The president of the Students’ Representative Council of the University of Energy and Natural Resources, Mr Amankonah D. Kingsford, has announced of the plans put forth for the launch of the tenth anniversary of the school.
On a flyer sighted by Masemtvgh.com, the historical launch of this program is scheduled on February 24, 2022 at the auditorium of the main campus of the University in Sunyani at 10:00 in the morning.
The new administration of the Amankonah/Adams – the Originals led SRC, which took office in a couple of weeks ago, has indicated of its commitment to ensure that students continue to have a better learning environment on campus.
According to the SRC president, programs and policies, that were promised during the electioneering campaigns will be delivered as the necessary processes and steps are being taking for their implementation.
Mr Amankonah D. Kingsford revealed that one of the first imminent issues of concern to students was the consistent difficulty with internet accessibility and that has been resolved by his administration in collaboration with the IT Department and the internet providers.
The SRC president also stated that his administration will ensure a transparent governance in accounting to the student populace through out his tenure. Mr Amankonah D. Kingsford assured the entire students of giving a weekly update of all activities of the student council through the various social media platforms to inform and engage the students on all relevant matters of students’ interest both on campus and off campus.
The University of Energy and Natural Resources, which is located in Sunyani, the Regional capital of the Bono Region was established by the then President of Ghana, HE John Evans Atta Mills by an Act of Parliament, Act 830, 2011 on December 31, 2011.
The university became the first public funded national institution which seeks to provide leadership and management of energy and natural resources with its female founding Vice Chancellor, Prof Mrs Esi Awuah with Prof Daniel Obeng-Ofori as the Pro Vice Chancellor.
The school, which admitted its first batch of students in September 2012, enrolled one hundered and fifty four (154) students into two main bachelor programs: Renewable Energy Engineering and Natural Resources.