In an interview with Amansan TV’s Adwoa Agyekumwaa, the SRC President, Mr. Joshua Dogbe said a lot of activities are scheduled to take place in 2015. Touching on the SRC Skills Center, he noted that even though they are in a grammarian system of education, there is a need for vocational skills such as hair dressing, soap making, decoration and many more because some of the students will end up surviving on those skills despite their degrees.
He added that the center will partner with professionals who will come to campus regularly to impart knowledge into students. The President also spoke on other issues including entertainment, toll booth, and school fees.
Also addressing issues in their sectors were the GRASAG President (Mr. Reginald Arthur), the speaker of GA (Mr.Seth Boahene) and the disciplinary committee chairman(Mr. Prince Amoah).