NATIONAL STUDENTS AWARDS PROVISIONAL LIST OF NOMINEES FOR THE STUDENT HALL OF FAME

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Publish Date : 2021-04-05


NATIONAL STUDENTS AWARDS PROVISIONAL LIST OF NOMINEES FOR THE STUDENT HALL OF FAME

NATIONAL STUDENTS' AWARDS PROVISIONAL LIST OF NOMINEES FOR THE STUDENT HALL OF FAME
After a rigorous selection process, the under-listed are the provisional nominees for the 2018 National Students’ Awards.

The National Students’ Alliance, the organisers of the National Students’ Awards is happy to bring to the notice of all and sundry that, after a rigorous selection process, the underlisted are the provisional nominees for the 2018 National Students’ Awards.

 

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We wish to use this opportunity to invite those who have commendations for nominees as well as tangible reasons why any student should not be awarded; to send your commendations and grievances to [email protected]

 

The final list of nominees shall be subject to voting soon at www.cliqafriq.com we encourage all students to take advantage to vote for your favourite nominee when the time is due. Note that Voting will be absolutely free and will be on a one man one vote basis.

 

Finally, the Alliance wish to express our sincere appreciation to the twenty-three (23)-man Executive Council which saw to the shortlisting, screening and interviewing of nominees. Your hard-work and sleepless nights are very much appreciated.  

 

Below is the list of provisional nominees:

 

1. STUDENT PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR

Queensley Christabel Derby (Kings University College)
Sandra Agoli Iddrisu (Bolgatanga Polytechnic)
Lewu Sandra Teiko (Koforidua Technical University)
Reindorf Amankwa (UDS)
Awotunde Awosika (UCC)
Richard Nelson Larbi (SN Media Learning Institute)
Yiadom Boakye Emmanuel (KNUST)
Asante Maxwell (KNUST)
 

2. MOST INNOVATIVE STUDENT IN IT

Apeti Roger (KNUST)
Agbitor David (Akatsi College of Education)
Ahmad Bashir (KNUTSFORD University College)
Charles Nana Kofi Frimpong Charles (Garden City University College)
 

3. SHOWBIZ PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR

Queensley Christabel Derby (Kings University College)
David Atuahene (KNUST)
Daniel Nettey (University of Ghana)
Bayuoni Dramani Maazu (University of Ghana)
Richard Nelson Larbi (S.N. Media Learning Institute)
Kwadzo Ninetyx  (Elite Multimedia School)
 

4. PRESIDENT OF THE YEAR

Kada Faisel (NAFTI)
Batiah Semi-Ulah Santi (Lawra NTC)
Albert Kessie Oppong (KNUST)
Shaibu Dawud (Ghana Baptist University College)
Emmanuel Owusu (UEW)
Jonas Owsas Adarkwah (UMaT)
 

5. PREFECT OF THE YEAR

Sarah Emefa Kudzordzi (Ngleshie Amanfro S.H.S)
Quainoo Raphael Junior (Asanteman SHS)
William Dokyi (Presec Osu)
 

6. COLLEGE LEADER OF THE YEAR

Batiah Semi-Ulah Santi (Lawra NTC)
Akakpo Christian (Akatsi College of Education)
Aboagye Okyere Darko Emmanuel (Wesley College of Education)
Adwoa Asomaniwaa Boateng (Presby-College of Education)
 

7. SECRETARY OF THE YEAR

Lewu Sandra Teiko (Koforidua Technical University)
Deladem Woyi (Lawra NTC)
Adwoa Asomaniwaa Boateng (Presby College of Educ. Akropong)
Kwame Adu Collins (UCC)
Kwesi Yamoah Abaidoo (KNUST)
 

8. STUDENT GENDER MINISTER OF THE YEAR

Saadatu Lawal Garbey ((University of Ghana)
Sandra Agoli Iddrisu (Bolgatanga Polytechnic)
Ida Stephany Hagan-Cherry (UEW-K)
 

9. STUDENT FINANCE MINISTER OF THE YEAR

Benedicta Nana Yaa Agyapong (KNUST)
Addai Desmond Ofori (UEW-K)
Besam Philemon Bekyaatuur (Accra Institute of Technology)
 

10. STUDENT ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR

Jasmine Adjei (KNUST)
Andy Kobena Hutchful (UDS)
Mercy Yaa Boatemaa Appiah (Wisconsin International University College)
Anthony Ofori Nyarko (UCC)
Agyemang Frimpong Samuel (UCC)
Nana Kofi Frimpong Charles (Garden City University College)
Antwi Timothy (Accra Institute of Technology)
 

11. STUDENT JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR

Listowell Acquaye (AUCC)
Legit Emmanuel (GIJ)
Robert Kumi Adu-Gyamfi (KNUST)
 

12. AUTHOR OF THE YEAR

George Sarpong (KNUST)
Joshua Naabu (UDS)
 

13. HALL OF THE YEAR

Adehye Hall (UCC)
University Hall Katanga (KNUST)
Mensah Sarbah Hall (UG)
Casford Hall (UCC)
 

14. CAMPUS GROUP OF THE YEAR

Child in Need Foundation (Garden City University)
UCC House of Parliament
GRASAG UEW (UEW)
 

15. BLOGGER OF THE YEAR

Reindorf Amankwah (UDS)
Abdul Raheem Awaafo (KNUST)
Ellis Ferdinand (UCC)
 

16. ACTIVIST OF THE YEAR

Gabson - Gakpo Ebenezer (Jayee University College)
Asante Maxwell (KNUST)
Sarpong George (KNUST)
Hakeem Enyan Stece (Pantang NTC)
Reindorf Amankwa (UDS)
David Antwi Boasiako (Garden City University College)
Batiah Semi-Ulah Santi (Lawra NTC)
Christian Adarkwa Nelson (NAFTI)
Oscar Kofi Agbo (VVU)
Listowell Acquaye (AUCC)
Isaac Amoh (KNUST)
 

17. ASSOCIATION/UNION OF THE YEAR

Ghana Nurse-Midwife Trainees Association (GNMTA)
University Students Association of Ghana (USAG)
Graduate Students Association of Ghana (GRASAG)
Private University Students Association of Ghana (PUSAG)
Regional Students Representative Council (RSRC)
Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG)
Ghana National Union of Technical Students (GNUTS)
 

18. CHIEF JUSTICE/STUDENT LAWYER OF THE YEAR

Oscar Kofi Agbo (VVU)
Courage Kwasi Nobi (UPSA)
 

19. SPEAKER OF STUDENT PARLIAMENT FOR THE YEAR

Osei-Fosu Kizito Kwabena (KNUST)
Awotunde Awosika (UCC)
 

20. CAMPUS RADIO STATION OF THE YEAR

Focus FM (KNUST
Radio GIJ (GIJ)
Radio Univers (UG)
Mynd FM UEWK
Ultimnate FM UDS Wa
ATL FM (UCC)
 

 
 AVOID FAKE DP DV PLATES
Inasmuch as there are credible sources to obtain a DP or DV plate, there are also fictitious characters who may sell fake plates to unsuspecting people, sometimes including a fake insurance cover. Buyers should therefore be sure to obtain DV plates only from credible sources to avoid being found in the firm grips of the law.

CONCLUSION
The DP and DV plates are a quintessential stopgap measure between when a vehicle is brought into the country and when it is sold or registered. It is not a plate for thieves and robbers, neither is it a plate for fraudsters; it is a plate for responsible well-meaning people to conduct serious business. It is the hope of the writer that even as the Ghana Police Service educate its officers on how to attend to people using the DP and DV plates, users should also strive to abide by the rules and regulations which govern the use of the plates, for the avoidance of confrontations.

Disclaimer: The writer of this article is neither a police officer nor a lawyer and as such, my interpretation and or presentation of the law should not be taken hook-line-and-sinker without further studies. Again, I do not write this article for or on behalf of any organisation. The opinions expressed here are personal, emanating from critical observation and learning.

This is very important and must be respected by all users of DP and DV plates because section 50(b) of Act 683 says that a person who holds a trade licence and uses a motor vehicle on a road for a purpose other than a purpose which has been prescribed by the regulations commits an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a fine of not less than 500 penalty units and not exceeding 1000 penalty units or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 3 years or to both. A penalty unit is GHS 12.00 and so it implies that the penalty ranges from GHS6,000.00 to GHS12,000.00.


NUMBER OF PERSONS TO USE A TRADE PLATE
The limit to which a DV number plate can take is the number of passengers which the vehicle has been insured to take. So for instance, if it is a saloon car, then it can take a maximum of 5 passengers. However, because it is a trade plate, everybody in the vehicle must have a role being played in the sale of the vehicle.

For instance, if the owner of the vehicle has booked in the log book that he is going to meet a buyer for the car, but he cannot drive so he allows his friend who is a licensed driver to drive the car, (note that a person who does not have a valid driver license cannot drive a vehicle with DV or DP plate on it); then upon meeting the prospective buyer, he also comes with his mechanic and auto sprayer to evaluate the vehicle, even though there are five people in the car, because they all have specific roles in the sale of the vehicle, they have not offended. So contrary to the myth that only two people can use a vehicle with DP or DV number plate, the law does not necessarily support that assertion.

WRONGFUL USE OF THE PLATE
Unlike in the case where the car is being sold, the DP or DV number plate should not be used for commercial purposes, should not be used to convey people to or from parties and funerals, and should not be used to pick any person either than one who has a specific role to play in an ongoing sale transaction. Anyone seen using the plate in such a manner breaks the law, and may be found in the jaws of the law.

USING DP OR DV PLATE AT NIGHT
Even though the law does not restrict the time period for which a DP or DV plate may be used, unfortunately, sometimes officers of the law may stop a DP or DV vehicle in the night for several reasons not necessarily because of the plate. Users are therefore adviced to corporate with officers in this regard.

ADVICE TO GARAGES AND PLATE DEALERS
Even though it may not be a requirement for the acquisition of plates, it is highly recommended that garages that issue DV plates to their customers as well as dealers of the DV plate should endeavour to keep records of every individual to whom they issue a plate to. This is because, should there be any investigation for which the plate involved is in, the dealer will be required to produce the last person the plate was given to, and failure to do so may meet the displeasure of the law.


AVOID FAKE DP DV PLATES
Inasmuch as there are credible sources to obtain a DP or DV plate, there are also fictitious characters who may sell fake plates to unsuspecting people, sometimes including a fake insurance cover. Buyers should therefore be sure to obtain DV plates only from credible sources to avoid being found in the firm grips of the law.

CONCLUSION
The DP and DV plates are a quintessential stopgap measure between when a vehicle is brought into the country and when it is sold or registered. It is not a plate for thieves and robbers, neithe



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