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Breaking News: Chaos at the University of Ghana Campus as SRC elections results is yet to be declared.

The much awaited SRC election at the University of Ghana Campus has taken off today and the controversies surrounding this election is very disturbing.

Busyghana.com can confirm that, there is chaos all over the University of Ghana campus as a result of the declaration of the results. It is alleged that, the results are not the true reflection of the elections. According to our correspondents on campus, the fans of Mikdad Mohammed and Kafui Agboh are not only shocked but furious to hear how the results are turning out.

Meanwhile, fans of Davis Ohene Fobi and Michael Dugbatey are also in high hopes and are very expectant of victory. Some students are also of the view that the elections were based religious propaganda since Mikdad Mohammed is a Muslim and his contender, Davis Ohene Fobi, a Christian. While others are having these thoughts, others also think that the elections have been based on party basis.

As at now, the coalition is still ongoing and it is very unlikely the results will be declared tonight as some Common Wealth boys are already storming the campus in masquerades. According to them, their candidate and fellow “vandal” Mikdad Mohammed won by just 18% in Common Wealth. However, the University Campus is currently on fire.
Whichever way it turns out, your number one online Ghanaian news magazine, www.busyghana.com will bring you more updates.

Eugene Agyei Brown, Busyghana, Legon.

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