Just in: UPSA SRC President Suspended Over Questionable Transactions

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Photo: UPSA SRC President Peter Zuma. Source: upsanewsroom.com

The SRC president of the University of Professional Studies, Accra has been suspended over some questionable transactions, UPSANEWSROOM.com has reported.

Peter MwinZumah was suspended by the SRC General Assembly on Monday after he failed to show up at a meeting to respond to some questions about the alleged misuse of student funds.

The suspended SRC president was cited alongside some other officers of the student council for various financial infractions in an audit report released early this February 2020.

In the said Independent Audit Report, Mr MwinZumah was said to have spent a whopping GH¢25,000 on project work training seminar for final year students in the first semester of the 2019/2020 academic year.

He is also on record to have spent over GH¢28,677 on the purchase of stationery materials and office equipment last year.

The General Assembly has made several attempts in the past to summon the suspended SRC president to react to the content of the report but it has not been successful.

At an emergency on February 24, 2020, a motion was moved to suspend Mr MwinZumah over his evasive attitude and disrespect towards the General Assembly and this was ably seconded by Nathaniel Addo Jill Junior, the SRC Vice-president.

The decision to suspend Mr MwinZumah was taken in his absence, UPSANEWSROOM.com’s Eugene Akpatsa has reported.

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