The Public Relations Officer of the Health Science Students’ Association (HESA), Bernard Kwasi Boampong AKA Possible has responded to concerns raised about restrictions imposed during the Association states of address.
According to him, the restrictions with regards to invitations was aimed at reducing the number of people attending the programme to enable strict adherence to the various covid protocols.
…“we made it strictly by invitation because we are not in normal times, hence ought to stick to the covid protocols”, he stated.
He added that regardless of the fact that the address was made strictly by invitation, steps were taken to get every class rep, various department associations presidents and Secretaries on board to contribute and afterwards disseminate the information discussed down to the grass-root level.
He further stated that there was massive media coverage of the event on various platforms to enable students follow every detail of the event at the comfort of their hostels. Traces of the proceedings can also be found on the platforms of various invited media houses.
About HESA State of Address #SOHA
The Fourth Senate of the Health Science Students’ Association (HESA) on Saturday, 3rd April 2021 had their maiden state of HESA address to brief students on the affairs of the association so far.
Led by the Speaker, Rt. Hon Isaac Adusei, the address saw a massive representation of various senators, who gave reports on activities undertaken so far in their respective associations.
H.E Joshua Obuobi Payin, president of HESA respectfully performed his constitutional mandate by presenting to the house the State of Affairs of the association.
Some dignitaries present at the event were the 12th Speaker of KNUST SRC Parliament, Rt. Hon. Christian Anderson, NUGS KNUST President, H.E Sabrina Ameyaw and President of Unity hall, DSK Acquaah.