Check out these hilarious Ghana Twitter reactions to Samini winning GIMPA SRC elections

Congratulations to Ghanaian dancehall legend Emmanuel Andrews ‘Samini’ who just became the 2022 Student Representative President for the Ghana Institute of Managament and Public Administration (GIMPA). A race well run and well won, indeed.

The “Obaa” hitmaker shared his victory and thanks via his Twitter page.

Samini polled 307 votes against his competitor, Theophilus Quartey, who gathered 212 votes. This makes Samini the official GIMPA SRC president-elect.

Samini announced his SRC presidential aspirations just after going public with his admission at GIMPA’s Business School. In a post he shared on social media, he encouraged anyone who wishes to return to school to do so as it is not too late.

“This post is to inspire whoever wants to go back to school that it’s NEVER too late to start from wherever you left off,” he wrote.

Social media has been awash with congratulatory messages for Samini’s victory. However, we’d like to center in on the wholesome yet funny Samini banter on Ghana Twitter that are sure to make you chuckle as hard as we did.

Here are some hilarious Ghana Twitter reactions to Samini winning GIMPA’s SRC Presidential Elections.

All in all, we are stoked to see the progressive changes Samini brings to GIMPA. Congratulations, absolute legend.





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