Graduating Senior Students of the Cuttington University Graduate School and Professional Studies (CUSGPS) based in Monrovia will on today, Saturday, May 24, 2014 go to the polls to elect their leaders for the 2014 school year. The presidential candidates who have until the next graduation to be a part of the institution made several campaign promises during the debate held in the Library of the school on Friday, May 23, 2014.
Presidential candidate Mrs. Zondettan P. J. Kruah presented four count platforms on behalf of her supporters and campaign team dubbed TEAM KRUAH. She told voters present at the debate that if elected, her team will ensure quality leadership, the implementation of developmental projects and programs, unity and job networking strategies beyond the walls of Cuttington, and constructive advocacy on behalf of students for the duration of her time on campus. With less than two remaining for the academic year to end, opponents questioned how TEAM KRUAH will accomplish their campaign promise. “As managerial strategists, we will work within the time allotted to for the task of imparting the lives of students on this campus positively,”she emphasized.
Similarly, candidates Jonny P. Kaleewoun, II and Cosme R. Pulano, Jr pledged their commitment to seeking the welfare of the students of CUSGPS by engaging the administration on issues that affect the learning environment including instructors-students relationship.
Campaigning activities on the campus made it difficult to tell who is leading in the presidential race, but observers put Mrs. Kruah ahead of the two contending male candidates.