Under the theme “Uniting NUGS with one voice, a prerequisite for progress and restoration of confidence in student leadership”, the ceremony assembled civil society, political actors, the clergy and students to commemorate the unification of the hitherto factions that existed in the student front.
“Despite the many militating factors that heckle your steps, you have remained consistent nonetheless. The aspect of how you industriously spread your tentacles beyond your ingenious jurisdiction serves a great deal of motivation to all young people in this country, including students. By your deeds, have been passionately electrified to deploy subtle, yet effective mechanisms to also combat the canker that confronts society,” a citation presented to Anas read in part.
Anas has expressed gratitude to NUGS for the honour. This comes after the trained lawyer was in November, honored at the maiden Ghana NiBs Innovations Awards, for his outstanding contribution to the economy of Ghana. The Ghana Journalist Association three days after also awarded Anas at the 70th anniversary (GJA) Awards under the patronage of Dr Bawumia, Vice President of Ghana, for his outstanding contribution to the development of journalism in Ghana and beyond.
This brings to the number, four awards in the last few weeks.
“I wish all a merry Christmas, and a happy New Year. 2020 is an election year. Let us all ensure a peaceful and trouble free election. As we keep fighting for transparency in our democracy,” Anas said.
Source: Daily Mail GH