Ghanaian student making waves in Bangor University

Bangor University has dully vetted and passed the first ever African and a Ghanaian student to contest to for a position.

Emmanuel Asante, a Ghanaian Student of the Bangor University has been duly vetted and passed to contest for the Position of University Department in Bangor (UNDEB) Vice President.

A university of about 20,000 students population has seen a Ghanaian contesting for leadership position of Sabbatical Officer Vice President Societies and Volunteering.

UNDEB is a Union of Students in Bagor university what is well known in the Ghanaian Universities as Student’s Representative Council (SRC) in the up coming elections of the University which comes off by the end of February, 2020.

According to records, he is the first Ghanaian and a black international student to contest for the position in the history of the University.

Mr. Asante will be battling it out with other seven (7) aspirants.


He is a student leader who has taking on the responsibility of spreading knowledge through inspiration, mentoring, campaigns including others.

He strives to change the world by starting with his own community.