I still remain SRC President of Ghana School of Law; my interdiction unlawful – Kutor
The embattled president of the Students Representative Council (SRC) of the Ghana School of Law, Wonder Victor Kutor, has described laughable and unlawful, claims of his interdiction by the Executive council of the SRC.
This follows allegations that the Mr Kutor had engaged in alleged financial impropriety by among others buying a car for the SRC from his company, and another one for his personal use under questionable circumstances.
He was also accused of running an SRC-owned Mobile Money business with his company name and diverting proceeds from the business for his personal use.
Subsequently, the Executive Council of the SRC queried the president but said they were not convinced with his answers and constituted a committee to investigate the allegations which led to his interdiction over allegations of financial malfeasance.
Ghana School of Law SRC President interdicted over allegations of financial impropriety
Following the interdiction, the Vice President of the Greenhill campus, Yoofi Impraim, has been appointed as acting President pending the final determination of the matter.
But speaking to Accra-based Class FM on Tuesday, April 19, 2022, Mr Kutor said he will continue to carry himself as President of the council since his interdiction is not only unlawful but also laughable.
“Management has released a notice that there are interested in the matter, as I talk there are no adverse findings and you say because there’s an allegation against the SRC president [he has been interdicted].”
“Once I was in the US, they issued a notice that I should step aside, yesterday they released another notice that I have been interdicted, SRC goes beyond issuing notices. I was elected by the entire student body, I was properly sworn in, the procedure for removing the SRC president is in the constitution, it’s only the court and even that it has to be on stated grounds, it is unfortunate we’ve gotten to this level…”