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Ghanaian Society

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An exciting opportunity for those of Ghanaian descent, and non-Ghanaians to engage, interact, and get educated in Ghanaian culture, tradition, food, music and more.

As well as, explore the various means we can extend our good-will onto those back in Ghana.

Membership Information

These are the current membership plans offered by Ghanaian Society, although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.

  • Year Membership (£3)
    This membership fee contributes to the running of the society and it ensures that members get a discount when paying for internal events.
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This Years Committee

All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Ghanaian Society this year are:

  • Maranatha Baiden
    Events Secretary
  • Adwoa Karikari-Brobbey
    Media Representative
  • Nana-Nyarko Osei-Bonsu
  • Priscilla Gambrah
    Publicity Officer
  • Joshua Cornelius
    Publicity Officer
  • Kezia Akwaboa
  • Davina Adu
    Social Secretary
  • Kairaluchi Iloanya
  • Amy Afriyie
  • Kezia Akwaboa
  • Gloria Shaza
    Vice President
  • Kairaluchi Iloanya
    Welfare Officer

Contact Ghanaian Society

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