SONU 2016 elections have come to an end and we have the winners and losers: Babu Owino, Erick Janganya retain seat.
University of Nairobi (UON) students have voted in Babu Owino as SONU chair for another term in what has been one of the most competitive SONU elections in history. Mike Jacobs who was viewed by many as a threat to Babu Owino could not manage to make a win. Babu attained over 18 k votes beating Mike Jacobs by over 16k votes. Kariuki who came third could not attain 1k votes.
Geoffrey Mosiria who in the 2015 SONU elections competed with Babu Owino for sonu chair and lost managed to win the sports director position. Erick Janganya also retained his secretary general position.
Below are winners of the top SONU positions.
- Chair-Babu Owino
- Vice Chair-Angel Mbuthia
- Sec Gen-Erick Janganya
- Academics-Edith Nyambega
- Finance-Kate Kokumu
- Sports-Geoffrey Mosiria
- Org Sec-Apiyoh J-opiyoh
- Accommodation – Kamili Andrew
- Health and environment – Purity Mutinda
- Special needs – Akumu
Check our subsequent post for a comprehensive post with results of all other winners
This what they had to say
Geoffrey Mosiria (sports docket winner): “Comrades thanks for voting me as your sports and entertainment secretary. I will serve you equally without fear or favor. Comrades have spoken”
Irene Kendi (UON Alumni and former SONU student leader) : As a former student leader and a proud UON alumnus, I take this opportunity to congratulate all those who won various positions during the just ended Sonu elections. My simple advice to you is,always put the interests of comrades first, serve them diligently with passion and Your efforts won’t go unrewarded by God.””
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