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“TIME FOR A SHARED VISION”—ALINAITWE JACKLYNE: ARU’S GUILD PRESIDENT ELECT.

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“TIME FOR A SHARED VISION”—ALINAITWE JACKLYNE: ARU’S GUILD PRESIDENT ELECT.

Jacklyne Alinaitwe emerged victorious in the 10th African Rural University (ARU) Guild Presidential Elections, securing 64% out of  the votes cast. The atmosphere at ARU Campus was charged with excitement this evening as the results were announced at 3 PM.

Expressing her gratitude, Ms. Alinaitwe commended the students and the electoral committee for conducting a transparent election. “First of all, I want to thank ARU students and the electoral committee for a free and fair election,” she said in her special address. “I will ensure the constitution of ARU is fully implemented and that the voice of students is well represented. My tenure will mark the end of lecturers signing attendance sheets without lecturing. Furthermore, I am committed to raising awareness of ARU and its unique education model through extensive community engagement.”

Ms. Alinaitwe emphasized her presidency would usher in a new era of unity, welfare, vibrant co-curricular activities, and robust community involvement. “I am dedicated to fostering a shared vision among us all,” she declared.

Atolo Rebecca Elected ARU Vice Guild President

In a parallel election, Atolo Rebecca secured 62%  of  votes cast to become the 10th African Rural University (ARU) Vice Guild President. The results, also announced at 3 PM on the ARU Campus, highlighted the trust and confidence students placed in her leadership.

“I extend my heartfelt gratitude to the students who entrusted me with their votes,” Rebecca expressed in her victory speech. “This vote of confidence is a continuation of my leadership journey, which began during my tenure as head girl in high school. I am thrilled to continue this journey at ARU with a visionary approach.”

Rebecca pledged to collaborate closely with the Guild President, the entire cabinet, and the university community to advance ARU’s mission. “I am committed to contributing meaningfully to the vision and mission of ARU,” she affirmed.

The elections of Jacklyne Alinaitwe and Atolo Rebecca signify a new chapter of leadership at ARU, promising a period of proactive engagement, innovation, and student empowerment. Their aspirations reflect a deep commitment to enhancing the university experience and strengthening ties within the ARU community.