The Guest speaker at program marking the 6th Installation ceremony of elected officials of River Cess University Students Union (RUSU), has described leadership as a group of prepared individuals that lead by legacy for the next generation to follow.
Ambassador S. Mixillanean Jeromes said leadership is not just about position, but legacy and how one is prepared to lead that would generate the necessary results for the betterment and sustainability of the institution, he/she leads.
Hon. Jerome once served as RUSU’s president and is now a HPD candidate, holds a Master in Public Sector Administration from the Cuttingtion Graduate School in Suakolo, Bong County, obtained a BSc degree from the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU), Monrovia, Montserrado County and he’s currently serving as Global Peace Ambassador at Global Peace Chain, and Global Education Ambassador at Center for Educational Sustainability.
The Global Peace Ambassador further, it has become philosophical and best practice after exulting institution’s mandate by its constitution that following exploration of a group of leaders, there should always be ushering another for the purposes of emigration and continuity which must be observed by all institutions at transitional occasions.
He cautioned the newly RUSU elected leadership to consider service to a position as a privilege and not a right and or not considering themselves as the most knowledgeable personalities of the time over their colleagues.
“Leaders should always bear in mind that they are working to seek the people they govern common interest in a specify period of a given time therefore, they have a distinct character to protect for the future and as such they have to lead right”
Ambassador Jeromes noted.”
RUSU 6th installation Guest Speaker quantities a good leadership mode as; integrity, innovation and responsible. He says integrity brings respect, trust and If one lacks that ability will amount to distrust and loss of confidence by his fellow colleagues and the public adding, innovation is where it appears no hope, leaders must create the enabling environment to attract aids and programs for the upkeep of the institution, and respect is earn when leaders do not divert into personal use what belongs all.
“The sum total of a man is the height of his mind, Center for Educational Sustainability, Global Educational Ambassador concludes.”
Delivering his inaugural speech, RUSU President, Mr. Joe Gueh asked his fellow students and the former administration of Timothy Bartee including those who contested and loss to him, work alone with his leadership in making the River Cess University Students Union a more vibrant and trustworthy institution amongst campus base students’ groupings across the country.
The RUSU President therefore cautioned his colleagues reframe from what he calls, ‘Eat false money, preach false message’.
He however asked the student body to desist from such attitudes and uphold the constitution of the union credibility and accountability in order to regain public trust and support from stockholders of Rive Cess and the country at large.
“We have not come to leadership to run two men show any longer or even squander the student’s school fees under the practice of, I can defend it. To regain this institution lost trust and integrity, we have to work collectiveness and sincerity, says President Gueh.”