The elections for the Student Council will be held between 29 May and 1 June. Three parties – VeSte, S&I and CSF – will be trying to get your votes. This week, Resource will let one candidate of each party speak to explain why voters should choose them. They will be given 30 seconds to present themselves. Today, it is the turn of a CSF Wageningen candidate.
logo: CSF Wageningen
The 24-year-old Cito Gilbert Kawenge is following the Management, Economics and Consumer Studies master’s programme in Wageningen, just like S&I’s Amit Choudhary. Kawenge is also a member of the United Community of African Students (UCAS). He is third on the Christian Student Fraction Wageningen list.
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The new Resource will be available from Thursday. It will contain a full list of all candidates you can vote for.