Student Elections 2020: Candidate Announcement

Nominations have closed and we can now announce the candidates for this year's RGU Student Elections.

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Nominations have closed and we can now announce the candidates for this year's RGU Student Elections.

Candidate profile videos and full manifestos are currently being added to our Elections Webpages, and don't forget that you can cast your votes between Monday 23rd and Friday 27th March at

Hear directly from the candidates and take the opportunity to ask questions about their aims for the year ahead, tune in to our Question Time event which will be available across Union social media channels and on this website, Monday 23rd March at 12pm.

All RGU students are encouraged to watch to hear from their future team of Student Presidents and Vice Presidents!

President (Communication & Democracy)

Raheem Lawal
Ross Leven
Nathan McNaughton
Ursula Ojiji
Lauren Taylor
Stanley Ukonu
Maaz Vohra
Re-open Nominations

President (Education & Welfare)

Emmanuel Akerele
Jade Robertson
Re-open Nominations

President (Sport & Physical Activity)

James Bishop
Bart Grabski
Jordan Moore
Re-open Nominations

Vice President (Education)

Samuel Adebiyi
Re-open Nominations

Vice President (Societies)

Lemuelle Assuncao
Re-open Nominations

Vice President (Sport)

Cian Gullen
Re-open Nominations

Postgraduate Governor

Racheal Folake Adedokun
Raheem Lawal
Chantay Pinas
Stanley Ukonu
Re-open Nominations

Undergraduate Governor

Ross Leven
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