The aggrieved members who want their identities withheld at this stage, threaten to initiate an impeachment process against him for his action. These aggrieved students are influential members of the association.
"We must impeach him when we get back. Yes! he must be impeached," one of the students said.
"How can you take a unilateral decision on behalf of over 10,000 graduate students of University of Ghana? If he doesn't know GRASAG was formed on Legon campus and as a president of one of the founding member institutions, you can't take such decision because you seek the interest of one person. I supported him [Ato Brown] in his election but I will support any action against him now," a student said angrily.
Another remarked: "If you don't want to be part of GRASAG, you must vacate our office. You cannot take such a hasty decision without including us."
Mr Ato Brown addressed the media at the 23rd GRASAG National Delegates Congress in Kumasi whiles voting was underway at the congress to elect new executives of GRASAG National to stir the affairs of the association for the 2017/2018 academic year.
In his address, Mr Ato Brown stated emphatically that University of Ghana disassociates itself from the illegalities [voting] on-going at the congress. He added that UG, together with other institutions whose leaders boycotted voting at congress will form a new union of graduate students.
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His actions follow disqualification of former GRASAG-UG president, Mr Nana Asafo-Adjei as a presidential candidate in this year's GRASAG National election.