Born in the capital city of Ghana, specifically Osu, Andrew Nii Adjei Khartey an indigene of Teshie had his basic education at the Corpus Christi School and proceeded to the Achimota School for his secondary education, where he learnt to use the three ‘Hs’, that is, the Head, Heart and Hands. Andrew was exposed to the basic rudiments of service and leadership when he had the opportunity to serve the school and students as Senior Prefect.

After successfully completing his senior secondary education, Andrew gained admission to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology where he acquired a Bachelor of Laws(LLB) degree. In 2014, he was admitted into the Ghana School of Law and was a member of the GIMPA Campus family, until he transferred to the Accra Main Campus in October, 2015 after his election to the office of President of the Students Representative Council.

An ardent Catholic, Andrew worships with the St Bakhita Catholic Church, Community 20, and is a fairly active member.

An  ‘amateur’ footballer, and an addict of Whatsapp, you are sure to catch me doing one of the two in my free time. Give me a plate of jollof, chicken and plaintain anytime, anywhere and you will surely be forever appreciated. I definitely cannot end without talking about my love for Chorale Music. James Varrick Armah and Newlove Annan top my list of composers.

As President of the SRC of this great institution I am guided and motivated by two basic principles of life: “Heavy lies the head that wears the crown”  and “Being a living water to a thirsty land.”