Amidst shouting and isolated student-confrontations, students at the Njala University Bo Campus on Friday made another milestone in Students Union politicking in this country. The elections of the Electoral Commissioners, two successful and violence-free elections in a row saw Fatmata Finda Bockarie of BA Linguistics/Literature Education Year 3 emerging as the Chief Electoral Commissioner with a total of 562 votes cast as against 343 of Nancy Bockarie from the same class. The elections, which was conducted on the basis of the aspiring students having scored a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.80 and must have spent at least two years in the university, has made students union elections highly competitive and nearly leaves students to return to their old culture of violence. But this was an exception. The vigilant outgoing Chief Electoral Commissioner Patrick M Koroma of BA Linguistics/Literature Final Year, who stood all grounds to see the elections go on, told his companions that “it was another moment for students to come together to make another conducive atmosphere for the on-coming SU Presidential elections.” SLP Sergeant 330 Dumbuya reminded students of their constitutional responsibilities.