In the last episode, Haruma Yamazaki finally allowed Yamada-kun to continue his plan because he wanted to know why he became the student council president. Nevertheless, after the wish was granted, the reason why he became the president is still not clear to me - did I miss anything, or is the reason still unrevealed at this point?

  • Most probably, the reason was revealed to him, and he decided not to share. – Quill Jul 16 '15 at 5:48
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    My understanding is that he became student council president to protect the Supernatural Club from being disbanded. Unfortunately, the side effect of getting his wish granted was losing his memory of having been in the club, somewhat defeating the purpose. – ConMan Jul 16 '15 at 23:56
  • @ConMan That's a nice conclusion however, i needed proofs that's why i posted this. Thanks anyway. – name me Jul 20 '15 at 6:09

Heads up. Spoiler from the manga.

Haruma Yamazaki became the president of the student council to save the Supernatural Studies Club from being abolished. Because only he and Leona Miyamura are the members of the club.

Source: Chapter 84

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  • Okay, i'll take note of that. Thank you! @Dimitrimx – jgmdv Jun 23 '16 at 12:41
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    This sounds exactly like @Coman 's theory, it is therefore correct. – name me Jun 24 '16 at 9:22

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