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Albert Dwumfuor elected president of GJA

Dwumfour is promising to inject some vibrancy into the GJA by introducing periodic capacity building workshops for journalists

Albert Kwabena Dwumfour has been elected as the new president of the Ghana Journalist Association(GJA).

He polled 233 representing 41.91 percent to beat his opponents Gayheart Mensah who garnered 181 votes representing 32.55 percent whiles Dave Agbenu secured 142 votes representing 25.54 percent.

Dwumfour who is currently the head of corporate affairs at Tobinco Group of Companies, is promising to inject some vibrancy into the GJA by introducing periodic capacity building workshops for journalists.

He has therefore called on his opponent to join him transform the Ghana Journalist Association.

 

Below is the certified results of Friday’s (24 June) nationwide election.

Kofi Yeboah retained his position as general secretary by beating new entrant, Akwasi Agyemang of Adom FM with 348 votes against 208 votes.

New entrant Dominic Hlordzi of GTV beat Mary Mensah, long time crime reporter and current Foreign and Supplements Editor of the Daily Graphic in the Organising Secretary race by obtaining 300 votes as against that of Mary Mensah’s 255 votes.

Mary Mensah wanted to switch offices as Public Affairs Officer of the GJA which she had held for two terms. .

The position of Public Affairs Officer had two new entrants Rebecca Ekpe from the GBC and Caesar Abagali of the Ghana News Agency in the Wa office.

Rebecca Ekpe beat Caesar Abagali in the Public Affairs position.

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