Supporters of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) national organizing secretary, Albert Kwabena Dwumfour, are rallying to have delegates vote for them in the upcoming presidential race.
In a statement, the group highlighted the good qualities of their candidate which gave reasons why delegates should vote in favor of Mr Dwumfour.
According to campaign team member Isaac Nuamah-Yeboah, the young competitor is dynamic, affable, humble and adaptable.
It is, according to Mr. Nuamah-Yeboah, among many qualities, what the Association currently needs to move forward and contribute enormously to the development of the country.
“Although relatively young, Albert Dwumfour has personally achieved such economic prosperity in the private sector with an impeccable track record of establishing the Atinka Media Village, which has become a force to be reckoned with in the Ghanaian media landscape,” employing hundreds of Ghanaians and winning awards from credible organizations for compelling TV content like Di Asa and Kronkron.
“The contribution of the three aspirants to the development, sustenance and growth of the GJA cannot be ignored, but in terms of the personality that has touched lives within the Association, Albert Kwabena Dwumfour stands out,” a- he declared.
The campaign member further described Mr. Dwumfour as the backbone of current national leaders after displaying genuine leadership qualities, practically manifested during his tenure.
He added that Mr. Dwumfour’s humility, generosity and a wider network also create opportunities for members who intend to grow and remain professional in their role as media practitioners.
“Your vote for Albert Kwabena Dwumour will only be the start of the transformation of the GJA,” he said.
The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) will go to the polls although the exact date has not been announced by the electoral commission.
Following the submission of candidatures two weeks ago, many aspirants expressed their interest in running for various positions, including the presidency.
Three people, including Mr Dwumfuor, have declared their intention and determination to succeed Affail Monney, the outgoing president whose term expired in November last year.
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