New GJA Executives Sworn-In Despite Court Injunction
The National Executives of the Ghana Journalists Association have been sworn in despite a court injunction secured by a journalist.
The newly sworn-in GJA President who was the former National Organizer, Albert Dwumfour says his administration will work to improve salaries of Journalists and review the welfare scheme for Journalists in the country.
He also pledged to protect the press from abuse from external forces.
“I wish to declare that today marks the dawn of a new era in the life of the GJA, My administration will help to lift the image of our dear association,” he stated.
The other newly sworn-in executives include Mrs Linda Asante-Adjei Vice President; Kofi Yeboah General Secretary; Dominic Hlordzi, Organising Secretary; Rebecca Ekpe, Public Affairs Officer and Mrs Audrey Dekalu, Treasurer.
The executive were sworn into office by Justice George Koomson, a judge of an Appeal Court Justice.