Randy Abbey’s Name Missing From Register Following GJA Elections
After a two-year wait, the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) is now electing national executives.
The International Press Center, where the GJA is based, as well as other specially chosen polling places in Accra and other areas of the nation, are the locations for the election.
About 80 registered delegates arrived at the Press Center to cast their ballots at 11:30 a.m.
But when he arrived at the Press Center to cast his ballot, veteran journalist Dr. Randy Abbey was unable to find his name in the register.
Dr. Abbey left the polling place feeling defeated after making vain attempts to find his name on the voter list.
The anchor of Metro TV’s Good Morning Ghana turned down a request from the media for a response before getting into his car and driving off.
However, some seasoned journalists, such as Francis Kokutse, Gabriel Bosomtwe, and Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako Jr., have successfully cast their votes.
At each center, voting is anticipated to end at 3 o’clock.
The president, secretary, organizational secretary, and public affairs officer are among the positions up for grabs.
Unopposed candidates are running for two additional spots.