The newly elected executives of CLOSAG at Atwima Nwiabiagya being sworn into office
New executives of the Civil and Local Government Staff Association Ghana (CLOGSAG) in the Atwima Nwabiagya District of Ashanti region have been elected into office.
The voting took place at the Assembly Hall at Nkawie under the supervision of the Electoral Commission (EC).
The elected executives would manage the affairs of the association for the next four years.
At the end of voting on Wednesday, Frank Gyasi polled 72 votes to beat his only contender, Kaleem Abdallah Adam, who garnered 30 in the chairmanship race.
Thomas Awuah Asem, who was elected secretary, garnered 75 votes to defeat Ibrahim Salifu, who secured 18 votes.
Nobody contested the incumbent organizer, Charlotte Appiah.
Mr. Paul Mensah, with 63 votes, was elected the Savings and Loans Co-ordinator after beating Carlito D. Airkins Mawulorm, who had 19 votes and Francis Kwadjo Asempah, 18 votes.
The poll was organized in a free and fair manner.
The regional executives of Organized Labour and other top dignitaries were in attendance.
The District Chief Executives (DCE) for Atwima Nwabiagya, Nana Asare Bediak swore the newly-elected executives into office.
He urged them to work diligently to uplift the image of CLOGSAG in the district, adding that that was the only way to justify the confidence reposed in them by members of the association.
Mr. Gyasi, on behalf of the new executives, promised to work hard to enhance the well-being of members of the group in the district.
FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi
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