GJA member secures injunction against swearing-in of the newly elected president

A member of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), Justice Lee Adoboe has filed an application for an injunction seeking to halt newly-elected GJA President, Albert Dwumfuor from being sworn in.

The aggrieved member in his suit said the allegation of bribery levelled against the newly elected GJA President should have been investigated prior to the polls.

The injunction was served to the officials of the GJA on Wednesday, a day before the swearing-in of the newly elected executives.

Speaking on the issue, GJA member said “We are going to lay our facts bare before the court – the reasons we want the elections to be annulled. The swearing-in has been injuncted by the High court and investigations are being conducted into the allegations for the public to be made aware of the findings, and then we move forward from there.”

By: Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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