A FAMOUS Labour Union and Public Workers Welfare Advocate, Frank Kwasi Yeboah, has filed his nomination to contest for the national president position of the Civil and Local Government Staff Association, Ghana (CLOGSAG).
The former Western Regional Chairman of CLOGSAG’s decision to lead the association comes after a clarion call for a change in direction of the association.
A statement issued by Kwasi Yeboah, fondly called ‘Nana Asempanaye Yeboah II’ reads “May I officially announce to our distinguished District, Regional and National Executives of the Association, as well as members that, I have today, Thursday (20th October, 2022), submitted my nomination form to the National Secretariat of the Civil and Local Government Staff Association, Ghana (CLOGSAG) in Accra, to contest for the position of the President in January, 2023 National Executives Elections”.
Meanwhile, a reliable source has told Press1News that Nana Asempanaye Yeboah II’s move to file for the position of president of the association has been graciously welcomed by the members of the association, who are yearning for better welfare policies.
Majority of the members believe that Nana Asempanaye Yeboah II has what it takes to lead the association to the Promised Land.
In a related development, the CLOGSAG, per their calendar, have proposed early January, 2023 for its Quadrennial National Conference in Cape Coast.
By Thomas Awuah