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ECG Junior Staff Association Holds its 3rd National Divisional Conference.

The ECG Junior Staff Association has held its 2019 National Divisional general elections at the PUWU Village, Kasoa.

The divisional conference, held every 4 years, is to elect new Executives to steer the affairs of the Union.
 
Addressing the house, the General Secretary of PUWU, Mr. Adumata Nyantakyi, gave a word of advice and urged members to appreciate one another. He further acknowledged Management's support in building the PUWU Village.

The Union Chairman, Mr. Quaye Larbi also advised the Union to stand firm and remain focused, despite the wind of change blowing, and to position itself to impact positively on our Nation's development.

Iddi Baba Ali, the National Chairperson of PUWU, also touched on building good relationships and solidarity.

The Managing Director of the Company, Mr. Kwame Agyeman-Budu, who was the Special Guest for the occasion, remarked that the continuous operations of the PUWU gives him much joy because it signifies togetherness.

Mr. Agyeman-Budu said he is energized by the agenda of the programme which shows the tenacity of ECG staff to make things happen, adding that Staff welfare will continue to be a priority to him.
“If staff work hard, they will be rewarded accordingly." As an advocate of safety, he assured that the safety of staff will continue to be a top-most priority, and he will see to it that the necessary tools are provided for the safety of all staff.

The elections took place after the speeches and the newly elected executives are:  Samuel Agbeto - Chairman,Western; Nicholas Appiah - 1st Vice, Eastern; Magaret Marfo - 2nd Vice, Central; Seth K. Agyemfra - Secretary, Projects Office; Prosper Abosti - Asst. Secretary, Ashanti SBU; Frank Sawyer - 1st Trustee, Sub-T; Daniel Koney - 2nd Trustee, Accra East; and Alhasan Hameed - Youth Rep. Volta.
 


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