The Arts and Tourism Writers Association of Ghana has elected its new batch of leaders.
This round of elections was the first for the association. It took place at the car park of the Academic City in Accra.
The managing editor of the Daily Heritage, William Asiedu, went for the position of president unopposed and was confirmed.
Francis Doku beat Livingstone Lotsu to be vice president, while Mic Yamoah (Flex Newspaper) and Frank Kwabena Owusu (Hitz FM) went unopposed for the secretary and the treasurer positions respectively unopposed and won.
Mustapha Inusah beat Isaac Kwaku Kpogeh to be the organizer, while David Mawuli beat Vivian Abigail Oppong to be the research officer.
Citi fM’s Kwame Dadzie and peacefmonline.com’s Eugene Osarfo-Nkansah drew a tie for the public relations officer position. The date for the re-run will soon be announced.