"I Am Your Best Bet To Power-Up GJA" - Gayheart Mensah

The Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O.) of KomsKraft Consult, Gayheart Mensah, has revealed that he is the best bet to power-up the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA).

According to him, the GJA will transform when voted as its President.

Leading his campaign, Mr. Mensah said "I am a visionary leader and I am your best bet to power-up the GJA"

He added that with his vast experience as a Journalist, he believes that the Association will have a new face-lift and be the most envied in the country.

"I am your best net outside the past Executives. I am an Experienced Journalist"

Wuth a rich background in Journalists, it is emerging that Mr. Mensah is a pioneering member of the GTV Breakfast Show, who once hosted a current affairs programme on GTV called News conference.

He was also the author and presenter of a GTV Commentary Segment.

"The next phase of the GJA will require the association to 'Power Up' in all fields of endeavor in order to be more relevant to the practice of journalism, the journalist and to the development of Ghana"

"Power in my campaign slogan represents Professionalism, Organization, Welfare, Empowerment and Restoration/Respect for the journalism profession, whilst the UP, is a rallying call for the association to step up its game and take up its rightful place as the Fourth Estate of the Realm, not just in theory but in a very pragmatic way"

“We must introduce a higher sense of professionalism into the practice of this profession if we want to attract the required respect. We must organize ourselves better in order to deploy our unique profession in the service of Ghana. We must keep the welfare of our members upfront on our minds and build a suite of benefit that members can point to, and that will serve as an attraction to both current and potential members."

“We ought to explore ways of empowering our membership, particularly in the context of the emerging trends within the profession, and help build confidence and optimism for our members. Above all, it is imperative that we restore respect to our profession through our engagement as individuals and as an association.”

Haven served in the media industry for 33 years, Gayheart Mensah believes he stands tall among other contenders.

Thinknewsonline.com has gathered that Mr. Gayheart Mensah worked as Presidential Correspondent, Parliamentary Correspondent, Court Correspondent and Assistant to the Features Editor of the Daily Graphic.

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith