- Story By: Joe Obeng Yeboah -
A five member newly elected Executives of the CMC Ladies' Club have been sworn into office in Accra, for a three year tenure.
At the polls, Susie Sapani from the Accounts Department, Accra, garnered - 49 votes, to emerge the President.
Other contestants for the Presidential position were Gloria Boatema Andoh, from the Human Resource Department, Accra, gaining 37 votes,
with Josephine Esi Tawiah, also from the Human Resource Department, Accra, raking in 20 votes.
The Vice Presidential position was won by Theresa Asroh of the WPO Department, Tema, who stood unopposed and had 32 votes.
The Organiser position was overwhelmingly won by Vivian Gadri Avinu, Shipping Department, Accra, with 72 votes, whereas her
competitors,Sally Etornam Commodore of the Procurement Unit of the Accounts Department, Accra and Priscilla Dawson Ahmoah of the WPO
Department, Accra, polling 20 and 13 votes respectively.
At the treasury,Rachel Nkrumah from the Accounts Department, Accra, won with 47 votes, with Sabina Teye- Aryeh of the Shipping Department
gaining 37 votes and Sharon Anim Boateng of the Accounts Department, Accra, reaping 22 votes.
Rita Darko of the Procurement Unit of the Accounts Department, Accra, won the Secretary position, having garnered 62 votes, with her
competitors, Saliya Musah of the Marketing Department, gathering 37 votes and Gloria Nuamah from the Risk Management Department,Accra,
gaining 6 votes.
In her valedictory message, the outgoing President of the Club, Mrs.Esther Effah Sasu revealed that heading the Club comes with a lot
of responsibilities and implored the Executives to work in tandem with the rest of the ladies to improve upon the lot of the Club.
She promised that the old Executives will continue to offer pieces of advice to the new Executives, as and when it is required, adding that
"if you want to know the road ahead, ask those returning from that road".
The outgoing President was thankful to the Management of CMC for supporting the Club in the past.
On her part, the newly elected President, Susie Sapani expressed her thankfulness to all those who contributed in many and varied way in
making the pre,election and post election activities a peaceful one.
She promised to arrange quarterly meetings for all the ladies to bring on board their ideas to make the club a better one.
"I will operate an open door policy, where all shades of standpoints would be accepted and scrutinised for possible implementation to transform the club into a better one than it is today".