Viral photos and videos circulating on social media platforms suggest that popular Ghanaian Dancehall artiste, Samini has been elected as the President of The Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration.
The "My Own" hitmaker who recently made notice of going into the SRC elections at GIMPA has finally emerged the winner and President elect. Samini won with a total of 307 votes while his opponent, Theophilus Quartey gathered 212 votes.
A video showing massive jubilation after the electoral victory has surfaced online. In the video, you can see Samini and some of his supporters showing their excitements. Many of his fans and followers have also congratulated him on his win.
Samini has a lady as his running mate. She is in the person of Mabel Mensah who is currently the Vice President elect of GIMPA. The two will be soon sworn in as the President and Vice President of Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration.
Check out the moment of jubilation. Click on the link below to watch the video;
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