The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Youth Employment Agency, Justin Kodua Frimpong, is likely to contest John Boadu for the position of General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the forthcoming national executive elections.This is according to information gathered from discussions on some social media platforms.
The platforms made up of die-hard NPP supports at the grassroot level believes at this point in time where the party is determined to break-the-8 at all cause in the next general elections in 2024, someone with an enterpreneural mindset youth development at heart is needed to head the administrative front; and that is where Lawyer Justin Kodua's comes in.
According to the youth, they are rooting for Justin Kodua Frimpong to contest the General Secretary position of the party due to his dedication to the empowerment and support of the youth base of the party into profitable ventures in the country. They are of the view that there is a complete disconnect with the current leadership of the party and the youth at the grassroot level and this needs to change.
In an interview, a youth organizer from one of the constituencies in the Ashanti Region, he told Ghananewsonline.com.gh on the bases of anonymity, that "our current leaders don't have any plan for the youth, we need someone with the track record of supporting the vulnerable youth of the party and that person can only be Justin Kodua because he has helped many of the party youths in various regions of the country" he noted.
The youth are therefore calling on all the wings of the party to rally behind the astute layer to become the next General Secretary of the great elephant party so they can break-the-eight and remain in power 2024.
WHO IS JUSTIN KODUA
Justin Kodua Frimpong is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Youth Employment Agency (YEA). He is a lawyer by profession
He also holds a Certificate in Financial Management from the Institute of Commercial Management, Bournemouth, United Kingdom.
Though young, he has diverse working experience both in abroad and Ghana.
Until his appointment by the government in February 2017 as the CEO of the Youth Employment Agency, he practised his law profession with Adomako Kwakye Law Consult where he teamed up with the Senior Partner to handle numerous cases from corporate litigation, arbitration to land matters.
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