Mr Lloyd Evans, President of the Institute of Financial and Economic Journalists (IFEJ) has stepped down as the President of the group.
This is to enable him to campaign for the presidency of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA). The elections are scheduled to take place on Friday March 31.
According to Mr Evans the time has come to resuscitate the sinking image of the Association which is so dear to Ghanaian journalists.
He said he has the capacity and vision to lead the GJA to regain its past glory.
Meanwhile, Mr Rayborn Bulley Vice President of the Institute will take over as the President of IFEJ with effect from March 1.