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Baba Sadiq launches campaign to contest NDC primaries at Okaikoi Central

Media and entertainment entrepreneur Baba Sadiq Abdulai Abu , 37, has launched his political campaign. The former CEO of 3Media Network will contest the NDC Okaikoi Central parliamentary seat in the upcoming elections.

In his speech, He began by thanking the crowd for their support and introducing himself as a local resident who had grown up in the community.

Baba Sadiq

He talked about his upbringing and how it had instilled in him a strong sense of
responsibility towards his community. Baba Sadiq Abdulai Abu went on to discuss his vision for the community and what he hoped to achieve if elected.

Baba Sadiq

He spoke passionately about his commitment to improving healthcare, education, and employment opportunities for the people in his constituency. He wrapped up his speech by encouraging the crowd to join him in his campaign, to spread the word about his vision. And also to support him as he works towards a better
future for their community.

Baba Sadiq

After the speech, the affable young man mingled with the crowd. He interacted, shook hands and had a hearty chat with the
people who had come to support him. His launch was a success, and he left the venue feeling energised and motivated to continue his campaign.

The likes of Hon. Sam George,  James Agyenim Boateng and several other bigwigs from the NDC came to support him.

Baba Sadiq resigns as CEO of 3Media Network for Politics

A couple of months ago, the entertainment entrepreneur release a post to notify his exit from 3Music Network .

He wrote… “In the last five years since 3 Music Network was established, I have been at the helm of affairs as the founder and CEO. Stepping down as the CEO doesn’t mean I’m not the founder. I resigned because I need to move on to other things.

“I have this principle that I need to make an impact wherever I find myself and I believe that I have made a great impact at 3 Music Network. I’m still with the company but not in managerial role and there’s nothing wrong with that.

“The fact that you are a founder doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be part of management or have managerial roles,” Baba Sadiq said.

Source: sammykaymedia.com

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