Ryan Strachan elected new G2K President

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Ryan Strachan elected new G2K President

Monday, November 18, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Stockbroker Ryan Strachan has been elected as president of the young professional affiliate of the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP), Generation 2000 (G2K).

G2K, in a statement today, said Strachan was elected at the organisation's annual general meeting yesterday.

Outgoing President, Stephen Edwards had previously indicated that after three years as president of the organisation, he would not seek re-election.

Strachan was elected by the Central Executive Committee of G2K. He had previously served the organisation as policy committee chairman and vice president.

“I am grateful to past President Edwards for his support and guidance along my political journey. The tremendous work and sacrifice that all alumni of G2K have given, has paved the way for me to serve. I am therefore fully cognisant of the enormous responsibility that I am now assuming and look forward to the working with everyone in building the new Jamaica,” Strachan was quoted as saying during his acceptance address.

The statement said he also thanked the members of Generation 2000 and the Jamaica Labour Party for their trust and support.

The organisation said it will now focus its efforts towards the JLP's Annual Conference.

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