GJA starts its rebranding initiative. In two separate meetings this week in Accra, he delivered the remarks to representatives of the Ashanti Foam Factory Limited (Ashfoam) and the Church of Pentecost.
A six-person delegation from the Church of Pentecost, led by its chairman, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, paid a courtesy call on the executive, and Ashfoam also had a courtesy call from the national executive.
The Vice President, Linda Asante-Agyei, the General Secretary, Edmund Kofi Yeboah, the Organising Secretary, Dominic Hlordzi, the Treasurer, Audrey Dekalu, and the Public Relations Officer, Rebecca Ekpe, were all present on behalf of the GJA.
On behalf of his company, Nana Yaw Ampem-Darko Antwi, Marketing and Communications Manager of ASHFOAM Ghana Limited, welcomed the GJA delegation.
Projects of GJA
The association would establish a media support fund to increase media freedom, Mr. Dwumfour said in explaining the numerous activities under the “legacy regime” as part of a revitalized drive.
He declares that the association will address physical attacks on journalists head-on by pursuing legal action against. Those who violated their freedom to practice. In addition to publishing press releases when journalists were attacked.
In order to assure professionalism and prevent sensationalism. However, the group would host workshops on sensitization and training.
The GJA would also fund journalists to attend college in order to advance their careers.
In addition, Mr. Dwumfour said that the association wanted to give the secretariat a new face by rebranding it. He urged the two institutions to assist the association in this endeavor.
Apostle Nyamekye emphasized the church’s willingness to help the organization for the national good.
He claimed that as part of a campaign to draw inmates closer to God. The church was constructing additional jails to assist in clearing out the nation’s jails.
Prisoners are our clientele, and he asserted that by constructing prisons. No one is being incited to commit crimes.
He continued by saying that the church would also construct facilities to give the inmates job training so they wouldn’t end up burdening society.
The GJA will continue to get support from ASHFOAM Ghana Limited through the yearly awards nd, as in the past, by painting the secretariat. This was stated by Nana Antwi, Marketing and Communications Manager.
He declared that through advancing the “made-in-Ghana” agenda, ASHFOAM would continue to assist the nation.
Finally, Nana Antwi said his organization would continue to be dedicated to assisting the GJA. In conclusion growing while urging journalists to combat problems like cybercrime in the corporate sphere.