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GOC forms Media Relation sub-committee
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The Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC) has formed an 18-member Media Relations sub-committee to ensure effective communication agenda of the committee.

The sub-committee’s priority is to position the GOC as a sports brand of choice and spearhead the agenda of effective communication for the body.

According to a press statement signed by Mr. Paul Atchoe, the first Vice President of the GOC, Mr Herbert Mensah, who is a member of the GOC Executive Board and the president of Ghana Rugby Football Union would be the chairman of the Sub-Committee.

Renowned sports broadcaster and the president of Ghana Arm-wrestling Federation, Charles Osei Asibey would be the Communication Manager whiles sports writer Mr. Kenneth Odeng Addae would be the Press Officer of the sub-committee.

The composition of the media sub-committee is made up of professional sports journalists from recognized media institutions in Ghana.

Below are the appointed members of the sub-committee
Herbert Mensah (Chairman),
Mawuko Afadzinu
Charles Osei Asibey – Director of Communication
Kenneth Odeng Addae
Sammy Okine – (Online)
Maurice Quansah (SWAG)
Michael Oti-Adjei (TV3 Network Limited)
Moses Antwi Benefo (Global Media Alliance)
Benedict Owusu Danquah (Multi Media Grorp)
Cgris Nunoo (Daily Graphic)
John Vigah (Ghanaian Times)
Tony Bebil (EIB Network)
Nana Darkwa Gyasi (Network Broadcasting)
Dan Kweku Yebah (Despite Group)
George Lomotey (GBC)
Kwabena Asante Nfodwo (GAR, E/R, V/R Rep)
Bright Kankam Boadu (A/S, B/A, N/R Rep)
Alex Kobina Stone (w/r,c/r Rep).

Source: GNA

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