Stratcomm Africa engages with GNA Editorial Team
Accra, April 29, GNA - The executives of Strategic Communications Africa (STRATCOMM Africa) on Wednesday engaged with reporters and editors of the Editorial Department of the Ghana News Agency in Accra.
The engagement was to demonstrate STRATCOMM Africa commitment to deepening working relationship with the media and also show the company's appreciation for the sustained partnership over the years.
STRATCOMM Africa has provided services including communications and public relations for institutions and organisations across the country to enhance their image promote their products and also ensure organisational harmony.
Ms Esther Amba Numaba Cobbah, Chief Executive Officer of STRATCOMM Africa said the Company owed its successes to all those who have contributed to its growth over the past years of its existence and saluted GNA for its unwavering support through the publication of stories, articles and press releases.
She said the Company believes in communication as a tool that could be used effectively for national development and also to tell the true story about Africa.
She later presented artistically carved miniature drums which symbolises sound communication to ladies of the Editorial Department as a token of appreciation.
Mrs Yaa Oforiwaa Asare-Peasah, News Editor, GNA said the Agency continue to play essential role in providing balance, uninhibited platform to stakeholders to reach out to the target audiences as well as serving as medium for feedback from the hinterland.
'GNA provides fast, accurate, reliable, qualitative and comprehensive news to subscribers across the globe…We are a solid platform for communicating information to and from the people.
'The agency will continue to play this crucial role towards nation building through the maintenance of healthy working relationship with both governmental and non-governmental bodies,' she said.
Mrs Asare-Peasah explained that GNA as the largest and only wire news gathering organisation with its chain of reporters and part-time correspondents in every corner of the country would continue to provide communication platform for all stakeholders.
She said the Agency has built a tradition since its birth as a strategic national asset that has the responsibility to maintain a cohesive nation-state, strengthen human rights, and serve as the voice of the voiceless and to promote peace and stability.
She said the dissemination of the national agenda is one of the major functions of the Agency and has a strong tradition of being an independent medium that has created the platform to all newsmakers to disseminate truthful unbiased and developmental news as its commitment to the growth of the culture of democracy.