ASBOG names IMC to steer revival
The Association of Sports Broadcasters, Ghana (ASBOG) has named a nine-member Interim Management Committee (IMC) to steer the affairs of the Association.
The team has been tasked with the revival of the Association to achieve its targeted goals.
The IMC is constituted by Charles Osei Asibey – Chief Operations Officer, Prince Annan, Davis Appiah, Moses Antwi Benefo and Ernest Koranteng.
The rest are Christopher Opoku, Daniel Kwaku Yeboah, Kofi Asare-Brako and Nathanial Laryea.
At a media briefing on Wednesday, Asare-Brako, Spokesperson of the IMC said their immediate objective was to revive the Association, which has been dormant for the past few years.
He said the Association which intends to meet-up the demands of Sports Broadcasters in the country seeks to gain recognition locally and internationally to enhance their activities.
Asare-Brako said his outfit will soon embark on a membership drive to get on board all interested persons within the broadcasting industry.
He urged the need for support from members to forge ahead to achieve common goals as well as contributing to the development of sports in the country.
ASBOG formed in September 2003 is made up radio and television sports broadcasters, and has branches across the country.