‘A boundless partner’ – Ashanti GJA lauds COKA’s contribution to media development

Odeneho Kwaku Appiah

New Patriotic Party stalwart Chairman Odeneho Kwaku Appiah was the recipient of an award at a just-ended event for his contributions towards media development in the country.

The Ashanti Regional sect of the Ghana Journalists Association has touted COKA, as he is popularly called, to be an important stakeholder and pillar who has imparted in the media good ethics and professionalism.

He was honoured with a citation at an event that took place at Rattray Park on Saturday, June 24.

Other personalities who have contributed towards media development were also honoured, and some journalists in the region were also honoured.

The Association describes COKA as a truly selfless, “Boundless Partner” and a warrior in media development within Ghana and beyond.

“Your lifeline support to the media fraternity is really admirable, and you indeed walk your talk,” Ashanti GJA described COKA.

“You are the kind of personality, irrespective of your political affiliation, always believing that unity is strength when there is teamwork and collaboration; that is only when wonderful things can be achieved. You have imparted in the media good ethics and professionalism.

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“And extraordinarily, manage many characters and dispel the fears and worries in the media activism and wherever “we need you, you are always there to support us and show us the way.

“GJA Ashanti would like to thank you and honour your exemplary leadership and support. Ayekoo Chairman Odeneho Kwaku Appiah.”

In his response, Chairman Odeneho Kwaku Appiah COKA stressed: “I was honoured when you expressed your appreciation of me. Your approval makes all my effort feel worthwhile. I am happy that you see me as an asset to the media fraternity. Thank you for this recognition. It motivates me to continue to do more.”

In an address, Mr Albert Kwabena Dwomfour, the National President of the GJA, said, journalists in Ghana will continue to hold the government accountable until the living conditions of every Ghanaian are improved.

“As we have done in the past, we will continue to collaborate with relevant stakeholders, including the government, to strengthen governance while ensuring accountability,” he added.

SOURCE: Daily Mail GH

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