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Launches KRIF Media Partners
KRIF Ghana, an established supplier of office equipment and stationeries has taken an initiative to honor some journalists for their outstanding performances in reporting on the company’s events and activities. The occasion was also used to launch KRIF Media Partners (KMP) – a dedicated group of journalists for the promotion of activities of KRIF Ghana.
The awards presented to the deserving journalists at a ceremony last week is the second in 2018 alone and according to the company it is aimed at enhancing and motivating the media partners for their roles in publicizing the company, its products and services.
At a media soiree organized for journalists to interact with officers of the company for a discussion on their 30-years of supplying various office equipment and stationery in Ghana, the Executive Director of KRIF Ghana, Reverend Kennedy Okusun, said, in order to deepen and strengthen their relationship with the media, the company thought it wise to outdoor the KMP.
“We are convinced that real partnership with the media is the way to foster rapid development of a country and ensure the well-being of its people,” he stated.
He said the launch of the KMP is not to influence the media because they believe in professionalism, rather, it is to deepen their relations with the media.
He said among others that as part of the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), KFRIF Ghana plans to embark on donating “diplomat safe” machines to all important public institutions. This is to assist the institutions to keep important documents and items safely.
“KRIF Ghana also outdoors the mega Corporate Social Responsibility project which will enables us donate diplomat safes to all important public institutions every week for 52 weeks,” he stated.
Two journalists – Wisdom Jonny-Nupke of the Goldstreet Business newspaper and Grace Sogbe of the Publisher newspaper were awarded for their enormous support and publications to promote KRIF Ghana. Robert Oduro of the Corporate Guardian Magazine was introduced as the first Dean of KMP.
Source: Nii Aflah Sackey and Jeorge Wilson Kingson