Herbert Mensah to Chair Media Relation Sub-Committee For The Ghana Olympic Committee

As part of measures to rebrand the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC) and position it as the Sports Brand of choice, the GOC has constituted a Media Relations Sub-Committee that will spearhead the agenda of effective communication from the GOC.

The Sub-Committee will be chaired by Mr Herbert Mensah, an Executive Board Member who is also the President of the Ghana Rugby Football Union.

Renowned broadcast journalist, Mr Charles Osei Asibey who also doubles as the President of the Ghana Arm Wrestling Federation has also been appointed as the Communication Director of the GOC, with Sports Writer, Mr Kenneth Odeng Adade as the Press Officer.

The composition of the Media Relations sub-committee is made up of professional sports journalists from recognised media institutions in the country.

The GOC in the coming days will also release the list of members of the other eight sub-committees.

Below is the full list of members of the Media Relations sub-committee;


¥ Herbert Mensah – Chair
¥ Mawuko Afadzinu
¥ Charles Osei Asibey – Director of Communications
¥ Kenneth Odeng Adade – Press Officer
¥ Sammy Okine (Online)
¥ Maurice Quansah (SWAG)
¥ Michael Oti-Adjei (TV3 Network Limit ed)
¥ Moses Antwi Benefo (Global Media Alliance)
¥ Benedict Owusu Danquah (Multi Media Group)
¥ Chris Nunoo (Daily Graphic)
¥ John Vigah (Ghanaian Times)
¥ Tony Bebli (EIB Network)
¥ Nana Darkwa Gyasi (Network Broadcasting)
¥ Dan Kweku Yeboah ( Despit e Group)
¥ George Lomotey (GBC)
¥ Kwabena Asante Nfodwo (GAR,E/R,V/R Rep)
¥ Bright Kankam Boadu (A/S,B/A,N/R Rep)
¥ Alex Kabina Stone (W/R,C/R Rep)

Paul Atchoe
(1 st Vice President)

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