GOC Appoints Versatile Sports Journalist Willie Graham As Deputy Communications Head

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Renowned Sports Anchor Benjamin William Graham has been appointed by the Ghana Olympic Committee to augment their Communication Committee.

Willie Graham will serve as the deputy to Mr Yaw Ampofo Ankrah to steer the Communications Directorate of the Ghana Olympic Committee.

Mr Graham’s appointment will be a big boost and add up to the Communications Department of the Ghana Olympic Committee which will be headed by ace sportscaster Yaw Ampofo Ankrah.

Mr Willie Graham and Mr Ampofo Ankrah are expected to propagate the good works of the Ben Nunoo Mensah led administration and feed the media houses with news from GOC.

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He was on hand to state the facts clear in a recent issue surrounding the monies given the Ghana Athletic Association.

GOC’s communication team member, Benjamin Willie- Graham in an interview on Wamputu Sports detailed how the money was paid to the Athletics body,

“GAA wrote to GOC, Sports Ministry and NSA to get the needed funding for the event. So when we received the letter, we communicated back that there is some money to be given to them”.

“GOC on the 29 April,2021 wrote to their Bankers, Republic Bank to transfer $9000 to the GAA for their Olympic qualification event.
So on Wednesday 5th May, 2021 we had a confirmation from one of their officials, Bawa Fuseini that the money had hit their account”.

“GOC continues to support athletes on the Olympic solidarity scholarship and seven of them are from GAA.

“This is collaborative work and we all have to work together for the betterment of the athletes. It will be prudent if the GAA can communicate officially on receiving the money”, he added.

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Benjamin Willie Graham is a lead football commentator in Ghana with vast working experience with top global sports production and broadcast companies.

He holds a Master’s Degree in Media Management from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.

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