Stanbic Bank honours TV3, Alfred Ocansey for exceptional journalism

Communications manager of Stanbic Bank Ghana Kojo Larbi has entreated TV3 to continue leading in Ghana’s media landscape.

Presenting items in appreciation of the sterling performance, professionalism and impact TV3 has had, Kojo Larbi said, Stanbic Bank will continue partnering the media to have a positive impact on society.

TV3, a member of one of Ghana’s leading media conglomerates Media General, continuous to set the pace in Ghana’s competitive media space. the dedication to professional journalism was recognised at this years’ 25th Ghana Journalists Association awards.

TV3 was awarded the best television station of the year, with seven journalists of the newsroom sweeping eight awards.

Presenting items in appreciation of the leadership of TV3 in the media landscape, communications manager at stanbic bank Ghana Kojo Larbi encouraged the leadership of the newsroom to continue churning out impactful stories. “You have distinguished yourself amongst the lot in the media landscape in Ghana and across the world. We at Stanbic Bank Ghana limited have no doubt that you will continue to lead the way in professionalism in media in Ghana. We pledge our continuous partnership with you for the greater good of all.”

Receiving the items, General manager in charge of news at media general Sedem Ofori reiterated the commitment of the newsroom to give nothing but the best of news content.

TV3’s Alfred Ocansey was also presented with a Stanbic office professional pack and an exclusive package on the Stanbic multicurrency money wallet card for his dedication to professionalism and impactful journalism, and for winning the best in education reporting at the 25th GJA awards. Kojo Larbi described Alfred Ocansey as an exceptional journalist in a newsroom filled with extraordinary journalists. Mr Ocansey thanked Stanbic Bank for the honor and pledged to continue working hard to impact lives through journalism.

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By 3news.com|Ghana