Managing Director of Graphic Communications Group Limited, Kenneth Edem Ashigbi, has said that, the issue of late arrival of its newspapers in the Upper East Region will soon be a thing of the past.
The Managing Director gave this assurance on Thursday, in Bolgatanga, at a get-together sitting for its vendors and agents. He urged the vendors to come out with strategies for an increased sale in the region.
Mr. Ashigbi further assured vendors of Graphic’s newspapers and readers that by the end of April, a vehicle would be allocated to pick the newspapers from Tamale immediately they arrive by air to end the current situation of vendors and agents selling ‘dead’ newspapers to readers.
According to him, the Graphic Communications Group Limited hopes to register its vendors and agents with the National Health Insurance Scheme, in order to enable them access health service whenever they fall sick.
He was also not happy about the fact that vendors and agents do not take advantage of the Graphic Scholarship Scheme and called on them to take their children’s education seriously in order to enable them benefit from the scheme.
Mr. Ashigbi also tasked reporters for the newspaper to write more reports about the Upper East Region in order to increase the sales of the papers in the region.
By: Joshua Asaah | A1Radioonline.com | Ghana