Ghanaian journalists get ‘Browse House’ for election 2012

Some individuals using the facility

Journalists in the country have been given a spacious wireless Internet- connectivity facility that will help them file their stories, articles to their various press houses during the 2012 general elections.

The facility was officially opened after the celebration to mark the 2011 World Press Freedom Day at the International Press Centre in Accra.

Speaking to on the sidelines of the celebration, the president of the Ghana Journalists Association, Mr Ransford Tetteh, said the facility will enable the reporters to monitor elections results as and when they come in.

He added that, even though the facility will help journalists to give up-to-date information during the elections, it will also serve as a place for those who are online reporters since they will get access to the internet free and fast.

The ‘Browse House’ which was donated by the Accra Brewery Limited (ABL) is located at the premises of the Ghana International Press Centre.


By Ekow Quandzie

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