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Vendors Praise Daily Guide


Executives of the National Vendors Association have expressed satisfaction with the existing relationship between them and management of Western Publications Limited, publishers of DAILY GUIDE and three other publications.

During a visit to the corporate headquarters of the company in Accra, the first such call by some members of the association they marveled at its tremendous growth since its establishment in the 80s.

Their visit they maintained was to afford them the opportunity to have a tête-à-tête with the company they had had a fruitful relationship with over the years and to as they put it “smoothen out rough edges so the approaching years would witnessing further blossoming of the bond.”

They took turns to exchange ideas on the way forward with the management team in the conference room of the corporate headquarters.

Secretary of the Kumasi team said “you have never met many of us as communications between us have mostly been via telephone.

This is therefore the first time that such a face-to-face interaction is taking place.”

“We have managed many publications over the years but there is something special about DAILY GUIDE which sets it apart from the others and we savour it. Not even the older ones have this spirit.”

A humbled Chief Executive Officer of Western Publications Limited, Ms Gina Blay supported by other management staffers expressed delight at the kind words from the vendors and promised that the company would do all that it can to ensure their interests are taken care of.

The delegation took a trip round the company and the delight of the members was visible as they exchanged pleasantries with staff of the various departments.

Management presented both the Accra and Kumasi branches of the association with two motorcycles and an unspecified amount of money as a token of its appreciation of the wonderful performance of the vendors over the years.

The Kumasi delegation was made up of Messrs Appiah Kubi, Kofi Bonsu, Vice Chairman, Yaw Owusu, Secretary, Gabriel Cudjoe, Organiser and E.K. Amoako.

From the Accra branch were Messrs Stephen Egon, Chairman and Gilbert Ankobiah.
By A.R. Gomda

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