GIJ’s Efua Sutherland Hall partners EKM Communications Consulting to offer her members the opportunity to be a part of the upcoming 4th Edition of the Kasanufo Public Speaking Training and Contest.
The deal sees a 30% reduction for members of the hall who register to participate in the 8-weeks intensive training program that will equip them with tools and competencies to become audacious speakers, emcees and communicators.
The outgoing Hall president, David Nana Appiah (Farman) says the move is part of his vision to ensure Efua Sutherland continues to be the most attractive hall on campus by equipping her membership with the necessary skills for successful capacity building.
On her part, the Communications Director of EKMCC, Madam Sylvia Naadu Mensah, welcomed the partnership and encourage young Ghanaians who want to improve their speaking abilities to register for the training.
David n. Appiah (Farman) urged the hall members to always take pride as Efua Sutherland Hall members. He encouraged them to show continuous support for hall activities and trust her(Hall) executives to do more for the success of the hall.
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ABOUT DAVID NANA APPIAH
David nana Appiah popularly known as Farman, as part of his policy execution has announced partnership of Efua Sutherland Hall with Kasanufo Public speaking training and contest.
The outgoing president says this last on his policy list comes off as agreement between the two parties has now been reached since last semester.
“Talks on this started last semester and glory to God this has finally come to reality. This is the last for me but not for the hall”.
David Farman can be credited for ensuring Efua Sutherland Halls participation in a national program “Green Ghana Day” in 2021 academic year by planting some trees at Dzorwulu campus. The halls historic victory in the inter halls debate organized by Writers and Debaters society in partnership with GiJ-Src.
David n. Appiah (Farman) urged the hall members to always take pride as Efua Sutherland Hall members. He encouraged them to show continuous support for hall activities and trust her(Hall) executives to do more for the halls success.