The Directorate of Exploration, Innovation and Growth (DRID) of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) is organizing a panel dialogue on the subject “Twitter and the African Long run: Rethinking Electronic prospects and challenges.”
The discussion is scheduled to occur on Friday, April 30, 2021 at 12noon, via Zoom. Four speakers will be empanelled from assorted technological backgrounds and African Studies to communicate on the subject.
The panelists include things like Dr. Ezer Osei Yeboah-Boateng, Dean Faculty of Computing & Facts Programs (FoCIS) at the Ghana Communication Technological innovation College, and Foster Akugri, Founder & President of the Hacklab Basis (Focal Twitter Associate in Ghana).
The rest are Maximus Ametorgah, Electronic Marketing Expert & Tech Analyst, and Dr. Emmanuel Asonye Africana Reports, College of New Mexico, United states of america.
Twitter not too long ago announced Ghana as the headquarters for its Africa foundation. The announcement was obtained with a great deal enthusiasm by Ghanaians. It also captivated wonderful attention on the continent and globally.
It is on the again of this, that the state leading communications university – GIJ, organizes this discussion to transfer the speak outside of the euphoria to ponder what this huge announcement holds for Ghana and the continent.
The discussion does not only seem at the potential customers of the venture, it will also contemplate the implications for democracy and progress.
Meanwhile, the institute invitations the basic public to take part in this vital forum on zoom by using
Zoom Conference ID: 87641409907
The writer, James Avedzi is a university student of the Ghana Institute of Journalism