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Coverage that speaks for itself – The Voice and Joy Online

Adam Afriyie, the MP for Windsor, has lent his support to GUBA 2013. The story has now secured coverage in a variety of key publications
Adam Afriyie, the MP for Windsor, has lent his support to GUBA 2013. The story has now secured coverage in a variety of key publications

Palamedes PR’s story about Conservative MP Adam Afriyie lending his support to this year’s GUBA Awards has secured more key exposure, it emerged today.

The agency’s copy generated coverage for the Awards in The Voice and on the Ghana news site, Joy Online.

The development follows previously-secured coverage in AllAfrica and the Ghana Chronicle, two other key publications.

Our story focused on the Conservative MP Adam Afriyie who has thrown his weight behind the Awards.

Afriyie- viewed in some quarters as a potential future party leader – said the GUBAs were an “inspired platform to highlight the significant and valuable contribution British Ghanaians make to the UK”.

A spokesman for Palamedes PR, which specialises in B2B news-generation, said the agency will now focus on national coverage, adding: “We would like to thank The Voice and Joy Online for their support.”

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