A lecturer at All Star Media College Mr Philip Gbormita has charged graduates to exhibit journalistic ethics when they enter the field.
‘’The school has gone far in terms of delivery of information or impacting knowledge into the people, because day in and day out we ensure that we move a top notch high, so you really witness some of the presentations that we had, it was a top notch, so that is how far we have gone’’ he said.
The lecturer Philip Gbormitor made the comments at All Star Media College’s 5th graduation ceremony at Dansoman in Accra on Saturday. He is therefore confident with hard work and dedication; the fresh graduates will rise in the media industry.
‘’To say to produce the right person depends on the individual, We have done a good job, all we want from them is that when they get into the field, they should exhibit the best we have given to them, especially with the ethics of journalism, we have taught them very well, we have also given them the wide spectrum of education that when they get into the field, they will be able to do very well. So that is our trump card’’ he added.
Story by: Hawa Lebsi