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Selikem Acolatse Apaloo resigns from GBC

Selikem Acolatse Apaloo resigns from GBC || Broadcaster and news anchor at the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), Selikem Acolatse Apaloo has resigned.

Selikem has been working at GBC for the past 13 years as a reporter, news anchor, producer, editor, host and commentator.

“I wish to announce my resignation from the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC). I appreciate GBC for giving me the opportunity to be a part of public service broadcasting with such a national mandate. For me, it has been an honour serving God and country,” she posted on Facebook.

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“I thank the GBC for offering me this platform since 2007 when I joined the Corporation as a national service person. I continue to maintain a cordial relationship with GBC, one that has existed for almost 13 years of working at both the radio and television divisions of GBC as a reporter, news anchor, producer, editor, host and commentator.”

“I will continue to serve Ghana as a freelance journalist, gender advocate and humanitarian. God bless you all,” she added

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Ms Apaloo’s resignation letter

“I wish to announce my resignation from the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC). I appreciate GBC for giving me the opportunity to be a part of public service broadcasting with such a national mandate. For me, it has been an honour serving God and country.

I thank the GBC for offering me this platform since 2007 when I joined the Corporation as a national service person. I continue to maintain a cordial relationship with GBC, one that has existed for almost 13 years of working at both the radio and television divisions of GBC as a reporter, news anchor, producer, editor, host and commentator.

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I also wish to appreciate all who have encouraged and inspired me at the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation to do more to bring out my best.

To the audience of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, and resource persons who contributed to Women’s Voice especially, I am eternally grateful.

I will continue to serve Ghana as a freelance journalist, gender advocate and humanitarian. God bless you all.”

Selikem Acolatse Apaloo

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