Kojo Bentum-Williams, managing editor and CEO of VoyagesAfriq Media Limited, has been given a top UN position on matters of tourism in Africa in recognition of his immense expertise.
The United Nations' World Tourism Organisation has appointed Kojo Bentum-Williams, the managing editor and CEO of VoyagesAfriq Media Limited, as the organisation's senior expert for communications in Africa.
Bentum-William's appointment will see him lead communications of the organisation’s activities and events in Africa.
According to the Peacefmonline.com report sighted by YEN.com.gh the new appointment took effect in March 2019 and part of his core mandates is to grow the UNWTO’s 10-point agenda in Africa.
He is also expected to coordinate with the Africa department at the UNWTO to reach out to members of the African media and hold clinics to further train and inform travel media on the continent.
Bentum-Williams is the founder and managing editor of VoyagesAfriq Media Limited, a pan African travel media company which publishes VoyagesAfriq Travel Magazine and operates the online portal VoyagesAfriq.com.
He previously worked as the press secretary to Ghana’s ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts until 2014 and also worked a press officer at the Ghana Tourism Authority.
He has covered a wide range of global travel and tourism conferences and he is seen by many as one of the authorities in the affairs of the UN Tourism Agency.
YEN.com.gh congratulates Bentu-Williams and wish him the best.
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