GJA’s Organiser Returns To Atinka

Albert Kwabena Dwumfuor

The Tobinco Group has appointed the Organising Secretary of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA), Albert Kwabena Dwumfuor, as the new Managing Director of Atinka Media Village.

The Tobinco group, headed by Samuel Amo Tobbin, comprises Tobinco Pharmaceuticals, Abii National, Priority Insurance, Entrance Pharmaceuticals, Atinka Media Village, Entrance University Hospital Limited, Entrance University, Dors Events, among others.

Atinka Media Village has Atinka FM 104.7, Atinka TV, Atinkaonline, Ahotor FM in Takoradi and Agyenkwa FM in Kumasi.

Dwumfuor, a media consultant, officially commences work today.

The GJA organiser, who is also the CEO of KAD Media Consultancy, is not new to the Tobinco Group after serving in various capacities at the different times within the organisation. He served as board secretary to the JAM Media Group (now Atinka Media Village), which birthed Atinka FM.

Dwumfuor was later appointed the chief operating officer (COO) of the Tobinco Group in-charge of media and also served as general manager of Atinka FM in February 2016 before exiting.

He later pursued further interests which include setting up his PR firm, KAD Media Consultancy.

He, therefore, brings a wealth of experience to Atinka Media Village, which is now a force to reckon with in the media industry due to the ‘Di Asa’ fever.

Dwumfuor, a result-oriented professional, is expected to use his vast experience to improve the fortunes of Atinka Media Village by ensuring compelling contents on Atinka TV, Atinka FM and make Atinkaonline a more competitive news portal and above all maximize returns for shareholders.

Dwumfuor is currently pursuing his MA in International Relations & Diplomacy at GIMPA.

He did Post Graduate Studies in Public Administration at Ghana Institute of Management & Public Administration (GIMPA)

He has an Advanced Diploma in Journalism (ICM), Advanced Diploma in Marketing (ICM) and Private Certificate in Teaching from Prime Vision Ghana (Accra Training College).

He was once the SRC vice- president of GIMPA, where he was nicknamed Asaase.