Good News: EIB Network staff to receive full salaries and 7 months arrears

EIB Network appoints Santokh Singh as Chief Operating Officer
EIB Network appoints Santokh Singh as Chief Operating Officer

EIB Network Ghana has appointed the former Managing Director of Multi TV at The Multimedia Group, Mr. Santokh Singh Ram Singh as its Chief Operating Officer.

Santokh Singh brings with him a plethora of worldwide expertise and a track record of success in media and from the look of things, his presence will go long way to help the staff of EIB get their full salaries and arrears.

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Y’all know how the staff of EIB not long ago embarked on a series of demonstrations over 7 months of unpaid salaries and other remunerations. But from our checks, things will change henceforth.

As a reminder, Santokh Singh who is an Indian spent 8 of his 25 years in Ghana, where he led successful business development strategies.

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He previously served as the CEO of TV3 Networks Ghana Limited (2010-2012) and Managing Director of Television, The Multimedia Group Ghana Limited (2014-2019).

Announcing his appointment on social media, GhOne TV host, Francis Abban wrote: “Welcome, Santokh Singh. Our new COO”

Throughout his stay in Ghana, he has developed strong brands and successfully turned around the businesses of both companies in a short amount of time.

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Mr. Ram Singh will be in charge of the entire group’s operations, with a particular focus on turning around their media business, as well as re-strategizing other EIB business units and potentially developing new opportunities, particularly in the digital space.

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Source: TheBBCghana.Com

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