Ministry of Information
26 African Journalists Begin Media Training in Egypt
MOINROVIA, September 12(LINA) – Twenty-six African journalists have begun eight weeks of intensive media training in the Arab Republic of Egypt.
The training is organized by the Egyptian Government through its Ministry of Information.
According to a MICAT dispatch, the training is currently taking place at the Egyptian Ministry of Information, Training and Studies Center in Cairo and is been facilitated by officials of the Ministry.
The training focuses on radio and television technical programming.
Liberia is represented in the program by Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism (MICAT) Acting Director for Press and Public Affairs, Mr. Lawrence M. Fahnbulleh, while Mr. Joseph W. Johnson and Mr. Boima Kamara are representing the Liberia Broadcasting System respectively.
It can be recalled that for the past 25 years the Arab Republic of Egypt has been providing African journalists capacity building training in journalism.