The George Britton Interactive (GB) team as part of its fifth year anniversary commemoration launched a stern campaign on drug abuse with music as the front- runner.
Knowing very well the impact music can make in changing the attitudes of our youth, the decision to embark on this campaign came at the back of a news report that predicted that “about 70% of the youth in Ghana are at the risk of engaging in drug abuse for diverse reasons”.
The month long campaign which included media tours, celebrity talks on drug abuse – how to seek help and where to get help was scheduled for end of November with a grand event on the 25 th of November 2017 which was to be headlined by Shatta Wale at the Tema Sports Stadium has been postponed.
This decision was arrived at by the team in a meeting due to the technicalities the team needed to deal with.
Speaking to the PR team they noted “you see it as a setback, we see it as an opportunity to make ample time to drive this campaign to get the desired results and to also get onboard more partners to execute the task ahead, this our heartbeat and we at George Britton will do everything possible to make it a reality”.
Notwithstanding November been a month packed with events and activities, this initiative has received great love and support from industry players and corporate Ghana and for this reason the entire GB team appreciates all your efforts, we do apologies for any inconvenient caused.