Public Relations and Events Specialist, George Quaye, has resigned from his position as the Communications Director of Charterhouse Productions.
A statement issued by the Group Head of Corporate Affairs of the production company, Effie Ansah, affirmed George’s departure.
It said George Quaye has been replaced by Mr Robert Klah, an experienced Events Organiser who has been working with Charterhouse for the past seven years.
Meanwhile, George Quaye has told Myjoyonline his departure from Charterhouse is to enable him to make time for his own company, Image Bureau.
Read Charterhouse statement below:
George Quaye has resigned from his position as Communications Manager for Charterhouse Productions
Charterhouse Productions hereby announces for the information of the General public that Mr. Robert Klah is its new Public Events and Communication Manager.
Mr. Klah has more than seven years’ experience working with Charterhouse Events across various functions and brings a wealth of knowledge to his new role.
He takes over from Mr. George Quaye who no longer works with Charterhouse Productions.
We wish to assure the public and our stakeholders of our continuous engagement.
All further enquiries on Charterhouse activities should be sent to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Group Corporate Affairs
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