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21 Sep

The culmination of a two-year collaboration between GCGL and TechGulf Ghana, the archive is accessible through a subscription on the Graphic Online website [www.graphic.com.gh] . It is designed not only to safeguard the company's extensive archival material but also to facilitate easy access for stakeholders.

The Managing Director of GCGL, Ato Afful, expressed his excitement about how the Digitalised Archive would unveil the nation's rich history and achievements. 

He remarked, "I find this information source to be an exceptionally engaging content grid that I encourage all of you to peruse, and to urge your family and friends to do the same, so they can learn from it and be inspired by it."

The CEO of TechGulf, Mr. Franklin Asare disclosed that over the past 18 months, 2,000 photographs and newspaper archives dating from 1950 to the year 2000 have been digitised with six months left to complete the project.He said the indexing function of the archive would generate revenue for the GCGL that would be comparable to the newspaper section of the group.

Mr Asare said he was grateful for the opportunity given to his outfit by the GCGL to participate in the historic archiving project.He added that the global reach of the archive was not only economically empowering but would also serve as the bedrock of academic research in the country.

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