Diasporian News of Sunday, 23 December 2012
Source: Tekedia Editors
Tekedia contributor Francis X. Tuokuu wins an award in the UK
A Tekedia contributor, Francis Xavier Tuokuu has won an award from a top media company in the United Kingdom and tekedia.com will like to congratulate him for this great achievement. Francis who is a Public Relations intern with Giglets Limited, a media company in Ayrshire, Scotland won the award for his contributions to the company in promoting ebook education in Africa and beyond.
For his sterling contributions to the company through his writings which have appeared in both the UK and African media, his name has been acknowledged in Giglets latest SmartReads ebook "The Snow Queen" and circulated in over 50 countries in the world! In all of Europe, North America, Latin America, Australia & New Zealand, Japan, India, and more on the following ebook websites, … Giglets.net, Amazon Kindle, Apple iTunes iBookstore/iBooks, and Kobobooks.com (see also http://www.giglets.net/ebook/the-snow-queen).
Francis is an eminently talented young man from Ghana. He is currently pursuing a Postgraduate Degree in Corporate Social Responsibility and Energy (MSc) at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland.
He is a prolific young Ghanaian writer with over forty published articles and over three hundred daily news/reports and stories on various newspapers, websites and magazines across the world including, Tekedia.com, The Daily Graphic (Ghana’s leading newspaper), The Finder newspaper, People With Voices (UK), The Chronicle Newspaper, The Al-Hajj Newspaper, The True Statesman, The Good Shepherd Newspaper, AllAfrica.com, The Development Analyst Magazine based in East Africa, myjoyonline.com, ghanaweb.com, ghananewslink.com , inter alia.
He is a member of Black Bloggers UK and International Network, a group based in the UK with the aim of promoting black people everywhere in the world through their writings.
He is a graduate of the University of Ghana, legon and a former student of St. Francis Xavier Minor Seminary, Wa.
Well done Francis. Keep it up!