Africa Signal Begins Continental Coverage

Africa Signal News Magazine Online Corporation has been rebranded. This was disclosed earlier today by Managing Editor Samuel Odebowale as part of activities marking its 2022 Stakeholders Retreat.

According to Samuel Odebowale, “the new logo (Eagles’ Talons and Continental Map) reflects bravery, power and an unflinching commitment to the African people; transforming operations as the native media of expression and actualization for the Continent.

He further explained that the rebranding became necessary in other to achieve desired level of penetration for transnational publishing services across African Continent. Pursuant to this goal, the media group has adopted a Common Icons and Symbols (CIS) system based on Swahili, the most-widely used indigenous African Language.

In the coming weeks, the Magazine will resume multilingual publishing service, relaunch commercial services operations, expand featured categories, open offices and bureaus across major African cities, differentiate service streams and provide greater opportunities for African businesses, governments and people to excel.

The Group Chairman Kolawole Dada noted that with the increasing convergence of Africa’s trade, financial services, technology and governance, and in line with the Medium’s objectives, it has become necessary to move forward as the choice Media Convergence Group for accelerating growth, showcasing excellence and giving Africans a strong and sustained platform for expression across all walks of life.

HR Director Cecil Crossbay highlighted the benefits for citizen journalists and enthusiasts across Africa to include capacity development, improved remuneration and regulations, training academy, provision of toolkits and other initiatives that will bridge gaps and empower professionals and partners for increased access and safety.

 

(Reports by Joshua Luthanga, Mariah Posner and Dauda Kareem. Edited by Melinda Scott)

 

 

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