INQUIRER Former Employee Donates Camera
By Alva Mulbah Wolokolie
A former employee of the INQUIRER Newspaper, Mr. Emmanuel Savice, has donated a modern camera valued at US$950.00 to the Publisher and Editor of the INQUIRER, Mr. Philip N. Wesseh as part of his own contribution to make the institution a vibrant one.
Making the presentation yesterday in the offices of the INQUIRER, the wife of Mr. Savice, Mrs. Sophia Savice said her husband has asked her to turn over the Samsung Camera to Mr. Philip N. Wesseh and the entire INQUIRER family for the promotion of news production in the country.
Mr. Savice who served as sports reporter for The INQUIRER several years back before his departure to Canada in 2003, told his wife to convey his gratitude to Mr. Wesseh for affording him the opportunity at the time to work with The INQUIRER.
Receiving the item from Mrs. Savice, Mr. Wesseh wholeheartedly appreciated the gift from Mr. and Mrs. Savice and assured her that the camera would be used for the intended purpose.
According to him, such a gesture is not often done by many persons who have worked with an institution. Mr. Wesseh lauded Mr. Savice for keeping the INQUIRER on his mind while he lives in Canada along with his wife. He also some former employees in the Diaspora who over the years identified with the institution.