Winning IFA Product Technical Innovation Award, setting up new overseas brands, SKYWORTH unveils “AI” brand strategy

BERLIN, Sept. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — On August 31, 2018, the 2018 Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) Berlin opens on schedule. In the first day, a series of breaking news has made China brand SKYWORTH become the focus immediately. This year is the 30th anniversary of SKYWORTH, S9A, as the annual OLED product, won the “AI Interaction Innovation Gold Award” of IFA Product Technical Innovation Award. SKYWORTH unveiled “AI” brand strategy and set up a new brand METZ blue, which will be launched Europe, India and Hongkong, China in September.

SKYWORTH in IFA

SKYWORTH exhibited 100-inch giant screen TV G9, excellent OLED series TV (W80, S9A, S8A), Android TV with “AI” conception and Coocaa Lite TV with cloud-based voice service Amazon Alexa and Prime video, etc. This exhibition also has a super TV experience room. The 86-inch large screen TV F7 to feature Dolby Vision HDR imaging technology, paired with a 7.1.4 Dolby Atmos home theater system, delivers a spectacular and immersive experience. A smart experience room is also set up to highlight the forefront of AI development.

In the series of products, S9A, the flagship OLED TV, has won the “AI Interactive Innovation Gold Award.” As the forerunner of AI technology, SKYWORTH also announced that “AI TV” will be the brand strategy from now on. Focus on artificial intelligence, create smart family, realize multiport interconnection. SKYWORTH AI TV is a comprehensive AI product, it represents not only the Artificial Intelligence in ecosystem, but also the Artistic Inspiration of design, the Aesthetic Image of picture quality, the Acoustic Instrument of the sound quality, and the All-In-1 system. The strategic reflects SKYWORTH’s ambition to expand its skills in the AI field. The “AI Interactive Innovation Gold Award” is well deserved for SKYWORTH comprehensive product layout from high-end OLED TV to smart TV.

S9A won “AI Interactive Innovation Gold Award”

SKYWORTH also launched a modern luxury brand METZ blue. This is another step after SKYWORTH’s successful acquisition of the German luxury brand Metz company in 2015. While the original brand Metz classic continues to occupy the high-end market in Germany, METZ blue will be more inclusive and more suitable for young generation. From September of this year, METZ blue will be launched in Europe, India and Hongkong, China.

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Sekyere-Kumawu Assembly to rake in revenue through tourism

Kumawu (Ash)- The Sekyere-Kumawu District Assembly in Ashanti, is developing the Temante Waterfalls in the District, to generate income for the development of the area.

Located four kilometres away from Kumawu, the district capital, the Assembly is harnessing the tourist potential of the beautiful natural resource embedded in its pristine landscape environment, to attract both foreign and local tourists, as a means of boosting its local revenue generation.

Mr. Samuel Addai Agyekum, the District Chief Executive (DCE), who was speaking to the Ghana News Agency on the sidelines of a meeting between the Assembly and the Forestry Commission, said the waterfall which had already been commissioned as a tourists site in July this year, is an initiative fully owned by the District Assembly and that in excess of GHC 30,000.00 has been sunk into its development into an ultra-modern tourists facility, by the Assembly.

He said, the waterfall development project solely being funded by the Assembly, would also create jobs for the people and reduce poverty in the area.

Currently the District Assembly is engaging the Forestry Commission to manage the tourist site in order to guarantee quality service and sustainability.

Mr. Agyekum said the District Assembly had also strategised partnership with traditional authorities in the District, the Forestry Commission and two Tourist Ambassadors for the waterfall project in order to ensure publicity and good tourism service delivery.

Mr. John Ankrah, the District Coordinating Director also speaking to GNA said the waterfall site would have spaces for cafeteria, wash and changing rooms, motel as well as sporting and recreational facilities such as mini football/ volleyball pitches, the construction of which are underway.

He added that the District Assembly as a way of promoting the patronage of the project would aid tourists and visitors to organise safe and affordable transportation to and from the waterfall site to Kumawu.

The access road to the site had also been reshaped with concrete bridges and also constructed over small creeks to facilitate accessibility from Kumawu to the site.

He urged visitors and tourists to collaborate with the Forestry Commission, its manager, and adhere to the rules and regulations in order to protect the environment and the natural habitat in the area.

Source: Ghana News Agency

China Ghana relationship must take the lead in Africa

Accra- Chinese President Mr. Xi Jinping, has stated his preparedness to work with President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, to ensure that relations between Ghana and China take the lead on the African continent.

He said that the deep historic bond between China and Ghana, nurtured by leaders such as Mao Zedong, Kwame Nkrumah and others, has resulted in a 58-year old tradition of friendship.

Speaking on Saturday in Beijing during bilateral talks between him and President Akufo-Addo who is on State Visit to China, Mr Xi Jinping acknowledged the role of President Akufo-Addo to the growth of China-Ghana relations, stating, You (President Akufo-Addo) are an old friend of the Chinese people and I am ready to work with you.

He was confident that, under their joint leadership, Ghana and China would enrich our friendship, take our bonds of co-operation to new heights, and, thereby, deliver greater benefits to our two peoples.

Describing Ghana as a trustworthy friend and good partner for development, the Chinese President assured President Akufo-Addo of his commitment to intensify our co-operation, give support to each other’s concerns, and ensure that China-Ghana relations takes the lead in China-Africa relations.

To this end, the two Presidents witnessed the signing of eight Agreements that defined the ambit of Chinese co-operation with Ghana in the immediate years ahead.

Principal amongst them was the $2 billion Sino-Sure Framework Agreement, which will enable Sino-Hyrdo Corporation, a subsidiary of Power China, to finance and participate in major infrastructure, road and railway construction projects.

President Xi Jinping also indicated that China would provide a grant of 200 million Chinese Yuan, the equivalent of $30 million, to Ghana, to assist in the effective implementation of the economic policies of President Akufo-Addo.

Additionally, the project embarked on by the Chinese government to construct 1,000 boreholes across some parts of Ghana to ensure access to potable water, would be completed.

The Chinese President also assured Ghana of China’s commitment to financing the construction of the Jamestown Fishing Port Complex, the expansion of the Cape Coast Sports Stadium, the commencement of the Phase 2 expansion project of the University of Health and Allied Sciences in Ho, and the construction of a new cocoa processing facility, in line with President Akufo-Addo’s vision of adding value to Ghana’s raw materials.

On defence co-operation, President Xi Jinping announced the provision of a 50 million Chinese Yuan ($7.3 million) grant, in military assistance, which would also aid in the construction of the headquarters of Ghana’s Armed Forces.

Furthermore, the defence co-operation, he added, would also encompass the strengthening of Ghana’s capability to help improve maritime security in the Gulf of Guinea, training of Ghanaian peacekeepers, strengthening the capacity of Ghana’s Police Service, and the establishment of a legal assistance and extradition treaty between Ghana and China.

Such co-operation will inure to the benefit of our two countries. We will support your country in achieving its vision of Ghana Beyond Aid, he added.

President Xi also pledged that his government would encourage Chinese firms to invest in Ghana, and take advantage of flagship programmes such as 1-District-1-Factory, Programme for Planting for Food and Jobs, infrastructural development initiatives, particularly in the roads, railway and energy sectors, amongst others.

With Ghana being the African country with the highest number of students studying in China, the Chinese leader stated that his country will increase the number of scholarships to Ghana, and also advocated the deepening of collaboration between media organisations, think tanks, and universities of the two countries.

President Xi Jinping, in highlighting the importance of UN Reforms, urged Ghana to continue its advocacy on the reform of the matter and reiterated China’s support to this end.

On illegal mining in Ghana, and the involvement of some Chinese nationals in the phenomenon, the Chinese President assured President Akufo-Addo that his government would co-operate with Ghana and tackle the problem, and indicated his full acceptance of the enforcement of Ghanaian law in the area of illegal mining.

The Chinese President stressed the endorsement by his Government of the vision of building a Ghana Beyond Aid by President Akufo-Addo, and urged his Ghanaian counterpart to be resolute in realising this vision not only for Ghana, but also for the entire African continent, as it would lead to the growth of independent, sovereign nations, acting in their own interests and with their own resources, which was the example of China.

Source: Ghana News Agency

Businessman voted NDC UW Regional Chairman

Wa, (UWR)� Mr Abdul-Nasir Mohammed Saani, a 48-year-old businessman has been elected as the new Regional Chairman of the largest opposition New Democratic Congress (NDC) in Upper West Region.

Mr Saani who is widely known as Bunass won his landslide victory by 307 votes leaving his incumbent contender Mr Song-Anbu Mathew with 81 votes out of 389 votes cast.

Mr Saani addressing delegates and party founders as part of his short victory speech expressed gratitude to all party members for the trust and support they had in him by giving him the chairmanship position to lead their great NDC party.

The newly elected Chairman said his agenda set for the party was to get back all the five seats in the region and lead to help the party win 2020 general elections.

He however pleaded with all members to give him same backing as they gave to the previous leaders to help move the Party forward in the Region.

Other positions contested included; the Regional First and Second Vice Chairmen positions, Regional Secretary, Deputy Regional Secretary, Regional Organizer, Deputy Regional Organizer, Regional Treasurer and its Deputy, Regional Communication officer, Deputy Regional Communication, Regional Youth Organizer and its Deputy, Regional Women Organizer, Deputy Regional women Organizer and Regional Zongo Caucus.

For the Regional Vice Chairman Position, Kwame Mumuni polled 112 votes to be the first Vice Chairman, followed by Issah Musah with 108 votes as the second vice chairman.

Mr Charles Lwanga Puozuing also polled 179 votes to win the Regional Secretary position while his closest contender, Mr Dapilah Cletus Seidu polled 178 votes.

The other contenders for the position are Mr Eric Dakurah Faanuba, 10 votes and Mr Dominic Zeniyelle with 21votes.

For the Deputy Regional Secretary position, Alhaji Nurah Issah Danwana polled 346 votes to become the Deputy Secretary, while his contender Mr Lord Michael W. Baatuolkuu managed with 43 vot

Prince Razak Abdul Moomin Tachi polled 137votes to become the Regional Treasurer, beating his closest rival, Mr Carlos Ibrahim Chireh who polled 124 votes while the other contestants, Mr Abdulai Santi Batiah and Mahmudu Muhsin polled 82 and 43 votes respectively.

Mr Abu Abdul-Wahab Gieri polled 198 votes to win the Deputy Regional Treasurer position beating his two rivals, Mr Benjamin Boro, 109 votes and Mr Osman Rayan 82 votes.

The Regional Organizer position was between Mr Issahaku Nuhu Putiah with 276 votes making him the winner and Mr Thomas S. Ngminbahaara had 113 votes.

For the Deputy Regional Organizer portfolio, Basiera Saankara polled 266 votes to win his one man contender Mr Issahaku Karifa Salim 123 votes.

Mr Puo-Ire Prosper polled 204 votes to win the Regional Communication position against the incumbent Mr Issah Kantagyeri with 184 votes.

With its Deputy position, the incumbent, Madam Eunice Kaminta was re-elected with 193 votes to Mr Alhassan Sharifdeen Shash and Jinsung A. Rashid, 127 and 68 votes respectively.

Hajia Cecilia Salmata Hamza, the incumbent Women Organizer was also re-elected with 20 votes against her rival Madam Alice Boom, 16 votes.

Madam Prisca Domenyevi Kuupol Bagonluri took the Deputy women organizer position with 14 votes. The other contestants included, Mahama Memuna Yahaya, 12 votes, Madam Florence Kpan six votes and Madam Zaria Sabobogu with three votes.

Mr Moomen Abdul-Razak got 221votes to become the Regional Zongo Caucus beating Aziz Awudu with 167 votes.

The Regional Youth Organizer position was contested by Mr Nicodemus N.B.D Dery, 34 votes to win youth wing. His close contenders, Prince Mahamoud polled 11 votes and Mr Rashid Bickson had two votes.

Abdul-Rahaman Zakaria Markus won as Regional Deputy Youth Organizer with 19 votes against Mr Polukuu Titus, 18 votes.

A.Y. Mumuni scored seven votes and while Mr Tamimu Issah went for a single vote.

The election was supervised by the Regional Electoral Commission (EC) under a very tight security, and it ended peacefully.

Source: Ghana News Agency

Upper East NDC delegates retain incumbent Chairman

Sumbrungu (U/E) Alhaji Mumuni Bolnaba, the incumbent Upper East Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) on Saturday polled 282 out of 507 valid votes cast to retain his position.

He was contested by Mr John Akologo Tia, former Ghana’s Ambassador to Cuba and Alhaji Osman Akasum Alem who both polled 49 and 176 votes respectively.

Alhaji Bolnaba in a brief victory speech, expressed gratitude to the delegates for the confidence they reposed in him by renewing his mandate to continue his service to the party as Chairman, and said the NDC emerged winner in the election.

He called on all members of the party to put away their differences and work together in unity to recapture power from the ruling New Patriotic Party in 2020.

The newly elected executive who were immediately sworn into office by Madam Anita Desoso, the party’s First National Chairperson included; Mr Abubakari Atongo Salifu, First Vice Chairman, Mr William Nsobono Akanyele, Second Vice Chairman, Alhaji Ahmed Tijani Saeed, Communications Officer, Mr Sunday Casper Kampoli, Deputy Communications Officer, Mr Abraham Azumah Lambon, Youth Organizer, Mr David Amoliga, Deputy Youth Organizer, Mr Joseph Apoakasi, Second Deputy Youth Organizer, Madam Rahinatu Haruna (Hajia Charity), Women’s Organizer.

The rest are; Madam Musah Mariama Anaatim, Deputy Women’s Organizer, Alhaji Hudu Yahaya, Zongo Caucus Coordinator, Mr Fidel Castro Adagewine, Treasurer, Madam Monica Ananchinaba Teni, Deputy Treasurer, Mr Ibrahim Yasaana Mutawakilu, Organizer, Mr John Assibi Nyaaba, Deputy Organizer, Mr Donatus Akamugri Atanga, Secretary and Madam Ophelia Atoklo, Deputy Secretary.

Present to grace the occasion were current and former Members of Parliament (MPs), and former government appointees including Mr Cletus Avoka, Mr Benson Tongo Baba, Mr Donald Adabere, Dr Dominic Akuritinga Ayine, Mr James Agalga, Mr Edward Baba among others.

Source: Ghana News Agency