Nov 11, 2014, 10:05 AM
Coast Radio’s head of sports, Hagie Drammeh, was appointed Ambassador of the
International Sport Media Club (ISMC) in The Gambia, on Monday.
The news of Mr. Drammeh’s appointment was welcomed by many of his followers and colleagues who took to social media to congratulate and express their delight about his appointment.
When contacted by Point Sports, Mr. Drammeh said he started working with the ISMC in 2017 when he was invited by the Club to cover the 5th Asia Indoor and Martial Art Games in Turkmenistan.
The Sports File anchor thanked West Coast Radio proprietor Peter Gomez for showing him to the world, promising to work with other colleagues to promote and support sport reporters.
The International Sport Media Club was formed in 2017 with its headquarters in Tunisia. It started with 500 members and had their first meeting during the 5th Asia Indoor and Martial Art Games in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan in 2017.
The objective of the Club is to support the media across the globe in encouraging youth in sports and sports reporting.
The ISMC has 47 Ambassadors in different countries who promote and support young sport journalists who could be great future broadcasters.
In 2018, the ISMC organized its first media forum in Tunisia where over 57 people from all parts of the world participated. The second forum was held in Egypt with the number increasing to 78 participants from the world. It will hold its third forum in March 2020, before going for their first congress later the same year.
The club has 3700 members. The Club, which target 10, 000 members before three years, has 3700 so far but aims to reach every sports journalist in the world.