ALTEC Inc, others confirm participation at JIFORM summit


ALTEC Global Inc, a foremost immigration consulting firm based in Toronto, Canada, International Organization for Migration (IOM) Nigeria, Gambia and Ghana, top media institutions, Journalists and other personalities, have confirmed participation at the African media summit being organized by the Journalists International Forum For Migration(JIFORM) in partnership with the NEKOTECH Center of Excellence, Ghana slated for Accra International Conference on February 25-26, 2021.

Led by Susan Gong, ALTEC provides immigration consultancy services and has tremendous success records over the years. The earlier date for the event January 21-22, 2021 was shifted as confirmed by the President of JIFORM, Ajibola Abayomi owing to the burial ceremony of the former Ghana President, His Excellence John Jerry Rawlings kicking off at the Conference Center between January 21-26.

The JIFORM President described the late leader as “an achiever and liberator globally acknowledged for his passion for African development. We would forever miss his leadership charisma. May his soul finds solace in heaven as he would be committed to the mother-earth on January 27″ he prayed.

In a statement issued in Accra by the Chairman of JIFORM, Ghana who doubles as Media chair of the event, Fred Smith, on Thursday explained that all efforts were being tailored to the success of summit themed Labour Migration: Shifting the paradigm to the benefits of Africans that has Ghana President, Nana Addo Akuffo; Chairman of Nigeria House of Representatives Committee on Diaspora matter, Hon Tolulope Akande-Sadipe; Dr Reverend A.K Ocansey, member African union committee on Labour-Migration; Professor Patrick Lumumba from Kenya and former Canada Minister of Immigration and Citizenship, Hon Gerry Weiner as speakers.

Smith said top personalities and organizations both within and beyond Africa had confirmed participation. They include the African Union Advisory Committee on Labour-Migration, Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS); Center for Migration Studies, Ghana University; Diaspora Innovation Institute, America and other corporate institutions.