President John Dramani Mahama has appointed former BBC presenter, Ben Dotse Malor as Senior Communications Adviser and Head of Communications at the Presidency, a statement from the Ministry of Information has said.
Mr Malor joins the Presidency with a wealth of experience, expertise and accomplishments from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and the United Nations (UN), where he has been serving as the Chief Executive Producer of UN Radio.
Mr. Malor was also Communications Adviser to the President of the 66th Session of the UN General Assembly.
Among other duties at the UN, he served for two years from September 2006 with the UN Mission in Liberia, as Spokesperson and Deputy Chief of Public Information.
He also served for a year as an Associate Spokesperson for UN Secretary-‐General Ban Ki-‐moon.
Before joining the UN in January 2003, Mr Dotse Malor distinguished himself as a vibrant and popular voice across many programmes at the BBC World service, where he rose to the position of Deputy Editor of Focus On Africa.