– Emmanuel Kaiser, a graduate of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, has been honoured as the most promising PR student
– Kaiser graduated with first class honours in Communication Studies, with an option in Public Relations
– His life has not been that rosy, as he had to sell coconuts and perform other menial tasks in order to survive
The story of Emmanuel Kaiser, the founder and chief executive officer of Kaiser Media, is not that of those born with silver spoons in the mouths.
Popularly known as Kaiser, he defied the odds and graduated with first class honours from the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ).
Specializing in Communication Studies with the option of Public Relations, his efforts were rewarded with success as he took home the award for the most promising PR student on Saturday, July 27, 2019.
Kaiser Media is one of Ghana’s leading startup social media marketing agencies and the owner also served as the financial secretary of the GIJ-SRC Weekend School.
Kaiser reveals that very little can be done if one lacks hope and confidence. In his opinion, achievement is always possible if one has faith and optimism.
For that reason, he went on, even though he knew the ‘Why’, he was clueless about the ‘How’, and therefore kept pressing on to be the best.
Per a report by primenewsghana.com, Kaiser adds that it takes sweat, hardwork, determination and other positive attributes to achieve an objective.
Starting his academic journey in 2015, he involved himself in several odd jobs just to survive.
Kaiser disclosed that he sold coconuts on a truck, worked in casinos as a bartender, cleaned and washed plates in hotels and waited in restaurants in order to earn an income.
He expressed his gratitude to God, his family, friends and lecturers who supported, mentored and counseled him.
In other news, Sicley Williams relocated from Atlanta in the United States of America (USA) to Ghana in the year 2017.
She has been a main player in the “Year of Return” agenda set by the Nana Akufo-Addo-led administration.
According to her, moving to Ghana has been a contributor to the healing process for her as it helped reduce if not eliminate her ancestral trauma.
Williams revealed she now helps other African-Americans to relocate to Ghana.
This, meanwhile, coincides with Ghana’s decision to welcome African-Americans abroad with open arms.