Fast-rising Ghanaian Blogger and CEO of Sintim Media, Bismark Botchwey, better known in the media space as Sintim has grabbed his debut international partnership project with the British Broadcasting Corporation.
The central region based blogger who hails from Agona Odoben on Monday, 5th October 2020 took to his official Facebook page to announce his first international partnership project he had with BBC News Pidgin.
Sintim in his post indicated that he joined ace BBC Journalist Favour E. Nunoo to shoot a short documentary about Elizabeth Yamoah, the 57-year-Old JHS graduate who recently completed Agona Odoben Presby JHS.
The two minutes documentary was shot at the oldest BECE Graduate’s village at Kojo Kuma and Agona Odoben where scenes were shot at Odoben Presby A JHS together with School heads and teachers.
The Chief Editor at SintimMedia.Com, Sintim who doubles as a publicist to a couple of emerging Artistes in the music industry has been one of the greatest social media influencers in Ghana who contributed to making Elizabeth Yamoah, the 57year Old JHS graduate go viral on social media.
The vibrant blogger embarked on several media tours at radio and TV stations including, UTV, CTV, Okay FM, Accra FM, Class FM, and Hope FM together with the 57-year old graduate, Elizabeth Yamoah which gave her massive exposure and more admirations from the public.
After the media tour in Accra, Sintim was contacted by Mr. Favour E. Nunoo, Ace BBC Journalist where they had a collaborative documentary project about the story of Elizabeth Yamoah.
The documentary was premiered by Bbc News Pidgin on Monday, 5th October 2020.
Sintim, born Bismark Botchwey is a professional geography teacher, blogger, publicist, digital marketer, social media influencer, an expert in public relations, an entrepreneur, and CEO of Sintim Media.