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The Institute of Public Relations, IPR Ghana, has marked its 25th anniversary with a call on practitioners to imbibe best practices to reflect 21st century corporate governance.

The anniversary is also serving as a platform for members to brainstorm on how the association can build strong ties between the organisation and stakeholders.

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