Ghana Journalists Association Awards 2015 – Full list of Winners

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A selected number of journalists (registered members of the Ghana Journalists Association) were awarded last night at the association’s annual awards ceremony which seeks to reward outstanding journalists for their contributions in making the society a better one.

The awards ceremony which was held at the Banquet Hall in Accra was attended by the President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama and chaired by Most. Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Asante.

Check below for the full list of winners.

Seth J. Bokpe – GJA Komla Dumor Most Promising Young Journalist Award

Seth Kwame Boateng (Joy FM) Features on Radio – (Bloody land)

Seth Kwame Boateng – Features on Television (I shake I walk)

Gabriel Ahiabor (Daily Graphic) – (Energy self-sufficiency; village of Dadekokpe)

Gabriel Ahiabor (Daily Graphic) – Agriculture – (Watermelon not just water and sugar)

Joseph Opoku Gakpo (Joy FM) – Poverty alleviation (Millennium)

Abdul Moomen (GTV) – Human rights – (Killing the spirit of children)

Wendy Laryea (TV3) – Education – (The waiting is over)

Wendy Laryea (TV3) – Digital journalism – (From floor to desk)

Rebecca Awuah (GBC) – Arts and Tourism

Elvis Darko (Finder) – Courts and crime (One woman, two husbands)

Mabel Aku Baneseh (Daily Graphic) – Anti-corruption – (Rot at National Service Scheme)

Daniel Nanor (Chronicle) – Environment – (Galamsey)

Kwetey Nartey(Joy FM) – Investigative Reporting – (Red light beats)

Kwetey Nartey (Joy FM) – Narcotics – (Narcotic school boys)

Jamila Akweley (Daily Guide) Liquid gold best food ever

Zadok K. Gyesi (Daily Graphic) Small and Medium Enterprise (Unnoticed gold mining)

Samuel Adadi Akapule (GNA)

Della Rusell Ocloo (Daily Graphic) – Sanitation – (Ongoing battle with Zinginshor)

David Andoh (Myjoyonline) – Photography – (Two motorbikes in head-on collision)

Kafui Kaney (GNA) – Rural reporting; Child labour – (Kids abandon school)

Alberto Mario Noretti (Ghanaian Times) – Rural reporting – (Dabi dabi where no one dies)

Doreen Hammond (Daily Graphic) – Education (print) – (The state of libraries)

Samuel Kyei Boateng (Daily Graphic) News (print)

Ayele Ayittey ( TV Africa) – Disability ( Who leans sign language)

Nii A. Klu (GBC Obonu) Best Ga programme

Nana Konadu Agyemang ( Taxis as hearse)

Moses Dotse Aklorbortu (Daily Graphic) -Oil and gas (Oil rigs beg for decommissioning)

Felix Klutse ( Business Day) – Indigenous banks

Benedict Owusu (Joy FM) – Sports (Age cheating)

Rebecca Ekpe (GBC ) Local governance

Picture Credit: Myjoyonline

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