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22.08.2010 General News

Metro TV's Samuel Agyeman wins Best Journalist 2009

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Samuel Agyeman receives the Prof. P.A.V. Ansah/GJA 2009 Best Journalist of the Year award from Vice President John Dramani Mahama. Looking on is Mr. Kwaku Boateng of Unilever Ghana, sponsor of the award.
AUG 22, 2010 GENERAL NEWS
Samuel Agyeman receives the Prof. P.A.V. Ansah/GJA 2009 Best Journalist of the Year award from Vice President John Dramani Mahama. Looking on is Mr. Kwaku Boateng of Unilever Ghana, sponsor of the award.


Journalist Samuel Agyeman of Metropolitan Television based in Accra emerged 2009 Best Journalist of the Year at the 15th Ghana Journalists Association Awards Night held at the Banquet Hall of the State House in Accra.

The celebration, sponsored by telecoms giant, MTN and several other corporate bodies, was under the theme: Unethical Journalism and Corruption in the Media: A Danger to Democracy.

Other award winners are:
News Reporting TV – Portia Solomon (TV3)
News Reporting Print – Francis Tuffour (Ghanaian Times)

News Reporting (Radio) – Evans Mensah (Joy FM)
Features (Radio)- Kingsley Obeng Kyere (GBC)
Features (TV) – Samuel Agyemang (Metro TV)
Features (Print) – Doreen Allotey (Daily Graphic)
Investigative Reporting - Pete Dela Tenge (Metro TV)

Sports Reporting – Maurice Quansah – (Daily Graphic)

Arts, Entertainment and Domestic Tourism - Kofi Akpabli - Freelance

Photo Journalism – Gabriel Ahiabor (Daily Graphic)
Sports Reporting – Maurice Quansah – (Daily Graphic)

Business, Finance and Economic Reporting – Edward Nyarko (GTV)

Small and Micro Scale Enterprises - Esther Awuah – (Business Guide

Environment – Emelia Abbey (Daily Guide)
Health Reporting – Lucy Adoma Yeboah – (Daily Graphic)

HIV/AIDS Reporting – Gertrude Anka – (Ghanaian Observer)

Development Journalism for advancing MDGs - Portia Solomon - (TV3)

Rural Reporting – Samuel Akapule – (GNA)



Other Winners












Samuel Dowuona of Adom FM (formerly with GNA), Samuel Agyeman of Metro TV and Evans Mensah of Joy FM pose with their awards at the 15th GJA Awards.







Crime and Court Reporting – Kingsley Hope - (Ghanaian Times)

Hygiene and Sanitation – Dzifa Azumah (GNA)
Disability Reporting – Issah Shaibu – (GBC)
Telecommunications – Samuel Dowuona (GNA)
Anti-Corruption – Anas Aremeyaw Anas (New Crusading Guide)

Education - Isabella Owusu-Oppong – (GTV)
Features – Vicky Wirekoh Andoh – (Daily Graphic)
Cartoonist – Akosua – (Daily Guide)
Best Layout and Design newspaper – (Daily Graphic)
Best Rural Radio Station – Radio Peace (Winneba)
Human Rights - Sunrise Radio (Koforidua)
Democracy and Peace – (Citi FM)
Best Radio Programme in Akan – Wo haw ne sen (Peace FM)

Best Radio Programme in Dagbane - Diamond FM - (Tamale)

Best Radio Programme (Talk) - Kusum Gboo Obonu FM







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