Some four Multimedia journalists also received awards.
Joy News’ Latif Iddrisu received award for best reporter anti narcotic. He was also awarded for his role in the anti-galamsey fight. Seth Kwame Boateng received the best feature award, for his ‘Left to Rot’ documentary, a sequel to the ground breaking Locked and Forgotten documentary he did on the country’s prisons.
Joy Sports’ Benedict Owusu also picked up the award for best Sports Journalist, broadcast category, with Myjoyonline.com’s David Andoh winning the best photo journalist award.
Best Agriculture report – Seth Bokpe (Daily Graphic)
Best Feature, Education and Investigative Reporting – Alice Aryittey (GHOne)
Best Health Report – Peter Kwao Adator (TV3)
Best Sanitation and Hygiene Report – Jamila Akweley Oketchire (Daily Guide)
Most promising journalist – Portia Gabor (TV3)
Best Talk Show TV – Good Evening Ghana (Metro TV)
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