GJA releases award winners; TV3 represented strongly

L-R: Evelyn Tengmaa, Portia Gabor, Peter Quao Adattor[/caption] A total of 39 individuals and nine media organizations have been nominated by the Ghana Journalists Association to be honoured at the 24th GJA Media Awards. The event has been slated for Saturday, November 23, 2019 at Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City in Accra. The chairperson of the 24th media awards committee, Mrs. Betty Apau-Oppong who announced the nominees at a news conference in Accra Monday said the nominees were selected from 368 entries submitted in various categories. The nominees, dominated by state-owned Daily Graphic and Ghana News Agency, had three journalists of Ghana’s leading private TV station, TV3: Portia Gabor, Evelyn Tengmaa and Peter Quao Adattor The TV3, a brand of Media General, was also nominated by the awards committee. The award nominees are as follows:

  1. Alice Aryeetey, GHOne TV
  2. Abigail Annoh, Ghanaian Times
  3. B. Kafui Kanyi, GNA
  4. Adu Gyamfi Marfo, Osagyefo FM
  5. Alberto Mario Noretti, The Spectator
  6. Albert Oppong-Ansah, GNA
  7. Albert Futukpor, GNA
  8. Anim Addo, UTV
  9. Beryl Ernestina Richter, Joy News
  10. Clara Mlano, GTV
  11. Charles Benoni Okine, Graphic Business
  12. Charles Andoh, The Mirror
  13. Doreen Hammond, Daily Graphic
  14. Edmund Smith-Asante, Daily Graphic
  15. Evelyn Tengmaa, TV3
  16. Geoffrey Buta, The Spectator
  17. Grace Nana Esi Boateng, Oman FM
  18. Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng, GTV
  19. John Vigah, Ghanaian Times
  20. Justice Baidoo, Joy News
  21. Kester Aburam Korankye, Graphic Business
  22. Kingsley Hope, Ghanaian Times
  23. Kofi Amoah, TV Africa
  24. Maclean Kwofi, Graphic Business
  25. Maxwell Akalaare Adombila, Graphic Business
  26. Moses Dotsey Aklorbortu, Graphic Business
  27. Nabil Ahmed Rufai, GHOne TV
  28. Nana Konadu Agyeman, Daily Graphic
  29. Peter Quao Adattor, TV3
  30. Portia Garbo, TV3
  31. Prosper Kuorsoh, GNA
  32. Rebecca Kwei, The Mirror
  33. Robert Tachie-Menson Jnr, GNA
  34. Samuel Adadi Akapule, Ghanaian Times
  35. Kabu Nartey, Student Journalist (GU)
  36. Kwaku Osei Bonsu, GNA
  37. Seth Kwame Boateng Joy News
  38. Ina Thalia Quansah Joy News
  39. Janet Abena Quainoo
  40. Citi FM
  41. TV3
  42. GNA
  43. GHOne TV
  44. Daily Graphic
  45. UTV
  46. GTV
  47. Peace FM
  48. Atinka Tv
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Source: 3news.com | Ghana]]>