Media General’s, Josephine Antwi-Adjei has been adjudged the best Fisheries Reporter at the maiden Ghana Journalists Association Awards for the Tema branch.
She was nominated alongside 14 other journalists from the electronic and print media.
Her story titled ”fishing vessel hijacked” which brought to light the fact that piracy was a serious crime on West African sea won her the award.
Josephine Antwi Adjei has been the Tema correspondent for TV3 for close to seven years, exposing social ills and reporting accurately on industrial and port related matters as well as socio-economic and political issues confronting communities within Tema and beyond.
The awards ceremony was under the theme “Addressing the woes of the Industries: the role of stakeholders and the media”. The event saw seasoned journalist in Tema converging.
The chairman of Tema Region GJA, Dominic Hlordzi mentioned the importance of rewarding hardwork and excellence cannot be over emphasized
”As we march towards the goal of perfection, awarding good works is critical,” adding that our works have engendered several policy initiatives and actions that have culminated into the development of the area.
Deputy Transport Minister, Daniel Nii Kwartei Titus- Glover who was the guest of honor lauded the media for their role and asked them to become ambassadors of change.
Honorary awards were presented to some veteran journalists including Richard Atenkah formerly of Chronicle, Felicia Mcwan Anamoah of GBC and Felicia Yeboah for GNA.
Source: 3news.com | Ghana