4 Multimedia journalists win at 2017 GJA Awards

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Some four Multimedia journalists have received awards at the ongoing GJA awards ceremony ongoing at the banquet hall of the State House in Accra.

A total of 35 journalists from television, radio, print and online media are being recognized for their hard work in producing compelling stories in 2016.

Joy News’ Latif Iddrisu has received awards for best reporter anti narcotic.

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.

President of the association Affail Monney disclosed ahead of the ceremony, the best journalist of the year will recieve a house and an SUV car.

Other award winners include;

Seth Bokpe, Daily Graphic- Best Agriculture report

Alice Aryittey, GHOne TV picked two awards for Best Feature, Education and Investigative Reporting.

Peter Kwao Adator, TV3- Best Health Report

Jamila Akweley Oketchire, Daily Guide- Best Sanitation and Hygiene Report.

The overall best journalist is yet to be announced.