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A1 Radio’s Joshua Asaah, Moses Apiah, and David Azure nominated for GJA awards

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 Joshua Asaah, Head of News and Editor at A1 Radio, Moses Apiah, News Reporter and Executive Producer of the Day Break Upper East Show, and David Azure, Producer of A1 Radio’s major news bulletin, News Link, have been nominated for the Upper East Regional GJA Awards, scheduled for Friday, October 6th, 2023.

The trio is among seven other journalists nominated for the 2nd edition of the GJA Awards. The rest of the nominees are Castro Senyalah (Asaase Radio), Nicholas Azebire (Dreamz FM), Anthony Adongo Apubeo (Ghana News Agency), Simon Agana Blessing (Word FM), Chidozie Stephen (ApexNewsGh), Albert Sore (JoyNews & Joy FM), and Nelson Abagna (GBC URA Radio).

With a total of 19 award categories, 17 of these awards will be presented to the 10 individual journalists, while two will be awarded to media houses, and five honorary awards will be given during the ceremony. This information was revealed after the award vetting committee, led by Prof. David Millar, founder and president of Millar Open University, completed its work.

The committee’s responsibility included receiving and reviewing entries submitted by the applicants. These entries covered the work done by journalists in the Upper East Region from January 1st to December 31st, 2022. After one month of rigorous vetting, the committee submitted its report to the Regional GJA Chairman, William Nlanjerbor Jalulah.

The award ceremony, scheduled for Friday at the GNAT hall, will be chaired by the Regional Patron of the GJA and Paramount Chief of the Tongo Traditional Area, His Royal Highness Tongraan Kugbilsong Nanlebegtang. The Guest of Honor will be the Minister for Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah. A delegation from the GJA at the national level is also expected to attend.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHZ|David Azure|Bolgatanga|

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