The Executive Producer of the Daybreak Upper East Show on A1 Radio, Moses Apiah, was awarded the “Best Education Reporter of the Year” title at the 2nd edition of the Upper East Regional GJA (Ghana Journalists Association) Awards held in Bolgatanga.
Mr. Apiah, who was among several talented contestants vying for the coveted award, expressed his gratitude and dedication to using his extensive journalistic experience to make a difference in both the formal and informal sectors of education.
His passion for reporting on educational issues has not only been recognized but also celebrated by his peers and the community at large.
“It is all about making a difference in society, and I will continue to do my part with the support of stakeholders in the educational sector and policy implementers alike.”
Moses Apiah, a seasoned news reporter, has been an integral part of the A1 Radio team for several years. He is known for his dedication to bringing important stories to the forefront, especially those related to education in the Upper East Region.
His commitment to delivering informative and insightful news has garnered him a significant following among listeners.
In addition to his role at A1 Radio, Mr. Apiah also contributes his expertise to Classfm in Accra, the national capital, where he continues to make a meaningful impact on journalism in Ghana.
His dedication to his craft and his unwavering commitment to reporting on educational matters have set a standard for excellence in the field.
The recognition of Moses Apiah’s contributions to journalism in the Upper East Region serves as an inspiration to young and aspiring journalists who hope to make a difference through their work.
Mr. Apiah’s success is a testament to the power of storytelling and the importance of highlighting issues that shape the future of communities.
The 2nd edition of the Upper East Regional GJA Awards was a testament to the talent and dedication of journalists in the region. It celebrated not only the winners but also the role of journalism in shaping society and providing a voice to the voiceless.
As Moses Apiah takes home the award for “Best Education Reporter of the Year,” he does so with a renewed commitment to his craft and a promise to continue making a positive impact through his journalism.
“I will continue to inspire and inform the public, contributing to the betterment of education in the Upper East Region and beyond.”
The 2022 Upper East Regional GJA Awards held in partnership with the main sponsor – the SHARE Project being implemented by Right to Play, FAWE, FHI 360 and WaterAid Ghana with sponsorship from Global Affairs Canada. Other sponsors are, Afrikids Ghana, Earl International Group (Ghana) Gold Mining Ltd, MTN Ghana, Silas Amoah Foundation, Endswell Pharmacy, Youth Harvest Foundation, VRA/NEDCO, Widows and Orphans Movement, Participatory Action for Rural Development Alternatives (PARDA), Bolgatanga Municipal Assembly.
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