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A1 Radio’s Mark Smith honoured at maiden Upper East Youth Excellence Awards

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Host of the Day Break Upper East Show on A1 Radio, a subsidiary of the Agreed Best Communication Company, Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith, has been recognized for his “outstanding dedication to youth development through impactful media initiatives.”

This recognition came at the recently concluded Upper East Youth Excellence Awards. According to the organizers of the award scheme, Mr. Smith’s “tireless efforts have left an indelible mark on the community, shaping the future with an unwavering commitment to meaningful storytelling and engagement.”

The event, held on December 9, 2023, aimed to inspire the future generation of leaders.

The awards ceremony showcased the talent, hard work, and commitment displayed by young people across various fields, ranging from academics to entrepreneurship, arts to sports, and community service to innovation. The evening brought together a diverse group of individuals who have made significant contributions to the Upper East region and have become role models for their peers.

With the theme “Recognizing Achievements and Inspiring the Future,” the event provided a platform to acknowledge the accomplishments of these exceptional individuals and propel them towards even greater success.

When Mr. Smith spoke to this website, he reminded broadcast journalists to be mindful of their duty to have discussions that quicken the pace of development in the spaces they find themselves in.

“I am grateful to the organizers behind this awards scheme for this recognition. As a host of the Day Break Upper East Show, my team and I are continually conscious of the role we play, or rather, have to play, to further the development of the Upper East Region. We are conscious of how much power we have when we sit behind the microphones and are committed to living up to expectations. It is difficult to continually have meaningful conversations that drive development because this would mean ruffling the feathers of many. But we are committed to making an impact and improving the space within which we find ourselves. I am excited that all that we do is recognized by the society we serve. It is a challenge to do more. I sincerely hope that my colleague broadcast journalists can continue to have the difficult conversations that are needed to further development,” he said.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Ghana

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