Ghaniaan IFAJ/Alltech Young Leader wins Best Journalist of the Year

Prince Appiah, who works for Multimedia Group Limited (Luv FM), was recently awarded as the Ashanti Region’s Journalist of the Year for 2018.

He led a six-member team from the Multimedia Group Limited which brought in ten awards at the inaugural regional media excellence celebration, with Prince Appiah picking up four honours: Best in Small and Medium Enterprise (SMEs) reporting, Best in Broadcast feature for radio and the Best in Broadcast News reporting along with being named overall Best Journalist for the Ashanti region.

Prince Appiah is an integral member and a leader of the (GARDJA) and he is one of the ten recipients of the 2019 IFAJ/Alltech Young Leaders in Agricultural Journalism Award.

The award by the International Federation of Agriculture Journalist (IFAJ) honors young agricultural journalists and communicators who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in reporting as well as excellent potential as leaders of the industry in the years to come.

In all 22 awards were up for grabs from 99 entries by 23 journalists. Eight of the Ghana Agriculture and Rural Development Association (GARDJA) guild members in the Ashanti region received various categories of awards from the inaugural Ashanti regional chapter of Ghana Journalists Association GJA awards program on 31 May 2019.

Richmond Frimpong (à gauche), président de la GARDJA, recevant son prix de 2e finaliste dans la catégorie du journalisme agricole du vice-ministre de l'Agriculture, l'honorable George Oduro.
Prince Appiah (à gauche) recevant son prix du vice-ministre de l'Agriculture, l'honorable George Oduro, à titre de Journaliste de l'année 2018 de la région Ashanti.
Ibrahim Abubakar (à gauche), lauréat du prix du meilleur reportage télévisé et 1er finaliste dans la catégorie du journalisme agricole aux Ghana Journalists Association Awards.