The Ghana Journalists Association’s (GJA) annual awards came off on Saturday, November 12. The Multimedia Group Limited (MGL) bagged seven awards at the event.

While Best TV Programme in English went to Newsfile, which is aired on both JoyNews and JoyFM, Emmanuel Koranteng from the newsroom was awarded the Komla Dumor Most Promising Journalist of the Year.

For the Business and Economics category, Daryl Kwawu with the JoyNews Business Unit took home an award for his story – The unemployment challenge. This was followed by another prestigious award going to Solomon Joojo Cobbinah for his documentary – Searching for the witch hunters.

Today on The Probe, Emefa Apawu and her guests celebrate MGL’s recent achievements at the GJA Awards.

Meanwhile, Richard Kwadwo Nyarko took away an award in the Agriculture category whiles Francisca Enchill (Joy Prime/ Freelance) was recognised for her investigative piece, Pay or die: Agony of pregnant women in hospitals.

Madam Francisca was also named the Best Female Journalist for the Year.

Erastus Asare Donkor of the Kumasi unit of The Multimedia Group was honoured for the documentary that highlighted the devastating effects of the ‘galamsey’ menace- ‘Destruction for Gold’.

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