Indegineous Investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas was adjudged the best journalist of the year 2015 last Saturday at the 21st Ghana Journalist Awards (GJA).
Anas Aremeyaw Anas won for his investigative work which captured about 180 workers of the judiciary, including 34 judges, receiving bribes to influence cases.
The ace journalist took home a new Hyundai SUV Tucson provided by Ideal Finance.
Team yooyooafrica.com congratulates him and his crew for a great work done.
Below are the full list of winners last night at the GJA…..
Overall best journalist:Anas Aremeyaw Anas
Best journalist in sports [radio]:Benedict Owusu [Joy news] – Juju in football
Best journalist in sports [print]:John Vigah [Graphic] – Accra sports stadium: A death trap
Photojournalism:Samuel Tei Adenoh [Ghanaian Times] – Crossing the deadly Madina-Adentan road
Human rights:Gabriel Obodai Togbor Ashong [Metro TV] – Neglected souls
Health:A.B. Kafui [GNA] – Poison in a calabash
Education [print]:Emmanuel Baah [Daily Graphic] – Acquiring knowledge the perilous way
Crime and court:Beatrice Adu [Joy FM] – Corrosive love
Telecommunication:Samuel Ablodepay [Daily Graphic] – Technology to define future banking.
News reporting print:Grace Sogbey [The Revelation newspaper] – No preaching
Sustainable development goals:Joseph Opoku Gakpo [Multimedia] – Jungle poor.
Teachers [print]:Kofi Yeboah [The Revelation newspaper]
Rural reporting:Kafui Kanyi [GNA] – My baby my farm.
Environment:Seth Kwame Boateng [Multimedia] – Candidate for death
Best Investigative report:John Vegah [Ghanaian Times] – Hazardous waste
SME:Famous Kwesi Atitsobi [Multimedia] – Juice from the baobab.
Oil and Gas:Dotse Kobla Aklobotu [Graphic Business] – Why Ghana must invest in oil business.
Agriculture:Gabriel Ahiabor [Daily Graphic] – Fish for livelihood
Financial reporter:Elvis Darko [The Finder] – Government cripples bank.
Best print layout:The Finder newspaper
News reporting electronic:Seth Kwame Boateng [Multimedia] -Talented arts in prison.
Teachers for television:Seth Kwame Boateng [Multimedia] – Locked and forgotten.
Arts entertainment and tourism:Famous Atitsobi [Multimedia] – Mole Ghana’s wide life for tourism.
Best reporter in science:Rebecca Quaye [Daily Graphic] – Clinical trials not rocket science
Sanitation and hygiene:Rebecca Awuah – GBC 24.
GJA Komla Dumor Most Promising Journalist:Maxwell Akalaare Adombila
Honorary awards:Good morning GhanaViasat1
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