Fantabulous female media reporter, Portia Gabor, has set her name in stone by winning the 2021 edition of GJA Journalist of the Year Award.
At the 26th edition of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) Awards occasion, which was held at the Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel in Accra, the outstanding reporter was elevated with the privilege.
The television news creation, “Beggers Paradise” featuring Portia Gabor, which was transmitted on TV3 over the course of the year whiles under analysis, was categorized as the best.
Her article named “Health for Wealth,” catapulted her to the summit of recognition, as she was additionally named the Health Journalist of the Year.
As she acknowledged her honor, she took the opportunity to extend her appreciation to Ghanaian journalists, who have shaped the mark of the field by redefining the standard of the practice on a higher level, hence, lauding her co-worker whom she worked with during her speech.
Prof. Ernest Aryeetey, a previous vice chancellor of the University of Ghana, chaired the event, thusly, the 26th GJA Awards.
Walking the Path Towards Ghana’s Economic Recovery: The Role of the Media is the theme of the 26th GJA Awards.
Numerous dignitaries went to the event, including Justice of the Supreme Court (JSC) Yonny Kulendi, and US Ambassador to Ghana, Virginia E. Palmer.
Carefully take a gander at the list of winners at the GJA Awards 2022, as seen below respectively;
GJA/PAV Ansah Journalist of the Year
Portia Gabor (TV3)
Komla Dumor Most Promising Journalist Award
Emmanuel Koranteng (JoyNews)
Female Journalist of the Year
Francisca Enchill (JoyNews/Freelance)
Special Award by GJA President
James Nortey (GJA Staff at the Ghana International Press Centre)
Best TV Programme in English
Newsfile (Joy News/Joy FM)
Best TV/Radio Programme in Ga
Best TV/Radio Programme in Akan
Di Asa (Atinka TV)
Kester Aburam Korankye (Daily Graphic) – Indiscipline unabated, motorway without rules
Beatrice Senaju (GBC) – Bomfobiri wildlife sanctuary, beauty in the wild
Samuel Amoh (Adom TV) – Rejected over elephantiasis – the story of Aziz Entsie
Benedicta A. Gyimah (Ghanaian Times) – Cost of pesticides
Richard Kwadwo Nyarko (Joy News) – When the last fish is caught
Portia Gabor (TV3) – Wealth for health
Environment and Science
Godwin Asediba (GHOne TV) – Sanitation crisis in public toilets
Business and Economics
Daryl Kwawu (Joy News) – The unemployment challenge
Geoffrey Buta (Ghanaian Times) – Five-hour downpour destruction
Francisca Enchill (Joy Prime / Freelance ) – Pay or die: Agony of pregnant women in hospitals
Joseph Armstrong Alorgbey (TV3) – Contractor fails to hand over school block to
Juliet Bawuah (TV3) – Rugby at the beach
Best in Democracy Reporting
Seth J. Bokpe (Fourth Estate) – Testing the RTI Law
Solomon Joojo Cobinna (Joy News) – Searching for the witch hunters
Albert Oppong Mensah (GNA) – COP26: Why Ghana’s still voice
Mavis Ofei Akyeampong – Frontline workers
Peggy Ama Donkor (GTV) – Highway Robbery in the far east of the Bono East Region
Kester Aburam Korankye (Daily Graphic) – Attaining Efficient transport system, has the BRT collapsed
News Reporting (Online)
Emmanuel Bonney (Graphic Online) – Invasion of street beggars in Accra
News Reporting (Radio)
Ridwan K. Osman (EIB Network) –
News Reporting (Television)
Portia Gabor (TV3) – Beggar’s Paradise
News Reporting (Print)
Maclean Kwofi (Daily Graphic) – Covid-19 Protocol missing at Kotoka International Airport