CMG’s Naa Atwei Oduro, Nana Agyen Barima win Foklex awards

Two presenters with Class Media Group’s (CMG) Accra100.5FM have been awarded at the eighth edition of the Foklex Media Awards. Naa Atwei Oduro and Nana Agyen Barima (De senator) won the Female Newscaster of the Year Award, Greater Accra; and the Male Newscaster of the Year, Greater Accra; respectively...


Two presenters with Class Media Group’s (CMG) Accra100.5FM have been awarded at the eighth edition of the Foklex Media Awards.

Naa Atwei Oduro and Nana Agyen Barima (De senator) won the Female Newscaster of the Year Award, Greater Accra; and the Male Newscaster of the Year, Greater Accra; respectively.

Held at the National Theatre on Saturday, 13 April 2019, the awards scheme organised by Foklex Media Production, was aimed at recognising personalities who excelled in the media space in the year under review.

Other media men and women from across the country were also awarded on the night.


Source: Ghana/ClassFMonline.com/91.3FM



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