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YFM’s Emmanuel Gamor is the Best Male Blogger of the Year

Emmanuel Agbeko Gamor, host of Empower (MPwr) show on Y107.9 FM has been adjudged Best Male Blogger of the Year at the recently held Ghana Blogging and Social Media Awards.
The talented YFM presenter emerged the winner of the award after beating several contenders including award winning celebrity blogger, Ameyaw Debrah in that category.
Gamor expressed his appreciation for the recognition given him and outshining competitors in one of the most significant categories in the Awards.

“We are in an era where the Internet has given so much more for us to stay interactive with our listeners, colleagues, and friends in our daily endeavours. As a Radio show host, being social media and blog inclined is a requisite to becoming successful with your audiences. I am honoured to receive the Best Male Blogger of the Year award. I will urge all Mpwr show listeners and YFM fans to keep following the show on air and online at We hope to broadening our presence online and stay even more interactive with our listeners”, he said.
Meanwhile, Y 107.9 FM was nominated in the Best Facebook, Best Instagram and Media House with Best Social Media Presence categories.
The Blogging and Social Media Awards are geared towards recognizing the trends in the Ghana Blogosphere and Social Media space in the year 2013.
The Mpwr show is an exciting interactive youth program which airs every Sunday at 9pm on Y107.9FM. The show gives young people a voice on critical social issues.


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