Skip to main content

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 www.mpwrshow.com. 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.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Barbering Salons, bridging the unemployment gap in Ghana

By: Fred Yaw Sarpong Barbering business in Ghana is money making venture, depending on the location of the shop. Various barbering shops scattered across the country charges according to the location of the shop. The nature and sustainability of every barbering shop depends on the location of the shop. The location will determine how much one can charge a customer for barbering his or her hair. Checks indicate that some barbering shops located at Spintex, East Legon and Osu Oxford street charges between GHc15.00 and GHc20.00 per hair cut. At South La Estate, it will cost a customer to pay GHc4.00 for hair cut, while one will have to pay GHc3.00 to barber his or her hair at a place like Nima, Maamobi and Mallam Gbawe. Royal Vulture Executive Barbering Salon is one of the biggest barbering salons one can locate within Accra. One is its shops is located at Madina, near Taxi rank while one is located at Accra New Town, near the Post Office. Customers at Madina pay GHc7.00

Akosombo dam, others increase malaria- Study

By: Fred Yaw Sarpong- Daily Express A study published by five authors in this month’s Malaria Journal has revealed that over one million people in sub-Saharan Africa will contract malaria this year because they live near a large dam. The study for the first time has correlated the location of large dams with the incidence of malaria and quantified impacts across the region. According to the study, some research identified increased malarial incidence near major sub-Saharan dams such as the Akosombo Dam in Ghana, the Koka Dam in Ethiopia and the Kamburu Dam in Kenya. “But until now, no attempt has been made to assess the cumulative effect of large dam building on malaria,” said the journal.     The study, however noted that construction of an expected 78 major new dams in sub-Saharan Africa over the next few years will lead to an additional 56,000 malaria cases annually. The researchers, Solomon Kibret , Jonathan Lautze , Matthew McCartney ,   G. Glenn Wilso

GSS undertakes statistics on new facilities in the country

By: Fred Yaw Sarpong The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) is undertaken statistics on facilities that were not established during the 2010 Population and Housing Census and as well as those that have been misplaced after the census. This is to identify new schools, car terminals, markets, hospitals, police stations, clinics, offices, high buildings, water sources and among others in a particular enumeration area. The enumeration area is where the project is taken place. Mr Anthony Amuzu, the Director of Survey Census Organization at the GSS told Daily Express in Accra that after every census programme statistical service updates its field maps to conform the current state of the population. ‘Currently we want to move away from paper maps to digitized maps and this will allow us put those facilities we have identified in various enumeration areas on the digitized maps,’ he stated. Mr Amuzu said there are team of mappers in the field who are collecting dat