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Dr. Cryme Darlington Closes Radio and TV Awards in style

Dr Cryme, the headlining act for the maiden edition of the Radio and TV Personality Awards did not disappoint at the ceremony held at the State Banquet Hall on June 25.  He managed to pull the crowd off their seats after various awards had been handed out.  The forefront was filled with fans who had […]

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Dr Cryme, the headlining act for the maiden edition of the Radio and TV Personality Awards did not disappoint at the ceremony held at the State Banquet Hall on June 25.  He managed to pull the crowd off their seats after various awards had been handed out.  The forefront was filled with fans who had to wait till the end of the programme to see the Tema-based rapper perform.

Dr Cryme’s performed his latest song “Fre Me” for the first time ever at the ceremony, and it was well received due to its interactive nature. His hit song,”Kill Me Shy” couldn’t have been left out and the crowd enjoyed it accordingly. The rapper is set to start his album festival from July and will incorporate seminars, donations, corporate brand launch, autograph sessions and more. He will soon release two new singles “Command” and “Ekaa Kitikiti” before his official performance at Akwaaba UKs party in the Park to be held in London, in August..

Meanwhile the Radio and TV Personality Awards saw 26 deserving journalists or broadcasters awarded in the Competitive Category, 6 in the Non-Competitive category whiles 8 received Honorary Awards for outstanding contribution towards the development of Radio and Television in Ghana. Several personalities in the radio and television industry including the CEOs of Peace FM, Osei Kwame Despite, Crystal TV, Chief Crystal, TV Africa, Kwaw Ansah, TV3, Syad Ahmad Zayed Director of TV (GBC), Moses Gyapong and Multimedia Broadcasting, Kwesi Twum, were all honored at the maiden edition of the awards ceremony which the organizers are promising will be an annual event.

Below is the detailed list of winners for the first RTP Awards:

Radio Producer of the Year Category – Bills Gbgogli (Producer, Adom FM)

Radio News Editor of the Year Category – Abu Issa Monnie (Peace FM)

Radio Programmes Director of the Year Category – Daddy Bosco Occansey (Adom FM, now with Hitz FM)

Television Producer of the Year Category – Paa Kwesi Ackom (TV3)

Television News Editor of the Year Category – Emma Morrison (TV3)

Television Programmes Director of the Year Category – Jot Agyemang (eTV Ghana)

Radio Morning Show Host of the Year – Kwame Sefa Kayi (PeaceFM)

Radio Mid-Morning Show Host of the Year – Jessica Opare Saforo (Citi FM)

Radio Drive Time Show Host of the Year – Bola Ray (Joy FM)

Radio DJ of the Year – DJ Black (Joy FM)

Radio Sports Show Host of the Year – Joe Lakkar (Angel FM)

Radio Reggae Show Host of the Year – Blakk Rasta (Hitz FM)

Radio Gospel Show Host of the Year – Fiifi Folson (Sunny FM)

Radio Female Presenter of the Year – Doreen Andoh (Joy FM)

Radio Entertainment Talk Show Host of the Year – Akwesi Aboagye (Peace FM)

Radio Newscaster of the Year (Local Language) – Kojo Dickson (Peace FM)

Radio Newscaster of the Year (English Language) – Dzifa Bampoe (Joy FM)

Most Promising Radio Presenter of the Year – Miss Naa (Y-FM)

Radio Talk Show Host of the Year – Suhini Alhassan (Radio Gold)

Radio Presenter of the Year – Developmental Issues – Afia Konadu (PeaceFM)

Most Consistent Performer on Radio Over a Period of 5 years (+) – Kwame Adinkra (Angel FM)

Television Newscaster of the Year (Male) – Gideon Ayeequaye (eTV Ghana)

Television Newscaster of the Year (Female) – Gifty Anti (GTV)

Television Morning Show Host of the Year – Eric Don-Arthur (TV3 Sunrise)

Television Sports Show Host of the Year – Kwabena Yeboah (GTV Sports)

Television Talk Show Host of the Year – Kwaku Sekyi Addo (TV3 – Kwaku One-on-One)

Television Developmental Issue Show Host of the Year Category – Afia saa Sampene (GTV – Mmaa Nkomo)

Television Current Affairs Show Host of the Year – Paul Adom Otchere (Metro TV- Good Evening Ghana)

Television Female Presenter of the Year – Stacy Amoateng (TV3 Music Music)

Television Male Entertainment Show Host of the Year – Kwaku Sintim-Misa (KSM) – Metro TV-TGIF

Television Female Entertainment Show Host of the Year – Deloris Frimpong Manso (TV3 – Delay)

Most Promising Presenter of the Year on Television – Dzifa Smith (eTV – Late Nite Celebrity Show)

Lifetime Achievement Award – Tommy Annan Forson

RTP Personality of the Year Category – Topmost Award

Kwame Sefa Kayi (PeaceFM)

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