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TV Africa wins Best West Africa TV at 2011 Zafaa

Ghanaian TV station, TV Africa won the nod for Best West Africa TV at the 4th annual Zulu Africa Films and Academy Awards (ZAFAA) held at the Troxy Hall in London over the weekend.

This event is organized to reward outstanding movies in terms of picture, Direction, screenplay, actors, etc in the quest to expose the Africa film Industry. This year’s event, saw many categories and nominations from Ghana including the Best West African TV category which was meritoriously won by Ghana’s TV Africa which was in competition with  TV3,GTV, JOY TV, NTA (Nigeria), AIT (Nigeria),Silver Bird TV (Nigeria), Channels TV( Nigeria),Lagos TV (Nigeria).

TV Africa is a free to air TV station that has been running for the past eight years. Its primary objective is to project African values, norms, cultures, and image. It is based in Accra with reception in almost all the ten regions in Ghana and also via Ghana live.tv on the internet.

Meanwhile, Emem Isong, Ini Edo, Uduak Isong Oguamanam, Ime ‘Bishop’ Umoh and the crew at Royal Arts Academy cleared the awards with several wins for ‘Okon Lagos’, an indegenous comedy written and produced by Uduak Isong Oguamanam. It  won Best Actor (Comedy -Bishop Imeh Umoh), Best Supporting Actress (Comedy – Vanessa Koko) and a host of other Awards.  Another big winner was ‘Memories of My Heart’ which is produced by Emem Isong and Ini Edo, it won Best Actress Award among others.  Full list of winners will be published soon. Check out pictures from the event.

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Ameyaw Kissi Debrah, known professionally as Ameyaw Debrah, is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.

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