- Joseph Armstrong Gold-Alor, who used to work as a driver at Cifi FM in Accra, has now become an award-winning journalist at TV3
- After he was employed at Citi FM, Joseph saved from his earnings to buy a form at AUCC in Adabraka and studied to gain a certificate as a journalist
- At the 25th GJA Awards, the brilliant and hardworking journalist picked the coveted Special Award for COVID-19 Reporting
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Joseph Armstrong Gold-Alor, a hardworking Ghanaian professional who was employed as a driver at Citi FM, has become an award-willing journalist at TV3.
Sammy Osei, who used to work with Joseph, narrated in a post sighted by Briefly.co.za that although Armstrong was employed as a driver back then, he had firm aspirations of one-day becoming a great journalist.
Over time, the determined dreamer saved from his earnings to buy a form at AUCC in Adabraka and studied to gain a certificate as a journalist.
See Sammy Osei's full narration below:
Joseph Armstrong Gold-Alor, after his graduation, got employed by GHOne TV and later by TV3 where he still works.
Along the line, he got the chance to interview J.J. Rawlings on multiple occasions, which was one of his biggest dreams for which he chose to become a journalist.
At the 25th GJA Awards, held recently the brilliant and hardworking journalist picked the coveted special award for COVID-19 reporting.
See post from TV3 below:
In another powerful report by Briefly.co.za, Wode Maya, a popular African YouTuber from Ghana has narrated how he quit his Aeronautical Engineering job in China to become the top YouTuber in Ghana.
According to the renowned social media personality and vlogger, he was a student in China studying Aeronautical Engineering when he decided to document some of his experiences.
He indicated in a video on the official YouTube channel of Face2FaceAfrica that he was amazed by some of the treatment he had to undergo in the foreign country.
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