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Celebrity Watch: Ameyaw Debrah

Written by Dorothy KyeraahDate: 11/10/2017
Today we celebrate one of our very own Ameyaw Debrah, a blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter for his immense contributing to the Ghana entertainment industry and media as a whole.

The young and talented journalist has paid his dues in the entertainment industry and has carved a niche for himself with hard work, excellence and professionalism. He is the founder of  AmeyawDebrah.com, an entertainment and news website.

He had his secondary education at Adisadel College in Cape Coast , and was the editor for the school's magazine in 1999. He then pursued a degree in Punishing at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi.

He has worked with amiable media outfits such as Ovation, Star Newspaper, Voices of Africa, a media project based in the Netherlands, Jamati.com, Orijin-ent.com, ModernGhana.com, GhanaWeb.com and yen.com . He is also a correspondent on Star Gist on Africa Magic and   writes for EbonyLife TV and Glitz Africa Magazine .

Ameyaw Debrah is also the media manager of multi-award-winning rapper Pappy Kojo since 2014. He is the Ghana and Africa  manager of Coptic in Ghana and Africa and helps in unearthing talents.  He is an ambassador for Malta Guinness ' Africa Rising Campaign.

He has interviewed high profile personalities such as Eve , Sean Paul , Jimmy Jean-Louis , David Clowney, Santonio Holmes, Majid Michel, Nadia Buari, John Dumelo, Damon Dash , Ade Bantu, Trey Songz , Amber Rose , Ludacris , Coptic, Wyclef Jean,Kofi Annan , Rev. Jesse Jackson , Lloyd , John Legend and Mario.

His good work has been well recognized over the years as he has won a number of prestigious awards. In 2005, he won the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Honors for Best Publishing Student. In 2013, he won the Ghana Social MediaAwards for Best Showbiz/Entertainment Blog. In 2012 he was awarded Best Online Media by GUBA Awards.
Ameyaw is indeed a gem and a force to reckon with and we say ayekoo to his good work.


 

Source: georgebritton.com