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Roger A Agana
Roger Agambire Agana
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Roger Agambire Agana , better known as Label, is a journalist from the Upper East Region of Ghana.
Agana nurtured an interest in digital journalism and later co-founded Modernghana.com in 2005.
He took over the management of Spy Ghana in 2012 and later rebranded it as News Ghana.Today it is Ghana’s most popular online news portal.
Agana is a member of Penplusbytes (International Institute for ICT Journalism) Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Association for Computing Machinery, IFEJ Ghana (Institute of Financial and Economic Journalists).
He revealed his plans towards economic growth for Ghana with the rapper Asumadu]
|2017||Forty Under 40 awards||Media (Digital & Social)||Won|
|2017||Forty Under 40 awards||Journalism (Radio/ TV/ Newspaper)||Nominated|
|2017||3rd annual Creative African Awards (CA Awards) 2017||Best Journalist||Won|
|2017||3rd annual Creative African Awards (CA Awards) 2017||Best News Editor||Nominated|
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