Gambian Journalist Wins Award

 



   





 By Sheriff Saidykhan


 Nyima Jadama, a Gambian Journalist based in Germany has been awarded by the AFRONEWS as the best African TV personality of the year 2022. The AFRONEWS, a newspaper for Africans in Germany, awards and celebrates outstanding achievements of Africans in different fields in Germany.


The second edition of the African community in Germany awards was held over the weekend in the city of Eschborn in Frankfurt, Germany.   The Awards recognise the good work done by African Individuals, organisations/associations and businesses to promote a positive image of Africa and Africans, facilitate integration of Africans in Germany, promote business opportunities and international cooperation between Germany and African countries.



Speaking to The Outpost, Nyima Jadama expressed delight and extended gratitude for winning the award.


 “Being awarded the best African TV Personality 2022 is a great step forward 

to my media career and I am greatful to all the support renderd towards my 

journey from family and friends especially my late ( died last year) Uncle to whom I dedicate

this award to, Mr Almamo Dampha believe so much in my media career thus 

support me to becoming the person in me: Rest in eternal peace uncle’‘

This accolade is a challenge for me to thrive hard, finding a space in the German media isn't an easy thing to do despite one experiences, it takes a lot of hard work and dedication to to be able to penetrate or atleast fine a space in the German media this is due to language barrier and because it's not as diverse as we taught it's,” she remarked.







Nyima Jadama, is the host of "Nyima's Bantaba" a popular show that features migration issues, women empowerment among others in Germany.




                                      

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