Abdul Abass Mohammed, also known as Gh Abass, is a Ghanaian award-winning journalist, blogger, and CEO of the Worldwide Multimedia Network from the Western region.
Gh Abass has a strong passion for pursuing his dreams of becoming one of the best journalists in Ghana and the world, and after completing the BBC Youngest Reporters program, he was named the Youngest Journalist in the World.
The first journalist from Ghana, Gh Abass, earned a degree in media journalism from the British Broadcasting Cooperation program.
According to Gh ABASS, he realized it would be extremely challenging for a journalist from Ghana to participate in the BBC Young Reporters program because Ghana doesn’t exist as a country in their locations.
As a result, he registered under a UK identity up until that point, when everyone was astonished and praised him for the amazing way he was pursuing his interests.
The fact that people are learning about Ghana from abroad as our sector expands makes Ghanaians very happy.
According to a post seen on BBCWebNews Gh Abass Explain how he loves his country Ghana and is prepared to put Ghana on top and he believes and trusts in God to accomplish it better and counsels his peers to work hard and play hard about their education and achieve their goals.
The BBC Young Reporter program is an exciting way for young people to get involved with the BBC.
The certificate announced by Gh Abass indicates that he has an excellent degree in media journalism, has been trained well, and is capable of working as a great media journalist anywhere in the world.
This is your chance to share the tales that important to you if you’re between the ages of 11 and 18.
In order to give young people, the skills they need to create and comprehend the media, BBC Young Reporter collaborates with schools, universities, youth organizations, and charities.
Participating schools and organizations will gain access to special events, training, and materials as well as mentoring and career discussions from BBC professionals.