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Jullie Jay-Kanz nominated for best Online Journalist of the Year at Hyperlink Media Awards

Celebrated female blogger Jullie Jay-Kanz who recently won the Best Blogger of the year at the maiden edition of BAMA Awards has again bagged herself another nomination for the 2018 Hyperlink Media Awards.

The award-winning blogger among other male journalists grabbed nomination for the Best Online Journalist of the year category for this year’s ceremony.

Jullie over the years has shot up as of the youngest and best female online journalists to emerge from Ghana with her works earning publications on several international platforms including the Canadian Vision Newspaper, Caribbean Entertainment Magazine, Paris En Mode in France, Voice of America, London Le’ Blanc Magazine and more.

The Hello GH editor is in a ‘subtle’ competition with the likes of Stephen Zoure, Ananpansah Abraham, Prince Tamakloe. Ebenezer Nana Yaw Donkor, and more.

Hyperlink Media Awards organised by Hyperlink Entertainment GH Limited seeks to recognize and reward hardworking media organisations and individuals in Ghana.

Please Check Voting Process for Jullie Jay-Kanz below (Voting Ends on 14th December 2018)

To Vote OPTION ONE: USING *713*714#

1) Dial *713*714# on all mobile money enabled networks
2) Select 4 “Hyperlink Media Awards”
3) Select number 6 Online Journalist
4) Enter 0 to move to Jullie Jay-Kanz’s name
5) Enter 8 to select Jullie Jay-Kanz
6) Enter the number of votes
7) Dial *170# on your phone, select 7 (my wallet), select 3 to complete the process.


1) Log on to CLICK HERE
2) Scroll downwards and click on “Vote for your choice here” button
3) Search for the ONLINE JOURNALIST of the year category, select Jullie Jay-Kanz and vote.
4) Follow the prompts as indicated above for Mobile Money, VISA and MasterCard users.

Source: Hello GH

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