Paul Adam-Otchere is a broadcast journalist who has been a regular consistent feature in Ghana’s media space for over two decades.
Paul is a trained lawyer and also has a degree in Political Science and Classics from the University of Ghana. He also possesses a Master of Science degree in Development Economics from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), having graduated in 2008.
Paul has worked with U.K. PR firm, Africa Practice, in London and in Accra and also had a stint with the BBC covering the UK election in 2001 for the African Service. In employing his voice and fame for the public good, he was a leading advocate on Spectrum Allocation in Ghana under the Ghana ICT chamber.
Paul has received a number of recognition for his work including being adjudged the ‘Best News Reporter’ in 2001 by the Ghana Journalists Association and an honorary award for Contribution to the Growth of Independent Media in Ghana in 2012. His current affairs TV program aired on Metro TV, “Good Evening Ghana”, was also adjudged both “TV Program of the Year” and the “Current Affairs Program of the Year” at the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG) awards in 2005.