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26 January 2024 | 18:18

Reveals of the “AIPS Africa 2023” prize

Africa Global Logistics (AGL), partner of the Africa Section of the International Sports Press Association (AIPS Africa), participated on January 25, 2024, at the Maison de la Presse, in Abidjan, in the recognition ceremony of the best African sports journalists, through the “AIPS Africa 2023” Award, an event that revealed the talent and diversity of African sports journalism.

On the occasion of this ceremony organized on the sidelines of the 34th edition of the Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) held in Côte d’Ivoire, and in accordance with what the company had announced at the launch of this award on January 12, 2024, four winners in the categories of Print, Web, Television and Radio were distinguished, out of 67 participants from 19 African countries.

 AGL extends its warmest congratulations to the winners of this first edition, whose works have magnificently illustrated the richness of sports journalism on the continent.

 1) Print media winner :  OBIODUN ADEWALE (Nigeria) 

 2) Web press : 


 3)  TV :

Abdoul Rasmane KABORE (Burkina Faso)

4)    RADIO : 


Each of the winners, coming from different African countries, has made a significant contribution to the understanding and appreciation of sport in Africa, addressing profound and relevant social topics. All of the winning works are available on the AGL website. At the ceremony, AGL and its partner AIPS also paid tribute to the legends of African sports journalism, whose names and works have played a vital role in shaping Africa’s sports media landscape.

«Our partnership with AIPS Africa reflects our commitment to developing a powerful and diverse African sports narrative. At AGL, we believe that quality journalism is key to telling the story of our continent's transformations.» said Mrs. Asta-Rosa Cissé, Regional Director (Côte d'Ivoire - Burkina Faso) at AGL

AGL is committed to continuing to support African sports journalism and contribute to the emergence of journalistic talent on the continent. The company looks forward to seeing how today’s winners will influence tomorrow’s sports and media landscape.

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