Felix Akoyam is an ingenious journalist based in Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana, with nearly a decade experience in producing impactful documentaries, features, short stories across radio, television and online. My interest cuts across politics, human rights, and social issues.
A feature that told a story about the predicament of Madam Elizabeth Asantewaa, who was blown up on 6th March 1964, as she was about to present a bouquet, to Dr. Kwame Nkrumah at the Independence anniversary celebration ; she survived but had her leg amputated. It highlighted the neglect and pain the woman was going through, 50 years on. The story was the most read story on myjoyonline.com for about a week. CAL Bank stepped in to support the woman after this report.
A documentary that depicted malfunctioning streets lights across Accra and the dangers and difficulties it was posing to both motorists and pedestrians.
A documentary that put the spotlight on the fact that though education is a basic right, it remains a privilege to children in cities. The story depicted the plight of children who had to walk for 90 minutes from their village to another village to school every day.
Young breadwinner and her family gets help from a Church in Switzerland-Calvary Family.
The survival of a family of six, rests on the shoulders of young Florence Gyeketey who has to go to farm every dawn to get cassava to sell before going to school.