Fact-check Ghana Team

Dr. Gilbert TietaahEditor

Gilbert K. M. Tietaah is a Senior lecturer at the Department of Communication Studies, University of Ghana. Dr. Tietaah holds a PhD from the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana. He also has post-graduate diploma and MPhil degrees in Communication Studies (University of Ghana) and a BA (Secretaryship) degree (University of Cape Coast). Between 2000 and 2004, he was Programmes Officer (Research & Publications) with the Media Foundation for West Africa. As editor, Dr. Tietaah makes final editorial decisions and approval of all content.

Kwaku Krobea AsanteProgramme Officer

Kwaku Krobea Asante is the Programme Officer for Fact-check Ghana and leads the Fact-checking team. Prior to becoming the Programme officer for Fact-check Ghana, Kwaku led on several projects at the MFWA including the Media Ethics Monitoring Project and served as the communications officer under the Africa We Want project, a mobilisation of civil society support for the implementation of the African Governance Architecture, which is being implemented across eight countries in Africa. Before joining the organisation, he worked as a research assistant on many communication research projects in Ghana. He holds a Master’s degree in Communication Studies and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science, both from the University of Ghana.

Paul Kofi GozoResearcher/Writer

Paul Kofi Gozo is a fact –checker at Fact-Check Ghana. Paul also works on Media Foundation for West Africa's Ethics monitoring project. Before joining the team in September 2020, he worked as a trainer and news editor for Radio GIJ as well as serving as a member of the National Campaigns Committee of Amnesty International Ghana. Paul has a bachelor’s degree in communication studies from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. He majored in Journalism.

Evans Aziamor-MensahResearcher/Writer

Evans Aziamor-Mensah is a Researcher and Writer at Fact-Check Ghana. He graduated with honors from the Ghana Institute of Journalism with a major in Journalism. His interest lies in understanding the nuances of politics and accountability journalism. Prior to joining Fact-Check Ghana, Evans had a stint at one of Ghana’s leading private media houses, JoyNews, as a Broadcast Journalist. An alumnus of DW Akademie, Evans has also worked with the Centre for Public Discourse Analysis.

Adwoa Adobea-OwusuResearcher/Writer

Adwoa Adobea-Owusu is an Investigative Reporter with The Fourth Estate, a public-spirit and accountability journalism project of the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA). Prior to her MFWA engagement, she was a content producer for the non-governmental organisation, Send Ghana. She has also worked with the Media General Group, one of Ghana’s leading media conglomerates. But she cut her journalism teeth at the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation. Adwoa has had a stint with Ghana’s first private commercial radio station, Joy FM and ATL FM, a campus community radio station of the University of Cape Coast. She worked with ACDI/VOCA on the USDA sponsored Ghana Poultry Project where she was instrumental in documenting the success stories of the project to bolster domestic poultry production in Ghana.

Seth J. BokpeResearcher/Writer

Seth J. Bokpe is a Senior Reporter with The Fourth Estate, the public interest and accountability investigative journalism project of the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA). Seth is a multiple award-winning journalist with a 10-year stint with the Graphic Communications Group, Ghana’s biggest newspaper publishing company. Before joining the MFWA, he was the News Editor of The Ghana Report, a news portal. He also earned a living with the AfricaWatch Magazine, as well as freelanced for the One World Magazine in the Netherlands. Seth holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from the Ghana Institute of Journalism and a Balance Scorecard Professional Certificate from the George Washington University.

Clement Edward KumsahResearcher/Writer

Clement Edward Kumsah is an online Journalist by profession. Clement has worked with Prime News Ghana and Ghana Talks Business as digital content creator before joining Fact-check Ghana. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. He is also an Alumnus of DW Akademie.