By Josias Gassesse
The young Burkinabe media activist, Cyrille Guel, has won the African youth prize launched in 2014 by the Ghanaian, Akpah Prince. The prize rewards initiatives by young people in Africa that have impacts on the development of the continent.
The works of Cyrille Guel were appreciated in the communication jobs category where he won the Media Excellence Award.
According to the Burkina24site, a documentary called “The African engine as empowerment strategies of the economic and human development of Africa” will be available on YouTube and television channels worldwide with the aim of promoting the works of Cyrille Guel.
Mr. Guel is a member of the Steering Committee of the Pan-African Alliance on Media and Information Literacy (PAMIL), an independent alliance among the different organizations and individuals that are working on Media and Information Literacy across the African continent.
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