Organizers of the maiden Tertiary Music Awards Ghana have announced that cosmetic company Hajiaposh Global Concept will sponsor the best female vocal performer category
Hajiaposh Global Concept is a Global Initiative that has various business focuses including, cosmetics sales, drop shipping as well as an entrepreneurial E-Talk show known as the ‘Start-Up Talk, and it’s been declared that they will sponsor the best female vocal performer in the maiden edition of the Tertiary Music Awards Ghana.
The C.E.O. of the brand Mrs Kausar Abdulai, has revealed that, her business primarily targets the youth, and the one of the purposes of the initiative – tertiary music awards, is to honor students who are at the tertiary level of education. And it will also be a plus to make an impact in the music industry.
Hajiaposh Global Concepts also stated the obvious which is that she is very passionate about Women Empowerment, and she would be happy if people could sponsor her mission, and that through sponsorship of the event, reaching out to these young female artistes with the core message of not quitting or giving up the fight to a successful musical career would be seamless.
The Organizers of the Tertiary Music Awards Ghana project as well shared their gratitude to the outfit and assured them of a smooth-running project.
Tertiary Music Awards Ghana (TMAG), is a registered Ghanaian-owned award scheme.
The initiative is set to recognize, award, and promote artistes who are at the tertiary level of education and making an impact in the music industry.
29 categories have been nominated for its maiden edition and being its maiden edition, the scheme aims at awarding most young musicians who do not get the encouragement to pursue both music and tertiary level education simultaneously.
This, in their view, leaves a huge gap in their educational lives, and in helping to bridge this gap, TMAG will employ creative measures to help promote both agenda.
Duke Sowah, the CEO of the scheme revealed that the scheme is “a registered and certified award scheme that seeks to recognize, award, and promote artistes who are at the tertiary level of their education and relentlessly making an impact in the music industry.”
He added that it was “birthed and managed by a limited liability organization Tertiary Music Awards Ghana Limited.”
The scheme has an executive twenty-member board and academy comprising of musicians, young sound engineers, DJs, presenters from youthful radio stations in the country.
Tertiary Music Awards has been endorsed by the ministry of creative arts, tourism, arts and culture, and the Musicians Union of Ghana.
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