Roselyn Felli set for a dazzler at Ghana Event Awards
Ghanaian television personality with Joy Prime, Roselyn Felli has expressed her readiness to host this year’s Ghana Event Awards( GEA) scheduled for October 16 at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra.
According to her, the night would be laced with glitz as she joins forces with broadcaster Jay Folley to moderate the show.
Speaking to The Spectator, Roselyn Felli said she was ready to leave people with memories and excitement on the night.
She added that event organisers had played instrumental role in the lives of Ghanaians over the years, and deserved some honour.
Against this backdrop, she urged all patrons to get involved and support the organisers to build a strong events industry.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of GEA, Kevin Kenneth, told this paper that regardless of the challenges, event organisers did everything possible to put up various events, some virtually.
For this reason, and with the support of his board, and other partners, they have put in place measures to reward them.
The new categories are, Best Virtual Event of the Year, Most Prestigious Event, Event Hypeman of the Year, Event Security of the Year, Most Influential Event of the Year, Experiential Company of the Year, and Best Event Venue (Bars/Lounge, Hotels and Dome, Conferences & Gardens).
Other categories include,Most Influential Events of the Year, which would see events like, Women in worship, Glitz Africa fashion week, Ghana DJ Awards, Vodafone Ghana Music Awards and Ghana Outstanding Women Awards.
Additionally, COVID-19 Heroes Concert, COVID-19 Virtual Concert, GhanaFest 32nd Virtual Concert and Mask4All Charity Against COVID-19 would compete in the CSR Events of the Year category.
Also it would be a keen race in the Ghana’s Favourite Events Awards category with Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Shatta Wale Faith Concert, Asaase Sound clash, 3 Music Awards, Radio & TV Personality Awards, Ghana DJ Awards and Sarkodie Black Love Concert.
There would be other exciting categories up for grabs for competing event schemes.
By Edem Mensah-Tsotorme