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Happy Man Bitters Upper East Music Awards is back – Charger Industries reiterates interest in supporting event

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After an initial deciison to hold off sponsorship for the Upper East Music Awards, the CEO of Charger Industries, producers of Happy Man Bitters, Emmanuel Borketey Bortey has decided to throw his weight behind organisers of the Music Award Scheme as headline sponsor.

This decision was communicated in a releases by Mr. Bortey and copied to a1radioonline.com.

This is the full statement.

Based on the poll conducted over 72 hours ago on my official Facebook page to determine if a reboot of Happy Man Bitters Upper East Music Awards (UEMA) for 2022 should happen, results and feedback thus far indicate that many persons support a reboot.
Based on this, Happy Man Bitters, as a brand, is taking steps to ensure that its official organizers make the 2022 edition of Happy Man Bitters Upper East Music Awards (UEMA) possible. However, specific steps have been put in place to ensure this year’s edition is void of controversies and displeasure from concerned parties.

The Happy Man Bitters Upper East Music Awards Creative Seminar will address issues and educate artists on how to create and sell their music. Prominent and key individuals such as Sammy Flex, an Entertainment Journalist and expert from Accra, will be present to speak at this seminar. During this seminar, views and grievances on previous editions of Happy Man Bitters Upper East Music Awards will be considered to ensure a smooth sail of the reboot. Other measures meant to address grievances allows concerned individuals to send their creative suggestion on how to improve the 2022 edition of UEMA to Happy Man Bitter’s Official email
address at chargerlimited11@gmail.com for due consideration and implementation.

As official sponsors of UEMA, we recognize that we play a pivotal role in ensuring transparency and satisfactory outcomes. We are therefore taking necessary measures to ensure such.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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