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Overall winner of Happy Man Bitters Upper East Music Awards will win Ghc20,000

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The CEO of Charger Industries, producers of Happy Man Bitters, Emmanuel Borketey Bortey has stated that as part of the sponsorship package for the Upper East Regional Music the overall winner of the competition would walk away with Ghc22,022.00.

 The prize money is expected to enhance the career of the said individual. Mr. Bortey communicated this through a post on his official Facebook page. 

 Read full statement below.

As part of my own way of supporting these young talents in the music industry of the upper east region, I am taking the extra step aside being the main sponsor of the prestigious Happy Man Bitters Upper East Music Awards to pledge the following.

  1. The winner of the MOST POPULAR SONG OF THE YEAR for the 2022 edition of HMB-UEMA will be rewarded with a grand cash price of GHC5000.00 and a whole year’s supply of products from Happy Man Bitters
  2. The winner of the GOSPEL SONG OF THE YEAR for the 2022 edition of HMB-UEMA will be rewarded with a top notch music video, a possible collaboration with an A list gospel artist from the south and a Cash price of GHC 4000.00.
  3. For NEW ACT OF THE YEAR, the winner shall receive a monthly stipend of GHC 500.00 for a period of one year from Me.
  4. For the Grand Price, the WINNER OF OVERALL ARTIST OF THE YEAR for HMB-UEMA 2022, shall walk away with a project fund of GHC 20,022.00 to directly enhance his or her music career, products from Charger Limited with possible opportunities of partnership with Charger Limited for mutual growth.

Congratulations once again to Last year’s winner, Clement Ayamga (Numawan) for being the first beneficiary of this prestigious pledge. This year, additional categories have been added and as the years swing by, there shall be more inclusions.

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


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