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MCs aren’t appreciated – Quame Jay

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Known affectionately in the entertainment industry as Quame Jay, the official MC at Jocom Golden Hotel, one of the region’s entertainment centers, has called out event organizers in the Upper East Region to appreciate the role of the MC in events.

Speaking on A1 Radio’s weekend entertainment show, “Entertainment Zone with Lexis,” Quame Jay emphasized the crucial role that Masters of Ceremonies (MCs) play at events and shed light on a concerning issue in this region – the lack of appreciation for MCs.

“MCs are often the unsung heroes of any event. They are responsible for keeping the program on track, engaging the audience, and creating a vibrant and memorable atmosphere. Whether it’s a wedding, corporate event, concert, or any gathering, an MC ensures that everything runs smoothly. They introduce speakers, manage transitions, and inject energy into the proceedings. Without a skilled MC, events can easily become dull and disorganized.”

He, however, noted that in this part of the country, MCs are not given the recognition and appreciation they deserve. It’s essential to acknowledge their hard work and dedication as they invest time and effort into honing their craft and making events enjoyable for everyone.

“Appreciating MCs goes beyond just acknowledging their efforts; it includes fair compensation for their services. MCs invest in their equipment, wardrobe, and continuous improvement in their skills. Recognizing this, event organizers should ensure that MCs are fairly compensated for their time and expertise.

Moreover, encouraging and supporting aspiring MCs is equally important. We need to create platforms and opportunities for individuals who have a passion for this profession to grow and excel. This will not only enhance the quality of events in our region but also help MCs receive the recognition they deserve.”

He said the role of MCs in making events successful cannot be overstated. According to Quame Jay, it’s high time we started appreciating the hard work of MCs, their dedication, and the significant impact they have on the entertainment industry. By doing so, we can promote professionalism in this field and elevate the quality of events in our region.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Ibrahim Aziz|Ghana

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