Organizers of Time Ghana Arts and Entertainment Awards donate to aged entertainers

Organizers of the Time Ghana Arts & Entertainment Awards have donated and honored some aged personalities who have contributed immensely to the growth of the creative arts industry and the streets of Accra.

The organizers did that as part of plans to unleash the 2023 edition of the Time Ghana Arts & Entertainment Awards.

Among the persons who received these donations were veteran actor Mr Samuel Addo (SK), Mavis Yeboah, Maa Jane, Mr Charles Kwaku Boateng known as CK and Veteran Actress Harriet Ocantey (Aunty Bee).

For sometime now, the initiative have recognized several creative arts personalities whose continued efforts have positively impacted the arts industry and also help in the nurturing of young talents for the industry.

Awards scheme focused on honouring hard-working individuals in the entertainment circles, Time Ghana Arts and Entertainment Awards (TGAEA) has unveiled nominations for this year’s event.

This edition, which is the 5th since its inception, is expected to take place on 29th September, 2023 at the Estees Bee Event Center.

The 5th edition, themed: ‘Love& Unity’, will see top creative arts players compete in 36 categories of the scheme.

The organizers of the Time Ghana Arts & Entertainment Awards, led by Cecelia Gyaase Konamah, known popularly as Abena Ghana, after the donation expressed her sincere appreciation to their sponsors, Time Herbal Mixture, Bel Aqua, Sunfriut, Cocktails Ghana, Black legend coffee Gin and Skybest multimedia Agency who had made these activities possible.

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