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Bobi Wine Named Top Panelist At AFRIMA AWARDS

The Kyarenga singer, Bobi Wine after his successful concert has yet been put on one of the top positions as he will be one of the panelists at the  AFRIMA Awards that will be hosted at Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast in Ghana on the 22nd of November.

Bobi Wine has gained a lot of popularity ever since he joined politics, something that has greatly improved his musical career has grown and not only inspiring Ugandans but as well across Africa.

Bobi Wine will also be among the guest speakers at the Africa Music Business Summit which is meant create awareness and motivate young talented youths to take shape of the available opportunities on the continent through their art and talent.

The Summit will be under the theme: “African Music in a Global Village: Leveraging the Opportunities”, AMBS is a platform for business networking and interaction among music professionals, music executives, government officials and other stakeholders in the music, arts, entertainment, and financial sectors of Africa. It creates an engaging environment for discussions on how the potentials present in the continent’s music industry can be fully harnessed for socio-economic gains.

 

Other speakers include, Renowned South African music superstar, Yvonne Chaka Chaka; Internationally acclaimed video and audio disk jockey, DJ Van; Nigerian music executive, Kenny Ogungbe; Ghanaian entertainment and media owner, Bola Ray; and President of the Musicians Union of Ghana, MUSIGA, Bice Osei Kuffour also known as Obour, will be joined by other well-known African and international music Intellects, professionals and enthusiasts for discussions and networking during the 2018 Africa Music Business Summit, AMBS.

 

under the theme: “African Music in a Global Village: Leveraging the Opportunities”, AMBS is a platform for business networking and interaction among music professionals, music executives, government officials and other stakeholders in the music, arts, entertainment, and financial sectors of Africa. It creates an engaging environment for discussions on how the potentials present in the continent’s music industry can be fully harnessed for socio-economic gains.

The 5th AFRIMA Summit will be opened with welcome address by Her Excellency, the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Ghana, Honourable Catherine Afeku, representative of the government of Republic of Ghana, the Official Host Country of the 5th AFRIMA-Ghana. It will also feature a keynote address from the Commissioner of Social Affairs, African Union Commission, Her Excellency, Mrs. Amira Elfadil.

 

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