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#VGMA21: Full List Of Winners



The much-anticipated annual Vodafone Ghana Music Award has finally be held and has seen various artiste winning in their respective categories.

Due to the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus and the safety protocols put in place by the government, the show had to be held for two(2) days just to be sure patrons at the event obeyed the social distancing protocols.

At the end of the second day, Lynx Entertainment signee Kuami Eugene emerged as the overall best thus the ‘Artiste of the Year’.

Below is a complete full list of winners at the 21st edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

Full List of VGMA winners 2021.

Instrumentalist Of The Year Winner: MOG Music
Emmanuel Bludo

Male Vocalist Of
Female Vocalist Of The Year Winner: Celestine Donkor

Songwriter Of The Year
Winner: Kofi Kinaata

Record Of The Year
Winner: Okyeame Kwame

Best Music Video Of The Year
Winner: Cina Soul

Best Music Group Of The Year
Winner: DopeNation

Producer Of The Year
Winner: M.O.G Beatz

African Act Of The Year
Winner: Burna Boy

Best International Collaboration Of The Year
Winner: Sarkodie ft. Rudeboy (Lucky)

Gospel Song Of The Year
Winner: Celestine Donkor (Abg3 Bolor)

Highlife Song Of The Year
Winner: Kofi Kinaata (Things Fall Apart)

Reggae/Dancehall Song Of The Year
Winner: J. Derobie (Poverty)

HipHop Song Of The Year
Winner: Kofi Mole (Don’t Be Late)

Hiplife Song Of The Year
Winner: Medikal (Omo Ada)

Afrobeats Song Of The Year
Winner: DopeNation (Zanku)

Gospel Artiste Of The Year
Winner: Diana Hamilton

Highlife Artiste Of The Year
Winner: Kuami Eugene

Hip-hop/Hiplife Artiste Of The Year
Winner: Medikal

Reggae/Dancehall Artiste Of The Year
Winner: Ras Kuuku

Best Rapper Of The Year
Winner: Kwesi Arthur

Best Collaboration Of The Year
Winner: Sarkodie ft Prince Bright (Ofeetso)

Best New Artiste Of The Year
Winner: Fameye

Album Of The Year
Winner: KiDi (Sugar)

Lifetime Achievement of the Year
Winner:George Darko

Traditional Group of the Year
Winner: Tessa Group

Vodafone Green Ambassador Award
Winner: Gasmilla

Vodafone Most Popular Song Of The Year
Winner: Kofi Kinaata (Things Fall Apart)

COVID-19 Heroes Award
Winner: Ghana Health Service

Artiste Of The Year
Winner: Kuami Eugene.

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Naa Amerley Leads Osu To Its First Health Walk Amid Coronavirus Pandemic



Beauty Pageant has turned out to become a dream for many young ladies across the world, but the bold step to lead, express one’s self, stand out for a community, nation, or more turns out to be a challenge due to self-empowerment.

Recheal Shantel Naa Amerley Odonkor, a very beautiful young lady has taken unto herself to become a role model for girls across the world.

With the proverb, little drops of water make a mighty ocean, she has been bold to represent her community Osu in the 2020 Miss GaDangme Beauty Pageant.

Officially announcing her mission and passion she has taken upon herself to lead the Osu Community to a significant health walk dubbed “The Youth Shall Rise”. Focusing on the youth is her major priority as they are the future generation.

The health walk will be headlined by the management of Naa Amerley which will take place this Saturday, September 19, 2020.

The starting point will be from Osu C.D.R exactly 6:00 am as all funs, friends, and are invited.

This health walk stands to become Osu’s first major health amid the Coronavirus pandemic era. Also please remember to bring your nose masks along.

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Eazzy Honored With The Female Artiste Of The Decade At The 2020 Emerging Entertainers Awards



Ghanaian multi-award winning entertainer, songwriter, and business mogul, Eazzy has been given a significant award.

Born Mildred Ashong, the singer is known for producing back to back hits was called upon at the just ended 2020
Emerging Entertainers Awards for an award.

Having a very clean and healthy brand, the singer was honored with the female artist of the decade.

See the honorable award below as she was grateful for it.

Eazzy is known for producing hits such as Forever, Obaagbemi, Away, and more.

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Building Information Modelling (BIM) : The Need Of The Hour; Canon Hosts Africa Digital Construction 2020 Webinar



Canon Central & North Africa (CCNA) will host a free two-day Africa Digital Construction 2020 Webinar on 15 and 16 September 2020. Aimed at the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) sector of Africa, it will provide insight in the fast-growing Building Information Modelling (BIM) and technologies

Impact of Digital Transformation
BIM and technologies in construction projects are increasingly being used as the need for remote collaboration, for quick, multiple project deliveries increases. The Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) sector are also realizing the impact Digital Transformation has on their projects and business, in both the short and long term.

The AEC believes it is the “Need of the Hour” to be BIM compliant and utilize the right tools and systems that will lead to timely, budgeted, and efficient projects – be it an individual or a conglomerate.

BIM data can be used to illustrate the entire building life-cycle, from cradle to cradle, from inception and design to demolition and materials reuse. Spaces, systems, products, and sequences can be shown in relative scale to each other and, in turn, relative to the entire project.

It has established itself to be a powerful process for design and construction teams over the last 20 years. In essence, it is a communication tool. The future of BIM involves using the model at all stages to improve collaboration.

Increasing knowledge from the comfort of your home or office
For two hours on 15 and 16th September, delegates will hear from some of the best in the industry. It promises to be an information-packed four hours and includes strategic panel discussions, case studies and interactive sessions. Delegates will also gain insight into topical subjects such as “Virtual and Augmented Reality in Digital Construction” and “Open standards as a reliable means for information exchange in the Building industry to name a few.”

When it comes to Architecture, Engineering, and Construction large format printers are vital. The professional work world today is more flexible, digital, and connected. Communication between teams throughout a project happens mainly in a digital space. However, all information has to be available everywhere, whether in digital form or on paper. Especially the AEC Industry relies on physical high-quality prints and optimal productivity as a key element of the process. Prints also have to endure the construction environment with rain, dirt, or dust. Canon’s proven technology of the imagePROGRAF TM and TX Series of large format inkjet printers enables AEC professionals to produce high-quality CAD, GIS, and poster applications on-demand, in-house. Fast, accurate, and durable prints are critical for the plans and save time and money.

Canon speakers at Africa Digital Construction webinar
Ben Gossage, B2B Sales & Marketing Director – Canon Central & North Africa will be the giving top-line strategic understandings of Canon’s current strategy and future plans in this focused construction vertical. As Canon has positioned itself closer to our customers, understanding handing there needs and providing the latest solution to adapt to the changing digital transformation era. Doaa El Sabahy – Product Manager – Canon Central & North Africa will provide insights on the Canon large format product & solutions in her presentation.

There is still time to book your place to attend this enlightening webinar:

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