3G Media announces that Mercy Asiedu has been nominated to be honored at the 6th Annual 3G Awards in New York.
The Kumawood Actress has accepted and confirmed attending.
The Awards ceremony is in recognition of exceptional leaders and theircontributions to the Ghanaian and Global communities.
It will be held on Saturday, November 5th, 2016 at the IGA (Inspirational Gospel Assembly) Banquet Hall, 1211 Brook Ave, Bronx, New York, USA.
It is produced by 3G Media Inc (www.3gmdiaonline.com), an online news platform promoting Ghanaian and African Affairs in the diaspora. It is affiliated with media houses that include; Global Media Alliance Group, Ghanaweb, ModernGhana.com, Peacefmonline, Myjoyonline.com, Boogiedown Nima, Playbak, Iraptv, Golden Radio Worcester, rockfm, khitsradio.com,citifmonline.com etc.
The event will be co-hosted by Abraham Kwaku Lincoln aka; MC:Papa Linc who has his new show on; Highliferadio.com, every Wednesday; 3pm. Kumawood Actor Benard Aduse-Poku also has his entertainment show on jerseyghradio.com, every Saturday.
Red Carpet will be hosted by Philly based Ghanaian MC and Radio Presenter, Lady Gee of Amansan Fm UK. Among the organizations supporting are; The Permanent Missions of Ghana NY, National Council of Ghanaian Associations, Kumasi Charity Foundation and Salinko Help The Needy Foundation.
Sponsors; Joy Industries GH Ltd, Prestige Travel and Tours, KTA Mobile USA; Alomocalls.com, Anokyekrom Restaurant, Nyamekye African Market, Malata African Market, NY
Sponsors; South African Airways, KT Mobile USA, Investigroup.com, Family Link Money Transfer, Anokyekrom Restaurant, Worcester, Nyame African Market, Malata African Market, Adum African Market, TADMI and others.
Past honorees of the 3G Awards Gala have included; King Odaifio Wellentsi III, Nii Botwe Laryea II, Boxing Legend; Michael Spinks, New York Senator Hassell-Thompson, Movie star; Roselyn Ngissah, Hon Kennedy Ohene-Agyapong, MP, Tommy Smythe, ESPN’s Sports Presenter/Analyst; Tiffany, Shatta Wale, Kwaw Kesse, SmiffNWessun, Boxing legend, Azuma Nelson; Dr. Akwasi Appiah; The Black Stars’ Captain, Asamoah Gyan; and Ghana soccer legends, Rev. Osei Kofi, Ibrahim Sunday, and Kuuku Dadzie and many others.