‘Ghana Tertiary Awards’ is not politically Motivated – CEO speaks

‘Nominees Submission Deadline’ for Ghana Tertiary Awards also extended

Youth web entertainment, organizers of the first time ever obliging 2014 Ghana Tertiary Awards has expand it nominees’ submission deadline which was to be on September 26 to October 18, 2014. The announcement was made public during an official press launch of the 2014 Ghana Tertiary Awards held at the Youth Web Office, positioned at Santa Maria.

The ceo of Youth Web Entertainment, Riche affirmed in his speech and elucidating of the entire awards scheme which is set to ensue in December that; Ghana tertiary awards 2014 is not politically pressured as rumored by some identify people on social media plat. The awards main object is to wipe out scarcity among youth by creating opportunities base on the organizations standard and alongside award students in Ghana tertiary institutions whose potentials, works & abilities have influenced the lives of youths in the country.

We have a strong team working around to set a stand and make Ghana Tertiary awards 2014 a very gigantic one, despite the reality that it’s the maiden edition. The Youth web chief executive officer upon a question release by me (Monte Oz) explained how selecting a recipient for a particular category shall be done. Riche explained; getting a winning team or a person for a said category shall strongly focus on public votes just like other major award schemes in Ghana and beyond. The more votes you gain, the higher your chances of attaining the plague.

Shorts codes for voting proceeds are in the making. The public shall be hinted in due form.

An official Pre-Event for the Ghana Tertiary Awards has been slated to go down live at the plush club 7.45 on Sunday, 19th October 2014 in the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra.

Remember, deadline for submission of nomination forms end on 18th October 2014. Nominees’ forms are available in various tertiary institutions in Ghana. Kindly take notice; the forms are free of charge.

Contact your institution’s SRC committee.

By: Monte Oz

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