The biggest student festiva,The Ghana Tertiary Awards went down at the National Theatre with fun and excitement. Massive crowd trooping in the auditorium to pick up awards or support their favorite students’ nominees. Fashion took center stage as patrons of the program displayed styles from different designers locally and internationally.
The program which kicked started late saw the battle of supremacy by the MCs of the night Monte Oz and Jay Kojo Daasebre popularly known as JKD. Dance was brought to life as they dance to be judged by the audience, the crowds favorite Monte Oz was favored to start the program.
Performances by upcoming artist and already made ones thrilled the night as patrons were always left with something to look forward to. Ewurabena a gospel musician brought down some heavenly host as the first performer of the night, with Samira spewing out some deep and inspiring words in Spoken word.
It was time to know who had what and who lost the chance to receive that award. With anxious and expectant faces students begun to receive their awards presented them by celebrities revered by the students. Bola Ray, Bibi Bright, Kwaku Elliot, Eno, Moesha, Victoria Michaels among others were present at the ceremony to give out awards to deserving students.
Most Influential Students in Engineering went to Selbi Winifred, and Students’ Hall was won by Katanga Hall from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). Beauty Esi Akpanyah won the award for Best Student Film Maker of the Year. Best Student Blogger went to ZionFelix and Most Influential Male T.V Presenter went to Jeffrey Nortey. The best Male and Female Actors went to YOLO cast Aaron Adatsi (Cyril) and Fela Makafui (Serwaa) to mention a few.
There were over 30 categories awarded to the night with the top student Most Influential Student Of The Year being Selbi Winifred. Drama and dance from The Makeup Grouped thrilled the audience as some had to stand on their feet to have a good feel of the art. Zombie and graveyard setting coupled with good music was one to miss on the night. Kobi Rana also gave the audience a treat for their money as he launched his new song ‘sobolo’ with great dance moves keeping the audience on their feet.
Congratulations to all the winners of the night and better lack to those who missed their chances. Kudos also to the organizers of the program Youthweb who seek to show the nation and the world to quota students are adding to the nation for its development.
Source: radioxyzonline.com/Daavi Esi