GMI Awards
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The 6th edition of the GMI Awards ceremony which is slated for June 30 at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel, would also award some sportsmen, business people, entertainment personalities and journalists, clergy and some other politicians among others.

Sarkodie and controversial Dancehall act, Shatta Wale will both be awarded at this year’s Ghana’s Most Influential (GMI) awards ceremony.

Public nominations were scored 40% and the GMI Committee scored 60% of the total. Nominees were rated on 5 key metrics and the results were collated and analyzed with the assistance of audit firm PKF. They partnered with e.TV Ghana to authenticate the voting and weighting process.

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Managing Director of Global Media Alliance Broadcasting Company (GMABC), Akwasi Agyeman said:

This year’s edition of the GMI awards promises to be a night of total celebration. We will be celebrating all those personalities who are in their own way contributing to our society. a lot of work has gone into preparing for this very important awards.

For us at e.TV therefore, this awards ceremony is one of the many ways we can contribute to the development of this nation by recognizing and rewarding the men and women who shaped opinions that have in many ways contributed to the growth of our nation.

Kwame Gyan, Head of Corporate Communications and Brands of Global Media Alliance Broadcasting Company (GMABC) operators of e.TV Ghana says the excitement that have been generated over the awards this year will see a befitting climax.

We are already looking ahead for next year’s awards and in due course we will put forth modalities for same especially as we gathered inputs from the public to enrich the awards, he said.