This weekend is arguably the biggest night for Ghanaian music. There are other music and/or entertainment award shows, however, over the last two decades, the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards has taken a commanding lead in the industry.
Winning a VGMA is a career high for a lot of Ghanaian musicians who are constantly indeed of some form of recognition.
With various companies struggling to keep their finances in a good balance following the pandemic, it would have been easy to have postponed this year’s VGMA.
However, three companies run by three amazing Ghanaian women have ensured that the VGMA goes ahead a lot better and stronger as well.
The women are Patricia Obo-Nai is the CEO of Vodafone Ghana, Theresa Ayoage, the CEO of CharterHouse and Beatrice Agyeman the CEO of Media General whose TV3 outlet is the leading media brand for the the VGMA.
Patricia Obo-Nai joined Vodafone Ghana as Technology Director in 2011. Now as CEO she has been involved in contributing to the success of the partnership between Vodafone Ghana and the organisers of Ghana Music Awards even before attaining the high position of CEO in 2019 as the first Ghanaian.
Theresa Ayoade, on the other hand, is a creative entrepreneur, marketing communications and events specialist. She is the co-founder and CEO of CharterHouse Productions, which is one of West Africa’s leading marketing, events and audio-visual production firms.
On her part, Beatrice Agyemang Abbey has made Media General the home of the VGMA. Taking on the role of CEO of Media General on September 13th 2018, Beatrice has worked to reaffirm TV3s ‘First In News Best In Entertainment’ tag line.
We’ve got leading women making sure that music’s biggest weekend becomes a reality.
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