The GN Bank Awards has a new name. The scheme will now be known as GH People’s Celebrity Awards.
SpyderLee Entertainment organizers of the Prestigious awards unveiled the new name during a special stakeholder and media event at the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel in Accra.The People’s Choice Awards Ghana is a scheme which seeks to award and celebrate individuals and organizations which have contributed as well as those that continue to excel in their various fields towards the development of the Ghanaian Arts and Entertainment industry.
The People’s Celebrity Awards is a scheme which seeks to award and celebrate individuals and organizations which have contributed as well as those that continue to excel in their various fields towards the development of the Ghanaian Arts and Entertainment industry.
Speaking to the media Mr Chris Koney, Awards Administrator said that the move was to stay off the controversy that rocked the scheme when it debuted in 2015.In 2015 a legal tussle between Spyder Lee Entertainment and Evolution International over the name People’s Choice Awards led to a change to GN Bank awards. The scheme took place subsequently but Spyderlee were left with brand reconciliation issues to solve hence now settling on GH People’s Celebrity Awards.
The event is scheduled to take place later this year according to the organizers.
The People’s Celebrity Awards Board which is composed of respected individuals within the Ghanaian Showbiz industry was introduced at the event.
Members include Nana Nana Poku Osei (Hammer of Last Two Music Group), Mary-Ann Acolatse (Broadcaster), Kwasi Kyei Darkwah (KKD, Broadcaster), Socrate Safo (Movie Producer), Nana Bayin Dadson (Lecturer AUCC), Tommy Annan Forson (Broadcaster) and Patrick Yaadar (Movie Producer), Chris Koney (Awards Administrator) .
Others are Alex Ntiamoah-Boakye (Sports Promoter), Ahuma Bosco Ocansey (Broadcaster & Executive, MUSIGA), Fred Kyei Mensah (Music Producer), Bertrand Nana Turkson (Entertainment Enthusiast), Arnold Asamoah Baidoo (Editor, Entertainmentgh.com), Edwin Kweku Edinkrah (CEO, Spyder Lee Entertainment)