NUGS-KHARKIV ELECTIONS: KODZO ASAMANY PARTIALLY HANDOVER TO AMOS ANKOMAH

Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 and the continuous additions of quarantine and social distancing measures, the 63rd Independence Celebration Dinner, Awards Night and Handing Over Ceremony was postponed until further notice.


This is to adhere to the quarantine measures and follow the social distancing rules to ensure the safety and protection of every individual and prevent and limit the spread of the virus.
Which they sincerely apologize for any inconveniences.

The President Elect Amos Ankomah and his executives have been waiting to take over and prove to the union their full preparation to carrying the local to the next level.
Few weeks ago, according to the seating president His Excellency Kodzo Asamany who is still enjoying his seat due to covid-19, said he held a meeting with the President Elect and his executives. The meeting which entailed discussions of their plans and other matters lasted for two hours. He made his intentions known to them regarding a partial hand over and he urged them to take their various seats in office and begin running the affairs of the union.


My fellow country people, it is time for us to have a feel of a new administration. Thus, on this day, the 26th of April 2020, it is with great honor that I, President William Asamany, give the newly elected president in the person of His Excellency Amos Ankomah, the power to partially assume the high office of President of National Union of Ghana Students, Kharkov. This is a huge responsibility, but faith gives me strength and confidence that the future of our noble union is promising and bright. I trust that with perseverance, diligence, commitment and dedication, we will move a step higher. I have monitored their outputs so far and I must conclude that we are in safe hands.
I therefore entreat and plead with everyone to give them the needed support. We must continue to build a better, stronger and respectable union. We are to press on vigorously developing a flexible, dynamic and attractive union, a union that will materialize and embody our people’s wisdom. It is my utmost goal to meet our most cherished hopes and expectations, to become an endless source of pride and enthusiasm for us all, to be a home for all Ghanaians away from home.
The newly elected President H.E. Amos Ankomah will have 75% control of the affairs of the union and I will maintain 25% as we work hand in hand until our official handing over later in the year. My honorable executives and I will continue to work behind the scenes and give them the necessary support they need and guide them. We hope for your maximum cooperation as well.

I must conclude with this: we live in a changing world, full of dangers, threats and challenges. But for me, it is also a world full of new and revolutionary opportunities. The decision lies with us on whether or not we take advantage of these historical opportunities. The kind of NUGS we want to build in the 21st century depends solely on us. A Union that will be able to defy emerging challenges and hold a worthy place for all of us.

Sincerely,

H.E. William Asamany

Former President of the National Union Of Ghanaian Students-Kharkov.

3Music Awards 2020 Full List Of Winners

The much anticipated 3Music Awards 20 is over!

With Ghana’s public gathering ban still in force, the organizers of the award went virtual with this year’s edition.

Full list of winners below

VIRAL SONG OF THE YEAR (100% PUBLIC)

Kawoula – Daavi Ne Ba ft Patapaa * WINNER

GOSPEL SONG OF THE YEAR

Celestine Donkor – Agbebolo (Bread of life) *WINNER

GOSPEL ACT OF THE YEAR 

Diana Hamilton * WINNER

DIGITAL ACT OF THE YEAR

Shatta Wale *WINNER

HIPLIFE SONG OF THE YEAR

Quamina Mp – Amanfuor Girls ft. Medikal * WINNER

GROUP OF THE YEAR

DopeNation   * WINNER

HIGHLIFE SONG OF THE YEAR

Kofi Kinaata – Things Fall Apart *WINNER

REGGAE DANCEHALL SONG OF THE YEAR

J.Derobie – Poverty *WINNER

PRODUCER OF THE YEAR (TECHNICAL)

M.O.G BEATZ *WINNER

BEST MALE VOCAL PERFORMANCE

KiDi (Fakye me) *WINNER

BEST FEMALE VOCAL PERFORMANCE

Efya (Saara) *WINNER

MALE ACT OF THE YEAR

Sarkodie *WINNER

FEMALE ACT OF THE YEAR

Diana Hamilton * WINNER

BREAKTHROUGH ACT OF THE YEAR

Fameye * WINNER

ALBUM OF THE YEAR (TECHNICAL AWARD)

“Made in Ghana” by Okyeame Kwame *WINNER

SONG OF THE YEAR(4 IN 1 AWARD)

Kofi Kinaata – Things Fall Apart * WINNER

VIDEO OF THE YEAR (TECHNICAL)

Amaarae – LIKE IT * WINNER

REGGAE DANCEHALL ACT OF THE YEAR

Stonebwoy * WINNER

HIPLIFE/HIPHOP ACT OF THE YEAR

Sarkodie * WINNER

HIPHOP SONG OF THE YEAR

Kofi Mole – Dont Be Late *WINNER

HIGHLIFE ACT OF THE YEAR

Kuami Eugene * WINNER

BEST COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR

Sarkodie ft Efya – Saara * WINNER

AFROBEATS/AFRO POP SONG OF THE YEAR

Kelvyn Boy – Mea ft. Joey B * WINNER

DJ OF THE YEAR

DJ Vyrusky * WINNER

FAN ARMY OF THE YEAR

SarkNation * WINNER

NEXT RATED ARTIST

Sooreba – Upper East Region

AFRICAN ACT OF THE YEAR

Teni * WINNER

BEST RAP PERFORMANCE

Sarkodie (Who Da Man) * WINNER

BEST PERFORMER OF THE YEAR

Samini – VGMA Performance * WINNER

Sarkodie Tops with 5 at the 2020 3Music Awards

10 rap songs that prove Sarkodie is Ghana's modern-day greatest ...

Rapper, Sarkodie swept the board at the 2020 3Music Awards; winning five honours including Music Man of the Year and Hiphop/Hiplife Act of the Year.

The musician is taking all the praise on social media after sweeping the most awards on the night.

He also won the Fan Army of the Year, ahead of Stonebwoy’s Bhim Nation, Shatta Wale’s Shatta Movement and Kofi Kinaata’s Team Move.

Sarkodie also won the Best Rap Performance with his song ‘Who Da Man’ featuring Kwesi Arthur.

His duet with Efya in 2019 also won him a Best Collaboration Award.

Many of his fans are happy for the milestone Sarkodie achieved in the year under review after having to walk home with no honours last year.

Although Sarkodie won big on the night, Kofi Kinaata carried home the biggest award, Song of the Year. He also won the award for Highlife Song of the Year.

Kofi Kinaata won both of his awards with his hit song Things Fall Apart.

Meanwhile, Shatta Wale who took home the most awards last year ended up with only one this year – Digital Act of the Year.

His biggest rival – turned brother – Stonebwoy, also won one award – Reggae/Dancehall Act of the Year.

One act smiling all the way to her bed side is Gospel singer Diana Hamilton who took home the Gospel Act of the Year Award and the Female Act of the Year award.

Efya swept the Best Female Vocalist award with her performance on ‘Saara’. Wendy shay did not win any award.

Taking Shay’s spot at the Breakthrough Act of the Year is Fameye.

This year’s 3Music Awards came off at the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair.

However because of the ban on public gatherings – due to the Covid-19 pandemic – it was held with no audience and streamed on JoyPrime and other social media pages.

COVID-19 doesn't mean entertainment should stop – Sarkodie – 3news