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Black Sherif, Kidi, Wode Maya and others win at 2022 Entertainment Achievement Awards

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The second edition of the Entertainment Achievement Awards was held at the Accra Marriott Hotel on February 26, 2022.

This year’s award honoured people in the showbiz sector whose works fall within the 2021 eligibility year.

The scheme covered areas such as sports, music, film, fashion, photography, media, writing, comedy, among others.

The programme featured performances from gospel diva Diana Hamilton, highlife crooner Akwaboah, and evergreen highlife artiste Akosua Agyapong and Kobi Rana.

After dazzling patrons and viewers of the maiden edition of the Entertainment Achievement Awards with their coruscating performances, ‘Adunle’ songstress Abiana, ‘Jango’ hitmaker Bogo Blay, and ‘Guy No’ rapper Yung Pabi, also made a return this year.

There were also poetry performances by Nana Asaase and Menaye.

The Entertainment Achievement Awards, organised by Citi TV, celebrates entertainers and entertainment industry players who have distinguished themselves in the practice of their art.

The Entertainment Achievement Awards by Citi TV was supported by GIPC, Kofi Abban Foundation, Good Day Energy Drink, Citi FM and Ghanaweekend.com.

Check out the full list of winners below:

Female Designer of the Year – Mod. Hq

Male Designer of the Year – Jayray Ghartey

Model of The Year – Nana Kwesi Asare-Boateng

Accessories Designer of the Year – Hatboxco

Female Actor of the Year – Lydia Forson

Male Actor of the Year – Adjetey Anang

Best Director of the Year – Shirley Frimpong-Manso

Ghanaian Movie of the Year – Us in Between

Best Picture – Us in Between

Best Female Artiste – Gyakie

Best Male Artiste – Kidi

Best Music Video – Amaarae (Sad Girlz Luv Money)

Song of The Year – Kidi (Touch It)

Album of the Year – Akwaboah (Lighthouse EP)

Cultural Troupe Of The Year – Kwan Pa

Online Creator Of The Year – Wode Maya

Best Author – Captain Kofi Amoabeng (The UT Story)

Best Performance Poet – Whoisdeydzi

Event Host of the Year – Jerry Adjorlolo

Event of The Year – Afrochella

Comic Actor of the Year – Ras Nene

Standup Comedian of the Year – OB Amponsah

Photographer of The Year – Focus N Blur

Sportswoman of The Year – Evelyn Badu

Sportsman of the Year – Samuel Takyi

Special Recognition of the Year – Zapp Mallet

Entertainment Personality of the Year – Black Sherif

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The finale rites are expected to be held at the forecourt of the defunct Ghana International Trade Fair Centre, La – Accra.

The news of TT’s burial was confirmed by TV Presenter, Barima Kaakyire Agyemang via his Facebook page.

TT went to be with the Lord on April, 8 after battling a short illness. 

His son, Nii Adjei Adjetefio had revealed that they found him unconscious at his residence, rushed him to a hospital at Dodowa in the Shai Osudoku District but the actor was pronounced dead on arrival.

Before his demise, TT went public with his failing health condition in 2018. He revealed that he was suffering from gouty arthritis.

“I have been very sick, I have been hit by a number of diseases. The one quite devastating was the one that I didn’t have the use of my two legs for about three months I was indoors and whenever it became necessary to go to hospital, I had to be carried into a taxi by four men, I have not had it easy at all and they call the disease gouty arthritis,” he shared in an interview.

He was also diagnosed with enlargement of heart, heart failure and Diabetes.

TT’s illness made him vulnerable, a situation which made him run to the public to appeal for financial help to help him manage his illness.

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