Monday, August 3, 2015

1st Edition Of Afro Heritage Broadcasting & Entertainmnet Awards Holds In Houston, Texas (Press Release)


The first edition of Afro-Heritage Broadcasting and Entertainment Award will hold in Houston, Texas on October 31st 2015. See the official press release below...

AFRO HERITAGE ENTERTAINMENT TO HOST THE 1st  EDITION OF AFRO HERITAGE BROADCASTING & ENTERTAINMENT AWARD IN HOUSTON, TEXAS.

Honoring the people who have contributed to the success of the society through their craft and talent is one of the few ways to appreciate them for their excellent contribution, that is why Afro Heritage Entertainment have decided to give out award of recognition to some Nigerian icons for their uniqueness.

Mr Sola Olaniyan, the CEO and founder of Afro-Heritage Entertainment saw the importance of appreciating various professionals and artistes for a job well done, hence the reason why he would be hosting many Nigerian broadcasting and entertainment icons at the first edition of Afro-Heritage Broadcasting and Entertainment Award (AHBEA) which will hold at the Phoenix Hall, 15156 Bellaire Blvd, Houston, Texas. 77083. on Saturday October 31st 2015. 

Starting from 2016, artistes would be expected to submit their movies for awards in different categories. This year's edition is just a recognition award, and it's not based on any category.

Many Nigerian artistes expected to be honored at the award event include but not limited to, veteran actors and actresses, Olu Jacobs, Patience Ozokwor, Bolaji Amusan, Jide Kosoko, Lanre Hassan (Iya Awero), Dele Odule, Idowu Phillips (Iya Rainbow), Adebayo Salami (Oga Bello), Taiwo Hassan (Ogogo), Jide Kosoko, Yinka Quadri, Antar Laniyan.
Also expected to receive awards at the event are, Ini Edo, Funke Akindele, Yomi Fash-Lanso, Funsho Adeolu, Ramsey Nouah. 

Come watch performances of US based artists/comedian like Bamy Cruise, C'Moore, Diamond Dee, Jemiriye Adeniji, Femi Johnson, MC Promise and Nigeria hip-hop artists such as Jahbless aka Olori Ebi, Wiz Level, Oyinkanade of MTN Project Fame, Gabriel Afolayan.

Other Nollywood acts expected to grace the occasion are Muka Ray, Bukola Fagbuyi aka Bukky Apesin, Liz Da-Silva, Regina Chukwu, Liz Anjorin, Rasaq Ajao-Araosan, Dele Ogundipe, Kunle Dasilva, Bayo Bankole, Kayode Akinbayo, Kolawole Amusan, Mistura Asunramu-Alao, Doris Simeon and many more.

Iconic juju maestro, King Sunny Ade (KSA) and fuji king, Wasiu Ayinde Marshall (Kwam 1) will be honored at the award ceremony.

Another top media shot expected to grace the event is, the Publisher and CEO of City People Group, Seye Kehinde.

Ace film maker, Tunde Kelani will be honored at the event and also premiere his recent movie, Dazzling Mirage at the pre-award event which will hold on Friday, October 30, 2015.
Veteran comedian, Gbenga Adeyinka (the 1st) will be the Master of Ceremony, while the Queen of juju music, Ayo Balogun will thrill the guests with her live band.

Dallas based celebrity blogger and OAP, Olufunke Mercyflawless will be setting the red carpet on fire with her charming personality.

For more info, follow facebook link: Afro-Heritage Entertainment

Publicist At-Large,
Olufunke Mercy Tanimola
www.mercyflawless.com
mercyflawless@gmail.com

13 comments:

  1. Nice one!!counting days already ....Good job Mercy flawless 👍👍👍

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  2. Wow! This is awesome!
    It's obvious Afro Heritage has taken over the Afro-American entertainment industry. And it's about time!

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  3. Couting down already. Houston here I come. Thank God say na free ticket

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    1. No ooo,lolz,its never a free ticket oil,it $50 for ticket and its available online on www.eventbrite.com or 1st afroheritage.com..looking forward to see you there.. Thanks!!

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    2. No ooo,lolz,its never a free ticket oil,it $50 for ticket and its available online on www.eventbrite.com or 1st afroheritage.com..looking forward to see you there.. Thanks!!

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    3. No ooo,lolz,its never a free ticket oil,it $50 for ticket and its available online on www.eventbrite.com or 1st afroheritage.com..looking forward to see you there.. Thanks!!

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    4. No ooo,lolz,its never a free ticket oil,it $50 for ticket and its available online on www.eventbrite.com or 1st afroheritage.com..looking forward to see you there.. Thanks!!

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  4. Looking forward to the award ceremony. Is there a gate fee

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    1. Yes Bibian,there is a gate fee of $50,tickets are available on www.eventbrite.com or at the gate on the event day,so also will be featuring dazzling mirage by Tunde kelani on the 30th of October on the 30th..thanks and hope to see u all dere ,its a promise, u will be glad u did

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    2. Yes Bibian,there is a gate fee of $50,tickets are available on www.eventbrite.com or at the gate on the event day,so also will be featuring dazzling mirage by Tunde kelani on the 30th of October on the 30th..thanks and hope to see u all dere ,its a promise, u will be glad u did

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    3. Yes,there will be a gate fee of $50,u can also get the tickets on www.eventbrite.com or 1stafroheritage.com ,so also will be featuring dazzling mirage by Tunde kelani on the 30th of Oct for $10,will be looking forward to see you there and its a promise,u will be glad u did,thanks!!

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    4. Yes,there will be a gate fee of $50,u can also get the tickets on www.eventbrite.com or 1stafroheritage.com ,so also will be featuring dazzling mirage by Tunde kelani on the 30th of Oct for $10,will be looking forward to see you there and its a promise,u will be glad u did,thanks!!

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