Ghanaian actor Bernard Aduse-Poku will for the second year running host the 3G Media Awards set to hold on Saturday November 11 at the Pak Banquet Hall in Bronx, New York, USA.
Held in recognition of exceptional leaders and their contributions to the Ghanaian and Global communities, this year’s edition of the 3G Media Awards will honour controversial counsellor George Lutterodt.
Other honorees are Tommy Smythe, ESPN’s Sports Presenter and Analyst, former Ghanaian Sprint legend Alice Annum; world boxing champion and legend Azuma Nelson; former Ghana Black Stars’ Coach Dr. Akwasi Appiah; the captain of the Ghana national soccer team Asamoah Gyan; and other Ghanaian soccer legends like Rev. Osei Kofi, Ibrahim Sunday, Kuuku Dadzie and many others.
This year’s edition of the awards is centred on the theme “Merging Afrobeat and Reggae Music, John Q and Dr. Knii Lante Collabo to Promote Diabetes.”
Past honorees of the 3G Awards Gala have included Boxing Heavyweight Michael Spinks, New York Senator Hassel-Smith, Movie star; Abraham Attah, Hon Kennedy Ohene-Agyapong, Member of Parliament, Shatta Wale
and Prince David Osei.
3G Media Awards is produced by 3G Media Inc; a news platform promoting Ghanaian and African Affairs in the diaspora.