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3Music Awards cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak in Ghana

The Organisers of 3Music Awards have postponed their upcoming fan festival which is slated on March 14 at the Accra Polo Club due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19 case in Ghana.

This decision was made as a preliminary precaution against the spread of the virus among the people till further notice.

The event was a celebration of music and a day for patrons to get to know nominees ahead of the main awards event on March 28.

In a press statement which was issued yesterday in Accra, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO)of the awards, Sadiq Abdulai Abu, stated that his institution and partners are prioritising the safety and well being of patrons.

“This decision is also meant to complement ongoing precautionary efforts by the state and other interested organizations,” he added.

Mr Abdulai Abu stressed that if the country is able to combat the virus, the Fan Fest will be held in April.

Regarding the main awards night, he promised to give details of the decision they are taking in some days.

Read the full post below:

After consultations in the past few hours, 3Media Networks, its key partners, The Multimedia Broadcasting group, EandE Ghana, Fantasy Entertainment, the board and sponsors, have decided not to go ahead with Saturday’s Fan Fest at the Accra Polo Grounds due to the Corona Virus outbreak in Ghana.

As a forward-thinking organization that prioritizes the safety and wellbeing of its patrons, this we believe, is the most humane decision to take.

This decision is also meant to compliment ongoing precautionary efforts by the state and other interested organizations.

The Fan Fest will now be held at the earliest in April.

Further details with regards to the main awards night will be communicated in the next few days.

Source: spotonnews.net

Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

I am An Entertainment Columnist, Content Writer, Blogger, Novelist, Poet, and a Publicist.

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