Awards scheme focused on honouring hard-working individuals in the entertainment circles, Time Ghana Arts and Entertainment Awards (TGAEA) has unveiled nominations for this year’s event.
This edition, which is the 4th since its inception, is expected to take place on October 7 at the National Theatre Exhibition Hall.
The 4th edition, themed: ‘Love& Unity’, will see top creative arts players compete in 45 categories of the scheme.
Founder of the scheme, Cecilia Gyase Konamah – affectionately called Abena Ghana, expressed appreciation to the National Commission on Culture for partnering with them for the best.
She further thanked Time Herbal Mixture; supporting sponsors – Aseda Fabrics, Poundz World, Greenfield Herbal Clinic, Final Beverages, Ella Cardie and Eye360 security – for supporting the country’s creative art industry.
The ultimate award on the night, Man of the Year contest will be vied for by Nana Romeo, Okatakyie Afrifa Mensah, Osebo The Zaraman, Roman Fada and Kwaku Owusu Adjei Pato.
The Woman of the Year is a straight battle between, Ohemaa Woyeje, Roselyn Felli, Ohemaa Woye Supa, Sokoohemaa and Cynthia Tima Yeboah.
Osebo The Zaraman, Too Sweet Anann, Afia Pinamang, Charlie Dior and Diana Asamoah – who have distinguished themselves in the fashion world – will compete in the Best Fashion Icon Category.
The Best Actor contest is between Collins Oteng, Kofi Adjorlolo, Vincent M.McCauley, Richard Asante(Kalybos), Aaron Adatsi and Rev. Isaac Aidoo.
Best Actress crown is up for grabs as Awoyaa Ampaw, Evangelist Kasawale, Nana Yaa Agyare, Patricia Osei Boateng and Akyere Bruwah wrestle it out.
The Best Entrepreneur Category has Osebo The Zaraman, Sokohemaa, Nana Yaa Brefo, Okatakyie Afrifa Mensah, and Ohemaa Woyeje.
Miss Tourism Ghana, Miss Ghana, Miss Musilimah, Miss Tertiary Africa and Miss Intercontinental Ghana will compete for the Best Pageantry.
Funny Face, Richard Amoako (NtimNation), Jeneral Ntetia, SDKDele, and Juicy Vibes will contest in the Best Comic.
In all, there are about 43 categories up for grabs by hard-working personalities in the creative arts space.