With few days to the exclusive unveiling of the GUBA 2013 nominees, top personalities and business moguls have been confirmed to attend the star studded launch on 5 September, 2013 at the British House of Commons.
Hosted by MP Diana Abbot, the specially invited guests include Ghana’s former Information Minister and MP for Ablekuma South constituency, Honourable Fritz Baffour, Music Of Black Origin (MOBO) awards founder, Kanya King, Italian-American lawyer Nancy Dell’Olio, British politician, MP representing the constituency of Spelthorne in Surrey and member of Conservative party, MP. Kwesi Kwarteng and Councillor John Fahy, Royal Borough of Greenwich Councillor.
Also, the Head of Africa Armajaro Holdings Limited, Rahul Gopinath, Programmes Director, Invest in Africa, Will Pollen, Senior Partner, Blavo & Co., John Blavo, GUBA Patron, Hugh Quarshie, former BBC host, Henry Bonsu, UK-based artist Clement Marfo, UK-based gospel icon GUVNA B, Ghana Black Stars and Fulham FC’s Derek Boateng, Floella Karen Yunies Benjamin, Baroness of Beckenham in the County of Kent and His Excellency, Prof. Kwaku Danso-Boafo, Ghana High Commissioner will be present.
The main awards ceremony slated for Saturday, 16th November 2013 at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, London, SE1 7TJ, will celebrate outstanding individuals and businesses that have impacted their communities in their various sectors of endeavour; industries of commerce, professional, sports and entertainment, from the period starting July 2012 to June 2013.
The official sponsors of the GUBA awards 2013 include: RLG, Armajaro, MoneyGram, Invest In Africa, Blavo and Co, Gamank Group, British High Commission Accra, Homestrings, MYGAPPAEL and Arik air.
For Tickets visit www.gubaawards.co.uk