The National Executive Committee of MUSIGA has announced a reconstituted board for the Presidential Grand Ball under the chairmanship of the CEO of the National Petroleum Authority, Hassan Tampuli.
According to the MUSIGA President Bice Osei Kuffour aka Obour, the decision to reconstitute the board is to infuse fresh ideas and energy into the planning of the Presidential Grand Ball. Other new members of the board include Perry Adamba, CEO of Multinational Insurance Brokers who is also the Chairman of the AMWeF Fund; Pearl Esua Mensah, CEO of Media General Group and Prophet Agyeman Prempeh, Founder and Head Pastor of SOJ Ministries.
Other new members of the board are Manish Nambiar, General Manager of Kempinski Gold Coast City Hotel, Maame Afia Akoto, Deputy CEO of MASLOC and Alexander Acheampong, Executive Director of First Banc and an artiste manager.
They join Kwame Sefa-Kayi of Peace FM who is the 1st Vice Chairman of the board; William Adjovu, CEO of Liberty Group, 2nd Vice Chairman of the board; Von Klaus Backustein, COO of EIB Group, Samuel Atta Mensah, MD of Citifm and Kupenda; Eddie Ankomah Kusi, Chairman of Erata Group and Nana Yaw Barima Kissi, CEO of High Brains Ltd.
The Coordinator of the Presidential Grand Ball, Georgina Bimpong payed glowing tribute to the outgoing chairman of the board Samuel Afari Dartey former CEO of the Forestry Commission for the exemplary leadership he provided for the board over the years. She expressed her excitement at the inclusion of the new members and assured patrons of an even more prestigious and exciting event this year.
The Presidential Grand Ball is an initiative of MUSIGA in support of the Ageing Musicians Welfare Fund (AMWeF) and other projects of the Union. The event brings together leaders of society, captains of industry and members of the diplomatic corp for an evening of quality entertainment and networking. Some leading performers at the event have included the late Paapa Yankson, Bob Pinodo, Nana Kwame Ampadu, Osei Vasco, Becca, Bisa K Dei and others. This year’s event is slated for Friday, December 29, 2017 at the State House Banquet Hall.