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Radio and Television play vital role in nation development. Radio and Television are platforms to disseminate information, entertains, inspires, educates and energizes the people of every nation and therefore the personalities behind the console and in front of the cameras contribution to national development cannot be ignored.

 

The Radio and Television Personalities having been ignored in terms of recognition over the years, Prince Mackay, CEO and Founder of Big Events Ghana Ltd., acknowledging the role radio and television personalities have played over the years in Ghana, instituted the prestigious RTP Awards scheme to reward and honour excellence and hard work in the in the radio and television industry in Ghana.

 

January 2011 saw the birth and launch of 1st edition of the RTP Awards at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra. The launch attracted over 1,000 personalities within the radio and television industry, celebrities and the general public. In June 2011 at the Banquet Hall, State House, the very 1st edition of the radio and television personality awards (RTP Awards) was held and it honoured 28 radio and television personalities across Ghana, with over 3,000 people attending. The event was hosted by Ama K Abebrese and Felix Vander Pullin.

 

After the successful organization of the 1st edition, the RTP Awards and many brands in Ghana, supported the annual event especially key industry stakeholders.

Big Events Ghana CEO Prince Mackay, launched the 2nd edition of the awards at the Alisa Hotel in Accra in January 2012. Boosted by the huge success of the launch, Big Events Ghana pulled up a wonderful event on the 13th October, 2012 at the Dome of the Accra International Conference Centre, with the event attracting over 5,000 people in attendance.

 

Some Of The Music Artistes who have performed on the Prestigious Rtp Awards Stage Include: Kojo Antwi (Mr. Music Man), Gyedublay Ambulley, Ck Mann, Efya, D Cryme, Asem, No Tribe, Selina Boateng, Gifty Osei, Herty Borngreat, Ruff N Smooth, Stone Bwoy, Ireen Logan and More.

 

Rtp Awards 2011 Award Presenters Include: Hon Okudzeto Ablakwa (Mp & Former Deputy Minister For Education-Ghana), Former 1st Lady Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings, Hon Alex Segbefia- Former Deputy Chief Of Staff, Gloria Yirenkyie- Country Manager, South Africa Airline, Tosan Woode- Country Manager, Virgin Atlantic Airline, Most Rev Sam Korankyie Ankrah- President, Royal House Chapel Int., Ama Okyere- Marketing Director, Guinness Ghana, Kofi Ajalolo- Actor, Nadia Buari- Actress, Sulley Ali Muntari- Ac Milan And Black Stars Of Ghana, Alhassan Andani- Md Stanbic Bank, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh- Mp Manhyia, Hon Afotey Agbo- Greater Accra Regional Minister, Hon Fritz Baffour- Mp And Former Minister Of Information And More………………..

Rtp Awards 2012 Award Presenters Include: Joyce Ngoh- Country Director Of Voice Of America (Voa), Van Vicker- Actor, Daughters Of Glorious Jesus- Gospel Musicians, Bishop Christy Doe Tetteh- Solid Rock Chapel Int, Tagoe Sisters- Gospel Musicians, Zapp Mallet- Sound Engineer, Mr Derick Oboubi- Director Of Brands, Glo Ghana, Donald Gweni- Airtel Ghana, Carmen Bruce Annan- Head Of Corporate Communication, Vodafone Ghana, Peter Jones- British High Commissioner, Joseph Agbeko- Former Ibo Bantamweight Champion, Mr Asare Boafo- Director Of Sales, Movenpick Ambassador Hotel, Timothy Bentum- Actor, Chris Attoh- Actor, Mr Prince Kofi Klujeson- Former President Of Association Of Ghana Industries, Challotte Gustavsson- Ceo Viasat 1 Tv, Hon Dr. Hannah Bissiw- Deputy Minister For Agriculture, Madam Ama Amoah- Marketing Director, Western Union, Hon Quaye Kumah- Deputy Minister For Road And Highways, Mr Kenny Andam- Ceo Of Globa Ghana, Mr Felix Andam- Country Manager, Os Petro, Mr Prince Mackay- Ceo Big Events Ghana And CEO Rtp Awards Ghana.