Sunday, 18 November, 2018

DopeNation, Black Avenue Music, La Meme Gang, KiDi, Kelvin Boy And Others Rock Ghana Telecom University

The Student Representative Council of Ghana Telecom University College which organized an Akwaaba Festival for the The Student Representative Council of Ghana Telecom University College which organized an Akwaaba Festival for the fresher which started on Thursday, 25 th October with a sporting event held at Lizzy Sport Complex and continued on Friday, 26 th October with an Akwaaba Night and after party at the main campus Tesano Branch, of which many artistes rocked the stage make the freshers feel at home.

Some artistes who passed were; Sefa, Petrah, Freda rhymes, kobla jnr, and others from the Black Avenue Music and as well La Meme Gang, Dope Nation, Kidi, Kelvin Boy, Tulenkey and many more.
The Akwaaba Festival for the fresher will be ended with a trip titled “RENDEZVOUS” at the Coral Beach Resort. With more side attractions as well.




which started on Thursday, 25 th October with a sporting event held at Lizzy Sport Complex and continued on Friday, 26 th October with an Akwaaba Night and after party at the main campus Tesano Branch, of which many artistes rocked the stage make the freshers feel at home.

Some artistes who passed were; Sefa, Petrah, Freda rhymes, kobla jnr, and others from the Black Avenue Music and as well La Meme Gang, Dope Nation, Kidi, Kelvin Boy, Tulenkey and many more.

The Akwaaba Festival for the fresher will be ended with a trip titled “RENDEZVOUS” at the Coral Beach Resort. With more side attractions as well.

 

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GTUC dey show too much love ❤️❤️❤️ The other day🚀🇬🇭🌍

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GTUC the love and energy y’all gave was 🔥🔥 . Love yall❤️

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