Okyeame Kwame Thrills Audience At ‘Made In Ghana Fair’ With An Energetic Performance (Photos)

Okyeame Kwame Thrills Audience At ‘Made In Ghana Fair’ With An Energetic Performance (Photos)

It was an electrifying atmosphere when Okyeame Kwame mounted the stage at the Made in Ghana Fair to perform.

The programme which was held on Saturday November 3, 2018 at the Junction Mall in Accra had in attendance thousands of revelers who thronged the place to witness rich display of Made in Ghana products.

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Okyeame Kwame exuded much energy on stage as he performed back to back hits for about one and half hours.

He was supported by backing vocalists and female dancers buoyancy fit perfectly into the energetic ambiance.

One of the high moments was when a gentleman he picked randomly from the audience joined him on stage to perform ‘Mesan Aba’.

Awed by the sparkling performance of the guy, Okyeame gifted him a Made in Ghana t-shirt and his expensive gold chain.

Kwame who was adorned in white fugu and a pair of trousers together with his dancers, also performed his ‘Made in Ghana’ song which is already helping to push the Made in Ghana agenda on all fronts.

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The third edition of the Made in Ghana Fair was organised by Multimedia Group of Companies.

It saw the display of rich Ghanaian culture as some staff of the company strutted their stuff on the runway in their Ghanaian costumes.

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Okyeame Kwame, who was currently made ‘Made in Ghana’ Ambassador by the Ministry of Trade and Industry, is bent on preaching the Made in Ghana agenda through music and other arts related projects.

While preparing to release his ‘Made in Ghana’ album in December, he is busily engaging in other activities to help preserve Ghanaian heritage.

The album features Kuami Eugene, Kurl Songs, Wiyaala, AfriyieWutah, Atongo Simba and Fancy Gadam.

The rest are Kidi, Wulomei, FeliNuna, YaaYaa, Kwan Pa band.

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The songs represent the 10 regions and their cultures, bringing varied Ghanaian rhythms together through music, videos and paraphernalia.

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