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Hi Life marshal Ben Brako is billed to be performing at the first ever industry recognition for the fashion industry dubbed Ghana Fashion Awards 2011 scheduled to take place on the 9th of December 2011 inside the Mplaza Hotel North Ridge Accra.

The awards will be rewarding close to 13 categories or nominees who are excelling in the fashion industry in Ghana and most important those whose works through their hard work were recognized this year by the general public will be honored.

According to the event organizers Fashion Xpo the taste of giving fashion lovers a blend of Old school fashion with a dilute of the new school made them go for the Hi-life Marshal Ben Brako as in later dates they will unveil their younger musicians to join Ben Brako.

It will be an awards night with great music not a fashion show with music, organizers disclosed that with the aim of explaining and clearing the air of people whose ideology is that anytime fashion awards are announced the perception becomes a fashion not an awards ceremony hence that perception will be changed after this event, organizers lamented.

Finally they promise a thundering event as the best in the creme de la creme in the fashion world will meet on the 9th of December 2011 to treat all to the best in the name of fashion.

Lets start making the date on our calendars, 9th December is declared as the Ghana fashion awards night, come look glamorous, sweet and walk gorgeously on the RED carpet inside the
Mplaza Hotel with great music from Ben Brako.
Source: Nanayaw18.com

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