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It was an embarrassing moment when patrons without the prescribed dress code (tuxedo or kente) were turned away at the 2018 Ghana Movie Awards which was held on December 30, 2018, at Kempinski Hotel, Accra.

In a video sighted on the Instagram page of blogger Ameyaw Debrah, patrons were seen at the entrance of the venue being checked by officials in charge to ensure that everyone was in the prescribed dress code. 

Unfortunately, those who were not in the prescribed dress code were turned away according to the caption of the video posted by Ameyaw Debrah.




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@tailored_by_oboshie #ghanamovieawards2018

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Ghana movie awards 2018🎬🎬🎬

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Ghana Movie Awards redcarpet πŸ‡¬πŸ‡­πŸŽ¬ outfit by @zarashopghana_247butik πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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I feel like a princess already Ghana movie awards 2018 am here to have fun red carpet moment

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@jackieappiah looking gorgeous in black for #ghanamovieawards2018

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DAMN!! 1st lady I caught up with at the Ongoing Ghana Movie Awards. _ Eisshh. Who is she ?? _ #Ronnieiseverywhere

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