Next Media Concept ‘NMC’ in collaboration with West Africa Regional Promoters Inc. (WARPS) wishes to introduce you to a first time ever event in West Africa dubbed: “The Humanitarian and Dinner Dance Party”

The Humanitarian and Dinner Dance is a yearly initiative designed to encourage the West African celebrities to give back to the society through any charitable means. By so doing, the technical team of both companies will track celebrities who are into charitable organizations or has a foundation and access the amount of influence they impart onto the society within a period of twelve Months. The one with the highest impartation becomes the humanitarian person (honour) for the Dinner Dance Party with his or her family, friends and fans.

The projects which aims at tackling all celebrities in West Africa is starting it maiden party with Juliet Ibrahim, Ghana’s Co-Best Actress – 2010 and Face of Ghana Movie, 2011. She’s the founder of the Juliet Ibrahim Kidney Cancer Foundation. Her awareness video was voted the Best Video when she represented Ghana at the International Kidney Cancer Coalitions in Italy. Within the short pace, Juliet charitable work has gone beyond expectation hence she stands the privilege to be the first celebrity to experience the “Humanitarian Honour and Dinner Dance Party”.

Having Van Vicker, Majid Michel, Tinny, Joselyn Dumas, Caroline, Iso Perley, Eddie Watson, Christable Ekeh among other celebs as invited guests, the event is hereby scheduled for Saturday, the 18th of August, 2012 at 9:00pm, Vienna City – Accra branch. Activities on the day: Photo shoots with fans, friend and reporters on the red carpet, buffet, autograph section and an open floor to dance with the celebrities.

The rate for ordinary is GH¢ 10 and VIP: GH¢ 15. Executive wear is the dress code. Come dine, drink and mingle with your celebrities as Juliet Ibrahim gets honoured as the Humanitarian Celeb, 2012.

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