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UMB GTA 2022: All set for UMB GTA Nominees Jam and Music Festival (House Party)

Accra, the capital of the Republic of Ghana is hosting this year’s Universal Merchant Bank Ghana Tertiary- UMB Awards nominees’ jam and music festival (house party).

According to the organizers, Crossmark Marketing, Accra will be handed the right to host the event and it is expected to happen on Saturday, November 19 at 8pm at East Legon Shiashie, around Emmanuel Eye Clinic.


Side attractions include Truth or Dare, Musical Performances, Dance Competition, Spin The Bottle and among others.

The scheme will take this year’s Nominees Jam back to the beautiful city of Accra on Saturday, November 19, 2022, to continue a party that started some years ago” Richmond Amofa-Sarpong, the CEO of Crossmark Marketing told the media.

UMB GTA 2022
UMB GTA 2022

Last year, Kumasi hosted the concert in the Ashanti Region and pulled a record attendance.

After the Nominees Jam, Crossmark Marketing will hold the 9thedition of the Universal Merchant Bank Ghana Tertiary Awards 2022 at the National Theatre at 7pm prompt.

UMB GTA 2022

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