One of the most anticipated awards, AFRIMA (All Africa Music Awards) is set to take place again this year and things just got even more interesting.
During the ceremony of unveiling the activities of the 2015 All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA, ceremony in Nigeria, the International Committee of AFRIMA has announced 5000 units of discount shopping vouchers worth N3,000 each to be distributed to all guests/participants by Supermart.ng.
Supermart.ng is an online Supermarket and would be at this year's All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA on Sunday, November 15 at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Unveiling the partnership deal, Director of Communication and Sponsorship, AFRIMA, Matlou Tsotsetsi said:
"There is a global call to action today for collaboration. Businesses, great and small are called upon to examine economic challenges and share ideas on how it can be eliminated in Africa. This is a good opportunity for us to air our views about the approaches being used to shop with convenience in Africa. Like it or not enterprises are growing in Africa. With Supermart.ng, the cost of moving goods and personnel around, cost of maintenance of motor vehicles due to high wear and tear and with so much man-hour wasted due to road congestion is reduced."
According to the Senior Associate, Communications and Partnerships, Supermart.ng, Oluwatayo Alofun stated that: "Supermart.ng is proud to support the All Africa Music Award, AFRIMA 2015. This is in line with our business objective of meeting African needs by Africans. While we are meeting these needs in the area of food, technology and logistics, we proudly support other Africans that are meeting African needs in other areas especially in entertainment, tourism, arts and culture"
It also seeks to reward excellence in the continent’s music and media industry as well as maximally expose African tourism and culture to a worldwide audience about the greatness and values of the African culture and artistic legacy for the purpose of creating jobs and reducing poverty.
AFRIMA is expected to be broadcast live to over 80 countries across the world with African superstars billed to perform like Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Davido, Diamond Platnumz, Olamide, Yemi Alade, Busiswa, AKA, Sakordie, Charlotte Dipanda, Ahmed Soultan, Flavour, Alikiba, Vanessa Mdee, Wiyaala, Jose Chameleone, Cassper Nyovest, Dark Suburb, Bebe Cool and several others.
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