From now till Fuse ODG retires from active professional music, all he knows about is winning awards and crafting hit songs.
Nana Richard Abiona known by his stage name Fuse ODG beat Clement Marfo, Sway, Tinchy Stryder, Guvna B and Lethal B to win the 'Music Artiste Of The year' award at GUBA Awards 2013 held in UK over the weekend.
Fuse ODG was excited to be recognized among the Ghanaian community and promised to fly high the Ghanaian flag to the rest of the world with his music.
The Ghana UK Based Achievement (GUBA) Awards is a prestigious, annual awards ceremony which was inaugurated in October 2010 and was founded b Dentaa, formally a musician.
The awards event is held to showcase and celebrate excellence and achievement within the British Ghanaian community and, also, the outstanding and valuable services provided to Ghanaians in the UK and Ghana.
Below is the list of full winners:
AMARJARO AND GHANA HIGH COMMISSION CORPORATE BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
Vodafone Group Services Ltd
INVEST IN AFRICA SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS AWARD
Agro Mindset Organisation
RLG DEVELOPMENT AWARD
Edward Amartey-Tagoe – Nandi Mobile
GAMANK GROUP EFIE NE FIE (‘Home is Home’)
Deborah Jane Nelson, Mahogany Events
HOMESTRINGS SMALL EMERGING BUSINESS
BLAVO & CO YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR
Edwin Kwaku Broni-Mensah
AFRICAN FUSION DESIGNER
ARTIST OF THE YEAR 2013
YOUNG & TALENTED
GREEN: COMMUNITY BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION BEST CHARITY
MONEYGRAM BEST GHANAIAN ASSOCIATION
Merseyside Association of Ghanaians
GUBA RISING STAR 2013
BLACK STAR: RECOGNITION AWARDS GUBA COMMUNITY CHAMPION 2013
Archbishop Kwaku Frimpong Manson
GUBA STUDENT ACHIEVER 2013
Herman Chinery-Hesse – CEO the SOFTtribe Limited
Kanya King MBE
Prince Kofi Amoabeng – CEO UT Bank
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