The Chief Executive Officer of Menzgold Ghana, Nana Appiah Mensah gave away customised 24-karat gold coins to the “Best International Act” nominees at the just ended 2018 BET Awards held at the Microsoft Center in Los Angeles, California.
11 African artistes and African artistes in the diaspora were nominated for the category. There were Casper Nyovest (South Africa), Distruction Boyz (South Africa), Davido (Nigeria), Tiwa Savage (Nigeria), Fally Ipupa (DR Congo), Stormzy (UK), J Hus (UK), Booba (France), J Hus (UK), Stefflon Don (UK), and Niska (France).
Davido, an Afro-pop performer from Nigeria, won the “Best International Act” award at the ceremony held on Sunday, June 24.
Before the main event, Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1), Stonebwoy and Becca who represented MenzGold Ghana held a ‘Cocktails and Coins’ party where each nominee in the “Best International Act” category was gifted a customised 24-Karat gold coin.
“A bit of Ghana, the former Gold Coast repping in America. BET international Cocktails & Coins happening tonight. Powered by MENZGOLD …Ghana’s Gold Hub.” Zylofon Media, the sister company of MenzGold Ghana revealed in a tweet.
NAM1 gifting out customised 24-Karat gold coins at the 2018 BET awards night, some Ghanaians are eager to know the worth of the coins and the total amount of cash MenzGold blew up on them.
According to information reaching Pulse.com.gh sighted by Airnewsonline.com, each customised gold at MenzGold costs GHC 25,000 (equivalent to USD 5,300.00). If that amount is multiplied by the number of nominees who received the coins, it would cost GHC 275,000.00 (equivalent to 58,000.00).
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