Jullie Jay-Kanz Grabs Two Nominations For 2016 Ghana Tertiary Awards.
The final list of the qualified nominees out of the 18000 forms submitted by students for the 2016 Ghana Tertiary Awards was successfully released yesterday, 19th of August ,2016 at the Airport West Hotel in Accra.
Organized by Youth Web Ghana, the biggest student festival “Ghana Tertiary Awards” seeks to award and appreciate hardworking tertiary students who are making positive impact in the lives of the youth in the country.
Among these nominees are BET Award winning rapper Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Samini, radio and TV host Akumaa, actor John Dumelo, Bola Ray and others for the tertiary star category.
Female reggae/dancehall blogger, writer, promoter and publicist popularly known as Jullie Jay-Kanz also secured two nominations for the Most Influential Student Blogger/Writer and Most Influential Student in Health Science categories.
Jullie who is currently working on her upcoming dancehall promotional project with Cashtwo Beats and Cynthia Morgan‘s producer Qasebeatz from Nigeria on the Night Nurse Riddim and Cripple Bone Riddim respectfully was the brain behind the success of the renowed reggae/dancehall “Social Media Riddim” promotional project which was widely endorsed and embraced all over Africa and Jamaica
Better known and called as Ghana’s first ever female dancehall promoter, “Di Dancehall Critic” and Africa’s best chosen female promoter, the female blogger and nurse has had massive endorsements from pronounced dancehall acts including Jamaica’s Jah Vinci and Jemineye, World Famous Dr. Maxwell Heather and Larry London, the hosts of Music Time In Africa Show on U.S.A. based radio ; “Voice Of America” due to her professional blogging and writing skills.
Jullie Jay-Kanz is the C.E.O. , administrator, and editor of Ghana’s art and entertainment websites www.HelloGh.com, www.JullieJay.com, dancehallcritic.com and JJK Promotions Limited.
Kindly vote for Jullie to win this year’s Ghana Tertiary Awards’ Most Influential Student Blogger/Writer by texting ; P4 to 1762
For Most influential student in health science, text HS1 to 1762