Ghana Youth Entertainment Awards: Edward Osagyefo Wins Discovery of The Year Award

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The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of African Youth Peace Campaign and President of Pan African Alliance in the Middle East, Edward Osagyefo has won this year’s Discovery of The Year Award at the Ghana Youth Entertainment Awards held last Saturday.

Edward Osagyefo won the Award with his song, ‘Xenophobia,’ making it the 5th time he won an award with the said song.

Edward Osagyefo who has been a strong advocate and a voice against Xenophobic attacks, Racism and Black Slavery in African countries making him sweep the Central Media Awards 2020 and Talents House He also won the Best International Act of the Year and Dancehall/Reggae Song of the Year Awards.

The latest Award adds up to his fleet of awards he received out of his hard work and dedication towards the Peace process in Africa.

It would be recalled that Edward Osagyefo launched his campaign for peace after the Xenophobic attacks in South Africa which sprouted across other African countries with the song “SAY NO TO XENOPHOBIA.”

The Song is an awakening call on Africans to stay United in peace for development.

He sent a Peace Message across through the African continent, stressing the scourges of Xenophobia, Black Slavery and Racism.

Xenophobia, Black Slavery and Racism he said, are taken over the place of peace and unity in Africa and that it is time Africans stood up and say “NO” to what he described us evils.

Edward Osagyefo has also done so many things to create a very enabling environment for the youth. He joined Ghanaian Celebrities, living home and abroad, on a campaign dubbed “COVID-19 Cure; Africa Must Look Within.”

The campaign which is powered by Think Media Expert, is an appeal to Africa leaders to look within for a cure for the novel Coronavirus that is sweeping the whole world.

Speaking to him in an interview, he hinted that he would soon release another song entitled “Free Yourself” which tells the youth how they can free themselves from political violence and the influence form politicians who are expecting to use the youth to perpetrate violence and cause destruction.

By PROSPER AGBENYEGA

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