As part of plans to celebrate 60 years of Ghanaian independence, Koby Maxwell Productions and Koby Maxwell are hosting a number of Ghanaian and other African artists to join hands in celebrating the beauty and culture of Ghana and Africa in the Washington DC metro area on March 11, 2017.
This will be the 5th Ghana independence celebrations festivities organized by Koby Maxwell Productions (KMP) called Ghana Independence ball. Fellow movie stars, musicians and philanthropist of non-Ghanaian origin will also be in attendance.
Event location will be ‘Station 1’ in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA and will have for its host award winning Ghanaian actor Chris Attoh.
At this year’s KMP event you can hangout with Ghanaian celebrities like Koby Maxwell himself, D-Cryme, Wizboyy of Nigeria and a host of others from across Africa that will assemble at this event.
The 5th Koby Maxwell Ghana Independence ball will also feature the 3rd edition of the KMP Awards which Koby uses to recognize distinguished persons in the African diaspora community of the USA, he will also exclusively premiere his new single’s music video titled African Lady featuring Wizboyy on the night of the event just for those in attendance.
According to Koby “advance tickets costs $30 while tickets bought on the night of the event is $40. Come one and all lets celebrate Ghana as she turns 60 and congratulate Africans in the Diaspora while we make new friends and build a better future.”
Koby Maxwell is a musician, singer, actor and producer who currently resides in Washington, D.C. in the United States. For more information about him and this event, reach KMP at email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ghana became the first subsaharan country to attain independence from British colonial rule under the leadership of first president Dr. Kwame Nkrumah on March 6, 1957.