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TWELLIUM IND CONGRATULATES FANCY GADAM (Brand Ambassador, Rasta Choco Malt)

Management Of the leading beverage Company in Ghana, Twellium Ind. Ltd, producers of Rasta Choco Malt and Rush Energy Drink is expressing their heartfelt congratulations to Fancy Gadam (brand ambassador of Rasta Choco Malt) for winning the New Artist of the year Category at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2017.
 
There is no doubt that Twellium Ind. Ltd showed massive support to Fancy Gadam during his campaign journey to win at the VGMA’s; they therefore heavily delights in the victory of Fancy Gadam, they are proud of him as Rasta Choco Malt Ambasaddor  and they are encouraging him to soar high both in his talent and his carrier as an outstanding musician.
 
The Company believes that the artist, who hails from the Northern part of Ghana has an unquestionable talent and a clear cut visions to put himself, his music and the whole nation on the map.
 
As the brand ambassador of Rasta Choco Malt, Fancy, has toured on Peace Concerts in most parts of Northern Region including Tamale, Bimbila, Yendi, Savelugu, Bolga, Walewale etc.
In the Capital Accra, the company with Rush Energy Drink supported Fancy to put up his own concert at the National Theatre, not forgetting the Rush Meets Rasta Concerts in places like Ashaiman, Nima, Shukura with not less than 10,000 patrons.
 
Management are still on the look out to support and promote other upcoming artists, and therefore is encouraging them to learn from Fancy Gadam who is glowing in his music career.

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