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WATCH: 10 year reminisce for NAMAs grand finale

MTC bows out with a night to remember at the Swakopmund Dome.

The Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) received a kiss of life today following the announcement by MTC that they will continue bankrolling the event.
This year the event will be hosted on May 2 at the Dome in Swakopmund MTC’ a chief human capital and communications manager Tim Ekandjo confirmed at a press conference in Windhoek.

Tim Ekandjo who also added that nominations will be done on 27 March says the organisers will ensure that the last event will be one to remember.

Another exciting element to look forward to is that the last NAMAs will be taking a trip down memory lane and will be taking glimpse from the events of the past nine years and incorporating it in the finale.
“There will be a competition on which artist the public wants to see back. Nominations will be on 27 March on wataguan,” Ekandjo said.
The awards will also continue receiving a live broadcast from the national broadcaster NBC.

Ekandjo further says that the event will be putting a lot of emphases on fashion as well as making sure that everyone will feel like a VIP.

“There will be no general tickets sold. Everyone on the night will be a VIP and all tickets are on sale for N$ 350 on Webtickets.


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