The Humanitarian and Dinner Dance is a yearly initiative designed to encourage the West African celebrities to give back to the society through any charitable means. A technical team tracks celebrities who are into charity and access the amount of influence they impart onto the society within a period of twelve months. The one with the highest impartation becomes the humanitarian person or honouree for the Dinner Dance Party with his or her family, friends and fans.
The projects which aim at tackling all celebrities in West Africa will hold its maiden party with Juliet Ibrahim, founder of the Juliet Ibrahim Foundation for Kidney Cancer. Her awareness video was voted the Best Video when she represented Ghana at the International Kidney Cancer Coalitions in Italy. Juliet’s charity work has gone beyond expectation and continues to educate the public on kidney related diseases, and raising funds to support persons living with such conditions.
The Humanitarian and Dinner Dance in honour of Juliet Ibrahim will hold at Vienna City and include guests like Van Vicker, Majid Michel, Tinny, Joselyn Dumas, Caroline, Iso Perley, Eddie Watson, and Christable Ekeh. It is an initiative of Next Media Concept ‘NMC’ in collaboration with West Africa Regional Promoters Inc. (WARPS).