Top Ghanaian musician, Stone Bwoy was in the early hours of Sunday September 29, 2019 presented with a citation and plaque from organisers of the Millennium Excellence Awards, WASH Africa and Wahala Entertainment, the organisers of the Zero Borla Fashion and Music Concert at the Accra Sports Stadium.

Ambassador Ashim Morton, director of Wash Africa conferred on Stone Bwoy the Global Ambassador to promote the ban of single use plastic and polythene waste in Ghana.

Wael Hakim of Wahala Entertainment congratulated Stone Bwoy for gracing the Zero Borla Fashion & Music Concert.

Some of the exciting performers were Kwan Pa, Lady Jay and her romantic dancers, Efya, Tinny, Jupiter, Gyadu Blay Ambolley, Efe Kizz, EL and Joey B.

Aseda Spencer, an Afro pop artiste and former world boxing champion, the fresh King Kong, Joseph Agbeko thrilled the fans with a dance and modelling cat walk.

Top models and fashion designers graced the night with wild and flamboyant oufits made from plastic and polythene.

Madam Betty Brown, general manager of the Accra Recycling Compost Company adviced Ghanaians to make good use of the plastics to earn economic benefits.

The Zero Borla Fashion & Music Concert was sponsored by Bank of Africa, Twellium Ghana Ltd, Wash Africa, Wahala Entertainment, TV 4 Live and Zen Garden.

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