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Coordinating virtual Headies Awards difficult —Ayo Animashaun

 

Ayo Animashaun, the organizer of the highly anticipated Nigerian music award ceremony, The Headies, has brought to his Instagram account to speak on the stress and excitement of hosting the first-ever virtual Headies Awards.

 

In his post, Animashaun remarked that although it had been a difficult task, it had also been an intriguing journey, adding that he could not wait to see the upshot of the show.

 

The 14th edition of The Headies award is slated to hold today, but it would be its first virtual award with no live audience due to the COVID-19 pandemic, aso Naija gathered.

Animashaun said, “Six months ago, we had to live by the saying that the show must go on; it has been very interesting, but I must also say that it had been very difficult, but we enjoyed the experience. Today is the D-Day for The Headies but I will like to share the experience.

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“I cannot wait to see how it filters out; this is the first time we are not going to have a live audience. Everybody is going to see a show at home on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Zoom, and HipTv.

“I hope you enjoy the occasion because we put in so much and we went through the highest level of COVID-19 obedience and regulation that you can ever think of. We have done COVID-19 test for every single person that you would find in the hall.”

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