NAMA2019 Presenters Announced

With just weeks away from the much anticipated music award show, the Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) presenters have been announced.

Namibia's most epic entertainment night will witness the raw talent these presenters have to offer, as they bring knack and glamour to the event. Auditions began on the 1st of June 2019 and the executive committee have found the perfect presenters.

After weeks of extensive training sessions, the talent of Namibia has been brought down to 6 lucky presenters who each offer their unique talents that will gel together to deliver a clean show.

The awards are scheduled to take place on September 7 at The Dome.
 
These presenters are; Tanya Daringo, Paul Munanjala, Joe Mulisa, Elago Shitaatala, Adriano Visagie and Ndapewa Ambambi.

 Get to know the presenters

Main Stage

Tanya Daringo and Paul Munanjala (also known as Paul Da Prince) will be the presenters on the main stage. They will hold it down for the whole night giving us a taste of their already established talent. Both having experience on and behind the camera. Both graduates at Unam and share the same comfort for on stage, television and radio presenting.
Tanya first made her appearance in the entertainment scene when she became the face of NBC lifestyle magazine 'Tutaleni'.
Paul has been on the entertainment scene with appearances on NBS's 'Whatagwan', he has also debuted on the NAMA stage in 2015. However he reckons that a highlight of his career has been guest presenting on 'Homeground', a Supersport entertainment show.

The Blue Room

Joe Mulisa and Elago Shitaatala have worked together in the NAMA2019 nomination show, and they displayed the type of chemistry that is needed when co-presenting an event together.
Joe is a former Unam student and presents on the 'Daily Dose' on Touch FM.
Elago is a video editor and production officer at NBC in the news and current affairs department.
 
The Blue carpet
 
Adriano Visagie and Ndapewa Ambambi have been chosen as the presenters for the very scrutinized blue carpet as celebrities often show their sense of style as they strut the carpet.
Ndapewa is a final year journalism student at Namibian University of Science and Technology.
Adriano is no stranger to the entertainment scene as he has been acting in a number of theater productions and nominated for an AMVCA.

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Written by:
Nalebrity Team