Visionary, founder and CEO of Na Level Empire, Elvis Tanwie aka The Daddies, has promised to take the Cameroonian entertainment industry to a much more professional level. He made this promise over the weekend during a joint press conference organized by Na Level Empire and Musango Beach Hotel, which took place at the newly launched Musango Beach Hotel on Saturday March 18, 2017.
The Daddies, who has been in the industry for 13 years, said his agency in partnership with Musango Beach Hotel has as aim to promote both the tourism and culture sector in Cameroon. He added that, he designed this project to be a solution to domains such as film making, music, fashion and comedy.
“Na Level Empire has as objective to identify and train youths in the different areas of the entertainment industry. We will equally expose them through platforms which will enable us give our own quota as contribution in order to valorize our culture.”
Elvis Tanwie went on to reveal that the Na Level Foundation is one of the major arms of the Empire, which will go beyond the entertainment industry: “We created Na Level Foundation because the models we are raising will be exceptional; they all have individual community development projects which they are going to undertake. And we are to serve as liaison between these youths and international organizations that promote specific projects.”
Responding to what prompted Na Level Empire and Musango Beach Hotel to get into a partnership, Tarhyang Enowbikah Tabe, President of Cameroon Association of Media Professionals (CAMP) and media partner to Na Level Empire, said: “Most of Musango Beach Hotel’s facilities; conference halls; rooms and suites; beach house and seaside view, are assets to the entertainment industry. Both institutions, Musango Beach Hotel and Na Level Empire, have similar objectives; which are to promote the Cameroon entertainment industry, tourism and culture.”
On her part, Susan Ashu, Communication Officer of Musango Beach Hotel, purported that their reason for partnering with Na Level Empire is because they understand their mission and goals: “We believe in their dream and in what they are able to accomplish. We are equally certain that together, we will go places.”
Tanwie Elvis is a filmmaker, promoter of culture; has been project manager of Miss West Africa and Miss University Africa. He has done several pieces including; Bad Angel, Two Ways, and Who will die?
His big dream and project, Na Level Empire, which he started nurturing in 2007, is an entertainment and management group which identifies, trains and exposes talents through its platforms and Na Level web engine, which creates opportunities through networking amongst diverse facets of entertainment.