Cassio Gen-ex Anthony wins National Youth Action Committee (NYAC)
CONGRATULATIONS Gen-ex !
To Gospel Minister Cassio Gen-ex Anthony for being awarded by the National Youth Action Committee (NYAC his achievements in Gospel) at their eighteenth (18th) Annual Top 20 Stars of Tomorrow Awards Ceremony which was held on Wednesday November 14th, 2012 at Queens Hall Auditorium, #1-3 St Ann’s Road, St Ann’s, Port-of-Spain.
Gen-ex, as he known in the Gospel arena, is indeed a light of hope to his community and the nation’s youth. He is a young man with a powerful testimony and is not afraid to tell his story. Growing up in the community of Palo Seco in south Trinidad, he has been letting the world know that Jesus Christ is Lord.
Through his music, God has opened many doors for him, so when the National Youth Action Committee contacted him about the award, this was just another confirmation of God’s promised blessing to his ministry.
The National Youth Action Committee Top 20 Stars of Tomorrow Award Ceremony is a highly prestigious event, which seeks to showcase both the talent and positive achievements of young people in Trinidad and Tobago. The ceremony highlights twenty outstanding young artistes and twenty achievers, for their accomplishments of the previous year.
The NYAC believes that these young people if given exposure to the nation’s youth can inspire their peers to achieve in their own way, despite whatever challenges arise. Awards were presented for performances of excellence in various activities and disciplines in the following major categories:
- Community service
- Science and technology
- The Arts
The artistes are selected from various art forms that play a very positive and effective role in influencing the lives of our youth. As such, the selections listed amongst the Top 20 have been carefully selected based on:
- their excellence in both musical and lyrical structure
- the strength of their appeal
- their social and educational value towards uplifting the minds of our youth.
Some of those achievers awarded in the past include:- Darryl Brown – Athletics; Dwayne Bravo – Cricket; Kamilia Ram – (President’s Medal 2002); Katija Khan – Community Service; George Bovell – Swimming; Marc Burns – Athletics; Jesse Boocock – Golf; Kenwyn Jones – Football; Maria Leung (President’s Medal Winner 2004); Siobhan Cropper – Swimming; Shivana Ragoonanan – Music (Steelpan); Giselle Salandy – Boxing; Surendra Surajdeo Maharaj – Science & Technology and the Signal Hill Alumni Choir. All of whom have achieved further national and international accomplishments over recent years.
The awardees were endorsed by the President of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago, His Excellency Professor George Maxwell Richards during the courtesy visits to his excellence.
Men of Purpose is overjoyed for our brother Cassio Anthony (Gen-ex) for being recognized nationally for his work in gospel, that transcends beyond music and touches lives even with clothes and food distribution. Special mention must be made to his team Gospel on D Go, his wife and his mother who support him through thick and thin.
Cassio Anthony (Gen-ex) you are indeed a man of God and a MAN OF PURPOSE. Continue spreading the gospel throughout Trinidad and Tobago. And take your ministry to the rest of the world.
If you want to partner with Gen-Ex and support his ministry please contact him: 1(868) 368- 4479/ 718 -0679.