Having appeared on most of the national televisions, JayNii runs workshops and per-
formed both locally alongside great artistes from the African continent like Salif Kei-ta, Rita Marley, Fumi Kuti and internationally in the U.K, Sweden, France, and have won awards.
-Gannat Festival in France.
-International Organisation of Folk Arts IOV in Sweden
-Instruments Building in South Africa
-The Fringe, U.K
-Nottinghill Carnival, U.K
-Woman festival, U.K
-Hackney festival, U.K
-Big Green Gathering, U.K
-At the New music Ghana competition funded by the E.U. and organized by the Musician Union of Ghana.
Trained Miss Malaika 2010 contestants in music and dance Ghana,
-At La Palm, in 2014, JayNii Group performed for the President of Ghana
-On the African continent, the JayNii Troupe performed alongside great artistes like Salif Keita, Osibisa's McTonto, Rita Marley, 2Face Idibia, Fumi Kuti to mention a few.
-Ghana Tourist Board Excellence Awards
-Mozambique president and Minister of Health malaria conference
-On many of the national televisions including Metro TV'Thank God its Friday' show
-MNET and Studio 53 television of South Africa.
-With band (U.K. based) performed on the great show dubbed
-2005 Pan African Festival and Emancipation Day Celebration chaired by H.E. the
Vice President of Ghana, Minister of Tourism, Chairman of Commission on Culture
-performed for the massive audience from all over the world alongside Rita Marley, 2-face Idibia, Smile Africa(U.K.) Nu Black Art West Theatre, U.S based solo drummer Okyerema Asante, Ras Kobi, Makeda Thomas dance Project, Bahamas National Children's Choir and many more.
-performed at the British Council in Accra for Tecky Kids International school (British Institution),
-On national televisions like GTV and TV3 which covered the group with American Gospel Superstar, Kirk Franklin of "storm" fame at the International Conference Centre, Accra.
-The Homowo festivals organized by Vibe Fm Radio.
-The group made the opening ceremony for the West African conference (WACIPAC) led by Keiku Uchiumi, a Japanese Information & Communication Expert in Ghana.
-trained people who now perform professionally at national and international events.
-Till date, the group still run lessons/workshops for schools, local and international students.