Ben Brako (left) with Kofi Amoakohene, CEO of Scratch Studios
The highly publicised and much-anticipated musical event dubbed ‘African Union Day Concert’ slated for the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) in Accra has been postponed from the earlier advertised date of May 25 to later part of June according to the organisers, RAM Media Concepts.
The event, which brings together six of Ghana’s seasoned highlife musicians in an unforgettable musical concert had to be postponed to a later date due to some technical challenges.
Amandzeba Nat Brew, Elivava, Ben Brako, Sherifa Gunu and a host of others music stars have decided to make this year’s AU celebration an unforgettable one by dedicating it to their loyal fans across the country.
It is being organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration in collaboration with RAM Media Concepts and the Africa Bureau, and is expected to take place later in June this year.
The Coordinator of the event, Augustine Mark of RAM Media Concepts added that the event is expected to bring entertainment to lovers of African music from all walks of life.
Mr Mark hinted that measures have been put in place to bring on the bill some internationally recognised African artistes to complement the show.
He said that ‘the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration and other collaborators are working hard to ensure that the concert remains one of the best musical shows on the country’s entertainment calender.’
The African Union (AU) Day which falls on May 25 every year is considered as a statutory holiday in all member states of the AU.
By George Clifford Owusu
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