Once again the art of creativity was on display when a group of professional dancers from Flash Mob Ghana surprised the specially invited guests at the official launch of the Databank Educational Investment Fund (EdIFund) – an educational fund from the Databank Group.
Held inside the financial institution’s 61 Barnes Road premises on Thursday, September 11, the cock-tail event saw some high-profile personalities in Ghana’s educational and financial sector including but not limited to the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Legon, Prof. Ernest Aryeetey as well as the Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Chamber of Mines, Dr. Joyce Rosalind Aryee.
On the flip side and as usual of a flash mob, the dance crew took charge of the status quo and made it theirs with flips from one corner to the other until other members joined the very promising performance one after the other. The well-choreographed display ended with the entertainers unveiling the EdIFund banner in style.
The invitees were wowed away by the artistic display that it became only natural to pull an ‘Oliver Twist’ thus, ask for another performance which was eventually enacted.
In a brief interrogation following the group’s artistic display during the night, Mr. Moses Frimpong, the Artistic Director of Flash Mob Ghana Limited acknowledged that ‘the amazing display was as a result of professionalism, hard-work and the value in showcasing the best.’
The EdIFund is a mutual fund created to help parents and guardians invest for their child’s short and long-term educational needs.
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