Accra’s biggest annual groups’ party scheduled for November 24

By Elizabeth Ofosu/Kojo Adams, GNA

Accra, Sept. 14, GNA – The third edition of the
Re-union Party organised by Rafarazzi Entertainment is slated for November 24,
at the Afrik Gardens at Dansoman in Accra.

Unlike other events, which focus solely on
school groups, the Re-union brings together community, social media, corporate
and keep fit groups among others to make new friends and entertain themselves.

The event will inspire, empower and mentor
especially the youth and encourage them to appreciate the importance of joining
associations that had created positive impact in society.

Mr Raphael Mensah, the CEO of Rafarrazzi
entertainment, who disclosed this on Friday during the press launch in Accra,
said the Reunion party aimed at creating a party ambiance for groups that had
not met for years, to enable them to have fun away from their usual association
gatherings.

He said they were targeting over 5000
enthusiastic music lovers, fans, and groups in and around the country, to
witness the biggest reunion event targeting the youth.

Mr Mensah said “Our aim is not only to make
fun, but to give the public an opportunity to involve in sales as well as
promote talents and businesses”.

The Reunion seeks to promote unity, music,
business and health related issues among the populace and encourage the spirit
of entrepreneurship and talent search.

It will mix education, business and
entertainment to promote and market talents for a sustainable national
development, he added.

The 2018 Reunion party, which is the Amplified
edition will push the frontiers of innovative skills, entrench brand
objectives, and create a platform for the public and sponsors to interact.

The activities for the event include; soccer
gala competition among the participating groups, exhibition and sales of
products, especially African wear, pencil drawing session, photo shoot with
celebrities, karaoke competition, performance by renowned artistes and party
time.

 GNA

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