Abdallah Ayidaana Sandow, Events Manager at Jocom Golden Hotel, has penned an open letter to the CEO of Charger Industries, Dr. Emmanuel Bortey Borketey.
The contents of his letter are available on Mr. Sandow’s official Facebook page.
The Events Manager expressed gratitude and admiration for Dr. Bortey’s commitment to the Upper East Region’s entertainment industry, with his brand being the force backing and promoting local talent in the region, according to a letter obtained by A1 Radio’s Entertainment Desk.
“I am writing to express my sincere gratitude and admiration for your contributions to the entertainment industry in the Upper East Region. Your company, Charger Limited, has been a pivotal force in supporting and promoting local talent in the region, particularly through your Happyman products. Your commitment to the development of the entertainment industry is truly commendable, and your efforts have not gone unnoticed.”
Mr. Sandow, through his open letter, drew the attention of Dr. Bortey to the unfortunate incident of the death of one of the creatives in the region, Mr. Abdulai Issaka, also known as Action, and so there is a plan to hold a memorial concert in his honour.
“As you may already know, the Upper East Region has lost one of its most celebrated event and entertainment icons, Abdulai (Action), somewhere last year. His contributions to the growth of music and entertainment in the region were immeasurable, and his passing has left a void that will be hard to fill. In recognition of his legacy and the impact he had on the industry, we are planning to hold a memorial concert in his honour.”
Dr. Emmanuel Bortey Borketey was swift to respond in the affirmative about how his brand is ready to support such important events.
“My attention has been drawn to advanced plans to celebrate the memory of Abdulai, popularly known as Action. I believe this is a laudable idea considering his numerous contributions to the entertainment industry of the region that is so dear to my heart. As a supporter of the creative space, I believe that people whose contributions help shape the industry are worth celebrating while they are alive and when they are gone,” he wrote via Facebook.
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1 MHz|Ibrahim Aziz|Ghana