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Sarkodie, Stonebwoy And Mr Eazi Have Contributed Financially To Ghana Party In The Park – CEO Of Akwaaba UK Danis Tawiah

Akwaaba Group CEO, Dennis Tawiah, has heaped praises on the multi-award-winning musicians, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy And Mr Eazi for their immense contribution to the Ghana Party in the Park event.

In an interview with 3Music Network, the Akwaaba group CEO Danis Tawiah mentioned that Sarkodie including Stonebwoy And Mr Eazi has not only perfectly executed their role to be on the stage but help in the upbringing of the event Ghana Party In The Park financially.

He further explains that these three big musicians who he mentioned actually went ahead to cover their own flirt just to attend the event they were billed on at cost without asking a penny from them.


Ghana Party in the Park is an annual outdoor festival held in London for the Ghanaian Community in the diaspora. It has been hosted by the Akwaaba Group since 2005.

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The festival attracts over 8,000 people, making it the biggest Ghanaian event outside of Ghana. It also attracts visitors from the UK, Europe, the USA, Canada and Ghana.

The eighteenth edition of Ghana Party in the Park was officially launched by the Akwaaba Group on 7th June at the British High Commissioner Residence in Accra. This year’s event was scheduled for Saturday 16th July in London. The CEO of Akwaaba Group, Dennis Tawiah said they anticipated a successful event, especially with the support they’ve received from both the private and public sectors this year. Partners for the festival include Ghana’s Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), EXIM Bank, Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA), and KGL Foundation, among others.

Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts, and Culture, Mark Okraku-Mantey commented on the impact Tawiah has made in the entertainment industry when it comes to selling Ghana to the world for over two decades. His contribution to putting Ghana on the map has been recognized by many over the years and his work has also contributed to encouraging people to travel to Ghana every year.


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