Breaking: Wezzy Empire Postpones the Premiere of ”A Country Called Ghana” in Sunyani

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The management of Wezzy Empire regretfully announced in a letter the postponement of the premiere of its movie, “A Country Called Ghana,” which was initially scheduled to be screened in Sunyani on Saturday, June 1st, 2024.

The letter stated that the decision was made out of respect for the memory of a three-year-old boy Nana Yaw, who tragically lost his life in an accident involving the Chief Executive Officer, Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as Lil Win, last Saturday. The company expressed its deep sorrow and intention to join the family in mourning their loss during this difficult time.

The CEO and management extend their sincere condolences to the bereaved family and wish a speedy recovery to Nana Yaw’s father, Mr. Jacob Kofi Amponsah, who was also involved in the accident. They acknowledged that their previous communication may have been perceived as insensitive and offered their apologies for any unintended distress it may have caused.

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As Kwadwo Nkansah and their artist manager, Ray Moni, continue to receive treatment at the Accident Emergency Unit of Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, the thoughts and prayers of the entire Wezzy Empire team are with them for a swift and full recovery. The management reassured fans who have purchased tickets for the premiere that their tickets will remain valid and can be used at a later date, which will be communicated in due course.

When will be the New Date?

The Wezzy Empire team, alongside the event planners, is working diligently to reschedule the premiere and will announce a new date as soon as possible. They expressed their heartfelt gratitude for the support and understanding shown to their artist during these trying times and apologized for any inconvenience the postponement may cause.

In this tragic period, the Wezzy Empire management highlighted the importance of community and solidarity. They emphasized their commitment to prioritizing the well-being of their team, the affected family, and their fans. This tragedy has deeply affected everyone involved, and the postponement of the premiere is a small gesture of respect and empathy towards those grieving.

Nana Yaw’s passing has undoubtedly cast a shadow over what was intended to be a moment of celebration for Wezzy Empire. The management, therefore, felt it was only appropriate to delay the premiere to honor the young boy’s memory and allow those impacted by the tragedy the time they need to heal.

Wezzy Empire’s dedication to its community and fans remains unwavering. The management reassured everyone that, despite the postponement, the premiere of “A Country Called Ghana” will eventually take place, and it will be an event that honors the memory of Nana Yaw while celebrating Ghanaian cinema.

The team’s immediate focus, however, remains on providing support to the affected families and ensuring the recovery of Kwadwo Nkansah and Ray Moni. The management closed their letter by expressing their appreciation for the outpouring of support and understanding from their fans and the broader community, reiterating their commitment to returning stronger and more united than ever.

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