Afro-Arab CEO Alhaji Salamu Amadu holds party for over 1000 'kayayei'
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Afro-Arab Group of Companies, Alhaji Salamu Amadu, last Saturday feted over 1,000 head porters (Kayayei) and street children at the forecourt of his company in Kokomlemle in Accra.
Graphicgh.com reports that the party organised by the Afro-Arab Group of Companies was in collaboration with the Hope for Street Foundation and Islamic Ummah Relief was themed; Giving Hope to All.
Alhaji Amadu was joined by the founders of the Hope for the Street Foundation, Zakiya Iddrisu Tindannayli and Khadijatu Iddrisu to treat the guests to an assortment of dishes and drinks.
Comedian Funny Face was the MC for the occasion.
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Alhaji Amadu made the headlines last December in 2018 after he gave a whooping cash of $50,000 to musician Stonebwoy on stage at the Bhim Concert.
YEN.com.gh reported that somewhere along Stonebwoy’s performance, the young man climbed unto the stage and was handed a microphone by the Bhim Nation President.
He then gave big-ups to Emmanuel Adebayor and Asamoah Gyan and proceeded on to say what he had for the President of the Bhim Nation.
"Big ups to Baby Jet (Asamoah Gyan). Big ups to Sheyi Adebayor, my senior man. I am presenting fifty thousand dollars to Stonebwoy," the young man said while holding the cash.
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A visibly surprised and happy Stonebwoy gave him a very passionate hug and ordered his manager to take the said cash on his behalf.
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