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The Adisco Spirit Is Not Dead-A Case Study Of The Millennium Year Group

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It is amazing how unforeseen or unplanned events can conspire to change one’s perceptions. Here is a confession; I was beginning to think that the younger generation of old boys didn’t really care much about Adisco and had to be dragged to the table. How wrong I was. Events over the last four days especially the launch of the Millennium Year Group’s Project for 2025 blew the cobwebs from in front of my eyes. Like Jimmy Cliff said in one if his timeless tunes, “I can see clearly now” (don’t try saying the word ‘clearly’ if you were born in the Ashanti Region!). How so?PHOTO 2021 12 22 14 27 55

Let’s start with a historical tour. When I entered Adisadel in September 1970, a long time ago, I became immediately aware of the contributions of old boys to the advancement of the school and its students. First, some of you may recall Wiseway Cleaners that did our laundry. Oh yes, we had our laundry done. In Aglionby House, pick up of used clothing etc was on Thursdays, and the neatly laundered abd folded items arrived back on Sundays. Unknown to us at the start, Adisco boys were paying a heavily subsidised fee for this service compared to all the other schools in Cape Coast. Why? The owner of Wiseway Cleaners was an OLD BOY. I believe he was I.B. Philips.PHOTO 2021 12 22 14 28 03

Some of you may also recall the food shortages of the mid-70’s when Mrs Lokko, Domestic Bursar, came under so much pressure to feed us. Who stepped into the breech? A group of old boys who supplied us with so much food. I remember we nearly rioted because we were consuming so much chicken!!!. Unbelievable. {It reminded me of a scene in the popular Osofo Dadzie series when a husband complained to the wife with the classic phrase “Aden, daa banku!”}. This was a noble gesture from this group of old boys who really were under no obligation to do anything of that nature. After all, they paid their school fees, studied, took their exams, and left the school on completion. They did it because of the proverbial Adisadel Spirit, this invisible force that takes residence in all students of Adisadel College from the first week, and impels them to add to the gains of their forebears to keep the Alma Mater as the first or with the first (Vel Primus Velcum Primis). In days gone by, the first week, known as Homos Week, was intense. We had classes to instil in us all things Adisco; the history, the triumphs, the school ode, the school Anthem, Adisco Makes A Wedding, When Abraham Went To X, names of all the areas of school, and most importantly, the fact that we were the best. It was “Adisco & the Other Schools”.

It did appear that in the last two decades or so, that spirit was waning in its influence on old boys hence my developing despondency. All changed on Saturday the 18th of December when the Millennium Year Group launched their fundraising effort for Speech Day 2025.PHOTO 2021 12 22 14 28 02

I was chairman for the function but that was by accident rather than by design. I was “sitting my somewhere” on Friday when the NEC President Dr Dan Owiredu got in touch and said he had a spare ticket for the event and was keen for me to attend. I had some ceremonial family commitments so initially declined. However, I subsequently managed to get an uncle to represent me at the family event. I arrived at the Coconut Groove Hotel, Accra with Dr Owiredu and Alex Wiredu, another 75er. I had hardly sat down when I was told the invited chairman could not make it and if I would mind stepping in to chair the function. Actually, I thought it was a joke being played on me by Dr Owiredu and Mr Richard Nii Amu Arthur, President of the 2G year group. It was not until we were invited to the high table that I realised this was no joke. Blastocyst! I was the Chairman for real.PHOTO 2021 12 22 14 28 06

Anyway, enough of that. As I sat through the various presentations from the Class President, Mr Richard Nii Amu Arthur, leaders of various committees, etc, it immediately hit me; the Adisadel Spirit Is Not Dead. No, it wasn’t. It was alive and kicking.
These guys left Adisco a quarter of a century after I left, and here they were with this expensive commitment to completely renovate and restructure the whole of Job 600 as great financial cost to themselves. I quietly asked myself why they were doing it. The answer was plainly obvious; these guys recognised that Adisadel made them, and they wanted to give something back. The Adisadel Spirit was clearly (that word again!) fully operational within this young bunch of old boys. Their enthusiasm was palpable and infectious. In fact, they were nearly like the 75 Year Group, very close.

As I watched proceedings and quaffed my chilled beer, I could only say to myself that the NEC is sitting on a sleeping giant that is the old boys associations, and this giant needed to be woken up to carry our beloved school into the future.

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The icing on the cake was a meeting with Rexford Otoo, an Aglionbyte of the 2G Year Group. I first encountered him in my role as the Chairman of the Aglionby House Rehabilitation Project (AHRP). He was leader for the 2G Aglionbytes. He asked questions about the approach we were taking, mentioning things like Bill of Quantities etc. What the hell was that? I nearly took his appendix out so he could not take chocolates for the rest of his life. I was a veteran of the previous Aglionby House rehabilitation and this whippersnapper was asking me about bills of quantities🤣. But I saw a sharp mind. Once he came round, he chose a different tactic for his year group of Aglionbytes. He was going to get more if they donated collectively as a group rather than as individuals. Why? I was announcing all individual contributions. Some with less than the minimum amount being asked for might be reluctant to give and be announced so he asked his people to donate into one pot. This was presented as the 2000 year group of Aglionbytes contribution and it was big. This guy had mopped up all the offerings from the big hitters and the small hitters, and no individual was going to be announced. Very clever. So when he came and introduced himself to me, I was over the moon.

The Millennium Year Group had restored my faith in the potential generosity of old boys by the time I was leaving the function. My prayer to God is that you all keep the enthusiasm alive, deliver in 2025, and inspire others to follow your steps. The Adisco Spirit is not dead. And please heed the advice given by Dr Owiredu in his speech to you. You won’t go wrong if you do.

As if that was not enough, I listened to the leaders of the 97 Year Group as they gave a presentation on where they were with the Dining Hall Extension project at an NEC MeetingI was invited to on Monday afternoon. Once again, I saw a level of enthusiasm and commitment to the school that augurs well for the future. I cannot praise them enough.I found Ancestor (yes, that is his nane) of Santa 97 and his colleague a breath of fresh air. I hope to meet the 89 Year Group leaders, mates of the late Mr Atu Mould when they call on the NEC President. I’m inviting myself to hear what they have to say and be inspired.

Let’s not forget what the 94, 95, & 96 Year Groups have contributed to the infrastructural development of the school in the last three years

On a small negative note, I learned of a class with 400 old boys but with only 159 or so who regularly support class activities financially even though the non contributors have amongst them, many with the financial resources to contribute. I will say to all year group leaders with that level of disinterest in their grouo, not to give up. I heard recently that nobody boards a permanently stationary bus. Your apathetic mates may well jump on the bus when they see it moving. The giants amongst you must move the bus. A lot of organisations that have become successful did so on the shoulders and backs of giants initially.

So, I’m now convinced the Adisadel Spirit is not dead. The good old days can be emulated and bettered by the younger old boys. They have youth on their side, enthusiasm in their hearts, and are endowed with purposeful vision. They need the support of the older generation, and Adisadel will become great once more under the direction of the current NEC leadership.

Long live the Millennium Year Group. Well done, Class of 97.
You’ve restored my faith in the younger generation of old boys .
God bless us al.

By Dr Paul Mensah (Paulus) – 1975 year Group
Chairman-Elect, AOBA-UK

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Trippie Redd’s Mansion Musik Mixtape Debuts At #1 On Billboard’s Rap Albums Chart

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Multi-platinum hip-hop heavyweight, Trippie Redd, continues his reign with the first week debut of his mixtape Mansion Musik. The fan-focused surprise drop made a statement, coming in at #1 on Billboard’s Rap Albums Chart and #2 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart. It also debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 Chart marking Trippie’s seventh consecutive Top 5 debut on the list. Additionally, the project saw 7 songs debut on the US Spotify Chart bringing Trippie’s total career entries to 143 songs – the 6th most of any artist.

 

At 25 tracks, Mansion Musik arrived as a gift to fans while Trippie finishes up A Love Letter To You 5. Upon its surprise announcement, the anticipation for its arrival exploded with fans expressing their excitement – many commenting on Trippie’s ability to corral some of hip-hop’s biggest players. When the mixtape dropped only days later, it landed the #1 spot on Spotify’s coveted New Music Friday playlist, zoomed to #1 on the iTunes and Apple Music Albums Charts and was hailed by the likes of Billboard, Rolling Stone, Complex and XXL.

 

An ode to Chief Keef’s 2018 Mansion Musick mixtape, the project features Keef as executive producer, as well as a featured artist on tracks “ATLANTIS” and “ROCK OUT.” Beyond that, Trippie Redd continues to push the boundaries on Mansion Musik, bringing together a collection of artists like never before from hard hitting collaborations like “FULLY LOADED” feat. FUTURE & Lil Baby to teaming up with longtime collaborator and friend JuiceWRLD on “KNIGHT CRAWLER.” See the full tracklisting below.

 

MANSION MUSIK TRACKLIST

  1. MANSION MUSIK
  2. ATLANTIS (feat. Chief Keef)
  3. PSYCHO (feat. Future)
  4. FULLY LOADED (feat. Future & Lil Baby)
  5. KNIGHT CRAWLER (feat. JuiceWRLD)
  6. VAN HELSING
  7. DARK BROTHERHOOD (feat. Lil Baby)
  8. FREE RIO
  9. KRZY TRAIN (feat. Travis Scott)
  10. MUSCLES (feat. Lil Durk)
  11. GOODFELLAS (feat. Nardo Wick)
  12. KILLIONAIRE
  13. HIGH HOPES (feat. BIG30)
  14. DIE DIE (feat. LUCKI)
  15. WHO ELSE! (feat. Rich The Kid)
  16. BIGGEST BIRD (feat. Summrs)
  17. HIDEOUT (feat. Fijimacintosh)
  18. WITCHCRAFT (feat. Rylo Rodriguez)
  19. TOILET WATER (feat. Ski Mask The Slump God)
  20. PURE (feat. G Herbo)
  21. ROCK OUT (feat. Chief Keef)
  22. ARMAGEDDON (feat. Rob 49)
  23. NUN (feat. DaBaby)
  24. SWAG LIKE OHIO PT. 2 (feat. Lil B)
  25. COLORS (feat. Kodak Black)
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Maximizing Profits From Playing Crash Games in Crypto Casinos

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The idea of playing any casino game is for fun and to make money while at it. When it comes to casino games, there are many games you can play; some are pure games of chance, while others require certain skills. Whichever type of game you choose, you can make a lot of profit.

Our attention today was drawn to crash games for their insane profitability. In a crash game, you can bag a massive profit as it comes with several multipliers that can boost your profit. A crash casino doesn’t even have a limit on how high these multipliers can go, which allows you to win big. Keep reading to learn more about how to be profitable by playing crash games.

What is crash gambling?

When you think about crash gambling, what first comes to mind is forex trading, where you buy and sell stock. However, the crash game is quite different but fast-paced. The gameplay of the crash game is quite straightforward and very engaging.

The game’s concept is such that a crash casino gives punters a period to place bets. After the betting period has elapsed, the odds start to grow till the growth vector randomly crashes. As such, players must cash out before the multiplier stops if they want to win.

How to maximize profit by playing crash games?

Whether you’re a new punter to the crash casino game or an enthusiast player, making a profit is the ultimate goal. Unlike other casino games, a crash game is purely a game of luck. As such, there’s no skill needed to predict when the game will “crash.” While the crash games are completely random, that doesn’t mean there aren’t strategies you can use to make them profitable. Below are a few strategies you can use at a crash casino to be profitable in the game.

●     Start with small bets

The first trick you can use to profit in a crash casino is to start with small bets. Since you don’t have an endless bankroll, starting with small bets is important. Placing small bets at the beginning of the game gives you a feel of how the game performs. After a series of sessions, you can tell an average number of the game often crashes above. So, even if you may lose at the beginning because you’re still trying to get acquitted with the game, you will win more in the long run, especially if you increase your bet size later on in the game.

●     Automate your bets

Another thing you can do to make more profit in a crash casino is to use the automated betting option. Most crash games come with this option which allows you to place a set amount of bet and cash out at a set value every time. This option will continually place bets for you if you have funds in your account. So all you have to do is sit tight and watch the gameplay while you count the profits. But one thing you should remember when using this automated betting option is to keep your bet amount small.

●     Use a licensed casino

Any crash casino you use must be licensed. Nothing is as frustrating as playing with real money at a casino and winning big but being unable to withdraw your funds or the winnings. This problem is very common with unlicensed casinos. Casinos that aren’t licensed are often shady and tweak their games, so players lose often. As such, you must do due diligence to research the casino’s license where you decide to play the crash game. Ensure the casino is licensed by a reputable licensing body and audited for fairness by independent bodies.

●     Use professional strategies

Finally, there are professional playing strategies you can apply in crash games that will give you an edge to make a profit. Especially if you’re a high roller, you must familiarize yourself with these playing strategies to help improve your chance of success. These strategies include the likes of Labouchere, D’Alembert, Fibonacci, and Martingale, amongst others. These strategies work by varying your bet amount based on the outcome of each game session such that you make the most profit.

Playing at a crypto crash casino is a great way to save time, have fun, and make some money. Even though it’s an exhilarating game of chance, you can still make it profitable. By using the strategies in this guide, you will improve your chance of making a profit.

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The Original UnBraider Is Making Trends And Is Set For Release February 1st

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The Original UnBraider Is Making Trends And Is Set For Release February 1st

The Original UnBraider is the culmination of innovation and “black girl magic” spearheaded by the minds of Natasha Anderson and Khadija Imara. With a growing social media presence and multiple notable celebrities co-signing that include the likes of entertainment personality Tamar Braxton, the product is building into a staple of regular life in the daily lives of society.

 

However, what does it do, and what makes the product special? The Original UnBraider is an artistically and durably designed innovative product used to unbraid hair. The comb has been engineered to take down 6 to 8 braids simultaneously. It serves two purposes, one to take down braids and two to comb out the unbraided hair simultaneously.

 

The mission of the product and brand is to revolutionize the beauty industry by designing black-owned hair care products for black people in a field where black women are the majority consumers but have minority ownership. Also, to Empower young women to be entrepreneurs. Teens and young adults can start their own take-down business, using The Original UnBraider, an affordable cornerstone of their business, finally to provide products and services curated explicitly for protective styles that hydrate and strengthen hair.

 

The overall mission and application of The Original UnBraider are second to none. The story of the two brilliant people behind it also makes the invention special. Natasha Anderson, Co-Owner and Founder, has a unique motivation behind the brand. Being a mother to five children and a Cal State Long Beach graduate, she had a vision In 2004, which was changing how beauticians, parents, and kids take down braids. The idea was to revolutionize the beauty industry by changing how we take down braids and provide opportunities for young women and empower the black community.

 

The beauty industry lacks black ownership, and The Original UnBriader is to show black people, specifically young black women, that we can be innovators and solve our communities’ problems through our creativity. Natasha and her family sold the product locally from mall kiosks and beauty salons in California. Unfortunately, the business initially slowed when Anderson’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer and subsequently passed. Khadija Imara stepped up as CEO after their grandmother’s passing and focused on her passion for black women’s entrepreneurship.

 

Not only having an impressive educational background, University of California, Davis B.A. class of 2018, and a Master of Educational Technology from Boise State University in 2020, Khadija has a natural affinity for procuring an efficient business that helps transcend boundaries. Imara’s goal was to fulfill her mother’s original mission to change how people unbraid their hair. Khadija is focused on bringing The Original UnBraider to black homes and black-owned businesses around the globe and has become a staple in black homes, next to the hot comb and the bonnet.

 

Overall, the vision of Natasha and Khadija is to provide a product that will reduce the take-down time for braids and use the business to uplift and empower the black community. With a multitude of successful preorders and an upcoming release via Amazon.

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First Locally Assembled Suzuki Swift Commissioned in Ghana

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TOYOTA TSUSHO MANUFACTURING GHANA CO. LIMITED commissioned the first locally assembled Suzuki Swift in Ghana. TOYOTA TSUSHO MANUFACTURING GHANA CO. LIMITED (“TTMG”), Toyota Tsusho Corporation (“Toyota Tsusho”)’s vehicle assembly company in the Republic of Ghana, began SKD* production of Suzuki Motor Corporation (“Suzuki”)’s Swift compact car in Ghana in September 2022.

This is one of the initiatives based on the MOU on Cooperation in Developing Automotive Industry signed between Toyota Tsusho and the Government of Ghana at the Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD7) held in Yokohama, Japan in August 2019. TTMG began SKD production of Toyota Motor Corporation’s (“Toyota”) pickup truck “Hilux” in June 2021. This is the first time that Toyota Tsusho produce Suzuki vehicles in Africa as well as mixed production of the two brands.

To mark the start of production, a ceremony was held in Ghana on January 30th. In attendance of the event was the Minister of Trade and Industry Samuel Abu Jinapor, Japanese Ambassador to the Republic of Ghana Hisanobu Mochizuki, and Suzuki Managing Officer Koichi Suzuki. Suzuki Managing Officer Suzuki, who attended the ceremony, said: “We would like to expand Suzuki’s presence in Ghana. We hope that the people of Ghana will grow fond to our products, including the Swift.” In addition, Toyota Tsusho COO for Africa Division Shinichiro Otsuka spoke about his hopes, stating that: “I would like to thank the Government of Ghana for their cooperation and ask for their continued support for the development of the automobile industry. Toyota Tsusho will make efforts with the spirit “With Ghana, For Ghana”.”

The Managing Officer for Middle East and Africa Division of Suzuki Motor Corporation Mr. Koichi Suzuki, in his address elaborated on the fact that the business had increased sales in Africa by 60% to 116 thousand units and in Ghana increased by 63% to over 1 thousand units in the year 2022 hence their decision to open an assembling plant in Ghana. This will also go a long way to continue to strengthen it to enhance Suzuki’s presence in Africa, especially in Ghana. He also

Suzuki was founded in 1909 as Suzuki Loom Works and has developed a wide range of products under the Suzuki brand, including motorcycles, automobiles and outboard motors. Suzuki is recognized worldwide as a brand of high-quality products that combine reliability and originality. Our mission is to develop high-value products that always prioritizes customers around the world.

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Elements Music & Arts Festival Announces Skrillex, Porter Robinson, Chris Lake, TOKiMONSTA, John Summit, Subtronics, LP Giobbi + More for 2023 Edition

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Today, Elements Music & Arts Festival, the Northeast’s premier boutique festival experience, has announced the phase one lineup for its 2023 edition. Best described as an escape unlike any other, Elements is co-created by all those who embark on the journey, fostering a creative getaway aimed to inspire and offer a break from the stresses of everyday life. It’s the ultimate carefree weekender where music, community, art, camping, and adventure join together in perfect unison, taking over Long Pond, Pennsylvania from August 10th-14th.

Long Pond proved to be the perfect new home for the revered Elements community in 2022, welcoming revelers to its magical fields and immersive forest landscapes. Quickly becoming a celebrated prodigal home for the long-running event, the location is one of the Northeast’s most unique venues, a clear capitulation of the imaginative feeling Elements has become known for amidst its dedicated community.

With the phase one lineup, Elements has delivered its most ambitious billing to date while providing something for fans of all styles of electronic music and jam. This is only an initial taste of the full musical offering this year, which will be twice the size of previous lineups at Elements with over 100 artists across 10 unique stages.

Headliners on the phase one lineup include some of the most in-demand tastemakers and creators in the scene. Attendees can look forward to a performance from the one-and-only Skrillex, along with the mesmerizing sounds of Porter Robinson (DJ Set), house music heavyweight founder Chris Lake who will be hosting a Black Book Records stage takeover, crowd-favorite John Summit, the potent musical stylings of the Pennsylvania kid Subtronics, and Belgian bass duo Ganja White Night.

Lovers of live electronic music will feel right at home with performances on deck from the classically-trained English vocalist Elderbrook and East Coast funk-jam icons Pigeons Playing Ping Pong. Those seeking out heavier electronic strains of dance are in for a treat with appearances by trippy low-end producer LSDREAM, the esoteric frequencies of globally revered beatsmith TOKiMONSTA, and the dark styles of Mersiv, Peekaboo, and Of The Trees. Level Up will offer her femme touch on the bass music sound, while Zingarareimagines the genre with her super-producer sensibilities.

House heads can rejoice as Elements has gathered some of the genre’s foremost modern flag bearers to soundtrack its return to Long Pond. LP Giobbi’s piano-weapon gold will be on full display with a FEMME HOUSE stake takeover along with French icon Tchami, followed up by the meteoric momentum of HoneyLuv, Dirtybird innovator Nala, and bass house superstar Noizu. Dutch duo Tinlicker bring an underground European flavor to the lineup alongside chart topper Westend and the laidback stylings of SNBRN. Electronic funk duo The Sponges will showcase their larger than life performances, while Kaleena Zanders sets forth a soulful, live vocal journey into the new-age corners of house music. The more melodic end of the 4/4 spectrum is represented by Anjuna’s own Qrion and All Day I Dream upstart David Hohme.

The four primary stages of the festival are aptly named to each represent one of the key elements that define not only the event’s experience, but the very fabric of the natural world it celebrates. Fire is the home for thrill-seekers who thrive off moments of spontaneous fun, while Earth presents a psychedelic paradise of neon trees, galactic mushrooms, and airborne jellyfish. Air offers a temple of melodies tucked deep in the forest, while the sunshine playground known as Water is where acrobats, pirates, and clowns are ever abounding and swimsuits are heavily encouraged.

Beyond the music, festival goers can explore a magical playground that includes Burning Man style art cars that are quickly becoming a staple of the Elements experience, 3D video projection mapping, large-scale art installations, and interactive performances in every direction, plus a Health & Wellness lineup featuring yoga, aromatherapy, dance, comedy, sound baths, and multidisciplinary workshops. Attendees can also stop by the vendor village for unique jewelry, creative art, and festival attire, or refuel from the dance floor at a 24-hour food court with an array of healthy and organic local food provided by Pocono Organics, one of North America’s largest regenerative organic certified farms.

The concept of co-creation remains pivotal to the Elements experience. A row of sanctioned theme camps bring their own renegade feel to the event’s programming, offering spontaneous spaces to explore through all hours of the day and night. Elements also relies on the feedback and polling of its community in order to shape the edition to come. When their dedicated attendees talk they listen, act, and evolve – molding the event’s lineup and production to mirror its ever-changing fanbase of music lovers and party people.

What started from humble roots has continued to evolve with Elements Festival now looking towards its 6th edition, yet still remaining purely independent in the process. Founded by Timothy Monkiewicz and Brett Herman in 2013, Elements has grown rapidly from a one-day event on the Brooklyn waterfront to an immersive camping experience that has quickly become a staple of the festival circuit. The move to Long Pond has aided in this growth, with Elements now hosted in the woodlands adjacent to the raceway. The venue is powered by an onsite solar farm, further assisting Elements in its long-term sustainability goals.

According to the founders, this venue was always part of the plan for Elements, noting “We first saw our new home outside of Pocono Raceway in 2016 when we were scoping the location for our first Elements campout. We instantly fell in love with the site, but it was way too big for a first year festival on a shoestring budget. Out of the 40+ locations we visited, it was by far the best, and we always knew that this would be the perfect home for Elements. We are beyond grateful that 6 years later we were able to move here.”

The venue is less than 2 hours from New York City and Philadelphia, making for an easy drive from a variety of locations throughout the Northeast. Shuttle passes will also be available for those looking to avoid driving, which provide rides from New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, and D.C. to and from the festival.

Tier One GA and VIP passes are currently on sale through the official Elements Festival website, with a price increase coming soon for Tier Two tickets. Both ticket types are moving quickly and are on track to sell out. Fans can also purchase passes with an initial deposit and pay the rest after, which is $47 for GA passes and $62 for VIP. Thursday early arrival passes can also be purchased, which allows attendees to beat the rush and celebrate the beginning of the festival with an exclusive pre-party with secret headliners. Elements also offers a variety of options related to accommodations, which range from car camping to on-site glamping, nearby hotels, and preset RVs and tents for those seeking an elevated experience.

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‘I AM INVESTIBLE’ project Officially launched

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The ‘I AM INVESTIBLE’ PROJECT which is headed by Samaritan Angels Limited has been officially launched.

The theme for the IAI project is ‘‘Accelerating the growth of entrepreneurs in Ghana and creating jobs.

Samaritan Angels Limited is a social Enterprise focused on accelerating the growth of local Ghanaian entrepreneurs and creating employment by providing access to development and growth.

The IAI initiative helps individuals who have already started business and give it a boost and also plan to focus on the informal sector and help local individual entrepreneurs.

The project seeks to create and employ 20,000 individuals in three years’ time and also deliver technical support and give grants to individuals who need money to push their businesses.

The main aim and objective of the IAI project is to enhance the capabilities of entrepreneurs.

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