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Harm Kay treats the legendary Kojo Antwi to a private welcome hangout in London

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Harm Kay treats the legendary Kojo Antwi to a private welcome hangout in London

Harm Kay treats the legendary Kojo Antwi to a private welcome hangout in London

 

Ahead of the Ghanaian highlife music legend, Kojo Antwi’s concert in the UK, London, Ghanaian-British-born Jeffrey Boateng, known in the media space as Harm Kay, Ghana Ambassador, hosted the music legend with a private welcome event.

The private welcome event was held at one of the plush Ghanaian restaurants in London, 19Fiftyseven Restaurant, where Harm Kay sat with the legend to discuss his upcoming concert, dubbed, ‘Kojo Antwi Live in Concert.”

Speaking to Ghana Ambassador, Harm Kay, the hangout was one of a kind with the aim of continuing to raise the profile of the motherland   “I had the opportunity to have an intimate talk with the maestro at my Ghanaian restaurant, 19FiftySeven (London), in preparation of his headline show in London on Saturday, July 30 2022.”

He added that “VIP guests get to ask questions and take pictures whilst enjoying the Motherland dishes.”

 

About Harm Kay

Event host and radio presenter, Harm Kay, is known for his energetic and cheeky characteristics when on stage. His crowd engagement gives him the ability to not only entertain an audience but to keep them guessing at all times what he’ll do next.

Born in the UK, but raised in a Ghanaian home, Kay holds his heritage close to his heart and continues to promote and emphasise the Ghanaian values and culture through his works, thus the name, Ghana Ambassador

Kay does many private gigs, including weddings and club appearances. An area Kay takes a personal interest in is giving talks/seminars to university students. His seminar ‘Life after University has become one of the most popular seminars in the national curriculum.

Very well known in the Ghanaian community, Kay has hosted some major events, including Ghana Escapes (Accra); Ghana Party in the Park (Trent Park-UK); Shatta Wale Concert (Indigo O2-UK); Bisa Kdei (Camden Centre-UK); Wahala Comedy Show (Indigo O2-UK); Ghana Independence (The O2-UK); Africa Live (Catford Broadway Theatre UK); Afrobeat Weekender (Skegness UK); Afrobeat Sunday (Coronet-UK);  Sarkodie (Catford Broadway Theatre-UK), Fuse ODG’s Kente Party and a host of other events.

He is the founder and CEO of 19Fiftyseven Restaurant, one of the best Ghanaian restaurants in the UK.

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