The Chairman of Afro-Arab Group of Companies, Alhaji Abdul Salamu Amadu yesterday surprised the Bhim Nation president, Stonebwoy with a $50,000 gift at the Fantasy Dome on the sidelines of his Bhim Concert in Accra
Alhaji Amadu, a multiple 40 Under 40 Award winner has been a long time fan and collaborator of Stonebwoy who he describes as a brother.
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"Stonebwoy is my brother and I just wanted to support him with this donation because he is a very good guy," Alhaji Amadu said in an interview with Graphic Online.
Alhaji Amadu who was delighted with all the performers at the Bhim Concert described the show a resounding success and an example of how events should be organised in Ghana.
About Alhaji Amadu
Alhaji Amadu has been running the Afro-Arab Group of Companies for over a decade with its headquarters at Accra New Town.
Currently, the group has nine subsidiaries operating in different part of Ghana. These subsidiaries include; Afro-Arab Micro Finance Co. Ltd, Afro-Arab Travel & Tour, Afro-Arab Properties Ltd, Afro-Arab Co. Ltd, A & A Sports Consult, Afro-Arab Foundation, Afro-Arab Mining Co. Ltd., Afro-Arab Telecommunication Co. Ltd and Afro-Arab Mineral Water Co. Ltd.
Afro-Arab Company Limited was the first subsidiary to be registered. It was registered as a limited liability company incorporated under the companies’ code, 1963 act 179 on 26th January 2007.
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