Bola Ray launches Impact @ 25
Media Mogul and CEO of EIB Network, Nathan Kwabena Anokye Adisi popularly known as Bola Ray has launched his 25 years in the media and entertainment industry in Ghana yesterday, March 17 at the plush Alliance Motors office in Airport City.
It was a night of glitz and glamour as dignitaries from Ghana and across the world came together to celebrate Bola Ray.
The dignitaries included the IGP George Akuffo Dampare, Sir Sam Jonah, Members of the Diplomatic Corps, friends from the Corporate world, family as well as friends from the media. Also present was Bola Ray's adorable wife Dorcas Anokye Adisi.
Some of the dignitaries including the IGP and Sir Sam Jonah took turns to shower praises on Bola Ray for his contribution to the media industry over the past 25 years.
On his part, Bola Ray said, “Today, as I celebrate this milestone, I want to look into the future because the future holds a lot of opportunities both within Ghana and globally. The next 25 years is all about creating an impact in local communities at the national level and on the global scale hence our theme, Impact @ 25.
"As we roll out our planned anniversary activities including Project Impact @ 25 with Bola Ray, we will be giving back to young people with workshops from different industries, media, music, fashion, finance, agriculture, entrepreneurship etc. There will be other events throughout the year such as a golf tournament and charity ball.
"We will be marking 25 years of excellence, authority and influence. It will also mark a major milestone of giving one's self to an industry that in turn gave me so much," he stated.
There were musical interludes by Amandzeba and Kwabena Kwabena.
In a one-on-one interview with host of the event Nathaniel Attoh, Bola Ray stated that he was very grateful for how far God has brought him, "I feel grateful, blessed and elated. It's been a long time coming but I am grateful."
He mentioned that two things that have kept him going are passion to excel and survival.
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