Africa

    • Entertainment at Team Tiki's 'Tiki 3G' event in the Silver Star Tower was a popular Ghanaian rapper, Edem. As usual, some of the proceeds went to charity. (Courtesy Team Tiki)
    • University of Ghana students from the Legon campus jammed the Africa Union Hall for a Team Tiki party last year. (Courtesy Team Tiki)
    • Boys and girls from suburban Accra's M'adamfo Pa Orphanage crowd around clothes and cases of soft drinks presented by several members of Team Tiki. (Courtesy Team Tiki)
    • A couple of Team Tiki staffers, Flint (left) and Noble, helped to host the Africa Union Hall party in 2013. (Courtesy Team Tiki)
    • Team members collaborated with a Ghana fashion house, Heal the World, to promote 'Black and Gold,' a celebration of youth empowerment. From left: Flint, Chris, Dennis, Fred and Desmond. (Courtesy Team Tiki)
    • Team Tiki staff demonstrate the celebratory spirit of their business mission with multiple logos. (Courtesy Team Tiki)

    Party Kings of Ghana

    Kwame Ofori

    Published February 21, 2014

    A group of ambitious promoters discover that Accra's youth have more fun when they help local charities


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