The celebration of Stacy Amoateng’s twenty-one years in the media space, six years of hosting Restoration, and a year of winning multiple awards was executed with razzmatazz, pomp and pageantry as some prominent personalities, including colleagues in showbiz thronged the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in style on December 28 for the event.
The list included actor Ekow Blankson who doubles as the Managing Director of TV Africa; musicians Okyeame Kwame, Bisa Kedi, Becca, Georgia Agyei, Tagoe Sister, and Empress Gifty; actresses Beverly Afaglo and Gloria Safo; as well as staff and management of Angel Broadcasting Network where Stacy Amoateng works as the Executive Director in charge of Television and Radio.
“This year has been amazing though the world was hit with the pandemic COVID-19,” said Mrs. Amoateng in her welcome address. “God has been good to my household and I and I have every reason to share my joy with all of you.”
While acknowledging the presence of her mother Nana Afia Agyeiwaa Sikafo I, Mrs. Amoateng lauded her for the unflinching support the mother gave to ensure her dream becomes reality.
“If I’m here today, aside from God, it’s by her efforts. She is a single mother but she saw me through the best of schools in the world…” she asseverated.
The colourful event which was also aimed at raising funds to support the needy saw the media mogul present citations to people who have played significant roles in her life including her husband Daniel Quophie Amoateng (Quophie Okyeame) who she said has made “endless sacrifices” to ensure the spotlight is always on her.
It was climaxed with a performance from Okyeame Kwame and Quophie Okyeame who formed the Akyeame music group. Other performers on the night were Bisa Kdei and Georgia Agyei.