Business Mogul, Hakeem Ellis, turns to entertainment, urges youngsters not to quit education because of music
Follow @eventlabgh < Ghana’s entertainment industry is happy to welcome Hakeem Ellis, CEO of Sultan Group of companies into Africa’s...
Ghana’s entertainment industry is happy to welcome Hakeem Ellis, CEO of Sultan Group of companies into Africa’s fast developing showbiz sector. The US based Ghanaian investor has formalized his entry by opening a fresh record label, a movie production hub and an artiste promotion and event agency known as Hekell Entertainment.
The record label has already signed underground artistes that they are helping to climb up to the top.
Investment in showbiz is a daring one that requires a higher dose of passion than just calculated vision to make instant income; — the lack of industrial structures to give the fraternity an assured financial return of capital investment gives it opaque overview, especially to the business collegiate.
Our entertainment industry needs cash, so bad. However, we have failed to attract serious investment that will turn the industry to good in the medium – long term.
But Hakeem Ellis has the passion and the thrive to put a long term investment portfolio into the industry. He has signed juicy endorsement deals with many bloggers and entertainment journalists in efforts to strengthen that section of the industry.
The boss of Hakell Entertainment is making sure young artistes don’t just follow the dream of pursuing music, but also get the necessary education.
In a heartfelt letter to budding female artistes Chikel Baibe, who just completed her senior high exams, the CEO of Sultan Group really touched on our emotional chords, so we decided to pen this for posterity. Read his letter below and share your thoughts.
Source: Beenie Words