Arts and Tourism Writers Association of Ghana(ATWAG) has expressed their condolence to Fancy Gadam who lost six of his fans and Zyofon Cash who as well lost two of their staff members last Friday following the unfortunate accident that happened.
In the statement sighted by this portal thepublisheronline.com, the Association made it clearly that, the incident is a big blow to the entertainment industry.
Read the full release below :
ARTS AND TOURISM WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF GHANA (ATWAG)
ATWAG SYMPATHISES WITH FAMILIES OF TAMALE ACCIDENT VICTIMS.
The Arts and Tourism Writers Association of Ghana (ATWAG) wishes to express its deepest condolence to the families of the eight (8) persons who reportedly died through an accident in Tamale yesterday.
As stakeholders in the arts and tourism industry, we are saddened by the report that six (6) of the deceased were fans of popular Tamale-based singer, Fancy Gadam, who were on their way to welcome Nigerian artiste, Patoranking at the Tamale Airport ahead of Fancy Gadam’s concert which was scheduled for today, Saturday, June 30, 2018.
We also commiserate with the families of the two (2) workers of Zylofon Cash, a subsidiary of Zylofon Media, who also reportedly died through the accident while on duty ahead of the concert in Tamale.
ATWAG also wishes the injured a very speedy recovery.
The unfortunate incident is really a big blow to Fancy Gadam, Zylofon Media and the entire entertainment industry, and we wish to reiterate the national call for safety on our roads.
May the souls of the deceased rest in peace.
Public Relations Officer, ATWAG