It is better to celebrate our notable brothers and sisters when they are alive than when they are dead and gone. This is the reason why King Kwasi Kyei Darkwah the Master Communicator was feted by MUDI AFRICA and friends in the Media and Culture industries at a private reception in Lagos last night.
The Ghanaian Media, Communication, Culture and Fashion icon was the guest of honour at a lovely reception at the Radisson Blu, Lagos. The weekend-long event by Mudi and friends is in celebration of his recent golden milestone and 30 years of his career in Media and Brand Communication, Arts, Culture and Tourism.
The Guest of Honour Kwasi Kyei Darkwah the Master Communicator, who turned 50 on 19th December, is the Group Head of The Finest Productions, Heritage Apparel, Fashion Revues International, and founder of The Kyei Darkwah Foundation (Charity for Mentorship and Training in the Arts, Culture & Tourism, Etiquette and Public Communication).
He is a multiple award-winning broadcaster, culture, media & brand communications consultant of Ghanaian heritage. He leads his team to strategize and produce marketing campaigns, corporate events, content for television and online, and tourist-targeted programmes. He is dedicated to uplifting Africa’s media practice, arts, culture and tourism promotion, entertainment and hospitality management.
Multiple-Award winning Clement Mudiaga Enajemo said “KKD The Finest is a treasure for all of Africa. He is the most stylish individual I know worldwide. All you have to do is pick whichever person you consider stylish and compare honestly.
Broadcaster and Ace Comedian Basorge Tariah in his speech at the event said said KKD is a gifted communicator, mentor, talented performer and true friend. When Africa learns to appreciate and celebrate the best among us in every field we will make great strides.”
As the leading host of Ghana’s fashion and design shows, King Kwasi Kyei Darkwah the left-handed style icon and culture lover is credited with bringing fashion to the fore on Ghana television and into the public entertainment domain. He is the first show host to present the collections of Ricci Ossei, Kofi Ansah, Joyce Ababio, Ozwald Boateng, Alphadi and many others in Ghana. KKD made history when he became the first Ghanaian to win the Africa Disc Jockey Championship. He is the first show host to fill Ghana’s National Theatre to capacity.
“Such a real gentleman, personable, knowledgeable, cosmopolitan outlook yet strong African within. Wherever he goes, he is a great ambassador for our continent” -Anonzo Nzoku, Producer, Rhythm FM, Lagos
“I learnt nearly all I know about corporate dress from KKD” – Ekow, Banker, Accra
“He communicates clearly, concisely and beautifully.” -Muriel, Author, Maryland.
When he is the host of an event you know it will be professional and classy, and guests will have a good time” – Paa Genfi, Chairman, Accra Friendship Club
“He set the pace for today’s popular radio and television hosts. He is undoubtedly The Finest” – Mawuko, Banker and Head of Communications
“Many people including myself check his Facebook and Instagram for ideas on how to dress well” -Okyeame Kwame, Artiste.
“I remember his clean suits, polished shoes and glass briefcases from our radio days. Sharp always. A true gentleman” – Kofi Adjorlolo, Actor.
“His rhyme and reason. And that beautiful voice. Just class” -Eunice Efole, Real Estate Director and Style Icon, Lagos
“When it comes to Media, Showbiz, Culture and Tourism, he is the main man. A sharp thinker, teacher and mentor. No question” – Johnnie Hughes, Broadcaster
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