Basketballghana.com can report the release date for the long anticipated documentary on Ghanaian Basketball Player and Entrepreneur Emmanuel “Clock” Ekow Amoako has been confirmed.
July 31 is the release date for the documentary titled “13:12-Make the Clock Work”; an official trailer was released earlier today giving a preview into the touching story of Clock’s basketball journey and evolution into entrepreneurship and impacting the next generation of basketball players. (Click highlighted text to view video)
Ghana’s leading hoops portal gathers, the detailed documentary features prominent personalities including Ghana Basketball Association President David Addo-Ashong.
According to Executive Producer via her Twitter page, Dilys Max-Voy has indicated the documentary “shows his (Clock’s) ability to overcome his disability, how he navigates life and what keeps him on top.” (Click highlighted text to view full tweet)
Clock starred for Koforidua Senior High Technical School and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Basketball Teams. As a Point Guard/Shooting Guard, Clock has featured for Tudu Magic in the Accra Basketball League Men’s Division I.
He is the Chief Executive Officer of sports apparel company ClockWork Brand.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter