Basketballghana.com can report a private viewing event has been held at the De’lish Restaurant at Okponglo, Accra for the highly acclaimed “13:12 Make The Clock Work Documentary”. (Click highlighted text to watch full documentary)
The event was held earlier tonight and served as a fund raiser ahead of a planned Senior High School Tour in Ghana with the documentary’s star Emmanuel Eckow “Clock” Amoako to headline the program. (Click highlighted text to view profile)
Amoako is scheduled to speak to students about overcoming challenges by using inspirational story to thrive in basketball and other aspects of life on the tour.
Tonight’s event attracted a handful of sports personalities including Ghana University Sports Association (GUSA) President Ibrahim Shaibu Tanko.
Personalities who spoke at the event included Executive Producer and Director Dillys Max-Voy and RITE Sports CEO Yaw Sakyi Afari who was featured in the documentary.
According to Documentary Director Max-Voy, the tour commencement date is yet to be decided on but schools in the Greater Accra and Northern Regions have been targeted.
However, Ghana’s leading hoops portal can confirm the tour will make a stop at Amoako’s Alma Mater Koforidua Senior High Technical School (KSTS).
13:12-Make The Clock Work is an 80 Take It to The Max piece that details Amoako’s unique journey through basketball, sports and life. (Click highlighted text to view profile)
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter