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Producer, Executive Producer and Director of “13:12-Make The Clock Work” Documentary Dilys Max-Voy has dropped hints on the documentary’s upcoming High School Tour. (Click highlighted text to watch full documentary)

She revealed these hints in an exclusive interview with Basketballghana.com at the Private Viewing Party for the Documentary that had the likes of Ghana University Sports Association President Ibrahim Shaibu Tanko in attendance.

Max-Voy (extreme right) with Amoako and invited guests at the Viewing Event

The event also served as a fundraiser to fund the tour that is expected to touch base at a handful of Senior High Schools in Ghana including Emmanuel Eckow “Clock” Amoako, the star of the documentary.

Max-Voy, Clock (middle) on CITI TV during 13:12 Media Tour

“From Clock’s story, we realized that persons with disabilities it is usually when they are young, they go through all the teasing, the bullying but it’s usually at the High School where they have the willpower to overcome whatever challenge they are facing so being at the point where they can make decisions for themselves we thought it wise to reach out to them” Max-Voy stated.

13:12 is a Take It To The Max 80 minute piece that explores the unique journey of Amoako through basketball and life. (Click highlighted text to watch full documentary)

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah

@YawMintYM on Twitter

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