Akeju, super model Maria Borges hosted by Angola Govt to explore growth of entertainment industry

 

Akeju, super model Maria Borges hosted by Angola Govt to explore growth of entertainment industry

Esteemed US-based media executive Abass Mubarak popularly known as Akeju, in collaboration with renowned supermodel Maria Borges and Honorable Agostinho Van-Dúnem, Angola's ambassador to the USA, recently embarked on an exclusive tour of Africa following a special invitation extended by Angolan Government. The tour, aims to foster cultural exchange and promote the development of Angola's entertainment and fashion industries.

During his recent visit to Angola, Akeju had the privilege of meeting with key figures including Mr. Norberto Garcia, from the Psychological Action Office of the Security House of the President of the Republic Angola, Minister of Culture H.E. Mr. Filipe Sivino de Pina Zau, Minister of Tourism Márcio Daniel, representatives from Unitell and Afri Cell, as well as Dr. Tulinabo S. Mushingi, the U.S. ambassador to Angola.

"Africa holds a special place in my heart, and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to contribute to its cultural renaissance," expressed Akeju, the visionary founder of Prime Music Partners. "My long-standing passion for music and media has fueled my desire to support emerging talent and drive positive change within the industry. I am honored to join Maria and collaborate with the vibrant community in Angola."

In addition to his role as a media executive, Akeju is also known for his philanthropic efforts, particularly in supporting emerging talents and fostering innovation within the music industry. His collaboration with Maria Borges, an iconic figure in the world of fashion, promises to bring a unique blend of creativity and vision to the forefront of Angola's cultural scene.

Maria Borges, celebrated for her trailblazing career as a supermodel, echoed Akeju's sentiments, stating, "As an African woman, I am deeply passionate about showcasing the beauty and diversity of our continent to the world. This tour presents a wonderful opportunity to celebrate Angola's rich cultural heritage and empower the next generation of talent".

Honorable Agostinho Van-Dúnem, Angola's ambassador to the USA, emphasized the significance of the tour, stating, "I am excited to work alongside Akeju and our supermodel Maria Borges to inspire positive change and expand Angola's entertainment and creative industry."

The invitation underscores the country's administration effort to fostering international partnerships and promoting the rich cultural heritage of the region.

Akeju's vast and rooted experience working with celebrated stars in the the US entertainment industry will drive many multi-level impact across industries in Angola. With his strong love and patriotism about African development including leading campaigns for "We are Angolan", Akeju will hope that the new tour drives further transformation across Africa, particularly Angola.