CEO Of ABN Explains Why Dr. Kwaku Oteng Gave Range Rover Velar To Kuami Eugene & Toyota Prado To Ohemaa Woyeje | Video

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The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Angel Broadcasting Network, Samuel Kofi Acheampong has detailed why the founder, Dr. Kwaku Oteng has gifted Kuami Eugene and Ohemaa Woyeje with Range Rover Velar and Toyota Prado respectively.

The president of Angel Group of companies, Dr. Kwaku Oteng made the news recently after he presented two of his workers with expensive cars as gifts.

On 15th April, 2021, in a presentation led by CEO of ABN, Samuel Kofi Acheampong, Dr. Kwaku Oteng gave a brand new Range Rover Velar to the brand ambassador of Adonko Next Level Energy Drink, in the person of Kuami Eugene.

Also, on 19 April, another presentation was made by Samuel Kofi Acheampong to radio personality, Ohemaa Woyeje. Dr. Kwaku Oteng gave the award-winning presenter and host a tear rubber Toyota Prado.

In the scene was blogger, Zion Felix who interviewed Ohemaa Woyeje and the CEO, Samuel Kofi Acheampong as detailed why the founder, Dr. Kwaku Oteng is giving out these expensive rewards in just short possible time.

Explaining why Kuami Eugene had a Range Rover gift, Samuel Kofi Acheampong said is due to his hard work and influencer which has helped pushed the Adonko Next Level Energy Drink brand.

Samuel Kofi Acheampong said the “Open Gate” singer accepted every offer Dr. Kwaku Oteng wanted to pay him without even negotiating due to how he respect him.

Also, Samuel Kofi Acheampong noted that Kuami Eugene has used his influence for the Next Level brand to be well received by Ghanaians, making it one of the best Energy Drinks in Ghana at the moment.

On why Ohemaa Woyeje was gifted with a Toyota Prado, Samuel Kofi Acheampong told Zion Felix in an interview that for the outstanding woman to even leave Multimedia to join Angel FM means a big deal for the brand.

Samuel Kofi Acheampong revealed that the recently established Angel FM station in Accra faced challenges when it first launched, and Ohemaa Woyeje was one of the personalities who kept it running till now.

According to ABN CEO Samuel Kofi Acheampong, Ohemaa Woyeje was specially rewarded by Dr. Kwaku Oteng to show how much they appreciate her and to encourage her to keep up the good work.

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Angel Broadcasting Network, ABN has 19 radio stations across the country and also, 2 television station in Ghana.