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Anas’ Tiger Eye P.I Denied Access To Accra International Conference Center After Payment

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Tiger Eye P.I. is in a race against time to find a new venue to premiere its investigative documentary titled ‘Galamsey Economy’ after it was informed that the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) would not be available for use on Monday (November 14) and Tuesday(November 15, 2022).
With 24 hours to the first screening at 5 pm on Monday, Tiger Eye P.I. in a statement issued today said the management of the AICC informed it that the venue was no longer available for use on the said dates.

It said it had already fulfilled every requirement of AICC to use the place including payment for the venue despite last-minute changes in cost by about 30 per cent.

New venue

Tiger Eye further disclosed that it was on the hunt for a new venue and all tickets “already out are valid for the new venue”.

“Tiger Eye is saddened that barely 48 hours to the public screenings, when invitations have been sent to the diplomatic community and other high-profile individuals in society, and flyers sent out to the public, we have had to look for a new venue,” the statement said.

We would like to apologise to the public for the inconvenience in change of venue. Our agent is securing another auditorium and we will update the public soon on the new venue.

“All tickets already out are valid for the new venue”.

 

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