In a tragic turn of events, Cynthia Quarcoo Esq, a highly respected Ghanaian lawyer known for her work with numerous Ghanaian artists, has been reported dead. The news of her passing has sent shockwaves through the Ghanaian showbiz industry.
Cynthia Quarcoo Esq was not only a prominent legal practitioner but also a familiar face in the media, often appearing as a panelist on various TV and radio stations in Ghana. Her outspoken nature and expertise made her a well-respected figure in the industry.
The cause of Cynthia Quarcoo’s death has not yet been disclosed, but reports suggest that she had been battling illness for some time. Her passing has left many showbiz icons and fans in mourning. Serwaa Amihere, a popular TV presenter, expressed her grief by saying, “Oh oh oh! Life!” Rapper Edem also shared his condolences, stating, “BIG LOSS IT IS WELL.”
Cynthia Quarcoo was the owner of CQ Legal, a boutique law firm located in Accra. Additionally, she founded Africa 1 Media, a talent management and public relations firm that worked closely with several Ghanaian musicians. Among her extensive clientele were renowned artists such as Sarkodie, Rocky Dawuni, Stonebwoy, Edem, Stephanie Benson, Reggie Rockstone, Bisa Kdei, and Samini.
🕊️ 🕊️🕊️🕊️🕊️🕊️🕊️🕊️🕊️ Eternal Rest in Power and Glory pic.twitter.com/zCUUT1qa7g
— Edem Goget’em (@iamedem) June 21, 2023
Oh oh oh ! Life!
— Serwaa Amihere (@Serwaa_Amihere) June 21, 2023
Notably, Cynthia Quarcoo held the position of legal advisor to the Musicians Union of Ghana, offering pro bono services for two years. She was recognized for establishing the first dedicated Entertainment, Sports, and Media Practice within her law firm in Ghana. Her commitment to representing creative and sporting talent in the country was widely acknowledged.
Outside of the entertainment and sports realm, Cynthia Quarcoo also made significant contributions. She served as Co-counsel for the Ministry of Finance on the successful 2021 and 2020 USD 3 billion Government of Ghana (GOG) Sovereign Bonds.
The sudden passing of Cynthia Quarcoo has left a void in the Ghanaian legal and showbiz communities. Her dedication, expertise, and passionate representation of her clients will be remembered by many. Ghana has lost a remarkable legal practitioner, and her legacy will continue to inspire generations to come.