Accra, July 5, 2023 – The Ghanaian entertainment industry came together on Tuesday to commemorate the one-week memorial service of the late Cynthia Quarcoo, an esteemed entertainment lawyer and Founder of CQ Legal & Consulting. Cynthia’s untimely passing on June 21, 2023, left a void in the hearts of her friends, colleagues, and clients, who recognized her influential role in shaping the nation’s music and entertainment landscape.
The solemn event, held at the Christ the King Parish in Accra, saw the attendance of a multitude of mourners, including close friends, family members, and notable personalities from the entertainment and legal sectors. The presence of renowned musicians Samini and Sarkodie, media personality KOD, political leader Brigitte Dzogbenuku, former CEO of UT Bank Kofi Amoabeng, Charles Mensa, and former Electoral Commission boss Charlotte Osei added to the significance of the occasion.
Cynthia Quarcoo had represented some of Ghana’s most celebrated artists, including Sarkodie, Samini, Shatta Wale, and Reggie Rockstone. Her dedication and contributions to the industry were highly regarded, and her loss sent shockwaves throughout the nation. The one-week memorial service provided an opportunity for mourners to pay their respects and reflect on Cynthia’s extraordinary life and impact.
While grief filled the air, plans are already underway to give Cynthia Quarcoo a dignified farewell befitting her stature. The final funeral ceremony is scheduled to take place on Saturday, August 26th, 2023, once again at the Christ the King Parish in Accra. The international community has also expressed their support for the grieving family, emphasizing the global reach and influence of Cynthia’s work.
Cynthia Quarcoo’s legacy as a legal luminary and champion of the Ghanaian entertainment industry will continue to inspire generations to come. As the nation bids farewell to a remarkable woman, her memory will remain etched in the hearts of those who knew her and in the annals of Ghana’s music and entertainment history.
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