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Ventures is a three-in-one company. Ikecrotec Media Production, the media
section of our firm was set up in 2007 by Rev. Isaac Asomah-Sarpong. Ikecrotec
firmly believes an aggressive educational and informational but entertaining
approach should be taken consciously and consistently to challenge the youth to
enjoy a secured future.
have produced a feature film titled GH @ five ‘O’ which depicts evil vices such
as Armed Robbery, Mobile phone
snatching, Car hijacking, Ritual murder, Drug Trafficking etc, which are
engulfing the nation.
was first premiered at the National Theatre and was rated as one of the best,
ever made movies as far as Ghanaian movies are concerned. It features well known
artists such as Seth Karikari “Koo Fori” (of Efie Wura) and Omar Sheriff
Captan. Media Houses such as Graphic
showbiz, P&P, Fylla entertainment, Splash entertainment published the event.
Based on the factual act and how educative the movie is, we were applauded by the
Former Director of TV (GTV) Mr. Charles Kofi Bucknor and the Former Acting
Director General, Yaw Owusu Addo (GTV), after screening the movie.
carried out a research which indicates that about 362 mobile phone crime cases
were reported within 3 months; 25 were killed, 56 were butchered, armed robbery,
ritual killing, 8 persons believed to be serial killings. A fake man of God
recently drowned 2 women at the Weija River etc.
from the Ghana Tourist board indicate that, there has been a decline in tourist
inflow into the country due to the increasing rate of crimes in the country in
association with the unscrupulous publications (negative) that some Ghanaians
post on the internet about safety issues in the country.
Ghanaians are really confused, they think the country is no longer a safer land
or a place to live because if a policeman or a law-enforcement officer with a
gun were to be killed without a trace then what of individuals like us! Most
people are scared to use their phones in public, internet cafes, shopping
malls, churches, petrol stations and clubs. Most entertainment places for
tourists close as early as 7pm (19:00GMT). The big question is “Who
is safe?” we are all eligible victims.
we believe that campaigning through the media by airing it will:
v Have a positive impact
on peoples’ lives,
v Reduce crime
waves in Ghana,
v Portray the
negative effects of such crimes.
v Generally make
Ghanaians adopt a positive and intelligent attitude towards each other and
v Enable Ghanaians
to appreciate securities and invest for a secured future
v To boost tourism
and its related economic ties
motive of the producer of the GH @ five ‘O’ documentary/movie is to:
Ø Create a
generation of law abiding citizens.
Ø Contribute our
portion towards safe-guarding our society.
discipline in the decision making process and focus on the potentials of the
youth with respect to their future perspectives.
Ø Change the lives
of such culprits.
Ø Create awareness
of the risks involved in lawlessness.
Ø Aid in curbing
the rampant influx of criminals and acts of lawlessness.
Isaac Asomah-Sarpong, the Producer/Director, produced the documentary/movie not
for mass distribution and retailing purposes.
cost of producing the documentary/movie is GH¢
30,000.00 including the free premiering of the movie which took place at
the National Theatre.
Air Time needed and it’s Cost.
full running time of the Movie/Documentary is One Hour Thirty Minutes (1Hour:
Movie/Documentary will be showing every week-end (Peak-Airtime) on each of
these TV Stations throughout the nation.
Hours 3,000 peak-time
TV 1.5 Hours 3,500 Peak-time
1.5 Hours 2,500 Peak-time
Africa 1.5 Hours 2,500 peak-time
1 1.5 Hours 3,000 Peak-time
Total (Airtime) GH¢ 18,000
Grand total GH¢
CATEGORIES: (Diamond, Platinum, Gold, Silver & Bronze)
You can also donate to support this Crime-Free project by calling our front desk line 0302 240 120, 0246 10
37 08 (You’ll be Acknowledged as a
support sponsor whilst running the “end-credit”
Don’t hesitate to call for further inquiries.
sponsors or contributors can also send their donations to this account:
name: Ikecrotec Ventures
Diamond sponsor get a
total of eighteen (18) slots with random scroll text and logo display on six
(6) TV Stations
Platinum gets a total
of fourteen (14) slots with random scroll text and logo display on six (6) TV
Gold gets a total of
ten (10) slots with random scroll text and logo display (6) TV Stations.
Silver gets a total of
eight (8) slots and random scroll text and display logo on six (6) TV Stations
Bronze gets a total of
six (6) slots and random scroll text and display logo on six (6) TV Stations
program will be aired on weekends at peak times.
will run from Monday to the weekend.
features well known artists such as Seth Karikari “Koo Fori” of Afei Wura and
Omar Sheriff Captan.
are therefore soliciting for your collaboration to enable us financially recoup
the invested amount in return for;
Mass advertising (during promotional advertising and
“slots and text-scrolling” during airing) to boost your market share
Acknowledgement as a support sponsor whilst running
the “credits & end-credit”
A means of undertaking your Corporate Social
Responsibility to the community
Educating the less learned once for a better Ghana.
all join hands together in one way or the other to help fight crime and bring
back our mother Ghana; God fearing country by eradicating negative materials
via the media”.
of Interior & Minister of Tourism is going to minute on both visual & sound.
(Advising the culprits and the negative effect of
sincerely believe that by association, there will be perfect synergy between
your premium brand and our quality and interesting documentary/movie.
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