Cynthia Quarcoo, the lawyer representing Sarkodie, has tragically passed away
Cynthia Quarcoo, a prominent lawyer who represented Ghanaian musician Sarkodie, has sadly passed away. In addition to her legal career, Cynthia was highly regarded in the entertainment industry. She founded Africa 1 Media, a well-known talent management and public relations firm that collaborated with numerous Ghanaian musicians.
Cynthia also devoted two years as a pro bono legal advisor to the Musicians Union of Ghana, providing guidance to artists such as Sarkodie, Rocky Dawuni, Stonebwoy, Edem, Stephanie Benson, Reggie Rockstone, Bisa Kdei, and Samini, among others.
Cynthia Quarcoo’s influence extended beyond her work with clients. She made history in Ghana by establishing the first dedicated Entertainment, Sports, and Media Practice within her law firm. This groundbreaking initiative showcased her dedication to serving the creative and sporting talent in the country, leaving an enduring impact on the legal landscape.
The cause of Cynthia Quarcoo’s untimely demise has not been disclosed, although reports suggest that she had been battling an illness for some time before her passing. Her passing leaves a void in both the legal and entertainment communities, and her legacy will be remembered as that of a trailblazer, a committed advocate, and a significant contributor to the industries she served with unwavering passion. Cynthia’s expertise in law and her frequent appearances on Ghanaian TV and radio stations have solidified her reputation as an influential figure.