Musician Tic Tac would be seen in Aayalolo buses entertaining and sharing souvenirs to passengers in a novelty starting from Monday, December 4.
The initiative is to create awareness ahead of the release of his 7th album and to mark the one year anniversary of Aayalolo since it commenced operations in the country.
Passengers on board the busses with Tic Tac will get free CDs and other Aayalolo souvenirs amongst others.
Additionally, Tic Tac’s new songs and videos would be played for to entertain passengers as well as engage them on the bus.
The programme will start on December 4, from the Amasaman terminal to Tudu and a return trip in the evening.
On December 5, the people of Ofankor will have their share to cruise with Tic Tac to Tudu amidst some entertainment.
The Achimota passengers will not be left out, as they get their turn on December 6, when Tic Tac and the team join them to Tudu.
Speaking at the press launch held in Achimota-Tudu bound Aayalolo bus on Tuesday, Tic Tac said it is a listening session with his fans ahead of the release of his ‘Mama Grace’ album, aimed at honouring his mother.
He said it would be an honour to interact with passengers and his fans and have fun. He urged those without Aayalolo card to get one to be part of the excitement.
The artiste expressed his admiration for the comfort the Aayalolo bus service gives to passengers and urged Ghanaians to take advantage and enjoy their ride around town.
On her part, Sandra Ayikailey Chani, a Customer Service Executive of the bus service, said the company commutes about 10,000 passengers on daily basis to their workplaces, and as part of their Anniversary, they decided to entertain their passengers.