London Olympics 2012: EME Banky W, Storm 360 Sasha P Named Olympic Torch Bearers

AML Industry folks are putting their best foot forward in almost everything they touch. EME Executive Banky W announced, over the weekend in a press conference, that he has been selected as an Olympic Torch Bearer alongside Kanu Nwankwo, Steve “Yaw” Onu and Funke Akindele for the upcoming 2012 London Olympic games. This week,Storm 360’s artist Sasha P also confirms news that she too will be a torch bearer representing for the green white green.

According to the London Olympics Website:

“8,000 inspirational people will carry the Olympic Flame as it journeys across the UK. Nominated by someone they know, it will be their moment to shine, inspiring millions of people watching in their community, in the UK and worldwide. . .”

Congratulations to all.


Sasha P

Banky W

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