"Stan Dogbey taught me a lot of things I know in protocol" – Jerry Adjorlolo acknowledges his mentor
In an interview with Giovanni Caleb and AJ Sarpong on 3FM, the presidential MC indicated that Stan Dogbey is a teacher to him and played a huge role in all the knowledge he has in the field of event protocol.
“Stan Dogbey is my teacher. He is the one that got me interested in these presidential gigs.
He gave me my first opportunity. I met him at the Tomato plant at Tema on August 5, 2015, when President Mahama was in power.
"After the program, he took my card. A week later, the president was presenting an award to 7 people. He asked me to come do it. Stan taught me a lot of the things I know in protocol. A lot of thanks to all he has done,” he shared.
"When asked how he handles comments from people who say he is a particular political party bias, the content creator and moderator stated that all he does is present his client in an appealing way."
"For him, this is a job and definitely, someone would have to take it up so he tries to remain neutral."
“I did not set out to do this. It’s a job that somebody must do. I understood this quite early. I am just like a lawyer; I am there to present my client, not defend them. I will present my client in the most interesting, beautiful and presentable way. What he or they decide to make of that presentation is their own thing,” he pointed out.
He continued, “I served under President Mahama. I gave him my all. When NPP came, I told myself that it’s a job I do and because I didn’t go on any political bandwagon, I just continued my job like that. Yes, I have biases and leanings but it is not reflective… I try my best to ensure that I stay on that straight line.”
A gifted professional master of ceremonies and storyteller, Adjorlolo has hosted a wide range of state, diplomatic, corporate, and social events in Ghana since his debut in 2014.
He is highly esteemed as a preferred host for high-level social events, including for President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, former presidents, and the diplomatic community.