The way some us step out of our houses to attend national and public events is just ridiculous. What do you think is wrong with the following photos?
These were captured at last month’s Ghana Movie Awards. If you have not seen them yet, then here we go…
Photos Credit: PeaceFm
I’ve been in a relationship with a guy for about 5 months now and I really love this guy. He is every woman’s dream guy. The problem is a I found out something heartbreaking about him in our second month of dating which is killing me.
I don’t know how to approach him about the issue. I wanted to ignore it and just build a relationship but i’ve come to realise that it’s not helping me and I want to talk to him about it but I don’t know how to start.
Barely 2 months of dating I was chatting with an old mate in school who was lamenting over a break up she was going through, how the boy is ignoring her and won’t even give her any reasons for his actions. She was so down and I was about going offline so I took her number to call her later and encourage her. (more…)
Seventeen African bodybuilding federations are feverishly preparing ahead of the 10th edition of Mr Africa Bodybuilding Championships scheduled to be held from February 23-27, 2011, in Accra. Notable among the federations include Nigeria, Egypt, South Africa, Equatorial Guinea, Morocco, and Libya.
The National Theatre of Ghana will host the final of the event with Beach Expo taking place at the La Beach, in Accra. (more…)
I am not in the least bit surprised to hear about the following news with regards to the Ghana Movie Awards prize presentation ceremony; according to Joy Online, GP Limited (who were the primary organisers of the Ghana Movie Awards), have announced that the SUV car awarded to the four recipients of the ‘Best Actress’ award, is still parked at the Golden Tulip Hotel.
As you are all aware by now, there were FOUR actresses were awarded the ONE award (Roselyn Ngissah, Yvonne Okoro, Jackie Appiah, and Juliet Ibrahim). With the exception of Miss Appiah, the remaining three ladies were able to attend the prize presentation ceremony.
However, in stark contrast to Agya Koo (winner of the Male Founder’s Merit Aarwad), who drove his SUV home on the same day, the SUV for the winners of the ‘Best Actress’ award was still parked in the exact spot the keys were handed over to the actresses- 48 hours after the presentation ceremony. (more…)
The chit chat I had with Afro Reggae Roots musician Rocky Dawuni turned out to be a lesson imparting wisdom. He is one of the many manifestations that contribute to the positive images of the Afro-centric style.
When GhanaCelebrities.Com asked about his penchant for wearing browns, greens, cream for his stage, video and performance attire, he candidly compared it to a case of favoritism, “they have certain naturalness to them and I gravitate to the earth tone colors.”
I wish I could tell you that he faced a firing squad of complaints from his friends and family for going natural but it would be a tale for a Bollywood film. Even the optimist, Rocky Darwuni’s stance from a young age was that, “ I felt from the onset, a positive sense, it challenged the mindset that here I am as a musician who is responsible, working hard at my craft and wearing my hair this way is symbolism to make Ghanaians think of dreads in a less critical way; also to not judge a person based on their look and their hair.” (more…)
Most of us Ghanaians are jokers and very non-outspoken, a behaviour which has turned majority of us into some coward sycophants failing to see the truth in what goes on around us. Even if aware of the truth, our dim assertion of being branded enemies of progress and non-well wishers curtail our minds to speaking the truth.
The above is one of the foremost reasons why Ghana is where it is today and our activities will always be considered as a joke by those out side with critical minds, understanding and foresight to seeing the truth and what lies behind the rock as far as our endeavours are concern. (more…)