Trigmatic,John Dumelo,Prince David Osei & Others For "Halloween Weekend With The Stars' This November 2nd - Ghanacelebrities.com

Trigmatic,John Dumelo,Prince David Osei & Others For “Halloween Weekend With The Stars’ This November 2nd

Chris-Vincent A. Febiri
Posted on 24 Oct 2012 at 11:18am

Come 2nd November, Accra would come to a stand still as all the big names in Ghanaian showbiz will converge at the hub of entertainment, the plush Aphrodisiac Night Club to party for a worthy cause.

The event “Halloween Weekend With The Stars” is a Juliet Ibrahim Foundation Initiative headed by ace actress Juliet Ibrahim and supported by Project Smiles headed by C.E.O of Aphrodisiac-Confidence Haugen.

The event is billed to be an annual event and is set to raise funds to help kidney cancer patients and create awareness on the disease.

The night would be filled with exciting activities all in the bid to raise funds to support the cause of the foundation. Activities such as “Celebrity Date Auctions, Celebrity Product Auctions” will mark the night and make it more than just another party night.

The event is powered by event giants Blueprint District. Celebrities billed for the night includes John Dumelo, Jackie Appiah, Prince David Osei, Pascaline Edwards, Trigmatic, Eddie Watson, Nikki Samonas, Vicky Zugah, James Gardiner, Benny Blanco, Deborah Vanessa and the list rolls on.

This is not the first time the Juliet Ibrahim Foundation has embarked on such a project. Earlier this year the All Female Soccer Charity match made headlines all across the continent and this is set to break the event box in 2012. Official info can be obtained by following @HalloweenGhana or @ji_foundation on twitter.

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Chris-Vincent A. Febiri

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  • nanya martinson

    Please ooo people don’t bring this Halloween nonsense to Ghana. When I was in Ghana there was nothing like Halloween and now all of a sudden Ghanaian are into Halloween? Nonsense!!!!!!!

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    dericka Reply:

    @nanya martinson, my blood pressure just went up upon hearing this hope its nt true tho cus we hav enough trouble to deal with already. haloween will make it worse.

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  • Akua

    eeeeeiiiiiiiii Ghana. when did we start celebrating halloween. what koraa be this. always copying blindly. aaaaba

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    B.B Reply:

    @Akua, …..and believe me, they will copy and over copy. 

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    Akua Reply:

    @B.B, it serious paa oo

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    Akua Reply:

    @B.B, it’s serious paa oo

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    dericka Reply:

    @Akua, eiiii God hav mercy. there’s this lady i know who celebrated haloween some yrs ago and now she said her grandmum follows her all the time, everywhere she goes. my question was why didnt u allow her to rest in peace and rather call her spirit?? spirits are real ooo buh some ppl dnt believe its existence.

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  • cici

    Bull shit…when did this crap get to Ghana…that’s just insane gh people..do u know the rationale behind halloween?this is crazy n im very

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    cici Reply:

    Disappointed at gh ppl..BS paa nnie

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  • B.B

    I will be looking forward to seeing the pictures from this show. It’s an opportunity for my people to show how ridiculous they can look with their outfits and makeup. 

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  • stella

    eish halloweeen in ghana?

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    dericka Reply:

    @stella, hmmmn asem paaa ooooo omg!! this is really crazy and none of them even the spiritual 1′s opposed the theme eventhough its for a gud course??? hmmnn

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  • g.

    Why don’t juliet find a different theme for this fund raising..her purpose of this whole thing is very good but  halloween tho ?? Nawwww ghana ppl be doing the most smh

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  • http://hotmail maame

    come on juliet when this get to ghana, please some of our starts are going way too far, lets be proud of our heritage, belives and who we are no need for this crap. thanks.

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  • Syndeytish (miGAYi is a dog)

    Ghanafuo no copy copy. Gets on my nerves.  Now Ghana celebrate thanksgiving which is an American holiday. Next will be 4th of July America’s independence. Wat is good abt Halloween, a day dat celebrate witches. F.uck Ghana. U guys r pushing it 

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    naa asheley Reply:

    @Syndeytish (miGAYi is a dog), lol the 4th of July part got me laughing 

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  • KA NE WU

    THIS IS WHAT THE ASHANTIS CALL……….”SUATRA”. LOL

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  • em

    Eeeeiii  Hallow WHAT??? when i was in Ghana i never heard about Halloween, now you guys want to celebrate it, come on go on. Ghanaian and copycat.  Sad thing is they never copy the right things SMH.

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