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The Halloween Craze Part 2: Photos From Juliet Ibrahim Halloween Charity Party

Chris-Vincent A. Febiri
Posted on 03 Nov 2012 at 11:56am

The Juliet Ibrahim Halloween Charity party which received several bashing last week on GhanaCelebrities.Com and other social media platforms took place last night at Confidence Haugen’s Aphrodisiac Night Club in Accra…

We are told the attendance was great and it was fun. As we wait for the official photos from the Halloween party, we’ve decided to publish these photos which were captured with smart phones to wet your appetite…LOL

What do you think?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Chris-Vincent A. Febiri

Chris-Vincent is a Freelance Blogger/Writer, Founder and Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com. He is a “witty” writer who wrote several award winning articles/debates during his Secondary School days at Adisadel College. To develop his writing skills, studied Communication as a major with Sociology and Law at Newham College Of Further Education, London. Currently, he holds a degree in Law (LLB), Diploma in Para Legal and, he is a postgraduate Law student majoring in International Human Rights... He is the author of the popular eBook 'Success Is A Right, Not A Privilege'. He also blogs at www.TopVincent.Com. BBM pin: 7C7331B2. Remember "absence of evidence is not evidence of absence".... Click Here To Hire Me



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  • akua

    are we serious? OMG….Ghana. we have a long way to go. Do we have to copy everything?

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    nanya martinson Reply:

    @akua, i am speechless. nkwasiasem paa ni. that juliet should mind how her legs look like n stop this halloween nonsense. like really????? lack of knowlegde my people perish

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    Adjoa Nbaaso) Reply:

    @nanya martinson,LOL!!.Oh, so what has her legs got to do with this?aahbaa…We are all upset but her legs got nothing to do with her decison.Ehh GC fuo..hmmm

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    Adjoa Nbaaso) Reply:

    @akua, You can say that again.I cant believe these celebrities who was suppose to be role models are actually acting this way.If you copy blindly, you fail blindly too.Juliet Ibrahim, I dont and wont respect you as a celebrity anymore because you are not smart.

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  • akua

    are we serious? OMG….Ghana. we have a long way to go. Do we have to copy everything? aaaba

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  • richard

    pascaline edwards is growing fat and nicki samonas is so pretty

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  • Dr. Miyagi

    Totally ridiculous bunch of copy cats….absolutely madness   

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  • KA NE WU

    EIIIIIIIIIIIII THIS LOOKS SOOOOOOOO FAKE!!!!!

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  • akua

    wonder shall never end. Africans, africans why do we have to copy evil things from western people. Where is the God of Elijah? I can see that u people are so happy to celebrate devil. Please these people so called celebrities copy good thing so that our generation will be saved. May the lord have mercy upon us…..

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    abena Reply:

    @akua, well siad sis……they are really celebratin the devil and they no it.

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  • TheChuckylee

    Whats the meaning of dis?Absolutely ridiculous!

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  • http://releasesunglasses.com E-MAN

    Confidence’s costume is very clever.

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  • B.B

    hmmmmm, GH!

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  • jsexy

    Ewiase mu ns3m dooso!!!! eeiiiii

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  • Betty

    “Abstain from all appearance of evil”- 1 Thessalonians 5:22. My message to these so called celebrities.

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    nanaama943 Reply:

    @Betty, thanx betty dear you!!!

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  • Rocklyn Love

    they are not copyin anythin… this is how halloween goes…. they cant wear suits n elegant dresses…. everythin must not be local way.. a lil chage wont harm…..

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    jame Reply:

    @Rocklyn Love, fuck u how long have u being in america. zongo girl

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  • Resplendent

    Wha. I don’t think that they really know what ‘Halloween’ means. They’re just coping the Western countries. I was never a fan of Halloween.It’s just evil.

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  • dericka

    most of these celebs like prince david knows hw far God has brought him and nw u want to pleas the devil?? so none of these ppl r smart or wise enough to kno the implications of this?? hmmn let God Himself be the judge.

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    dericka Reply:

    @dericka, 1 thin most ppl dnt kno abut God is dat when He blesses u and u forget ur root and start to advocate for the devil ignorantly ur blesses are halted right frm there until u regain ur senses and all these celebs hav definitely lost their minds for real

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    nanaama943 Reply:

    @dericka, Tell me about it? now due to the fame David given the devil all the attention he deserved… I thought he knew better, a prayer warrior in a well respected church attending a so called witches day party…Lord please save us all.

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  • 27calibre(O_0)

    ignorance is curable stupidity is forever

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  • naa asheley

    …….. and Efya was supposed to be a village girl

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  • maame afia

    oh Jesus have mercy on us. We r lost now!!! We nw celebrate da festival of da death; oh Ghana!

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  • Q

    Charley the Vampire lady scares me ooo and by that i do not mean she is ugly but charley a Ghanaian vampire di3 i be afraid brutal!!! he he he I wouldn’t mess with that one in red contacts even if she “sparkled ” in sunlight lol.especially the dude who is making her bite him,charley certain things i wont play with..(With all due respect to Mama Buari,no pun intended),the vatican will bore with this pregnant nun thingy ooo ha ha ha,it is akin to dressing as a gay Pope on Halloween . Ah well they better not dress as anything Mohammed because we all know what trouble that could cause! Nicki Samonas was “naughty red riding hood” :) She looks cute!!!

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    Q Reply:

    @Q,Just a quick one who is the lady dressed as wonder woman? i thought it was Juliet Ibrahim but i see Juliet’s picture down there as a witch of some sort in a catsuit or maybe storm in Xmen so who is wonder woman-just wondering and ooooo there is the Little mermaid by her :)

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  • dede

    Halloween in Ghana. WHAT?>?> Our forefathers would be deeply disappointed in us for mimicking and celebrating this sad excuse of a holiday. Ghanaian’s do your OWN thing. Our culture is to rich, vibrant, and beautiful to be infiltrating it with useless evil celebrations such as Halloween- do your research before you take part. I’m so annoyed by these GH celebs jumping on bandwagons they don’t understand….

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  • Adjoa Nbaaso)

    Juliet Ibrahim, is this the kind of legacy you are living for your young son?Then why didnt you educate them on Kwame Nkrumah instead.Atleast they know who he is instead of this so called halloween.You have failed and your foundation might probably collapse because you attached something uncalled for to it.See the other fools too, KOD ,prince david and the rest .And Pascaline too, maame panin toto, you couldnt advice Juliet to change the theme.

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  • edward brown

    We might as well celebrate thanksgiving and 4th of july so we know we are proper americans…..nonsense!

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  • cici

    nonsense kwa

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  • vince

    Nonsense !! By the way, the word is “whet” not “wet” your appetite. They still make dictionaries, don’t they?

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  • vince

    Nicki Samonas is gorgeous, btw

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  • Adjoa Manu

    Ghanaians dierr u people fool papa .. what is wrong if they do a halloween or a costume party ? what is copying about this ?? if they are copying western style then we also shouldnt celebrate valentines day , and even christmas holidays .. where do you people know saint valentine from that you celebrate Valentine’s day?? all u people do is sit around and put your dirty mouths in other people’s business .. nkwasiasem kwaaaan .. LOVELY PICTURES our celebs (hugs)

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    Eman Reply:

    @Adjoa Manu, thank you, and thank you again. Whats wrong if they engage in such festivities. Hypocrites, there are probably aome of you out there taking your kids trick or treating. They are doing it for the fun of it, and even if you come here to the states, Halloween is remembered more for its trick or treating, and dressing up as favorite characters. The evil connotation that was attached to it is being forgotten.

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    Dr. Miyagi Reply:

    @Adjoa Manu,That hate in your bloodline is a silent killer! Get well soon!!  How the hell are you going to compare valentine and Christmas with Halloween are you numb or what, since when do we celebrate “the day of death” I’m sure you and that Eman where sold to junkies abroad 

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    Adjoa Nbaaso) Reply:

    @Adjoa Manu, They fool papa?I guess you are a white woman with a Ghanaian name?I didnt even bother reading your whole comment cuz th beginning of it actually described ur ignorance.Comparing Xmas to halloween?Girl, relax!

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    nanaama943 Reply:

    @Adjoa Manu, is only fools like you who would support any demonic act in our society.. enough said.

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  • Resplendent

    @Adjoa Manu, if you know the background behind Halloween then I don’t think you would even talk trash like that.

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    Dr. Miyagi Reply:

    @Resplendent,thank you I never knew we celebrated “the day of the death” in ghana.

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  • Resplendent

    Lol, I see comments here from some ignorant people that think Halloween is da ish. I have never heard of any celebrity organising a Halloween Party in Ghana.. till know so how is that oke by some people?? #weird.

    Wise people will remain wise!

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  • Resplendent

    Majority carries the vote

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  • lilyy

    OMG, Presient John Mahama, this is a public outreach…pls do something abt this devilish act coming into gh…when I heard this last week, I thought it was a joke…FOR GOODNESS SAKE, this is Africa, ghana to be precise. We don’t celebrate this nonsense…STOP COPYING THINGS U HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF…

    Chris, please talk to ur homegirl

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  • aku

    juliet,u could have choose a beter theme,the whole idea of hallowen was uncalled for,why not gh day?or its too local?celebs indeed.

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  • Resplendent

    I urge you all to pray for our motherland Ghana and that people there repent!

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  • http://releasesunglasses.com E-MAN

    You all seriously need to shut up!! I am seriously tired of all you hypocrites. its funny and very ironic how some commented “lack of knowledge my people perish” well please do your research and you will find that Halloween actually has christian roots.  Halloween was originally the Celtic (and pagan) celebration of Samhain. Samhain was the close of summer, the end of the growing season and the start of the harvest. Farmers would look at their crops and herds, deciding how much they would need to make it through the winter. So if you haven’t done your research and just heard or assumed what Halloween is, please stop the ignorance, go do your research and then come back and post on here.

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    Syndeytish Reply:

    @E-MAN, and do we have winter on Ghana? U dis boi u must be krasenii paa. 

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    E-MAN Reply:

    @Syndeytish, I quote ” winter ON Ghana”? Where the fuck did you go to school? Shut your dumb mouth and come polish my shoes. You must have been born on a highway because that’s where most accidents happen. Idiot!!

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    Syndeytish Reply:

    @E-MAN, u sums self know wat I mean and ur airhead know I’m right. Stop pretending like these pretend celebrities my foot. Again Do we have winter  in Ghana? Dummy

    Syndeytish Reply:

    @Syndeytish,*dumba.ss self* need to do do dis for eman krasenii. Dey say everything looks good for nkrasifuo. Btw it just doesn’t suit dem. dey need to get nkuto for their ashy bodies

    Dr. Miyagi Reply:

    @E-MAN,your 20 years old and have accomplish allot in life by copying insults from the net lol say no more dude

    Adjoa Nbaaso) Reply:

    @Dr. Miyagi, HAHA!Its soo funny, I noticed that too.

    Dr. Miyagi Reply:

    @Adjoa Nbaaso),lol

    E-MAN Reply:

    @Dr. Miyagi, Copying insults from the net?? haha Who does that? Well i just want to let you know I’m a creative young man who comes up with his own ish, and again I have accomplished more than any of you fools out there, thats not me copying from the net, that’s me stating the facts, and I’m taking applications for someone to wipe my ass when i’m done shitting. Miyagyi you definitely suit that position. I’ll highly encourage you to apply

    Dr. Miyagi Reply:

    @E-MAN,really? You must be really proud of your self right. By the way what does “E-man” stands for or is it “Eyegasm-man”

    Q Reply:

    @E-MAN,Like you rightly said it has both Christian and pagan origins. Granted ,It is linked to the Celtic celebration of Samhain ,it is also linked to the “Festival of the dead” which is celebrated in both Budhist and Inca religion to honor deceased spirits(which could be akin to pouring libation in Ghana; something i imagine is not a very common occurence these days or even maybe even outdated,correct me if i am wrong). What i can infer from most comments on here, is a problem not with the roots of halloween per say but the adoption of a foreign culture to the detriment of our rich Ghanaian culture .I believe these misgivings about the infiltration of foreign culure are rightly placed. At the rate at which we are going,very soon we will have “tooth fairies” in Ghana that will leave money under the pillows of our children when they loose a tooth. By all means we should learn from foreign culture and even use it to inform our own but we should not lose our identity ,our own values and beliefs in the process. My question to you is (i gather you live outside Ghana or you are well travelled or have access to internet and social media at least) have you seen or heard that Homowo or Akwasidae (just an example) is being celebrated by Americans ( and i am not talking about some Ghanaian group or association) in the US or British in the UK or Chinese in China or the Dutch in Netherlands? Or Have you ever heard in the news or anywhere that Halle Berry or Beyonce or Scarlett Johanssen or Angelina Jolie was organizing a Homowo or Akwasidae charity event in the US for needy kids or a cure for the cause ? If this is the route which we want to go then we may as well start celebrating St. Patrick’s day,Chinese New Year,Thanksgiving ,Hanukkah,Holi festival by the indians etc. That is the point that is being made! If we don’t stand for something as Ghanaians ,we may as well fall for anything !

    nanaama943 Reply:

    @Dr. Miyagi, hahahaha that was maame yaa’s quote hahaha eman be creative for ones and stop copying lol others

    Dr. Miyagi Reply:

    @nanaama943,lol dude is not correct 

    Q Reply:

    @Q *** Cause for the cure….

    Adjoa Nbaaso) Reply:

    @E-MAN, There will always be ur type of people who will always pretend that every Wrong is Right.

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    Resplendent Reply:

    @Adjoa Nbaaso), true. Please leave him alone ooo.. hehe.. He’s the only one defending this so called Juliet with no brains!!!It’s pathetic.

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    E-MAN Reply:

    @Adjoa Nbaaso), No. I dont pretend that every wrong is right, I am just appalled by you guys’ ignorance. It makes me sick.

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    Adjoa Nbaaso) Reply:

    @E-MAN, Then you probably are sick cuz of your own ignorance.In which ghanaian history book did you read about halloween?

    Dr. Miyagi Reply:

    @Adjoa Nbaaso),don’t mind him he there is something Wrong with him 

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    E-MAN Reply:

    @Dr. Miyagi, Nice try dude, E-MAN does not stand for eyegasm man. Better luck next time.

  • Resplendent

    3 John 1:11 Beloved, follow not that which is evil, but that which is good. (KJV)

    Ephesians 5:11 Don’t take part in doing those worthless things that are done in the dark. Instead, show how wrong they are(CEV)

    1 Timothy 4:1 God’s Spirit clearly says that in the last days many people will turn from their faith. They will be fooled by evil spirits and by teachings that come from demons. (CEV)

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    nanaama943 Reply:

    @Resplendent, great great am sure some would read and ask for forgiven smhh our country is a total mess now.

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  • Syndeytish

    UGLY lol. If u gonna do it do it better. Fail. It doesn’t even suit dem. nkrasifuo 

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  • Adwoa

    Woooooowwww I’m even lost with words. Do Ghanaians really know the meaning of hallloween on 31 October??? SMDH……hmmmmmmmmmmmm. Wisely said Q! Ohhh Ghanaians…………………..

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    nanaama943 Reply:

    @Adwoa, I don’t think they do though especially juliet hahaha am sure she fell inlove with the name and decided to give it a try, without even reading more about it… bunch of villagers!!!!

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  • http://www.crandis.net nanaama943

    SMH: Deuteronomy 18:9-12 When you enter the land the Lord your God is giving you, do not learn to imitate the detestable ways of the nations there. 10 Let no one be found among you who sacrifices their son or daughter in the fire, who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft, 11 or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritist or who consults the dead. 12 Anyone who does these things is detestable to the Lord; because of these same detestable practices the Lord your God will drive out those nations before you.

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  • V V

    I guess, she could have used a different name, though it could have still been a custome party since we all agree that halloween is related to evil. Juliet just change the name next time.

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  • mz dior

    this a whole bunch of bull… why must ghanafu) copy all them western shyt… what at all does “juliet” know about halloween??? and she got bunch of fools to support her evil useless party… this one di3, is a major fail… make vim and come out with sometin nice ….. #MAJORFAIL…

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  • obed xii

    How on earth ?how ?Halloween in Ghana …wooow dis so called celebrities or stars in Ghana now want to do everything those up there does.How would they feel when they hear stars in USA and other parts of the word celebrating  homowo,Akwasidae,Hogbetsotso or Fetu Afahye…..oh my people open your eyes and think and stop copying blindly .

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