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Watch the Trailer of Juliet Ibrahim’s New Movie-Shattered Romance Starring James Gardiner, Pascaline Edwards, Sonia Ibrahim, Fred Amugi & Others…

Posted on 25 Oct 2014 at 10:42pm

It surely looks like actress-Juliet Ibrahim is looking to go further with the movie producing challenge—as the trailer of the actress’ second self-produced movie-Shattered Romance has been released.

And this time, she calls on her colleague turned Director-Eddie Nartey to direct the movie which features herself, James Gardiner, veteran actor-Fred Amugi, Pauline Oduro, Pascaline Edwards, Sonia Ibrahim and others…

The movie is scheduled to be premiered at the SilverBird Cinemas on 5th December, 2014.

Check out the trailer below… (more…)


A Paedophile Gay Doctor or a Very Wayward Son?

Posted on 25 Oct 2014 at 10:22pm

Who has not at this point heard about Doctor Sulley Ali-Gabass the infamous doctor who is now simply known as the Gay Doctor in Ghana? I mean the married medical doctor who sodomized a 16 year old boy who has been named as Aziz for the purpose of keeping his identity protected.

That story has been made the central headlines over and over again for the past few days. Two days ago I heard the doctor had been arrested and refused bail while being held in custody till investigations are concluded.

In all this, Doctor Gabass has had his face splashed all over the news in every medium. The young man however does not even have his real name out there.

Many are the sympathizers of Doctor Gabass who is a senior medical doctor at Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital in Takoradi. He is supposed to be a very good doctor for that matter as many people have spoken out about how well he has attended to them in the past. I actually read one woman say he saved her life once in the middle of the night when she was bleeding to death. But hey, isn’t that a doctors job? (more…)

Kim Kardashian Celebrates 34th Birthday at Tao Night Club in Vegas

Posted on 25 Oct 2014 at 1:32pm

From BeyondGossip.Com

Kim Kardashian actually turned 34 on October 21, but celebrated her birthday with a party on Friday night (October 24) at Tao nightclub in Vegas.

The famous socialite was surrounded by her husband, Kanye West, mom Kris Jenner, siblings and a host of close friends.

Even though Kim was celebrating her birthday, she didn’t look her best. She donned a white dress with a plunging neckline showing off her boobies. Last night was probably the worst I’ve seen of Kim in 2014.

Her hubby, Kanye was however looking great as he gave a rare smile.

Peep more photos of Kim Kardashian’s birthday bash at Tao night club after the jump…

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Another Ghanaian Woman’s Perspective on Nigeria-Part 3

Posted on 25 Oct 2014 at 12:18pm

 

CLICK HERE TO READ PART 1 & HERE TO READ PART 2

A few weeks ago, whilst driving to work, I turned my dial to 92.30 fm and since then it has remained there. Each morning after devotion, my exercise session and food preparation I am always left feeling exhausted with little enthusiasm for the day. But thanks to inspiration fm, whose morning show between 6.30 and 7.00 always ensures I am revamped for the job ahead. Don’t hesitate to tune in anytime you are in Lagos or even online from anywhere in the world.

Whilst in Ghana, I was so in love with the yoghurt drink, Hollandia, and it is only weight gain that managed to tear us apart. Now that I am based in the country of its production, it is like jumping from frying pan to fire. I didn’t even know they had the pineapple flavour till I got here. To make matters worse La Casera (the apple sparkling drink) is as common as sachet water here and Fayrouz (tastes like Alvaro), the Chivita and Five Alive brands follow suit. I was so grateful when a close friend of mine asked if I wanted to join her in fasting. I decided to abstain from sugar, drinks included and that is how I have managed to control my cravings.

For those females looking to relocate to Nigeria, kindly do a wardrobe sweep to get rid of those scanty pieces you have. Trust me, despite their glamour and deep fashion sense, Nigerians are very conservative. Do not be fooled by what you see on television. You will see a number of them covering their hair when going to church or using shawls to cover their legs when they sit down. There is little tolerance for visible fleshy body parts especially with regards to married women and any daring female is viewed as not coming from a good home. As much as husbi always says I should just be myself, I have reserved a lot of those pieces for his viewing pleasure only. When in Rome, do as the Romans do.

This is just a brief point to let you know that you are not alone in the crappy service you sometimes get from Ghanaian telecom companies.Your brothers and sisters here in Nigeria are facing the same situation if not worse. Thank you. (more…)

‘If You Got the Opportunity to Be On BBA You Might Get N*ked Yourself’-DKB Tells Ghanaians

Posted on 25 Oct 2014 at 11:55am

 

There has been a lot of brouhaha over how the insanely popular reality show Big Brother Africa is losing its essence, and how it has turned more into an avenue to promote ‘seks’ and immorality.

The interesting thing about this to me though, is that those who complain still keep watching. If you are so bothered maybe stop watching and find something else to occupy your time.

Anyway, Derrick Kobina Bonney, or DKB, one of Ghana’s former representatives on the show has laid into the members of the public who keep complaining about the show. To him BBA is about more than just n*dity and immorality, but it’s a big opportunity to market yourself which people try to do through any means possible.

DKB was speaking on Radio Universe and said he had the same complaints before entering the house.

“People who are always complaining about the n*kedness would stop complaining if they get the opportunity to enter the house. The main focus of the show is about you and your personality not the n*ked scenes” (more…)

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Both US Nurses Who Contracted Ebola from Liberian Thomas Duncan Declared Free of the Virus | What Can Ghana Learn from That?

Posted on 25 Oct 2014 at 11:18am

It seems the United States is extremely well prepared to win their war on Ebola.

The deadly hemorrhagic fever has killed over 4,500 Africans since the genesis of this latest outbreak, but for the United States every single case has been beaten back with the victim declared virus free a short time after contracting the infection.

Nurses Nina Pham and Amber Vinson both got infected whilst caring for Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian who carried the virus onto US soil and died shortly thereafter. Both were immediately placed into quarantine and received specialist care which seems to have helped in containing the infection.

US health officials have declared both free of the virus, with test retuning negative results for Ebola in their blood. Nina Pham has already been released and even met with President Obama hours later, whilst Amber would remain in treatment for a while longer in Atalanta. (more…)

Old and New HIPLIFE, Which One Rocks?

Posted on 25 Oct 2014 at 11:03am

When Reginald Osei, popularly called Reggie Rockstone masterminded the Hiplife movement, little did he know he was creating an avenue of limitless possibilities. Decades down the line, the genre (an amalgamation of Hiphop and Highlife) has been sustained through diverse ways, aptly through the creativity and dexterity by its crusaders.

Chicago and Ex-doe arguably raised the bar a bit higher and spurred the youth. Nananom, a group comprising of Barima Sydney, Omahane Pozo and Jotti joined the bandwagon. The boisterous Nima based group called VIP and Lord Kenya took over with their sharp lyrics. Then came in the man often regarded as the best Hiplife artiste of all time; Obrafuo. These artistes churn out hit songs that were highly appreciated and assimilated comprehensively by all.

Pundits and ‘Highlife custodians’ predicted the fall of Hiplife years ago. On the contrary, Hiplife keeps on growing and breaking frontiers. Almost all international awards chalked by Ghanaian musicians are Hiplife musicians or their works influenced by Hiplife. (more…)

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Shatta Wale’s Manager-BullDog Has Some BIG Questions for Charter House | Indication That There is No Out of Court Settlement…

Posted on 24 Oct 2014 at 9:09pm

Though the manager of Shatta Wale-BullDog (real nameLawrence Asiamah Hanson) did not mention Charter House in the above message he posted on social media, its apparent Charter House fits the entity under scrutiny than any other Ghanaian event organizer—just that he probably doesn’t want to be dragged to Court.

It looks like the Shatta Wale and Charter House issues that have landed the two in Court will not be dying out anytime soon. Even if we are not interesting in the legitimacy of the questions asked, the mere fact that Shatta Wale’s manager is asking these questions indicates that; the fight is on and as such, the out of court settlement stories may be false.

For more than a year now, Ghanaian dancehall artiste-Shatta Wale has been pushing it hard with Charter House—and he has recorded several tracks to throw punches at them. (more…)

Usher Covers Billboard Magazine | Talks Album Delay, Justin Bieber and Grace Miguel

Posted on 24 Oct 2014 at 8:29pm

Usher is looking really hot wearing a crown on the latest issue of Billboard Magazine.

In an interview with Billboard, the King of R&B (sorry R. Kelly) talked about his delayed album, his relationship with Justin Bieber, plus praised his girlfriend/manager Grace Miguel.

On his delayed album:

“I just ain’t ready, meaning I have more that I want to say and more that I want to do. My process is pretty different. L.A. Reid will tell you, it takes two albums to make one with Usher.” (more…)

A Case for GOD | Does God Exist? YES…

Posted on 24 Oct 2014 at 7:54pm

 

Lots of people have asked this question, and finding an answer to it can have a deep impact on our lives. We came into this world knowing nothing. Knowledge acquisition was through agents like the family, schools, and largely the society.

Our hollow heads were filled with lots of things pertaining to this world, one of which is religion. We have been taught that God created this world and everything in it. Though we may occasionally ask paradoxical questions like, “who created God, how does He look like and who are His parents?”, not even the wisest men and scholars of high repute have provided answers to these questions.

Even Jesus Christ, His only begotten son, as recorded by the Bible, said he has never seen God before. That is why many find it puzzling that people still go ahead and worship God with their heart, soul and mind as mandated by His guide book, the Bible.

Many scientist and evolutionist have argued that there is no God. The likes of Charles Darwin, Sigmund Freud and Friedrich have all shrouded their philosophies in science and have consequently dismissed the existence of a supreme God.

Others also see little practical value in religious teachings, or at any rate, fail to practice what churches preach. This is partly blameable on the perceived disconnection between Christians and their way of life. Pastors and their extortion in the church coupled with their opulence have further deepened the belief that even if God was alive, he is now dead.

Many who claim to believe in God make decisions as though he did not exist. Suffering and unprecedented calamity have befallen mankind. “If God really exists and he is all powerful”, the sceptics argue, “why does he permit suffering and doesn’t do anything to get rid of it?”

Some also equate faith or on a broader scope, believing in God with gullibility. They say that people who resort to faith do not want to think for themselves or allow hard evidence to influence their beliefs. Such infidels imply that those with strong religious faith ignore reality, making the subject of God and its related theories a mere myth. The foregoing scepticism surrounding God and religion is by no means new.

In order to provide answers that will change our perception and embrace the idea of God and his existence, let’s consider some hard probing facts. (more…)

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