Don’t go beating the witches next door because it’s definitely NOT their making…
According to StarrFM, the infamous Ghana’s presidential jet caught fire this morning while landing at the Kotoka International Airport. And even though no injuries were recorded—we hope no committee is set up to investigate it, as we always do in Ghana.
It’s however unclear if the president-John Dramani Mahama was on board the plane at the time.
The reason why we mentioned it’s not the making of the witches is because, planes do catch fire all the time around the world…
Rumours have been swirling for the past few months that Rihanna and Leonardo DiCaprio are dating. Many people including myself doubted the duo were really an item because they seemed like an unlikely pair but thanks to TMZ we have photos to prove that they are together.
The celebrity news website today posted a photo of the “FourFiveSeconds” singer and the “Titanic” actor cozying up at the singer’s birthday party two weeks ago.
Check out the photographic evidence proving Rihanna and Leonardo are dating below…
The controversy surrounding Nadia Buari’s hidden child is back on the talking board over here at GhanaCelebrities.Com—springing from an article we published yesterday titled ‘8 Ghanaian Female Celebrities With Kids But No Fathers’.
Several people including Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri (Editor, GhanaCelebrities.Com) are beyond confident that the Ghanaian actress has a hidden baby, about 11-12 years now. They have their own evidence and private reasons but I want us to look at some of the obvious (reasonable) public proofs we have to show that indeed Nadia Buari has a child.
These proofs are out there so we should all be able to look at them, think about them and come to a reasonable conclusion. (more…)
Well, when you think you’ve heard everything the world goes and throws you another curveball.
Seems other worldly encounters are all the rage these days, and its crucial you come back with some never before heard of info. So just as that pastor who said anything other than missionary on your married bed would get send you straight to hell- this Catholic priest has come back with a unique story of his own.
After suffering a heart attack and being declared officially dead, medics were able to revive him after 48 minutes. During those 48 minutes when he was dead, Father John Michael O’Neal claims he went to heaven and saw God.
According to him, God was a feminine like being, full of light. “Her presence was both overwhelming and comforting. She had a soft and soothing voice and her presence was as reassuring as a mother’s embrace.” (more…)
They say hell hath no fury like a woman scorned; but the same applies to men, apparently.
This sad story from Jaway Anlo near Half Assini has all the elements of a Shakespearan tragedy. Mawutor Huevor, the suspect, attempted to poison his estranged lover with rat poison, but unfortunately she did not eat the resulting meal alone, but took it with four children who also perished from the poison.
Graphic Online reports Mawutor is in the grips of police for the suspected crime. He used to stay with the deceased for years as husband and wife, until she moved out over his refusal to pay her bride price and legally marry her.
According to the accused, the girl and her friends were teasing him over the break-up. They even composed a song to use to laugh at him; so being unable to take the humiliation any longer he designed a plan to get rid of the lady. (more…)
It looks like Ghanaians are indeed tired of how the incumbent government is steering the affairs of the country. Over the last few years, several Ghanaians have been on the many social media platforms complaining about the harsh conditions they are going through in the country.
The government has been adamant to the many social media complaints and as such, Ghanaians took to the streets today (February 18, 2014) to demonstrate against the government.
The demonstration, dubbed the ‘Wↄn Gbo’ (translated as WE’RE DYING) Demonstration, was originally organised by the opposition New Patriotic Party.
According to the few people that GhanaCelebrities.Com spoke to, they joined the demonstration not because of their political affiliation with the party but because of the hardship they are encountering in the country.
“This is too much. The president should be sued for deceiving Ghanaians. Mahama is the worst president Ghana has had. I get only 8 hours of light for a whole week. Why? All businesses are collapsing. We can’t stand this anymore. I voted for NDC in the last election but I’m not willing to vote for that party again”, one of the demonstrators told GhanaCelebrities.Com.
Check out the below pictures… (more…)
You see, the problem with this country has always been priorities. It’s not that we do not have the resources; it’s that the resources are misused and mismanaged whilst areas of real need are neglected consistently leading to needless and senseless tragedies like this one.
Children in New Asuoyaa in the Eastern Region are forced to swim across the Densu river everyday if they want to go to school. The situation, according to myjoyonline, has led to three children dying whilst making that passage, just within the past year alone.
According to the report, the footbridge across the river has been broken for years now, and numerous attempts to get the relevant authorities to carry out its renovation have fallen on deaf ears.
Somehow a situation like this is occurring, a project whose cost is minuscule in comparison to the funds this country can raise- yet it lies dormant and prematurely kills our future leaders whilst those in charge sleep soundly in their air-conditioned, ‘dumsorless’ rooms. (more…)
Homo sapiens are certainly the most evolved species on the planet- certainly no other species has our technology, or the self importance to feel a supreme being must have created us. Turns out in many ways, the male of the species has not evolved at all.
A survey commissioned by William Hill, and published by MailOnline, lists the 50 qualities a ‘real man’ must possess, as listed by 2,000 respondents.
How to read a map, how to tie a tie, how to change a light bulb, and how to do basic DIY (or do-it-yourself tasks) make up the 5th to 2nd positions. But the most important quality a real, modern day man should possess is the ability to remember your wedding anniversary date without pause.
You certainly don’t want to offend the missus.
Another, vital, real man quality; knowing that when a woman says ‘I’m fine’, it generally means she’s not fine.
Most of the tasks are what any basic male should reasonably be expected to carry out, showing that we might have evolved in many ways, but gender roles are certainly not one of them; despite whatever the feminists might tell you.
Here at the top 20 qualities of a ‘real man’-are you one, or you disagree with the criteria? (more…)
Seems riots and public disorder are the rage these days, as everywhere you look another one erupts in our dear old Ghana.
Our Senior High School students are getting in on the act too, as this incident follows on the heels of the one at St Paul’s in Denu; where the students rioted because they weren’t allowed to lynch colleagues they had accused of homosexuality.
Citifmonline reports of a riot at Tuna Senior High Technical School, which occurred after students, were unhappy due to a treatment meted out to a female student by a teacher.
Apparently the teacher was unhappy about the dress the lady had worn to prep- he deemed it too inappropriate. So he asked her to strip down, which she did in the presence of all her colleagues. (more…)
Setbacks, disappointments, mistakes and failures are part of life. Each and every one of us will go through these at some point in our lives (unless you’re superman/woman). Most of the time, there’s not much we can do to control the challenges we come up against even though we try to prevent some inevitable hiccups.
Some people are very (or naturally) resilient in the face of adversity and others are not. We all have different ways of dealing with disappointments and setbacks plus the ‘timeframe’ we take to heal. How we react to or deal with our failures and disappointments is what really counts
I know people who bounce through life, enduring setbacks and never allow their setbacks to shake them and what I noticed with these people is their upbringing and the environment in which they grew up coupled with surviving past difficult times influenced their resilience. They are ‘hardies’ and are very open to change and interpret any stressful experience as a normal part of life. They approach life with optimism and find meaning even in negative experiences.
Unfortunately, some people don’t have the art of bouncing back and standing on their feet. They need to go through healing process and cleaning up by talking and more talking (without any action) and expect things to fall into place for them or for someone else to clean their mess for them. They find it very difficult to dust themselves off after a fall – even if they caused the fall themselves. (more…)
You can subscribe to Ghanacelebrities.com by e-mail address to receive news and upates directly in your inbox. Simply enter your e-mail below and click Sign Up!