Meet GC’s New Team Member-Nana Ama Baffour…

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Hey GC Readers,

As you may be aware, GC is growing extremely fast…it is 3 years since I launched this blog… Growth is always good but then the workload becomes unbearable for one or two persons to ONLY carry…

Currently we are running on 6 Member team- Ebenezer Anangfio, Gossip Mama, Sassy Chic, Obour Amankwa, Regina Sackey  and myself…Even though we have several Guest Contributors chipping in help here and there, our growth means we have to add more reliable hands to the job…

I am excited to say we have had two beautiful young entertaining women (in Ghana and NY) joining the GC bloggers family…Below is a bit of info and photos of one of them… This is to introduce her to you guys…She is fun and exciting so show her the love and hate you have shown me and the rest of the team…. 🙂

If you think you got what it takes to join our team, click here for more info

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Dear Readers!

So I decided to professionally venture into the world of blogging. I’m not insinuating that blogging is new to me but I was doing it in the comfort of my social network profile without a care in the world. This time around, I’m opening myself up for judgments, critique and vulnerability to the outside world. I MUST say I’m pretty excited about this journey that I’m about to embark on. I’m open to any constructive criticism that will help me grow as a person pursuing this adventure.

Geez! I’m going on and on without introducing myself. I’m Francisca Baffour but I’d like to be called Nana Ama Baffour as I would like to be known as lately. I’ve been residing in NY for over a decade now. Carving a niche for myself on Ghana Celebrities is my ultimate goal and hopefully my beautiful audience will play a huge part in this.

I’m yet to find my ultimate interest in respect to what I’ll narrow down my posts down to, but for starters, my strengths are fashion, lifestyle, health and as a woman Gossip can’t be left out.

Did I mention how super excited I’m? I’m looking forward to this! Thanks guys for giving me this opportunity to express myself via this website. This is an amazing learning opportunity…

I am officially a GC’ family member now…Here I am in photos. Accept me as a sister from another mother and let’s get this going as a family… 🙂

Yours truly,

Nana Ama Baffour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri is the Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com , a Film Critic and a Human Rights Advocate; he holds 2 masters degrees in Law; International Human Rights Law (LL.M) and Legal Practice Course (LL.M) from University of Leicester and Nottingham Law School--and also a degree in Law (LL.B) from University of East London. He's a Professional Truth Sayer and he is the author of the popular eBook “Success is a Right, Not A Privilege.” He currently works at Adukus Solicitors in London--where he uses his legal brains to kick real ass, for the good of clients and humanity. Contact: [email protected]

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  1. hope u ready 4 d witz and funz of doing dis…chris should let u go through d #if ghanaians are ready ta be celebrities# article…sure dat will help b4 u make dis resolution. welcome anyways!

  2. Nice to meet you pretty.. You got me excited about growing my hair natural.. You welcome dear. Fasten your seat belt cos it’s gonna be a bumpy ride…lol.

    1. hey naa!! glad i elicited the desire in you to go natural. btw, it can be a pain in the butt but i love the overall effect! BUMPY RIDE?? HMMMM??? BOY HAVE I BEEN IN A BUMPY RIDE OR TWO. looking forward to the challenges tho. MUCHO GRACIAS MAMI!!

    1. hmmmm?? wouldn’t consider myself a talkative but more of a conversationalist. personally, i consider talkatives noisy but conversationalists have more depth when they talk, mostly, lol. like you too…

  3. plas nana ama i need som help from u..i went natural for a year but coudnt take it anylonger so i cut them since i have da most dryest nd hardest hair..a typical ghanain hair nd it very hard finding product dat will soften ma hair a bit.out of frustration i gave up…im starting it again nd pls i need help in da product finding.any suggestions or recomandation or hep?least i forget i live in germany nd it really hard to get any product here for natural hair…from ghana afroshops to carribeans shops no product for da natural sisters.im really frustrated rite now.sry 4 da long sermon.

    1. trust and believe it’s not a smooth ride to maintain natural hair, especially textures like mine and yours (just gathered from the description of your hair), it can be a drag. i usually use coconut oil and olive oil (not the one meant for cooking even tho others use them for their hair).
      also, after trying a few shampoos and conditioners, what really worked for me is dove. it softens the texture and makes it more manageable. hopefully it would work for you as well. let me know how it goes.

      1. @nana ama, thanks for the tip. Since I cut my hair about a month ago, which ever pomade I use on it doesn’t make it soft of shiny, it’s always dry.. I’ll try the coconut oil and dove shampoo. Thanks @inchristalone for asking this question.

    1. i’m thinking i’ve a POTTY FETISH! LOL. just thinking outside the box. someone has got to glamorize the potty since it’s been stigamized for way to long.:-)