The Mega Hit Singer Who Successfully Reinvented Herself As A Corporate Guru — The Story Of Mimi

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Just about a decade ago Ghanaians were introduced to the sweet and bubbly singer Mimi Andani-Michaels, who was professionally known simply as Mimi.

Mimi first burst onto the scene as a reality tv star, appearing on the 2008 edition of Big Brother Africa, representing Ghana.

But she became a real household name later that year when she released her first single titled ‘Leave Me Alone’, which undoubtedly was one of the biggest hits of the year and cemented Mimi as a bona fide star.

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CHRIS-VINCENT Writes: Meet the Most Honest and Intelligent Ghanaian I've Ever Met-Godwin Nii-Armah

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Godwin Nii Armah

I have met a lot of intelligent Ghanaians in this world including my own shadow, but this man here, Godwin Nii-Armah (Nii Smiley Byte), is the most intelligent of them all.
The first time my sister met him, she said I am a recruiter for the devil—and that I have turned the poor guy into an atheist, just like me.
A few years ago I was introduced to Godwin online as an emerging writer, fresh out of Journalism School, looking for writing gigs. Today, I say, if anyone thinks I am intelligent, Godwin is a better-cloned version of me—with all inherent defects fixed.
When our path first crossed, I somewhat introduced him to a library of Ontological and Religious books. When I checked a few months later, he had consumed all the literature and his reasoning faculties had ignited, arguing brilliantly on all matters.
He is the guy who is like a walking library: from Cosmology to Music to Politics via Music, he knows it all.
I am intelligent, some say. But I have my own limits—this guy has no intellectual boundaries, and his intellectual honesty is beyond remarkable.
Before I started practising Law full time, I was worried about how my baby online Business, GhanaCelebrities.Com was going to perform—with myself focusing more on Law. And then I realised, a better mirror version of me existed.
Apart from the fact that Godwin’s work ethics are super admirable, his brilliance makes him an amazing writer. On comparison, I was writing gibberish at this age.
You do not meet a honest Ghanaian that easily. Dishonesty is an epidemic in Africa—yet he is honest, and he does not even consider that as anything special. He thinks humanity at default, ought to be like that.
I’ve told those in control that if I am ever not here and Godwin is around, and he desires, they should freely let him have GhanaCelebrities.Com, because he does it better than me even.
You teach him something once and that’s it!

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CHRIS-VINCENT Writes: Meet the Most Honest and Intelligent Ghanaian I’ve Ever Met-Godwin Nii-Armah

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Godwin Nii Armah

I have met a lot of intelligent Ghanaians in this world including my own shadow, but this man here, Godwin Nii-Armah (Nii Smiley Byte), is the most intelligent of them all.

The first time my sister met him, she said I am a recruiter for the devil—and that I have turned the poor guy into an atheist, just like me.

A few years ago I was introduced to Godwin online as an emerging writer, fresh out of Journalism School, looking for writing gigs. Today, I say, if anyone thinks I am intelligent, Godwin is a better-cloned version of me—with all inherent defects fixed.

When our path first crossed, I somewhat introduced him to a library of Ontological and Religious books. When I checked a few months later, he had consumed all the literature and his reasoning faculties had ignited, arguing brilliantly on all matters.

He is the guy who is like a walking library: from Cosmology to Music to Politics via Music, he knows it all.

I am intelligent, some say. But I have my own limits—this guy has no intellectual boundaries, and his intellectual honesty is beyond remarkable.

Before I started practising Law full time, I was worried about how my baby online Business, GhanaCelebrities.Com was going to perform—with myself focusing more on Law. And then I realised, a better mirror version of me existed.

Apart from the fact that Godwin’s work ethics are super admirable, his brilliance makes him an amazing writer. On comparison, I was writing gibberish at this age.

You do not meet a honest Ghanaian that easily. Dishonesty is an epidemic in Africa—yet he is honest, and he does not even consider that as anything special. He thinks humanity at default, ought to be like that.

I’ve told those in control that if I am ever not here and Godwin is around, and he desires, they should freely let him have GhanaCelebrities.Com, because he does it better than me even.

You teach him something once and that’s it!

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Nana Appiah Mensah: A 21st Century Young Bourgeoisie Empowering the Proletarians—A Look at the Man Whose Name Commands Riches

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Nana Appiah Mensah

The most important quality that any successful leader ought to possess is one that people often overlook, because they all too often concentrate on the wrong qualities, which is one of the reasons Africa remains mired in trouble because we go about choosing our leaders all wrong.
The most important quality a leader needs is not charisma, which is vastly overrated, nor is it even the ability to fire people up, although that is very important — the most crucial quality of all successful leaders throughout history, without fail, has always been vision.

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Giving Lawyer Sandra Ankobiah Her Due — The Sharp Brain All Too Often Obscured By A Beautiful Facade

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Sandra Ankobiah, Esq

In a materially obsessed society like ours in which too much premium is placed on appearance ahead of everything else, it is easy to miss the celebrities truly deserving of our attention, adoration and endless admiration.
The old cliche is about a beauty with brains being the ideal woman but we live in a world where beauty has been elevated about near everything else, with the willing complicity of social media which has turned photo taking into an art form for even the most ordinary among us and elevated ‘likes’ above all else.

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