Sarkodie Reveals One Of The Few People Who Can Get Him To Smile And It Is NOT Even Tracy

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The world must be coming to an end! READ ALSO: VIDEO: Ghana Revenue Authority Fire Outbreak–the NPP Government or Someone Behind It? Several Ghanaians Seem to Think So! We can literally count the number of times we have seen Sarkodie expressed anything that looks like a hearty smile. All the times we have seen his … Read more

Actress Nana Ama McBrown Has Been Thrown Back- The Lord Is Good!

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If you are looking for motivation today, look no more because this picture of actress Nana Ama Mcbrown and Dentaa is everything to get you inspired. READ ALSO: Lovely Family — Check Out Rashida The Black Beauty And Kushmai Flaunting Their Baby We have all not been the way we are now from infancy. We … Read more

Abeiku Santana Trolled On Facebook For Claiming He Founded TroTro Diaries

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Popular TV and radio presenter, Abeiku Santana’s claim, that he founded TroTro Diaries has been debunked and mocked on Facebook.
Yaw Odoom, the true Founder of TroTro Diaries seems to be discontented with claims by famous radio and TV personality, Abeiku Santana, that he founded the popular Facebook community for sharing experiences in Ghana’s popular public transport system.

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Asamoah Gyan Congratulates Dentaa On Receipt Of MBE

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Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has extended his congratulations to actress and entrepreuner Dentaa following her receipt of an MBE (Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE).
Dentaa was announced as an honouree back in June when the list came out as part of the Queen’s birthday celebration – chosen for her efforts bolstering UK-African relations in the diaspora, via her work with GUBA, which she founded in 2009.

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Dentaa Bestowed With MBE For Her Work Improving UK-African Relations

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Founder of the Ghana-UK Based Achievement Awards (GUBA), Dentaa Amoateng, has been honoured by Queen Elizabeth II as part of her birthday honour.
Known professionally as Dentaa,, the Ghanaian received a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE), for her efforts bolstering UK-African relations in the diaspora, via her work with GUBA, which she founded in 2009.

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FIFA Boss Joseph Sepp Blatter Praises Dentaa

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FIFA Boss-Joseph Sepp Blatter And Dentaa

FIFA president, Joseph Sepp Blatter on Wednesday, June 6, 2012 commended World Award winning enterprenuer, Dentaa and Shaun Campbell, founder of the Arthur Wharton Foundation, at FIFA’s headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland.
Mr Blatter was full of praise for Dentaa and Campbell for their efforts at making the Arthur Wharton Foundation a success.
Earlier, on behalf of the Foundation, Dentaa presented the statute of Arthur Wharton, the first black Professional footballer, to Mr. Blatter, so that it could be erected at the FIFA headquarters in remembrance.
After the presentation Dentaa said “I am thrilled to present this statue. Arthur Wharton was a Trailblazer. His ambition has led to many black players being around today. We are seeing the result of his footsteps, a multicultural game now exists thanks to the likes of Arthur Wharton; and soccer
and the world are better because of it.”
Twitter lit up on Tuesday when news of the presentation broke with Sepp Blatter tweeting about it…
In the coming months and years, visitors to the Home of FIFA in Zurich may notice a bronze statue of a goalkeeper on display and wonder who it is. Those with a keener eye may have seen the same at The FA’s Headquarters at Wembley Stadium and UEFA’s base in Nyon. Those statues are a tribute to the legacy of Arthur Wharton, the world’s first black professional footballer.

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GUBA Founder-Dentaa Named In 2011 Future 100 Young Social Entrepreneurs

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Dentaa, founder and Managing Director of Speak To Dentaa, and founder of Ghana UK Based Achievement (GUBA) Awards is announced as one of the Future 100 Young Social Entrepreneurs of the Year on Social Enterprise Day during Global Entrepreneurship Week 2011.

Global Entrepreneurship Week is a worldwide movement of entrepreneurial people, with millions unleashing their enterprising talents and turning their ideas into reality

It began as Enterprise Week in the UK back in 2004. When news of the phenomenal success of Enterprise Week in the UK spread the globe, lots of other countries got excited about the potential of running similar initiatives in their own countries. Since its inception, Global Entrepreneurship Week has spread to 115 countries, with nearly 24,000 organisations planning more than 37,000 activities.

The Future 100 Awards were first launched in 2008 to recognise and profile young entrepreneurs running businesses, which have a triple bottom line. The definition of a triple bottom line, is a business that addresses people, planet and profit. They have a strong commercial foundation as well as a significant social and environmental impact.

The Future 100 Awards recognises the success of young entrepreneurs aged 18-35 who demonstrate entrepreneurial flair and innovation in progressing a responsible business venture.

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