I have gone through almost all the numerous and various beautiful and not so good pictures that have surfaced online about last Saturdays Glitz Style Awards and conspicuously missing is Gambian Ghanaian actress and model Princess Shyngle. This is quite and overly strange to me. Why?
This is so because there are not so many celebrities in Ghana that love media attention more than Princess Shyngle. Princess will do anything or basically say anything to drive attention to herself. She doesn’t give a damn whether the attention is positive or negative. The only thing she is concerned about is being in the news.
Dancehall star Stonebwoy, who has been locked in an eternal battle with his rival Shatta Wale over who runs the genre in Ghana, has another feather in his cap with an upcoming Gambian gig.
Stonebwoy has been tapped to appear at a concert at Gambia’s Independence Stadium in Bakau, scheduled for the 13th of May.
Gambian President Adama Barrow met the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in the flagstaff house earlier today.
The meeting was to deepen bilateral relations between the two nations which has recently been strengthened.
Ex-President of Gambia, Yahya Jammeh who went into hiding after booted out of office has found solace in farming as his new career.
The 51-year-old former military ruler has been spotted in a farmland going about some farming duties via photos shared by Africafeeds.com
The 22 years military ruler of The Gambia who reluctantly agreed to step down for Adama Barrow after a controversial election, Yahya Jammeh, is said to have left the country with some compensating goodies for himself.
Africa Facts Zone posted pictures of Jammeh leaving The Gambia with some of his teary supporters bidding him farewell reportedly in a red carpet style.
Adama Barrow who won the controversial Gambia Presidential election against the incumbent military ruler, Yahya Jammeh has been sworn in the Gambia President, with a UN backing. SEE ALSO: Photos Of New Home For Obama As He Parks Out From Whitehouse. BBC reported that he took the oath of office at the Gambian Embassy in … Read more
The Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA), Africa’s most prestigious awards for filmmakers, receives 328 entries from across Africa, up from 220 in 2011. Nomination night is 17 March 2012 in Banjul, Gambia.
The Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA), the continent’s most prestigious awards for filmmakers, has received 328 entries from across Africa, up from 220 in 2011. This includes 134 feature films, 88 short films, 57 documentaries and six animations. 43 entries came from Africans in the Diaspora, with the other entries coming from 23 countries across the continent, including Ghana.
Dr. Asantewa Olantunji, Director Of Programming of The Pan African Film Festival, headed this year’s jury, which included June Giavanni, programmer for Planet Africa At The Toronto International Film Festival; Keith Shiri, Founder and Film Curator at the London Festival, Africa at The Pictures; Dorothee Wenner, a curator at The Berlin Film Festival; Shaibu Husseini, an actor, dancer and The Nigerian Guardian arts journalist; Steve Ayorinde, editor-in-chief of The Daily Mirror; Ayoko Babu, Executive Director of The Pan African Film Festival; Dr. Hyginus Ekwuazi, a film scholar and critic; and directors Berni Goldblat and John Akomfrah, OBE.