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VIDEO: Tourism Minister, Catherine Afeku Jams To Stonebwoy's “Top Skanta” On Stage During Kundum Festival

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Tourism Minister, Catherine Afeku

What is more fun and entertaining than being a Minister of Tourism and being thrilled with songs from some of Ghana’s top Dancehall artists?
A video has been sighted on social media in which the Minister of Tourism, Madam Catherine Ablema Akefu happily jamming to Stonebwoy’s recently released single track titled, “Top Skanta”.

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VIDEO: Tourism Minister, Catherine Afeku Jams To Stonebwoy’s “Top Skanta” On Stage During Kundum Festival

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Tourism Minister, Catherine Afeku

What is more fun and entertaining than being a Minister of Tourism and being thrilled with songs from some of Ghana’s top Dancehall artists?

A video has been sighted on social media in which the Minister of Tourism, Madam Catherine Ablema Akefu happily jamming to Stonebwoy’s recently released single track titled, “Top Skanta”.

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PHOTOS: Checkout Some Of The Unseen Beautiful Images From The 2018 'Chale Wote' Festival

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ChaleWote Festival

The ‘Chale Wote’ Street Art Festival, which is gradually becoming one of the largest street festivals in Ghana, went down in Accra over the weekend and like the previous years, that of this year was very massive and impressive.
The festival is typically held in the third week of August each year, to commemorate the Homowo festival brings thousands of people from within and outside of Ghana to celebrate the country’s arts and culture.

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“Pay Attention To Folklore” — Bob Smith Jnr aka "Diabolo Man" To Ghanaian Movie Producers

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Veteran Ghanaian actor, born Bob Smith Junior, popularly known as “Diabolo Man” has said Ghanaian movie producers should concentrate on folklore.
According to the “Mama Mia” actor, he believes going back to our traditional ways of telling stories will help shape the status of the dying movie industry.

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LIVE UPDATE: Ebony Reigns To Be Buried On March 17, 2018

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Late Ghanaian dancehall diva, Ebony Reigns who died in a fatal accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi highway will be buried on Saturday, March 17, 2018, according to the bereaved family.
The date for Ebony’s final funeral rite was announced at the St Martins De Porres school at Dansoman, Accra where her one-week celebration is currently taking place.

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