Kumawood star and comic actor Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin has a massive honour coming up in his future as the United Nations has slated him to win an award.
Alongside other Ghanaian personalities and a host of ambassadors, Lilwin is to receive the Excellent Sustainable Development award from the UN.
The issue of homosexuality has made it back into the news after UK Prime Minister, Theresa May offered to help African countries including Ghana to decriminalize it. Theresa May earlier this week blamed colonialism for turning Africans against homosexuality and ventured to help in correcting the mess they created by making Africans believe it was … Read more
Every week there’s a new topic that Ghanaians are fussing over. If Moesha is not making headlines with her legendary intellect, Patapaa is getting arrested by the fashion police for his “killer” suit at the VGMAs. Or wannabe gangsta 419 Shatta Wale is privately receiving slaps from his baby mama at home while publicly claiming … Read more
Ghanaian Hiplife musician, Denning Edem Hotor aka Edem has shockingly revealed that he has been keeping Marijuana/’weed’ called ‘wee’ in the local parlance in his house.
The ‘Mighty Jesus’ hitmaker disclosed that he has never smoked Marijuana/’wee’ before but he keeps the banned substance in his home to entertain his friends who visit him.
The Israeli embassy in Ghana has warned us not to repeat the mistake made in voting for the UN resolution condemning the United States recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
In a statement released by the embassy, the UN vote is condemned and Ghana warned not to repeat such a vote in subsequent motions.
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.
The United Nations has invited the Chiropractic and Wellness Centre (CWC) in Ghana to partake in this year’s UN World Autism Day, which falls on Monday, April 2.
The decision was as result of the centre’s past and recent activities in giving attention to autistic patients and also forging a good relationship between people with neurological disorders and influential celebrities in Ghana’s entertainment industry.
On Monday, April 2, the Chiropractic and Wellness Centre’s Dr. Marcus Manns will join UN officials at a special UN World Autism Day event at New Horizon School at Cantonment to give a talk on autism and chiropractic treatment.