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Showing posts from November 4, 2017

Top model, Victoria Michaels stuns is editorial shoot to celebrate her birthday

Super model Victoria Michaels stuns in this beyond the edge editorial photo shoot as she celebrates her birthday on November 4.
Most people see her as a fashion icon, red carpet diva, celebrity, model, influencer, multiple brand ambassador etc.

Ghanaian player who signed for Real Madrid now a kit man

Fuenlabrada, in the Spanish third tier, have in their ranks an ex-footballer who enjoyed a rollercoaster career. Babe Sule was at one stage one of the sensations of Ghanaian football, he won a World Cup and even signed for Real Madrid.

The story of Baba Sule is touching at the same time as being successful, but also full of challenges. The former Ghanaian footballer had to overcome injuries which caused him to hang up his boots in 2006.

Cassper Nyovest’s Historic Road To Fill Up FNB Stadium Begins

Multi-award winning South African artist and entrepreneur, Refiloe Maele Phoolo, professionally known as Cassper Nyovest, officially begins his countdown to his historic road to Fill Up FNB Stadium in just under a month.

The third and most momentous of Cassper Nyovest’s Fill Up series will take place on Saturday, 2 December 2017 at the iconic FNB Stadium in Soweto.

Lebanese Prime Minister resigns, says his life is in danger

Lebanese prime minister, Saad al-Hariri resigned this morning in a televised broadcast, saying he feared a plot to target his life and criticizing Iran and its Lebanese ally Hezbollah.

In the live telecast he said, “We are living in a climate similar to the atmosphere that prevailed before the assassination of (his father the late prime minister) martyr Rafik al-Hariri. I have sensed what is being plotted covertly to target my life”.

The powerful speech that got Nigerian entrepreneur, Adebola Williams a standing ovation from Barack Obama

The Obama Foundation Summit was a gathering of the world's most thoughtful and passionate civic leaders.
From October 31st to November 1st, change agents from all walks of life gathered in Chicago to discuss ways to make more meaningful impact in their local communities.

Govt Sends Major Mahama’s Wife On Foreign Mission

Barbara Mahama, wife of the slain Ghanaian young military commander, has been offered a job to work with one of Ghana’s foreign missions.
The Defense Minister Dominic Nitiwul, who made the disclosure, said the move is to help the widow and her children deal with the trauma.

Police arrest suspect behind Accra Mall terror attack hoax

The Police have arrested a man believed to have masterminded a false terrorist attack on Accra Mall few weeks ago.

The suspect whose name is yet to be made public, published a hoax on social media claiming dozens had died in an apparent terrorist attack on Accra Mall.

Watch: Grace Jones says she was sexually harassed during casting for first big film

Musician, actress and model Grace Jones has revealed she was sexually harassed when she landed her first big acting role. 
Speaking to CNN's Christiane Amanpour on Thursday, Jones said the unnamed producer on the Ossie Davis-directed film asked her to bring her portfolio to his house so that he could make a final call on her casting.

Watch: Juliet Ibrahim and boyfriend Iceberg Slim kiss on live TV

Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim and her new boyfriend, Iceberg Slim are deeply in love!

The two couldn’t turn down a request to show the world their love by kissing when the opportunity was handed to them by Joy News anchor Gifty Andoh-Appiah.

“We don’t see color in my home” – Kim Kardashian apologises for Aaliyah Halloween Costume

Kim Kardashian West is apologising to whoever is offended by her Aaliyah Halloween costume.
Kardashian West had, as one of her costumes for the 2017 Halloween, dressed as the late RnB icon, a move that elicited criticism from people on social media, who described it as offensive.

Red Cross apologise for losing $5m of Ebola funds to fraud

The Red Cross has confirmed that more than $5m (£3.8m) of aid money was lost to fraud and corruption during the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. 
Auditors found overpriced supplies, salaries for non-existent aid workers and fake customs bills. 
The disease, which raged between 2014 and 2016, claimed at least 10,000 lives.

United States launches first airstrike against ISIS in Somalia

The United States command in African issued a statement today saying it conducted two separate airstrikes targeting ISIS militants in northeastern Somalia for the first time.

While the results of the strikes are still being assessed, Africa Command said "several" terrorists were killed with the strikes carried out by an unmanned drone.

Samantha Reho, a spokesperson for Africa Command said "US forces will continue to use all authorized and appropriate measures to protect Americans and to disable terrorist threats,"

That includes partnering with the African Union Mission in Somalia and Somali National Security Forces, "targeting terrorists, their training camps and safe havens throughout Somalia, the region and around the world."

The strikes mark the first time the US has targeted ISIS in a country in the Horn of Africa that has been beset by violence and a barely functioning central government for years. It also comes the same day President Donald Trump told …

Cristiano Ronaldo picks up another award, crowned the IFFHS world’s best goalscorer for 2016

Cristiano Ronaldo has raked in another trophy to his collection after being crowned the IFFHS world's best goalscorer for 2016. The IFFHS (International Federation of Football History & Statistics) presented the trophy to the Real Madrid forward for his impressive goalscoring record in 2016.

IMF warns gov’t over high expenditure projects

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has expressed worry over the high expenditure programs being pursued by the government.
According to the fund, even though the Akufo-Addo government promised to save money, the nature of the projects it is embarking on makes it difficult to live up to the promise.