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Showing posts from April 27, 2018

(Video): Woman gets shot on livestream during a fight

A South Florida woman was shot at by another woman during a fight that broke out outside of a convenience store on Monday.

Kenya bans lesbian love story film 'Rafiki'

Kenyan authorities have banned a film that tells the love story of two women and is set to debut at Cannes Film Festival next month, saying it promotes lesbianism.

Photos: Ghanaian Rapper Yaa Pono marries his sweetheart

Tema based rapper, Solomon Adu Antwi, popularly known as Yaa Pono, has finally tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend with whom he has a beautiful daughter in a colorful ceremony. 

Cardi B’s former manager suing her for $10 Million

Cardi B ‘s former manager  Klenord “Shaft” Raphael is suing her up to the tune of $10 million, Variety reports.

Nigerian senator's PhD exposed as fake

Nigeria's university commission has dismissed a senator's PhD certificate as invalid, saying the institution where he claims to have earned it is in fact an "illegal university".

E.L Headlining At WatsUp TV "Le Concert Planet " Also Performing Iba One, Epixode & Floby In Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Leading Ghanaian musicians Elom Adablah, better known by his stage name E.L & Theophilus Nii Arday Otoo known in showbiz circles as Epixode are expected to join scores of African musicians including Iba One from Mali & Floby from Burkina Faso to perform at the upcoming "Le Concert Planet" hosted by leading pan-African TV channel WatsUp TV in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso .

Andres Iniesta confirms departure from Barcelona at the end of this season

Andres Iniesta has confirmed that he will leave Barcelona at the end of the season having defined an era at Camp Nou alongside the likes of Lionel Messi and Xavi  ending a career-long association with the LaLiga giants. Iniesta signed a " lifetime " contract with Barca last October but speculation has mounted over recent weeks regarding the 33-year-old midfielder's future and a mooted move to the Chinese Super League.

The Royal Baby gets a name – Prince Louis Arthur Charles

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge  Prince William and  Kate have announced the name of their new son –  Louis Arthur Charles.

This video of Kim Jong Un driving off and his 12 bodyguards running beside the vehicle is the best thing you'll see on the internet today

This video shows North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un being driven away from the early session of his summit with South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his 12 bodyguards are seen running beside the vehicle.

Annie~Joy writes: What Are You Impatient For? Part 2 #BeInspired!

Still looking through my microscope, I can see how the youth are yearning for fame and the curiosity to try new things such as sex, popularity, awards etc.

Mother and son arrested for inflicting razor wounds on twin sisters

One of the victims with the razor wounds A mother and her son have been arrested for allegedly inflicting razor wounds on a set of twins, who are also children to the woman, at Wa in the Upper West region.

Technology Meets Music at AfroMusicon Accra

In the next few weeks, EchoHouse Ghana in partnership with Innova DDB and Pulse Creatives is hosting Ghana’s first ever music conference. The conference and music festival is themed “The Business of Music”. It will focus on how musicians can use existing platforms and opportunities and capitalize on them to make money from their craft

Yvonne Okoro, Nana Ama McBrown & Joselyn Dumas cover Glitz Africa Magazine

Three of the leading ladies in film in Ghana ; Yvonne Okoro, Nana Ama McBrown and  Joselyn Dumas  cover Glitz Africa Magazine’s latest issue.

Nigeria 'baby factory' raided in Lagos

More than 160 children have been rescued from a "baby factory" and two unregistered orphanages in Nigeria's main city, Lagos, an official has said. 

Despite the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook makes $3Billion profit in 3-months

Facebook’s quarterly sales rose by over $3 billion despite the privacy breaching scandal. The company said that revenues rose to $11.9bn in the first three months of the year, compared to $8bn previously.

Photos from the historic meeting between North and South Korean Presidents

Leaders of the two Koreas made their way to the heavily fortified demilitarized zone between the countries early on Friday, seeking to end their decades-long conflict and ease tensions over the North’s nuclear weapons program.