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Showing posts from January 29, 2019

Video: Taraji P. Henson gets Emotional While Receiving Hollywood Star

“Empire” star Taraji P. Henson received her Hollywood Walk of Fame star on Monday in an emotional ceremony that brought the actress to tears.

UK TV Personality and former glamour model Katie Price wants to adopt a Nigerian orphan

British TV Personality and former glamour model, Katie Price is set to adopt a Nigerian orphan, a move which has reportedly left her exes Peter Andre and Kieran Hayler 'shocked.'

EOCO Secures Order To Freeze Assets Of Menzgold, Zylofon And Related Companies

In a press release signed by the Head of Public Affairs at EOCO, Jacqueline Avotri, the court order for the freezing of properties and assets of Menzgold Ghana Limited includes that of associated companies affiliated to the embattled Menzgold CEO.

Adorable 4-year-old drummer wows the internet with his moves

A video of the pint-sized Justin beating the drums has had over 5 million views on Twitter in the two days since the video was posted.

Cynthia Quarcoo joins GUBA Advisory Board

The Founder and Managing Partner of CQ Legal and Consulting- Ms Cynthia Quarcoo – has joined the prestigious GUBA Advisory Board.  The GUBA Advisory board is a body consisting of prominent and experienced individuals who advise on the proceedings, legal, progressive growth, format and general management of the organization.

AFRIMA Mourns Zimbabwe Afro-jazz Star, Oliver Mtukudzi

The International Committee of the All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA, joins the African and global music community to mourn the death of African music legend Dr. Oliver ‘Tuku’ Mtukudzi, who died on Wednesday, January 23, 2018, aged 66 in Harare, Zimbabwe.

FBI investigating R Kelly for flying a minor across states

R Kelly is reportedly being investigated by the FBI over a claim the singer committed a federal crime by arranging transportation to fly an underage girl across state lines in 2015.

Renault Considers Establishing Assembly Plant In Ghana

French multinational automobile manufacturer, Renault, is considering the establishment of an automobile assembly plant in Ghana, following in the footsteps of Volkswagen, Nissan and Sinotruk who will, this year, establish assembly plants in Ghana.