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Miss Ghana visits Sodom and Gomorrah

Miss Ghana 2010, Stephanie Karikari in a show of solidarity and support for mankind spent part of the holiday season with children and supervisors of a dilapidated Day Care Centre in the slums of ‘Sodom and Gomorrah’ in Accra. The initiative, jointly made possible by the management of television network e.tv Ghana and Media Whizz […]

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Miss Ghana 2010, Stephanie Karikari in a show of solidarity and support for mankind spent part of the holiday season with children and supervisors of a dilapidated Day Care Centre in the slums of ‘Sodom and Gomorrah’ in Accra.

The initiative, jointly made possible by the management of television network e.tv Ghana and Media Whizz Kids, organizers of the Miss Ghana beauty pageant competition, was to afford the 18 year old an opportunity to put smiles on the faces of the children and their adopted mothers, all in the spirit of the festive season.

Stephanie, through the help of well meaning individuals and corporate bodies, donated hampers to each of the children as well as their mothers and also took note of some of their concerns.

The Day Care Centre, one of many dotted all over the slum, can best be described as a sad story. Operating from a virtually no-ventilated single room with a make-shift kitchen, some hundred and over children are on daily basis taken through the sordid experience of sitting through the heat, sleeping on bare floors, some almost naked with no clothing on and just about anything inhumane.

Mostly children of female head porters otherwise known as “Kayayei”, the students, aged between 1 ½ to 10 years, are left in the care of these mothers, who time and again have proved how overwhelming the task of taking care of these children and its associated health and environmental challenges can be.

A visibly crestfallen Stephanie, who at a point couldn’t hold back her tears, told the mothers of the facility that she, together with well-meaning Ghanaians will ensure that the Centre gets the needed facelift, promising to start some works early this year. The mothers in turn, thanked her for the gesture and promised to put to good use the items donated.

The Sodom and Gomorrah Christmas outreach programme is one of many embarked upon by Stephanie since she was crowned Miss Ghana 2010 some three months ago. The very witty and down-to-earth lady has through her various public engagements, continues to put smiles on the faces of the poor and dejected in Society.

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Greater Accra Regional Minister pledges 1,500 cedis of his parliamentary salary to actor TT

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The Greater Accra Regional Minister, Hon. Henry Quartey has extended a generous offer to veteran actor,  TT after news of his financial struggles went viral. (more…)

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Oduma Essan sings for African ladies on ‘Bigi Bigi’ single

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Picking up at a fast pace in the music scene is the Ghana-based Nigerian crooner, Oduma Essan who has just served fans with the hottest tune dubbed, Bigi Bigi.

Talk of an unmatched enthusiasm and an eye for excellence and quality and Oduma’s name pops up effortlessly as evidenced by the crisp visuals, hot models, scenic environment, top notch graphics and overall breathtaking creativity that went into the production of his latest audiovisual.

Directed by Yaw Skyface, visuals for Bigi Bigi exudes the taste and lyrical structure that the single expresses as it talks of all the captivating features that women have been blessed with.

Produced under the auspices of BNS Records, the Afrobeat juice is just the right liquid fuel you need to fire up that cozy intimate time with the gyal dem!

This is just the start for many more professional projects, live performances, artistic sightings, lyrical flows and wholesome dopeness from the camp of the latest Afrobeat sensation.

Oduma Essan has worked with Joey B, Zlatan, Peruzzi, and Orezi on previous tracks released.

With the circulating conversation of how we need to step our game in the music industry as artistes and industry players and the need for us to invest in our music videos, Oduma is here to be a paragon of ideal musicianship.

 

Stream now across all digital streaming platforms here! – https://songwhip.com/odumaessan/bigi-bigi

Get interactive with Oduma across his socials below:

IG – https://instagram.com/odumaessan

TWITTER – https://twitter.com/odumaessan

FACEBOOK – https://www.facebook.com/odumaessan

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Rev Owusu Bempah granted bail

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Reverend Isaac Owusu Bempah, Founder and Leader of the Glorious Word Power Ministries, has been granted bail. (more…)

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Prolific writer and corporate emcee, Paa Kwesi Schandorf joyfully parts ways with TV Africa

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A seasoned writer and speaker, Derrick Schandorf Ayirebi-Acquah, popularly known as ‘Paa Kwesi Schandorf’ has parted ways with TV Africa, after over a year of working with the Accra based television station. (more…)

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Delay expresses interest to interview King Promise as he spills music industry secrets

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On September 14, Ghanaian musician, King Promise made several tweets suggesting that there were a lot of loopholes and nasty secrets in the music industry. (more…)

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“So much fuckery”- King Promise wants to spill the beans on the state of the music industry

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Following the many complaints by some industry folks about the state of the music scene in the country, Ghanaian musician King Promise has added his voice to the tall list. (more…)

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