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Young people in their 20s in a sector I supervise over will kill and sell their souls to buy a Range, Benz- Juliet Asante

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The Chief Executive Officer of the National Film Authority, and the board chair of the National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI), Juliet Asante, has bemoaned the fast lives young people of today are in a rush

According to the actress, she has had the privilege to mentor some youth in her sector and all they ever think about and aspire to is to buy luxury cars.

In a post on her LinkedIn page, Juliet shared her experience in the acting industry and added that although she is a CEO and has other major positions in different outfits, she’s yet to acquire a “Range Rover.”

“I have lived for 46 years on this planet so far… this trip…I have worked in my sector for 29 of those years… I think? (I started early). I have a masters, gotten from a very good school… maybe some day when I have space, I will do more…I have done some and have plans to do more…I don’t have a Range Rover or some sort car… for now, I DON’T EVEN HAVE A CAR! …And yet I hear I am a CEO and some other positions…And yet young people in their 20s in a sector I supervise over… will kill and sell their souls to buy a Range, Benz and whatever!” She wrote.

The award-winning actress also advised the youth to focus on the things that matter because when they die, their material possessions will not matter.

Yesterday I told a beautiful lady I mentor… see, 20 years ago, I was with people who thought 20 years ago was it… today nobody even remembers they ever existed…The journey is long… but in the end, the race is only with yourself. Don’t get it twisted… I hear all this noise around me… and it is all about who has the biggest car or something else…YOU KNOW THE TROUBLE AFRICA IS IN? You think when when i go it will be RIP juliet , your car was so so awesome,” she added.

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Africa’s First Global Music Festival, Vertical Rave to host Omah Lay, Bnxn, Ruger Major League DJz and more on December 17

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Vertical Rave to host Africas first global music festival

African Music stars are set to converge in Lagos for a redefining moment as the first-ever Vertical Rave Festival holds on the 17th of December 2022. Music fans and experiential seekers will enjoy the perfect blend of music and culture at this cross-generational event.

Music continues to take new turns in Africa, with investors coming into the industry with their resources. The Afrobeat and Amapiano music genres are currently dominating the music space globally, and Vertical Rave is set to promote the African tune and set the pace for new African stars to emerge.

The festival will treat its audiences to a musical spree, acoustic performances, and back-to-back live music on centre stage. The maiden event will showcase a massive lineup of artists, with other major artists reveal in the works.

The roster of artists comprises an exciting mix of the African music elite and some of the newer acts who have enjoyed success in 2022. Omah Lay, Bnxn, Made Kuti, Lojay, Ruger, Victony, Young John, Major League DJz.

Already earlybird tickets are being sold, and music lovers can get theirs at www.verticalrave.com 

Attendees will also be treated to unlimited fun with various festival activities, including exciting board and group games, beach soccer, skateboarding, fireworks, dance-offs, parties, giveaways, pop-up sales with Lagos’s finest vendors, luxurious festival merch and much more. The festival provides an excellent opportunity to unwind, engage and end the year on a high note, contributing to an unforgettable experience.

“VerticalRave Limited is a company on a mission to export African content and reintroduce the world to a new Africa through music,” said Yinka Ash, CEO of Vertical Rave Limited.

According to him, Vertical Rave seeks to create more space for young African talent by amplifying their voice on a global scale. He revealed that the festival would “showcase the largest group of inspiring international artists, creators, innovators and performers ever seen in Lagos at one time.”

“We feel blessed to have the opportunity to bring together such an eclectic program of performing artists and play a part in further boosting the confidence in our industry,” he added.

As the only major concert of this standard happening in Nigeria and Africa this December, Vertical Rave is making Lagos the go-to-destination for the Christmas festivities and Detty December activities. Fans can expect festival headliners to perform live with pristine sound, world-class lighting, immersive multi-sensory experiences, exotic cuisine and more.

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Beautiful photos from Rita Dominic’s white wedding

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After breaking the internet with her traditional wedding ceremony back in April, Nollywood actress, Rita Dominic is back with an elegant white wedding held in England. (more…)

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First look at Rita Dominic at her white wedding happening in England

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After breaking the internet with her traditional wedding ceremony back in April, Nollywood actress, Rita Dominic is gearing up for her white wedding. (more…)

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Rita Dominic arrives in England with her ‘best gals’ ahead of her white wedding on Saturday

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After breaking the internet with her traditional wedding ceremony back in April, Nollywood actress, Rita Dominic is gearing up for her white wedding. (more…)

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Juliet Bawuah wins Sports Journalist of the Year at the GJA Awards

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Juliet Bawuah wins Sports Journalist of the Year at the GJA Awards

TV3’s Juliet Bawuah was adjudged the Sports Journalist of the Year at the recently held Ghana Journalists Association Awards in Accra.

 

Juliet’s story titled ‘Rugby at the Beach: Young players take baby steps in Famous sport’ won her the coveted prize at the event, which is in its 26th year.

 

Set in Teshie and Nungua in Ghana’s capital, Accra, the story highlighted the plight of young Rugby players who go through visible challenges to learn a sport they have grown accustomed to.

 

Juliet’s story explored the lines between danger and passion and daring to dream.

 

The biggest award for Sports journalists in Ghana, the Sports Journalist of the Year adds to a stellar career pool of recognition for Juliet, who is one of the country’s most loved brands.

 

The 26th GJA Awards was held under the theme: ‘Walking the Path Towards Ghana’s Economic Recovery: The Role of the Media’.

 

A number of dignitaries including the US Ambassador to Ghana, Virginia E. Palmer and Justice of the Supreme Court (JSC) Yonny Kulendi were present at the event.

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I love only women romantically; for men, it’s all business- Kwabena Kwabena

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Ghanaian Highlife musician, Kwabena Kwabena has expressed his love for women on countless occasions in his songs, however, he loves them too in real life. (more…)

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