Ghana’s Rap star, Sarkodie has launched a fashion label and boutique –‘Sark Collection’ – in Accra, Ghana.
fashion label features an elaborate set of unique designed T-Shirts,
belts, bracelets, jackets, baseball caps and lots more. More money asides music…
solidarity, two of our celebs, M.I & Tiwa Savage went
all the way to Sarkodie’s boutique to shop, see photos of their shopping spree below:
Photo credit: Sarkodie Instagram
This is so sad - losing your beloved ones on your supposed day of joy!
One of Babcock's best graduating student, Margaret Okwuikpo, lost eight
members of her family in a horrific auto accident on Friday May 31st in
Port Harcourt. Margaret's father, grandmother, sisters, brothers and a
cousin were on their way to her graduation ceremony, which was to take
place on Sunday June 2nd, when the commercial bus they were traveling in
Margaret's mum, brother-in-law and two other people survived the accident and are being treated in the hospital. It is well with them...
He is less than 18 but his performance superceded that of some adults that auditioned for the Glo X factor.
Unlike some of the performances that got us cracked up, this young Ghanian did something to us - we were touched.
His special rendition of Whitney Houston's "I look to you" was mind blowing!
M.I described his performance as "the most amazing voice he has heard
in a long while" while Onyeka Onwenu who couldn't hold back her tears,
embraced him and described the performance as symbolic.
Even though he was considered to young (LESS THAN 18) for the
competition, his performance is something that the Glo X factor judges
wouldn't be forgetting in a long while.
The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has reacted to media reports on its Govenor, Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, claiming that he recruited his alleged girlfriend/mistress, Mrs Maryam Yaro, into the institution based on the romantic relationship between them.
attention has been drawn to the libelous story posted on your website on 2nd
June, 2013, on the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), and which has
now been circulated by other online websites and blogging groups.
“The post was full of fabrication and inaccuracies. Ordinarily this would have
been best ignored. We are however constrained to write to you on account...