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Ghana Is A Place Of Safety And Security – Hollywood Actress AJ Johnson Confirms

American actress, Choreographer and fitness trainer Adrienne- Joi Johnson popularly known in the showbiz circles as AJ Johnson believes Ghana is a haven for those seeking inner peace and a pure connection with their roots, unlike Hollywood. The veteran actress who featured in 1992 hit movie ‘Sister Act’ expressed how …

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Young Mission Entertainment Launches Ghana Music & Arts Awards Europe 2019

Young Mission Entertainment in partnership with FOKS Entertainment have have officially launched the Ghana Music & Arts Awards Europe 2019. The event took place at the Golden Tulip Hotel here in Accra on the 16th of August 2019. In attendance were various dignitaries including Royals of the Ashanti Kingdom, Actors, …

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Only 5 Ghanaian Movies Were Submitted To Ghana Oscar 2020 Nomination Committee For Shortlisting – Get Details

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A member of the Ghana Oscar 2020 Nomination Committee, Mr. George Bosompim, has disclosed to Presspeep.com that only five movies were submitted to their tables for shortlisting, after calling on all Ghanaian filmmakers to submit their films. Following the guidelines of the Academy, the Ghana Oscar 2020 Nomination Committee is …

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Steve Harvey Breaks Down In Tears In Ghana – Seeing Castles/Pictures Of Black Slave Trade

American comedian, television host, producer, radio personality, actor, and author Steve Harvey who is currently in Ghana with his family as part of the Year of Return guests, was emotionally broken down upon visiting the Cape Coast Castle. Mr. Harvey who could not contain the situation was seen literally shedding …

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Legendary Playwright Uncle Ebo Whyte Tips Young Playwright Kobina Ansah As His Successor

The Ghanaian theatre industry has been bursting at its seams with great plays over the last few years. Almost every weekend at the National Theatre, there is a play showing. One name that can never be overlooked when modern Ghanaian theatre is made mention of is Uncle Ebo Whyte. The …

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Steve Harvey Visits Ghana To Mark ‘The Year Of Return’ – 400 Years Since The First Black Slaves Landed In Jamestown Virginia

Award-winning American comedian and television host, Steve Harvey, has joined the array of African American diasporan who have visited Ghana to learn more about their roots to slavery – to mark the Year of Return. The Minister of Tourism, Babara Oteng Gyasi and the Year of Tourism committee met up …

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