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Ghanaians Display Crudest Racism At White Lady Married To Ghanaian Footballer Christian Atsu – – It’s A Big Shame For Ghana/Black Race

The black race, has, before antiquity was born, cried foul for being suppressed, oppressed, persecuted, abused, and generally considered inferior by largely, the white race. Racism – the prejudice that members of one race are intrinsically superior to members of other races, is a global pernicious and malign influence that …

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Ghanaian ‘Bad boy’ Actor Majid Michel Claims He Won’t Kiss In Movies Again

Majid Michel who used to be the loverboy of Ghanaian movies has decided to decline certain roles since Christ has arrested him. The 2012 Best Actor in a Leading Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards has vowed not to kiss in movies again. This decision was arrived at after …

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Nigerian Movies Have Failed To Get Oscar Nominations 4 Years Running – This Is Why

Ghana will not be represented at the 2018 Oscars, because the Ghana Foreign Language Committee could not nominate any of the films submitted to the Committee because they could not meet the nomination standards. Nigeria’s movies industry, Nollywood, though very popular, rich, and large, has been suffering similar fate for …

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Afia Schwarzenegger Accuses State Prosecutor Of Interfering With Her Leaked Nak3d Video Case In Court – Mentions Name Of Police Officer

Comedienne, TV host, and Ambassador for Orphans Ghana, Afia Schwarzenegger, is accusing the State Prosecutor of interfering with a case currently in court – involving the Republic and her husband, Mr. Lawrence Abrokwah. Afia Schwarzenegger’s husband, Mr. Lawrence Abrokwah, is facing trial over five charges: domestic violence with emotional, verbal and …

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TOO BAD: All Ghanaian Movies Submitted For Oscar 2018 Nomination Disqualified

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Ghana will not be represented at the 2018 Oscars, because the Ghana Foreign Language Committee could not nominate any of the films submitted to the Committee. The Chairman of the Committee, Professor Linus Abraham announced this in Accra. The committee found that none of the three (3) films submitted met …

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I See Nothing Wrong With Lesbianism – “Anal Se.x Is Great” Actress Vicky Zugah Explains Why

Ghanaian promising actress, Vicky Zugah, has once again, given her artless opinion on a se.xual orientation – and this time, it’s on lesbianism. June this year, several reports had Vicky Zugah give the world an idea of her se.xual preference – she stated unequivocally that anal se.x is “great.” She …

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VIDEO: Asiedu Nketia Finally Explains What Pushed Him To Use “Comfortable Lead” During The 2016 Elections On KSM’s Twi Talk Show ‘BO ME NKOMO’

KSM’s new Twi talk show “Bo Me Nkomo” was premiered online on You Tube last Saturday – and by Tuesday (3rd October, 2017) morning the show was TRENDING on You Tube. In the vintage KSM style, the show was seriously captivating and at the same time, brilliantly laced with the …

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NEWS IN: Ghanaian Actress Yvonne Nelson Set To Give Birth Soon –

Actress Yvonne Nelson Tells BBC

Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson is set to give birth soon, Linda Ikeji confirms. According to the site, Yvonne is heavily pregnant and will soon welcome her first child. It must be recalled that GhanaCelebrities.com broke the news of her pregnancy almost three months ago, but we didn’t know she will …

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Homophobic Counsellor Lutterodt Advocating For Homosexuals To Be Beaten – “Someone Has To Be Radical And Beat Them” – He Explains Why

Counsellor George Lutterodt has declared a spiritual warfare to kill all homosexuals and lesbians in the country –as well as be given literal beatings to check their sexual orientation. He said although significant efforts have been made by the church and government to ban the sexual act, it has rather …

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Pennsylvania State University Lecturer Using Ghana’s Northern Musicians Fancy Gadam And Maccasio’s Songs As Political Economy Of Communications Discussion Case Studies

A Pennsylvania State University lecturer, Madam Wunpini F. Mohammed, is using Ghana’s Northern musicians Fancy Gaddam and Maccasio’s songs as Political Economy of Communications discussion case studies in her class. Wunpini F. Mohammed, a Ghanaian lecturer living and working in the United States of America, has been using songs from …

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