Author: African Celebs

Sports News: Asante Kotoko Announces Partnership With Southampton FC

Congratulations are in order! Top Ghanaian football team, Kumasi Asante Kotoko SC took to their social media platforms to announce their groundbreaking partnership with Southampton. ‘Asante Kotoko is elated to announce a partnership with Southampton FC . This groundbreaking partnership seeks to plug Kotoko into Southampton and ensure a sustainable development.’ ~Asante Kotoko SC Will help improve Supporters engagement and mobilisation through effective joint and exchange  programs, there will be exchange visits between Ghana and England both the English by both  Premier League and Asante Kotoko SC players https://twitter.com/AsanteKotoko_SC/status/1351470249447731200?s=20 There will also an opportunity for commercial development and syndication through joint...

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Amanda Ofori surrenders it all to God in new single – Hopeless Without You

London-based Ghanaian gospel singer and songwriter, Amanda Ofori serves believers with a soulful new song, ‘Hopeless With You’, expressing and acknowledging God’s superiority in every facet of her life. She casts all her insecurities aside for Him and asks we do same, as He is our everything and in His presence we find hope. ’I am happy to announce the release of my new single. I received the words and rhythm of this song in one of the most painful seasons of my life in 2013. As I sat down ‘’still’’ during my quiet time, the words came along...

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Heroes of COVID-19: Cameroonian-American Emmanuel Kulu Jnr on Kemet

The mission of TheAfricanDream.net to tell the stories of Africa and Africans from an African perspective led to the initiation of the ‘Heroes of COVID-19’ writing series in April 2020. The series celebrates individuals and organizations in defiance of the Coronavirus Pandemic carrying out their functions to fight the deadly virus, like Mr. Emmanuel Kulu Jnr. who is our January 2021 COVID-19 hero. Mr. Emmanuel Kulu Jnr., an African Historian and Author of Cameroon’s Zulu/Bantu Tribe is also a career social worker deeply passionate about history and creative arts. Kulu began his professional creative career in 2015 with film...

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Stephanie Linus Joins WildAid To Advocate For Wildlife Conservation

Nollywood Superstar and filmmaker Stephanie Linus is furthering her cause as an environmental activist with the focus this time on wildlife conservation and efforts to reduce climate change impacts. Stephanie joins an unrivaled portfolio of celebrity ambassadorsat WildAid, to help raise public awareness of the impacts of illegal wildlife trade in Africa. WildAid works to reduce global consumption of wildlife products and to increase local support for conservation efforts. The organization also works with governments and partners to protect fragile marine reserves from illegal fishing and shark finning, to enhance public and political will for anti-poaching efforts, and to...

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20 African Female Writers

Africa is a continent with diverse ethnic and cultural practices and looking at the different ways in which African countries portrays their culture, it’s not surprising that a lot of screenwriters are emerging from the continent to showcase their rich cultures in movies. This article seeks to unveil 20 African female screenwriters you may know or not know and 2 of their best movies.   Leila Djansi Leila is a Ghanaian-born American based movie writer, producer and director. She had her Basic and Secondary education at the Kabore Primary and JSS and Mawuli School, all in the Volta region...

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