Author: African Celebs

More Nigeria kidnapping yesterday

Bringbackourgirls More Nigeria kidnapping yesterday: 60 girls and women, 31 boys said to be abducted… As we go about our day to day activities let us remember all the children who have been kidnapped in our...

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She Leads Africa launches competition to empower tech savvy ladies

She Leads Africa, an initiative empowering women in the continent’s entrepreneurial tech scene, is launching a business pitch competition seeking talented women in West Africa. The platform seeks to connect promising individuals to mentors, business funding and new market opportunities. She Leads Africa’s Pitch Competition for Female Entrepreneurs (cash prize of $10, 000 for Top 10 Finalist) She Leads Africa’s Entrepreneur Showcase is a platform that introduces the continent’s most promising female entrepreneurs to investors, accelerators, and mentors looking to invest in the next generation of African talent. She Leads Africa is Looking for early stage startups that want...

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Lupita as the new face of Lancôme

Lupita Nyong’o was announced as the new face of beauty brand Lancôme in April.  The first African woman to front the French brand, Lupita and Lancôme are both hyped about the partnership. “I am truly honoured to join the Maison Lancôme, a brand with such a prestigious history and that I have always loved,” said the actress. “I am particularly proud to represent its unique vision for women and the idea that beauty should not be dictated, but should instead be an expression of a woman’s freedom to be herself....

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Ghana ranked 4th most preferred investment destination

Ghana has been ranked the 4th most preferred investment destination on the African continent by US based economic advisory firm, Frontiers Strategy Group.     The other three countries were Angola, Kenya and Nigeria.    The group said investment interest in the Ghanaian economy by multinationals stood at 18.73 per cent. Angola was rated third preferred investment economy by the multinationals, with 21.9 while that of Kenya stood at 23.17 per cent. Nigeria led the continent with 29.57 per cent, according to a report entitled “Frontier Market Sentiment Index”, issued by the Wall Street Journal.     According to...

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