Author: African Celebs

Congratulations! Archbishop Duncan Williams to receive maiden Legends of Besorah award, May 31

                                              Archbishop Duncan Williams has been announced as the recipient of the maiden edition of the Legends of Besorah honorary award which takes place on May 31 at the State Banquet Hall. A concept born by NMJ Ghana, the Christian honorary event will celebrate ‘men of God’ within the community for their service to God and mankind. “Besorah” is a Hebrew word which means “Gospel or good news”, thus Legends of Besorah will each year honour great men of the gospel in Ghana who have impacted greatly on the lives of the people through sharing of the gospel and other humanitarian works throughout the...

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Angela Content: 13 year old becomes a published author of two books

An amazing young author just had her second book published – and she is still in middle school.   As CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu reported, the mother of Angela Content, 13, of Mill Basin, Brooklyn, said she knew her ambitious daughter wanted to share her stories with the world. “At first she said, ‘Mommy, I’m going to write a book. I’m writing my own book,’ I said, ‘OK.’ She said, I’m going to publish it. I said, ‘OK,’” said Marie Content. But Angela’s mother was pretty shocked when it actually happened. “And then finally one day she said: ‘Mommy, my book...

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Fred Nuamah £5,000 Shoes…….

Fred Nuamah, Founder/CEO of Ghana Movie Awards looking dapper at the opening of the 67th Cannes Film Festival which was attended by celebrities like Nicole Kidman, Jane Fond …. It has been reported that Fred Nuamah has been going on about his pair of shoes that costs £5000 making people criticize him. He works very hard and is entitled to ‘fine things’ in life. We love it! What do you...

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Goalie apologises to wife in a Paid Newspaper Advert

Robert Osiyo a former goalie of Kenyan soccer team Harambee Stars, went the extra mile and apologized in print the following: “I Francis Onyiso take this opportunity to apologise to my beloved wife Janet Aoko Owino for the pain I have caused her and the family. I ask for forgiveness and promise never to repeat again.” Onyiso refused to explain why he was apologizing, telling Nairobi News: “[The issue] is personal and between the two of them.” He added: “I don’t think it’s a big deal advertising on the newspaper. My aim is just to show my wife I love her and to say sorry over the matter.” Onyiso has been married for 20 years, has three children and works as a Sergeant in the Kenya Defence Forces. Now that his apology is public knowledge, Kenyans are weighing in on Twitter: “Francis Onyiso owes Kenyan men a full –page newspaper apology for setting spousal standards so unattainably high....

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