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U.S. Embassy In Ghana Debunks Fake Stories About ‘Ghanaians Spending 30 Days In USA Without A Visa’

The U.S. Embassy in Accra, Ghana has debunked false and misleading stories stories that ”Ghanaians Can Now Spend Up-To 30 Days In USA Without A Visa” Jayne Howell, the Consul General (U.S. Embassy in Accra, Ghana) has clarified the fake ‘Ghana- U.S – 30 Days Visa Free Rumours circulating out there.  ‘The visa restrictions apply to ONLY Ghanaian executive and legislative branch employees and their spouses and children and domestic employees of Ghanaian diplomats” ~ Jayne Howell, For all those planning on traveling to the U.S. and wondering if they are affected by the visa ban or not, kindly watch the ‘Visa Restriction Clarification’ video below....

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Italy – Venice Fondamenta Cannaregio

Thinking of one of our favourite cities Italy during this difficult period. Venice is facing the worse flooding  ever. The last time such flooding occurred was over fifty years ago. It is great to see so many people making the best of the floods and not letting it get to them too much.    Recommended Stories   Are you visiting Venice soon? Check out Some of the things to do and how to get there from Venice Marco Polo Airport. Get the High Speed Water Taxi, The Alilaguna Water Boat,To Fondamenta Cannaregi, Sestiere Cannaregio, sights seeing and the amazing...

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African Celebrities Who Inspire Us

ZOLA MASEKO The Swazi director is known for his documentaries about Xenophobia. Born in 1967 when his parents were in exile, he spent his childhood and teenage years in the UK. His first documentary Dear Sunshine was released in 1992. Moving to South Africa shortly after that, he experienced severe attacks of Xenophobia. This inspired him to portray the issues in South Africa through documentaries. His documentary about Sarah Baartman, a woman of Khoisan descent who was taken to London as a performer because of her ” unusual looks”, received critical acclaim. He also won the Best African Documentary...

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African Celebrities – IRENE UWOYA, SHILOLE, FANTANA, JOKATE MWGELO…

Editors Choice Today SHILOLE The full name of the Tanzanian singer is Zena Yusuf Mohammed. She was born in December 1987 in Igunga. After losing her mother at a young age, she had to work and study at the same time. Chasing her dreams, she started a music career in R&B and quickly became one of the most distinguished female artists of Tanzania. Not only was she nominated several times at KTMA with her songs Namchukua, Paka La Bar, and Lawama, but she was also the first Tanzanian female artist to reach 1 million followers on Instagram. Her success...

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ToluDaDi’s ‘Hennessy’ Video Is A Big Step For A Debut

New Music Video Alert! ‘Hennessy by ToluDaDi Out Now! Afrobeat crooner, ToluDaDi has dropped beautiful and eye-catching visuals for ‘Hennessy’, a single off his recently released debut EP ”This Side”. The video comes as the first off the EP and his debut as an artist. The 2 minutes 41 seconds video tells a simple straight-forward story, that further highlights the message in the song.   As a Nigerian resident in Ghana, it comes as no surprise as he intermittently throws in a few lines in Twi in the song. Though not a brand ambassador, ToluDaDi clearly tells us his...

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