List Of Nominees For FAME Awards 2018 To Be Released Today

The list of nominees for the various categories of the Fashion, Arts, Music and Entertainment (FAME) Awards will be released today, November 1, 2018.

This was made known by GH Trends TV via their official Instagram page. They also hinted that, voting will be commence today.

About Fame Awards

FAME Awards is an event initiated to award the youth aged not more than twenty eight (28) years who are into modelling, fashion designing, photography, make-up artistry, music, acting, etcetera, across all tertiary institutions and the nation as a whole, who are making a difference in these respective arts.

Stay tuned for more information.

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CBAZE Awards 2018 Set To Take Place On 10th November

Cbaze Awards 2018, one of the most anticipated tertiary awards event in Ghana, is set to take place on Saturday, 10th November, 2018 at the National Theatre, Accra.

The Awards event, which seeks to reward excellence in tertiary education and entertainment, will be awarding deserving students doing excellent in their various fields (such as music, entrepreneurship, blogging, photography, etcetera) on the said date.

The Red Carpet will commence at 6pm while the main program will start at 7pm. And all well wishers of the various nominees and the general public are invited to share in the moment.

Meanwhile, the cost of tickets are below:

  • Regular Ticket = GHs30
  • VIP Ticket = GHs50
  • VVIP Ticket = GHs100
  • Premium Ticket = GHs200

To grab your ticket or book your seat, and for further information, call or whatsapp 0501228058.

WIM Ghana Makes Street Children Smile

On Saturday, 27th October, 2018, Women In Ministry (WIM) Ghana, made street children based in Accra smile through their SOS (Smiles On Streets) initiative on the theme, “Making Street Children Smile; Touching God’s Heart”.

Members of WIM Ghana, gathered street children (based around Accra Mall, Shiashi, 37 Military Hospital and Korle Bu Teaching Hospital) and delivered packages consisting of food, beverages, pastries, clothes, personal care items, etcetera, to them.

They also spent moments of hope and excitement with them; they found out more about them, taught some short beautiful songs, shared the gospel, and captured the moments.

This is what their SOS initiative is about: Showing love and support to street children, and preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ to them

Below are some pictures of the activity, take a view.

Lovely Pictures Of Joyce Everest Ayrakwa At The Grand Premiere Of ABUSED

We couldn’t help but crush on the lead actress of ABUSED, Joyce Everest Ayrakwa, throughout the grand premiere of Abused, which was held held yesterday, 19th May 2018, at the Global Cinemas, Weija, Accra.

The actress looked so beautiful and we just need to share her stunning look with you. Check the pictures out and let us know whether its a ‘yay’ or ‘nah’.

PHOTOS: Beautiful Moments Of The Grand Premiere Of ABUSED

The Grand Premiere of ABUSED was held yesterday, 19th May, 2018 at Global Cinemas, Weija, Accra.

Below are pictures of the premiere including the red carpet. Take a view.

For more pictures and information, tune in on social media using the hash tags: #Abusedtheshortfilm #Saynotoviolenceagainstwomen #Delandfilms

A Letter To The Older Generation

The way the older generation (anybody born before 1975) are going about calling our generation lazy and not hardworking is worrying. They try to make us the problem and forget they are the problem.

Let me tell them this, we weren’t the ones who went abroad on government scholarships, we weren’t the ones who ate full chicken in school and drank milk. We never saw a Ghana flowing with milk and honey because some concerned themselves with eating and not thinking. They unlike the biblical Pharaoh didn’t store in the time of plenty against the great famine.

You said I should start a company, but how many companies did you start when you left the university and got a house and a nice ‘tortoise car’. Your generation is the one in which officials looted away our future but you are more concerned with us having tattoos and dreadlocks. You buy yourself expensive cars yet you complain you don’t have money when a hardworking youth comes to your office with a good business idea. Your generation failed itself.

Every old man /woman everywhere would tell a young person there is no job, that we are lazy and should become entrepreneurs, I understand the whole narrative of creating jobs. But wait a minute, as you have been gainfully employed as a government worker since 80’s how many jobs have you created? How many businesses did you venture into?

You are all scared to retire into misery, and carry placards for unpaid pension. So you change your date of birth and fight for elongated stay in public service and you later tell us that the public sector is full and there is no employment. Who do you think you are fooling? This attitude gives less room to young, vibrant, able bodied men to take up offices and move the country forward.

You have made our environment very poisonous and you expect us to grow and bear fruits. When was the last time you intentionally planned to train someone to replace you? When was the last time you gave someone the platform to boost their confidence?

I am not saying I am a self made man but I want you to understand that most of us in this generation are not lazy. I rest my pen!