ReggieNBollie have dropped a major hint on the much-anticipated music video for their recent single release ‘this is the life’. The duo shared the 30 seconds video teaser on Facebook with the caption “Our Official Video for ‘This Is The Life’ will be out SOOONNN!! We can’t wait for you to watch the full video. Stay Tuned!”
Glee filled with awesome pictures and graphics, the UK pop duo believe the new music video which was directed by Sesan and set to be released in few days, has the quality to bring much excitement to fans all over the world and win awards.
Check the link below to watch the teaser for ‘this is the life’ video…
“The world will only come to appreciate Africa when we learn to celebrate our own.” These are the words of Managing Director of Bábu Global, Sandra Appiah, the company behind the prestigious Ghana Legacy Honors launching on March 25th at the MovenpickAmbassador Hotel.
In 2013, Sandra Appiah and partner Isaac Boateng were the first Ghanaians to be featured in Forbes’ “Thirty Under 30: Africa’s Best Young Entrepreneurs”, an annual list which profiles exceptional young Entrepreneurs of African descent around the world. Since launching in 2011, their media company Face2face Africa has served as a leading voice for the pan-African generation, helping to change the narrative on Africa in the West.
“The Ghana Legacy Honors is an initiative that is very close and near to our hearts. Ghana, for us, represents the legacy of Africa, and there have been so many people since our independence who have blazed the path for Ghana to be the distinguished nation that it is today. We launched this initiative to help tell the stories of these individuals and inspire the next generation to also become vanguards of Ghana’s legacy.”
This year, the Ghana Legacy Awards will honor six distinguished pioneers and trailblazers of African descent, including business magnate Sam Jonah, renowned tech innovator Herman Chinery-Hesse, African human rights and anti-corruption leader Anna Bossman, and distinguished corporate executive Lucy Quist. Two of the honorees, David Adjaye and Ozwald Boateng are Ghanaian descendants who reside in the UK.
Ozwald Boateng is a renowned UK-based Fashion designer who has had a transformational impact on mens fashion-wear for almost 3 decades. He was the first Black designer to open a shop on the popular Savile Row in London, and previously served as Creative Director of Menswear for French fashion house Givenchy.
David Adjaye is currently one of the most sought-after architects in the world, having designed some of the world’s biggest monuments, including the new Smithsonian Museum of African American History, which officially opened last year with a ceremony officiated by president Barack Obama.
“It is very important to celebrate these individuals who have broken glass ceilings and blazed a path for Ghanaians and Africans around the world, and use their stories to inspire the next generation. We have been fortunate to meet so many of these people,and through this platform, we hope to expose to the world the talent, creativity, and passion that lives in Ghana.”
The Ghana Legacy Honors will provide the opportunity for these pioneers to invest in the younger generation through various meet and greets, seminars and workshops where they can share their stories and inspire them.
The awards gala is taking place this Saturday at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel. Top local and international business leaders as well as Ghanaian and African dignitaries are expected to attend. For corporate tables or tickets, please visit Ghanalegacy.com, email email@example.com. or call 0506556661
It’s been almost three years since we first met. It feels like longer; how can so much have changed in such a short span of time? I still remember the very first time I saw you, but I guess I didn’t really see you then. You were just that friend of that guy that I know. I barely even looked at you when we were introduced—I was too caught up in my own life at the time. I never would have guessed in that moment that you’d be the one who would change everything.
It doesn’t make sense, but I feel like I owe you. That’s the thing about love, isn’t it? You left me scattered on the sidewalk but I’m the one apologizing for the mess. But we weren’t always messy. We were epic. Sure, we fought a lot but you also made me laugh harder than I ever have before. I think we were meant to be, but we were young and stupid and we did it wrong.
Looking back now, it’s hard to remember our mistakes. It’s hard to remember anything, really, except the feeling. I didn’t know what love was before I met you, but now you’re the very definition of it. I think that’s what makes first loves so monumental: For the rest of my life, my idea of love and relationships will always be rooted in you…in us. Not because I still love you, but because I did once and it changed everything.
I was angry with you for a long time after you left. I went to bed every night praying that the sun would rise and I’d finally forget your name. I tried to convince myself that I didn’t love you anymore. I knew it was possible; if I could be convinced that you never loved me, why couldn’t I do the opposite? But that’s not how it works, is it? You’re still the only one that knows the truth. You got to walk away knowing that I loved you. I was left drowning, not knowing anything.
I could have filled this letter with clichés like “it’s your loss” and blah blah blah, but I don’t really believe that. Yes, I would have done anything for you and you walked away from that, but maybe there’s more to it. Maybe we were lucky to have what we did at such a young age, even if we did burn too quickly. Maybe timing is everything, and maybe ours was all wrong. Maybe we really weren’t meant to be. Either way, I don’t blame you for leaving all those years ago.
I’m too much of a romantic to believe you never think of me. I hope you look at the empty side of your bed and wonder what I’m doing or what I’m thinking or if I look at the empty side of my bed and think of you sometimes too. Maybe I am too romantic. Maybe you never think of me at all. Maybe I’m just that girl you knew three years ago. Sometimes you scroll past my face on your newsfeed. Maybe you just keep scrolling. The truth is that I don’t know. I don’t know what made you leave. I don’t know what made you stay gone.
I have come to accept that we will always be a question left unanswered.
By Charlotte Emeljanow in LOVE
Source : hercampus.com
Dr. Sam Ankrah is a global business strategist by choice, and a Ghanaian socioeconomic advocate by temperament. Dr. Ankrah has had more than 15 years successful experience in providing fiscal, strategic and operations leaderships in uniquely challenging situations. He has repeatedly produced sustained revenue and EBITDA growth in dynamic and changing markets. Dr. Ankrah has a proven track record in management and finance, investment banking, leasing and finance, factoring and forfeiting oil and gas, private pension management and international trade.
Educated in the United Kingdom, Dr. Ankrah holds a Bachelor’s degree in Statistics and Management from the University of London, an MBA (Finance & Management) and a Leadership Advantage Program Certificate from the Cranfield School of Management, an MSc. in Economics, Social Science and Philosophy, and a PhD in Philosophy and Social Science all from the Pan-American University of Science and Medicines. Dr. Ankrah who has been awarded a PhD. (Honoris Causa) from the Sovereign Medical Order of the Knights Hospitaller, for innovative and exceptional financial engineering to help bring the functions of the group to the Sub-Saharan Africa Region will make his appearance on the Corporate Dialogue of Role Model Africa to distill insights on the theme: Winning in Business
Dr. Ankrah has been speaking and promoting investment opportunities in Africa, educating and encouraging the youth to venture in entrepreneurship at various platforms including UN sub-committees.
In open dialogue format the Role Model will share pragmatic insights on how to win in business, turn failing business around and building a globally competitive business.
The platform will as well host Professional Car Washer,Emmanuel Awumee. For over a decade now, Ghanaian national, Emmanuel Awumee, a Car Care Consultant has distinguished himself as a specialist in Car Detailing and Reconditioning.
Emmanuel Awumee has been the best at what he does and this has merited his company the privilege to Detailing Presidential vehicles of a number of Presidential administrations in Ghana.
His company SESIL CONSULT which specializes in Interior and Exterior maintenance of vehicles, has a collaborative arrangement with TOTAL PETROLEUM in Ghana and Partnership arrangements in Cote D’Ivoire and also coming up in Nigeria and Sierra Leone.
Emmanuel will be making his debut appearance on the Corporate Dialogue of the renowned mentoring platform Role Model Africa, this March.
Since its creation in 2015,Role Model Africa has received mention on GTV (Ghana), Business Television Africa (Ghana), Ghana Business and Finance Magazine (Ghana), Daily Graphic Newspaper (Ghana), Daily Sun Newspaper (Nigeria) and Africa Rizing (an Offshoot of Voice of America)
The revered platform has over the years attracted illustrious Role Models to share their stories in an open dialogue. Emmanuel Awumee joins the Hall of Fame of Role Models, being in the company of Dr. Samuel Onwona (Former World Bank Official), Prince Kofi Amoabeng (UT Bank), Michael Okyere Darko (Obrafour), Bishop Titi-Ofei (Pleasant Place Parish) and Dr. Mrs Ellen Hagan (L’aine Services) among a high cadre of personalities who have honored the platform as Role Models.
Having at one point in his business lost almost all he started with including the folding up of about 5 branches of his company, the ‘Professional Car Washer’ will in an open dialogue speak on the theme: Winning in Business’ on Sunday 26th March at the African Regent Hotel in Accra.
As has been the culture the platform which promotes African Narratives will attract guests from across Africa, magnetizing a rich pool of human capital and knowledge base for networking and business. The event which is scheduled to be held at the African Regent Hotel is set to start at exactly 3pm And climax at 6pm. Guests are expected to be seated 30 minutes ahead of the program.
Guests from all across Africa are expected to participate in the Corporate Dialogue which is designed to project African Narratives.
The public is advised to contact 0503183699 or visit www.inventsfoundation.com for registration.
Africa has Role Models
After grabbing massive attention over the period with commercials and teasers of his “Flaunt Your Lover” initiative, Okyeame Kwame has successfully hosted the movie show last weekend.
The event, a phenomenal one attracted massive patronage from fans who turned up at the Silverbird Cinema of the Accra Mall. It was an enticing scene to see the Rap Dacter interact with them in the most exciting way.
Several celebrities who showed up to support and share in the fan included Martha Ankomah, KKD, Ekow Smith, Okyeame Quophi, Stacy Amoateng, Akoo Nana, DKB among others.
The 2 day program brought patrons together to watch romantic, comic movies with side attractions such as music, sponsor product giveaways, comedy, photo ops packaged into the “Red Room Experience”.
The “Flaunt Your Lover” show was sponsored by Close Up, Glade, 4syte TV, TXT Ghana, Beracah Decor, and Aquimiini.
Many Ghanaians lately have taken a keen interest in their diet and health in general. Gone are the days when people had no idea about hypertension, diabetes, among others. Today, most of us are careful about what we eat and what times we eat such.
It is in this vein that registered dietician, Nana Kofi Owusu, has written a simple-languaged nutrition book to address most of the health issues he has encountered in his many years of experience. The University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) lecturer has spoken on good/bad nutritional practices on several media platforms and is widely known as a credible authority on such matters.
His book, Nutritional Pills For Life, touches on some sensitive nutritional topics and food fads which we have always believed to be true yet scientifically false.
Speaking to Scribe News, the regular guest on UTV’s Morning show confided, “Do you know that plantain never contains high levels of iron as we have always been made to believe? Do you know that avocado pear has no cholesterol as people claim it does? Get to know this and other interesting nutritional facts to help you eat to live by getting a copy of my book.”
The launch of Nutritional Pills For Life takes place at PIWC Dansoman on Sunday, February 19, 2017 at 3pm prompt. The event is going to be a potpourri of exciting health talk, soothing music and soul-inspiring spoken word.
The author of the book whose foreword was written by health experts across the world had this to say in conclusion. “Life is precious. Eat to live. See you at the launch.”
Source: Scribe News.