Naa Morkor Commodore, Ghana’s delegate for the 2021 Miss Universe international pageant, together with the 16 finalists of the 2022 Miss Universe Ghana contest have moved into an ultra-luxurious Eden Heights Home in Accra, which will serve as their camp for the next few weeks as they prepare for the global competition and the national contest respectively.
Wuriyanga, a farming community in the Tempane District in the Upper East Region, is arguably one of the unique communities in the country. This is because it is home to an ancient mud mosque built about 200 years ago and a tall mysterious tree beside the mosque as old as the structure itself.
African nations at the just ended COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, have criticised rich countries for failing to meet their promise of giving billions of dollars to help them cope with climate change.
When Gospel musician Empress Gifty decided to launch her latest single 3y3 Woaa, she chose to do it in style, inviting family, friends and colleagues to the Underbridge Events Centre at East Legon for an exclusive ceremony.
Dear Editor, Domestic violence occurs in homes and it affects children mostly. Unfortunately, the effects of domestic violence on children is often overlooked since the concentration is on the key adult players caught in the act.
After two failed marriages which collapse was well documented in the media, one would have thought that Highlife musician Kwabena Kwabena would be jaded about it but he says that will not deter him from finding love again.
It was certainly a big blow to ardent listeners of Accra-based radio station Zylofon FM when host of the popular programme Showbiz Agenda, Samuel Atuobi Baah popularly known as Sammy Flex, announced his resignation from the radio station on Tuesday, October 26 on his social media pages.
Finding the right partner to settle down with as an ordinary person can be a tough experience but it can be twice as tough for celebrities, especially the females, who have to deal with prejudices and also the motives of the men who come into their lives.
It must have come with a big sense of relief for the members, stakeholders and sections of the public, when news filtered in last week that the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) has settled on January 12, 2022, to hold elections for new national and regional officers.