Since 2014 when Shirley Frimpong Manso’s Contract won four awards for Best Movie Director, Best Movie, Best Writing (Drama), and Best Video Editing at the Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards (AMVCA), Ghana has continuously performed poorly at the awards ceremony.
The New Doma auditorium of the Action Chapel International at Spintex, Accra, will be a hub of unadulterated worship when the maiden edition of the Worship Above Reason (WAR) concert takes place on Friday, December 15.
Organised by Ireva Consult in collaboration with Footprint TV, the event which aims to lead a prayer campaign for the security of the country, will see performances from some top Gospel musicians.
The forecourt of the Achimota Retail Mall in Accra will witness the outpouring of the Holy Spirit when big players in the Gospel music industry converge tomorrow for a praise and worship concert.
The event, dubbed, Borges Ghana Lets Worship 2017, will bring together artistes like Soul Winners, Gifty Osei, Piesie Esther, Jack Alolome, Francis Amo, Nhyira Betty, Oheneba Clement, Willie and Mike, Lady Kess, Rose Adjei, Lady Sarah, Patience Nyarko, Abena Amponsah, Nat Abbey, Emmanuel Arthur, Nana Enoch, Josei, Paa Sammy and Minister Rama.
After being shown around the world, Ghanaian movie lovers will now get the chance to watch acclaimed filmmaker, Shirley Frimpong Manso’s Potato Potahto when it comes to the Silverbird Cinemas on November 30.
Described as an African marital comedy of errors, Potato Potahto has been lauded at nearly every event is has been shown including the Cannes Film Festival in May, the 38th Durban International Film Festival in July and the British Urban Film Festival in September.
It was a great weekend for merrymakers at the annual Hogbetsotso festival in the Volta Region when Afropop artiste, Edem and his squad of artistes stormed Keta and Anloga for a concert dubbed Edemfest.
Held on the High Street of Keta last Friday night and with showstoppers like M.anifest, Tinny, MzVee, Yaa Pono and VVIP on the bill, there was no dull moment as the revellers danced and sang along to their songs.
The flag of Ghana was hoisted high when Ghanaian beauty queen, Leah Adobea Brown was voted the second most beautiful African at this year’s Miss Globe beauty pageant held in the Albanian Capital, Tirana on the night of Friday, November 3.
Leah came second to Miss Cape Verde in the African segment of the contest and was thus among the 15 semi-finalists selected from the 50 belles who represented various countries around the world.
It's been 12 weeks of excitement, pain, disappointments and surprises on Ghana’s Most Beautiful(GMB) 2017 and it will all come to an end on Sunday, November 19, when one lucky beauty takes home the crown.
This year’s edition, which is also the 11th season, has the tagline “Straight Outta Ghana” and TV3 has tried to live up to that by challenging the ladies to educate audiences on some ‘hidden’ facts about the different cultures in the country.