Ibrahim Mahama’s aircraft fly Tamale’s children closer to their dreams

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Jenna- a village of under 2,000 people- is just on the outskirts of Tamale- the capital of Ghana’s Northern Region. And it is home to Red Clay Studios, a towering space built with red bricks that houses a variety of art installations made mainly from recycled materials that have been redesigned into antique pieces of art.

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Audiomack launches ‘Keep The Beat Going’ campaign in Ghana

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“The Keep The Beat Going campaign is our way of further connecting the Audiomack audience to the diverse world of African music. We care about the artist, the producer, and the fan, and want to make sure they are represented across billboards, radio ads, and more as we move music forward worldwide.”, said Jason Johnson, VP of Marketing and Brand Strategy for Audiomack.

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Agya Koo and others who campaigned for NPP should bow their heads in shame- Mr. Beautiful

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“When I openly supported John Dramani Mahama in 2012, Agya Koo and Matilda Asare and others were able to show their faces and openly support the incumbent government in 2016. But as I am talking to you, if I were Agya Koo or Kalybos or any other person who supported the NPP, I’ll bow my head in shame. Because when I supported former President Mahama, look at what he was able to achieve. What they supported, let me end it here.”

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GFA announces betPawa as new headline sponsor of the Ghana Premier League

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betPawa has over the years been activating a lot of Corporate Socially Responsible activities aimed at championing responsible gaming, an action which is high on the corporate agenda of the company, empowering customers to be economically independent and helping to imbibe the spirit of philanthropism in customers across its markets. These CSR activities include the Dream Maker and WIN BIG, Give Back campaigns among many others.

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I didn’t see this level of fame in my 20 years of acting – Big Ivy after Mummy Dolarz feud

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“I have been acting for about 20 years now I have not been this big. I am surprised especially on social media, I wasn’t expecting it to be this big, I really like it, it is noise, this world has a lot of stress so we are using it to de-stress so we are having fun,” she said on Friday.

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