Saturday, April 19, 2014

AJ introduces himself to Ghana music with ‘You and I’

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By Oral Ofori

AJ Dahottest is a rapper, DJ and radio personality from Ghana in West Africa. His genre of music is Afropop influenced by hiphop owing to his love for Tupac Amaru Shaqur. He aims to use his music to spread positive energy among youths of Africa and worldwide as a way of awakening them to realizing their power to creating better futures for themselves.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

22yr old track cyclist represents Ghana at 2014 Commonwealth Games

By Oral Ofori
Jedidiah Amoako-Ackah will be representing Ghana as the first track cyclist from that country when Scotland holds the 20th Commonwealth games from 23 July to August 3 2014 in Glasgow.

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Citizen of Likoma launches new wave of politics in Malawi

Christopher Ashems Songwe is an accomplished Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Service Management and Computer Forensics Specialist from Likoma District of Malawi. He was born-and-bred on the Island of Likoma where he wants to revolutionize politics.

In 2013 Christopher, responding to the call of his people, decided to become their substantive MP and represent them under the banner of the Malawi Congress Party — MCP.

#TheAfricanDream blog caught up with this aspiring MP to learn more about his political aspirations. We found out that in the early 80s, Christopher left the Island of Likoma for the mainlands of Malawi in pursuit of further education. It was while working in search of a better life that he observed first-hand the growing concerns and increasing levels of poverty and strife faced by people across the country and on the Islands of Chizumulu as well as Likoma.

Friday, March 14, 2014

US based Ghanaian gospel Musicians release single in support of Black Stars

UGGAS Members
A group of Ghanaian gospel musicians in the USA called the United States Ghanaian Gospel All-Stars (UGGAS) have gotten together to create a song in support of the efforts of the national team of Ghana, the Black Stars, as preparations advance for the world soccer fiesta in Brazil 2014. The song, which is a single, was sung in English, Twi, Ga, Fante and Hausa, all local Ghanaian dialects.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Sonny Side of Sports chats with #TheAfricanDream

This tweet of the #SSOS is what gave birth to this piece and accompanying video.

Peggielene Bartels from Ghana speaks about being a female king

King Peggy in her regalia with her subjects
Nana Amuah-Afenyi VI (born 1953), known informally as King Peggy, is the Nana (chief) of the town of Tantum (or Otuam) in the Mfantsiman Municipal District of Ghana.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Rama Brew tells youth to be wary of showbiz, also asks Actors' Guild to protect artistes

Veteran Ghanaian actress Rama Brew has said the Actors’ Guild of Ghana has not done enough to support actors in Ghana. She said the actors’ association needed to do more to support actors especially those who have given their hearts out  to the industry in their career for several decades but today have nothing to show for it.