Tag: I love Ghana


Ghanaian Clothing Line Launch: Me DoR GHANA…

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Faces of Me FiRi GHANA Competition Winners

Faces of Me FiRi GHANA Competition Winners

 

See all pictures from the photoshoot by clicking on the link below.
 
 
Models were as follows:
Male: Norris Emmanuel, Andrew, Jaime (Face of Me FiRi GHANA 2011)
Female: Juliyaa, Joanna, Edma, Hannah (Face of Me FiRi GHANA 2011)
Ps. Juliyaa is a rising superstar singer who is soon to release her EP. Catch up with her and stay connect here:

For more of Juliyaa catch her on:  
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/#!/juliyaamusic
Twitter – www.twitter.com/juliyaamusic  

5 Reasons we LOVE Ghana

1 – Independence Under Kwame Nkrumah Ghana became the first African State
to achieve independence from colonial rule in 1957.

2 – Football Watching a match with a fellow Ghanaian I guarantee is one of the most
exciting/loud things you could ever experience.
Watching a match with us is always a vibrant experience and usually includes
expressive noises, insults, chants, shouting, and lots and lots of celebratory dancing
don’t say I didn’t warn you.

3 – Dance We have the best dancer obviously known as Asamoah Gyan the sunderland footballer a.k.a baby jet.

4 – Films Jackie Appiah Is amongst one of the best actresses in Africa, as well as doing
us proud by receiving the awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 2010 African Movie Academy Awards

5 – Transport – It’s great to have your own ride, But what tops, being driven around anywhere in the city for less than a dollar using the Tro-Tro service – where you squeeze into a big van full of people, wailing babies, baskets of food, and sometimes even animals, and hiss at the mate when you want to “alight” and just relax and enjoy the interesting conversation which usually pops up with the driver.

We have certainly progressed as a nation from the Yaa asantwaa war, to the 2010 world cup ( An unforgettable moment), Ghana’s collaboration with cadbury’s chocolate and so many more…

By CLOUDIA

Ghana’s Future: Musical Rising Black Star

So after watching this, have your say:
Leave your comments below and give the facebook thumbs up if you are “feeling” K’Adu’s Black Star tune…

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