Movie industry in Ghana has a long way to go – Lydia Forson — BrownGH.com

Ghanaian Actress, Lydia Forson in an interview with BBC has said Ghana’s movie industry has a long way to go due to funding constraints from individuals who believe in film and the government. She said, “Every industry go through its phase. Where we are now is not the best but I compare to where we…

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Skinflint on African Heavy Metal, Influences, and Kwasa Kwasa Dance Music — Consequence of Sound

The allure of heavy metal reaches far and wide — nowadays, when major bands launch what is billed as a “world tour,” it truly is. However, one of the last continents to fall under metal’s spell is Africa — but that appears to be changing, with the emergence of acts like Skinflint. Hailing from Gaborone,…

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Sudan’s Bashir Bans Rallies, Announces Foreign Currency ‘Reforms’ — Tatahfonewsarena

Sudan’s president, Omar al-Bashir on Monday unveiled new measures to end protests that have rocked Sudan for over three months now, including a ban on unauthorized rallies. In line with a state of emergency declared last week, Bashir also gave the country’s security forces sweeping powers to to raid buildings where “suspicious activities were being…

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Tuesday Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria — WELCOME TO LUMYPRAY’S BLOG

PUNCH Saraki denies congratulating opponent INEC probes 157,591 cancelled votes in Nasarawa Ngige threatens to sue INEC over Buharis defeat in Anambra Observer rections cancelled in Benue North West Group alleges foreign interference in Nigerias electoral process Ogun ADC demands electoral officers arrest over alleged malpractice Feb 23 will be declared Kwara Liberation day Lai […]

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Nigeria: Breaking -Reasons why INEC Postpones Nigeria’s Elections to Feb 23, March 9 : — TVUF BLOG

Electoral Commission chair, Professor Mahmood Yakubu showing a specimen ballot paper for Ekiti governorship election during a meeting in Abuja during 2018. The Independent National Electoral Commission in Nigeria (INEC) on Friday night announced a shift in the general elections dates to February 23 and March 9 respectively. The new schedule was announced by the […]

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BREAKING – Live 2019 presidential election result Declare by INEC — TVUF BLOG

Official results from the Presidential and National Assembly elections across Nigeria, announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), has started coming in from different wards and Local Government Areas (LGAs) in the country, with most Nigerians anxiously waiting to know who is winning. Naija News reports that INEC commenced the Presidential and National Assembly […]

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