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Traditional Outfits Never Looked This Good; Check Out Harry Bentil’s Trad. Wedding

Written by | October 17, 2018 | 0
Ghanaian actor and movie director Harry Bentill tied the knots with the love of his love, in a private ceremony over the weekend (13th October 2018). The ‘Afia Schwarzenegger’ TV series star and his beautiful bride looked regal in traditional apparel as they made their relationship official in the presence of family and a few celebrity friends. Check out photos from Ghanaian actor, Harry Bentil’s traditional wedding Donned in the rich Kente cloth, they duo look totally stunning and we just can’t have enough of the newly weds. They ooze in the rich cultural traditions of Ghana with their look but most importantly exude much happiness as seen on their faces in these photos. Checkout more photos Check out photos from Ghanaian actor, Harry Bentil’s traditional wedding Check

Ghana To Use Specialised Drones To Transport Essential Commodities To Remote Areas

Written by | July 26, 2018 | 0
To ensure successful implementation of the Universal Access to Health Care (UHAC) and end AIDS by 2030 using technology and innovation, the government of Ghana will in October introduce drones in transporting essential medicines to inaccessible areas. The drones, which would be used in conveying essential medicines like epidemic and viral load samples and most importantly, blood would make Ghana the second in Africa after Rwanda to use drones to deliver blood and other needed supplies to rural villages in Ghana Dr Anthony Nsiah-Asare, Director General of the Ghana Health Service made this known in an interview with the Ghana News Agency after he had participated in a panel discussion session as part of the on the on-going 22nd International AIDS Conference at the RAI Convention

Model turned Designer Damola Cruz Unveils Label Alan Cruzer; Drops ‘The Bespoke Luxury Collection’

Written by | July 20, 2018 | 0
Damola Cruz Nigerian bespoke tailoring company Alan Cruzer has dropped their 2018 Bespoke Luxury Collection. The modern fashion brand by top model turned designer Damola Cruz Adebowale supply men with all their needs from custom suits, shirts, and accessories including shoes, ties, cufflinks, and all other customized accessories. Modeled by the designer, the collection showcases well-tailored bespoke suits for different types of grooms and their bridal party. The pieces are all made from the finest fabrics. However, the collection is bridal themed, it is not limited to grooms only. The pieces are suitable for all kinds of special occasions. According to the designer, “Alan Cruzer Bespoke traditionally cut from a pattern drafted from scratch for our customer, and so differs from

Anita Akuffo Is Our ‘Style Crush Thursday’

Written by | July 19, 2018 | 0
Yes it’s a Thursday and so you know it is time for our style crush and today, we are crushing on this look TV presenter, Anita Akuffo is rocking. The raffle hand African print long top is absolute style goals and we love how she styled it up with a matching mini white skirt, and white strap heels. She is definitely serving slays goals and we are loving it. Check out how fine she is slaying tell us if you are crushing the look as much as we are. Background She is the host of Fashion GH TV show, Anita Akua Akuffo, has disclosed that her father is against what she does as TV Presenter and her involvement in show-business in general. According to Anita the lack of support from her dad is the reason why she has decided to dress decent and takes her appearance very serious so as not to bring shame

6 Signs You Need A Job Change Now!

Written by | May 21, 2018 | 0
Photo credit- iStock 1.Your job impacts your mood even after work The level of your happiness elevates on weekends considering the environment of your workplace. If your boss perceives you as a partner and if you believe working in a trusted environment is necessary, then your happiness increases exponentially. On the contrary, if work conditions do not fulfill, then you might have a pretty low self-esteem which can affect your mood even during non-work hours. To suss things out, ask your family and friends about your mood on the weekends. While occasional low points are to be expected, ask them whether or not your mood has seemed consistently sour. If so, it may be time for a change. Sign #2. Professional development has plateaued If you’re not dealing with new projects and are unable

7 Reasons Why You Need a Pro MC for Your Wedding

Written by | May 18, 2018 | 0
Photo credit – Weddors/Kwabena Quainoo A professional Master of Ceremonies (MC) is a MUST for a successful event. Events in Ghana have evolved and operating at a professional level, hence the serious stakeholders are making efforts to meet the professional demand. One of the most sidelined event service providers is the MC. As a pro MC myself, I have heard comments like “The money is finished. The food, drinks, DJ, photographer and decor are too expensive” We are like the Marketing Department in any firm, our budget is the first to be slashed when the need be. But the question is, can the food, drinks, DJ and decor alone make the event worth attending? I have personally been told “One of my cousins is funny and good at talking, he will MC the reception” Such statements make

Simple Tips On Caring For A Disabled Child

Written by | May 18, 2018 | 0
Photo credit – Shutterstock Tips on caring for a disabled child Caring for a disabled child can make your daily parenting duties, such as feeding, toilet training and getting them to sleep, more challenging. Feeding and eating A disabled child may have problems with feeding and eating for many different reasons, such as: physical problems that cause difficulty swallowing, chewing, sucking or digesting certain foods limited mobility, which might make it difficult to sit up to eat or drink a learning disability It might take longer for your child to be able to feed themselves, but developing the skills to do so can also help them in other ways, such as with speech and language development and co-ordination. Your health visitor can advise you on many aspects of feeding and weaning your

5 Exercises To Remove Underarm Fat And Breast Side Fat

Written by | May 18, 2018 | 0
Photo credit – En.lavidalucida.com Chest Press This exercise works your chest muscles, which is the “side boob” area along with your shoulders and triceps. To execute, lie on a bench or a medicine ball with a dumbbell in each hand and your feet flat on the floor. Push the dumbbells up so that your arms are directly over your shoulders and your palms. Then lower the dumbbells down and a little to the side until your elbows are slightly your shoulders. Repeat this motion 8 to 10 times. Staggered Push-Ups Stand with your feet hip distance apart holding a dumbbell in each hand with your knees slightly bent. Keeping your back straight, lean forward until your torso is about a 45-degree angle. Bring the weights together in front of you until your arms for a circle. Then slowly, raise

What Is The Link? Salt And Diabete

Written by | May 9, 2018 | 0
Photo credit – Financialtribune.com Diabetes is characterized by high blood glucose either because the body does not produce enough insulin or where the body cells do not respond to insulin or both. Diabetes causes certain types of cancer, heart attacks, heart diseases, kidney diseases, eye problems and strokes among others. Taking high amounts of salt causes retention of fluids in the body, causing the heart to exert more pressure in the arteries as the blood is thicker and this may destroy the arteries and lead to high blood pressure and destroy the kidneys. This brief article familiarizes the reader just what salt is, it’s connection to diabetes and how it can be controlled. Sodium chloride also known as salt is composed of 40% sodium and 60% chloride. Sodium is an essential mineral

5 Prayers To Transform Your Workplace

Written by | May 9, 2018 | 0
Photo credit – Theprayingwoman.com I was well into my fourth year as a high school special education teacher when the looming cloud of burnout began drifting uncomfortably close. Determined not to fall into the statistic of special education teachers who leave the profession within the first five years, I needed a fresh wave of encouragement to wash over me and breathe life into my weary soul. Part of my discouragement stemmed from the fact that I was a devoted Christ-follower in a secular system – a system with strict rules that prohibited me from sharing my faith in the classroom. I was wrestling with my calling when an older woman from my church suggested I use the verses of Colossians 1:9-12 as a prayer guide for my students and coworkers. What I discovered in the months that