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#FixTheCountry demonstration in Accra



The ghanaian youth from across the country have joined forces to lament about the many ways Ghanaians are suffering in a country, the protesters both young and old are on the street rally against the government led by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

The blame for the status quo is being laid right on the doorstep of the Ghanaian political elites who many accuse of going into politics to enrich themselves rather than to solve the basic problems of the everyday Ghanaian.

Housing, education, healthcare, good-paying jobs, and many other crucial necessities of the Ghanaian are not being addressed.

That is why on Founders’ Day, young Ghanaians are taking to the streets with the #FixTheCountry demonstration, a campaign that started online and now represents an outcry of the Ghanaians.


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Ghanaian Designer Christie Brown has Unveiled their Ready-to-wear Collection (Resort 2021)



One of Ghana’s luxury womenswear brands; Christie Brown has unveiled their Resort 2021 ready-to-wear collection with aesthetic moments, shared in a fashion show preview to sort of officially present the new collection to the guests and the fashion industry all over Ghana. This so much anticipated event was held at the Mix Design Hub in Accra on Saturday, 15th May 2021, and live-streamed on Instagram.

The show was produced by Ghanaian-based fashion media, Debonair Afrik; with images captured through the lens of Vine Images, a local photographer. The collection featured voluminous sleeved kimonos, embroidered corset-wrapped blouses, jumpsuits with corset bodices and much, much more to be admired. They were exquisitely crafted with fabrics such as Batik, Cotton Batik, Linen, and Batik Dyed Linen.


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Rihanna is officially a billionaire, becoming richest female musician



Rihanna has officially entered the billionaire’s club, Forbes reported on Wednesday.

Forbes estimates that the pop star and business mogul — founder of fashion house Fenty as well as makeup line Fenty Beauty — is now worth $1.7 billion, making her the wealthiest female musician in the world and the second-wealthiest female entertainer in the world after Oprah Winfrey.

In 2017, the 32-year-old launched Fenty Beauty, an inclusive cosmetics line that made waves for catering to a wide range of individuals. Rihanna owns 50% of the company and has brought in $1.4 billion in less than 5 years. It is under the LVMH conglomerate, which made her the first Black woman under the historical, multinational group.

Fenty Beauty isn’t the only thing bringing in huge money for the star as Savage X Fenty has also proven to be a huge success. In February, the lingerie company raised $115 million in funding at a $1 billion valuation, according to Forbes.

Outside of her flourishing music career, Rihanna has achieved one more significant accomplishment as a business mogul.

With Fenty Beauty and Savage X Fenty keeping her so busy, fans are now left wondering when or if she will ever release another studio album. Since releasing her 2016 album “Anti,” the singer has only appeared as a feature on songs with Drake, DJ Khaled, and PartyNextDoor.

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What Happen at the DJs Union of Ghana Nationwide Health Walk



The DJs Union Of Ghana (DJUGA) on Saturday organized a historic health walk for Disc Jockeys (DJs) nationwide.

The walk, first of its kind was on the theme: “Healthy DJs, Stronger Industry.”

Over 1,000 people undertook the walk nationwide, which began, in Accra at the Maxmart Shopping arcade through the Liberation Road to Accra Mall, Dwinase GPRTU station through Dwinase township and back to Dwinase station in Western North Region, Ho Dome Park through the Civic Centre

The health walk was supported by Hitz FM, Lucozade Orange, Special Ice drinking water, Milo, Fresher drinks, Soundcheck Entertainment, Cheezy Pizza, Merqury Republic, Superyogo, and Accra Mall.

Participants including veteran DJ and a patron of the association, Reverend Azigiza, founder of the union, Merqury Quaye, interim national vice president, Hubert Kofi Anti, DJ Toyor, DJ Ikon, DJ Yawuzy, Mona, DJ MJ, DJ Emparo, DJ Lomo, Jennifer Ophelia Dzokpo, Miss Intercontinental Ghana 2020, singer iOna, DJ Edita, DJ X and a host of others, were then taken through an aerobic session by Gym Ike, after which participants were advised on health-related issues.

There were activities in including dance aerobics, a special performance by Mona, a football match in Western North, among others.

In an interview, Merqury Quaye, the founder of DJs Union of Ghana (DJUGA), said the purpose was to help maintain the healthy lifestyle of their members, patrons, and partners.

Source: GBAfrica

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