Friday, 30 September 2011

NEWS-ONE has received reports that Ghanaian actress Luckie Lawson is on the verge of splitting with her husband, Michael Gyan, after they tied the nuptial knot two years ago.
Information available to NEWS-ONE says the two are planning to go to court to get a divorce despite biblical admonition in Mark 10: 7-9 that “a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh. So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate.”
None of them is willing to listen to advice from their family members not to divorce for the sake of their young son. 
Luckie is currently living in the United State of America with the little boy, looking very beautiful than before.
She is expected to bounce back to town for the divorce proceedings.  
The whereabouts of Michael is not yet known but months ago, he was spotted driving around the University of Ghana campus.
The two got married in September 2009 after they went to court to sign a certificate to renew their vows in the presence of their family and other witnesses.
That was followed by a big reception at the actress’s Villa Garden restaurant at Asylum Down in Accra which is currently closed.
It is not clear what is causing the alleged divorce, however sources said it all started when Michael returned from his France hideout to Ghana.
NEWS-ONE spotted them together at the time having a jolly ride.
But the source said they had a frosty relationship before the lady returned to the USA where she grew up before coming to Ghana.
 “It is because they decided to break up that is why Luckie closed Villa Garden and returned to US without telling anyone.”
Efforts to get both Luckie and Michael to speak to the allegation proved futile.
A source said Luckie was also running some businesses in the USA.  

Newly-elected president of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), Bice Osei Kufour, has said that the union is taking new steps to increase its membership and also get a new database.

As a result, the union would be embarking on a massive re-registering programme from October 12 at the National Theatre in Accra to re-register old members and register new members.
It is not quite clear how MUSIGA’s constitution approves of the re-registration of old members but Obour said the decision fell within the tenets of their constitution as every member, after a every year, needed to renew his/her membership.
“MUSIGA has membership of 3000, with 800 members.  By the end of our tenure of office, we would have increased MUSIGA membership by 500 percent. We will be embarking on a massive re-registering programme.
“So I use this opportunity to inform everybody that on October 12 at the National Theatre, the process will start. Be you an arranger, sound engineer, programmer, chorister, bands man and anybody who has to do with music, you can come to register,” Obour said.   
He made the statements at a press conference on Wednesday at MUSIGA office to announce a long list of musicians he will be working with and his four-year blue print to make life better for his fellow musicians in Ghana.
He said his administration’s main focus for the four-year mandate would be finding absolute solutions to the numerous problems of musicians, rebranding MUSIGA to be extremely attractive to investors and also ensure a culture of accountability and transparency.
He said his administration would provide free healthcare and free legal advice for its members on music-related issues. He also promised to ensure that they provided a pension scheme for members as well as encourage music education in schools.
Obour said his administration would work closely with Government to bring about policies that would inure to their benefit, emphasizing they would do the same with event organizers.
The above, he claimed, were just an overview of the broader program he planned to undertake within his four-year tenure.
He took the opportunity to name a number of musicians who are part of his administration and swore them into office.
Some of the persons sworn in included Rex Omar, chairman of business and finance committee; Ben Brako, chairman of fund raising committee; Nana Tuffour, director of highlife; Dela Hayes as national women’s organiser; Blakk Rasta as African music ambassador; Rocky Dawuni as world music ambassador; Obrafour as director of hiplife; Okyeame Kwame as public relations officer; Tic Tac as director of music relations directorate.

Hip-life sensation Stay Jay, known in real life as William Kojo Johnson, has arrived in London where he will be performing as part of a Hip Life and Afrobeat Festival on September 30.
Stay Jay left the shores of Accra on Monday with other Ghanaian artistes who are also billed to perform at the event.
Stay Jay is known for his hit songs, ‘Sha She Wowo’ and ‘Yenko Nkoaa’ which are receiving massive airplays at joints and on radio across the length and breadth of the country.
The London event will take place at the Indigo 02 Arena and will have other renowned Ghanaian acts like Tiffany, Atumpan, Ruff N Smooth, Castro, Kwabena Kwabena and a number of UK artistes.
Speaking on Hitz FM, Stay Jay expressed excitement about being part of the show, saying it had been a dream come true and thanked God Almighty.
He added that he had been looking forward to meet and interact with his fans abroad and the show was a good opportunity for that.
He is expected to return October 2 to prepare for Joy FM’s annual Old Skuul Reunion, which is scheduled to take place October 8 at the Trade Fair Center.
Stay Jay, who started music nine years ago, came onto the commercial music scene in 2010 with the album, ‘Repetition’. Currently he is making preparations towards releasing his second album.
Stay Jay is expected to perform at the Miss Ghana's Queen Pageant in Amsterdam, Holland on October 15.

Rap Doctor Okyeame Kwame is enjoying the cry of a new baby in his home after his wife, Anika Ohenewa Nsiah Apau, delivered a new bouncing baby girl on Tuesday evening at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.
A happy Okyeame told NEWS-ONE on Wednesday that even though God was the one who gave children, two children were ok for him. He however said he would not hesitate to compromise if his lovely wife wanted more babies.
“I am grateful that God has blessed me with human being to take care of and I hope he will give me the understanding, the strength and the financial wellbeing to take care of my family.
I think God can give me more babies but with my human strength, I think two is ok. I am good. I don’t want to saddle my wife with child bearing but I am ready to compromise if she wants more,” he emphasized.
The rapper wanted to keep the news about his new baby exclusive to some newspapers.
But loud mouth Obour, the president of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), broke the news while meeting journalists to outline his vision for his four-year mandate as president at the MUSIGA office.
Okyeame, who was with his first born, looked so happy and spoke with passion when journalists asked him about his new baby.

The world would see more of Ghanaian designer clothes and fabrics when ‘Ties That Bind’ hits the screens as the movie’s lead actresses including Hollywood star Kimberly Elise are captured rocking some Da Viva fabrics.
Da Viva Fabric was the signature textile for the Leila Djansi movie that is scheduled for release in Ghana this December.
Da Viva fabrics have diverse themes, colors and designs inspired by the purest traditions from around the world and are made of pure cotton.
“We are very excited to work with Da Viva. They costumed both ‘Sinking Sands’ and ‘Ties That Bind’. I personally requested for Da Viva because they have a very unique design; it is very afropolitan. It’s not loud and allows you to blend costume and environment seamlessly. I don’t like it when costume stands out in a film. It’s important it blends into the story and the characters, thus allowing the viewer to concentrate on story, not clothes and Da Viva afforded us that opportunity,” Leila Djansi, director of ‘Ties That Bind’ told
Costumed by Mabel Germain, the three lead actresses of ‘Ties That Bind’, Kimberly Elise, Ama K Abebrese and Omotola Jalade Ekeinde as well as other cast members wore signature pieces from Da Viva.


Wednesday, 28 September 2011

It is barely a month more for selected Ghanaian filmmakers to make the country proud on an international film platform at this year’s UK Screen Nation Awards.
The award has been at the forefront of acknowledging the best in Black British talent for over seven years and this year’s edition is scheduled for October 16 in London at the O2 Indigo. 
Two Ghanaian actresses, Ama K Abebrese and Jackie Appiah, have been nominated for Favourite West African Actress alongside Nigeria’s Genevieve Nnaji, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Mercy Johnson and Funke Akindele.
Again, Ghanaian actors Majid Michel and John Dumelo also got nominated for Favourite West African Actor. They are in the category with Nollywood giants Osita Iheme, Ramsey Nouah, Mike Ezuruonye and Hakeem Kae Kazim of ‘Pirates of Caribbean’ fame.
Also, ‘Sinking Sands’,  directed by top Ghanaian director Leila Djansi and Shirley Frimpong Manso’s ‘Perfect Picture’ have been nominated to compete with  Ije’, ‘The Mirror Boy’, ‘Inale’ and ‘The Figurine’ from Nigeria.
Winning the above awards also depends on public voting and Ghanaians who wish to stand by their stars can vote for them by visiting the website
Indications are that a lot of Nigerians are voting, therefore if the Ghanaian stars and movies do not get more votes, the Nigerians will most likely sweep all the awards.
The Screen Nation Awards was founded by renowned film producer, Charles Thompson MBE.
Hosted by husband and wife team Angellica Bell and Michael Underwood, the caliber of this year’s recipients promises to be exceptional.
In the past, it nominated and honoured top names as Horace Ove, Will Smith, Eamonn Walker, Spike Lee, Danny Glover, Floella Benjamin, Angela Bassett, Nia Long, Rudolph Walker, Queen Latifah, and still counting.
This year, Gabby Sidibe, Kimberley Elise, Monique, Paula Patton and Zoe Saldana have also been nominated for Favourite Female Screen Personality (US Film/TV).
The rest included Anthony Mackie, Denzel Washington, Hill Harper, Michael K. Williams and Tyler Perry who are also competing for Favourite Male Screen Personality (US Film/TV).
Other categories of the award include Favourite International Film (US), Favourite Male TV Star, Favourite Female TV Star and other special honors.

Ghana’s youngest sound engineer and singer Richie, and ‘Home Sweet Home’ actor Fred Johnson on Wednesday joined the chiropractic community to celebrate 116 years of chiropractic subsistence in the world.
Chiropractic is the treatment of injuries through the movement of joints, especially the spine.
It is also a form of alternative medicine that emphasizes on diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, especially the spine, under the hypothesis that these disorders affect general health via the nervous system.
Early this month, as part of activities to further raise awareness, the Chiropractic and Wellness Centre (CWC) in Ghana named three icons- Reggie Rockstone, Riche and Joseph Agbeko- as its health ambassadors.
The CWC has its head office located in Asylum Down, adjacent Roxbury night club, with affiliates in Takoradi, Kumasi and Cape Coast.
The three stars will use their image to project chiropractic treatment on various platforms.
Last Wednesday, Richie and TV star Fred Johnson joined members of the CWC to celebrate the day at the Asylum Down center in Accra.
The celebration attracted a lot of patrons of chiropractic treatment. Among them were top business executives and bankers. Patrons were taken through a tour of the CWC facility while others got free massages and other free treatments.
There was also a drama sketch, performed by workers at the centre, to depict what people would eventually become when they get chiropractic treatment.
Speaking at the ceremony, Dr. Marcus A. Manns, founder and CEO of CWC, said, “CWC mission is to educate and adjust as many families as possible towards optimum health and well-being through natural chiropractic care.”
He said he would be touring parts of the country with a team of foreign chiropractors to examine children suffering from autism, an ailment that is chiropractic related. Autism is a mental disorder that affects children, particularly their ability to relate to other people.
According to Dr. Marcus, his first experience as a chiropractor was treating autistic person, hence he wanted to help children in Ghana who had the same problem.  
The CWC is committed to educating, empowering and equipping many people towards creating optimum health and well being through chiropractic and total wellness lifestyle. With Richie, Reggie and Agbeko as its ambassadors, lives will definitely be saved.

Fresh looking actor Eddie Watson, who joined Ghana’s movie industry not too long ago, is making it big in the industry.
Eddie is said to be one of the busiest actors in Ghana.
There are rumuors that the actor is currently on set in Nigeria where he is starring in a movie titled ‘Lust’.
This is Eddie’s first time of acting in Nigeria and he is starring alongside actors like Ngozi Ezeonu and Queen Nwokoye.
According to sources, the actor could soon become one of the household names in Nollywood as other producers are after him.
In Ghana, he is known for his role with top actress Yvonne Nelson in Abdul Salam’s, ‘4play Reloaded’.
Eddie joined Ghana’s movie industry less than three years ago. He first starred in Bandex Productions’ ‘Million’ where he played the role of Kofi Adjorlolo’s bodyguard. He has also starred in movies like ‘Masters of The Game’ and ‘Turn Me On’.
Subsequently, he got scripts for yet-to-be-released ‘Somewhere In Africa,’ and ‘A Reason To Kill’.
Eddie, a Liberian, attended the College of West Africa and continued at the University of Liberia where he majored in Economics.

Monday, 26 September 2011

Actress Yvonne Okoro’s first experience working with director Shirley Frimpong is on the latter’s running 10-chapter movie, ‘Adams Apples’.
She described her experience with Shirley as comfortable.
Even though she did not compare her to other producers and directors in the industry, Yvonne told NEWS-ONE that it had been exciting working on Shirley’s set.
She said she was happy working with her because she was professionally treated.
“Oh yeah, we get along very well. I think she knows what she is doing and she understands what she is doing. I think that is the most important thing. And she loves what she is doing at the end of the day. So if even there is no money at the end, it is the fact that you love what you are doing. That is the most important thing. I think when you turn to love what you are doing, you turn to get rich profits, and you turn to understand the craft…” she described Shirley’s passion for her job and current production.
Yvonne plays Baaba, one of the Adams women. In the opening chapter of the series, she struggles to forgive her estranged husband for his indiscretions whilst her own tear her apart.
In chapter two, an ugly pre-divorce fight ensues between Baaba and her husband which pushes the latter to give Baaba an ultimatum if she has to continue to spend time with their daughter.
At the end of chapter four, the only one for whom things seem to turn out okay is Baaba who is working things out with her eager husband. But there are indications that things may change in subsequent chapters.
Yvonne Okoro has within a short period gathered a large fan base.
She has also made a breakthrough into Nollywood with some roles out there. 
Yvonne made her first appearance in 2002 when she featured in ‘Sticking to Promise’, and later in the soap opera ‘Tentacles’, both produced by Theo Akatugba. Currently, she has a number of movies to her credit. Yvonne had a successful career before she left for France to further her education some years ago. She enrolled at the Universite de Norte where she studied French Civilization and Culture and also did a bit of drama and marketing. She returned to Ghana last year to pick up from where she left off.

A nineteen-year-old Sierra Leonean beauty, Kadiatu Conteh, last Saturday outshined other sexy beauties from Ghana, Nigeria, Benin and other West African countries to emerge winner of the September edition of the Exopa Fashion Café.
Kadiatu, a student of IPMC, took over from the August winner Millicent Ansomah, a former student of the International School for Aviation, Tema, after interesting rounds of talent performances in modeling and more.
She walked away with a two-year educational and management contract with Exopa Model Agency in Ghana and Germany, and other prices from Exopa.
Kadiatu, during her reign as Miss NEWS-ONE, would enjoy free publicity and promotion opportunity from the paper and its other affiliates.
All 10 contestants during the night showed their worth in different categories including African fabrics summer wear segment, dance segment, bikini display, corporate wear and a segment where the contestants spoke about themselves.
The judges also looked out for ladies with enough confidence, good modeling techniques and above all a good chemistry with their audience.
Perhaps, the unique aspect of this month’s show was that not all contestants were Ghanaians. Some were from countries like Nigeria, Benin, Sierra Leone and others within the sub region. 
A Beninois contestant, Nancy, who eventually took the first runner-up spot, got quite a number of fashion observers yearning for her to win.
However, the Sierra Leonean lady charmed judges Jon Germain, Tinny and Ebenezer (boxer Joseph Agbeko’s manager) with her sexy moves to win the competition. The second runner-up position went to Rosegun Kwaakye. 
The ceremony attracted a number of showbiz names and local media.
Controversial movie director Socrates Sarfo was at the event to observe and perhaps give some of the girls an opportunity to star in his movie in the not-too-distant future.
Also present was Bulldog, CEO of Bullhaus Entertainment, the power behind hip life trio, 5five.
The Fashion Café was put together by the Exopa Modeling Agency in collaboration with NEWS-ONE, with the aim of encouraging the modeling industry and also helping persons who want to become professional models achieve their dreams.
Saturday’s event was the second of its kind. The fashion cafe will be held on the last Saturday of every month at the Exopa Burg behind the Ghana International Trade Fair Center, La, from 9pm.
There also were some musical performances from Natural Face of Bullhaus Entertainment, Black Cat and a number of underground artistes.
Designs for the night were by Nicho Line clothing, Nana Aba’s clothing and House of Divas. 
Like the previous event, the show was climaxed with an after-party at the Exopa Burge.

Actor Majid Michel added one more year with a birthday celebration last week.
He turned 31 on Thursday September 22 and he reportedly spent the day with family and friends in the USA last week.
He has since received a lot of congratulatory messages from friends, especially fellow actors.
It is not clear whether he will have a big birthday party later this month to celebrate his birthday.
However, it is obvious that Majid hardly organizes parties as he is always busy on set.       
He was born September 22, 1980 in Accra to a Lebanese father and Ghanaian mother. He grew up in Accra and attended St. Theresa's Primary School, and Mfantsipim School.
Majid Michel, who has featured in quite a number of Ghanaian and Nollywood movies, has gradually become a leading man in both industries.
He first starred in his the movie, ‘Divine Love’ in 2004 which also featured Jackie Appiah and Van Vicker.
Since then, Majid has gone on to star in dozens of movies, some of which include ‘Bursting Out’, ‘Checkmate’, ‘Silent Scandal’, ‘The Game’, ‘Somewhere In Africa’, ‘4play’, ‘Chelsea’ andCrime to Christ’.
He has won a number of awards within a short period of time.
Some of them are Ghana Movie Awards Best Actor, ZAFAA Award and NAFCA. He also received several nominations from African Movie Academy Awards.

Vice President John Dramani Mahama is expected to grace the prestigious edition of the annual Ghana-United Kingdom-Based  Achievement (GUBA) Awards event scheduled to be held on November 6, 2011, at the Park Plaza Riverbank London, 18 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TJ.
The Vice President’s presence will bolster the string of public figures and noteworthy guests billed to attend the event which attracts Ghanaian industry movers and shakers abroad.
This year, the spectacular event, a celebration of achievement within the Ghanaian and African community in the UK, will honour 21 individuals and businesses that have made an outstanding impact during the period July 2010 to July 2011, in the industries of commerce, the professional sector, sports and entertainment.
Tullow Oil, Lady Gifty Tetteh, Jollof Pot, DJ Abrantee, Black Stars’ Asamoah Gyan and Emmanuel Frimpong, Ghana-based Peace FM’s Kwami Sefa Kayi, BBC’s Ibrahim Sannie Daara and Lord Paul Boateng are amongst the nominees of this year’s event.
As part of this year’s 100 years of worldwide cocoa trade, Samuel Awuni also seeks to win the Best Ghanaian Farmer Award as the youngest-ever recipient.
TV personality and GUBA founder Dentaa remarked: “Hopefully, GUBA will be part of the process that will contribute to making change; as events like GUBA will put Ghana and Africa in the spotlight for all the right reasons, attracting investment and drawing awareness to young Ghanaian rising stars and entrepreneurs in the community”.
Meanwhile, votes are being cast at

Viasat 1 last week Thursday brought a number of Ghanaian journalists together to celebrate their job as part of the TV station’s outdoor event dubbed Viasat 1 Media Bar.
The media bar is a programme that aims at bringing media personnel together to socialize, network and engage in discussions that inure to their benefit while they also entertain themselves.
some of Viasat 1 newscasters
The Hollywood lounge at the Citizen Kofi Entertainment Centre, Osu, was the venue for the exciting occasion which attracted a number of personnel from various media houses in Ghana, including NEWS-ONE.
Majority among them were members of staff of Viasat and entertainment journalists.
Ama K Abebrese, Joselyn Dumas, Ameyaw Debrah, Francis Addo, Eugene Osafo Nkansah, Ebenezer Ananfio, Famous Atitsogbe, Obed Boafo and Jimmy Quist were just a few of the names at the event.     
There were adequate drinks and khebabs to party with as well as good music from Citizen Kofi DJs of the event.
Viasat 1 is part of the international entertainment group Modern Times Group MTG AB. MTG is the largest TV operator in Scandinavia and the Baltic States and is majority shareholder in Russia’s biggest independent television network.
MTG runs its own free-TV channels in a total of eleven countries and pay-TV channels in a total of 24 countries.
The TV station in Ghana is not relenting on its aim of taking over the airways and the media bar was one of the strategic moves to achieve that aim.

Friday, 23 September 2011

Iyiola Ayoade, CEO, Charter House, GH One TV, Bashorun Dele Momodu & Paul Adom Otchere

Popular restaurant, House of Ovation has been relocated from its Osu base to Airport West.
This was followed by a re-launching ceremony last week Thursday September 15.
The new location, at the heart of West Airport (the street behind the residence of former President Kuffour), is a prime location that guests will come to love as they enjoy the serenity of the capital.
The new House of Ovation also boasts of spacious rooms that can host a lot more people.
The tastefully-decorated House of Ovation hosted for its first afternoon, a buffet lunch and the guest list was just as impressive as the menu on offer.
They included the Nigerian High Commissioner to Ghana, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro, President of Nigerian professionals in Ghana Otumba Michael Ayayi and Princess Adelaide Ofori.
Others were the host of Good Evening Ghana Paul Adom Otchere, former Ghanaian beauty queen Inna Patty, social commentator Steve Mawuyenga, Wendy Ofori-Attah, songstress Efya and Mrs. Baaba Banda.
The food on offer was a feast for the eyes even before one tasted it.
The well-laid-out buffet included various rice dishes, chicken that had been prepared in many ways as well as pepper soup that came with soft drinks and varied wines and liquor. There was also Nkowbi (a kind of fufu from dried yam), Ewedu stew (Ademe) with Afeng (kind of millet banku). It was a feast for kings.
The atmosphere was a mixture of relaxed conversation mixed with whiffs of sumptuous aromas that rose into the air and gave the restaurant an exotic feel. One immediately became hungry on entry into the restaurant from the smell alone.
The House of Ovation, which is decorated with beautiful paintings and the comfortable seats with African-designed arm pillows, comes with first rate service at a rather competitive price that beckons one to come back.
After lunch, the CEO of House of Ovation, Chief Dele Momodu, revealed the philosophy behind the relocation. He disclosed the restaurant’s desire to remain exclusive and appropriately cater to the security and exclusive needs of its patrons.
It was revealed also that a new management headed by Evelyn Nartey, a professional with close to a decade of experience in the hospitality industry in England, has been put in place. The restaurant will be operating all through the week and also run 24 hours a day.

Liberia-born Ghanaian rapper Sonny Jamaal Tayshaun Tubman, popularly known as Scientific, will officially announce his presence on Ghana’s music scene with an anticipated huge launch party for his debut album, ‘Da New Era.
The party is scheduled for the Aphrodisiac night club tomorrow Saturday September 24, where the rapper has promised to wow fans with amazing performances.
The album has been “cooking” since the beginning of this year and it is now ready for consumption. The 14-track album features Jayso, EL, Irene Logan, Sarkodie, Castro, Trigmatic, Jimmy Blac, Rumour, Fritz and a number of Ghanaian artistes. A number of crème de la crème of Ghana’s showbiz industry are expected to be at the launch. Dr. Cryme, VIP and Efya will be there to support Scientific. The ceremony, which will start at 9pm, will have Ghanaian showbiz personality and fashion designer KOD as MC, while DJs on rotation include DJ K3v from South Africa, DJ Black, DJ Armani, DJ Mick Smith, DJ Champaign and DJ Chrome from Nigeria.
Ahead of the big launch, Scientific organized a pre-launch cocktail party for invited industry players and corporate individual at the Grand Pappaz on Thursday evening. This is the first time such a thing has happened in Ghana.
Scientific told NEWS-ONE that a variety of songs on the upcoming album favoured everybody.
“There are a lot of classic songs on the album. Everybody can get a touch out it,” he said.
He stated that he titled the album ‘Da New Era’, “because I feel I’m the guy to change game. I feel like the new guy who will change the trend. Everybody is doing the dance thing; I am brining a new hip hop in Africa.”  Born in Liberia but bred in Ghana, Jamaal Tubman is famed for his freestyle raps.

The Exopa Modeling Agency will tomorrow Saturday September 24 stage the September edition of its exciting fashion and modeling event dubbed ‘Exopa Fashion Café’.
The event is a platform to display different designs of clothes, especially miniskirts and bikinis with the aim of projecting summer tourism.
The first edition took place on August 27 at the Exopa Burge and it was successful, with top stars Tinny, Lydia Forson, Joseph Agbeko, Alex of Big Brother fame, silky-voiced Nii Soul, Jon Germain, Kokoveli and a number of   others passing through.
Tomorrow night’s event will come with a lot of exciting packages including planned display of Kente and African fabrics from fashion designers of the evening as well as a bikini show. 
The Fashion Cafe concept is also to celebrate Ghana’s fashion industry and also promote African fabrics while giving beautiful African ladies, particularly Ghanaians, the necessary training and opportunity to build a career in the modelling industry. The event hopes to revamp the fashion industry and offer runway show lovers a place to have fun.
The event is held every last Saturday of the month at the Exopa Burge, from 9pm. The contestants will go through various rudiments of modelling.
Winner of each month’s Miss NEWS-ONE segment of the Exopa Fashion Cafe will get a full page interview with NEWS-ONE and a 2-year contract with Exopa, both at home and abroad.
The winner of the December event will take home a GH¢300 cash prize, a weekend trip for two and a stay in a top hotel in Ghana.  Saturday’s show promises to be exciting.

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