Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Mehcad Brooks
There seems to be some love brewing between popular Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson and American actor and model, Mehcad Brooks.
Born Mehcad Jason McKinley Brooks, on October 25, 1980, he is an American actor and former fashion model.
He co-starred as Matthew Applewhite in the season of ABC’s hit series ‘Desperate Housewives’ from 2005 to 2006.
Lydia Forson
The Ghanaian actress who is currently in the USA was last week caught making up with the Mehcad on social network twitter.  The ‘Perfect Picture’ actress openly professed love to the ‘Desperate Housewive’s actor, while Mehcad also interestingly addressed Lydia as ‘love,’ and added that he was a big fan of hers. 
 Lydia tweeted, “I’m in love with @MehcadBrooks, I love to see the birth of a star. Right from desperate housewives, true blood and now necessary roughness,” and ended the tweet with love symbol.
Mehcad replied saying, “@lydiaforson thank you love! Big fan.”
Lydia is currently not married and it is not clearly who she is dating now. She has managed to keep her relationship affairs under the wraps and out of the media. 
Checks on Mehcad also revealed he had a thing with Italian model Elisabetta Canalis. But it is not if they are still dating or he is married. reported in 2011 that, “the relationship between Italian model Elisabetta Canalis and ‘True Blood’ star Mehcad Brooks appears to have skidded to an abrupt halt following a spat in the lobby of her West Hollywood apartment building Thursday night.”
It is yet to be confirmed if indeed there is anything happening between the two stars.

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Eddie Nartey
Zynnell Lydia Zuh and Eddie Nartey

Khareema Aguiar

Khareema Aguiar
It is not very certain which man is warming the bed of Ghanaian actress, Khareema Aguiar but it is becoming obvious she is madly in love with someone.
The thick tall actress has been thanking her God for her man’s life and publicly declaring: “Can’t let go,” she posted on social network facebook. 
 “Be careful who you fall in love with because a man worth keeping is a man who finds it hard to hurt you when you haven’t hurt him, that’s when you know a woman raised him. If you end up with a man raised by a man, he will never feel a pinch for you. Thank God for my man. Can’t let go,” she posted.
The ‘Checkmate’ actress on Monday evening took to social network to preach love and through the process she made the revelation about how loving her man was and she couldn’t let go.
Interestingly, she also said, “When a lady checks up on you often and gets little jealous sometimes, you should know she cares and thinks about you more than you may know, but often than not guys see that to be suffocating him or stalking him. Men if she doesn’t do any of these know that she may be busy elsewhere or u ain’t her superman.”
Khareema became very popular after her supporting role in Shirley Frimpong Manso’s ‘Checkmate’, starring alongside Nadia Buari, Ekow Blankson, Naa Ashorkor Mensah Doku and Senanu Gbedawo.
She surfaced on Ghana’s movie scene through the television series ‘All That Glitters’ on TV3 in 2005. Since then, she has appeared in a number of movies including ‘Turn Me On’.
NEWS-ONE once reported that the dreamy-eyed actress was facing one of the toughest decisions in her career as an actress because her rich Nigerian lover promised to marry her if she quits acting.
She was given a raw deal to choose between marriage and her career. But several months after that claim, she is still in Ghana’s movie industry. 

Monday, 24 June 2013

Crowd at the premiere
Movie goers in Ghana last Friday flooded the Sliverbird Cinemas at the Accra Shopping Mall to watch the premiere of the movie, ‘Man of Steel’.
The movie, which is considered one of Hollywood’s finest, was shown in Ghana for the first time since its release on the international market a couple of weeks ago.
Organisers of the premiere who spoke to NEWS-ONE after the viewing said they did not anticipate such a wonderful and massive crowd, and that they were looking forward to a day when Ghana and the rest of the world would actually premiere all the Hollywood movies around the same time if not on the same day.
“Growing up, everyone heard and watched the traditional Superman story but this version-Man of Steel- is nothing like we know. I’m so glad people came in their numbers to watch the movie being showed in Ghana for the first time,” one of the organisers stated.
Meanwhile, some viewers after the movie told the paper that they were surprised at the twist the movie took.
“We were expecting the normal Superman love story, but this ‘Man of Steel’ movie had some incredible stunts and effects which no one would have expected. The story line was so unique and I think this movie told the Superman story which has not been told in a long time. I appreciate the element of flashbacks that was used by the director of the movie. On the whole, I think the movie has matched up to my expectation,” a viewer who gave his name only as Richmond noted.
The Man of Steel movie talks about the early part of the comic book superhero Superman and how he started his numerous adventures.
Yvonne Okoro on BBC with Komla Dumor
Yvonne Okoro at BBC
Star actress Yvonne Okoro has said on BBC Focus on Africa that Ghanaian movie producers shy away from historic stories because they do not generate a lot of money in this part of the world.
Komla Dumor, the host, asked her if there was originality in African movies because Hollywood is telling their stories but he does not see Ghana or Africa going that direction. Komla went on to say he would love to see Yvonne play Yaa Asantewaa.
But the ‘Contract’ actress explained that “as much as it is great to tell our histories truthfully, it does not generate a lot of money and any producer would love to do a movie and make his money”.
Earlier, Friday morning, she told BBC Newsday (radio) that the movie industry in Ghana has been contributing to national development.
She said the industry is a source of employment for a lot of young people both in the creative arts industry and beyond.
Yvonne was interviewed on Newsday on Friday morning from 7:30am Ghana time and was broadcast to millions of listeners across the world.  She is the first Ghanaian actress to be on these shows.

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Yvonne Nelson, Ik and Adoyike
Stunning Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson brought some excitement to the pupils of Courage Primary School, Ikota Village in Lagos State last week Wednesday June 19 when she accompanied Nigerian model and actor Ik Ogbonna and singer Adokiye to donate some items to the school.
They donated writing materials including books, pencils, chalks, eraser and a cash amount.
Yvonne and her friends thrilled the kids who were overwhelmed by their presence. They took snapshots.
Currently, the leggy actress is in the UK and may be returning sometime this week.
Over the weekend, news filtering in from Nigeria indicated that she confirmed dating Nigeria’s music icon Iyanya following rumours that the two were lovebirds. quoted her as saying, “I think it’s time my fans get to know the whole truth so I’m going to let it all out. I dated one person here, he’s in the industry. There were too many lies in the relationship. I found out a whole lot of things and I just felt like he took advantage of me. I’m human; I’m not like a robot or anything. I just wanted the whole world to know what I was going through and I just wanted them to know that I was done with the relationship.”
Also Yvonne was quoted as saying she was appointed as the Face of Zaron Hair & Makeup.

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Uche Joan Iwuanyanwu

Cover of Awe Magazine
AWE Magazine, Ghana’s first ever feminine magazine was, over the weekend, launched at a special ceremony at the African Regent Hotel in Accra.
The AWE (Awesome Women Entrepreneurs) magazine promises to add a new dimension to the magazine industry in Ghana.
The launching ceremony attracted a number of important personalities including Matilda Amissah-Arthur, Second Lady of Ghana.
Launching the magazine Mrs. Amissah-Arthur reiterated the fact that, “AWE Magazine is just not a magazine but a gift which a mother should buy and give to her daughter, niece and females in general instead of that piece of fabric, jewellery and other material items.”

Her reason was that, the rich content which centred on how to start one’s business, legal affairs, business plan guide, fashion/lifestyle, and a lot more interesting articles and interviews, would serve as a benchmark for young businesses to achieve productivity.
She also said “this magazine could serve as a pointer for reference when the going gets tougher in your quest for excellence in doing business.”
AWE Magazine is an annual magazine which aims at empowering young and energetic females with the mission and vision of entrepreneurship.
The magazine has interesting articles about some accomplished entrepreneurs, young jet-getters and other interesting articles from well informed experts and contributors.
Franka-Maria Andoh is C.E.O/Editor-In-Chief of the first ever feminine magazine in Ghana.
She has been drumming the cause of female business owners since childhood due to attributes she picked from her mother who's 91 years old. No wonder the idea of a first female magazine has come to fruition.

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Proxzy is an emerging radio sensation from the Central Region of Ghana. Described as very talented, he is a presenter with Radio Windybay, a Winneba based radio station. Though he has no formal training in the profession, he has managed to win for himself a large fan base in Winneba and beyond.
He is now called ‘Fyah (fire) General’ due to his exploits on air, exhibiting so much creativity in what he does.
Born Anthony Kofi Hiengo, he is a graduate of the University of Education, Winneba and had his breakthrough in broadcasting while in school. He successfully hosted the most listened to programme on air in the Central Region, “

John Dumelo & Kafui Danku

Actress-turned-producer Kafui Danku has been explaining why she premiered her first movie as a producer, titled ‘Letters To My Mother’ in Lagos, Nigeria. According to her, “it’s not always supposed to be Ghanaian movie being premiered in Ghana, but rather all over Africa, because if we are able to get a few returns from every country, it will support productions. So apart from the movie premiere here in Nigeria, the movie is also going to tour other countries, while the showing continues in 10 ci
The collection of music demos across the country from up and coming musicians for the season two of the “MTN Hitmaker” reality show would come to an end this week.
There has been a lot of enthusiasm from young wannabe artistes as they made use of the opportunity to enter this mouthwatering competition.
Over the last four weeks MTN together with th

Friday, 21 June 2013

Yvonne Okoro and Adams Apples crew


Ghanaian high life legend Paapa Yankson is expected to make a comeback on the performing stage, several years after he appeared to have been missing in action.
He will be performing at a programme dubbed, Hilife Parade, scheduled for Saturday August 10, at the plush Marjorie Y Hotel in Tema. Paapa Yankson will share stage with youngsters Kwabena Kwabena and Kwesi Pee.
 Paapa Kofi Yankson is one of Ghana’s celebrated high life musicians. Coming Saturday will be his birthday, as he was born on June 22, 1944, at Winneba.  
His latent music flair was discovered at the funeral of a neighbour. He landed his first music contract during his mother's funeral. And for more than 30 years, Paapa Yankson has produced music that has brought life to many dead souls.
Even though both of his parents were musicians, they didn’t want him to take up singing. Instead they wanted him to have a white collar job.
After he left the Takoradi Methodist School he enrolled in the Ahantaman Secondary Commercial School where he studied and obtained a Certificate In Stenography. He got a job at the Kingsway Chemists Limited where he worked as a stenographer for five years. He later landed a job at the African Timber and Plywood Company, a subsidiary of the United African Company (UAC), at Samreboi. The company, UAC had a band, the Big Sound Band, so he played as the lead singer while he worked as a stenographer for the company for four years. There, his musical journey started.
He has composed many hit songs some of which have attracted national awards and nomination for awards. In 1997 his composition, ‘Yaaba’ won an award for Best Composition during the Komkomba Awards. His works, ‘Wiase Mu Nsem’, ‘Show Your Love’, ‘Wo Yere Anaa Wo Maame’, and ‘Tena Menkyen’ are among his hit songs.
Paapa Yankson has more than 15 albums to his credit and it is not surprising that some young hiplife artistes keep knocking at his door to feature him on their albums. He has taught and performed in many countries around the world including the US, Canada, Belgium, Britain, Germany, Holland, Nigeria, Benin and Cote D’Ivoire.

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Fourteen ladies have made it to the Miss Supranational Ghana’s house as part of the upcoming Miss Supranational Ghana pageant.
Organizers say they are ready to battle each other on their way to becoming the first ever Miss Supranational Ghana.
The franchise is coming to Ghana for the first time and the 14 beautiful ladies who are taking part are: Gertrude Baffour Tsibu, Patience Ansah, Malisa Kwarteng, Patience Aidoo, Evelyn Adu Dadzie, Richie Korkor Nartey, Mercy Nkansah, Afuah Peprah,  Emilia Thomson (Emily), Mayqueen Addison, Hawusi Felicia Mensah, Alexandrina Odoi, Misbii Eje and Florence Amegatsey.
Each of them has a unique talent in singing, dancing, acting, poetry, and fashion designing.
Apart from going through their daily challenges, competition, and being put to test, they will also go through various coaching.
 The ladies will be given a platform to perform to selected judges to escape eviction in the coming weeks.
But four ladies will be evicted before the grand finale through a weekly eviction session.

Sole 2 sole dancer
 Dance lovers residing in and around Accra have an opportunity to enjoy the best of dances as Fullish Art presents the dance drama dubbed ‘Sole 2 Sole’ in Ghana. 
 The ‘Sole 2 Sole’ concert will give a platform for traditional and hip-hop dances to face off on one big stage at Alliance Française on June 26.
‘Sole 2 Sole’ is aimed at bringing back the memories of all the dance moves that fall within the rhythms of hip-hop and those of our traditional rhythms.
The dances will be supported on the big stage with a synchronization of electronic beats and soothing rhythms from some traditional African drums.
Sole 2 Sole dancer
Fullish Art believes there are some dances that shouldn't be allowed to die off.
“We think dancing is one good social norm that tells stories of our societies. It also expresses a feeling, and serves as entertainment to the dancer and the audience. Another important reason for ‘Sole 2 Sole’ dance drama is to bring back some African traditional dances that many of the youth are not privileged to have seen,” the group noted.
When dance is combined with music, they scoop out the best feeling from people, and for that matter the concert will serve the audience with musical performances from some of Ghana's best emerging artistes.
In the DJ’s booth will be Ghana's exciting youngest disc jockeys and producer extraordinaire.
‘Sole 2 Sole’ is an initiative of Fullish, an events and management company, Sand supported by Alliance Française, CrymeRecords,, and YoyoTVGH. 

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Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Prince Tomety and Brian White
Award winning Ghanaian art director Tony Prince Tomety appears to be enjoying a whole new working experience in Hollywood, after working on  And Then There Was You’, a movie  directed by Leila Djansi’s which wrapped weeks ago.
The production had a lot of talented people, no wonder Tony found himself working in there because he is very good at what he does.
Among them are actress Garcelle Beauvais, Lynn Whitfield, Greg Vaughan, Leon Robinson, Kate Nauta and Trilby Glover.
The fine gentleman is still working out there and he is yet to speak about his experience working in Hollywood.
The Will Smith look-alike recently posted on his BlackBerry status saying, “I am here to stay. Oscar moment coming up,” and accompanied it with a photo of him in Hollywood.
Subsequent snapshots of him from the set had him posed with Brian White, American actor, producer, model, dancer and stockbroker.
Tony worked with the production design department of the film and there are high expectations over his performance.
 “I like his work a lot and I think it is good he explores what opportunities Hollywood may have for his talent which is underutilized in Ghana,” Leila told NEWS-ONE earlier this year about flying Prince to the USA to work.
Tony is a former student of National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI).  He has worked in Ghana’s movie industry as production designer and arts director for the past eight years and is credited with movies like ‘No Time To Die’, Leila’s ‘Sinking Sands’, and ‘Ties That Bind’, ‘Warrior Queen’, and others.
He also works on TV commercials and music videos and has a number of awards to his credit, including Best Art Direction award at NAFTI (2006) and Ghana Movie Awards (2010). It appears he i
Roger Quartey

Actor turned producer Roger Quartey has announced that his Roger Q Production is warming up for yet another award-winning release.
The production’s upcoming movie is titled ‘My Wife’s Husband’ and would be Roger’s fourth produc

Jon Germain

Singer and TV anchor Jon Germain last month returned as a judge on Exopa New Faces reality show, months after he left his post vacant.
The ‘In My Head’, crooner didn’t give reasons for his exit as the show was organized for awhile without him. But his return last month, according to a source, was for good. 
The Exopa New Faces contest is a modelling fashion event to help wannabe male and female models to explore and harness their modelling talent.
It is organized on the last Saturday of every month and winners of the contest get contract with the Exopa modelling agency.
Over the months, there have been attractive segments such as summer wear made of contemporary African fabrics by creative young designers, and music from energetic young and talented artistes among others.
Jon Germain has been a judge on the show since its inception. A number of other top showbiz icons passed through as judges for the event but Germain remained an in-house judge.
Hence, his exit became a topical issue among fashion and modelling enthusiasts.
Just last week he was in the news over his ‘In My Head’ song’s performance in the ongoing Big Brother: The Chase house.
The song was played and housemates liked it and requested for it to be played over and over again.
For about three different days some of the housemates repeatedly called for the song to be played saying, “Biggie we want to hear ‘In My Head’.” Prior to that some of the housemates sung alone when the song was first played. 

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Monday, 17 June 2013

Lydia Forson in her Duaba Serwaa design
Lydia Forson and Jay Ghartey
Bubbly actress Lydia Forson attended Saturday FACE List Awards in US in a Duaba Serwa designed outfit which revealed her very sexy contours. 
The FACE List Award was organized by Face2Face Africa in New York and brought together some respectable personalities from Africa and other parts of the world.
Lydia looked elegant with a combination of her long black dress and a cute dark-gold coloured jacket to go with her earrings.
The obverse of the long dress is styled to reveal her sexy thighs and allow easy walking.
Her red platform sandal heels complimented with her red fingernails to also augment her beautiful looks.
Lydia posed for photos with a number of people, including Ghanaian musician Jay Ghartey who was at the ceremony.
She arrived in the USA for the award on Saturday with fellow actress Jackie Appiah. While Lydia was invited as a special guest, Jackie was honoured at the ceremony.   
It is the first time in about three years that both actresses have come that close to each other after their feud over who really won the award for Best Actress in Leading Role in the 2010 edition of the African Movie Academy Awards.
Photos of the two actresses were captured on camera upon their arrival in New York.
It was either they were faking to the public that everything was cool between them or otherwise. 
But it is no long a secret that Jackie and Lydia had issues after they co-won AMAA Best Actress in 2010.
There was confusion over who would keep the trophy award after organizers gave them just one trophy at the initial stage. Also, when Jackie returned to Ghana and granted interviews, she created the impression as though she was the only person who won that category. The incident became a topical issue in Ghanaian media.
Since then the two actresses have not been seen togeth
Yvonne Okoro and sisters Roseline and Elizabeth
Popular actress Yvonne Okoro touched down in the United Kingdom on Saturday to join other cast of Sparrow Production’s ‘Adams Apples’.
Sources said the production has relocated to the UK to shoot at some new locations which are very necessary to the ‘Adams Apples’ story.
The production will hence spend weeks shooting in the UK before returning to Ghana.  But it’s unclear which other cast of ‘Adams Apples’ made it to the UK for the shoot.
Yvonne is, however, confirmed. The sexy actress just returned from France where she, Sandra Ankobiah and Elizabeth Okoro went holidaying. On that trip, they also went to Spain and transited to the UK before returning to Ghana.
Yvonne’s self produced ‘Contract’ will be hitting the movie market very soon. But prior to that there will be a special autograph signing session for
Nadia Buari and a dog
Popular Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari has decided to end all the rumours and innuendos about her love life by saying the love in her life at the moment is a “dog”.
The beautiful actress was previously reported to have secretly married after claims hiding an alleged baby.
She was also recently linked with Nollywood screen ‘bad boy’ Jim Iyke after they both attended the 2013 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
Even though the truth about their relationship was yet to be authenticated, further rumoured reports alleged that she has jilted Jim for another man whose name was given as Bomb Bacious Clay.
But when it comes to love, the daughter of former president of the Musicians Union of Ghana, MUSIGA told bi-yearly fashion magazine, Rene Collections that the love in her life is a dog.
“Hahaha –My dog. I can’t imagine my life without animals (dogs specifically). I love the fact that I come home and meet Phedo at the door waiting for me. It’s actually the sweetest joy of life. I even dress him up in little outfits …I’m madly in love with him,” she said, when asked, “Who is the love of your life at the moment?”
The African Movie Academy Awards in 2007 and 2009, Leading Role nominee is the cover girl for the new edition of the magazine from January to June.
She opened up on her love for food, strict diet plan and how she could never get enough of cars and also her love for dogs.
She sounded as a new Nadia Buari in her revelations when she was asked about how she deals with rumours about her.
Hear her: “(sighs) I guess I have been under the microscope so long I don’t even pay attention to the nonsense anymore. I gave up getting upset about
Ahmed Abdulai
Ahmed Abdulai, a 21-year-old young model of the Exopa Modeling Agency has said that he did not decide to go into modelling for the fun of it.
Rather, he said he wanted to make a career of out it. He would, as such, ‘attack’ it with all seriousness because he wants to become one of the world’s acclaimed sports models. He won’t stop modelling any time soon.
He said he has not been thinking about how much money he will make from modelling at the moment but rather “getting the necessary exposure to get to that big dream”. 
“I always want to become an NBA player and a sports model. Yes, it is not that I’m doing it for fun.  I know what I want to become in future. The money aspect of modelling does not matter now. The only expectation I’m having now is walk very well on the runway and have some experience in modelling so that in future I get opportunities in terms of contracts,” he told NEWS-ONE in exclusive interview. 
Abdulai was the male winner of the May edition of Exopa New Faces contest.
After the event which paraded equally good wannabe models, he said “I learnt how walk, how to pose, how to sign out and it really gave me confidence to do certain things. The show really changed me and thanks to Exopa for putting up such a show.”
He entered the contest with the hope of becoming a runner-up but he eventually became a winner. “It is amazing,” he described it.
Ahmed Abdulai is a third year IT student of Ghana Technology University College in Accra.
The only son to his parents, he has two sisters. His dad hails from Northern Region while his mum comes from Central Region.
He enjoys playing basket ball and hopes to bec

Friday, 14 June 2013

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Jay Z
Ghana’s award winning artiste Sarkodie has revealed that one of the main reasons he admires fellow Ghanaian musician Obrafour is because he is not profane.
He praised Obrafour saying the hip life veteran had been in Ghana’s music industry for a long time and managed to steer off the corridors of using profane lyrics, yet he is still relevant.
 The BET award winner made the comment while speaking in an interview with Channel O on Wednesday.
“Obrafour is not profane. He does not use profane lyrics like we the young ones do these days but he is still relevant and I like him for that,” Sarkodie said. 
He mentioned Obrafour in addition to two influential musicians; Kenya West and Jay Z as the musicians he likes and looks up to.
He said Kanye West is the only American musician who really looked beyond American music and came down to Africa to give African musicians a full time chance to be heard out there.  He, as a result, respects him for that.
With Jay Z, he said it has always been musicians’ dream to do business. But most of them find themselves quitting music totally to explore business.
However, Jay Z has been unique in that area. He didn’t give up music aside the fact he is also a successful business man and he (Sarkodie) loves that about Jay Z.     

By Francis Addo NEWS-ONE
Some of Nallem Clothing styles

Ghana’s fashion giant, Nallem Clothing, is one of the award winning fashion houses that will be clothing plus-size models for the upcoming Exopa L-Fashion Nite event.
The L-Fashion Nite is a fashion and modelling event introduced in 2008 to purposely to bring some innovations into Ghana's fashion industry whilst promoting African fabrics. 
It is also aimed at introducing new trends onto the runway and helping to nurture plump models who are interested in a modelling career. 
This year’s event will come off on June 30, at the Exopa Burg behind the Accra International Trade Fair Centre and among the top Ghanaian fashion houses to show their latest trends is Nallem Clothing.
The company will be lining up impressive creations of different types including ladies’ straight dress, skirt and suit, linen blouse and other accessories as jewellery, handbags, footwear etc.
Fashion enthusiasts are as a result assured to watch out for amazing styles from the fashion house. 
“We use only the finest textures and colours of fabric and materials in creating our exotic Clothing and Accessories at Nallem Clothing. We are well known for our Unique Designs, our use of Quality Fabric and our excellent workmanship,” it described its products.
“Nallem Clothes no doubt convey a sense of beauty, elegance and honour.
Nallem Clothing is known for creating clothing for the urban professional; a combination of elegance, creativity and style embracing the essential elements of African culture and tradition, hence its slogan – The confident urge.
 Already one of the big players in Ghana’s fashion industry, it hopes to grow into a global player in the fashion industry with outlets in major fashion cities across the globe, influencing seasonal collections, fashion trends, colours and playing a key role in establishing Africa’s presence on the International fashion scene”.
To achieve that it has evolved with its product line that features clothing and fashion accessories such as hats, jewellery, wallets and bags for men, women and kids.
It currently takes pride in its unique designs crafted with quality fabrics and finished to perfection.
It will put some of those works to display come June 30, and fashion enthusiasts are advised to come and witness the latest trends from Nallem.

By Francis Addo  NEWS-ONE

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