YFM, Ghanaâ€™s number one urban radio station, has offered the 16-year-old girl who put up a spectacular performance during auditions of â€˜The Oneâ€™reality show in Takoradi, an internship opportunity with the radio station after school.
It was a win for Bill Cosby in court on Thursday as a federal judge in Pennsylvania sided with the disgraced comedian and granted his motion to dismiss a defamation lawsuit, according to court records.
Head of Britain's intelligence agency MI6, Alex Younger says despite James Bond's many qualities, the fictional spy won't make it into the agency in real life because he doesnâ€™t have the requisite qualities. Speaking to British website Black History Month, he said: â€œIn contrast to James Bond, MI6 officers are not for taking moral shortcuts. In fact, a strong ethical core is one of the first qualities we look for in our staff.
According to him, â€œIn contrast to James Bond, MI6 officers are not for taking moral shortcuts. In fact, a strong ethical core is one of the first qualities we look for in our staff".
"Itâ€™s safe to say that James Bond wouldnâ€™t get through our recruitment process and, whilst we share his qualities of patriotism, energy and tenacity, an intelligence officer in the real MI6 has a high degree of emotional intelligence, values teamwork and always has respect for the lawâ€¦ unlike Mr Bond!â€, he told British website Black History.
The Accra auditions of YFMs reality show, The One, which took place at the forecourt of e.TV and Happy FM offices attracted hundreds of young men and women who came to justify their inclusion to make it to the final stages of the auditions and eventually be part of this once in a lifetime reality show.
Appearing on Starr Chatâ€™s â€˜Personality Profileâ€™ on Wednesday hosted by Bola Ray, dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale disclosed he seeks to confer with NPPâ€™s Nana Akufo-Addo and NDC leader, Dramani Mahama to extract a pledge from them committing to a peaceful election stressing â€œGhana is in their hands.â€
Though his songs are being used as campaign songs by the two main political parties in Ghana, Â self-proclaimed Dancehall King, Shatta Wale has stated that he will not endorse any of the presidential candidates for the December 7 polls.
Celebrity endorsements have become a major part of this year's electioneering campaign as players in the showbiz industry scramble toÂ declare support for the presidential candidates in the DecemberÂ 7 polls.
The self-acclaimed Dancehall King Charles Nii Armah popularly known in showbiz as ShattaWale has dropped a new single titled â€˜Nana Vs Mahamaâ€™ which is meant for the two main political parties in the country for the December elections.
Even as the gospel fraternity painfully embraces the demise of gospel music strongman Danny Nettey, hiplife icon Okyeame Kwame has described the late singer as one who will always be remembered for his solid voice and the musical support he gave many.