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Amakye Dede To Shake Sarkodie’s BLACK LOVE Virtual Concert

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Sarkodie will be having his maiden virtual concert on August 16 and one of the prominent musicians to be performing is highlife legend, Amakye Dede.

This was announced by the rapper in a recent social media post on Twitter.

Making the announcement, he wrote;

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“Today we announce the legend !!!!!! Daddy Amakye Dede reppin #BlackLoveVirtualConcert performing our new record for the first time”

Today we announce the legend !!!!!! Daddy Amakye Dede reppin #BlackLoveVirtualConcert performing our new record for the first time 16th August live on https://t.co/Z1LfG6nDE1 @CEEK pic.twitter.com/ZecvTHMv0P— Sarkodie (@sarkodie) July 28, 2020https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Source: Ghgossip.com
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YOLO Returns Next Year – DailyGuide Network

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Ghana’s number one adult serial drama ‘You Only Live Once’ (YOLO) is set to hit the screens once again with the premiere of season six on January 23, 2023.

The highly anticipated sixth season has 13 episodes that promote key messages around good health, family planning, nutrition, reproductive health, child health, and COVID-19.

The cast for season six includes Jackie Appiah, Adjetey Annan, Aaron Adatsi, John B. Peasah, Desmond Danso Sakyi, and some new actors and actresses who were recently recruited through auditions.

The YOLO series produced by Farmhouse Productions Limited is in partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Ghana Health Service (GHS), Ghana Education Service (GES), and National Population Council, among others.

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Mr. Patrick Kuma-Aboagye, Director General of the Ghana Health Service, in a speech read on his behalf, expressed excitement about the upcoming premiere of season six, which aims to educate and entertain millions of Ghanaians.

“For us in the Ghana Health Service, the YOLO programme is unique as it allows for open health discussions and information sharing opportunities to showcase how positive health messaging like disease prevention, maternal and child health, vaccinations, and other topics the youth can identify with.

“This programme gives all who work in public health the opportunity to promote healthy behaviours and approaches in a manner and shape that is both entertaining and relevant to this influential demographic,” he said.

He also praised the partners for reintroducing YOLO to the screen, with the goal of promoting positive social and behavioural change in specific communities across Ghana.

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Dr. Leticia Adelaide Appiah, Executive Director of the National Population Council, stated the relevance of YOLO in informing the decisions of the youth as they acquire knowledge by watching the serial drama.

“The concept of the YOLO series entreats us to choose knowledge, best practices, and behaviours that ensure we live the best way we can, especially as we only live once.

“It is quite disturbing to keep vital information and services from our young people. This forces them to choose in ignorance amidst an abundance of information and best practices, which leaves them behind in the rapidly changing environment,” she said. GNA

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Bisola Aiyeola talks about her journey to stardom in new episode of #WithChude

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In the latest episode of “With Chude,” Chude Jideonwo chats with singer and actress Bisola Aiyeola.

She talked about her rise to stardom: from her father walking away and never returning; her mother losing her business to a fire and never recovering; having to drop out of school and not finish university; getting pregnant very young and falling out of love with the father; struggling for years with auditions and still not blowing up after Project Fame; and what the horrible experience of poverty taught her about the world.

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As expected this was deep, open and heartfelt.

On her mum’s reaction when she revealed she was pregnant:

When I told her that I was having a baby after Project Fame, my momsy wailed. She was like, ‘who’s the boy? He has stolen my jewel’. I’ve never seen my mum that sad before. She just felt like this was what was going to escalate us to success, happiness, and goodness, and I was having a baby. It broke me, and I think that’s the only time that I’ve seen my mum not really be supportive, but she got over it. I had my daughter when I was 23, and she just told me to have the baby and she’ll look after her So, now it gives me so much joy knowing that she’s happy and I can take care of her.

On her mum losing her business to a fire and how they survived:

My mom had two stores in Lagos Island. We were living la vida loca — we were the children that were called the London children because almost every new year, every new session, we’re resuming with new school bags, new school socks, everything jand! My mom used to travel a lot, and then life hit her — her stores got burnt and she never got back on her feet. It was just like we had hit when I say rock bottom, rockest of the rock bottom and it was after that time we started living from one family member’s house to another family member’s house changing schools and it wasn’t a fun experience.

To watch the full interview; subscribe to watch.withchude.com to watch the video version or listen.withchude.com to listen to the extended play podcast.



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