Miss Malaika Ghana 2022 Update – Episode 7

On this week’s episode, the delegates were given the opportunity to entertain themselves and viewers to a night of fun activities to let ‘loose’ and let ‘out’. The hair, the makeup, the dresses, the music, the games, the dance, the laughter, the beautiful ambiance and yes, the surprise artistes – oh what a night to anticipate indeed!! So, loosen the tire, unfasten that belt, let your hair down, come out, join our delegates and let’s redefine fun! Remember, “When you have confidence, you can have a lot of fun. And…

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Actress Habiba Sinare Wins Best in ‘Theatre & Arts’ at ’40 Under 40 Awards’ Ghana 2022

Yesterday at Kempinski Hotel in Accra, Actress and Humanitarian Habiba Sinare won the award for excelling in ‘Theatre and Arts’ at the 6th edition of the annual ’40 Under 40 Awards’ in Ghana. She described her victory as dear to her as the ‘Theatre and Arts’ industry is often viewed as an area unfit for Muslim women, therefore, was a challenge to excel in such a community. Speaking after receiving the award on the night, Actress Habiba Sinare said, “First of all, I would like to thank the Almighty Allah…

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‘The Woman King’ Movie Advocates for African Unity and Gender Equity

Last week Saturday at the premiere of the movie ‘The Woman King’, a call for Africa to unite was made through the cinematic illustration of a historical event which took place on the African continent years ago. The movie also highlighted the importance for ‘gender equity’; especially as a way of eradicating the erroneous perception that women cannot lead in order to bring a more objective focus on the essence of true and good leadership in the African society. The call for society to level fields, especially on leadership grounds…

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This Week on Miss Malaika Ghana – Our Culture, Our Heritage!!

In an immature society culture is an import; for a mature one it is a native manufacture which eventually becomes an export. – Northrop Frye. How well do you know your Culture? Did you know there is a correlative relationship between Culture and Tourism? How best can you place the Ghanaian Culture to improve tourism in Ghana? If your answer to any of these questions is in the negative, then this episode is curated just for you! The Miss Malaika Emerald Delegates introduce you to the stupendously rich and gorgeous…

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Letter to Peter Sedufia by Socrates Safo

Dear Peter Sedufia, it is with pleasure I write to you this ‘short’ letter. Doubling as my brother-in-law; I deem it fit to share our ‘cupboard’ conversation so Facebook would remind us every year. At this stage, it is your sole decision to regard this as an advise to guide you or noise from an old ’gee’ from the past who don’t know “wosop”! Bro, growing up; I remember this popular saying that, “films are living Creatures that lives till you the creator decides to kill it.” I believe you…

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Miss Malaika Ghana 2022– The ‘Fierce Factor’ Episode This Week.

Ever heard of the famous quote by Shakespeare ‘though she be but little, she is fierce’? Well, that is the summary of this week’s episode on Miss Malaika Ghana dubbed ‘The Fierce Factor Episode’. The host of the season, who was unveiled to the general public together with the top 20 ladies,  broadcaster and Actress Naa Ashorkor, who is also a fitness enthusiast, had a field day with the delegates. From ‘Point Games’ to ‘Tug of War’, through the ‘Obstacle Relay’ to ‘Mountain Climbing’, and finally ‘Paintball. This episode indeed…

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Make 11th April ‘Hiplife Day’ in Honor of Reggie Rockstone

The biggest voluntary youth movement in Ghana till date has been ‘Hiplife’. With its roots in Hip Hop Culture, it captivated the Ghanaian youth in the 90s with Rapper Reggie Rockstone carrying the torch. This musical phenomenon has given hope, employment, and a sense of direction to many young people in Ghana, and it continues to do so. This is why we say, ‘Hiplife Day’ should be inaugurated and observed as a statutory public holiday in Ghana. It wasn’t easy bulldozing your way through the thick forests of Ghanaian traditional…

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Actors and Film Producers in Ghana React to ‘Homi’ Movie Platform and Film Fund for African Productions

Some popular Ghanaian Actors and Film Producers have shared their opinions on movie streaming platform ‘Homie’ and its entry to the Ghana film industry. ‘Homie’ was launched last week Saturday at Alisa Hotel in Accra and has announced $1.2 million dollars for original film productions by African Film Producers for the online channel; with also a wide distribution opportunity for African movies. Actors Roselyn Ngissah, Rabby Bray, Director and Producer Destiny Austin Omon, and Film Producer Joseph Clef Aboah, were among those who welcomed the platform. They described it as…

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‘Homi’ Movie Streaming Platform Launches with $1.2 Million Fund for Original African Productions

On Saturday 3rd September 2022, the Chief Executive Officer of ‘Homi TV Incorporated’ Enock Ofosu Mensah, said the company has set aside about $1.2 million for the production of original content starting from this year in October till the end of 2025. He was speaking at the launch of ‘Homi’ audiovisual streaming platform on Saturday at the Alisa Hotel in Accra. According to Enoch Ofosu Mensah, Film Producers can access the fund through a laid down process by the management of ‘Homi’ for only original productions exclusive to the channel.…

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