Ghanaian Journalist Promises to Promote Peace after Receiving International Award

Ghanaian Journalist and Actor, Isaac Kofi Dzokpo, has stated that he would continue to strive for a peaceful planet even in the face of challenges. He stated this in a recent interview in Accra some days after being awarded as ‘peace ambassador’ by the Universal Peace Federation (UPF ). He added that the award was an added responsibility which he was ready to carry. After receiving the ‘International Peace Ambassador’ award at a ceremony held on Wednesday 7th July 2021 at the premises of the Family Federation for World Peace…

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Ghanaian Dance Choreographer Van Calebs to Celebrate Award with Orphanage

After receiving and honorary award on Saturday at the maiden edition of ‘Spotlight Creative Arts and Business Awards’ some days ago, Cultural Dance Choreographer Van Calebs, has pledged to wrap up the celebration of his first ever award for Cultural Dance by donating food items to an orphanage in Ghana. He said this was the best way to give back to the society and also the only way to complete the success cycle. He stated this today in a phone interview. Known for having many affiliations with many Ghanaian celebrities,…

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New U.S Special Envoy Names Ghana, Among Others, As Threats to LGBTQI+ Persons

United States newly appointed Diplomatic Special Envoy for LGBTQI Rights Jessica Stern, has named Ghana among other countries as areas that pose a threat to the Human Rights of LGBTQI+ persons. She also suggested that Religion played a role in the slow acceptance and respect for the Rights of LGBTQI+ persons in some countries. However, she said that despite the presence of these challenges, she believed with time, many would come to understand and respect the Rights of LGBTQI+ persons. She said this in an interview with an American press…

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Ghana Music Royalties Organization (GHAMRO) Addresses ‘Music Royalties’ Challenge at National Music Summit

The Chairman of the Ghana Music Royalties Organization (GHAMRO) Rex Omar, yesterday at the National Music Summit in Accra, stated that the slow pace of Government’s bureaucracy, the lack of relevant education of the musicians and stakeholders, and the absence of modern technology, where the challenges preventing the realization of accurate and timely music royalties’ distribution to the deserving parties. He stated this during a panel discussion with other key stakeholders as part of the summit’s objective to identify the problems faced by the music industry and suggest solutions. The…

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