Refrain From Hastily Changing Your Last Name On Official Documents – Advice From Married Women In The Media

Drawing from her personal experience, well-known Nigerian media personality Shade Ladipo has counseled married women against hastily changing their surnames on official documents. Ladipo considered herself fortunate to have avoided changing her surname during her marriage, which ultimately resulted in a divorce. She emphasized that women work very hard to build their brands and that…

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In Response To Chef Smith’s GWR Controversy, Shatta Wale Said, “My Guy Of The Moment”

Shatta Wale, a well-known dancehall rapper from Ghana, has jokingly commented on the latest issue involving Chef Smith on social media. Shatta Wale laughed and showed praise for the chef’s boldness in a series of playful Facebook posts. Cooking without a permit, enusu wor hor Who then printed the chef’s certificate? Chef Smith marks his…

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Following Demonstrations, Kenyan President Ruto Slashes The First Lady’s Office Budget And Dissolves 47 Agencies

Following widespread protests, President William Ruto took a bold decision on Friday and eliminated the funding for Kenya’s first and second ladies’ offices. This was revealed by Mr. Ruto on Friday during a live broadcast. Additionally, he suspended officials’ non-essential travel and abolished 47 agencies. “The number of advisors in government by 50% immediately,” stated…

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CAF Fines Samuel Eto’o $200,000

The Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) president Samuel Eto’o has been found guilty by the CAF Disciplinary Board. Eto’o faced accusations of ethical transgressions including match-fixing. The board concluded that there was not enough evidence to find Eto’o and Valentin Nkwain guilty of manipulating matches after carefully reviewing the available data. Eto’o was found guilty, nevertheless,…

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Gyankroma Akufo-Addo Is The Distinctive Musical Sound That Ghana Needs To Be Associated With

Gyankroma Akufo-Addo, the Executive Secretary of the Creative Arts Agency, has emphasized how crucial it is for Ghana to develop a distinctive musical style in order to strengthen its standing in the international music scene. She points to Ghana’s historical contributions as forerunners of Highlife music but concedes that the nation does not have a…

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