Hurray!! The week has ended and we…
..had quite a bit going on, in the Ghanaian entertainment scene this week. Lets take a look at some pictures posted by these celebrities on Instagram;
Over the week, CEO of both the EIB Network and Empire Group of Companies, Nathan Kwabena Anokye Adisi aka Bola Ray and wife Dorcas after 12 years of marriage have renewed their marriage vows. The two had the renewal of marriage vowel at a strictly by invitation ceremony on Wednesday, March 1 which also happens to be Bola Ray’s 40th birthday.
The event was officiated by founder of International Central Gospel Church Pastor Mensa Otabil.
News from the United States of America have it that Kumawood actress, Matilda Asare…
…has named her newly born baby after Ghana’s President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
According to Peacefmonline.com, Matilda Asare gave birth a bouncy baby boy in the state of Massachusetts, in the United State on February 5 and being the die-hard NPP supporter she is, decided to name him Jordan Akufo-Addo Sarfo.
Also, actor Kofi Adjorlolo says Ghana’s flailing movie industry has taken a hit over the past couple of years because of the poor state of the national economy.
Adjorlolo told the Graphic Online in an interview Wednesday about his hopes that the poor economic fortunes of the country would be reversed in order to help revive the movie industry.
He attributed the low patronage of Ghanaian movies to economic hardship which prevents Ghanaians from spending their disposable incomes on cinema as well dvd’s.
Musician, Wiyaala Noella has said emphatically that she can never win Artiste of the Year at any award scheme in Ghana and she is not bothered. In an interview with KMJ on Hitz FM, she stated that there was no way she could win the most coveted category because of the kind of songs she does.
“Unfortunately, in Ghana, the awards are someway and I wouldn’t fool myself. I don’t see myself winning Artiste of the Year because of the music I do. If I want to, that means I probably have to change the style to fit in but because I want to be free to do music the way I want to, I should forget it. It will never happen,” she noted.