This Week In Celebrity: Abraham Attah Donates Items Worth Thousands Of Cedis Again And More

The week is coming to a close, let’s see what went on with some of our favorite celebrities over the week. Some celebrities posted these on their Instagram page over the week. Let’s check them out:

Also, Super O.D. has taken Kumawood actors and directors to the cleaners, describing their works as substandard. In an exclusive interview with, the veteran actor and comedian recommended a complete overhaul in the Ghanaian movie industry.

He stated emphatically that he does not devote time to watching Kumawood movies as he feels they (current actors) are unable to render scripts to the standard he wished they would.

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Ghanaian international music group Reggie N Bollie have been nominated at the 2017 International Achievement Recognition Awards (IARA).

The Ghanaian music duo who finished as runners-up on the 12th UK series of The X Factor in 2015 was nominated for Best UK Music Artist.They find themselves in a category with seven others.

Shatta Wale has beat the likes of Cynthia Morgan (Nigeria), Runtown (Nigeria), Navy Kenzo (Tanzania) Bebe Cool (Uganda) Patoranking (Nigeria), Stonebwoy, MzVee to win Best African Reggae/Dancehall video.

D-Cryme, Omar Sterling, Efya, Jon Germain, Bisa Kdei, Edem, Eazzy and Stonebwoy were all nominated for awards in different categories but all lost to other artistes.

Abraham Nii Attah with support from his foundation (Abraham Attah Foundation) and Believe Charity Outreach has yet again showed he cares for the needy.

The young actor donated items worth thousands of Ghana cedis to two orphanages in the Brong-Ahafo Region.

The items which include 330 brand new pairs of shoes, bags of rice and cooking oil and more were presented to Musluv Orphanage and Tepa Orphanage Home, both at the Tano North District in the Brong-Ahafo Region.

Lydia Forson has tasked women to let their actions be a reflection of what they preach to other women and the entire world. This what she told NEWS-ONE on International Women’s Day.
“As we ask for equality and support, we need to be more encouraging and supportive towards one another. Our actions have to reflect on the message we’re preaching. More women in the creative arts need to learn to speak out more against injustice of any kind and recognise the influence we have to effect change,”



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