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Stop wearing panties and save your life – Actress Baby Blanche

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Actress Baby Blanche over the weekend launched a campaign to stop ladies from wearing panties.

For the campaign, she is advocating for ladies above the age 18 to stop wearing panties as that is a major cause of the genital infections these ladies often contract.

Speaking at the short ceremony to outdoor the Blanch Foundation’s ‘Operation Remove Your Dross’ crusade, the actress disclosed that the vagina is a sensitive part of the body, which needs a breathing space, but ladies deprive it of this chance hence the campaign.

“Physicians aver that the female genital needs to breathe to maintain its PH levels to prevent fungi and odour. In that connection, professional medics in the health fraternity advice going bare below when it is bedtime and at the close of the day for unbridled passage of air to that vital area.

Baby Blanche further revealed that she has been panty-less for the past seven years, which has saved her from attaining diseases.

“As an advocate of going panty-less, have lived in the last seven years without panties and have never incurred the wrath of the bacterium at my vital area in relation to any infection.”

In conclusion, based on experts research and my own experience as well as colleague compatriots have come to realize that, I Blanche Worae ( Baby Blanche) and my foundation can say on authority without fear a lady without panties can leave a healthier life. So am entreating all Ghanaian ladies to join me in going panty-less for a healthy living.”

The actress real name Blanche Worae on the day also talked about her first self-produced movie, Trophy which premieres on October 14 at the Siverbird Cinemas.

She asked that fans come out in their numbers at the premiere for gifts would be shared.

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Let’s sit up and stop blaming TV Stations for airing foreign Content – Francis Afortey Mensah

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Ghanaian movie producer Francis Afotey Mensah has called on filmmakers and producers to improve the quality of their movies and stop blaming TV stations who air foreign contents more than local contents.

According to him through the efforts of some key industry players to ban TV stations from airing more foreign content is very commendable, there’s a need for filmmakers to take a critical look at the movies they churn out.

He argues that TV stations are in to make a profit and will only air content that is in high demand with a view to making more money.

Francis Afortey Mensah who is the CEO of Flores Sports and media made these known in an exclusive interview with Cypress Ghana on the current state of the Ghanaian movie industry.

He called on key players in the industry to carry out necessary research to enable them to determine why the fortunes of the industry are dwindling and what should be done to revamp it. He also suggested that those in the technical aspects of filmmaking should upgrade their skills by undergoing foreign training.

He said ” there is a concern that the industry is dying but we are blaming everybody but ourselves, we are also part of the problem, we should take innovative steps and should be creative in our stories and production quality” he added.

He, however, called on the government to support the Ghanaian movie industry by funding and sponsoring filmmakers to gain skills on how to make quality films which in turn will contribute to the economy of the nation.

Francis recently premiered his movie “Seasons In A Vow” which features Kafui Danku, Roselyn Ngissah, Ivan Amenyedor, Jessica Avevor,  Stella Amarh, sensational gospel singer Qwesi Oteng and among others.

His concerns follow last week’s demonstration by filmmakers against tv stations for showing more foreign contents.

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Shirley Frimpong – Manso scouts for new talent

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Celebrated Ghanaian filmmaker and founder/ CEO of Sparrow Productions –Shirley Frimpong – Manso, is on the hunt for the next big actor in Ghana.

Dubbed “Next Screen Star”, the programme is  “an acting talent development program with its sole purpose to unearth and create professional director’s actors”, according to an official statement.

Happening over five weeks, the event is in three parts: an acting workshop session, a grand audition session, as well as a film production session.Applications close on September 30.

Born in 1977 hin Kwass, Shirley has written and directed several Ghanaian classics including Life and Living it (2009), A Sting in A Tale (2009), Checkmate (2010), Potomanto (2013), Grey Dawn (2015), Rebecca (2016), among others.

She’s also worked on a number of widely-received productions for TV as Adams Apples (2011 – 2013) and V Republic (2014).  A multiple award-winner, Shirley is alumnus of the National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI), and os married to business partner Ken Attoh.

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Ama K. named Best Actress @ 2017 Newark International Film Festival

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Actress Ama K. Abebrese was adjudged Best Actress at the just-ended Newark International Film Festival 2017  held in New Jersey, USA.

Her performance in the Ike Nnaebue – directed Sink or Swim film secured her that honour. The film also won the award for Best Film at the event.

Sink or Swim features other top actors from the continent, including Zack Orji, Omowunmi Dada, Raymond Ofula, Adjetey Anang, Ali Nuhu, Seun Akindele, Deyemi Okanlawon, Ruth Ndulu, and Kate Marrie Williams.

Ama is also a TV personality, and is recipient of other enviable laurels including  for Best Actress in a Lead Role 2011 (AMAA), and Best Media Personality (GUBA, 2010).

 

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EBONY for Accra Fashion Week’s “Swimwear Delux Show” THIS OCTOBER!

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Hit singer and lady behind the new hit single ‘Date Your Fada’ Ebony Reigns will be rocking the stage at the inaugural edition of the Swimwear Deluxe Show set to take place during Accra Fashion Week. The naughty and controversial songstress will be performing hits like turn on the lights, Poison, and her latest hit Date Your Fada, and has promised to give a performance like no other.

The Swimwear Deluxe Fashion show is the first of it’s kind to bring swimwear brands from various countries such as Senegal, South Africa, UK, Netherlands, USA and more to showcase alongside Ghana’s top fashion brands.

The show is an invite only event with limited tickets and is expected to be held yearly during every Summer/Harmattan edition of Accra Fashion Week 2017 on Thursday the 5th of October 2017 at the Providence Events Recreational Centre opposite La Palm Royal Hotel.

Models will strut their long legs in some of Africa’s most creative fashion designs from across the world showcasing designs from all sort of African traditional backgrounds.

 

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Mohammed Alidu for Music Xchange Day @ Alliance Française, Sept. 16!

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MUSICXCHANGE GHANA is an international non-profit organization that supports positive change through the power of music and has successfully executed events in Accra, Kumasi, Tamale, Takoradi and Aflao. The project stems from a deep interest in ethnomusicology and is driven by the belief that music can be a powerful vehicle of change.

 USA based Ghanaian musician Mohammed Alidu and his Bizung Family Band will on Saturday September 16th, perform at the Amphitheatre of Alliance Francaise Accra as part of activities being organized by Music Xchange (MXC) Ghana.

Other groups lined up for the evening include Africana Dance Ensemble, a band from the Akropong School for the Blind and others who have benefited from projects by MXC Ghana.

During the day, there will be workshops on drum making by acclaimed drum makers from the Centre for National Culture in Accra, photo exhibition, dance workshops and open arts markets for patrons to engage with artists who have been involved in the activities by MXC Ghana. The evening will see the

Bizung Band and Africana Dance Ensemble to rock the stage at 7:30pm at the Amphitheatre of Alliance Francaise Accra.

In 2016, MXC released a compilation album of traditional Ghanaian music featuring a diverse selection of artists and cultural troupes from around the country. The album was sold through a crowd funding campaign aimed at raising funds to support various projects in music education, music therapy and music production in Ghana.

MXC has equally supported the following projects – drum and dance classes for students at the Akropong School for the Blind, Trinity Yard School and Berekuso Music Project as well as an audio engineering workshop at the Music Department, University of Ghana, Legon.

Come and support the kids from Berekuso and Akropong and enjoy enthralling performances!

 

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Phamous Philms Plans landmark Documentary & Music Videos in the UK during Black History Month

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Phamous Philms is scheduled to film a special documentary on Black History Month in the UK as well as produce a number of music videos for musicians based in the UK this October, hints director-extraordinaire, Gyo Gyimah.

In its 30th anniversary, Black History Month, is celebrated to honour the too-often neglected accomplishments of blacks in every area of endeavour throughout our history. It is in remembrance of important people and events in the history of the African diaspora; celebrated annually in the United States and Canada in February, and the United Kingdom in October.

“Having received so many demands from artistes in the UK over the years, for our style and quality of music videos”, says Gyo, “we are setting aside the entire October for the documentary on Black History Month, as well as to satisfy music video demands in the UK”, says Gyo Gyimah, Director of Phamous Phlims.

Phamous Philms recently directed/produced videos for three of UK’s biggest artistes, Ed Sheeran- ‘Bibia Beyeye’ (29.5million views), Fuse ODG’s Window Seat and KSI- Creatures (15.5million views on Youtube).

To reach Phamous Philms (artists / labels) during the Black History Month, contact Base Group Inc. at +442085743655 / +447508683888 or at 78 York Street London W1H 1DP

A few of the many Phamous Philms videos making waves online, include Sarkodie’s Illuminati (1.5million views), Don jazzy & Iyanya- Up to Something (4.5million views); Sarkodie & Runtown- Pain killer (6.6million views); Edem /Sway- The one; Ed Sheeran & Fuse ODG- Boame; EL’s Shelele; and Mzvee’s Hold Me Now. Phamous Philms has filmed world-class videos on locations in Germany, France, UK, U.S etc.

 

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