Don’t be shy about implementing our ideas – Mahama to NPP

Don’t be shy about implementing our ideas – Mahama to NPP

Former President of Ghana and flagbearer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama has asked governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) not to shy away from implementing the policies of the NDC. According to him, the NPP since the launch of the NDC has relegated their manifesto and is busily implementing their ideas but that is not a worry because the policies in the NDC manifesto are for the benefit of Ghanaians. “The NPP told Ghanaians that we, the NDC, did not have a manifesto and yet after the…

I had no university degree at 26 because I had no support – Van Vicker reveals

I had no university degree at 26 because I had no support – Van Vicker reveals

Ghanaian award-winning actress Van Vicker and his wife Adjoa Vicker are celebrating 17 years of marriage today (October 16). To mark the anniversary, Van Vicker took to his Instagram page to share some sweet words about his wife; how they met, the number of children they have together and some insightful message about his struggle to fame. Van Vick described today as ‘extremely special’ in his life and said on October 16, 2003, he took a bold step by marrying Adjoa. According to him, before meeting Adjoa, he had no…

We didn’t build our movie industry on gov’t so why now- Majid Michel on calls for support

We didn’t build our movie industry on gov’t so why now- Majid Michel on calls for support

Celebrated Ghanaian actor, Majid Michel has said the ‘dwindling’ Ghanaian movie industry does not need government support to revitalize it when its hay days enjoyed no input and support from the government, MyNewsGh.com reports. The actor who seems to have a contrary view from his colleague actress and producer, Yvonne Nelson, who has time and again called on successive governments to invest in the entertainment industry with the most recent being the collation of signatures by her from stakeholders in the movie industry to petition government over the difficulties facing the Ghanaian…