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I wrote this piece two years ago because some men and women were misinforming others about the theory 'FEMINISM'. It seems some people are still confused about it. I hope this article helps to inform you better about the Feminism theory.

Two years ago, I heard something on ATL radio. I do not recall the name of the female presenter who was hosting the programme but I remember what happened that I did not like.
They were analysing a suggestion stated by a female member of parliament indicating that ‘boys/men should be compelled to marry girls/women (particularly teenage girls) they impregnate. One girl commented on social media saying ‘if this is passed, it will deter the girls from fornicating, thereby getting more virgins in the system, she further advised ladies to keep their virginity till they get married..

The female presenter’s response was ‘oh really? I am a FEMINIST so I do not agree with this comment t…
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'YOLO' Actor Bright James Earns Two Nominations At The 2017 UMB Ghana Tertiary Awards

Bright James, who doubles as an actor and writer has secured two nominations in this year's UMB Ghana Tertiary Awards.
The nods include ;
1. Most influential student actor
2. Most influential student Writer

Bright James is popularly known in the 'Yolo' series as Fiifi and he is currently on set shooting a new high school series dubbed 'Talesofhighschool'.
You can vote for Bright as the most influential student actor by texting  'MSAbrightjames' to 1736 on all networks.

Also, vote for Bright as the Most Influential Student Writer  by texting  'MBAbrightjames' to 1736 on all networks.

Wizkid to perform live at 'The Lord of The Ribs with Basketmouth' in Lagos this September 

Backetmouth's 'The Lord of the Ribs' is back and it just got lit up as Wizkid is billed to perform live that night.
So if you're a Wizkid fan, don't dull, get your tickets now before you miss out.

Other artistes and comedians include Olamide, Flavour, Basketmouth, Igodye, Okey Bakassi, Bovi, Buchi, and Igosave. There is also Salvador from Uganda, Angel Campey and Celeste Ntuli from South Africa, D'Lai from the United States, and Kevin J.

No Ghanaian artist on the bill?.

Rihanna showcases her décolletage at Fenty Paris launch

Rihanna never quits and she is so determined to make in big in the Beauty world.
The Bajan beauty showcased her naturally beautiful smile as she arrived to launch Fenty Beauty By Rihanna in Paris, France on Thursday.

Youth Without Borders Ghana lauds the Government of Ghana for the Implementation of Free SHS Policy

The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character- that is the goal of true education- Martin Luther king. A generation of younsters who think critically and intensively is needed to overcome 21st century challenges. 
Education offers opportunity to achieve aspirations, and foster the right types of values and skills that will lead to sustainable and inclusive growth, as well as peaceful living. Education can, and must, contribute to a new vision of sustainable global development.

Youth Without Borders Ghana believes that ,the best and an unwavering future a  government can give to its citizens is to provide them with equal opportunities  and the Free SHS policy is one of such. The Free Senior High School has given hope to many parents, guardians and even many students who couldn't have afforded secondary education.
 As a youth organization ,we want to use this opportunity to commend the Government of Ghana for ta…

Ama K Abebrese Endorses Marcia Benewaa of Miss Malaika 2017

Actress Ama K Abebrese has endorsed Miss Malaika 2017 contestant Marcia Benewaa.

Marcia Benewaa in 2015 spearheaded the activities of Ama K's "Say No To Bleaching " event in UCC.
Marcia has so much more to offer our Ghanaian society so please let us all support her massively to keep her in the competition.

To do so, please text 'Marcia' to 1757.
Thank you and God bless you. .
Please do share to spread the word. .


Bible Quote of the Day

Happy Sunday.
Today's Bible Quotation shall be taken from Esther Chapter 1 - 5.
I started reading about Esther few weeks ago and  I love it. An interesting story.

Shatta Wale To Switch from Dancehall to Hip Hop Music?

Ghanaian dancehall artiste Sharta Wale just took to twitter to announce the release of his hip hop mixtape.
He said "My Hip Hop Mixtape will just touch Africa's Heart".

We identify Shatta Wale with dancehall music,and I understand musicians sometimes blend all the genres but a Mixtape is a big deal.
Is it temporary?.
Or Shatta Wale is about to change his genre of music to 'hip hop' permanently?