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BloggingGhana

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BloggingGhana’s Election project, Ghana Decides 2.0: The VOICES Campaign.  The project seeks to promote youth and marginalized voices towards a peaceful, credible, issue-based and inclusive elections.

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The Ghana Decides Lead.

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It was yet another successful ‘By The Fireside’ event and the attendance this time was undoubtedly double that of the maiden event. Was it because of the content for the night; sex & relationships? Definite crowd pullers then. P.G Sebastian & Nana Darkoa Sakyiaama our two storytellers took the ‘stage’ to share their most popular blogpost and what prompted them to write it.

Why I Walked Out On Him by PG Sebastian a prolific blogger and speaker on marriage & relationships was first to tell his story. He shared how this post was inspired by a conversation he heard or overhead from a lady on her phone. His content which is mostly founded on Christian values & principles for marriage, was presented with very practical life examples.

byThefireside3.0-16Why should you walk out on a guy even if he has proposed to you? Is he living in the now or has plans for the future? If he is always hanging out with his ‘boys boys’ or always buying the latest gadget or car then he’s living in the now and doesn’t have any plans of the future. Walk out. Does he only talk about football instead of family? If he’s always talking about Chelsea or is very focused on Keeping Up With The Kardasians then walk out. He obviously doesn’t have much to talk about with regards to the future. For a moment some members of the audience in their excitement yelled ‘Amen’ in congruence with his energy.

‘Sexing Whilst Feminist’ was next by Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah, owner and award-winning blogger of Adventures From , a sex blog. She launched into how Adventures From started out and what sexing whilst feminist meant.

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The countdown to Ghana’s official Christmas party has begun in earnest with the announcement of the acts for the Citi FM Decemba 2 Rememba Concert, #D2R2015.

With the concert less than one month away, the minds behind the year’s most anticipated musical concert, 97.3 Citi FM and Airtel Ghana – The Smartphone Network, have revealed the first batch of performers that will take the stage during the concert at the Accra International Conference Center on Christmas Eve, 24th December.

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The Ghana Music Artiste of the year and Afrodancehall star Stonebwoy Burniton, the #Telemo hitmaker Gasmilla, award winning ace Hiplife artiste Kontihene, Ghana’s most powerful music trio VVIP, talented engineer, rapper and vocalist E.L. and the sensational Fante rapper Pappy Kojo will take the stage during the concert to thrill patrons and usher Ghana into the Christmas festivities.

New entrants Atom and Wisa Greid shall join the hot line-up to thrill fans with their ‘Yɛ wɔ kurom’ and ‘Ekiki Me’ hits respectively.

Ghana’s most sought after music trio VVIP will give patrons a night to rememba with their chart-topping singles and their timeless collection of classic Hiplife songs.

Stonebwoy and Kontihene were adjudged best performers at last year’s event by fans. With the crafty Gasmilla, energetic and timeless VVIP, talented E.L. and new sensations Pappy Kojo, Atom and Wisa Greid on the bill, who would emerge the fans favorite performer 2015?
#D2R2015 has some awesome packages for fans. Fans get the chance to win free tickets, souvenirs and more from headline sponsors Airtel Ghana and get to introduce their favorite performers on the night by participating in the Biggest Fan Competition.
To participate in the #D2R2015 Biggest Fan Competition, record a short video of you singing your favorite song of any of the artistes on the bill. Share on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter with the hashtag #D2R2015, and tag @Citi973 and @AirtelGhana.
Decemba 2 Rememba 2015 (#D2R2015) comes off on Christmas Eve, December 24 at the Accra International Conference Center.
Dress code is white tops and blue jeans.

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