US President Joe Biden Appoints Judge Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong As California State Judge. Congratulations are in Order!

President Biden has appointed legal practitioner Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong, of Ghanaian descent, to take an active part in the country’s judicial administration.

On Wednesday, September 08, 2021, the president nominated the young Black-American woman judge to have a seat at the nation’s federal courts, among other federal judges from diverse backgrounds. Where racial justice and women empowerment are concerned, the trends in choosing such leaders have been regarded as historic and worthwhile.

It has also raised the hopes of the citizens, sought to promote unity in diversity, access, and inclusion of citizens irrespective of background differences, among other social and economic interventions to fight for what the democrats have termed as the soul of America. 

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President Biden involving more brown and black people and more females in the federal courts is the opposite of President Donald Trump’s having majority white males occupying the Appeal Court. The move has candidly confirmed his decision to promote diversity in the federal bench. 

Judge Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong’s nomination has called for many reactions and praises from native citizens and those in the diaspora on the internet. Most of the feedbacks praised the US president for black women’s inclusion in the administration of the state.

US President Joe Biden Appoints Judge Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong As California State Judge.

In the same vein, the African American young woman and judge has been congratulated for the incredible feat of putting her native country on the world’s map. Her success also encourages young African women not to give up on their dreams because they will thrive when the time is right.

Judge Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong, having worked for almost five years at the Superior Court in Los Angeles County, California, will now be serving as a judge at the US District Court for Central of California.

Media sources have reported that she becomes the only black woman to have a seat on any of the four federal districts courts of the California state and also the only black female to be selected among the eight judges serving on both the US court of appeals for the ninth circuit and district courts on a lifetime nomination.

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Born to Ghanaian immigrant parents in the US, judge Maame Ewusi Mensah was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She began as a pupil-teacher following her undergraduate education from Harvard University before furthering her education in law in the United States of America at the Yale Law school. 

Her judicial career then began, of which she served remarkably at several law firms, including the US district court, under the supervision of Hon. Stephen Reinhardt and the Morrison and Foerster law firm in San Francisco as an Associate. 

Between 2007 and 2015, the American-born Ghanaian legal practitioner served in various roles at the US Department of Justice in Washington D.C on issues related to governance, international trade, intellectual property, financial fraud, migration, tax, consumer protection, and a lot more of which she handled matters on a higher degree of professionality. 

In 2015, she joined the Millennium Challenge Corporation in Washington D.C, where she worked as the secretary, general counsel, and later vice president before her appointment at the Superior Court in Los Angeles County, California, in 2016.

Congratulations are in order! This is a well-deserved success to Judge Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong, people of color, women, and Ghanaians at large.

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K.Junior pioneers the fusion of Amapiano and Highlife on new single ‘Mansa’

We find ourselves in an era where there is a lot of experimental music coming from the new breed of artists who are young, gifted, and very bold.

Fearless in their pursuit of music, they do not shy away from trying out new things, and thanks to this class, music genres have gotten very spicy and the lines that categorize these genres keep blurring out. Listen/stream

K.Junior takes on this mantle very well. As a Highlife musician, his goal is to take this genre which originated in Ghana in the 19th century to the world.
Joining the likes of Ebo Taylor, Osibisa, and Pat Thomas, he has a master plan to attain this. Simple yet complex, he plans to achieve this feat by fusing Highlife music with more prominent and trending genres. 
For his first attempt, he jumps on Amapiano, a sub-genre of House music that emerged in South Africa in 2016 and is growing into one of the biggest genres making rounds with 80% of its listeners residing outside of South Africa.
K.Junior tackles this very well by seamlessly merging the two genres (Amapiano and Highlife) on his latest single ‘Mansa’ and earning him the title of Pioneer of this fusion of Amapiano and Highlife with excitement to see other artists/producers join in. 
‘Mansa’ starts with a Ghanaian traditional percussion pattern known to Kpanlogo that will get you bopping your head right from the moment you hit play.

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This is followed by a smooth piano melody and consistent synth which are key elements in Amapiano. Then comes the chorus, singing in the style of a Ghanaian traditional choir with all vocals harmonized beautifully. Somewhere along the line comes the jazzy saxophone which will blow you away.
The merger of these two genres is a mission that has been perfectly executed and K.Junior brought his own Ghanaian homegrown flavor to the well-received Amapiano.
By all the standards, the production of this song is top-notch and very well crafted.
The lyrics are easy to grasp and sing along and the rhythm and melody will definitely get you busting some dance moves wherever you find yourself. K.Junior deserves his flowers for the production and performance of this masterpiece.
We know you will enjoy ‘Mansa’ as much as we did and smacking it on replay will be inevitable.

Photos of African Celebrities who attended the launch of Wanneka Luxury Hair in Ghana.

Nwanneka Luxury Hair, a leading Nigerian beauty, cosmetics and personal care brand has expanded its operations into Ghana.

The opening of the company’s first Ghanaian outlet at East Legon was a star-studded event with some of the biggest names in the Ghanaian entertainment industry in attendance.

The likes of Juliet Ibrahim, Sister Deborah, Victoria Michaels, Swanky Jerry, Lharley Lartey, Haillie Sumney, Araba Sey, Vanessa Gyan Stephanie Karikari and Miss Ghana 2020 queens explored the well-stocked outlet of the popular brand.

The glamourous and well-attended event was held on Saturday, March 27 and hosted by popular Nigerian Media Personality, Nancy Isime. Mouthwatering buffet, and great music were the icing on the cake.



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Located at Shop 1 Evita 3 Mall, Jungle Avenue, Adjacent the A & C Mall, the brand is home of “affordable luxury” as stated by founder of the brand, Nwanneka Nkumah.

“We have a reasonable amount of client base In Ghana so the decision was made to have a physical store for our cherished customers in the country who have been requesting for one, and also to connect with new ones,” says Nwanneka.

“Our mission statement has always being to provide quality but affordable luxury. We believe in the idea that women don’t have to break the bank to look beautiful.

We will provide the same high quality services that we are known for to our clients in Ghana at very affordable rates.”

Founded in 2013, Wanneka Luxury Hair has grown to become the preferred choice for high-profile personalities including Jackie Appiah, Uche Jombo, Omoni Oboli, Ufuorma MacDormoth, Lillian Esoro and Beverly Osu.

The brand has three other outlets – two in Nigeria and another in Dubai.

Popularly known as the Hair Boss, Nwanneka is the last of nine siblings born to Nigerian parents. She is married with two children.

In an interview, she disclosed that the journey to be an entrepreneur started with the “insane idea” to surprise her husband, and show that women can be independent, and not a liability as assumed by some people.

Even though she considered quitting a few times in the face of challenges, she still held on. The challenges includes backlash she faced for unknowingly selling fake products she bought from a bad source.

Through consistency, the exquisite lady with a bold personality overcame the setback by being consistent and building healthy relationships.

Being the thoughtful marketing person she is, Nwanneka introduced her brand to folks at churches, and in corporate offices in Nigeria through in-person conversations.



She also made good use of the opportunities available via social media to connect with potential clients, and growing her brand in the process.

Nwanneka is also the owner of Wanneka’s Lounge, an exotic restaurant in Lagos, Nigeria.



Awarding winning Ghanaian actor Majid Michel is a year older today!  Join us in wishing this talented, handsome and brilliant African actor an amazing birthday! Wishing Majid Michel God’s richest blessings on his birthday and every day.


Majid Michel was born on 22nd September 1980 to a Lebanese father and a Ghanaian mother.  Majid Michel aka Shaker was raised in Accra, Ghana with nine siblings. He was part of the cast of a TV series in Ghana titled “Things We Do For Love”


His role on ‘Things We Do for Love’ was to be played by a Lebanese boy, which was perfect  for him due to his Lebanese heritage. ‘Things We Do for Love’ became a huge success and his performance gave him his breakthrough, Majid instantly became a household name!

Majid first starred in the movie “Divine Love” he has since featured in over 20+ movies. He received nominations for Best Actor in a Leading Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014. In 2012 he won the African Movie Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. Majid and wife Virna Michel have 2 beautiful kids.

Ghanaian Superstar Majid Michel, is not only handsome but has a good heart as well! 

Majid Michel gives back to community  through his foundation ‘The Majid Michel Foundation (M.W.F) his foundation helps  the deprived, needy and the rejected.

The Majid Michel Foundation has partnered with various reputable and credible Non-profit Organisations in Ghana and other parts of the world to make a difference in humanitarian causes.

This includes the provision of potable water and the issues around sanitation and hygiene especially, in the rural communities in Ghana and developing countries in Africa and around the world… More about  The Majid Michel Foundation 

Keep up the good work!

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New Music Alert! Mami  by Young Rob


After weeks of anticipation and teaming up with Barn-B (West L Boyz) to release a collaborative album, promising Ghanaian-UK based artist, Young Rob has finally dropped his new song. Titled ‘Mami’, the song produced by O.G.E Beats was accompanied with a music video upon release.

The song features a sizzling and seductive background, layered with a contagious hook. ‘Mami’ is a refreshing piece that spreads good vibes on an absolute powerhouse of a track. According to Young Rob, the new song talks about his adoration for Latino and Hispanic women.

He adds: ”Mami is a song with a feel-good vibe and catchy hook that will certainly get listeners and party goers alike, all over the dance floor”.

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For the video, which was shot and directed by Deafnick Visuals, it follows Young Rob as he delivers a thorough performance on a white studio set.


His performances are then accompanied by a diverse range of dancers, showcasing some of the latest dances in African music.

Young Rob is looking forward to break boundaries with ‘Mami’ and is also hoping to collaborate with Ghanaian based musicians soon.

His previous single ‘Slow Wine’ which currently has over 127K views on YouTube, topped some charts in the UK and was one of the most played songs on the airwaves two years ago on Ghanaian-based UK radio stations.

Young Rob is no stranger to success or great music and ‘Mami’ is a further proof of that.


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New Music Alert!

Ghanaian actress, singer and songwriter Efya’s ‘ANKWA DOBI’ ft Medikal is out now!  




The Multi-Award Winning star Efya will be performing live at Central Park SummerStage This Sunday 7th July. SummerStage…  


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Pamela Odame Watara

Ghanaian/Kenyan model and video vixen Pamela Odame Watara is one the sort after Celebrities in Ghana. Ghanaians can’t stop talking about her, especially about her boobs.

Whilst most celebrities are going under the knife multiple times just to get to C or D cup bra size, Pamela is blessed with natural boobs, her bra size is 34J. She’s currently the lady with the biggest boobs in Ghana. 

No doubt her mixed decent (combination of Kenya and Ghana) is playing a massive part in her prominence and has recently gained the attention of musicians across African, featuring in series of music videos. She has started acting as well.


Photo Credit: Pamela Odame Watara


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Many say that if the Nigerian musician, D’banj is called “Mr, Endowed”, then here is his “Miss Endowed”. The beautiful hourglass shaped actress is for sure the talk of the day in Kenya and Ghana.


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Born to a Ghanaian mother and a Kenyan Father, the 23-year-old celebrity is making it big in the entertainment industry today and her stardom is limitless and we hope she comes out soon to tell us who will be taking her to the altar

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Ghanaian women are the third most beautiful ladies in Africa, according to ranking site Ranker. They were beaten to the top spot by Somalia and Djibouti in that order, suggesting Somalian ladies are the most beautiful on the Continent.


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After Ghana are Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Morocco, Kenya, Kenya, Rwanda and Seychelles – all fall within the first 10 African countries ranked according to beauty. At the bottom of the 54-nation beauty ranking is the Central African Republic.

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This suggests women from the CAR are the least beautiful on the Continent. Apart from the CAR, the others at the bottom 10 include: Republic of Congo, 53; Swaziland, 52; Guinea Bissau, 51; Burkina Faso, 50; Equatorial Guinea, 49; Lesotho, 48; Malawi, 47; Chad, 46 and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), 45.

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Voting is done by visitors who click a ‘like’ or ‘dislike’ icon placed right by pictures of national beauty queens of each of country. Miss Ghana 2013, Naa Okailey Shooter’s photo is the picture attached to Ghana’s spot. The more likes clicked by the site’s visitors – based on the picture they see – the higher a country climbs in the ranking.

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Headline 1: Listen to Jinmi Abduls new single ‘Abena’

Headline 2: Jinmi Abduls – Abena

The beauty of the black woman has long since been revered across all the ages of music, spanning from different perspectives to genre. Fast-rising star, Jinmi Abduls, celebrates black beauty from his own perspective on his new record titled, ‘Abena’.

The young aficionado serenades on this Ghanaian inspired pop record with melodies and vocals that compel the body to groove. The release of this single follows the announcement of his signing to The Plug Management company, Nigeria.

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The production of this record shows his growth behind the scenes; borrowing sounds from guitarist, Bendrix & recruiting, GMK one of Africa’s leading sound engineers. He delivers a special summer vibe to pop to.




Patricia Mawuli

TBT: Meet Patricia Mawuli a 25 year old Ghanaian woman she discovered her passion at the age of 19.

One day whilst in the bush cutting trees in her small rural town, she saw small planes flying overhead. Out of curiosity she decided to find where the planes were coming from.


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She was keen to work at Kpong airfield, she was given a job to clear shrubs from the highway which she took with gratitude. Later she luckily landed herself in the workshop.

She learnt how to build aircraft from scratch and was given a scholarship to pursue aviation, within a short period of 6 months she was given her flying license. Patricia has built planes for schools, clubs and organisation.

Patricia Mawuli has a school where she trains women to repair aircraft or to build them.

She is helping her society, moving people from one place to the other including school children to their schools to bypass traffic.

Patricia Mawuli is the first woman to be awarded Ghana’s national pilot’s license and the first black African and only woman in the world to be a certified rotax engine mechanic and is personally flying a Zenith CH701 powered by the all new Rotax 912 iS engine.

“Patricia has been offered jobs all over the world. She could leave Ghana tomorrow, travel outside and multiply her earnings to 20, 30 times, easily. She turns them all down. Why?

Because she chooses to make the sacrifice to stay in Ghana to teach others to build and fly. Now that’s sustainability,”

Young people should understand that hard work is the only secret to success and you must stay focused in everything you do if you want to succeed in life.” Patricia Mawuli Nyekodzi.


Words are not enough to describe or explain what this young woman is doing!


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