‘I Pray Ghanaians Do Not Forget Me Soon’ – Kuami Eugene

Lynx Entertainment artist, Kuame Eugene has said the thought of being ‘dumped’ by Ghanaians and relegated to the background scares him to death. It’s a common phenomenon that stars are hailed today and forgotten the next minute, with a tall list of artists that can be mentioned as examples. Speaking to Mercury Quaye of Hitz FM, Kaume Eugene talked about a love subject when the host asked him what scares him. He replied: “I don’t actually get scared cos I feel I’m working. This is God-given. I wanted to be…

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Samira Bawumia secures Indian scholarships for Ghanaians

The Second Lady Hajia Mrs. Samira Bawumia has secured 12 scholarships and free services for children needing special pediatric care abroad through her not-for-profit organization, the Samira Empowerment and Humanitarian Projects (SEHP). A number of qualified Ghanaian students are set to enjoy partial and full scholarships in two Indian Universities. Health professionals are also set to receive training to improve their skills, while paediatric patients recommended for treatment abroad are to benefit from free health care in a leading Indian Teaching Hospital. Ghana’s High Commissioner to India, Michael Aaron N.…

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