Now that the 87th Academy Award Winners for the 2015 Oscar has been announced, celebrity gossip shows are gearing up for a next morning coverage of the event from the red carpet to the after party. Jokes will be made about Neil Patrick Harris underwear moment, Lady Gaga clean look performance, and people will mention the amazing performance of the oscar-winning song “Glory” from Selma.
Audience at the Miss West Africa International 2014 event, organized by D.Sinatra, witnessed a failed attempt to fix the Miss West Africa crown for Rachel (from Nigeria), a lady close to D.Sinatra Ents recently interviewed on Channels TV. The show heard a mild boo when Rachel was announced as the winner, and shortly after some of the audience walked out on her crowning, the rest witnessed her dethroned by the franchise owners no more than 5 minutes after her crowning. The event took place late December 2014, Delta State.
Toofan – “OROBO” (Official HD)
Angélique Kidjo (born on July 14, 1960) is a Grammy Award–winning singer-songwriter and activist from Benin that is well known for her diverse musical influences and creative music videos. She has been coined as the “Africa’s first Diva” by Time magazine.
After 120 minutes of tactical actions, It took 22 players (both teams) to go through penalty shootout in order to come up with the decision; and Ivory Coast has been crowned Champions of Africa, defeating Ghana.
Third single release from Molaré in preparation with the upcoming Album “MAÎTRE DU JEU ” which the official release was set for December 2014.
It may be Super Bowl Week-end in the United States, but there is something much bigger taking place this week-end within all African Communities all across the Globe. Yes, bigger than Super Bowl; it’s the 2015 African Cup of Nations Quarter Finals. And today, we are set for a treat: it’s the Clash of Congos.
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Africans should never give up on Africa, no matter where they are in the world. With all our troubles and calamities, we are caring, loving, and enduring people. There will always be hope for Africa.
Comedy Wednesday – Do not look if you ain’t buying.