Friday, August 14, 2015

Ghanaian Model

Wanlov Kubolor and sister Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu
Wanlov Kubolor and sister Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu
Biography:
Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu (born 25th August 1984) is a pretty good Ghanaian model, TV show host, budding academic and graphic artist. She is the sister of popular Ghanaian musician Wanlov the Kubolor and daughter of an Ashanti man and a Romanian woman.
Wanlov Kubolor and sister Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu
Wanlov Kubolor and sister Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu
Being from two different cultures gave Miss Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu the ability to see things from more than one perspective and thus made her open to diversity, readily identifying the beauty in things as well as developing a genuine interest in people and cultures. Ultimately it led her to being an extrovert woman with outstanding social skills.
Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu's own design
Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu’s own design
Deborah grew up in Accra, attended Christ the King Int. Sch., then Wesley Girls High Sch. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Publishing Studies from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana followed by a Master Degree in Book/Journal Publishing from the University of the Arts London in the UK. She has shown her professionalism and passion for her chosen field by working successfully for both small enterprises as well as big corporations in Ghana, the United States and United Kingdom.
Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu London Shoot 2009
Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu London Shoot 2009
Naturally being the centre of attention since her childhood, Deborah has always been a ‘show’ person of sorts and has since found the right balance between corporate work and the entertainment industry. Her experience as a mentor through the Mannequin Academy, an initiative to give industry training to both professional and amateur models that she co-founded, gave her the confidence that she had the strength to take on greater things. She recently had a life changing experience when hosting a documentary for the Cadbury Canada Fair trade Campaign taking the world to Ghana’s cocoa farmers and their farms, proudly presenting the valuable commodity and flourishing farming communities as well as educating the public on the importance of Fair trade.
Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu modelling 2009
Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu modelling 2009
Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu modelling 2009
Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu modelling 2009
Deborah is going from strength to strength, multiplying experiences as a TV personality and a public figure, and constantly inspiring people. With Miss Ghana 2010, she found a way to blend her many passions for fashion, mentoring, presenting and representing Ghana’s beauty and now, as E.TV Ghana’s host of the Late Night Celebrity Show, she is set to be a significant player on Ghana’s cultural scene and the best is yet to come.

Ghana: Melcom Care Foundation Donates Medical Essentials to Four Public Hospitals

As part of its give-back-to-society agenda and health support programme, Melcom Care Foundation, the Social and Charity Division of the Melcom Group of Companies, has donated Medical Refrigerators, Bedside Refrigerators and Pure-It Water Purifiers to five public hospitals in Accra.
The hospitals are the 37 Military Hospital, Police Hospital, Tema General Hospital, Ridge Hospital and Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
The 37 Military Hospital received 2 Bedside Refrigerators and 3 Pure-It Water Purifiers while the Police, Tema General, Ridge and the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospitals each received 1 Medical Refrigerator and 3 Pure-It Water Purifiers.
While the Bedside Refrigerators were bona fide donations by Melcom Care, the Pure-It Water Purifiers were jointly donated by Melcom Group, distributor of the purifiers, and Unilever, the brand maker.
In his remarks at the presentation ceremony in Accra, yesterday, Mr Godwin Avenorgbo, Director of Communications, Melcom Group, said the donation of Medical Refrigerators was a first step to ensuring that blood donated to the hospitals were kept safe for screening and infusion to save lives.
Mr Avenorgbo announced that the Chairman of Melcom Group, Mr Bhagwan Khubchandani, had directed that the possibility of awarding medals to all voluntary blood donors who participated in Melcom Blood Donation Campaigns be explored. He disclosed that Melcom Care Foundation had institutionalized blood donation as an annual bleeding exercise and that in 2013, 2014 and 2015, the bleeding exercises yielded 435 pints, 639 pints and 824 pints of blood, respectively.
He said the Foundation was set up to reach out and meet needs across board, from children in need to medical care and education support through a well-managed scholarship scheme from primary to the tertiary level of education and expressed the hope that the donation would go a long way to enhance the relationship between Melcom Group and the various hospitals.
Present at the ceremony was the Deputy Minister for Health, Dr. Victor Kampoe, who expressed appreciation to the Foundation for the donations, and pledged government's commitment to working with organizations like the Melcom Group.
Also present at the ceremony was a representative of the National Blood Service, Dr Justina Ansah, who also thanked the Foundation for the kind gesture over the years and appealed to other organizations to emulate their example by donating blood to save lives.
The donation formed part of activities marking the birthday of Mrs Sheila Khubchandani, wife of the Chairman of Melcom Group.
Last year, the Foundation donated an ambulance to the 37 Military Hospital to commemorate the birthday of the Chairman of Melcom Group.

Ghana: Melcom Care Foundation Donates Medical Essentials to Four Public Hospitals

As part of its give-back-to-society agenda and health support programme, Melcom Care Foundation, the Social and Charity Division of the Melcom Group of Companies, has donated Medical Refrigerators, Bedside Refrigerators and Pure-It Water Purifiers to five public hospitals in Accra.
The hospitals are the 37 Military Hospital, Police Hospital, Tema General Hospital, Ridge Hospital and Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
The 37 Military Hospital received 2 Bedside Refrigerators and 3 Pure-It Water Purifiers while the Police, Tema General, Ridge and the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospitals each received 1 Medical Refrigerator and 3 Pure-It Water Purifiers.
While the Bedside Refrigerators were bona fide donations by Melcom Care, the Pure-It Water Purifiers were jointly donated by Melcom Group, distributor of the purifiers, and Unilever, the brand maker.
In his remarks at the presentation ceremony in Accra, yesterday, Mr Godwin Avenorgbo, Director of Communications, Melcom Group, said the donation of Medical Refrigerators was a first step to ensuring that blood donated to the hospitals were kept safe for screening and infusion to save lives.
Mr Avenorgbo announced that the Chairman of Melcom Group, Mr Bhagwan Khubchandani, had directed that the possibility of awarding medals to all voluntary blood donors who participated in Melcom Blood Donation Campaigns be explored. He disclosed that Melcom Care Foundation had institutionalized blood donation as an annual bleeding exercise and that in 2013, 2014 and 2015, the bleeding exercises yielded 435 pints, 639 pints and 824 pints of blood, respectively.
He said the Foundation was set up to reach out and meet needs across board, from children in need to medical care and education support through a well-managed scholarship scheme from primary to the tertiary level of education and expressed the hope that the donation would go a long way to enhance the relationship between Melcom Group and the various hospitals.
Present at the ceremony was the Deputy Minister for Health, Dr. Victor Kampoe, who expressed appreciation to the Foundation for the donations, and pledged government's commitment to working with organizations like the Melcom Group.
Also present at the ceremony was a representative of the National Blood Service, Dr Justina Ansah, who also thanked the Foundation for the kind gesture over the years and appealed to other organizations to emulate their example by donating blood to save lives.
The donation formed part of activities marking the birthday of Mrs Sheila Khubchandani, wife of the Chairman of Melcom Group.
Last year, the Foundation donated an ambulance to the 37 Military Hospital to commemorate the birthday of the Chairman of Melcom Group.

Ghana: Melcom Care Foundation Donates Medical Essentials to Four Public Hospitals

As part of its give-back-to-society agenda and health support programme, Melcom Care Foundation, the Social and Charity Division of the Melcom Group of Companies, has donated Medical Refrigerators, Bedside Refrigerators and Pure-It Water Purifiers to five public hospitals in Accra.
The hospitals are the 37 Military Hospital, Police Hospital, Tema General Hospital, Ridge Hospital and Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
The 37 Military Hospital received 2 Bedside Refrigerators and 3 Pure-It Water Purifiers while the Police, Tema General, Ridge and the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospitals each received 1 Medical Refrigerator and 3 Pure-It Water Purifiers.
While the Bedside Refrigerators were bona fide donations by Melcom Care, the Pure-It Water Purifiers were jointly donated by Melcom Group, distributor of the purifiers, and Unilever, the brand maker.
In his remarks at the presentation ceremony in Accra, yesterday, Mr Godwin Avenorgbo, Director of Communications, Melcom Group, said the donation of Medical Refrigerators was a first step to ensuring that blood donated to the hospitals were kept safe for screening and infusion to save lives.
Mr Avenorgbo announced that the Chairman of Melcom Group, Mr Bhagwan Khubchandani, had directed that the possibility of awarding medals to all voluntary blood donors who participated in Melcom Blood Donation Campaigns be explored. He disclosed that Melcom Care Foundation had institutionalized blood donation as an annual bleeding exercise and that in 2013, 2014 and 2015, the bleeding exercises yielded 435 pints, 639 pints and 824 pints of blood, respectively.
He said the Foundation was set up to reach out and meet needs across board, from children in need to medical care and education support through a well-managed scholarship scheme from primary to the tertiary level of education and expressed the hope that the donation would go a long way to enhance the relationship between Melcom Group and the various hospitals.
Present at the ceremony was the Deputy Minister for Health, Dr. Victor Kampoe, who expressed appreciation to the Foundation for the donations, and pledged government's commitment to working with organizations like the Melcom Group.
Also present at the ceremony was a representative of the National Blood Service, Dr Justina Ansah, who also thanked the Foundation for the kind gesture over the years and appealed to other organizations to emulate their example by donating blood to save lives.
The donation formed part of activities marking the birthday of Mrs Sheila Khubchandani, wife of the Chairman of Melcom Group.
Last year, the Foundation donated an ambulance to the 37 Military Hospital to commemorate the birthday of the Chairman of Melcom Group.

Ghana Embarks On Nuclear Power Project

The Ghana Nuclear Regulatory Bill has been passed and is awaiting the President's assent.
The objectives of the Bill are to establish the Ghana Nuclear Regulatory Authority with clear functions and responsibilities and to provide for the beneficial and peaceful uses of nuclear energy.
Parliament has also, in February, this year, ratified some relevant international conventions, such as the Convention on Early Notification of a Nuclear Accident, Convention on Assistance in the Case of a Nuclear Accident or Radiological Emergency and the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage.
The Minister for the Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, Mr Mahama Ayariga, made these known when he took his turn at the Meet-The-Press series in Accra, yesterday.
Mr Ayariga disclosed that the Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI), through the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC), under the Nuclear Power Project, had also signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the State Atomic Energy Corporation of the Federation of Russia (ROSATOM) for the construction of a Nuclear Power Plant in Ghana.
Under the agreement, he said, the Plant would have Russian design power units 1000- 1,200 MW in line with the ROSATOM comprehensive proposal while staff will be trained, nuclear infrastructure established and product and service life supplied.
He said to ensure the safe disposal of nuclear waste generated in the country so that people, environment and property were kept safe, a set of draft of Radioactive Waste Management Regulations and a Radioactive Waste Management Policy and Strategy had also been developed.
Mr Ayariga disclosed that in order to increase the shelf life of farm produce for exports, GAEC through the Technology Transfer and Marketing Centre, had endorsed collaboration with the Ministry of Trade to use Gamma Irradiation Facility to have products and goods irradiated and improve trade in Ghana.
To that effect, he said a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) had been signed with the Federation of Associations of Exporters and the Ghana Health Service for sterilisation of medical equipment.
On nuclear safety monitoring, Mr Ayariga said, about 1,593 radiation workers --in hospitals, mines, oil and gas sector, research and education-- among others, were being monitored for radiation exposure, inspections and enforcements requirements under LI 1559 of 1993 being carried out while training for operators of nuclear facilities on nuclear safety culture were ongoing.
Furthermore, he said, Nuclear Security Infrastructure was being upgraded at the various nuclear facilities such as Radiotherapy Centres at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) and the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) and the Takoradi, and Tema ports to counter malicious intent while nuclear security training was being given to the national security agencies like Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) and the Customs, Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS).
He said the Graduate School of Nuclear & Allied Sciences (SNAS) continued to be the designated Centre for Nuclear Science education in Africa and that Ghana was currently hosting the African Network for Education in Science and Technology (AFRA-NEST), an ICT for web-based education and training for Human Resource Development (HRD) and Nuclear Knowledge Management (NKM).

Mugabe Sacks Defence Chief Because of "insecurity"

Is this why President Mugabe fired his Chief of Defense Staff?
If this is true, then this is funny and sad!
There are reports that Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has fired his Chief of Defense Forces.
According to information trending on social media, President Mugabe fired his Chief of Defense Forces (seen seated next to his wife in the pic) for allegedly being too free around her and staring at her butt when she bent down.
Hilarious isn't it? .

- See more at: http://viasat1.com.gh/news/offbeat/article.php?postId=1902#sthash.vDaExnHS.y5ZQezar.dpuf

‪#‎GROW‬ SOCIETY PUSHES THE CARNAL ASPECTS OF INTIMACY... FAR MORE IMPORTANT ARE THE SPIRITUAL, ENERGETIC REALITIES.


Sex is a natural force, alive with spiritual potency and transformative possibility. Some of us can engage in sex causally with little impact on our lives or our work, others of us—most of us—can not. All of it, however, is God force which we bring forth, and how we bring it forth—our intentionality in that space—determines the ways it works in our lives and how it serves us.
Some of us can be casual about our sexual exchanges but shouldn't because the work that we are engaged in requires a kind of spiritual potency that is severely diluted when we introduce too many peoples or the wrong peoples energies into our bodies and into our lives. As I shared on another post, I believe that [sexual] is neither created nor destroyed, it merely changes forms. The forms it takes are a function of our intentionality and how responsibly we handle this awesome power.
I am not speaking here about controlling anyone's sexual expression; I leave that to puritans, misogynist and religious zealots. What I am talking about here is understanding a psycho-spiritual dynamic that has lived implications for all of us, men and women, and thinking about how we use that energy not just for pleasure but as an instrument for enhancing a purpose filled life by infusing it with spiritual vitality. In other words, handling this power responsibly in such a way that it serves to move us towards our highest destiny. You can get your swerve on at 15, what I am talking about is not about getting older but about being grown. Moving beyond being "grown and sexy" to being sexy in ways that shows you're full grown.
How is it that we believe that prayer is powerful and cant see that entering someones body or having some enter our is not an equally powerful spiritual incantation? How is that we can grasp the idea of us being powerful and not bear witness to the powerfulness of bodies joined in soul conversation (sexual intercourse)? What kind of broken logic allows us to see taking vitamins or what we consume as important to our health, and yet remain unable to see that the people we take into our bodies can be either healthy or unhealthy?
Sex can be a kind of prayer, a way of calling forth the god in you, if you will, a way of manifesting fertile possibilities that live and breathe and give our lives enhanced motive force for the beauty we were all created to introduce into the world.
—Àdisà

Nigeria: Fire guts Christ Embassy Church in Lagos


An early morning fire has razed a section of the Christ Embassy Church, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos State, destroying property said to be worth millions of naira.

The fire, which reportedly lasted for about two hours on Wednesday, was said to have affected four 40-feet containers, reportedly being used as storage facilities by the church.

The fire, which was said to have started at about 4am, was caused by a burning heap of refuse, which later engulfed the containers near an uncompleted building on the church premises.

It will be recalled that another fire incident occurred in the church in March 2014, which razed generator houses, damaging about 10 generators.

According to a resident, who claimed to be an eyewitness, the Wednesday fire, which created panic and later caused gridlock in the area, was put out by firefighters from the Alausa Fire Station, who were joined by some church workers.

He said, “The fire started from some refuse being burnt near the containers. It soon engulfed the containers and lasted for about two hours. It attracted sympathisers and passersby to the area. The thick smoke also caused some traffic snarl along Billings Way, Oregun, where the church is located.”

The Director, Lagos State Fire Service, Rasaq Fadipe, confirmed the incident, adding that the service deployed two fire trucks from the Alausa station in the area. The director noted that no life was lost in the inferno.

He said, “We got the distress call at about 5am. We immediately deployed two fire trucks from the Alausa Station to attend to it. Four containers caught up in the fire contained electrical appliances, pumping machines and pieces of furniture.

“We were able to put the situation under control.”

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Dancing and celebration at Ghana funerals

spc on the road ghana kumasi funeral_00002509.jpg

Circle interchange is a 'bogus' project - Divine Nkrumah

Divine Nkrumah PPP Youth

National Youth Organizer of the Progressive People's Party, Divine Nkrumah has described as "bogus" the Mahama-led government's flyover construction at Circle in Accra.

President John Mahama, on Friday, August 7, cut the tape to open two flyovers of the Kwame Nkrumah Circle interchange, signifying the completion of the first phase of the project which is to help ease traffic congestion in one of the busiest areas of Accra.

The Akasanoma Road that links the Nsawam Road, around the Vodafone building, and the other one which links the Nsawam Road to the Nkrumah Avenue, around the Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) building, opened to traffic last week after the inauguration by the President.

A third flyover under construction plus other works – a new statue of Ghana’s first President Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, a fountain and a police post, new lorry parks – among others, are expected to be completed and inaugurated before June 2016.

But to the PPP National Youth Organizer, the country is not ready for the Circle Interchange.

In a panel discussion regarding the activities of the Mahama administration on Peace FM's "Kokrokoo", Divine Nkrumah strongly believed the government has misplaced its priorities. He pointed that there are lots of pressing issues that the government needs to address in various sectors of the economy but clearly not the Circle interchange.

“The reconstruction of that road is a bogus project. How can you decide to construct an interchange at Circle, and by so doing, move traffic congestion from that area (Circle) and dump it at Obetsebi Lamptey which is just about 300 meters away? What lack of foresight is this? You move traffic from Circle to Avenor, why… So, what is the plan?”

He advised that President John Mahama together with the government must "demonstrate competence over mediocrity."

Warning: Burkina Faso to open Bagre Dam

Bagre Dam

People living close to the White Volta basin in the Upper East and Northern regions have few hours to vacate their homes and farms as authorities in Burkina Faso spill excess water in the Bagre Dam.

The National Disaster Management Organization, NADMO, says it was only informed about the spillage on Monday. 

About 10 people died after the spillage last year while some communities were cut off from the rest of the country.

NADMO officials in the Upper East region are warning people in communities likely to be affected to move out immediately.

Regional NADMO Coordinator, Alfred Sawuk told Joy News the Water Resources Commission informed them about the spillage but are unclear how the spillage would be done – regulated or at once.

Either way, he said, “whether we like it or not ones they open it water will come to our region”.

Ghanaian authorities have also been kept in the dark as to the exact time the dam would be opened.

But Sawuk said NADMO officials have been dispatched to communities along the White Volta to educate them on the impending danger.

He said farmers, persons who travel on the basin, as well as those who work at areas likely to get flooded have been advised to stay out of the place until the spillage is over and the flood receded.

The spillage of the Bagre Dam has been an annual affair. Alfred Sawuk said NADMO has been doing training and planning in addition to identifying early warning signs so that adequate measures are put in place to minimize the damage that would be caused.

He noted that after years of experience, Ghanaian authorities have realized that “sensitization and education is the key” in forestalling any eventuality.

Although they have limited time to inform people about the spillage, he is confident “information will go done well and we will not lose any soul this year”.

Joy News Upper East regional correspondent, Albert Sore fears there could be dire consequence due to the short period the notice was given.

The Interior Minister, Mark Woyongo when he was the Upper East Regional Minister said the Burkinabe authorities had agreed to give at least three days’ notice before going ahead with the spillage but it seems that has been reneged on, Albert recalled.

The minister also informed residents that the two countries agreed in 2012 that the water would be spilled gradually and would not allow the dam to get full before spilling it at once.

Dubai confident of transforming Ghana’s cocoa sector


Dubai Chamber Of Commerce, Omar Khan
Director of International Offices of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Omar Khan expressed Dubai’s readiness to play a pivotal role in Ghana’s cocoa sector, using its comparative advantage as a trade hub for Asia and beyond.

The country’s cocoa sector, Mr. Khan said, has enormous potential for both players in Ghana as well as businesses in Dubai that are seeking to invest in the crop, which already accounts for 20% of the country’s total export earnings.

To assess the potential for opportunities between cocoa government agencies and relevant private enterprises, Dubai Chamber held its first Cocoa Roundtable Discussion in Accra in August 2015.

Speaking at the event, which was also attended by private enterprises that operate at various levels in the cocoa value chain Mr. Khan said, this discussion was necessary for Dubai to further understand the operations of this sector.

“The cocoa sector is very complicated with many gaps and challenges, but that means there are various opportunities at different levels, and learning about the challenges can help us to see where we can add value as Dubai. There is a synergy between the two countries as Ghana is very rich in many resources and Dubai is also rich as far as knowledge and infrastructure is concerned, which can provide opportunities to work together. We will try to identify the right interested companies out of our 177, 000 members” he added.

The roundtable discussion was also attended by officials from the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC), Ministry of Trade and Industry as well as the Ghana Free Zones Board, who disclosed some incentives that businesses seeking to take advantage of the cash crop can access.

Incentives from GIPC and the Free Zones Board include tax holidays, duty free imports, among others to entice companies to consider establishing in Ghana. The representative from Cocobod, Ghana’s cocoa regulator, reiterated that much of the cocoa produced in Ghana is exported with little value addition. The need for high capacity processing plants, warehousing facilities, he said, are just some of the opportunities that investors can look at.

Commenting on the available incentives from the state investment promoting agencies, Mr. Khan said, “We will take all the research and information we have gathered here [Ghana] and communicate it to our business community – along with all the different entities and urge them to take advantage of all the different incentives for investing in Ghana.” He further added that once businesses know the ground reality their impression and ideas regarding the sector will change.

According to him, the opportunities for synergies between enterprises from the two countries are vast. “Whether the needs of the companies here relate to automation or warehousing, they would just have to explain to us what they require and we will then search our membership and identify the company that matches these requirements– be it a supplier, consultant, buyer, or a marketing or logistics company.

“I have spoken to a few companies and they are looking for equity investment. For instance, we have the Dubai International Financial Center which has a lot of banks and investment banks, which can be contacted and would be interested,” Mr. Khan remarked.

Not only did the Director of International Offices at the Dubai Chamber speak of his readiness to explore opportunities in the sector, but he added that there will be a special emphasis on assistance to SMEs and young entrepreneurs in the cocoa value chain.

“90% of our members are SMEs so we are looking forward to reaching out to the young companies and the entrepreneurs as well. Although we know there are big players on the local scene, we believe in SMEs as well, as involving them leads to growth and prosperity, since they contribute majorly to the economy.” He also added that H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, has emphasized on the importance of building economic links with the African continent because of its proximity, cultural similarities and investment opportunities.

To conclude, Mr. Khan reiterated that this first Cocoa Roundtable Discussion was part of a bigger plan to provide businesses in Dubai exciting investment opportunities in Ghana. The event, he said, was successful in bringing together multiple stakeholders and to find the best solutions and opportunities to overcome any impediments for current and future investors.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Mzbel threatens to sue Smirnoff Ice and drinking spot

Singer Mzbel after performing at TV3's Music Music on Saturday evening, is planning to sue Smirnoff Ice, a drinking bar and also sack her Personal Assistant.

Mzbel is thinking of taking any of these actions because according to her, she drunk an expired Smirnoff Ice before she hit stage that night to perform.

The controversial musician says the intake of the drink caused trouble for her on Saturday evening.


Read her post below:


Mzbel
Musician/Band · 55,803 Likes
 · August 9 at 7:21am · 
Last night on stage, i was feeling nauseous and stomach upset but managed to pull through, it got worse as we arrived home, threw up several times and the stomach ache was just deadly, we later realized that the 2 bottles of Smirnoff Ice i drunk few minutes before my show had expired... Thinking what to do now, sue Smirnoff Ice, sue the drinking spot or fire my PA... ‪#‎Mzbel‬ ‪#‎MzbelMusic‬ ‪#‎MusicMusic‬ ‪#‎FoodPoison‬ ‪#‎TeamHashem‬‪#‎HelpStopDumsor‬ ‪#‎KeepGhanaClean‬

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