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Eight Years of Being In the Industry Wasn’t an Easy Journey –Outlaw Zamani

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Eight Years of Being In the Industry Wasn’t an Easy Journey –Outlaw Zamani

Ghanaian up-and-Coming dancehall artist known in the entertainment industry as Outlaw Zamani on his recent on celebrity Chitchat show told the presenter how things were tough for him during his Eight years of being in the Music Industry.
He further explain how he sometimes walk after performance from Ablekuma to Dansoman with his team since he do not have money to book car for himself and his team.
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Outlaw Zamani who is known in the the entertainment Industry told the presenter during the interview session where he got the name Zamani from.

Watch the full interview Here


The Level Of “Waakye’ and Sobolo Business to Be Extend to Different Level-, Dr. Mustapha Abdul-Hamid

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The Level Of “Waakye’ and Sobolo Business to Be Extend to Different Level-, Dr. Mustapha Abdul-Hamid
The Minister of Inner-city and Zongo Development, Dr. Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, has revealed plans to assist Zongo women who are into 'waakye' and 'sobolo' businesses. This, he said, is geared towards empowering them to become economically productive and to improve their living standards
According to him, this will enable them redirect their skills into productive ventures to improve household incomes of such communities.
The ministry has initiated a number of socio-economic programmes that are aimed at developing the human capacities of the people in Zongo communities, empower them to be economically productive and support the promotion of their indigenous businesses in order to improve household incomes,” he said.
“The Minister added that women who are into the selling of “waakye,” “sobolo,” “tubani” and “koko” will be given special training on how package and to add value…

Robert Mugabe, the 94-year-old former president of Zimbabwe, is no longer able to walk because of ill health and age.

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Robert Mugabe, the 94-year-old former president of Zimbabwe, is no longer able to walk because of ill health and age.

The announcement was made by his successor, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who said on Saturday that the former leader has been receiving treatment in Singapore for the past two months.
"He is now old. Of course, he now is unable to walk but whatever he asks for we will provide," Mnangagwa told hundreds of supporters in Mugabe's home area of Zvimba, about 100km west of the capital, Harare. "We are looking after him," added Mnangagwa, calling Mugabe the "founding father of free Zimbabwe".
The president did not give further details about the condition of Mugabe, who ruled Zimbabwe for nearly four decades since independence from Britain in 1980,
Mugabe was expected to return from Singapore in late October, but his health required him to stay an extra month, according to Mnangagwa. He added that the former president is expected to return home at …