Anonymous asked: Nigerians are so tribalistic. Why do Nigerians like including their tribes when they send u their pictures? A Ghanaian girl will never indicate she is Asante or Fante. She's just Ghanaian. Nigerians, na only God go save una?
You sound like a hater.
Nigeria has a lot more tribes than Ghana though
This actually isnt true. I have spent the past few months talking to a lot of people that live in Ghana and they actually bring up what group they are from as well (I hate the word tribe). Ghana doesnt have as many groups as Nigeria (dont have as many people eiter) and I think many people only think there are probably two or three groups but that is not the case.
I follow this African wedding page on facebook and I love that for Nigeria they say what group the bride is from. I never knew there was a River State. I would love if they did that for the Ghanaian brides as well. Because we are different groups and it is good to embrace your group, culture and traditions, as well as embrace your whole country.
Shuga Naija: Episode 2
No Strings Attached
A short drama made by The Way street boys in Freetown, Sierra Leone for the competition ‘Why Poverty’. Made by Brian McAndrew with Alimamy Kamara and Mohamed Conteh crewing and starring Abdul Tarawally, Alusine Kamara and Mohamed Barries who all live on the streets.
"This House Is Not For Sale" Afrobeat Band at the "Save The Rex" Event. Accra, Ghana. Photographs by Francis Kokoroko 2013
I heard Ebo Taylor performed. That right there made me want to pack my bags and move to Ghana. When will I ever see Ebo Taylor perform here in Canada?
Inside Elmina, Central Region, Ghana
You know, this pic kinda look like a proposal scene. Doesn’t it?
Yeah, it does.
hmmm…not quite to me. Olivia’s posture is very defensive to me. but it’s amazing to see that their ‘relationship’ or whatever it is these days has made so much progress since this scene. not progress in terms of them actually being together (which is what we typically think of) but in a sense of this thing being way stronger than either of them thought it would. like they could wish away their feelings for each or pretend like there is nothing there. they just can’t quit each other so something else now resides in their hearts beside lust, desire and even love at first sight stuff. there is a level of commitment there between them but that commitment can’t be fulfilled unless there is a divorce or Fitz end his Presidency and once Olivia resolves her family issues. Well…Mellie has to get a deal out of this too. It’s only fair.
Fitz acted like a pure, brazen, jealous fool in this episode. How people managed to turn this into the most epic romantic scene is beyond me. First he was screaming and yelling at her to get out of the car. Then he had her sitting on a rock in nice clothes forcing big boots upon her feet and telling her to shut up when she spoke. Then he was, literally, marching through the forest with a gun he barely knew how to shoot ranting and raving about something that wasn’t his main point. I’m sorry. What he did was criminal. He (or Cyrus) had her snatched from her apartment at the break of dawn (and she has a job and clients who depend on her) then he goes on a tirade about some picture he saw of her and Edison - which at the time was totally innocent but even if it wasn’t, he is legally married to someone else and has no say in her love life. The man tried to pull down her pants against a frickin’ tree. Are we really that thirsty for romance that we found romance in that?
I love Scandal. Hate their relationship. This scene still pisses me off.
Send Your Shady Mama to Shady Pines, Kandi
It’s becoming uncomfortable as hell watching Kandi Burruss’ mom, Mama Joyce, go above and beyond…
Let me say this, I watched this episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta and I said to myself “This is some Nollywood/Kumawood ish”. Mama Joyce’s behaviour is so wrong. She belongs in a Nollywood/Kumawood movie. This behaviour is only seen in movies where the main characters mother scares away every potential suitor. Then we find out in Part 5 of the movie, when they go to see a pastor that their mother is a witch and is spiritually married to them and that is why no relationship ever works. Mama Joyce just doesnt make sense, she needs to stop.