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Genevieve Nnaji: I Don't Know If I'll Marry D'banj
Category: Gossip
Tags: Genevieve Nnaji Nigeria News Music News Celebrity News Rumors Gossip Famous African Actress
In a recent interview sultry actress Genevieve Nnaji was asked why she’s still single and if she could marry Dbanj? - her response.

Excerpts from the interview;

 
You had a brilliant music video with Dbanj in Fall in Love, you guys had great chemistry and there have been rumours that you two are an item. He was at your birthday party in London in May, if all the circumstances are right, will you say yes to marriage with Dbanj?
 
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First of all I have to agree within myself that I actually want to get married. If I would marry him, I don’t know. I think my life is already chaotic as it is being one celebrity. So, it’s a no.
 
 
When you talk about not getting married, what is it with marriage that you find repulsive?
 
No, I don’t find marriage repulsive but everyday I learn from married people about what not to do when it comes to marriage. I think I’ve just learnt the bad things about marriage before the good ones. There is constant discouragement but I just know for a fact that when I find the right person I will definitely not think about it. Marriage should be about finding the right person, finding your soul mate, not necessarily in receiving love.
 
You’ve not met that person yet?
 
I’m 32, I’ve been busy for 12 years and I’m still busy.
 
Seeing that you’re so busy, how can a guy break down the barriers and show love to you?
 
If I have to tell a guy what to do then he’s not a man! (Laughs).
 
Source: Nigeriafilms
George Weah To Lift Up His Trophy Of Higher Education on June 25
Category: African Sports
Tags: George Weah Liberia News Famous Africans Liberia Sports Sport Footballer Rumors
Yes! He did it! Ambassador George Manneh Weah, Vice Standard Bearer of the mighty Congress for Democratic Change, will be graduating from college on June 25, 2011. Ambassador Weah will be graduating as an honor student from the Devry University in Maimi, Florida where he studied Business Administration with emphasis in small business and Entrepreneurship.

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Ambassador Weah was admitted into the International Honor Society in Business, Management, and Administration, and awarded a certificate on April 25, 2011 in “recognition of high scholastic achievement.”
 
In a nation like Liberia, where anomie is rewarded by the elite class to dominate all forms of socio-economic and political life, the social inequality gap is so wide between the elite class and ordinary Liberians that poor parents cannot afford to send their children to school.  Thus, poor children have always become uneducated victims of the Liberian society.
 
The uneducated victimization of poor children is use by the elites to deny ‘the poor’ basic human decency in Liberia. Poor children are condemned to a life of street urchin; this was the case with Ambassador George Manneh Weah.
 
Now Liberia’s most famous and patriotic son; Ambassador George Manneh Weah was born in the Clara Town slum of Monrovia, the capital of Liberia and raised by a poor grandmother.  Like many of Liberia’s children, Weah lived a dehumanizing life, with its odd challenges at a much tendered age, forced Weah into degrading street trade-to help his grandmother support the family. Weah sold empty bottles from the garbage, he sold cool aid; short bread for a Ghanaian lady to help paid his school fees.
 
He was a smart kid in school but soon his talent on the soccer field would catch the eyes of international soccer scouts, forcing Weah to make a tough called. He abandoned school just upon reaching the end of high school, to pursue a career in soccer. “I had to make that choice because my grandmother needed the money to help support the family,” Weah says. 
 
Soccer paid off and Weah climbed to the top of his profession, becoming a three times African Player of the Year 1989, 1994 and 1995, both European player and FIFA World Player of the year in 1995, and also Onze Mondial 1995 Player of the Year.
 
These successes brought with it wealth and fame, but ever a humble man, Weah never forget his roots and used his star-power and wealth to help the poor in his country. Weah became a humanitarian, creating a scholarship program that continue to help poor children not just complete high school but go to college, an opportunity that Weah himself never had, as the son of a poor grandmother.
 
Weah became an Ambassador for Peace in his country when the elite class waged a fratricide war upon the poor, in the name of political revolution. The war the elite started went out of control and it was George Manneh Weah who left his United Nations assignment to go into the bushes of Liberia and led a disarmament peace process. He promised the mainly youthful militants that he would lead a struggle for social justice and equal opportunity in Liberia.
 
In 2004, sensing the old political establishment, which unleashed the bloodletting of the nation was preparing for election, the majority poor population of Liberia petitioned Weah to represent their interest as a presidential candidate. Weah accepted and entered the presidential race through the formation of a new political party-Congress for Democratic Change.
 
Weah and the majority poor population, again suffered the victimization of college uneducation - the election results would show disparities in the voting process and mismanagement leading to an election dispute, in which, for the sake of peace-Weah and the Congress for Democratic Change conceded defeat. But Weah made another promised, “I am going back to school and we will continue this struggle for social justice and equal opportunity.”
 
Indeed, forever the man of the people, Ambassador George Weah submitted himself to the rigorous academy of a college education. And combine with all of the crude political challenges he suffered, over the last several years, in the Liberian political theatrical, Ambassador George Weah overcame the odds and finally rubbish the criticism of his political opponents, by completing a college education.
 
This is why the Standard Bearer of the Congress for Democratic Change, Cllr. Winston Tubman is leading a high power CDC delegation, on the invitation of Ambassador Weah, to Florida, the United States of America, for the graduation ceremonies on June 25, 2011.
 
The office staff of Ambassador George Weah is very proud of this great accomplishment, and we extend our profound congratulations to Ambassador Weah for achieving yet another milestone in the struggle for social justice and equal opportunity for all Liberians.
 
Muyan, CDC Muyan! Muyan!
Muyan, Manneh Muyan! Muyan!
 
Source: Office Staff Of George Weah
Kanye West Signs D'banji & Don Jazzy To G.O.O.D. Music Tags: D'banji Don Jazzy Music News Artists Rumors
So it's official! Kanye West  has officially signed his name on the dotted line for Nigerian acts D'banji and Don Jazzy, joining the roster with Kid Cudi, Big Sean, Cyhi Da Prince, Mr. Hudson, Pusha T and most recent act, producer Hit-Boy, , both new faces to the G.O.O.D. Music imprint.
 
The two acts took to Twitter relatively early to express their joy over the "G.O.O.D." occasion. A day before his birthday, June 8th, D’banj Tweeted: “Lord, I thank you for being so GOOD to us. On such a special day, you have decided to humble us more! I'm speechless. Just like yesterday, myself and my brother did 'Tongolo'. 7 years later, Mo’ Hits signs with Good Music. Best birthday gift ever. God, thank you."
 
Don Jazzy wrote: “Thanks for your love and prayers always. Now we can hear IDJA from the world’s finest stars. Thanks again, it's Naija.” To even prove that he was right, Don Jazzy tweeted a photo of himself standing next to Kanye West and Jay-Z.
 
D'banji is an award-winning Afro-Beat artist in West African is often credited for his movement in the dance party scene, as well as debut single “Tongolo,” which is off his 2005 debut No Long Thing. The single was produced by Don Jazzy, who is also head of their Nigerian indie label Mo'Hits Records, which the two acts are also signed to. B'banji is also crowned as the vice president of the label. Since No Long Thing, D'Banji has released four albums, most recent LP being Mr. Endowed, which also features Snoop Dogg on the album's title track. ---Shabazz.
Majid Michel poisoned?
Category: Rumors
Tags: Majid Michel Ghana Celebrity News Celebrity Actors Rumors
News-One, a Ghanaian print media outfit is reporting that players within the industry are covering up an incident in which actor Majid Michel reportedly had a poisonous substance put in his food. Sources say that during the shooting of the movie ‘Somewhere in Africa’, medical reports suggested that someone had put poison in a tin of milk Majid was supposed to have used in his food.

“It was very serious but we have been asked to keep quiet about it. When he took the tin of milk, he realized that the contents had changed into a very black substance so he got scared and raised an alarm. He was taken to the hospital and the doctors confirmed that it was food poisoning.
 
“It is not clear who exactly did it but the milk was opened the previous night and was to have been used but something else came up so he put the milk back in the fridge and went with his friends to eat in town. “The next morning he took it again to use and saw the black substance,” the source revealed.
 
AfricanMoviesNews.com
 
Two other sources who were part of the cast and crew of ‘Somewhere In Africa’ also confirmed the report to News-One but begged to remain anonymous. What they added was that Majid left his hotel room door open when he went out with friends that previous night, noting that was the time his milk might have been poisoned.
 
The incident reportedly happened at a hotel in Accra, Ghana.
 
Source: News-one
Genevieve Nnaji look alike finally speaks up Tags: Genevieve Nnaji Celebrity News Gossip Nigeria Celebrity Famous Africans Rumors
When news broke about Genevieve Nnaji’s supposed daughter sighted in public for the first time, there was a clamor to catch a glimpse of hidden princess. The initial reaction to many who saw the picture had no doubts in mind that it was Genevieve’s daughter for the sheer resemblance the two had, only to later turn out later that it was rather a twitter follower turned friend and not Genevieve real daughter who still remains at large.

So although the air was cleared and Genevieve issued a statement about her twitter friend, there has been a subtle quest to find out more about this mysterious friend, whether she possesses similar qualities as Genevieve and probably consider jumping into the acting fray. It so happened that the beauty queen (Ms Nengi Warikoko) is a level 400 student of linguistics and communications at the University of Port Harcourt Nigeria, and serves as the current Miss Tourism for Silverbird’s Most Beautiful Girl (MBGN)category. And Nengi had this to say:
 
“Let me state here that I’m not Genevieve’s daughter nor am I related to her. I met Genevieve Nnaji the first time at an event we were both invited to in Abuja. Before then she is one of the women I love and respect a lot. In fact I’m one of her biggest fans.
 
Although I respect and love her, I don’t see myself becoming an actress, but who knows what may happen tomorrow? For now, I am content with getting a Master degree in communication arts or get a degree in law. ”
 
Source: Africanmoviesnews
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