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28 October 2016

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EXCLUSIVE: Perry Tintin Interviews Nick Solomon, Seasoned Blogger, Writer and a Missionary.

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Perry Tintin: Nick Solomon, welcome to the PTI show. Nick: You welcome and thanks for having me Perry Tintin: Awesome, you’re good? Nick: The lord is my Shepherd…. Perry Tintin: ??? Quickly, to kick start, a brief introduction would do. Nick: Nick Solomon as you already are aware, is my name. My age? Well let’s […]

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29 September 2016

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Perry Tintin Interviews Sylvester Serene Ocansey, First Runner-up of Photo Icon Gh 2016 edition, and a Seasoned Model.

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Modelling is one industry that takes from you, invests in you and brings out the star in you. If gods walked among men, they’d surely consider being models. It takes time, dedication and a lot of effort to make it into the limelight in the modelling industry. My guest on the show this week is […]

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8 August 2016

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EXCLUSIVE: Perry Tintin Interviews Joe Kay,The new face of Dynamic Urban Rap.

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With the upsurge of quality contemporary gospel music especially in the Ghanaian scene, there has been a storm gradually taking over. An indepth research into the genre revealed the optimistic “perpetrator” – JOE KAY. Get funky and delve in as Perry Tintin takes him through the drill. Enjoy the story. Perry Tintin: Good evening Joe […]

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Abraham Attah

16 July 2016

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Abraham Attah To Be Honoured at the African Youth Excellence Awards in the USA

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Beasts of No Nation star, Abraham Attah, has been selected to receive an honour at the Africa Youth Excellence Awards in Worcester, USA. The awards seeks to reward young Africans impacting the continent through such fields as art, education, and entrepreneurship. This wouldn’t be his first US award having won other prestigious international awards as Independent Spirit […]

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mama zimbi

12 July 2016

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Akumaa Mama Zimbi Wins Ghana-Nigeria Achievers Award

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Renowned relationships counselor, philanthropist and media personality Dr. Joyce Akumaa Dongotey-Padi, popularly known as Akumaa Mama Zimbi, has been awarded at the Ghana-Nigeria Achievers Award 2016 for her women empowerment activities and being a true mentor to the youth across Africa. Mama Zimbi,who recently hosted thousands of widows at the 8th National Widows Alliance Conference […]

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24 June 2016

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WORD: Baffuor Kweku Frimpong Writes…

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MY LOVE My Love I came down from Above So our relationship may evolve. On the cross, Those Nails gave me a shock, I wanted to retreat but I knew there was a cause, it was my purpose. My Love, I came down from above My father Used me as a Sacrificial Lamb, Because nobody […]

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FILM4CLIMATE

22 June 2016

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World Bank’s Connect4Climate Launches #Film4Climate Global Video Competition For the Youth

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Connect4Climate, an initiative of the World Bank and The Italian Government as an action against climate change, has launched the Film4Climate Global Video Competition, open to the youth worldwide. Young  filmmakers are invited to showcase their talents and create either a Public Service Advertisement (< 1 min) or a Short Film (1 – 5 minutes) about climate […]

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curiosity

19 June 2016

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How Curiosity is Key to Greatness

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Curiosity is a very powerful and important aspect of human life. We just cannot seem to live without it. From our interest in the music of popular artistes to everyday recommendations by friends. It is part of everything we do. That is why I find it a cliché to hear people say ‘Curiosity killed the […]

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9 June 2016

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SPOKEN WORD: My Love , My Love!!

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Your eyes ,I like the way they keep me glued, Can’t seem to fathom the effects of the gaze Makes me feel like the runner in the maze confused and lost in thought, I pace Seems you’re looking into my eye bone Straight into my soul where I’m most prone Ready to tell me my […]

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