Tag Archives: Diaspora

Divine Word Ministries spread its wings to Duluth Georgia

Bishop Kofi Adonteng Boateng on Sunday May 8, 2016 preached the inaugural sermon of the Duluth branch of the Divine Word Ministries (DWM) church in the State of Georgia, USA. The Bishop who is the general overseer of the church encouraged  Georgians to reach out to the Duluth branch as its growth was going to heavily depend on faithfuls based in …

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I Am No Angel Says Bishop Kofi Adonteng-Boateng

“Even though I am a Bishop who majored in Theology and Biblical Counseling and hold an honorary doctorate degree in Divinity from the Collins University of Ohio in the USA, I am still not an angel. Yes, I’ve done things in the past that I feel terrible about, but today, everything related to my success I’ve done only by the …

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Miss Ghana Tourism USA calls 2016 beauties

Whitney Osei

Ghana Tourist Coach Radio (GTCR), organizers of the maiden edition of Miss Ghana Tourism USA — a pageant for Ghanaian beauties — have revealed to TheAfricanDream.net that the second edition of the event will occur on October 8, 2016. Miss Ghana Tourism USA/GTCR made the revelation during an interview at their Alexandria, Virgina based offices in the United States of …

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Koby Maxwell launches album and celebrates African women

Koby Maxwell officially launched his latest studio album which is titled ‘The Album’ on the night of March 12, 2016, at the Friendship Center in Maryland USA. He was also joined by friends from the entertainment industry to celebrate the 59th independence of his nation Ghana while honoring women of African descent in the American Diaspora. The well-attended event offered …

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Black History Month Celebration with Mayor Muriel Bowser

Mayor Muriel Bowser of Washington DC and the Mayor’s Office on African Affairs (MOAA) will hold an event in connection to the Black History Month celebration themed “Conversations, Community & ConneXions” in Washington DC. The event will be held on Wednesday, February 17, 2016,Washington , from 5:00pm to 8:00pm at the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities located on 200 …

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Koby Maxwell to celebrate Ghana independence in American Diaspora

Ghana actor Chris Attoh to host Koby Maxwell event The west African nation of Ghana will turn 59 on March 2016 and as part of celebrations, Koby Maxwell, a Ghanaian entertainer and artist based in the USA will be hosting his annual Ghana independence celebrations ball to commemorate the event. Koby Maxwell begun the independence celebrations for Ghanaians living in …

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Ghana Ambassador to U.S. assures American investors of Ghana’s stability

Ghana’s Ambassador to the United States of America (USA), His Excellency Lt. Gen. Joseph Henry Smith (Rtd), has assured US investors that their investment in Ghana is safe because the country has enjoyed peace, stability and security for the past twenty five (25) years and gone through six major elections peacefully and changed governments smoothly. This, he said, has created …

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Whitney Osei Crowned first Miss Ghana Tourism USA

Whitney Osei

The first annual Miss Ghana Tourism USA Pageant was held in Rockville, Maryland (USA) on October 10, 2015. The beauty pageant endorses the beauty of Ghanaian women hailing from all parts of Ghana that are residents in the USA while promoting Ghanaian tourism and lifestyle. After the night’s festivities and much awaited suspense, Whitney Osei was crowned the first Miss Ghana Tourism …

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Washington DC Mayor to give keynote at C-PAC

WASHINGTON, DC: On Saturday, November 7th 2015, the Caribbean-American Political Action Committee (C-PAC) will celebrate ten years of advocacy, public service and engagement on behalf of the Caribbean Community in the Washington Metropolitan area (the DMV) during its Annual Founding Patrons Luncheon to be held at the Doubletree Hilton Hotel in Silver Spring, MD. The Mayor for Washington, DC, Muriel Browser has …

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FestAfrica sets the Washington DC Diaspora area ablaze with African cultures

On August 8-9, the Washington DC area will experience one of its most prolific African cultural events — FestAfrica — at the Veterans Plaza on 1 Veterans Place in Silver Spring Maryland located on the Corner of Fenton street and Ellsworth Drive in the 20906 zip code. FestAfrica will this year be in its 13th season. The August weekend celebrations …

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