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“S*x Sells, But It Will Sell You In A Bad Way” – Feli Nuna

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Christened at birth as Felicia Akosua Tawiah, Feli Nuna now as she is widely known has over the period weaved her way into the hearts of music lovers as the only Daavi who doubles up as a Diva but keeps it covered as best as she can.

Nudity has become the easiest way to push a female act onto the scene and we have seen how the exploration of such has dashed the careers of very promising female arts in the industry.

On the topic, Georgebritton.com identifies Feli Nuna as one of the few who has been able to keep it covered and still pottery her act and sell her craft, we picked her thoughts on the subject matter and she had some interesting things to say.

She said, “I believe people should be themselves and not to allow pressures to change them, if you are someone who does not feel comfortable wearing short things be you, s*x sells, but it will sell you in a bad way, don’t, don’t do that with the thinking that you will get more attention, traction or mileage.”

She gave a dose of advice to female artists and up and Coming’s saying, “ Be yourself, be free, but don’t fall for the pressure to do the wrong things, think about the people you inspire and reach out to with your works”

She continued with the advice, “If you are a young girl, don’t follow blindly, do things that you will be proud of in some years to come”

She rounded up with an advice for the music consumers, “Let’s focus more on the art, their work, the music and the message than what this person or that person is wearing. If we do this it will go a long way to help people desist from indecent exposure and this will help the industry as a whole and not only the female artist.”

Below is an audio visual of her new project “Dream”, do enjoy.

 

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How to Make Your Home Feel Warm for House Guests.

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  1. Guest Room

See what you love about a great hotel, that might include an duvets, spare hangers, pillows etc. Bonus points for bottled water, a box of chocolates or mints, and a note with your Wi-Fi password. To prevent guests from stumbling over suitcases, keep a luggage rack in the guest room. And in your guest bath, “always, always set out extra toilet paper and a plunger, because there’s nothing more awkward than having to ask,” Joanna Goddard of Cupofjo.com says. An extra-thoughtful touch: Keep a stockpile of just-in-case medications (ibuprofen, indigestion pills) and bandages, plus a sewing kit for garment emergencies.

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  1. Dinning Room

Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs of Food52 suggest buying plain linen fabric that’s 10 inches longer than each side of the surface. Wash and dry it to create intentional frays along the cut edges. As you set the table, don’t sweat it if you don’t have enough matching china, says Huh. Either mix and match two sets evenly (the salad plate from one set with the dinner plate from another) or disperse many mismatched pieces throughout the table, sticking with a consistent color palette to keep it looking uniform. Lay out serving dishes the night before, each labeled with a sticky note with the menu item you plan to serve in it. Hesser and Stubbs divide each dish into two serving platters or bowls so everyone at the table can have easy access.

  1. Kitchen

A self-service buffet keeps you from playing short-order cook. For breakfast, make and refrigerate mixtures of pancakes a day or two before guests arrive; make sure to have everything in stock from teabags to ketchup. Furnish with a coffee and tea area stocked with mugs, spoons, and sweeteners. And for off-hours nibbling, a basket in the pantry or fridge labeled “Eat me” takes the guesswork out of what’s fair game to munch on during the day and also makes it fun.

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GTA, ATWAG Hold Workshop For Tourism Writers.

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The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) in collaboration with the Arts and Tourism Writers of Ghana (ATWAG) yesterday held a sensitisation workshop for travel and tourism writers in Accra.

The programme, held at the Accra Tourist Information Centre, gave the writers an insight into the operations of the Ghana Tourism Authority.

The workshop was on the theme, “The Role of ATWAG in Ghana’s tourism drive”‘.

In his address, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA)
Mr Akwasi Agyeman expressed his excitement about the engagement and asked that the two bodies worked together more regularly to ensure growth in the tourism sector.

“There are suggestions that we believe will come from ATWAG members on how to do our work better and how we can together work to improve the industry,” he said.

He also said his institution was planning on organising familiarisation trips for ATWAG members to tourist sites in the country to enable them to have first-hand information and also experience the tourism products that the nation has to offer.

Officers from the GTA including Mr. Ekow Sampson (Acting DED Operations), Mrs. Roberta Dawson Amoah (Director, Marketing), Mr. Ben Anane Nsiah (Director, Planning, Development and Investment) and Mr. Alex Boakye (Director, Standards and Quality Assurance) took turns to explain the various components of the authority’s operations and also answered questions from the writers.

Mr William Asiedu, the President of the Arts and Tourism Writers Association expressed the association’s readiness to help develop and promote the tourism industry.

“ATWAG is ready to help move this industry forward. We are not interested in what your political colour is. We are a professional group of journalists who are interested in the business of tourism, arts and culture and to some extent, chieftaincy affairs,” he noted.

He further stated that one of the biggest challenges of the association was the way some writers use technology, which gives room for hastily done works to be published. He was however hopeful that with the necessary education, the situation would change for the better.

A tourism expert and CEO of Africa Tourism Partners, South Africa, Mr. Kwakye Donkor challenged the Ghanaian media to work with the tourism authorities to promote the country positively. He noted that all the major media organisations, including CNN and BBC do not broadcast negative news to discourage people from visiting their country and that is the attitude the Ghanaian media should have in helping promote the country.

The Arts and Tourism Writers Association of Ghana, as part of its capacity-building programmes has lined up activities to help its members understand the operations of the various institutions in the industry.

In December last year, ATWAG organised a masterclass hosted by Ghanaian musician of international repute, Wiyaala, and her manager, Mr John Sherren to throw light on how best musicians and arts writers could work together for their mutual benefits.

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”NPP Geared Towards Job Creation” – Prez. Akufo-Addo

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has expressed confident in the tenure of governance of the ruling New Patriotic Party(NPP) administration, stating that, the administration is on course as how it delivering it campaign promises.

According to him, the governing New Patriotic Party,(NPP) has the objective of filling loop holes of inadequate jobs to alleviate the high level of unemployment the teeming Ghanaian youth is being exposed to.

The ruling New Patriotic Party(NPP) government, during the 2016 general elections made series of promises, such as, job creation, planting for foods and jobs, one-district one-factory, as way of reducing the unemployment rate Ghanaians are facing.

In a Facebook post by the Ministry of Information tagged, ”Commission Of A Biomass Boiler And An Oral Care Factory Of Unilever Ghana Limited”, the Chief of Defense Staff stated that, goal is to unleash the innovative and entrepreneurial instincts of the Ghanaian private sector to drive rapid growth and job creation.

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo precisely and clearly communicated his unflinching solidarity in his government, expressing great confidence and assurance that, they are on course to realizing this important goal of job creation.

By: Gerrard-Israel

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Read; How Time And Chance Brought Edem Fairre From The Stone Quarry To Becoming A TV Sensation.

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Ghanaian born, raised and now a full blown TV personality Edem Fairre, a host with TMGTV in an interview with Georgebritton.com’s Kwesi Omega disclosed how time and chance took her from the stone quarry to the screens.

The young and budding model plus TV personality recounted how difficult it was for her as a young lady after her parents’ pattered ways and she had to fend for herself and her younger siblings. This ended her up at a stone quarry amidst difficult times in school, which was coupled with bad experiences suffered from people she had met earlier on who promised hope but delivered nothing close. The grateful Edem through it all kept hope alive even with no hopes of how the offing will turn out to be.

Edem who got her first modeling gig as the face of Donthes media after a passport picture she took for personal use in 2010 which got the photographer blown away by her photogenic self also was the face of Beige capital customer service. From then till now, her courteous self-have graced many modeling stages. The model has also bagged some juicy deals; she was named the 2017 Woodin Textiles Connexion de Woodin and 2018 Voile de Woodin brand ambassador but in all this, little did Edem know she was going to end up on TV.

The then model who was at the time helping a friend out on the flank with event update on Top TV got called up by fashion GH to host their red carpet. She fell in love with the screens and just like a bait, Edem was thrown into the deep oceans of presenting with little training and no experience. Edem couldn’t help it but to sneer as she spoke about how she had to learn on the job, polish her skill and craft which has earned her a spot with VIENNTYS TV AND TMGTV.

VIENNTYS and TMGTV’s finest is currently doubling as the co-founder of Empire GH modeling management and holds an ABE level 6 certificate in Marketing management as she is beaming with the hope to soon further her education.

Amidst the trail, tear, misrepresentation and fake people, which has led to her breaking down on several occasions and had even contemplated suicide in 2018, Edem is still in high spirits. The gratifying Edem couldn’t say much, but be thankful to God, her family and friends who have been super supportive to her cause as she readies for another marathon of yet a busy year ahead for modeling and presenting which promises to be a bliss.

Get up close with Edem Fairre on the following social media platforms for bookings and updates on her upcoming projects and prospects.

Instagram; @edemfairre

https://instagram.com/edemfairre?utm_source=ig_profile_share&igshid=1o5amsvix304h

Facebook page; Edem Fairre

Twitter; @Edem_fairre

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