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Juliet Ibrahim calls OAP ‘zombie’ for advising her about marriage


Juliet Ibrahim and OAP Akuko Perming

Outspoken actress and Ghananain socialite, Juliet Ibrahim has criticised a Ghanaian On-Air Personality, Miss Akuko Perming, for advising her to stop waiting for Mr Right and go back to her ex-husband.

The no-nonsense voluptuous actress did not mince words while describing the OAP with unflattering terms like “zombie, ugly chicken, stupid clown, dumbass not to mention a few.

She also attacked Perming’s media outfit by tagging them a “dead TV station with dead ass TV presenters.”

Ibrahim who just released a memoir titled “a toast to life” stressed that she’s not desperate and will not lower her standards for anyone.

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The socialite further warned haters and media influencers to do proper professional journalism in the future.

A zombie is a corpse said to be revived by witchcraft, especially in certain African and Caribbean religions.

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But Wikipedia describes zombie as “a fictional undead being created through the reanimation of a corpse. Zombies are most commonly found in horror and fantasy genre works.

Juliet’s post reads;

Miss Akuko Perming – Not until I was sent this senseless video of yours posted on Tv Africa’s page I never knew of your existence.

It’s obvious everyone wants to trend using my name! Y’all Do anything for clout! Even ugly chickens feel they have a say in someone’s personal life!
Dead TV station with dead ass TV presenters looking for clout off Juliet Ibrahim as usual. If you think you know better about marriages why the F aren’t you married yet zombie?

You say I should go back to my ex-husband and stop waiting for Mr Right, even after all I went through with him and how he’s moved on with the lady he impregnated while we were married?

Stupid clown, I am not a desperate woman who’ll lower her standards for anyone on this earth because I deserve better and I will never ever SETTLE!

Why don’t you go to him and be a mistress to his new wife? Since it’s obvious you have no self value and self worth DumbAss!! Until you have walked in someone’s shoes don’t open your stupid toilet hole to pour out stink shit! Clown, with your nasty brown teeth and cheap hair and eyelashes, don’t you dare come at me ever again in your miserable life.

You chose the wrong day, wrong time and wrong person to talk about on your dead ass stupid senseless show! And it’s a shame on TV africa for tolerating such utterances when their so-called presenters can’t even do research before blabbing bullshit about people they talk about!

If you want to discuss me and my former marriage on your station why not spend “ 50 cedis “ ONLY to buy MY BOOK; read and understand what happened before I left my marriage and my ex-boyfriend? How hard is it to practice Professional journalism in Ghana?

If anyone cares to speak or say anything about me henceforth go and buy @atoasttolifebook after you done reading you have the freedom to talk or invite me for interviews. #PISSEDOFF #ENOUGHISENOUGH #ATOASTTOLIFE #NEVERSETTLE #IDESERVETHEBEST.”

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COVID-19: NCAC, NANTA advocate collaborations for tourism sector recovery



The National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) and the National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies (NANTA) on Saturday called for intensified collaborations of operators in the tourism value chain.

The two bodies said the collaboration had become necessary at a time like now for the speedy recovery of the tourism, due to the negative impact of COVID-19 on the sector.

They made the call at a zoom meeting, organised by NCAC to address emerging trends in the Nigerian cultural industry with the theme: “COVID-19: Creating New Business Opportunities for Travel Agents’’.

The National President of NANTA, Mrs Susan Akporiaye, said it was time for practitioners in all aspects of the tourism industry to unanimously coordinate tourism activities to revive the nation’s economy.

She said the initiative would involve practitioners such as musicians, restauranteurs, artists, tour operators, travel agents, tour guides as well as visual and performing artists.

According to her, tourism cuts across all facets of life, ranging from agro, cultural, medical and educational tourism.

“The tourism industry is the most affected sector, due to the ravaging COVID-19 pandemic but we as practitioners must come together to work for the progress of the industry and the nation at large.

“The pandemic has happened but we must forge, ahead by taking the bull by the horn and not start crying over spilt milk.

“We can have tours arranged locally with some other packages like film shows, nightlife exploration and other activities capable of attracting tourists and this can only be possible when tourism practitioners collaborate and work unanimously.

“For the industry to pick up speedily, collaboration is the way forward. Travel agents, tour operators and cultural outfits can’t do it alone.”

Akporaiye advised travel agents to diversify from mere travel ticket sales to work as cargo agents, charter agents and to engage in farm tours and youth exchange programmes.

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She stressed the need to promote the nation’s culture, advising Nigerians to explore local content in terms of tourism offerings.

“As a professional body, we have started organising some collaborations with cargo and charter companies so that we can assist our members to get back to business as travels have been totally cancelled.

“Operators can also organise farm tours for local tourists to see how small farms or fish ponds are operated. This will also serve as a means of education.

“Diversification is necessary at this critical period that is one of the lessons learnt from the occurrence of COVID-19. An institution with one line of income should be a thing of the past.

“Our culture should also be explored. Culture as a tourism product increases people’s curiosity and that is what Nigeria and Africa are rich with.

“I advise tour operators to identify some tourist attractions within their state. Do short videos of these sites and display them on their social media handles for people to see that the nation is well endowed with beautiful sites,” she said.

Earlier, Otunba Olusegun Runsewe, Director-General of NCAC urged tourism and travel practitioners to work harmoniously in revamping the industry.

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He said that deliberate efforts should be made to promote the nation’s culture, which according to him, is the content tourism feeds on.

He noted that NCAC had not relented in ensuring that the nation’s culture takes its pride of place even as COVID-19 pandemic ravages the world.

Runsewe commended the efforts of security outfits in the country on the minimised crime rate in the country.

“At this critical period, networking is key among culture, tourism, travel and entertainment practitioners to revitalise the creative industry.

“NCAC is open to welcome whatever form of collaboration.

“I appreciate everyone present for this programme and hope to see you again next week because it will continue to hold on a weekly basis until we are able to finally combat COVID-19,” he said.

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Ned Nwoko confirms Regina Daniels is pregnant (Photos)



Reginal Daniels’ husband, Prince Ned Nwoko, has confirmed on his Instagram account that they are both expecting their first child together.

The billionaire broke the news on Instagram moments ago.

He shared photos of the heavily pregnant Regina Daniels and captioned it;

“It is now official. I am excited to announce that my baby is having a baby ❤️ @regina.daniels”

Reports claim that the politician acquired a house for Daniels in an undisclosed location in London, United Kingdom, for her to stay her ahead of the baby’s arrival.

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COVID-19: Bafta TV Awards to be held behind closed doors




This year’s Bafta Television Awards will be broadcast from behind closed doors because of the Coronavirus pandemic.

BAFTA-winning comedian Richard Ayoade will host from a closed studio, and winners will give acceptance speeches virtually.

Both the TV and craft awards were due to take place on May 17, but will now happen on July 31, with nominations to be announced on June 4.

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The craft awards will now be streamed online on July 17, hosted by Stephen Mangan, while the TV awards will be broadcast on BBC One on July 31.

Ayoade, who will host the show for the first time, said: “I am as surprised as you are that this is still going ahead.”

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Mangan, who is returning as host of the craft awards for the ninth year, added:

“The format might have to change a little this year, but nothing will stop me putting on a black tie and celebrating their success.”

Amanda Berry, chief executive at Bafta, said:

“We are delighted to confirm the new dates and formats for both the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards and the British Academy Television Craft Awards this year.

“We want to celebrate and reward the talented individuals who make up the television industry, both behind and in front of the camera, many of whom have continued to entertain and inform the nation in recent weeks.”

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