Check The List Of 7 Most Popular Ghanaian Celebrities Who Were Once Teachers 

Check The List Of 7 Most Popular Ghanaian Celebrities Who Were Once Teachers 

Check The List Of 7 Most Popular Ghanaian Celebrities Who Were Once Teachers

Many of our musicians, film stars, and political characters didn’t accomplish their status short-term. They buckled down through various challenges to make names for themselves. While some have wandered in an assortment of occupations before showing up at the entryway of fame, others have likewise needed to fight various obstructions before arriving at such statures.
Be that as it may, there is likewise a third school that went through the cycle initially being educators before ascending to become famous people. You may think instructing and acting or singing share nothing for all intents and purpose, however, the truth of the matter is that both interest difficult work and creativity to succeed.

Now here is the rundown;

  1. Emelia Brobbey
    The Kumawood entertainer has not generally held the fantasy about showing up in motion pictures. Truth be told, she was previously an instructor and educated for some time before beginning her acting vocation.
  1. Kwabena Kwabena
    Highlife artist Kwabena is known for his great singing properties. Be that as it may, what numerous individuals don’t know is that he was likewise an instructor during his early stages
  1. Ohemaa Mercy
    Gospel songstress Ohemaa Mercy is another big name who originally occupied with educating before taking to music. The artist had at first needed to turn into an educator subsequent to finishing Nursing Training College, yet altered her perspective after her first single turned into a hit.
  1. Harmony Hyde
    Radio and TV character Peace Hyde was really an educator before moving into the media area. The telecaster used to be a science educator, nonetheless, later selected against turning into a full-time instructor.

5 .Bill Asamoah
William Asamoah-Addo popular known as bill Asamoah is a popular Kumawood Actor who is known for his numerous roles in some movies.He is also the Ashanti Regional Chairperson of the Actors Guild. Bill was ones a Teacher in one of the private schools in Kumasi.

  1. Asiedu Nketia (General Mosquito)
    The overall secretary of the NDC used to be an educator. He even admitted to exploiting his modest figure to compose a test for a dead understudy in the school where he was instructing. He said he concurred with the executives to do that to safeguard the school’s 100% record in the tests.
  1. Atumpan
    Atumpan is another Ghanaian celeb who took to instructing before picking up popularity. “The thing” hit creator used to educate in Ghana before moving to the UK, yet later came back to proceed with his music profession.

PHOTOS Of Tracey Boakye’s First Baby Daddy Who Looks Exactly Like His Son Pops Up

PHOTOS Of Tracey Boakye’s First Baby Daddy Who Looks Exactly Like His Son Pops Up

Just maybe, Tracey Boakye has bitten more than she can chew this time around.
Following her online battle with Mzbel, every other thing she probably would have loved to stay the way it is has now popped up.

Tracey has never been forthcoming when it comes to her first baby daddy.
All these years that we have known her, we can count on a single hand the number of times she has openly spoken about him.

READ ALSO: Please Stop Rumours About My Baby Daddy, You’re Destroying my Relationship – Tracey Boakye Begs Ghanaians
We know his name is Yahaya Mohammed and a Kotoko player and from the conversations had around him, he is a dead-beat father, a reason why his relationship with Tracey did not even thrive.

Why Black women are more likely to have fibroids than any other race group

Stephanie Odili knew something was wrong when her stomach ballooned to three times its usual size.”It was like I was four months pregnant,” the 23-year-old told CNN.She had also been experiencing heavy menstrual bleeding for years, with her periods sometimes lasting for up to 10 days.”I was wearing double pads and changing almost by the hour,” Odili said.

The writer, from Nigeria, would also become doubled over with sharp pains in her stomach.”I didn’t know what was going on so I started taking painkillers for the pain and birth control to stop the bleeding.”It was on one of her many visits to the doctor that a scan revealed the swelling and her other symptoms was caused by fibroids.Uterine fibroids or fibroids are non-cancerous growths that develop in or around the uterus.The growths are made of fibrous and muscle tissue and have different effects on women. Some of the symptoms include frequent urination, heavy and painful periods, stomach ache and pain during sex.

Debilitating symptoms

Although any woman of reproductive age can develop fibroids, Black and African women are more likely to have fibroids than any race group, according to doctors.

A report by the National Center for Biotechnology Information found that Black women are three times more likely to develop fibroids than white women, and are less likely to have small-sized fibroids compared to their counterparts.In 2014, Tanika Gray Valbrun, a US-based Jamaican reporter wrote legislation in the state of Georgia to get the month of July declared as Fibroid Awareness Month in the US.

Valbrun told CNN that when she was 15 years old, she began experiencing painful and heavy menstrual periods.”Eventually, I got diagnosed with fibroids in 2001, I was 23,” she saidNow 42, she said the fight for an awareness month was to show the world that fibroids are just as important as other medical conditions.Too many Black and African women suffer in silence with their symptoms, she says, making it difficult to share knowledge about its effects.Valbrun added that despite the large numbers of women who have to deal with excruciating pain and other debilitating symptoms, fibroids are not listed on the website of top health organizations like the World Health Organization (WHO).The WHO has listed and done extensive research on other health topics and conditions affecting women such as female genital mutilation, cancer, and infertility.”I just don’t understand it, like, if so many Black women have fibroids, why aren’t more people talking about it? Why aren’t there so many walks and campaigns like there are for other medical conditions?” she said.CNN contacted the WHO for comment but did not immediately receive a response ahead of publication.

‘Excruciating pain’

Dr. Ugochukwu Ekwunife, a consultant obstetrician and gynecologist at Lagoon Hospital in Lagos, Nigeria, says the exact cause of fibroids is unknown, but they have been linked to the hormone estrogen.Estrogen is the female reproductive hormone produced by the ovaries, it is responsible for the development of the female reproductive system, he said.”Fibroids are common with women within the reproductive age group, that’s age 16 to 50. Women within this age group have their estrogen levels at the highest making them more likely to get fibroids,” Dr. Ekwunife told CNN.Audrey Mutare says she has been battling pain with fibroids since her early teens.”I had all the symptoms growing up, heavy bleeding, and excruciating pain. With every cycle, I got really sick. But I never imagined fibroids, I just thought it was normal for African women to go through period pain,” she explained.Fibroids can also cause complications with pregnancy and childbirth as ones located in the inner lining of the womb can distort the growth of babies, according to Dr. Ekwunife.Mutare had a miscarriage in 2014.”I went to a gynecologist and he said to me ‘you are nine weeks pregnant but you have these gigantic fibroids.’

“I was so petrified because I didn’t know what that meant for my pregnancy,” Mutare told CNN.A week after the doctor’s visit, the 33-year-old Zimbabwean lost her pregnancy.In 2015, Mutare had another miscarriage, forcing her to consider a fibroid embolization, a noninvasive procedure used to shrink fibroid tumors. “I had really high hopes but when I lost yet another baby, I knew I had to do the embolization. For someone who loves the idea of family, I was so scared,” she said.After the embolization, Mutare found out she was pregnant again and was placed under strict supervision by her gynecologist.According to her, she was confined to bed for a significant part of her pregnancy as a safety measure to avoid complications, “my baby was born so small, you could tell the fibroids were competing with her for blood supply,” she explained.

Period stigma

Nana Konamah, an entrepreneur and wellness activist from Ghana also suffered a miscarriage after being diagnosed with fibroids. She has been spreading awareness throughout July on the condition.Through her website and social media pages, she is discussing period stigma, and the need to address heavy and painful menstruation with medical experts and women living with fibroids.In 2019, Konamah made a documentary about fibroids and its implications with her friend, Jessica Nabongo.”I had a myomectomy in July 2019. It was a rollercoaster of emotions and I was angry at my body because I felt like it had betrayed me,” Konamah said.A myomectomy is the surgical removal of fibroids. They can also be removed through a hysterectomy (removal of the womb), Dr. Ekwunife said.

“There is a chance of recurrence even when the fibroids are taken out, so some women opt for hysterectomies. Removing the womb eliminates any chance of fibroids considering they grow in or around it,” he explained.He added that for women who are not interested in surgery, there are medical ways of managing symptoms.”There are some drugs that can be given to reduce the amount of blood flow during periods. There are certain injections that can shrink the size of the fibroids and painkillers for the pain. All of these methods have their side effects, and have to be communicated with the patient,” he said.Konamah echoed Valbrun’s sentiments that more research is needed on fibroids, particularly in Africa where women are not likely to speak out.Valbrun now runs an organization, the White Dress Project, where she gathers support and promotes awareness in the US and South Africa through education and advocacy.”It’s called the White Dress Project because we use the white as a symbol of hope. When you have fibroids you don’t feel comfortable wearing white because of the heavy bleeding. I wanted to turn that negative to a positive and use it as a symbol of hope,” she said.

Beyonce ,Shatta Wale & Major Lazer – Already [Official Music Video]

The much-anticipated music video of Beyonce’s ‘Already’ which features Ghanaian artiste Shatta Wale is out.

This comes after the announcement of the release of Beyonce’s ‘Black is King’ movie, which is a visual album to her ‘Lion King: the Gift’ music album.

With a few hours to the premiere of the movie, the ‘Already’ video has been published on Beyonce’s official YouTube page.

Chairman Wontumi Warns Dr. Kwaku Oteng To Handle Captain Smart Else He Will Come After Him

The Ashanti Regional Chairman, Bernard Antwi Boasiako widely known as Chairman Wontumi seems to have channel his anger on CEO of Angel Broadcasting Network, Kwaku Oteng. earlier reported about Wontumi’s attack on Angel FM’s Morning show host Captain Smart which he labels him as a thief.
His attack came up following a heavy backlash from the ace journalist after he disrespected Prof. Jean Naana Opoku Agyemang that’s she is ugly and a witch.

Well, after the Ashanti Regional Chairman finished putting Captain Smart to sleep he swiftly moved to his employer Dr. Kwaku Oteng.

According to chairman Wontumi, if Dr. Oteng don’t handle his worker, Captain Smart or sack him he will make sure he will wash his dirty clothes to the public.

Speaking on his private owned radio station, the firebrand politician warned the humble business mogul to handle Captain Smart to him because he has disrespected him else he will deal with him.

Prophet Oduro Mentions Names of Ghanaian Prophets Who Were Into Occultism

Prophet Oduro Mentions Names of Ghanaian Prophets Who Were Into Occultism

Some Prophets In Ghana have No Business With God; They Are All Occultic People – Prophet Oduro

Prophet Kofi Oduro who happens to be the founder and leader of Alabaster International Ministry has let the cat out of the bag in reference to the numerous acclaimed men of God in Ghana.
According to the cantankerous man of God, most prophets in Ghana are occultic people or spiritualists who have no business with God but keep deceiving innocent people.

He indicated that most of them have introduced sorcery and magic in the Church . To the best knowledge of Prophet Kofi Oduro , some started very well but have now turned into fake prophets.
He stated emphatically that God has instructed him to caution such prophets who have turned the Church into Shrines and perform fake miracles to change and repent else hell awaits them.
He cited examples of some of the prophets who followed worldly pleasures but are nowhere to be found now.

Prophet Oduro cited that some prophets like Katakyire Afrifa and Dito Dito rushed to acquire money and fame but are ‘missing in action’ now.
He disclosed that most Prophets in Ghana now are occultic people, Illuminati, freemason and spiritualist.

“Most of the prophets in Ghana are ex-anointed prophets. They have no business with God at this moment, they started very well in the name of the Lord but now they have turned into the prophets of Baal.

They are occultic people, Illuminati, they are part of the Freemasons. Sorcery, enchantment, the magic they brought it to church. So, the person you knew to be a man of God actually now is a Spiritualist.
Prophet Oduro also lambasted men of God who have soiled the house of God by selling spiritual items in Churches.
“What is this madness that has come into the house of Lord? The Church has now turned into shrines and it has been modified to make it look normal”, he added.

Trump signs order prioritizing job skills over college degree in government hiring

WASHINGTON – A college degree will no longer give Americans a leg up when seeking some jobs with the federal government.

President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Friday that will overhaul the government’s hiring practices so that a job applicant’s skills will be given priority over a college degree.

Administration officials say the shift will allow the government to hire a more inclusive workforce based on skill instead of a person’s education level.

“This will ensure that we’re able to hire based on talent and expand our universe to qualified candidates and ensure a more equitable hiring process,” Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and senior advisor, told reporters on Friday.

Ivanka Trump is co-chair of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board, which was created in 2018 and tasked with recommending ways to improve job training. The president signed the order during the board’s meeting on Friday.

“The federal government will no longer be narrowly focused on where you went to school, but the skills and talents that you bring to the job,” Trump said.

The federal government is the nation’s largest employer with 2.1 million civilian workers.

Jobless benefits: Think that extra $600 in unemployment benefits will last until the end of July? Think again.

President Donald Trump and his daughter and advisor Ivanka Trump (R) attend an American Workforce Policy Advisory Board Meeting in the East Room of the White House on June 26, 2020.

President Donald Trump and his daughter and advisor Ivanka Trump (R) attend an American Workforce Policy Advisory Board Meeting in the East Room of the …Show more  MANDEL NGAN, AFP VIA GETTY IMAGES

Ivanka Trump said the new hiring practice will show that the government is leading by example as it tries to recruit and retain the best and brightest workers. She and other administration officials have pushed to increase opportunities for apprenticeships and have promoted such training and vocational education as alternatives to traditional two-year or four-year college degree programs.

The shift in hiring protocols will recognize the value of learning regardless of whether it occurs on the job or in the classroom, said Brooke Rollins, acting director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, which oversees the president’s domestic agenda.

The government is not eliminating the college requirement entirely but instead will stress skills in jobs where having a degree is less important. Two-thirds of Americans do not have a college degree.

A college or graduate degree is necessary to work in many occupations, but the need for educational credentials is less certain for many other fields, said Michael Rigas, acting director of the Office of Personnel Management.

Trump’s executive order directs federal agencies to shift from vetting job candidates based largely on their educational credentials and written questionnaires and move toward using assessment methods that will more directly determine whether they possess the knowledge and skills to do the job, Rigas said.