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Dr Ekwow Spio-Garbrah turns 64 today Sunday, 10 September 2017.


Dr Spio-Garbrah is a Ghanaian diplomat and politician, a former Minister of Trade and Industry, former Minister of Communications, former Minister of Education and a former Acting Minister of Mines & Energy.


He also previously served as Ghana's ambassador to the United States and Mexico. He is a former CEO of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) based in London.

The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture has appointed Ghanaian musicians Diana Asamoah and Kaakyire Kwame Appiah as tourism ambassadors.

In a letter signed by the minister, Catherine Ablema Afeku, the two musicians have been asked to use their talents to promote sustainable tourism through music, arts, and culture.

Zionfelix.net gathers that aside Diana Asamoah and Kaakyire Kwame Appiah, highlife legend Daddy Lumba and other entertainers have also been asked to help promote Ghana's tourism.

“I write to officially confirm your appointment as Tourism Ambassador for Ghana. 

"We at the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture look forward to a fruitful relationship that will promote Ghana’s Domestic and International Tourism through your efforts,” a section of the appointment letter sent to the musicians read.

Source: ZionFlex

US country music singer Don Williams - who enjoyed great success with his easy-going singing style - has died aged 78 after a short illness.

Williams began his solo career in 1971, amassing 17 number one country hits. His songs such as Gypsy Woman and Tulsa Time, were covered by singers such as Eric Clapton and Pete Townshend.

Williams was known as the gentle giant of country music.

Another country star, Troy Gentry, also died on Friday in a helicopter crash.

Williams' other hits included You're My Best Friend, I Believe in You and Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good.

In 2010, he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

The news of the death of 50-year-old Troy Gentry has shocked country music fans and artists.

"It is with great sadness that we confirm that Troy Gentry, half of the popular country duo, Montgomery Gentry, was tragically killed in a helicopter crash which took place at approximately 1:00pm today in Medford, New Jersey," a statement of the band's website said.

The helicopter's pilot also died in the incident, but the reasons for the crash remain unclear.

The country duo, who were brothers, formed in 1999 and had released eight studio albums.

Country music stars including Sheryl Crow paid tribute to Gentry on social media.

Grammy award-winning Singer Brad Paisley said he was "heartbroken and in disbelief" at the news of Gentry's death in a Friday night tweet.


Source: graphiconline.com

Mr Lawrence Abrokwa, ‘husband’ of actress and comedienne Afia Schwarzenegger is expected to appear in court today, Friday.

Mr Abrokwa, Myjoyonline.com gathers, will appear before the Domestic Violence Court for his role in the recording and circulation of a video of alleged infidelity involving the actress.

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