ARTICLE: REASONS DIAMOND PLATNUMZ, THE TANZANIAN MUSICIAN IS AS GOOD AS HE IS

Diamond Platnumz  a name that constantly pops up when talking about Tanzanian artists. This musician has been able to make tremendous steps in the music industry and is not about to stop soon. Diamond  whose real names are Nasibu Abdul Juma born 2 October 1989 . Diamond is a well respected musician who is regarded as one of the best in the industry due to the following reasons:
Good Reasons Diamond  May be the Best Tanzanian  Musician
Energetic Performance
Any person who has ever attended a Diamond concert or
live performance always attests to one thing, the music
artist is full of life and vigor. He is known for his
electric and energetic performances that not only go
well with his attendees but also leave them wanting
more. This is probably the reason that Diamond’s name
will always feature in high energy performances .His
music also appeals to the young at heart due to the
dynamism of the beats.
Versatile Musician
Another aspect that makes Diamond good in what he does
is his flexibility. Unlike many Tanzanian artists, Diamond is
able to perform in different scenarios. He is also well
versed with different music genres thus will quickly
adapt to a new situation. The young Tanzanian artist
provides a good solo performance, he is able to do
collaborations, and can as well coordinate well with a
live band.
Multi-talented
Diamond  can simply be described as an all rounded
music artist. He is multi-talented in a number of fields
which include a song writer, a vocalist, as well as an arranger. With so many talents at his disposal, he is capable of coming up with
award winning songs and also offering a good show.
Focus
Diamond is very serious about music and works extra hard to give a good performance and also high quality music video
Dedication
Despite his star status Diamond always ensures to give
his best. This has seen him showcase a good
performance to both sold out crowds as well as a
handful of people.

Collaboration with Top Stars
Nasibu Abdul a.k.a Diamond  collaborates with other skilled
musicians. Doing so not only allows him grow but also
widens his exposure in the Tanzanian music scene. Musicians he has shared the podium with include Davido, Iyanya, Waje, Tiwa Savage, Fally Ipupa, D-Banj, Judith Sephuma- South African Jazz Icon etc 
Quality Music and Video
Diamond considers himself a brand hence he always has
to maintain it well. This is made possible by working
with famous and reputable producer such as Godfather from South Africa and Ogopa Deejays from

 Consistency
Another reason that makes Diamond good at what he
does is consistency. He makes sure he comes up with
high quality music without taking long breaks in
between singles or albums. This ensures that his
audience has something new regularly. For instance,
after dropping his hot hit “MOYO WANGU”, he went ahead and
still released another hot single “NIMPENDE NANI” hence
having two club hits almost at the same time. The
popularity and demand for Diamond is never in question.
He is a household name when it comes to music and
features prominently in many events. He is also
an ambassador of Cocacola Company, taking into account his young age; Diamond’s star can only shine brighter.

.......................SEIF KABELELE......................



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GET IT NOW!!! DJ CUPPY RELEASES COMPILATION MIX HOUSE OF CUPPY

DJ Cuppy’s project, which she has been working on, for months is described as one of the best mixes produced by a DJ in 2014. House Of Cuppy is a ‘House’ mix of Nigerian songs by artistes Tiwa Savage, Kcee, Neato C feat D’banj, Dr Sid, Alexandra Burke, Chidinma, Wizkid, illBliss and Suspect.The eclectic combination of instruments on the tracks helps to communicate an undeniable groove and infectious melodies that is guaranteed to keep you moving.Inspired by the Dauphine of France, Marie Antoinette, DJ Cuppy has themed her compilation around her. In Cuppy’s words ‘House Of Cuppy’ is her most passionate project yet.This is just the beginning of what is yet to come from the talented DJ Cuppy.

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WHAT’S ON: >> JULIANA KANYOMOZI SON ( KERON ) WROTE HIS LAST WORDS ( In his letter, the 11-year-old boy said he had gotten used to injections. )

PHOTO/Lillia Babirye

 STORY BY CAROL KASUJJA

Not even his father saw it coming.

Amon Lukwago says his son Keron Raphael Kabugo was in high spirits hours before he died on Sunday in Nairobi.Lukwago and Keron’s mother Juliana Kanyomozi flew to Nairobi, Kenya on July 13 where the 11-year-old boy had been referred for medical attention after an asthma attack.A press-shy Lukwago said: “As we travelled to Nairobi, we were communicating. Although he was unable to talk, he was able to scribble a few lines and even wrote me a note promising me that he was going to be strong.“It was at that moment that I broke down and cried because I saw that he was really fighting for his life. I had hopes that he was going to be fine. Keron has been a strong boy.”Surrounded by friends and relatives, Lukwago appeared calm but visibly heartbroken on Wednesday. Sitting on a couch in the main lounge of the family home in the Kawuku-Bunga city suburb, he shared his son’s last moments, including Keron’s note which he said was now a treasure.



The note reads: “I am used to needles now. Do you know how many injections I have got and I did not feel pain not even crying.”As Lukwago pulled out the brown wallet where he kept secure the precious reminder, he bent his head lower and paused before taking out the note written in blue ink.Moments later, he slotted it back and safely tucked the wallet away in the trouser pocket.“My only child has gone. I do not know why God takes the good. It is like a dream. I keep on thinking I will come out of the dream. It is going to take me long to recover. I will miss my boy,” he said.


Mayiga (right) gives Lukwago (left) and Juliana (kneeling) a message from the Kabaka of Buganda during the funeral service on Wednesday. Looking on is Buganda Prince David Kintu Wasajja. PHOTO/Lillia Babirye

Mourners kept vigil at Juliana's home on Monday. PHOTO/Mary Kansiime

Juliana says she loved her son Keron so much so much

Friends and family have been at Juliana's home in this time of grief. PHOTO/Mary Kansiime

Keron's body was flown back home on Tuesday evening from Nairobi where he died at Aga Khan hospital.PHOTO/Roderick Ahimbazwe
Lukwago's son died in his arms.
“He breathed his last as I held him. Before he passed away, I looked at him and he also looked in my eyes but we could not communicate. That is the time I realised that my son was going for good.”During the interview, he scoffed at critics who, in various press reports and social media, suggested that he lost contact with Juliana and Keron.
“I have been with my son from day one. Whenever I was in the country, I would spend weekends with Keron. I was supposed to travel on July 10 to London but when I got to know that Keron was badly off at Nakasero Hospital, I cancelled my flight,” he said.Lukwago says being a sound engineer and a disc jockey and Juliana a musician, he wanted his son to join the music industry.
“During Christmas last year, I told him that he should be a musician, he told me: ‘no dad, I want to be a fine artist because I am good at drawing’. The way you see me, is the exact way my son used to behave. He was a social boy and amiable. Whenever we travelled, people never wanted to get rid of him,” he said.On Wednesday evening, Lukwago was joined by Juliana and several of her relatives and friends for the wake (vigil).


A funeral service will be held on Friday at All Saints Cathedral Nakasero.  Burial will be at Lukwago’s ancestral home in Kiryagonja near Matugga on Bombo Road the same day.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE WORLD’S GREATEST YOUNG BROTHER! MR ABDUL THE BRAVE HEART >>> I’M THANKFUL THAT GOD GAVE ME A YOUNG BROTHER LIKE YOU

  You are Wolverine, Superman, Spiderman, Ironman, Thor, Hulk, Jedi, Zorro, Batman, Robocop, Hercules, Terminator and James Bond all-in-one. Happy birthday to my real life superhero.

VIDEO: AIR ALGERIE PLANE CRASHES WITH 116 ON BOARD AFTER GOING MISSING OVER MALI

 05:35 PM: France's transport minister says the Air Algerie flight carrying 116 people vanished over northern Mali.
05:25 PM: Air Algerie representative in Burkina Faso says passenger list on plane includes 50 French.An Air Algerie plane en route from Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso to Algiers with 110 passengers and six crew members on board crashed into the Niger, reports said.Authorities have lost contact with an Air Algerie flight en route from Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso to Algiers with 110 passengers on board, Algeria's APS state news agency and a Spanish airline company said on Thursday.


APS said authorities lost contact with flight AH 5017 an hour after it took off from Burkina Faso, although other officials gave other timings, adding to confusion about the fate of the flight and where it might be.Spanish private airline company Swiftair confirmed it had no contact with its MD-83 aircraft operated by Air Algerie, which it said was carrying 110 passengers and six crew.Actuellement nous n'avons aucune nouvelles du VolAH5017. Merci



- Air Algerie (@Air_Algerie) July 24, 2014
Translation: "Currently we have no news of VolAH5017. Thank you"
The company said in a notice posted on its website that the aircraft took off from Burkina Faso at 0117 local time and was supposed to land in Algiers at 0510 local time but never reached its destination .

14.18 A fuller passenger list has been published by official Algerian news agency APS.
The list of passengers includes 51 French, 27 Burkina Faso nationals, eight Lebanese, six Algerians, five Canadians, four Germans, two Luxemburg nationals, one Swiss, one Belgium, one Egyptian, one Ukrainian, one Nigerian, one Cameroonian and one Malian, Burkina Faso Transport Minister Jean Bertin Ouedraogo reportedly said.
However, AFP is reporting that "at least 20" passengers were Lebanese.
The six crew members are Spanish, according to the Spanish pilots' union.
14.14 Fiona Govan reports from Madrid, Spain with the latest on the fate of AH5017, which was owned and staffed by the Spanish firm Swiftair:
 Swiftair confirmed that the two pilots and four cabin crew are all Spanish, and said that contact had been lost with the plane 50 minutes after it took off from Burkina Faso this morning for Algiers.
The company said it was trying to establish the nationalities of those on board and were coordinating with the Spanish foreign ministry.
"At this moment we have emergency teams and company personnel working ‎to establish what happened and as soon as we know more details we will release new statements," it said in a statement, according to Spanish websites.
According to Algeria media reserves of kerosene on the plane could have run out after an hour.
Spain's ministry for development and transport ‎has called a crisis cabinet and is in touch with the company and authorities in Burkino Faso, Mali and Algeria.
Jose Manuel Margallo, Spain's foreign minister described the situation as "confusing" and is in touch with his Algerian counterpart Ramatane Lamama, as well as the Spanish prime minister.
Speaking on an office visit to Tunisia he said "the situation is very confused."
14.11 "I can confirm that it has crashed," the unnamed Algerian official who spoke to Reuters has said, declining to give details of where the plane was or what caused the accident.
13.57 An Algerian aviation official has told Reuters the plane has crashed.
No more details are currently available on the location, but Niger security sources say planes are flying over its border with Mali to search for the plane.
13.51 Swiftair, which owned and staffed the plane, has a relatively clean safety record, with five accidents since 1977, two of which caused a total of eight deaths, according to the Washington-based Flight Safety Foundation.
Air Algerie's last major accident was in 2003 when one of its planes crashed shortly after take-off from the southern city of Tamanrasset, killing 102 people. In February this year, 77 people died when an Algerian military transport plane crashed into a mountain in eastern Algeria.
13.45 French fighter jets based in the region have been dispatched to try to locate the missing plane, French army spokesman Gilles Jaron has said.
QuoteTwo Mirage 2000 jets based in Africa were dispatched to try to locate the Air Algerie plane that disappeared on Thursday.
They will search an area from its last known destination along its probable route.
13.42 David Millward explains why a Spanish-owned plane was being operated by an Algerian airline:
 The aircraft was "wet leased" by Air Algerie from Swiftair [a Spanish airline company], which supplied both aircraft and crew. The practice of wet leasing is common in the industry. British Airways wet-leased a number of aircraft during the 2010 cabin crew dispute to maintain services.
13.30 There may have been as many as 80 French passengers on board AH5017, "airport sources" in Algeria have told EFE.
13.25 The Telegraph's David Millward, former transport editor, has been following events from the US:
 David Soucie, a former investigator with the Federal Aviation Administration, has told CNN: “There is no reason to think there is anything mechanically wrong with the plane. There is some reason that it flew over restricted airspace.”
Speaking on CNN he adds that field could have been an issue when the pilot had to make a decision what route should be taken to avoid the storm.
13.19 Mike Pflanz reports for The Telegraph from Nairobi:
 A European diplomat in Ouagadougou said that there was limited information available from the country's civil aviation authorities, but that he had been briefed that the aircraft left Burkina Faso airspace and had continued as planned over Malian territory.
There were reportedly many French citizens on the flight, which was likely to be routed over territory that was in the hands of al-Qaeda's affiliates in northern Mali until France intervened to push them out in 2013.
Despite this, the European diplomat said that there was no suggestion he had heard that the aircraft could have been specifically targeted by anti-French Islamist forces from the ground.
13.07 Amid conflicting reports about the missing plane's movements, here is a roundup of what we have heard so far.
- Flight AH5017 set off from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, toward Algiers, Algeria, at 0117 local time [02.17am UK time].
- It flew northward, into Mali airspace.
- Burkina Faso air traffic control handed over to the control tower in Niamey, Niger, just across the border from Mali, at 1:38am local time [02.38 UK time].
- At around this time AH5017 was asked to change route because of a storm.
- The last contact Algerian authorities had with the missing Air Algerie aircraft was at 01.55am [02.55am UK time] when it was flying over Gao, Mali.
- Niger air traffic controllers have reportedly said their said last contact with the flight was just after 4:30am local time (04.30am UK), suggesting it may have entered Niger air space, though this is yet unconfirmed
12.58 Burkina Faso authorities have set up a crisis unit in Ouagadougou airport to provide information to families of people on the flight, reportsReuters.
QuoteA diplomat in the Malian capital Bamako said that the north of the country - which lies on the plane's likely flight path - was struck by a powerful sandstorm overnight.
Issa Saly Maiga, head of Mali's National Civil Aviation Agency, said that a search was under way for the missing flight.
"We do not know if the plane is Malian territory," he told Reuters. "Aviation authorities are mobilised in all the countries concerned - Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Algeria and even Spain."
12.56 The Air Algerie flight disappeared over northern Mali, France's transport minister has confirmed.
12.54 Fifty French people were on board according the plane's passenger list, an Air Algerie representative in Burkina Faso has toldReuters.
12.51 The missing Air Algerie flight AH5017 was asked to change route at 01.38 (02.38 UK time) because of a storm, the Burkina Faso transport minister has said.
However, it has also been reported that air traffic controllers in both Algerian and Niger had contact with it later.
12.42 "There were likely French people on board, and if there were French people on board there were certainly many of them," Frederic Cuvillier, France's transport minister, has told reporters.
12.33 The first details on the 110 passengers on board flight AH5017 - the French transport minister has said that "likely many" French citizens would have been on board the flight, which has disappeared.
12.28 More details are emerging of the final minutes of contact with the plane.
An Algerian aviation official has told Reuters that the last contact Algerian authorities had with the missing Air Algerie aircraft was at 0155 GMT (02.55am UK time) when it was flying over Gao, Mali.
Aviation authorities in Burkina Faso say they handed the flight to the control tower in Niamey, Niger, at 1:38am local time (02.38 UK time). They said last contact with the flight was just after 4:30am local time (04.30 UK).
12.22 More reports are emerging that the flight was asked to change course midflight in order to avoid the path of another plane, again unconfirmed.
12.19 Chinese state television is now reporting that the plane has crashed in Niger. It has not yet been possible to verify this information.
12.07 This map, based on information from the Federal Aviation Administration and International Civil Aviation Organisation, depicts how Mali is considered by US airlines to be one of the world's "high risk" flight zones.
Burkina Faso is the country directly south of Mali - Algeria is directly north of the country.
11.58 Following early reports of poor visibility, Mali is at the end of its dry season, during which the harmattan, a dry, hot wind that blows from the east out of the Sahara, "sweeps the soil into dusty whirlwinds and is accompanied by daytime temperatures of about 104 to 113 °F (40 to 45 °C)", accoridng to Encyclopaedia Britannica.
The weather in Mali today is described as "mostly cloudy".
11.48 Air Algerie has confirmed via its Twitter feed that contact was lost 50 minutes into the flight, and has provided a crisis contact.
The tweet translates as "The aircraft took off at 1:55. 50 minutes after we have not heard from the aircraft. Spanish plane Crisis Staff@AeroportAlger"
11.46 Flight AH5017 was in Malian air space approaching the border with Algeria when contact was lost, a source from Air Algerie has reportedly told AFP.
QuoteThe plane was not far from the Algerian frontier when the crew was asked to make a detour because of poor visibility and to prevent the risk of collision with another aircraft on the Algiers-Bamako route.
Contact was lost after the change of course.
11.35 Air Algerie has tweeted the following message, which translates to "Currently we have no news of VolAH5017. Thank you"
11.32 The missing airplane is owned by Spanish private airline Swiftair, and operated by Air Algerie, according to Reuters:
QuoteSpanish private airline company Swiftair on Thursday said it had lost contact with one of its airplane operated by Air Algerie with 110 passengers and six crew members on board.
The company said in a notice posted on its website that the aircraft took off from Burkina Faso at 0117 local time [02.17am UK time] and was supposed to land in Algiers at 0510 local time but never reached its destination.
11.27 Mali - the shortest flight path for AH5017 - is currently considered a "high risk" flight zone by US airlines, according to this Wall Street Journal graphic.
However, a senior French official has told AP it is unlikely that fighters in Mali had weaponry that could shoot down a plane:
QuoteThe official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because she was not authorized to speak for attribution, said the fights have shoulder-fired weapons which could not hit an aircraft at cruising altitude.

General view of Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso (NEIL COOPER/ALAMY)
11.25 Contact was lost with the plane some time after 01.55GMT (02.55 UK), according the official Algerian news agency.
"In keeping with procedures, Air Algerie has launched its emergency plan," the agency quoted the airline as saying.
11.22 The flight code was AH5017, according to AP, and originated in the Burkina Faso capital city of Ouagadougou.
QuoteOugadougou is in a nearly straight line south of Algiers, passing over Mali where unrest continues in the north.
11.16 Air Algerie is the national airline of Algeria, flying to 28 countries including the United Kingdom.
It is not yet clear what route the plane was taking when it went missing, but would most likely have been flying over either Mali or Niger.
11.10 A plane carrying 110 passengers from Burkina Faso to Algeria has gone missing, according to reports. The plane was an Air Algerie aircraft, and lost contact with air traffic controllers 50 minutes after takeoff.

STORY BY: ANDREW MARSZAL

ALGERIA AIRLINER MISSING ON SAHARA ROUTE FROM BURKINAFASO

Algeria's national airline, Air Algerie, says it has lost contact with one of its planes flying from Burkina Faso to Algiers across the Sahara.Contact was lost about 50 minutes after take-off from Ouagadougou, the airline said.The passenger airliner was last seen at 0155 GMT, it added. It should have landed at 0510.Flight AH 5017 had 110 passengers and six crew on board, Spanish airline Swiftair, which owns the plane, said."In keeping with procedures, Air Algerie has launched its emergency plan," Air Algerie officials, quoted by APS news agency (in French), said.
POOR VISIBILITY

The plane is operated by Air Algerie and chartered from Swiftair.In a statement (in Spanish), Swiftair said that the aircraft was an MD83 and that they were unable to establish contact with the plane.An Algerian official had previously told Reuters that the plane was an Airbus A320.An unnamed Air Algerie company source, speaking to AFP news agency, said: "The plane was not far from the Algerian frontier when the crew was asked to make a detour because of poor visibility and to prevent the risk of collision with another aircraft on the Algiers-Bamako route."
"Contact was lost after the change of course."
Flight AH 5017 flies the Ouagadougou-Algiers route four times a week, AFP reported.Algerian nationals were among those on board, Algerian newspaper El-Nahar reported.In February, a military plane in Algeria crashed, killing 77 people on board.
The Hercules C-130 crashed into a mountain in Oum al-Bouaghi province, en route to Constantine, in bad weather conditions. Only one person on board survived.

SOURCE: BBC NEWS/ AFRICA



OUT AND ABOUT: MY PEOPLE ANDREW CHINGY, DANIEL NDAKI AND JIMMY LESSO WEARING KITENGE DESIGN- CHILLAXING, WILLING AND DEALING!!

 Kitenge  is made of cotton fabric with wax print. It is very popular in East Africa. The beauty of kitenge is that it is known as a textile that tells stories. This can be achieved through colour  (kitenge is often multicolored), shapes and patterns. The kitenge can represent a cultural background, a social position, or just a mood and a feeling …Kitenges are similar to kangas and kikoy, but are of a thicker cloth and have an edging only on a long side. They are sometimes worn by men, the printing on the cloth is done by a traditional batik technique. Many of the designs have a meaning. A large variety of religious and political designs is found as well as traditional tribal patterns. The cloth is used as material for dresses as well.


MOST PEOPLE THINK BEING FAMOUS IS HEAVEN, BUT IN FACT IT’S MORE LIKE HELL, WATCHU THINK? I WOULD SAY YES BECAUSE THOSE PAPARAZZI SCUMBAGS WILL BE WAITING FOR THE CHANCE WHERE YOU MESS UP AND MAKE YOU LOOK LIKE A DUMBASS>> EVERYTHING YOU DO WRONG IS GOING TO BE A THOUSAND TIMES WORSE

 Many people dream about being famous. They would do everything to appear on TV, radio or Internet. They want to be admired and loved by fans. The media show rich and beautiful stars and it is believed that their life is full of hapiness and love. Although it seems to be true, there are many disadvantages of being famous.
 Despite the fact of being vain they simply want to be rich. And so they are. They have everything what they want to. But most of them are hard to satisfy. Famous people have got many requirements and conditions to meet by festival organisers. They don't have to be afraid of their future. Luckily, many celebrities help poor people and join organisations like UNICEF to help children around the world.

Everything has got its dark side and being famous also have. Celebrities have no privacy. They spent lot of money on bodyguards and protection. Papparazzi go everywhere where famous persons go. They take photos even when celebrity is in the loo or eating. It's terrible because every step is being watched. Gossips can ruin their life because we sometimes don't know if the interview is real or just the journalist's lie to make people to buy more copies of this magazine. There are many people who didn't manage to cope with this pressure of being famous. They fell into addictions or commited suicide.


To sum up being famous have got many advantages and disadvantages. Fame is fickle and you never know when it ends. For me it's not worth to destroy your life in return for money and glory.

HERIETH PAUL,!! GOOD ONES……WE LEARN FROM THE BEST.

  Herieth Paul is a Tanzanian fashion model who has walked for Diane von F├╝rstenberg, Lacoste, Tom Ford, Calvin Klein, Armani, Cavalli and 3.1 Phillip Lim. She moved to Ottawa, Canada at the age of 14 due to her mother being a diplomat. She was discovered when she went to an open call of Angie's, a model agency based in Ottawa, Canada. She signed with Women Management New York in June 2010. Herith  has appeared in editorials for Vogue Italiamagazine, i-D, wonderland and Teen Vogue. Paul appeared on a Vogue Italia cover with Arizona Muse and Freja Beha. In July 2011 she was the cover model of Canadian Elle. The caption on the cover read: "Naomi Move Over . Why We're Hot For Herieth. Paul was one of three models in the Tom Ford Fall/Winter 2013 campaign, photographed by Tom Ford. This campaign was named one of the top ten campaigns of Fall 2013 by The Business of Fashion and by Racked.com. Herieth has appeared in beauty campaigns for cKone and Tom Ford.

TO PHOTOGRAPH IS TO HOLD ONE’S BREATH, WHEN ALL FACULTIES CONVERGE TO CAPTURE FLEETING REALITY. IT’S @ THAT PRECISE MOMENT THAT MASTERING AN IMAGE BECOMES A GREAT PHYSICAL AND INTELLECTUAL JOY, >>>>>>>KUDOS APRIL CHARLES IGOGO FOR THE NICE SHOOT


BEST GHANAIAN RAPPER SARKODIE COVERS LATEST ISSUE OF EVENT GUIDE MAGAZINE

Magazine is out wit a new edition which has Sarkodie ‘Obidiponbidi’ on its cover. This edition features on its front page the ever best rap and singing artiste in Ghana and Africa who won the AMA’s, Sarkodie with the overly talked about celebrity soccer which was held at the Lizzys Sports complex recently.
The bass awards launch for 2014 has also been featured on this new edition notforgetting Otumfuo’s 15th anniversary in Kumasi.
It also features colurful pictures of Mighty malts launch in Ghana held recently.

The center spread of the magazine also has pictures of this years Ghana meets Nija concert which was held at the conference center and others.
Event Guide magazine comes in a colorful and quality format, that report in text andpictures of events that took place in a particular month, it also reveals all upcoming events, must watch movies, places of interests and some of the hit tracks on air.
In an interview with the C.E.O of Event Guide, Kelvin Kenneth, he said, the companyhas been in service for some couple of months, but can proudly say that, it has made a mark in the hearts and minds of their cherished clients and viewers, stressing that most celebrities and personalities have endorsed the newspaper magazine with enthusiasm.
Kelvin also said, the company deals in all events coverage, be it gospel, social, campus, private, co-operate, fashion etc, and are also expert in event marketing, advertising, promotions, publicity, graphic designing, TV commercials and many more.
He therefore made a passionate appeal to the Government, NGO’s, Co-operate organizations and the general public to come in support of Event Guide since it’s the new and captivating newspaper magazine for the youth and old.
You can reach Event Guide on 0267281168/ 0242736441/ 0542585592 or e-mail them to Eventguideghana@gmail.com. For further info on their services you can log onto their Facebook page,
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THE MOST AMAZING POSITIVE VIBES FROM SOME OF THE YOUNG FOLKS DOES IN MWANZA -THAT WE HARDLY KNOW!!

 Joe Jonathan a.k.a Future Jnl 19 years from Rock City-Mwanza. Signed with MegaTown Records under J Monster. Joe is a high school student, graphics designer, story writer, song writer and Actor. He want to change the world through Music, to help and support kids and street children who got talent like him…
SONG: WORUMO
ARTIST: Future JnL
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