Popular Akan Proverb Used As A Reference By Uk Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

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Monday, January 20, 2020

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At the 2020 Uk - Africa investment summit which was held in London this year, Uk prime minister Boris Johnson used the popular Akan Proverb "all hands are not equal" as a reference to boast about Uk expertise which can never be matched with any country.

"But in the words of an old Akan proverb that I picked up in Ghana, all fingers are not the same. There is wisdom in these Akan proverb. All fingers are not the same and all countries are not the same and the UK boasts ... in expertise that cannot be matched by any other nation and that is why we are one of the biggest partners of the countries across Africa. Look at the billions of pounds worth in the deals that are being finalised just here today that we are announcing," Mr Johnson said.

According to Boris Johnson, Uk is embarking on a new future as a global free trading country.

This initiative will put people before passports and end the free movement of people to and from Eu nation's.
It will also make the system more fairer and equal, treating people the same wherever they came from.

Ghana's President His Excellency Nana Akuffo Addo was among the 15 African leaders present at the event.

This year Uk-Africa investment summit was to discuss new and lasting partnerships that will bring growth,jobs and investments.

Victor Twum Ampofo Crowned As The Ultimate Winner of Nsromma Season 2.

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Sunday, January 19, 2020

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Adom Tv Nsromma Season 2 Grand finale which happened at West Hills Mall today, just ended with Victor Twum Ampofo crowned as the ultimate winner of a cash price of Gh5000, a laptop and products from sponsors.

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Reneil Aboagye who followed up as second runner up,won a cash price of Gh3000, a laptop and products from sponsors.
Reneil showed immense love and maturity to Victor Ampofo by hugging him whiles Victor was shedding tears of excitement.

Aba also received a cash prize of Gh2000, a tablet and products from sponsors as third runner up.

The show featured judges such as Akosua Adjapong and award winning Sarkcess signee, Akwaboah.

The second edition of Nsromma  didn't only focus on harnessing these kids talents in Ghana but also brought special Artiste on board such as Fameye,Kidi,Bisa kdei, kofi mole, Mz Vee, Yaw Berk,Lil win and Kelvynboy to make this show a rememberable one.

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A Fall From Grace Movie Review

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American Actor, director, producer, and Medea character creator, Tyler Perry's movie A Fall from Grace leads Twitter trends.

A fall from Grace movie stars great casts such as Crystal Fox,Phylicia Rashad, Bresha Webb, Mechad brooks,Tyler Perry with the Haves and Have Not's star Cicely Tyson.

Rumours has it that, A Fall from Grace movie which made it way to Netflix is a low budget junk movie.
Whiles others are in total defense against critics, others identify Tyler Perry as a naïveté.

Mariah Carrey (left) with Tyler Perry(right)

Tyler perry openly boasted about writing all his movie screenplay by himself.

Talking about the movie, there is a scene where Jasmine's husband arrested two people and walked away, telling them not to go away.

Professionally, wouldn't it have been much better if he put them in a squad car?

This cop is an incompetent one.

According to @battymamzelle,a verified freelance writer and critic, her biggest problem with the movie is that anyone with a rudimentary Law and Order degree from Dick Wolf could tell Tyler Perry that this movie shows entirely wrong defense strategy.
You don't dispute the facts in evidence, you explain them.

Twitter fans troll at Tyler perry after watching the hyped movie, A Fall from Grace.

A fall from Grace movie was shot within 5 days.
One scene in this movie which caught my attention is the fact that the judge had his script in front of him in the movie.

There were also other such as a man mimicking drinking water from an empty glass.

Tyler Perry's depiction of black women as jealous, lost ,broken and angry in all his movies sounds ridiculous.

Anyway, During an interview at Tamron Hall show, he voiced out his inspiration do w for his movies.
According to Tyler perry, he drives his inspiration directly from his mother, things she went through and many more.

Congrats to Tyler perry on the other hand for a great plot twist, it was amazing.

Did the duration of the filming in any way affect the performance of the filming or in anyway cost the lack of professionalism displayed in Tyler Perry's movie, A Fall from Grace.

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Depression - Cliffsonspeaks

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Friday, January 17, 2020

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Depression somehow is much more in line with society’s notions of what women are all about: passive, sensitive, hopeless, helpless, stricken, dependent, confused, rather tiresome, and with limited aspirations.

Manic states, on the other hand, seem to be more the provenance of men: restless, fiery, aggressive, volatile, energetic, risk taking, grandiose and visionary, and impatient with the status quo.
Anger or irritability in men, under such circumstances, is more tolerated and understandable; leaders or takers of voyages are permitted a wider latitude for being temperamental.

Journalists and other writers, quite understandably, have tended to focus on women and depression, rather than women and mania. This is not surprising: depression is twice as common in women as men.

About 264 million people with depression cases are reported yearly according to World Health Organization which is different from usual mood fluctuations and short-lived emotional responses to challenges in everyday life. 

At its worst, depression can lead to suicide. Close to 800 000 people die due to suicide every year. 

Suicide is the second leading cause of death in 15-29-year-olds.

Depression is awful beyond words or sounds or images; I would not go through an extended one again.
It bleeds relationships through suspicion, lack of confidence and self-respect, the inability to enjoy life, to walk or talk or think normally, the exhaustion, the night terrors, the day terrors.
There is nothing good to be said for it except that it gives you the experience of how it must be to be old, to be old and sick, to be dying; to be slow of mind; to be lacking in grace, polish, and coordination; to be ugly; to have no belief in the possibilities of life, the pleasures of sex, the exquisiteness of music, or the ability to make yourself and others laugh.

Others imply that they know what it is like to be depressed because they have gone through a divorce, lost a job, or broken up with someone. But these experiences carry with them feelings. 

Depression, instead, is flat, hollow, and unendurable
It is also tiresome.
People cannot abide being around you when you are depressed.
They might think that they ought to, and they might even try, but you know and they know that you are tedious beyond belief: you’re irritable and paranoid and humorless and lifeless and critical and demanding and no reassurance is ever enough.
You’re frightened, and you’re frightening, and you’re “not at all like yourself but will be soon,” but you know you won’t.

I honestly believe that as a result of my insanity I have felt more things, more deeply; had more experiences, more intensely; loved more, and been more loved; laughed more often for having cried more often; appreciated more the springs, for all the winters; worn death “as close as dungarees,” appreciated it—and life—more; seen the finest and the most terrible in people, and slowly learned the values of caring, loyalty, and seeing things through. I have seen the breadth and depth and width of my mind and heart and seen how frail they both are, and how ultimately unknowable they both are. 

Depressed, I have crawled on my hands and knees in order to get across a room and have done it for month after month. But, normal or manic, I have run faster, thought faster, and loved faster than most I know. And I think much of this is related to my illness—the intensity it gives to things and the perspective it forces on me. I think it has made me test the limits of my mind (which, while wanting, is holding) and the limits of my upbringing, family, education, and friends.

The countless hypomania, and mania itself, all have brought into my life a different level of sensing and feeling and thinking. Even when I have been most psychotic delusional, hallucinating, frenzied. I have been aware of finding new corners in my mind and heart. Some of those corners were incredible and beautiful and took my breath away and made me feel as though I could die right then and the images would sustain me. Some of them were grote

Some of them were grotesque and ugly and I never wanted to know they were there or to see them again. But, always, there were those new corners and—when feeling my normal self, beholden for that self to medicine and love. I cannot imagine becoming jaded to life, because I know of those limitless corners, with their limitless views.

People with depression are encouraged to make it public so they can get the help they need. But in most cases, people who openly say they have depression are seen as attention seekers who can become shunned for such an act so this people keep it to themselves until they can't no more which finally ends with suicide and some pretend to be fine.
The thing about depression is you think you’re over it, but it’s 3PM and surrounded by your friends laughing about something stupid and you feel it, you feel the loneliness creeping in. You feel the sadness even though you’re laughing. You’re depressed and you don’t even know how to fix it.

The solution to not be depressed is not so simple as they say but i guess there's more to live for than dying. Don't isolate yourself, be happy for who you are, ask for help if you need it and don't live in the pit of the past no more. Find ways to let out what's hurting and what's stressing you by trying new hobbies. It's very necessary to visit qualified mental health personnel's for help.
Depression can kill you if you let it.
We all need to live, the future needs you.
By: Adu Clifford Kyere Diabour
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