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AFRIMA 2021: Battle Of The Galaxy As Stars Align For ‘Artiste Of The Year’

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It is less than one month to the seventh edition of the much-anticipated All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) 2021, and votes have long been stacking up for all 38 categories created to celebrate the best of African music. AFRIMA 2021 holds at Eko Hotel and Suites, Lagos, Nigeria from November 19-21, 2021 with live broadcast to 84 television stations in 109 countries.

Public voting is ongoing and ends on Saturday, November 20, 2021 on AFRIMA’s website www.afrima.org. Tickets to the Music Fest coming up on Friday, November 19, 2021 at 6pm, and the award on Sunday, November 21, 2021 will be on sale on AFRIMA website (www.afrima.org) from Sunday, October 31 at 18:00 (EAT).  


The ‘Artiste of the Year’ category is one juicy nomination that, like the Midas Touch, if wielded by any artiste has the power to turn almost every situation into gold. This year is quite interesting as it is not just a battle of the greats, but a battle that infuses some of the most prominent voices ever in Africa’s music scene.


Past winners in the ‘Artiste of the Year’ category are Davido (Nigeria – 2014); Diamond Platnum (Tanzania – 2015); Wizkid (Nigeria – 2016); Wizkid (Nigeria -2017); Davido (Nigeria – 2018); and Burna Boy (Nigeria- 2019).

Take a look at some of your faves for the ‘Artiste of the Year’ category, this year, it is a continental battle;

• Focalistic (South Africa)


Pretorian-bred Amapiano Prince, Lethabo Sebetso, popular as Focalistic, is no strange name to African music lovers. The 25-year-old singer has been one of the biggest exports of Amapiano for the past few years. Asides getting an RIAA gold certification for his recent smash hit, Ke Star Remix (featuring Davido), Focalistic’s sounds have soundtracked the entire summer of 2021.


With collaborations with other SA heavyweights such as DJ Maphorisa, Kabza De Small, Casper Nyovest, among others, the party-starting singer has continued to chart a path as one of the most vibrant young acts on the scene. After snoozing from the rap scene which he debuted in with his Casper Nyovest-assist dubbed, Never Know, Focalistic has now become an Amapiano adherent in recent times. And this is the sound that is pushing the singer as one of the most acclaimed African acts in a single year. Apart from his nomination in the ‘Artiste of the Year’ category, Focalistic also has six other nominations making him one of the most nominated artistes in AFRIMA 2021.

 • Burna Boy (Nigeria)


PERHAPS being touted as the African Giant is no longer enough description for Damini Ogulu, better known as Burna Boy. The Rivers State indigene is not just a Grammy-winning singer, but also one of Africa’s biggest musical exploits since Fela Kuti. The 30-year-old has a very mature and hit-laden discography that stirs both hearts and feet, with political satires, love narratives, and party groove.


2020 was a historic year for Burna Boy, who brought the Grammy award for the best World Music Album to the shores of Africa, with his soul-stirring album dubbed, Twice as Tall. The singer has also gone on to collaborate with several international acts, including Justin Bieber, Polo G, Sia, among others. When it comes to making music with an attitude, Burna Boy, remains at the front guard. And both his restive past or present controversies aren’t enough to dull the glimmer that surrounds him. Burna Boy won the coveted ‘Artiste of the Year’ award as well as ‘Best Male Artiste in Western Africa’ award in 2019. In the 2021 edition of awards, he also has nominations in the ‘Best Male Artiste in Western Africa’ and ‘Album of the Year’ categories.

 • Aya Nakamura (MALI)


 SINCE her 2017 debut dubbed, Journal Intime, Aya Danioko, professionally known as Aya Nakamura, has been a regular chart-topper within the French music scene. The Bamako-born singer of Bard heritage is a master of Afro-fusion, wielding Zouk, Afro-RnB and Afro-Pop to create compelling soundpieces that not only unnerves the chauvinist-dominated population of French music listeners, but has become the global billboard for French-African music.


Currently, the 26-year-old has already garnered widespread acclaim for her audacious discography, the most recent being her 2020 self-titled album. Apart from her emotive records, heavily stewed in love, life and self-liberation, the singer is also intricately acclaimed by the French femme-domme as a symbol of pro-feminism.


Without any prior AFRIMA award, the chanteuse is clearly a strong contender for the Artiste of the Year, with an album that packs melodious groove, emotive lyricism, stellar features (including collaborations with Stormzy and Ms. Banks), to stand out as both a fan-favourite and an exceptional project. Apart from her ‘Artiste of the Year’ nomination. Aya also has four other nominations in AFRIMA 2021.

• Davido (Nigeria)


Another page-turner in the records book of Afrobeats will be David Adeleke, professionally known as Davido. This 29-year-old Afro-pop maverick is undisputedly one of Africa’s biggest musical exports. 2020 was also a significant year for Davido, who released his sophomore album dubbed, A Better Time, which wasn’t just a readily pacifying soundpiece for Africans who were exhausted from the throes of a global pandemic, but it was also one that projected Afrobeats to the world, with its constellation of star-studded international collaborations. Davido won ‘Artiste of the Year’ award in AFRIMA 2014 and 2018. He is one of the highest nominees in AFRIMA 2021 with four nominations.

• Fally Ipupa (Congo)


To some people, FALLY Ipupa N’simba might be the 43-year-old singer who still released a smashing album as recent as last year. And to some others, he might just be the Grammy-nominated musician who’s famous for always packing an arsenal of beautiful melodies (which significantly was the title of his debut album). Across the African scene, the Kinshasha-born’s rumba rhythms have traversed diverse ears, even those of non-Congolese origins.


Fally Ipupa who comes from a long line of Congolese rumba masters – from Grand Kalle Kabasele from the (African Jazz) ’50s, to the legendary Tabu Ley Rochereau (African Fiesta) and Franco Luambo Makiadi (O.K. Jazz) in the ’60s and ’70s; Zaiko Langa Langa of the ’70s; Papa Wemba (Viva la Musica) in the ’80s, to Koffi Olomide (Quartier Latin) and the Wenge Musica band of ’90s and 2000s – continues to reign as the prince of the Afro-dancehall music in Africa. With recent releases such as his 2020 album dubbed, Toookos 3, Fally Ipupa has become part of the Afrobeats to the World movement, with sonic evolutions that see him explore more European styles over his traditional rumba notations.

Fally Ipupa won ‘Best Male in Central Africa’ in 2014 and 2018. He also has nominations in the ‘Best Male in Central Africa’, ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Songwriter of the Year’ categories in AFRIMA 2021.

 • Wizkid (Nigeria)


FOR this battle of stars, Ayodeji Balogun, better known as Wizkid, is a fierce contender. The Grammy-winning singer emerged in the middle of a pandemic with an album that continues to shake the world, even till date. With the successes of Made in Lagos, still towering above the musical skies till date, one can only wonder at what drives the Lagos-bred musician who continues to soar in a field full of stars.


Apart from the myriad awards, Wizkid also is a globally renowned figure who is not just having special days dedicated to him in Minnesota, or clinching gold plaques from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), but is also breaking Billboard chart history. With his smash-hit, Essence, Wizkid continues to shine bright, but will it be bright enough to outshine other stars for the Artiste of the Year category? Wizkid won the coveted ‘Artiste of the Year’ in 2016 and 2017 as well as ‘Best Male in Western Africa’ in 2017 and ‘Song of the Year’ in 2019. He has six nominations in AFRIMA 2021.

 •Makhadzi (South Africa)


Limpopo-bred singer, Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona, better known as Makhadzi, is a South African singer that’s easily found on the lips of her fellow countrymen, both for her culturally-relevant music, or her endless litany of controversies. The 25-year-old became one of the most streamed artistes of 2020, with the massive reception garnered from her album dubbed, Kokovha (Crawl), which was released that same year.


After starting off her career at age 12, because of her unfathomable love for it, the young singer has moved from stealing the hearts of traders and passersby at public markets and parks, to creating an admirable image across Botswana, Nigeria, Namibia and Tanzania. The Public Relations graduate, who is also currently in school studying Drama, has a matured discography with multiple albums, multiple awards and gold certifications. Perhaps, it is these that make her wardrobe malfunction, or relationship fallouts, to become juice for celebrity gossip across South Africa’s entertainment scene.


Makhadzi currently has no AFRIMA nomination, but is clearly a strong-contender, whose Venda-laden (an official SA language) Amapiano and RnB fusion is one of the most vibrant on the scene.

 • MHD (Guinea)


AFTER 27 years of existence, Mohamed Sylla has carved a legacy for himself as one of Africa’s most vivacious rappers, under the moniker MHD. The French artiste of Guinean-Senegalese origins is best known for pioneering the Afro-Trap legacy, with his continentally-smashing hits. In France and Africa, MHD continues to power his fame batteries with his hit-laden albums, the most recent being Mansa, which was released mid-July.


Singing in his native tongues of Fula, Wolof and the borrowed French Lingua, MHD has amassed a significant following across West Africa. His covers and collaborations of/with Nigerian acts such as P-Square, Wizkid, Naira Marley, among others, have helped the young singer to hewn a vivacious voice in the African music space. MHD was nominated in the ‘Best Male in Centra Africa’ category in 2017. He is also one of the top nominees in AFRIMA 2021 with four nominations.

 • Omah Lay (Nigeria)


Stanley Omah Didia, professionally known as Omah Lay, is one of the most vibrant new acts emerging out of Africa. The Rivers State indigene rose to the spotlight with a marathon of hit songs, last year, including a collaboration with the US artiste, 6lack. From a family of band musicians, Omah Lay has continued to pilot a heritage of Afro-RnB that is raging across Africa, like an inferno. His debut project dubbed, Get Layd, continues to garner widespread airplays and digital streams, even after spending several weeks topping Apple Music’s charts. Omah Lay also has nominations in ‘Best Male in Western Africa’, ‘Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African Pop’, and Breakout Artiste of the Year’ categories of AFRIMA 2021.

 • Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)


NASEEB Abdul Juma Issack is a child of humble beginnings. From selling clothes on the streets of Kigoma at age 17, to breaking into mainstream stardom three years later, in 2010, Issack, who is professionally known as Diamond Platnumz, has become a face of motivation for most young teenagers in Tanzania. Asides from his vivacious vibe, Platnumz is also one of Africa’s biggest music exports.


The BET-nominated singer was featured, last year, by American Grammy-winning singer Alicia Keys on the single dubbed, Wasted Energy. The singer has had a sturdy career that seems to be near-impossible to hide from the limelight. His last project, released in 2018, dubbed A Boy From Tandale, has received several critical acclaim that culminates with his previous successes to pilot him as one of the biggest global poster boys for Africa’s entertainment industry.  Diamond Platnumz has featured in major categories of AFRIMA since inception, having won the ‘Best Male in Eastern Africa’ in 2014, 2015 and 2016, and ‘Song of the Year’ category in 2015 and 2016. Diamond Platnumz has five nominations in AFRIMA 2021.

 • Blaq Diamond (South Africa)


Ndumiso Mdletshe and Sphelele Dunywa are, arguably, your favourite 27-year-olds in South Africa. The non-fraternal duo, under their moniker Blaq Diamond, are one of the most vibrant voices in SA’s music scene. After their debut project dubbed, Inqola, dropped in 2017, these young acts have refused to snooze from the spotlight.

Their sophomore album which was released last year and is dubbed, Umuthi, already glimmers with two Platinum-certified records dubbed, Ibhanoyi and Love Letter, respectively. From having rap cyphers in a school bus around Ladysmith in KwaZulu Natal, to touring different African cities, BlaQ Diamond’s rise has been steady, strong-willed and significantly captivating. BlaQ Diamond leads AFRIMA 2021 nominees list with eight nominations.

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Lions Club To Undertake Free Health Screening At Adamorobe On December 1

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Health care in many parts of Ghana continues to be a challenge for residents, and in recent months, the focus on the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the advocacy and support for other life-threatening diseases, such as diabetes and HIV/AIDS.

For this reason, members of Lions Club International, District 418, Ghana, plan to hold a free health screening at Adamorobe, in the Akwapim South District, on Wednesday, December 1, 2021.

Lions, together with St. Paul Anglican Child Development Center, and with support from a team of medical personnel and pharmaceutical suppliers, plan to screen residents for diabetes, malaria and HIV/AIDS. There will also be free eye and dental checks on the day.

The team will use the opportunity to also provide community members with important education on how to recognise, prevent and treat these diseases to ensure that their spread is controlled.

In a statement, the Lions Clubs explained that the date was chosen in order to tie together the celebration of World Diabetes Day (WDD), which is celebrated annually on 14 November, and World AIDS Day, which occurs on 1 December every year. The statement said that this year’s respective themes of “Access to Diabetes Care: If not now, when?” and “End Inequalities.

End AIDS” are “most significant” because underprivileged communities such as Adamorobe are being left behind on such essential services. “Lions are community leaders and facilitators, and we need to do all we can to improve access to important health care facilities and personnel.”

The Lions Club is the world’s largest service organization, made up of men and women who volunteer their time to identifying and solve community needs and challenges. This activity is being hosted by the Accra Ebony, Accra Diamond, Adenta Mountain View, and Accra Harmony Lions Clubs.

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IBA ONE, WIZKID, NIKITA KERING, FLAVOUR, BLAQ DIAMOND, MAKHADZI, FALLY IPUPA, KOFFI OLOMIDE, OTHERS WIN BIG AT AFRIMA 2021

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The biggest Music Awards in Africa, All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) 2021 ended on Sunday, November 21, 2021, after four days of scintillating and world- class production of events as Iba One, Wizkid, Nikita Kering, Fally Ipupa, Mahadzi, Blaq Diamond, koffi Olomide and other African music superstars within the continent and the Diaspora were recognized and celebrated for their creativity through music. AFRIMA 2021 held from November 18- 21 at Eko Hotels and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria with live broadcast on 84 television stations in 109 countries.

The surprise of the night was Malian Singer, Iba One who emerged the top winner in five categories including ‘Best Male Artiste in Western Africa’, ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Best Artiste, Duo, or Group in African Pop’. He also won in the ‘Best Male Artiste in African Inspirational Music’ and ‘Songwriter of the Year’ categories.

Wizkid who was nominated in six categories followed closely, winning in the ‘Best African Collaboration’, ‘Song of the Year’, and ‘Artiste of the Year’ categories with his hit song, ‘Essence’ featuring Tems. Kenyan teenage singer, Nikita Kering bagged two awards in ‘Best Female Artiste in Eastern African’ and “Best Artiste, Duo, or Group in African RnB’ categories. AFRIMA 2021 youngest nominee, 13-year-old Shanah Manjeru from Kenya emerged as the winner in the ‘Best African Female Artiste in Inspirational Music’ category.

Winners in other categories of the award are ‘Best Male Artiste in Northern Africa’ (Dizzy Dros – Morocco),  ‘Best Female Artiste in Western Africa’ (Djelykaba Bintou – Guinea), ‘Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African Traditional’ (Yonas Maynas -Eritrea), ‘Breakout Artiste of The Year’ (Djelykaba Bintou-Guinea), ‘Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African Jazz’ (Hornsphere-Kenya), ‘Best Female Artiste in Southern Africa’ (Cleo Ice Queen-Zambia), ‘Best African Artiste, Rapper or Lyricist’ (Elow’n -Cote D’Ivoire), ‘Best African DJ’(Dj Sinyorita-Tanzania), ‘Best African Video’ (Steven Awuku-Guinea), ‘Best Female Artiste in Northern Africa’ (Manal-Morocco), ‘Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African Reggae, Ragga’ (Stonebwoy feat. Davido – Ghana), ‘African Fans Favourite’ (Fireboy DML-Nigeria), ‘Best Male Artiste in Central Africa’(Fally Ipupa feat. Dadju-Congo, Democratic Republic), and “Best African Artiste, Duo, Group or Band’ (Sauti Sol feat. Bensoul, Nviiri The storyteller -Kenya).

 The well attended event had dignitaries from all walks of life including ambassadors and members of the diplomatic corps from 18 countries, chief executive of corporations, African Union Commission officials, executives of music labels and recording companies as well musicians across the world.

Other winners according to the result presented by the global auditing firm, Pricewaterhousecoopers (PWC) are ‘Best Male Artiste in Eastern Africa’ (Eddy Kenzo-Uganda), ‘Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African Rock’ (RASH-Kenya), ‘Best Male Artiste in Southern Africa’(Blaq Diamond -South Africa), ‘Best Global Act’ (Beyonce feat. Wizkid, Blue Ivy Carter & SAINt JHN-United States), ‘Best Female Artiste in Central Africa’-(Shan’L  feat. Fally Ipupa – Gabon), ‘Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African Contemporary’ (Majoos feat. Koffi Olomide-Congo, Democratic Republic), ‘Producer of the Year’ (Legendury Beatz-Nigeria), ‘Best Female African Act in Diaspora’ (Naomi Achu-Cameroon/United States), ‘Most Promising African Artiste’ (El Grande Toto feat. Damso-Morocco), ‘Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African Electro’ (Makhadzi feat. Mr Brown-South Africa), ‘Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African Dance or Choreography’ (Flavour feat. Fally Ipupa & Diamond Platnumz-Nigeria), ‘Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African Hip Hop’ (Cheque feat. Fireboy DML-Nigeria), and ‘Best Male African Act in Diaspora’ (Rotimi-Nigeria/United States).

For her role in the movement to make Juneteenth a national holiday in commemoration of the June 19, 1865 announcement of General Order No. 3 by Union Army general, Gordon Granger, proclaiming freedom for slaves in Texas, African-American 95-year-old activist, Opal Lee was given a lifetime achievement award at AFRIMA 2021. The award was received by her granddaughter who came into Lagos from the United States. Congolese Soukus singer, dancer, producer, and composer, Antoine Christophe Agbepa Mumba, known professionally as Koffi Olomide received AFRIMA 2021 Legend Award.

The award ceremony which was preceded by red carpet was electrified by many artistes with performances from Shanah, Patoranking, Makhadzi, Ruger, Zuchu, Ladipoe, Olakira, Chike, Blaq Diamond, Platini P, Calema, Remy Adan, Nomcebo of the Jerusalema fame, Zoe Modiga, Sorais Ramos, D’Banj, Cavemen and Aramide who rendered a song in honour of the late Sound Sultan and other music super stars that died in the year under review and during COVID-19 pandemic.

The President and Executive Producer of AFRIMA, Mike Dada, said: “AFRIMA was created to tell a positive African story through music rather than complain and lament about the negative perception of the continent by others.”

Since 2014, AFRIMA in conjunction with the African Union Commission has been regarded as the ultimate celebration of African talent in the continent and the Diaspora.

S/NWINNERCATEGORYCOUNTRY
1SHAN’LBEST FEMALE ARTIST CENTRAL AFRICAGABON
2FALLY IPUPAMALE ARTIST CENTRAL AFRICADR CONGO
3NIKITA KERINGBEST FEMALE ARTIST IN EASTERN AFRICAKENYA
4EDDY KENZOBEST MALE ARTISTE IN EASTERN AFRICAUGANDA
5MANALBEST FEMALE ARTISTE IN NORTHERN AFRICAMOROCCO
6DIZZY DROSBEST MALE ARTISTE IN NORTHERN AFRICAMOROCCO
7CLEO ICE QUEENBEST FEMALE SOUTHERN AFRICAZAMBIA
8BLAQ DIAMONDBEST MALE SOUTHERN AFRICASOUTH AFRICA
9IBA ONEBEST MALE ARTISTE WESTERN AFRICAMALI
10DJELYKABA BINTOUBEST FEMALE ARTISTE WESTERN AFRICAGUINEA
11FIREBOY DMLAFRICAN FAN’S FAVORITENIGERIA
12IBA ONEALBUM OF THE YEARMALI
13WIZKIDARTISTE OF THE YEARNIGERIA
14NAOMI ACHUBEST AFRICAN ACT IN THE DIASPORA (FEMALE)CAMEROON & (USA)
15ROTIMIBEST AFRICAN ACT IN THE DIASPORA (MALE)NIGERIA & (USA)
16WIZKID, TEMSBEST AFRICAN COLLABORATIONNIGERIA
17DJ SINYORITABEST AFRICAN DJTANZANIA
18SAUTI SOLBEST DUO, GROUP OR BANDKENYA
19ELOW’NBEST AFRICAN RAPPER LYRICISTCOTE D’IVOIRE
20STEVEN AWUKUBEST AFRICAN VIDEOGUINEA
21STONEBWOYBEST ARTISTE, DUO OR GROUP IN AFRICAN REGGAE, RAGGA & DANCEHALLGHANA
22NIKITA KERING  BEST ARTISTE, DUO, OR GROUP IN AFRICAN R & B SOULKENYA
23FLAVOURBEST ARTIST OR DUO IN AFRICAN DANCE OR CHOREOGRAPHYNIGERIA
24CHEQUEBEST ARTISTE, DUO OR GROUP IN AFRICAN HIP HOPNIGERIA
25HORNSPHEREBEST ARTISTE, DUO OR GROUP IN AFRICAN JAZZKENYA
26RASH BANDBEST IN AFRICAN ROCKKENYA
27YONAS MAYNASBEST ARTISTE, DUO OR GROUP IN AFRICAN TRADITIONALERITREA
28MAKHADZIBEST ARTISTE, DUO OR GROUP IN AFRICAN ELECTROSOUTH AFRICA
29MAJOOSBEST ARTISTE, DUO OR GROUP IN AFRICAN CONTEMPORARYDR CONGO
30IBA ONEBEST ARTISTE, DUO, OR GROUP IN AFRICAN POPMALI
31SHANAH MANJERUBEST AFRICAN FEMALE ARTISTE IN INSPIRATIONAL MUSICKENYA
32IBA ONEBEST AFRICAN MALE ARTISTE IN INSPIRATIONAL MUSICMALI
33DJELYKABA BINTOUBREAKOUT ARTISTE OF THE YEARGUINEA
34EL GRANDE TOTOMOST PROMISING AFRICAN ARTISTEMOROCCO
35LEGENDARY BEATZBEST PRODUCER OF THE YEARNIGERIA
36WIZKID, TEMSSONG OF THE YEARNIGERIA
37IBA ONE  SONG WRITER OF THE YEARMALI
38KOFI OLOMIDELEGEND AWARDDR CONGO
39OPAL LEELIFE-TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARDUSA
40BEYONCEBEST GLOBAL ACTUSA

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Nguvu Launches Men’s Grooming Kit With Reggie Rockstone

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Nguvu, Ghana’s leading producer of all natural and authentic shea butter cosmetic products has announced the launch of its latest Mr. R2G Men’s Grooming Kit.

In addition to the launch of the grooming kit, management of Nguvu have also unveiled Reggie Rockstone as the brand ambassador for the line.

As the iconic male figure he is in the Ghanaian society, Reggie Rockstone epitomizes all that the Nguvu Mr. R2G Men’s Grooming Kit stands for hence the decision to associate him with the brand.

The Mr. R2G Men’s Grooming kit is third gift set under the Nguvu Man range of products and consists of whipped shea cream, hemp hair oil, activated charcoal soap and a travel size comb set (wooden comb/mini scissors/suede portable pouch).

All products are made with carefully and sustainably sourced raw materials and are 100% natural. Furthermore, the products are made in Ghana and approved by the Food and Drugs Authority.

Speaking on the launch Francesca Apeagyei Co-Founder, Head Business Development at Nguvu, said “We are proud to introduce our new range of natural products under the Nguvu Men’s range to our customers.”

“As an authentic Ghanaian business, we are committed to innovation and ensuring that we make products that are safe as well as relevant to our customers and important to the times we live in. The R2G as we all know it as Refuse to Grow Men’s Grooming Kit is for the everyday man who wants to establish and maintain healthy hygiene habits for the good of his physical and overall quality of life”

Nguvu [in-goo-voo] simply means ‘strength’.

Nguvu is the quality of being a woman: Strong, Capable and Productive. For us, strength represents the beautiful women who work hard to pick and process our Shea Products.

Therefore, whenever you support Nguvu, you directly support thousands of women in rural Ghana to raise their standard of living and provide quality education for their children.

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