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Rwanda High Commission Commemorates 1994 Genocide



The Rwandan High Commission in Ghana has commemorated the 27th anniversary of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsis in Rwanda.

The event, on the theme: “Remember, Unite, Renew,” was in collaboration with the Rwanda Community in Ghana, Benin, the Ivory Coast, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

It was to honour the lives of the over a million people and to accord them the dignity they were stripped of in the manner they were killed.

Dr Aisa Kirabo Kacyira, the Rwandan High Commissioner to Ghana, in her address, called on the international community to assist the country to bring the masterminds of the 1994 Rwandan genocide to book.

She said it was unfortunate that there were still many suspected masterminds and perpetrators of the incident still enjoying protection from some powerful world bodies.

She said, “sadly, 27 years after the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, there are still many suspected masterminds and perpetrators who continue to enjoy protection from some government and powerful institutions of our world.”

Dr Kacyira, however, told leaders and members of the international community, that Rwanda would continue to count on them to stand up for justice in honour of the memory of the innocent lives lost and to bring the planners and perpetrators of the genocide to book.

Also, they must unite in the fight against the denial, revision, and trivialization of the genocide against the Tutsi.

“For the survivors of the genocide, knowing that the people who planned and executed their annihilation continue to move freely and in some instances are able to cause them harm, through their messages that deny, trivialize, or revise the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi is a nightmare,” she said.

“Nevertheless, the fight against genocide and its ideology continues through upholding the truth of what happened.”

“Saluting the undying spirit, I wish to express our eternal gratitude to the survivors of the genocide who by choosing to forgive instead of revenge stand tall as our heroes. You have given us a chance as a country to rebuild on these principles of unity and reconciliation.”

General Henry Kwame Anyidoho (Rtd), Deputy Force Commander of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda during the months of the 1994 Rwanda genocide, in an interview with us, said it was the hate speech on the radio that led to the outbreak of the genocide and appealed to Ghanaians to desist from making hate speech.

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Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Opens Nominations For 23rd Edition



The organisers if the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Charterhouse Ghana, have opened nominations for this year’s edition.

They are therefore calling on all GH artistes, producers, and record labels with works released between Jan 1st – Dec 31st, 2021 to submit your entries for VGMA23 nominations to

See their press release below:

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KiDi, Kuami Eugene To Perform At Indigo At The O₂ In London On March 6



Lynx Entertainment signees, KiDi and Kuami Eugene are spreading their wings as far as their music careers are concerned.

While their songs are making inroads into other music markets the world over, they are not resting on their laurels in their bid to have a physical presence in those areas.

On 6th March 2022, the two Ghanaian music superstars will be performing at the Indigo at the O2 in London.

KiDi and Kuami Eugene are two of Ghana’s illustrious sons in the music industry who have enjoyed critical and commercial success, less than six years into their music careers.

They have quickly established themselves and have found places in the Highlife and Afrobeats genres.

KiDi, who is currently Vodafone Ghana Music Awards’ Afrobeats Artiste of the Year has released hugely successful singles such as ‘Odo’, ‘Say Cheese’, ‘Enjoyment’ and the 2021 smash hit ‘Touch It’ which went viral on TikTok and spent several weeks on the UK Afrobeats Chart and the Billboard Global Triller Chart.

Kuami Eugene is a four-time Highlife Artist of the Year at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA). He also won the ultimate slot (Artiste of the Year) at the 2020 VGMA.

He is known for hit songs such as ‘Angela’, ‘Confusion’, ‘Wish Me Well’, ‘Open Gate’ and is currently enjoying a lot of success with his massive collaborations such as ‘Happy Day’ (with Sarkodie) and ‘Love Nwantiti’ remix (with Ckay and Joeboy).

Kuami and KiDi are also loved for their riveting stagecraft and have rocked a lot of high-profile stages (both home and abroad).

Click on the link below for all your ticket reservations:

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Juliet Ibrahim Collaborates With United Airlines For “A Toast To Life” Book Tour



Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim teams up with global airline company United Airlines as she is set to tour America with her book ‘A Toast To Life’.

This collaboration comes as Juliet Ibrahim was recognized as one of the 100 Most Influential People of African Descent under 40 by MIPAD.

As a Mipadian, The Actress will be working with United Airlines to promote their routes across continents.

Announcing the new partnership via social media, a delighted Juliet, expressed how it will be easier to go on her tour due to the convenience of a direct flight from Ghana and Nigeria to the United States of America.

She wrote; ” Super excited to be collaborating with @united this January as I tour the USA with my book @atoasttolifebook Flying direct from Ghana and Nigeria to Dulles airport is so convenient! Let the globetrotting #2022 begin!!! Thanks to @mipad100 for the connect. #USAtriploading #Traveltheworld #United #MyUnitedJourney”

‘A Toast To Life’ is a highly acclaimed auto-biography detailing how Juliet Ibrahim survived three civil wars and how she lost some family members while her family was trying to escape from rebels. The book also reveals her survival from rape and sexual abuse, the ups and downs of her previous relationships, dealing with self-esteem issues, depression and Motherhood.

‘A Toast To Life’ is available for purchase online on Amazon, Kindle, and in several bookstores.

United Airlines is a major American-owned company that flies direct from Ghana and Nigeria to the United States of America and vice versa. The airline operates a large domestic and international route network spanning cities large and small across the United States and all six inhabited continents. United Airlines is the third-largest airline in the world and the actress turn author is indeed going global.

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