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MISS FACE OF AFRICA EU 2013 PDF | Print | E-mail
Written by Community Leader   
Sunday, 14 April 2013 13:14

London will celebrate the biggest and most spectacular ‘African Beauty Pageant’ show this year. MISS FACE OF AFRICA EU 2013’herald the “BIGGEST” African cultural event this DECADE, will be buzzing with the

* Feistiest Looks

* A Runway full of Attitude

* Amazing Hair & Character

* An ignited stage of Talent

* Fashion and Headline Performances

With a long list of recognisable faces all across the globe in Music, Comedy and Dance, to captivate our audience and raise an awareness of world poverty, but most importantly of all ‘FACE OF AFRICA EU’aims to command a place in the hearts and minds of the audience and communities, about the significance of “How a few coins to Charity, is a mighty achievement to Poverty”—October 15th 2013 at indigO2 at the O2, doors opens 17.00gmt

This entertaining event will showcase the hottest Afro trends, designers and bringing together inspiration and innovation under one roof, meeting the needs of even the most discerning audience. Miss Face of Africa platform conveys nothing-less than a seductive stage of cultural magnificence, which complements the relationship between body & garment by combining a seductive outlook on beauty & culture. This is a remarkable events that will bring together organizations from various sectors including governmental, non-governmental, private, international and bilateral organizations under one roof with highly competitive and professional advantages; thereby serving as the platform for an open and wide-ranging media/beauty opportunities. With quality candidates, face-to-face interviews, and first rate facilities of networking possibilities are just a few of the benefits that will be offered at the even.

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 14 April 2013 13:23
 
Bgaluu's deal PDF | Print | E-mail
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Sunday, 02 October 2011 17:07

Bagaluu deal

Emerging in the late '90s, Joseph Owusu (Baga Luu) has the utmost potential to become one  of UK urban culture's’ biggest crossover success in the Hip-Hop Genre, toppled with a high stack as a commercially potent artist, in the international market.  Baga Luu is also more than just a typical flash in the pan, his music is unabashedly geared toward good times, a friendly (seductive) persona, and catchy party anthems.

In the second quarter of 2011, Baga Luu decided to take the leap of faith and pursue his music career in the United Kingdom where his fortunate union, with ‘Xwaveproductions’ prolific magical producer ‘Danny Manu aka(xwave)’ ignited. And he cut his first inescapable hit ‘Wingalo’ which is loosely designed as a respectful tribute to womankind.  Now firmly a star in the United Kingdom, BagaLuu plans to conquer Europe with his Ultra-mix EP release including bonus track which aims to duplicate ‘Wingalo’ success.

The debut ‘EP’ marks the beginning of the ‘New-Commercial-Rap’ era, as the production and social commentary in Baga Luu’s lyrics are revolutionary, within his genre and inspired from Hip-Hop pioneer's NWA, LL Cool J and similar acts.

It's not just a wealth of musical styles or his smooth and expressive voice which ‘Baga Luu’ has uniquely achieved to weaves his beauty and emotion through our thoughts, activities and memories. But for those whom are  interested in music theory, music appreciation, we believe you'll enjoy his musical rendition of life,.  Baga Luu’s songs stampede a range, from thoughtful to silly, to seductive and poetic, showing that he knows his way around the urban culture, just as well as he knows his way around, Current Affairs and could entertain a cosmopolitan audience any-day, everyday.

Last Updated on Sunday, 02 October 2011 17:43
 
Treat knee pain with creams call PDF | Print | E-mail
Written by Community Leader   
Saturday, 21 June 2008 10:29
Treat knee pain with creams callGels or creams containing painkillers are better than tablets for chronic knee pain, NHS research suggests.

A study of almost 600 patients aged over 50 found the anti-inflammatory creams worked as well as the oral versions and had fewer side-effects.

And although they cost more initially, topical treatments may save the NHS money in the long run, the Queen Mary University of London researchers said...

Last Updated on Monday, 23 June 2008 14:37
 
Smokers offered money to give up PDF | Print | E-mail
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Saturday, 21 June 2008 10:29
Smokers offered money to give up Smokers in the poorest areas of Dundee are being offered £150 worth of groceries by the health service if they are able to give up cigarettes.
Last Updated on Monday, 23 June 2008 14:37
 
School affects smoking in young PDF | Print | E-mail
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Saturday, 21 June 2008 10:29
School affects smoking in young Pupils who experience positive and inclusive social environments in school are less likely to take up smoking, according to new research.
Last Updated on Monday, 23 June 2008 14:37