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Awards! If you’re like me, the red carpet is actually one of the most interesting parts of the whole show because as always, there are those who blow us away, and those who leave us wondering what happened to all the mirrors they own. The Channel O Music Video Awards (CHOAMVA) 2014 awards did not disappoint in both categories. #Leggo!

Best Dressed:

5. Lynxxx


Now apart from his good looks and fresh haircuts (always), Lynx knows how to wear a suit! The fit is right from top to bottom. The length of his pants are just perfect, and the collar of his blazer stands out. It looks like it was a black out night for some of the men (Dr. Sid looked dapper in all black as well) and I admire the monochrome; especially in black. The white pocket square does look out of place on this outfit, but we forgive him. He looks great!


4. Boity Thulo

Boity Thulo

The hardest thing to wear on the red carpet is prints. Boity pulled this off SO NICELY. The print is already so busy so she kept the dress real simple. Breaking the print a little bit with a slim black belt and a sheer placed neckline was perfecto. It fits right. It was tailored well. Littlest accessories worked because like I said, this is a very busy print. I commend her for taking a chance on this dress. It worked. Hair and make-up look fab too! We see you Boity!


3. Niyola


I am in love with her, but I promise I am not biased. This dress looks absolutely stunning. What is so great about this look is that she didn’t overdress it. The neckline deserves to stand alone without a neckpiece and she honoured that. The slit sits perfect, and the small clutch and drop earrings are a nice way to accessorize.

The only thing I would change about this outfit is the shoes. The dress is already so much, so simpler shoes would’ve been a better choice. Also, it looks like the dress had very defined shoulders. In that case I would wear the hair up. Broad shoulders are beautiful on red carpet looks if worn right. Good looking Niyola!


2. Khanyi Mbau

Khanyi Mbau

I am Obsessedddddddd with this outfit! This female tuxedo look rocked the red carpet during the awards season earlier on in the year, and quite frankly it is not the easiest look to pull off. The cape is also another piece that has taken the fashion scene by storm. Khanyi combined BOTH. Wearing the blazer as a cape was absolutely genius! Also, a crop top with a low neckline was a perfect choice. It keeps her from looking like she had an appointment with her boss at the office. The pants fit right, and her toned midsection make looking at this ensemble so much better!

Personally, I would lose the hat if this was my outfit of choice, but it doesn’t look bad at all. Go Khanyi!


1. Juliet Ibrahim


This dress was definitely one of the simpler dresses on the carpet, but boy is it gorgeous! The tailoring and construction of this dress is impeccable, and her curves hold it RIGHT. The sheer dress trend has exploded on the red carpet recently, but Juliet chose to keep it a little more modest wearing something on the inside. It was smart to keep the accessories very light. Having a hair-do that was above her shoulders was an awesome choice since the neck of the dress comes so high, but I would’ve gone for a more dressy look – maybe even just a bun would’ve sufficed.

Regardless, Juliet you did that girl!


Worst Dressed

5. Victoria Kimani

Victoria Kimani

Where to start… What is that on her head? And this isn’t a rhetorical question. Its an actual question. And her hair, her hair, her hair. Her hair is… uhmmm… not the right look. Nobody thinks EXTRA long side braid when you think red carpet. You think reality tv, pool side, beach. Pants are always difficult to pull off, and a jumpsuit is not a bad choice, but this is a little underdressed and not very well put together. The headpiece is confusing, and the fishtail braid is off. The shoes, however, I love!

Altogether this isn’t a very captivating red carpet look.


4. Patoranking


I need Joan Rivers. Oh. Dear. Lord. Some people may need to be reminded what exactly a red carpet event is, and how exactly you should dress for it. This isn’t a club hopping night or a stage performance at ABTI. A bandana? What happened to his shirt? Chains never replace ties on the carpet bruh. And why are your boxers visible? Where is your belt?! At this point the least of my worries is his choice of colours, because quite frankly, this is a disaster. A sad, sad, one.


3. Seyi Shay

Seyi Shay

She allegedly called this outfit “black carpet beachwear.” I couldn’t agree more. That’s exactly why this looks horrifying on the RED CARPET. I am not a great fan of this whole sheer trend at all. I think Kim Kardashian and Shaneice Hairston are the only two who have pulled off sheer looks that I actually liked. This one doesn’t look right. The fit is terribly wrong and makes it look like an undergarment. Then pairing it with a trench coat (at some point) took it from bad to worse. This “dress” does not flatter her body and the length is so weird. From the neck up though, I adore the look.


2 & 1. Denise Zimba and Pam Andrews.

Denise Zimba

Pam Andrews

Stay home. Please. Just stay home. I couldn’t even decide who would take the award for worst dressed of the night so I just put them together. I have no idea what they were thinking. At least Denise’s hair and make-up looks nice. Pam sported some blue lipstick that stood out wayyy too much. Bottom line – both ensembles are completely inappropriate for ANY event. If you want to be naked, or half naked, go to the beach where it’s okay to wear a bikini. Or live, breathe and eat in your shower.

Whatever you do, save our eyes this misery. Please. Biko. Mzambe. Abeg.


That’s all folks. Drop a note and tell us who you think the best dressed and worst dressed were at Channel O Music Video Awards 2014. Peace.


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Abbyke Domina’s the celebrity shoot features Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim.

Juliet Ibrahim is a mother, an actress, musician, humanitarian, producer and entrepreneur.

Here is an excerpt from the interview:

How can you describe your fashion lifestyle?
I can describe it as daring, spontaneous and very creative

How do you handle fashion stress?
I don’t usually get stressed when it comes to fashion, simply because I’m not into trends or what’s in vogue, I don’t rack my brain over what to wear that much, I just wear what makes me comfortable .

Your fashion accessories you will never go a day without?
My sunglasses, handbag, wristwatch


Ashish Thakkar

The Future Awards Africa (TFAA) has announced young business leaders who are headlining its global campaign to pool 1 million young Africans to act against Ebola in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. The #StopEbola campaign will be led by TFAA Young Person of the Year 2013, Ashish Thakkar and Africa’s leading creative icons – Genevieve Nnaji, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde and Paris-based Asa Elemide.


Business and social leaders across the continent have also joined up, including founder of Puku S8 Meck Khalfan, and chief executive of mobile payment company Paga, Tayo Oviosu.

The #StopEbola campaign will get young Africans to support the World Health Organization by donating social media updates and a minimum of $25 between now and the awards date via the portal www.stopebola.com. The funds go directly to the United Nations Ebola Response Fund. The Future Awards Africa holds on Sunday, 7 December 2014 at the Intercontinental Hotels in Lagos, Nigeria.

Of course, I am signed up to be a #StopEbola ambassador,” said Khalfan who was named Africa Business Leader of the Year 2013 by the Corporate Council of Africa. “It is an important cause at this time and I absolutely align that Africans need to take the lead in the efforts to stop Ebola on the continent.”

Ebola has been defeated in Nigeria,” said Nnaji who has actively supported causes including the Pink Ball against cancer. “This shows that with the will and resources it can be defeated anywhere else. We need to get involved beyond talk and beyond sympathy. As long as it remains anywhere in Africa, we are all at risk, and we can come together to stop this from happening. Join me, and join all of us now on www.stopebola.com.”

Meck Khalfan

Other influencers include Ojoma Ochai, Tu Face Idibia, Van Vicker, Joselyn Dumas, Lanre Da Silva Ajayi, Dayo Israel, Denrele, Dakore Akande, Juliet Ibrahim, Funke Akindele, Omoni Oboli, Ohimai Atafo, Joseph Benjamin, Ice Prince, MI Abaga, Omawumi, Waje, Lynxx, Yemi Adamolekun, Gbenga Sesan, Kunle Afolayan, Osas Ighodaro, Yegwa Ukpo and Kathleen Ndongmo.

To be part of the campaign, it takes just 3 easy steps:

1. Go to www.stopebola.com.
2. Click on the SHARE button and sign up to the Thunderclap campaign. Thunderclap helps ensure everyone will tweet the same #StopEbola message on November 29 at the same time. It takes just 2 minutes to sign up, and/or
3. Click on the DONATE button to donate directly to the UN’s Ebola Response Fund.

You should also put up the #StopEbola flyer on your Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Phone DPs every day from now to 7 December. You can download the flyers on www.stopebola.com.
The Future Awards Africa 2014 is presented in partnership with Microsoft and the Tony Elumelu Foundation and is headlined by Vitafoam.

Official Media Partners are EbonyLife TV, Africa Magic, Ventures Africa, and Y! Africa. Official Online Partners are MemeBurn, BellaNaija, YNaija, Premium Times and 360nobs.

The official bloggers for 2014 are LindaIkeji, Omojuwa, LadunLiadi, Olorisupergal, Ameyaw Debrah, NigeriaNewsDesk. Country partners are Silverbird TV, Hip TV, The Cable, LadunLiadi, The Trent, Information Nigeria, News Wire Nigeria, Pulse.ng; and Buzz Partners are StyleMeAfrica, StyleVitae and OnoBello.

Cool FM is the host radio station. Channels Television is the host TV station.

For more information, visit @TFAAfrica on Twitter/Instagram or the website www.thefutureafrica.com/awards. The official hashtags for the 2014 awards are #TheFutureAwardsAfrica and #TheFutureAwards2014.

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Juliet Ibrahim is in the news these days a lot. From her movies, to divorce stories, and new rumors of her romantic involvement with American RnB star, Bobby Valentino.

All that can’t be bad though, as it’ll only help in the promotion of her new movie, Shattered Romance. The movie hits cinemas on December 5th, 2014. It stars the likes of James Gardiner, Bryan Okwara, Pascaline Edwards, Gbenro Ajibade, Sonia Ibrahim, and more.

We have the trailer out here for you, so go ahead and peep it out before everyone else does. Enjoy.

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Juliet Ibrahim is just fresh off her divorce from her ex-husband, and is not wasting any time is jumping back into the dating scene. Her latest gist as word on street has it is that she’s linked with American RnB singer, Bobby Valentino.

She’s posted pictures of the both of them on instagram, and according to Linda Ikeji, confirmed that she’s dating the star. In her words

“We are still getting to know each other, so I can’t say much for now. Let’s just see how it goes. We are taking it one step at a time”

We’ll have to wait and see how far this goes but for what its worth they do look like a cute couple. What do you think?

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Juliet Ibrahim has decided to give us a sneak peak of her booty in a teaser of a photoshot where she looks like she’s dressing up as a cop. Plus she’s holding a gun (a toy gun we hope).

We’ll let you see it. Enjoy.

Her caption:

Teaser for a photoshoot by @steve.ababio #omininyansh #omini #ominiGyaltohbad #ominidontcare #omininaddestnyansheverliveth #ominioshey #ominitrending #ominianything #ominileggo #ominijuliet #ominisexypolice lol @iambangalee

Nice gun :)


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Ghanaian Nollywood Actress and her super curvy self decided to share this video of her self twerking. We wont say anything but we want you to drop your comments.

What do you think? She fit rival Amber Rose twerking video?

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Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim, is set to make her Yoruba movie debut as she joins Mercy Aigbe in her new film, Life After Marriage. Isn’t that ironic?

The recently divorced star has been doing it big in both Ghana and Nigeria for a while now, so it seems logical that she dips into the Yoruba movie space. It’ll be interesting to see if she actually speaks yoruba tho.

The movie is directed by Lancelot Imasuen.






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Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim just recently released the official music video of her single “It’s Over Now” featuring General Pype. We now bring you these exclusive pictures from the “It’s Over Now” video art photo shoot.

Juliet Ibrahim is definitely exploring a more daring, edgy and sexy theme in this Dominatrix outfit. Love it!

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Skuki Vavavoom had his birthday on Sat 5th of July. Unknown to him, his younger brother Peeshaun and Manager Moses, had planned a surprise house party for him and about 25 of their closest friends like Phyno, Olamide, Otunba Akin Alabi, Susan Peters, Juliet Ibrahim, Sonia Ibrahim, Eddie Lawani,  Zeez, Stephanie Hensaw n others came to celebrate with him…

Peep photos:

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Ghanaian actress turned producer Juliet Ibrahim premiered her debut flick ‘The Number One Fan’,  at Silverbird Galleria in Lagos on Friday July 4th.  The movie features Yemi Blaq, AY Comedian, KC Ejelonu, Kofi Adjorlolor, Prince David Osei, Juliet Ibrahim and a host of others. It is also now showingin various cinemas across the country.

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The City People Awards 2014 was held yesterday and 2 of our favorite celebrities brought their fashion game to the scene. We like both outfits but we want you to help us choose which one looks better?

Seyi Shay was dressed in HouseofNwocha styled by Bubu Ogisi while Juliet Ibrahim was styled by Jeremiah Ogbodo of Swanky’s signatures styling



Seyi Shay or Juliet Ibrahim?

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Some of us saw it coming with a lot things Juliet Ibrahim was doing, and her constant flirting around with men in the industry, and now we’ve gotten confirmation that she and her husband Kwadwo Safo  have call it quits on their marriage.

The two had a kid together, and apparently had been divorced for a while. See the press statement below

“It has been difficult for Ghanaian Actress-Juliet Ibrahim to let her fans know that her marriage with Kwadwo Safo has long ended due to the fact that, as a mother, she has been keen on making the welfare of her child paramount.

Her decision to keep the divorce on the low was so that the two involved would not be distracted from their responsibilities towards the child they have together.

However, Juliet Ibrahim has found it necessary to let her fans know today that, she filed for a divorce and it is final. She is no more married to Kwadwo Safo and the marriage ended a while back.

With the interest of an innocent child on the table, we ask that you treat this difficult but necessary decision to put her divorce out there for her fans to know with utmost respect.

Juliet Ibrahim and ex-husband Kwadwo Safo have agreed to remain friends and stay in close contact for the benefit of the child,despite the fact that their marriage didn’t work as planned.”

We wish them the best


The organizing committee of the City People Entertainment Awards, has released the nominees for its 2014 edition.  The award ceremony will take place on Sunday 22nd June 2014 at 10 Degrees Event Centre in Oregun, Lagos.

To vote for your favourite nominees, email cpeawards2014@gmail.com or editorial@citypeoplegroup.org.

See Nominees list…

Nigeria Music Marketer Of The Year
Uba Pacific
Abu Ventures
Leed Music

Musician Of The Year (Male)

Musician Of The Year (Female)
Yemi Alade
Seyi Shay
Tiwa Savage
Emma Nyra

R&B Artiste of the Year
Banky W
Capital Femi

Record Label of the Year
Mavin Records
Triple MG
Difference Entertainment
Empire Mates Entertainment
Five Star Music

Rap Artiste of the Year
Ice Prince

Best Music Producer of the Year
Del B

Best Music Video Director of the Year
Unlimited L A
Adasa Cookie
Kemi Adetiba
Clarence Peters

Dancehall/Reggae Act of the Year
Yung L
Jesse Jagz

Most Popular Song of the Year
Aye (Davido)
Surulere (Dr. Sid)
Double Wahala (Oritse Femi)
Alubarika (Patoranking)
Eleda Mi (Olamide)
On Top Your Matter (Wizkid)

Best New Musician of the Year
TM Naija

Best Collabo of the Year
Surulere (Dr. Sid Ft Don Jazzy)
Daddy (Reminisce Ft Davido)
Pull Over (Kcee Ft Wizkid)
Alubarika (Patoranking Ft Timaya)
O’Baby (Chidinma Ft Flavour)
Touching Body (J Martins Ft D. J Arafat)

Rap Album of the Year
Alaga Ibile (Reminisce)
No Guts No Glory (Phyno)
Fire of Zamani (Ice Prince)
Baddest Guy Ever Liveth (Olamide)

Video of the Year
Aye (Davido)
Ada Ada (Flavour)
Double Wahala (Oritse Femi)
Surulere (Dr. Sid)

Music Website of the Year
360 Nobs.com
Too Xclusive

Nite Club of the Year
The Place by Papas
Doll House

Street Hop Song of the Year
Gracias (Thank You) – Dammy
Madanton – Jaywon
Run Mad – Terry G
Yawa Dey – Burna Boy

Best Juju Artiste In The Diaspora
Mr. Solek
Sunny Melody
Larry King
Leke Levite

Islamic Artiste of the Year
Ere Asalatu
Kafayat Singer
Saoty Arewa
Iya Nkaola

Gospel Artiste of the Year
Frank Edwards
Fair Prince
Tim Godfrey

Best Music Band of the Year
Shuga Band
Top Band
Ebony Band
Faith Band
Zion Band

South South Musician of the Year
Posh Kayana
Lami Lee
Maxi Kabiyesi

FM/Radio Station With Best Showbiz Content
Beat FM
Cool FM
Classic FM
Rhythm FM
Ray Power

Radio Station With Best Indigenous Showbiz Content
Wazobia FM
Faaji FM
Naija FM
Bond FM

Music Channel of the Year
Sound City
Hip On TV
Kennis Music Channel
One Music

Best Actress Of The Year (English)
Mercy Johnson
Ini Edo
Patience Ozokwor
Chioma Chukwuka-Akpotha
Tonto Dikeh

Best Actor Of The Year (English)
Solomon Akiyesi
Kenneth Okonkwo
Jibola Dabo
Mike Ezuruonye

Nollywood Face Of The Year
Genevieve Nnaji
Mercy Johnson
Dakore Akande
Rita Dominic
Uche Jombo

Best New Actor Of The Year (English)
Zubby Micheal
Daniel K. Daniel
Blossom Chukwujekwu
Michael Godson

Best New Actress Of The Year (English)
Belinda Effah
Ivie Okujaye
Juliet Mgborukwe
Ginika Maureen
Ijeoma Agu

Best Supporting Actor of the Year (English)
Uche Udoputa
Chet Anekwe
Ken Erics
Alex Ekubo
Ikay Ogbonna

Best Supporting Actress Of The Year (English)
Queen Nwokoye
Esther Audu
Eve Esin
Rachel Okonkwo
Uru Eke

Best Movie Of The Year (English)
Mama Africa
A Wish
After The Proposal

Best Movie Producer Of The Year (English)
Obi Emelonye
Blessing Effiom-Egbe
Uche Jombo
Emem Isong
Solo Amaco
Elvis Chuks

Best Movie Marketer of the Year (English)
Ossy Affason
Mega Movies
Magic Movies
De Kross Movies

Best Director Of The Year (English)
Ernest Obi
Desmond Elliot
Elvis Chuks
Lancelot Imasuen
Ikechukwu Onyeka

Comic Actor Of The Year (English)
Charles Inojie
Charles Anwurum
Bishop Umeh
Dede Oneday
Francis Odega

Most Promising Act of the Year
Etiko Destiny
Sylvia Edem
Calista Okoronkwo
Diana Yekini
Benjamin Touitou
Ifeanyi Kalu

Best Actor Of The Year (Yoruba)
Femi Adebayo
Odunlade Adekola
Funsho Adeolu
Yomi Fash-Lanso
Ibrahim Chatta

Best Actress Of The Year (Yoruba)
Bimbo Oshin
Eniola Badmus
Liz Anjorin
Toyin Aimakhu
Iyabo Ojo
Fathia Balogun
Funke Akindele

Best New Actor Of The Year (Yoruba)
Adewole Ojo
Lolade Mustapha
Ayanfe Adekunle
Deji Akinosho
Kola Ajeyemi

Best New Actress Of The Year (Yoruba)
Victoria Ajibola
Damilola Bankole
Mercy Obosile
Olaitan Ogunbile
Yewande Adekoya
Titi Adeoye

Best Supporting Actor of the Year (Yoruba)
Gabriel Afolayan
Sunkanmi Omobolanle
Don Richard
Ibrahim Yekini
Tunde Owokoniran
BigVal Durotoye
Yomi Gold
Damola Olatunji

Best Supporting Actress Of The Year (Yoruba)
Ayo Adesanya
Dayo Amusa
Mide Martins-Abiodun
Fathia Balogun
Doris Simeon
Sola Kosoko
Rukayat Lawal

Best Movie Of The Year (Yoruba)
Feresise Mi
Kijipa Ife
Tewe Tegbo
Ijo Omo

Best Movie Producer Of The Year (Yoruba)
Ademola Adelakun
Femi Adebayo
Odunlade Adekola
Muyiwa Ademola
Kunle Afod

Best Movie Marketer of the Year (Yoruba)
Okiki Films
Epsalum Movies
Adekaz Productions
Almaroof Standard Investment
Zainab Ventures
Hibee Pictures
Lawlah His Grace

Evergreen Yoruba Movie Marketer Award
Olasco Films
Gemini Films
High Waves
Corporate Pictures
Afeezco Films

Movie Director Of The Year (Yoruba)
Adebayo Tijani
Samson Kogberegbe
Muyideen S. Ayinde
Tunde Adebayo
Tope Adebayo
Saheed Adebayo

Most Promising Actress of the Year (Yoruba)
Memunat Yinusa
Tamilore Martins-Ojo
Aisha Lawal
Adewunmi Olajuwon
Seyi Edun

Most Promising Actor of the Year (Yoruba)
Tunde Owokoniran
BigVal Durotoye
Yomi Gold
Austin Emmanuel

Comic Actor Of The Year (Yoruba)
Wale Akorede
Hafiz Oyetoro
Tayo Amokade
Ayanfe Adekunle
Tunde Brainard
Hareejan Olowogemo

Best Actor Of The Year
Ali Nuhu
Sani Danja
Adamu Azango
Sadiq Sani Sadiq
Zarhadeen Sani

Best Actress of the Year
Hadiza Gabon
Nafisa Abdullahi
Jamila Umar Nagudu
Maryam Gidado
Aisha Aliyu Tsymiya

Best Supporting Actor Of The Year
Yakubu Mohammed
Zarhadeen Sani
Sidi Swaba

Best Supporting Actress Of The Year
Rahama Sadau
Fatima Abdullahi
Halima Atete

Best New Actor Of The Year
Isa Adamu
Ibrahim Daddy
Abdul M Sherriff
Nuhu Kanin Miji

Best New Actress Of The Year
Tumba Abubakar
Ummi El-Abdul
Rahama Sadau
Aisha West
Fatima Abubakar

Best Director Of The Year
Aminu Saira
Hassan Giggs
Sadiq M Mafia
Falalu Daurayi
Ali Gumzak

Best Producer Of The Year
Abba Mikko Yakassai
Nazifi Asnanic
Mudassir Barumi
A S Maikwai

Best Musician Of The Year
Adamu Azango
Nazifi Asnanic
Saeed Nagudu
Nura Minuwa
Umar M Shariff
Hussani Darko

Best Film Of The Year
Hanyar Kano
Daga Ni Sai Ke

Ghanaian categories and nominees
Best Actor Of The Year (Ghana)
Majid Michel
John Dumelo
Prince David Osei
Adjetey Annag
Frank Artus

Best Actress Of The Year (Ghana)
Yvonne Okoro
Yvonne Nelson
Jackie Appiah
Nadia Buari
Juliet Ibrahim
Martha Ankomah
Nana Ama McBrown

Best Supporting Actor Of The Year (Ghana)
Eddie Watson
Umar Krupp
James Gardiner
Ekow Smith Blackson

Best Supporting Actress Of The Year (Ghana)
Kafui Danku
Martha Ankomah
Roselyn Ngissah
Beverly Afaglo
Nikki Samonas

Entertainment Company of the Year
Charter House
Empire Entertainment
Bullhouse Entertainment

Best New Actress Of The Year (Ghana)
Chichi Neblet
Bibi Bright
Salma Mumini
Kisa Gbekle
Adu Safowaah Regina
Nana Akua Addo

Best Showbiz-friendly Company Of The Year (Ghana)

Face Of Ghana Movies Award
Yvonne Nelson
Jackie Appiah
Juliet Ibrahim
Yvonne Okoro
Joselyn Dumas
Ama K. Abebrese

Best Movie Of The Year (Ghana)
Devil In A Dress
Northern Affair

Hottest Ghanaian Actress In Nollywood
Emmanuella Mensah
Juliet Ibrahim
Martha Ankomah
Yvonne Nelson

Best Movie Director of the Year (Ghana)
Pascal Amanfo
Frank Rajah
Shirley Frimpong Manso
Leila Djansi
Kensteve Anuka

Most Promising Actress of the Year
Chichi Neblet
Chirstabel Ekeh
Vicky Zughah
Soraya Mensah
Sonia Ibrahim
Selorm Galley

Ghana Musician Of The Year (Male)
E. L
Shatta Wale
Fuse ODG

Ghana Musician Of The Year (Female)
Irene Logan
Ms Vee

TV Station With Best Showbiz Content (Ghana)
Gh One
Viasat 1

Radio Station With Best Showbiz Content (Ghana)
Live FM
Peace FM
Joy FM

Showbiz Bloggler/Online Writer Of The Year (Ghana)
Eugene Osafo-Nkasah (peacefmonline.com)
Ameyaw Debrah (ameyawdebrah.com)
Adeyemi Victor Adebayo (ghanaweb.com)
Obed Boafo (enewsgh.com)
Ebenezer Anangfio (ghanagist.com)

TV Hostess of the Year (Ghana)
Ama K. Abebrese
Nana Aba Anamoah
Amanda Jissih
Joselyn Dumas
Anita Owusu
Dzifa Smith

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You read that title right. Juliet Ibrahim and IK Ogbonna who had put out information that they’ll be releasing a song together have actually done the do… well not quite yet but maybe soon we’ll see that duet. But in this one, IK Ogbonna who seems to be Juliet Ibrahim’s new bestie is featured in the video.

The video also features Eddie Watson and Juliet Ibrahim’s sister Sonia Ibrahim.

Check it out. Juliet Ibrahim Traffic Jam featuring Kay Dizzle.

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Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim was hosted to a birthday party on the 2nd/3rd March 2014 at The Buddha Lounge, Adeola Hopewell, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Here are some of the pictures from the party which was graced by the likes of Emem Isong, Jackie Appiah, Ay, Okey Bakassi, Bovi, Uti Nwachukwu, Ik Ogbonna, Bobby Obodo, Mofe Duncan, Dj Jimmy Jatt, Dj Spinall, Gbenro Ajibade amongst others.

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