THIS YEAR’S VGMA RED CARPET FASHION IS NOT IMPRESSIVE – Oscar Yao Doe

President and Executive Chairman of Eurostar Limousine, Mr. Oscar Yao Doe has expressed his disappointments as far as fashion on the red carpet at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2019 is concern.

Oscar, a well known fashion critic and enthusiast believes the various fashion styles exhibited at the event especially by celebrities is nothing to write home about and he lays the blame solely on Fashion Designers and stylists who styled these stars for biggest entertainment awards event in Ghana.

Mr. Doe who is head of the review panel of Ghana Fashion Review that rewards celebrities for their looks on the red carpet, shared his candid opinion on the VGMA 2019 red carpet via social after monitoring the awards night and red carpet pictures after the event.

He posted his opinion via the comment section of @Nkonkonsa’s Instagram page hinting that him and his review panel may revive the Ghana Fashion Review initiative to raise the standard again.

“This Year VGMA Red Carpet not impressive! I blame the designers! Almost about 90% of the dresses are not best crafted! I hope the designers will raise their game next time! Even though there have been a lot of improvement with all the efforts we made years ago to encourage red Carpet appearance in Ghana! We still have a long to go! Our designers have to pay more attention to details! We shall take a second look at perhaps reviving the Red Carpet appearance again! @nkonkonsa Please note: this comment is General and it’s my personal opinion”.

Some fashion influencers also agree with Oscar Doe’s opinion stating that there was no “wow factor” and creativity was considerably low on the red carpet this year compared to previous years.

The Ghana Fashion Review is an initiative instituted by car rental company, Eurostar Global Limousine Group, with support from Nkonkonsa.com, Ameyawdebrah.com, Ghanagist.com, Ghkwaku.com, Ytainment.com, Starr FM, Zionfelix.net, Cypressgh.com, GHFashionMarketing, and 4Syte TV. The initiative aims to promote decency among celebrities in Ghana and beyond.

Since 2015 when panel was constituted, about $500,000 have been invested in awarding various celebrities to encourage them to take the fashion and glamour side of show business very serious.

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GHANA FASHION REVIEW PANAL REACTS TO YVONNE NELSON’S COMMENT ON SLAYERS

Ghana’s foremost and most consistent celebrity red carpet fashion review body – the Ghana Fashion Review Panel have reacted to actress Yvonne Nelson’s recent rave on social media.

The “House of Gold” actress has questioned why movie stars in Ghana have now turned themselves into red carpet slayers instead of working hard to reviving the dead movie industry.

“Listen, let’s put in same energy to bring back the dead industry rather than slay on carpets cuz truthfully y’all know there’s no work!”, Yvonne tweeted.

She also stated in another tweet “The industry has so lost its way and they can’t even see it, they all going in that direction. Dressing up to be posted on SM”, 

However, the Ghana Fashion Review Panel led by Mr. Oscar Yao Doe who is President & Executive Chairman Eurostar Limousine, disagrees with Yvonne comments.

Read the full unedited statement from the panel below:

“Slayers will always slay! Yvonne Nelson is totally wrong and she misunderstood the Era we are now! The Era of showbiz glamour sparkling across the Oscar’s, Grammy, Golden Globes, BAFTA, Cannes Film Festival, Venice Film festival, Berlin Film festival, AMVCA, etc.

It’s absolutely wrong to suggest that slaying or red carpet glamour is killing movie the industry in Ghana. The Ghana Fashion Review Panel thinks it has rather added the missing link into the Showbiz industry and it should be maintained. Look at what Zylofon Media alone is doing for showbiz industry in Ghana! Slaying is the only element to generate public interest in showbiz industry, and that’s why Nigerian stars including Omotola, Rita Dominic, Genevieve, Mo Abudu etc do take their red carpet appearances seriously, even though they are also considered bigger showbiz icons globally and because they understood the need to take themselves seriously before the public can take them serious! Long and short is that Ghana Movie is not declining thanks to companies like Zylofon and co it’s making some progress; we are hopeful many others will come on board soon to compliment it! Yvonne Nelson has done her best over the years for movie industry in Ghana, but it’s obvious these days because of social media influence and also times has change so public expectations in showbiz are beyond only movie casting.

Showbiz is too broad and very unique! someone can shine in movie casting and someone can shine merely by their personality associated with showbiz , others can also shine through red carpet or even shine been a showbiz pundit! So it depends on one’s own God giving talent or the person unique personality! Others can also shine through showbiz blogging, showbiz photography etc! Showbiz glamour is bigger and lager and it’s can not be narrowed, even slaying alone can be a big hit for someone if you have the talent! It’s well established and it’s also a global trend that stars can be made instantly sometimes through appearance so slaying and red carpet appearance can be a life changing for someone.so therefore showbiz fashion and glamour are all part and parcel of the industry depending on individual talents and ability to improve fashion or grown fashion techniques. And typical example is Kenyan born lupita who got her moment with 12 years slave movie and since then she has been riding high on her appearance”.

Actress Yvonne Nelson has been silent after her tweets went viral. Meanwhile, there has been mix reaction within the movie industry and on the media landscape over her comments.

The Ghana Fashion Review is an initiative established in 2015 by car rental company Eurostar Global Limousine Group, with support from Nkonkonsa.com, Ameyawdebrah.com, Ghanagist.com, Ghkwaku.com, Ytainment.com, Starr FM, Zionfelix.net, Cypressgh.com, GHFashionMarketing, and 4Syte TV.

Since 2015 when panel was constituted, about $500,000 have been invested in awarding various celebrities to encourage them to take the fashion and glamour side of show business very serious.

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BRITISH HIGH COMMISSIONER MUST RESPECT OUR MPs – Oscar Doe

President and Executive Chairman of Eurostar Global Limousine Limited, Mr. Oscar Yao Doe has strongly condemned how the British High Commissioner in Ghana is handling the alleged visa fraud case against four Ghanaian Members of Parliament.

According to the Ghanaian Business Mogul, the British High Commissioner must treat our MPs with respect and follow basis diplomatic rules and stop criminalizing the issue.

“Our MP’S Deserves Respect, Oscar Doe : Ghana News Media Please Do Not Encourage This Nonsense From the British High Commissioner in Ghana! Our MP’s What’s Wrong When An MP Apply Visa For His Family Members? There is No Case of Fraud Here Not There! Did The British High Commission Notified The MPS About the Overstayed Situation of Their Family Members Before Going Public? It’s About Time Ghanaians Stand Firm to Fight The Numerous Nonsense That is Going From Some of Our Development Partners. This Disrespect to Our Honourable Men of Parliament Is Unacceptable. PLEASE GHANA MEDIA IGNORE THIS NONSENSE FROM THE BRITISH HIGH Commissioner to Ghana”.

Mr. Doe also said the British High Commissioner and other Diplomatic entities needs to be Educated about Ghanaian Culture:

“For Example in Ghana Every Member of Parliament takes their whole Constituency members as family and sometimes cater for their Education, health, and others. So our culture needs to be respected by all regardless of your Nationality and that no Diplomatic mission can change our unique culture of bounding together as family”.

Mr. Doe asked how can you cancel a member of Parliament diplomatic passport because his or her family member has overstayed in another country?

Mr. Doe also appeal to the Foreign Minister not to waist her time on discussing the MP’S Diplomatic status because it’s not the fault of the MP’S that their family members overstayed in the UK. He Said Ghanaians are not the first to overstayed their visa duration? Even Americans, British Citizens, European citizens does same and that is not the fault of any person it should be purely the fault of the individuals involved.

“The Commissioner  just feels he can push Ghanaians around because he realized Ghanaians are peace loving people. Our MP’S goes through a lot of pressure in their constituency. They cater for people’s school fees, hospital bills, pocket money, and also request for visa assistance, etc this is nothing new all the MP’S experience same am surprised non has come out to defend their colleagues”, Mr. Oscar Doe emphasized.

He questioned why Ghanaian leaders seat idle and our MPs treated with so much disrespect.

“Can you imagine a Ghana High Commissioner to UK Subjecting Members of the UK Parliament to this kind of humiliation? Where was High Commissioner Jon when multiple British MP’S were involved in a massive spending claim scandals? This issue here is if our MP’s are not perfect we cannot rely on a Foreign diplomat to drag their reputation into the mud whiles prominent Ghanaian leaders seat idle”

The Eurostar Limousine boss also admitted that there was some discrepancies on their visa forms but he insists that, it still does not merits such disrespectful treatment.

“It is possible there could be some discrepancies on their visa forms and if that is the case, it is not a big deal because it could be that the who person filled the form could be the MP’s assistant or secretary. The British High Commissioner has a responsibility to notify the MPs to come and rectify any discrepancies they may have noticed on their visa application. As a veteran travel agent these are normal travel occurrences and it has nothing to do fraud. The fact that they are even Members of Parliament they could have being given the due respect and honour to have notify them to rectify it because they are MPs” .

Below is a copy of the letter from the British High Commissioner to the speaker of Parliament:

Dear Mr Speaker.

The British High Commission (BHC) would like, in confidence, to bring the following matters to your attention, regarding the apparent involvement of three serving MPs and one former MP in visa fraud directly affecting the United Kingdom.

In doing so, we note the powerful words in your impressive inaugural address as Speaker, to the effect that, for Members of Parliament, holding a Diplomatic Passport is both a privilege and responsibility which should not be abused: and that those who abused that trust would be appropriately dealt with.

In that regard:

1. On 11/09/2012, the then Honourable and now former MP for Asunafo South George BOAKYE applied for visas for himself and his 37-year old daughter, Joyce BOAKYE to visit a friend in London for 17 days The visas were granted on 14/09/2012. On 17/01/2013 Joyce BOAKYE travelled to the UK with her Honourable father. Joyce BOAKYE did not leave the UK with her father but remained until 06/01/2017. In other words, she finally returned to Ghana just this month, having been in the UK illegally for over three years, and only then at our strong urging of Mr Boakye to bring her back. Mr Boakye is highly unlikely to be issued any further visas to visit the UK in the next ten years for his role in facilitating his daughter’s travel to the UK, including should he be re-elected to Parliament in a subsequent election.

2. On 27/11/2015 the Honourable MP for Bia East Richard ACHEAMPONG applied for a UK visa using Diplomatic Passport number DX001490. The Hon ACHEAMPONG stated in his application form that he would travel to the UK for a two-week holiday with his “wife” Esther TIWAA. On 10/12/2015 Mr ACHEAMPONG and Ms TIWAA were issued with UK visas. On 24/12/2015 Esther TIWAA travelled to the UK, but alone: the Hon ACHEAMPONG did not accompany her as both his and her visa applications said that he would. She has hot left the UK since that time, and is therefore now there illegally. The Hon ACHEAMPONG did not declare the illegal presence of his wife in the UK until he was challenged with the facts by us on 10/10/2016 He then repeatedly promised me personally that he would bring documentation to prove that Esther TIWAA was, indeed, his wife, but has consistently failed to do so Neither has he been prepared to share any useful information to help us track down Ms TIWAA’s current whereabouts. Should Mr ACHEAMPONG now apply for another UK visa at any point up until 08/12/2025 his previous actions with regard to Esther TIWAA will weigh heavily against his application and he is likely to be refused.

3. On 06/04/2016, the Honourable MP for Asutifi North, Joseph Benhazin DAHAH applied for a UK visa using Diplomatic Passport number DX001459 to go on a two week holiday. The Hon DAHAH slated that he was travelling with his wife Gloria DANSU and his niece Beatrice MENSAH On 11/04/2016 the visas of the Hon DAHAH and Gloria DANSU were issued; the visa of his niece Beatrice MENSAH was refused. On 13/05/2016 the Hon DAHAH applied in another country for a visa to travel to the Republic of Ireland with his wife and daughter. The identity of his wife had changed from Gloria DANSU in the UK application to Ruyling APPAU in the Irish one. More significantly, a birth certificate was submitted showing that Beatrice MENSAH was now his daughter and not his niece as she had been described when applying to visit the UK. The Hon DAHAH’s UK visa was cancelled and a 10-year UK visa ban has been imposed on him. He has been informed of this.

4. On 20/06/2016 the Honourable MP for Ahafo Ano South West, Johnson Kwaku ADU applied for visas for himself, his wife Grace YEBOAH and their 16-year old daughter Emmanuella ADU in order to visit London for a ten day holiday. The Hon ADU applied using Diplomatic Passport number DX002267; all three visas were granted on 07/07/2016. The family of three travelled to the UK on 25/07/2016. The Hon ADU left the UK just two days later on 27/07/2016 leaving behind his wife and child, if that indeed is what they are, who have not left the UK to date and are therefore now illegally resident there. This is in some ways the most serious of the cases outlined in this letter, given the possibility that Hon ADU knowingly facilitated the movement of a minor – who cannot currently be traced – into the United Kingdom. That has been noted with alarm by UK authorities.

The British High Commission considers the actions outlined above to be completely unacceptable. In some cases, these behaviours may arguably be criminal in nature. As already outlined, administrative measures have been taken to ensure that the Honourable members mentioned here will most likely not be granted visas for the UK within the next 10 years. I should add that the Party affiliation of these MPs is, in this context, irrelevant to us: we simply state the facts as we have discovered them.

We are continuing to investigate whether any other current or former MPs have engaged in similar behaviour and will inform you if we discover any further such cases.

Furthermore, the British High Commission has information that points strongly to some of the aforementioned Honourable members having used the same unofficial visa agent (also known as a‘Goro boy’) in their applications, specifically a gentleman called Appiah. We are sure that Mr Speaker shares our view that an institution as respected and vitally important as the Ghanaian Parliament should not be a location where unregistered visa agents approach Honourable Members and act as a conduit for them to participate in visa fraud. The British High Commission will happily cooperate fully with any parliamentary and law enforcement investigation into such agents operating in the vicinity of the Ghanaian Parliament.

Given what has transpired, the British High Commission would request the Ghanaian Parliament to be aware of the following:

a) we will henceforth only entertain and prioritise requests for visas from MPs, if they are made through the parliamentary protocol office who should verify that there is an official, parliamentary reason for the proposed visit;

b) however, MPs wishing to make private visits to the UK or to be accompanied on official visits by non-official relatives must apply online and through our Visa Application Centre at the Movenpick Hotel like any other applicant;

c) could you kindly confirm whether and why it is legitimate for ex-MPs to continue to possess and use diplomatic passports, in some cases for many years after they have ceased to be parliamentarians? In that regard, we would humbly like to ask, Mr Speaker, what procedures are in place to ensure that diplomatic passports are removed forthwith from all those 133 former Members who have just ceased to be MPs?

d) the net effect of such visa fraud by a very few Honourable MPs as outlined in this letter is to raise the bar of suspicion against all such applicants, which is of course regrettably to the huge disadvantage of those very many MPs who do act honourably at all times.

The British High Commission looks forward to a constructive relationship with yourself, your officers and the new Parliament in general and on specific issues, such as the work currently being sponsored by the Westminster Foundation for Democracy to bolster Parliament’s research capacities. We hope, at the same time, that measures taken by us all collectively will prevent any repeat of the sort of cases described in this letter. We would warmly welcome your views on the issues raised in this letter, both in regards to the specific cases and generic issues.

I am copying this letter to your Protocol Office, and to the Executive Secretary and Chief-of-Staff to the His Excellency President; and to the Ministers-designate of Foreign Affairs and National Security. We are also circulating this letter widely to other Diplomatic Missions which issue visas in Ghana in the expectation that some of them will consider similar action to ourselves against the above-named individuals.

May I take this opportunity to repeat to you assurances of our very high regard for you and your office; and to wish you, Mr Speaker, every success in your new role. Please be assured of our commitment to collaborate with you, and through you with Parliament, wherever we can usefully be of assistance.

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JACKIE APPIAH, JOSELYN DUMAS & GLORIA SARFO DROPPED FROM CANNES 2017 TRIP

Five celebrities are scheduled to represent Ghana this year at the annual Cannes Film Festival in France.

Ghana’s leading luxury car rental company Eurostar Global Limousine Group who is sponsor of the Celebrity Red Carpet Fashion Review has officially announced that five celebrities namely: Nana Ama McBrown, Victoria Michaels, Toosweet Annan, Van Vicker and Henry Adofo are scheduled for an all expenses paid trip to this year’s 70th Cannes Film Festival.

This is part of their prizes after emerging top 3 female and male Best Dressed Celebs on the red carpet at Ghana Movie Awards 2016. Originally actress Joselyn Dumas and Jackie Appiah who placed second and third respectively were supposed to attend the Cannes as part of their prizes but they have been dropped due to their absence at the Eurostar prize presentation event last Thursday January 19, 2017 at Eurostar office in Accra.

President/Executive Chairman of Eurostar Limousine, Mr. Oscar Yao Doe has confirmed that indeed Jackie Appiah and Joselyn Dumas have been dropped from the historic trip because of their unpardonable absence at the presentation ceremony.

According to King Oscar the next person in line who could have made it to the trip after Jackie and Joselyn was dropped, should have been actress Gloria Sarfo who was part of the top 5 but she was also absent at the presentation ceremony. So the only female left in the top 5 who made it to the presentation ceremony was Model/Actress Victoria Michael. Hence her inclusion to the trip. He added that all top 3 men were present so all 3 made it to the trip.

Mr. Oscar also stated that from henceforth any red carpet winner who refuses to attend the prizes presentation ceremony will lose their shopping voucher and any other package that come with the prize. Adding that “if you win and you don’t attend the presentation ceremony, the only thing you are entitled to get is your plaque or citation and nothing more”.

Nana Ama McBrown and Tooseet Annan won the “Best Dressed Female and Male and they take home 3,000-Euro shopping voucher.

Joselyn Dumas and Jackie Appiah placed second and third respectively. Dumas receives 2,000 Euros shopping voucher while Jackie Appiah gets 1,500 Euros shopping voucher and actor Van Vicker who placed second in the male category receives 2,000 Euros shopping voucher whiles Henry Adofo who was third gets 1,500 Euros shopping voucher.

The 70th Festival de Cannes will take place from 17-28 May,2017 at the City of Cannes in France.

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MCBROWN AND TOOSWEET WIN EUROSTAR-GHANA MOVIE AWARDS 2016 BEST DRESSED CELEBS

Beautiful screen diva Nana Ama McBrown and Actor Toosweet Annan have been announced as the Eurostar – Ghana Movie Awards 2016 “Best Dressed  Female and Male Celebs” respectively on the red carpet.

The two emerged winners after careful deliberations and strict process by the Ghana Fashion Review Panel. Both Nana Ama McBrown and Tooseet Annan take home 3,000-Euro shopping voucher. Joselyn Dumas and Jackie Appiah placed second and third respectively. Dumas receives 2,000 euros shopping voucher while Jackie Appiah gets 1,500 Euros shopping voucher and actor Van Vicker who placed second in the male category receives 2,000 Euros shopping voucher whiles Henry Adofo who was third gets 1,500 Euros shopping voucher.

The entire process started with choosing of the top 10 female and male out of over 50 celebrities. The top 10 female Best Dressed were Moesha Boduong, Salma Mumin, Victory Michaels, Joselyn Dumas, Nana Ama Mamcbrown, Benedicta Gafah, Jackie Appiah, Priscilla Opoku Agyeman aka Ahuofe Patri, Gloria Sarfo and Edem Fairre.  Every top ten nominee guarantee €500 shopping vouchers.

The top 10 female Best Dressed were Moesha Boduong, Salma Mumin, Victory Michaels, Joselyn Dumas, Nana Ama Mamcbrown, Benedicta Gafah, Jackie Appiah, Priscilla Opoku Agyeman aka Ahuofe Patri, Gloria Sarfo and Edem Fairre.  Every top ten nominee guarantee €500 shopping vouchers.

Top 10 Best Dressed Male celebs are Kalybos, Too Sweet Annan, Coded of 4×4, Harold Amenyah, Henry Adofo, Kofi Asamoah, Van Vicker, Mdoe, Dabo and Kojo Rana. All top 10 male nominees are guarantee €500 shopping vouchers.

The number was shortlisted to top 5 for both female and male. Top 5 female are Jackie Appiah, Victory Michaels, Gloria Sarfo, Joselyn Dumas and Nana Ama Mcbrown. All top 5 nominees guarantee increase to €1000 shopping vouchers.

Top 5 male are Van Vicker, Harold Amenyah, Henry Adofo, Coded of 4×4 and Toosweet . All top 5 nominees guarantee increase to €1000 shopping vouchers. The top 3 were selected and the winners were chosen out of the top 3.

After the 2016 Ghana Movie Awards, which happened on December 4 at Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel in Accra, 3 female celebrities Selley Galley, Zynnel Zuh and Nana Akua Addo who are all previous winners of  the Eurostar red carpet Best Dressed prize were disqualified from the process.

According to a release by the Ghana Fashion Review Panel led by , Mr. Oscar Yao Doe who is also President & Executive Chairman Eurostar Limousine, reason for the disqualification is that “the three failed to hold themselves as Ambassadors for Ghana Fashion Review Red Carpet, and as a result we cannot associate our unique brand to such behaviour.

It’s our hope that the circumstance will improve in the near future to enable us consider their selection. We believe this decision will send a strong message that no one has a monopoly over the process”.

Eurostar Ghana Fashion Review seeks to reward best dressed celebrities appearance on the red carpet. Eurostar Global Limousines Group has invest about $200,000 awarding Ghanaian celebrities who appear on red carpets at major events in the country with several thousand Euros worth of shopping voucher.

The Ghana Fashion Review is an initiative by Africa’s leading luxury car rental company Eurostar Global Limousine Group with support from media partner including Nkonkonsa.com, Ameyawdebrah.com, Ghanagist.com, Ghkwaku.com, Ytainment.com, Starr FM, Zionfelix.net, Cypressgh.com, GHFashionMarketing,4Syte TV among others.

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Photos: STARS TAKE OVER EUROSTAR-VGMA BEST DRESSED CELEBS PRIZES PRESENTATION

DSC_0990Winners of the Eurostar-VGMA 2016 Red Carpet Best Dressed Celebs have finally received their prizes.

Not even the rain could stop the classy event which took place at Eurostar Limousine office at Airport residential area in Accra on Thursday June 9,2016.

Aside the winners, some of the high profile celebrities present at the event includes Abeiku Santana, Mzbel, John Dumelo, Majid Michel, Kalybos, Salma Mumin, Shirley Frimpong-Manso, Kiki Banson, Moesha Boudoung, Coded of 4X4, Harold Amenya, Zynell Zuh, Stephen Appiah, Deborah Vanessa among others.

International soccer star including former England international and Arsenal defender Sol Campbell, Dutchman, former Dutch and Juventus winger Edgar Davis, Nigerian Nwankwo Kanu, Dutchman of Ghanaian decent, William Gallas George Boateng and Cameroonian international Alex Song who are currently in Ghana for a unity soccer match were also present.

Reigning artiste of the year, Elorm Adablah popularly known as E.L and actress Joselyn Dumas who won best male and female dressed personalities at the red carpet of the recently held Vodafone Ghana Music Awards respectively.

E.L beat actor Toosweet Anann(1st runner up) and rapper Flowking Stone(2nd runner up) to win and actress Joselyn Dumas beat Nana Akua Addo(1st runner up) and model Victoria Michaels(2st runner up) to win the best-dressed competition organized by Eurostar Global Limousine and Charterhouse, organisers of the annual music awards. Winners for the best dressed walk home with 3,000 Euros shopping vouchers in total whilst first and second runner ups also go home with 2000 and 1500 Euros shopping vouchers respectively.

After several deliberations by a well knowledgeable panel of fashion icons, Fashionista, fashion bloggers and fashion professionals drawn from several parts of the world led by CEO of Eurostar Global Limousine Group Mr. Oscar Yao Doe, the long list was shortlisted to the top 5.

In the Best Dressed Male category Rappers E.L, Flowkingstone, Stonebowy, XO Sanevor and actor Toosweet Annan were shortlisted as the Top 5 males VGMA 2016

Actress Joselyn Dumas, Nana Akua Addo, Anita Akuffo, Singer Efya and model Victoria Michaels were shortlisted as top 5 best dressed female celebs. Top 5 females VGMA 2016Other awards includes best red carpet THE MOST FLAMBOYANT FEMALE APPEARANCE which was won by Berla Mundi and go home with 1000 Euros shopping voucher. BET Awards 2016 nominee MzVee won MOST PROMISING FASHION DIVA APPEARANCE which also comes with 1000Euros shopping voucher. All male and female celebs who were shortlisted in the top 5 will also receive 1000Euros shopping voucher.  Elikem Kumordzie also won THE MOST FLAMBOYANT MALE APPEARANCE and he takes home1000 Euros shopping voucher. All prizes were sponsored by Eurostar Global Limousine Group.

The Celebrity Red Best Dressed review is by Africa’s leading luxury car rental company Eurostar Global Limousine Group with support from media partner including Nkonkonsa.com, Ameyawdebrah.com, Ghanagist.com, Ghkwaku.com, Ytainment.com, Starr FM, Zionfelix.com, Cypressgh.com, 4Syte TV among others.

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DAUGHTER OF GHANA’S AMBASSADOR TO RUSSIA MARRIES IN MOROCCO

Farida kissFarida Dzifa Alabo, daughter of Ghana’s ambassador to Russia H.E Alabo is married.

Farida got married to her long time lover Kofi Oduro Mensah in a classy and colorful wedding at Marrakech in Morocco over the weekend.

The Ghanaian couple were joined by both families to witness the beautiful ceremony. Some of the notable personalities present at the wedding include Founder / Executive Director of Eurostar Limousine Mr. Oscar Yao Doe among others.

Farida is the daughter of Ghana’s Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Russian Federation and Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), His Excellency Dr. Kodzo K. Alabo and her mother is Moroccan.

See more photos from the wedding:Farida wedding combined

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SELLY AND NANA AKUA ADJUDGED BEST DRESSED FEMALE CELEBS AT GMA 2015

Nana Akua and SellyMovie Stars Selorm Galley Fiawoo aka Selly and Nana Akua Addo have been adjudged the best dressed female celebs at the just ended Ghana Movie Awards 2015 in the first ever celebrity red carpet review in Ghana #NkonkonsaRedCarpetReview.

After several deliberations by a well knowledgeable panel of fashion icons, fashionistas, fashion bloggers and fashion professionals drawn from several parts of the world led by CEO of Eurostar Global Limousine Group Mr. Oscar Yao Doe, the long list was shortlisted to the top 3.

The top 3 were Actresses Selly, Zynnell Zuh and Nana Akua Addo, from which the panel was tasked to choose a winner. Eventually, Selly and Nana Akua emerged top 2 and there was no breaking point between them because they both looked elegant and had almost the same flaws.

Nana Akua’s flaw was her heavy necklace which conflicted a little bit with her gorgeous dress and Selly’s flaw was her black bra which took a little shine away from her charming dress.

Several opinions including some from the public and the panel still remained divided. Therefore chairman of the panel Mr. Oscar Yao Doe who had the power to separate the two and break the tie decided to leave it as a tie.

So Selly and Nana Akua Addo have been officially announced as the “Best Dress Female Celebrities” at the 2015 Ghana Movie Awards and Zynnell Zuh took the second position. For their prizes Selly and Nana Akua walked away with a maximum size vintage bag worth 2500 Euros each from any brand of their choice and first runner up Zynnell Zuh took home a designer shoe worth 1000Euros from any brand of her choice.

“Best celebrity make up” also went to Nana Akua Addo which comes with 1000 Euros worth of cosmetics from Dior Maison in Paris or any brand of her choice and “Most Glamorous African dress” was won by Michelle Mckinney Hammond who goes home with 1000Euros worth of any fashion products from any brand of her choice.

All prizes are sponsored by Eurostar Global Limousine Group Abidjan Office. The male celebrities are next and winners would be announced in due course.

#NkonkonsaRedCarpetReview is by Ghanaian celebrity gossip and paparazzi website Nkonkonsa.com in collaboration with Eurostar Global Limousine Group and the most popular Ghanaian celebrity blog Ameyawdebrah.com.

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