Chief Dele and Nadia buari dancing 6Beautiful Ghanaian Nadia Buari who is most often reserved especially in public, came all out on Christmas eve.

Nadia Buari stepped out in style on Thursday December 24, 2015 for the Ovation Red Carol at the Movenpick Hotel in Accra.

Looking sexy as ever in a simple red dress and nice pair of red shoes the “Diary of “Diary of Imogen Brown” actress, took on Ovation Magazine CEO/Publisher, Dele Momodu on the dance floor, even though she still seemed quit shy and Chief was also seen doing more talking on the dance floor rather dancing.

Check them out in the video below:

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KKD at Ovation-Red Carol 2015
KKD at Ovation-Red Carol 2015

BET Awards wining Nigerian music superstar, Wizkid has snubbed Ghana’s finest Master of Ceremonies and ace Broadcaster, Kwasi Kyei Darkwa (KKD) at the Ovation Red Carol event at the Movenpick Hotel on Christmas Eve.

KKD who was a host on the night, went on stage whiles the ‘Starboy’ singer was performing he asked KKD to leave the stage for him to perform.

According to the incident happened quickly in the heat of the excitement when Wizkid got on stage to perform. After Wizkid had performed his first song, KKD appeared on stage seemingly with a message to deliver.

Wizkid called KKD ‘sir’ and asked what the MC was doing on stage in a sarcastic manner. Then KKD whispered something into Wizkid’s ears after which the singer exclaimed ‘ are the MC’.

KKD then whispered something into the singer’s ears again before walking off stage. Wizkid then snubbishly said, ‘eh now go and let me perform’.

That was not the only rude behaviour of the music star on the night; he also blasted the DJ for playing a song when he (Wizkid) requested the DJ to stop the music. “What is wrong with this man?,” he asked (perhaps jokingly).

The Ovation Red Carol, which was also a celebration of UBA’s 10th Anniversary in Ghana saw exciting performances from the Winneba Youth Choir, AK Songstress, Kwabena Kwabena, Efya, Becca and Wizkid.

Highlights of the night included Ovation Magazine CEO/Publisher, Dele Momodu’s recount of how came to Ghana on ‘exile’ 20 years and how he gave birth to his famous glossy magazine, Ovation International.