You Are Not Too Young To Pursue Your Dreams.Work That Dream – Model Baby Adelle

What are Your Dreams and Aspirations? Do You think it’s Achievable? Never under-estimate yourself because of few setbacks in your Life. You can do all things if you believe in Yourself. Be encouraged, see yourself doing it. Nothing is Impossible..Form a clear mental image of the person you want to become. Today on Exclusives with SammytheAuthor, an Inspiring Ghanaian Model shares with us, her life story and career as a Model and Brand Influencer. Checkout the Interview Below!

1: So tell Us, Who is Baby Adelle?

Baby Adelle is a 20 year old lady whose real name is Adelita Kabuki Ami Tettegah. I hail from Big Ada.I have just one sibling who is a boy. I love to sing,take pictures and also crotchet.

2: What’s your Story?

My story actually began right in shs 2 where I started my photoshoots
My first photoshoot began in 2015 where I was invited to be part of the models on a basketball tournament billboard photoshoot. I later had a shoot for an African wear clothing line. Later in 2016,after completing shs,One of Ghana’s finest photographers gave me lessons on how to be a great model. I took these lessons seriously and started shooting with photographers. When I started posting these shoots on social media, I got a lot of photographers calling me to work with them. Later on in 2017,at the age of 18, I auditioned for Miss Ghana 2017,where I was selected and I represented Greater Accra region. I was the youngest finalist. It was after Miss Ghana that I got a Pinkberry commercial deal,I was also in Perk Biscuits advert and did a shoot for Darling hair. That’s my story so far

3: Woow..That’s Awesome.. I’ve seen some of your works on Social Media. What was your Mission at the Onset?

My mission at the onset was to show the world that ‘’you are not too young to achieve your dreams and goals’’ And also my mission was to teach everyone not to give up.

4: Tell me, any Challenges so far?

My major challenge was people discouraging me and telling me that my dreams are too big and that I’m too young to be engaging myself in all the works I was doing.

5: How has the Journey been like after Miss Ghana Pageant?

It’s been a smooth and interesting journey after Miss Ghana. I must say Miss Ghana groomed me into the lady I am today and now many young girls now look up to me as their role model.

6: Do you have regrets ever signing any deals?

I have no regrets so far.

7: If You had any advice for the Young Ones wanting to give up because of low Self-esteem, what will it be?

They should firstly, be prayerful, they should seek God first and they should implement their dreams, and never give up even if they fail because there is light at the end of every tunnel.

Follow Her:

IG Page: Baby_Adelle

FB Page: Adelle Ami

So there you have it..I hope Adelle’s Story Inspire You to Believe in Yourself. Take Hold of Your Destiny. Your Dreams are POSSIBLE. Till We Meet Next Time. Byee!!

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Exclusive!!! Youth Uniting Africa Conference Happening Live In Accra, Ghana. Save The Date!

The African continent is rich in natural resources. Some of its 54 countries boast resources like diamonds, sugar, gold, uranium, silver, oil and petroleum.

Are you ready for the new opportunities and threats of a developing Africa? Youth Uniting Africa is an actionable conversation about possible solutions to emerging problems facing Youth in Africa.

It is also about highlighting new emerging opportunities for Youth in Africa. Ranging from entrepreneurship and job creation to partnership, collaboration and more.

Youth Uniting Africa, in partnership with The Bright Continent, Alliance Francaise Accra and other like minded organisations is set to be an annual youth conference happening in different African countries each year.

This will in turn help us promote community integration by bringing together people from different social backgrounds and exchanging ideas.

Youth Uniting Africa – Fatuma’s Voice – Discuss major challenges. Suggest actionable solutions. Identify opportunities. Promote community integration.

Ghana has always focused on economic empowerment as the key to youth development; apparently due to the alarming unemployment rate. However, this approach has failed.

As a young person, you make up the majority of the population. You know the issues and problems affecting youth in Ghana today. You have experienced the ups and downs of development. You have thought of creative ideas and solutions to all these issues.

It is now time to act!

3 Main Action Points of the Youth Uniting Africa forum:

Discuss the major challenges currently facing Youth in Africa and identify reasonable and actionable solutions.
Identify the emerging opportunities for Youth in Africa: Job Creation, Education, Talent Development, Policymaking and Governance.
Promote community integration by creating a shared Action Plan outlining actions African Youth can take to achieve both personal and continental goals.
Why Youth? Why Africa? Why now?

Africa’s population was at 1.216 billion (2016). Africa is the world’s youngest continent, with 60% of the Africa’s population under 25.

Africa also has the youngest population in the world. It is time for the youth to create solutions and take up the responsibility of building and developing Africa.

Why you should Attend Youth Uniting Africa?

Join genuine conversations about emerging opportunities.
Personally connect with potential clients and partners.
Increase exposure of your work though networking.
Learn from the inspiring experiences of the featured speakers.
Contribute to discussions on solutions to current social issues.
What will the forum look like?

Youth Uniting Africa is a 4-hour forum, set to happen at Alliance Française Accra, in Accra, Ghana, on the 29th June, 2019 between 4:00pm to 7:00pm.

We will have a panel discussion featuring 6 guest speakers. This will be followed by an open question and answer session where the audience will also get to share their views.

After that, we will have a performance slot featuring selected artists, poets and musicians. Finally, we will end with an open networking session over snacks and drinks.

Event Details:

Venue: Alliance Française Accra
Charges: FREE (Limited Seats Available)
Date: 29th June, 2019
Time: 4:00pm to 7:00pm

What if I am not in Accra, Ghana?

You are welcome to join us. Take this as an opportunity to travel and meet new people.

We can help you secure accommodation and transport. The forum is free but you are responsible for any other expenses involved.

Alternatively, You can be part of Youth uniting Africa in your own country. Contact us now to find out how to make that happen.

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PS: Register now. We have limited seating and attendance will be based on first come first serve basis.

CYCLING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE – OVER GHS 100,000 CASH TO BE WON BY CYCLERS.

Greenway International Foundation is an environmental protection organization working for a carbon-free environment and oceans free of single-use plastics.

The Chief Executive Director of the Foundation named Hon. Michael Olusegun Olusanya launches official registration of the national event on Monday, 1 October 2018 Greenway National Cycling Competition in active partnership with Greater Accra Cycling Association chaired by Mr. Kofi Boakye-Yiadom at Ashalley-Botwe Road, Accra, where their office is situated.

The ultimate aim of this fierce Cycling competition is precise to mitigate the effect of climate change and progressively reduce greenhouse gases in all 10 regions of Ghana. Active participants are expected to register at http://www.greenwayin.org/event to promptly take advantage of the opportunity awarding over GHc 100,000 to the potential winners and other amazing prizes. Registration doors for the competition will be closed on 31st of December 2018. This historic event is open to all the willing people living in Ghana from age 19 – 45 years.

Event Quick Fact:

Registration: October 1 – December 31, 2018

Event Start Date: Jan 15, 2019 – July 21, 2019

Distance: 500 km (311 mi)

Location: All 10 Regions Participants: 5,000

Laps: Five (5)

Age: 19-45

Gender: Open to All

Award Prizes
First Prize
15,000 GHS

Two Pure Gold Medals

One Brand New Bicycle

National Cycling for Climate Honor and extras.

Second Prize
10,000 GHS

One Pure Gold Medal

One Brand New Bicycle

National Cycling for Climate Honor and extras.

Third Prize
7,000 GHS

One Pure Gold Medal

One Brand New Bicycle

National Cycling for Climate Honor and extras.

Fourth-Tenth Prizes
Silver Medals

Trophies

One Brand New Bicycle

National Cycling for Climate Honor and extras.

Ghana Grabs 3 Gold Medals At Sage World Cup – Courtesy ZYLOFON CASH

Ghana won three gold medals at the 2018 SAGE WORLD CUP competition held in South Africa this month, placing the West African country second to Israel which won four medals.

The competition saw teenagers from 32 countries across the globe compete with their entrepreneurial and innovative ideas to find out which idea is most viable and addresses the world’s most challenging needs with respect to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (UN-SDGs).

Countries that participated include the USA, Ireland, South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Iran, Chile, Japan, Canada, Israel, China, Russia and others.

Countries that won gold medals for addressing the SDGs with their projects include Israel – 3, Ghana – 3, Ireland – 2, USA – 2, Canada – 2 with South Africa, Iran, Chile, China and Japan all going home with 1 each.

USA and Ireland were adjudged the best Socially Responsible Business (SRB) and Best Social Enterprising Business (SEB) respectively.

The country’s co-ordinator for SAGE Ghana, Jonathan Nsebo, expressed enormous gratitude to President Nana Akufo-Addo for the support he has given to the group both this year and last year and to the former president Jerry John Rawlings for the personal support he has given to the project.

Mr. Nsebo also expressed his gratitude to Benjamin Sedem Afetornu’s Techbooth, an IT firm and Nana Appiah Mensah’s Zylofon Cash for the financial support they gave to the teams to travel this year.

He expressed his gratitude to Zylofon Cash again for concluding a Title Sponsorship deal with SAGE Ghana for 2019 and beyond.

This sponsorship deal bridges the mission of both institutions of raising the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders who can monetize their creativities.

SAGE- Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship is a non-governmental organisation founded by Professor Curtis L. Deburg in Chico California USA.

The vision of this movement is to raise the next generation of teenagers whose innovative ideas address the world’s most challenging needs. Founded in 2002, SAGE currently operates in over forty-three (43) countries.

Every year, SAGE countries hold a National Competition to choose two (2) Teams with the most viable projects to represent the country in the SAGE-Global World Cup.

The National Competition dubbed “National High School Entrepreneurship Competition (NHSEC) was held on the 7th of July 2018 hosted at the University of Ghana Business School (R.S. Amegashie Auditorium and two lecture halls).

Thirty (30) High Schools made up of forty (40) Teams included Opoku Ware School, Presbyterian Boys’ Senior High School Legon, Aburi Girls’ SHS, Tema Secondary School, Ghana International School, St. Lwanga JHS, Tema Technical Institute, St. Augustine’s College, Mfantsipim School, Adisadel College, Aggrery Memorial SHS, Ghana National College, Methodist Girls’ SHS, West African Secondary School, Aduman SHS, Tema Presbyterian SHS and other High Schools participated while ten (10) other High Schools represented as Observers.

Teams Ecoplas GH of Aduman SHS and PAHA of Methodist Girls’ School won the Best Social Enterprise Business (SEB) and Best Socially Responsible Business (SRB) respectively to represent the country in Durban, South Africa.

Team Ecoplas GH with their Plastic Waste awareness, recycling and upcycling project won Ghana three (3) gold medals for efficiently addressing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (UN-SDGs) goals 6 (Clean Water and Sanitation),13 (Climate Action) and 14 (Life Below Water).

National High School Entrepreneurship Competition (NHSEC) organised by SAGE – Ghana has been endorsed by the Ministry of Education, supported by Ministry of Trade and Industry, National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP) received support from the office of the President which seeks to help build a new Ghana with the involvement of the ideas of our young ones for the next generation.

He appealed to other Ghanaian businesses to push in more resources to SAGE Ghana to help them efficiently mentor the Ghanaian students to stand shoulder to shoulder with developed countries in subsequent world cups.

He mentioned, that they are doing their best with the little available to them but the work becomes increasingly difficult having to compete with countries like USA, Canada, Russia, China and all the ‘first world’ countries with the resources available to them.

Exclusive!!! Experience This Year’s “Entrepreneurship Hub Africa” this September. Save The Date!!

Entrepreneurship Hub Africa is an entrepreneurial enclave with the vision to reach millions of entrepreneurs across the continent and diaspora to meet together at one setting to network,share ideas and solve issues plaguing our continent.

EHA converges change leaders across the globe in various fields on one platform to have discussions on Africa’s growth.

EHA is the flagship event of City Broadcast GH and curated by Moses B. Arthur. Our goal is to bring together bright minds to give talks that are idea- focused and on a wide range of subjects,to Foster learning, inspiration and wonder – and provoke conversations that matter.
Through inspiring keynotes and educational breakouts, plus tons of networking, you will learn to be even more audacious and bold than you are now – free to grow your mind, grow your business, and grow your bottom-line.

EHA 2018 would feature industry disrupter’s,seasoned entrepreneurs, and the best and the brightest business talent. It features world-class content, from back- of- the- napkin ideas to champagne- popping exits, across a day of keynotes, interactive how- to sessions, thought provoking moments. We are igniting an African entrepreneurial community of doers and thinkers.

Guys….You don’t wanna Miss this…Go get your tickets and thank Me Later..
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Exclusive!!!It’s the YOUNG ACHIEVERS SUMMIT & AWARDS 2018 – Book Free A Seat Now!!!!

YOUNG ACHIEVERS SUMMIT & AWARDS is on Thursday 9th August and FRIDAY 10th August 2018.

Venue: British Council, Accra
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I keep Recieving Kidnap Threats – Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner has reportedly been receiving kidnap threats.

The ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star made the decision to delete all the photographs she’s put up on social media of her four-month-old daughter Stormi, whom she has with her boyfriend Travis Scott, recently after she began receiving “horrible insults” and frightening claims about abducting the baby.

A source told The Sun Online: “There have been an increasing number of trolls on social media calling Stormi ugly, and throwing out really horrible insults.

“It’s been really upsetting for Kylie, because also some of the comments are direct threats to kidnap her. Some people have commented saying it’s all Kylie’s fault because she has exposed her by putting her on social media.

“The haters have always been there, but just getting way, way worse these last few weeks – and calling out Kylie for being a bad mom.”

The terrifying threats have encouraged the 20-year-old beauty to re-evaluate her security and she’s decided to have protection with her “at all times” from now on.

A source explained: “Kylie is terrified – she’s stepping up security. She hardly takes Stormi out in public but is now making sure that she’s got protection at all times.”

Kylie uploaded a photograph on Sunday (10.06.18) of her cuddling up to Stormi but she had cropped the image so that no one could see the little one’s features.

Fans slammed the businesswoman for “cutting her baby out”, to which Kylie hit back: “Yeah i cut my baby out. I’m not sharing photos of my girl right now. (sic)”

This isn’t the first time she has opted to restrict what’s posted on Instagram.

The young entrepreneur took herself out of the limelight while she was pregnant with Stormi because she wanted to focus on the “next chapter” of her life and, although people were speculating that she was expecting her first child, Kylie didn’t confirm the news until she had given birth to the tiny tot and shared a cute montage online.

Prior to having Stormi, Kylie said she’d quit social media altogether when she became a mother, move out to a farm in Malibu and “live life” without her phone.

Source: Thestartmagazine.com