PROFILE: MEET Ghana’s Fastest Growing Photographer “Infinity Pictures ”

Born Yaoseh Obed, also known as Sky. Professional photographer and the CEO of SKY INFINITY PHOTOGRAPHY , Accra. He established Sky Infinity in 2018 to provide both photography and Videography services in Travel, Event, Wedding, blogging, Tourism, Fashion, Commercial Shoot and Journalism. He has since covered numerous programs as a...

I Should Apologize To Who? – Sarkodie Questions After Organizations Mount Pressure On Him For Posting Cigar Photos

Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, popularly known as Sarkodie, has responded to organizations mounting pressure on him. Prior to the release of his ‘No Pressure’ album, Sarkodie posted photos holding a cigar. He was heavily chastised after the photos went viral on social media. Commenting on these organizations asking him...

Obuasi Sec Tech Beats Aggrey Mem, Prempeh, Mfantsipim to Win National Sci-Tech Innovation Challenge 2021

Obuasi Senior High Technical School is gradually establishing itself as the best technological, robotic, practical science and innovation senior high school in the whole country. The Asikafuo as they are affectionately called have added to their trophy cabinet another Trophy after being crowned winners of Primetime Ghana SciTec Innovation Challenge...

Staromartgh Redefining Africa’s Fashion Trend

Names like Valentino have been in existence long before many of us were born. These western brands have defined the way fashion trends around the world. Not any longer for African fashion. With the number of multi-talented local model like stardomartgh creating and redefining the way we see fashion.   View this...

Journalists involved in accident on Obuasi-Anwiankwanta road

One journalist is reported to be in critical condition at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), while seven others including the Daily Graphic's Emmanuel Baah sustained minor injuries when their media vehicle was involved in an accident on Friday 23rd July 2021 on the Obuasi-Anwiankwanta road. The journalists were part...