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Twitter Users Shame Woman After She Shared PHOTOS From Her Graduation Looking Almost Naked

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A woman’s graduation photos have earned her criticisms from Twitter users.

The Twitter user who just graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing shared photos and a video from her graduation ceremony.

Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

However, Twitter users were not impressed and they shamed her for her choice of graduation outfit.

The woman, who says she’s from Liberia, was slammed for wearing a skimpy dress that exposed more than it covered.

Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

However, some congratulated her and wished her the best.

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Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

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Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

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Abeiku Santana Wins Special Recognition Award In Tourism At The 2020 EMY Africa Awards

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The 5th annual ‘Exclusive Men of the Year’ (EMYs) Africa Awards 2020 #EMYAfricaAwards2020 held yesterday July 4, 2020, to award men who have excelled in various areas such as business, education, arts, fashion, technology, and communication. This year’s award ceremony took place in Accra, Ghana despite the partial ban on social gathering due to the novel Covid-19 pandemic.

Multiple award-winning Radio/TV presenter and CEO of Kaya Tours Company Ltd; Dr. Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey, popularly known as Abeiku Santana won Special Recognition Award for Tourism Marketing and Promotion.

Abeiku Santana as he has come to be known as Mr. Tourism is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to Tourism Marking and Promotion in Ghana and Africa. With his experience in Tourism, he was appointed as Tourism Ambassador by the former Government of Ghana and he has represented Ghana and Africa in tourism seminars and events across the Globe.

The night saw a number of high-class performances from Efya, Akwaboah, King Promise, and Joe Mettle.
The 5th EMY Africa Awards was shown on Joy Prime and also streamed live on EMY Africa YouTube and Facebook pages.
Warmest congratulations on your award, best wishes for your next adventure Mr. Tourism!

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Nana Akua Addo Officially Resumes Her Business Of Shutting Down Red Carpets With A Bang | PHOTOS

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Exclusive Men of the Year awards are set to take place tonight. Due to COVID-19 the award show is not open to a large audience this year as the show goes virtual.

However, there is a red carpet bit to it for viewers at home and individuals who have a part to play in the virtual show. In this line, Nana Akua Addo has come out to show us her look for the 2020 Emys and it’s a bang.

This becomes the first time the red carpet goddess is showing us her prowess once again ever since Coronavirus ruined all red carpet events. Let’s not talk long, Nana Akua has eaten this look as usual, or y’all say what?

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Meghan Markle’s Legal Team Says Royal Wedding Brought In £1 Billion

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Meghan Markle’s legal team is claiming that her wedding to Prince Harry brought in £1 billion in tourism revenue, far off-setting the reported £32 million cost of the affair.

The Daily Mail reports that the new figures came in as part of the most recent filings in the 38-year-old Markle’s case against the Mail on Sunday. They suggest that UK taxpayers footed the vast majority — £30 million — of the shindig’s total cost, most of which went to security, with the church service, flowers, and reception paid for by the Royal Family.

Meanwhile, her lawyers contend that the nuptials were “not, in fact, publicly funded, but rather personally financed by HRH The Prince of Wales” (Harry’s father, Prince Charles). “Any public costs incurred for the wedding were solely for security and crowd control to protect members of the public,” they add, “as deemed necessary by Thames Valley Police and the Metropolitan Police.”

The Mail’s dissenting opinion comes from a consulting firm, Brand Finance, who estimates that the overall shot in the arm to UK tourism provided by the wedding was a scant £300 million and that the billion-pound valuation takes into account other, tangential economic factors such as retail and fashion.

Markle is battling the UK tabloid over an article that published parts of a letter she had sent to her father, Thomas Markle.

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