One of the things women love to do but which puts some men off is make-up.There is the belief that a woman’s real beauty is what is seen early in the morning when she wakes up.Once I bumped into an elderly woman at the
Makola market.In fact, I tried hard to control myself because I couldn’t help laughing.The make-up on her face could well be enough for about four people. It was a complete mask, which made her look more of a masquerader.
Women wear make-up for various reasons and for various occasions ranging from weddings, parties, dinners, funerals to office. However, the level of some make-ups makes it difficult to tell whether it is meant for the office or fashion show.We have no knowledge of the chemicals used in manufacturing these cosmetics which sometimes may be harmful to the skin. Dermatologists have had to contend with skin diseases associated with some of these cosmetics. For whatever reason or occasion you may decide to wear make-up, just be modest. The removal of make-up is equally important as the wearing. Never go to bed wearing your make-up.
The Ghana Revenue Authority today held an in-house pre-burial service for the Late President of the republic of Ghana who also served as a Commissioner in its erstwhile Internal Revenue Service. Staff from some of its District offices joined top management staff and colleagues at the Head Office to mourn the departed hero.
Present were the Board Chairman of the Authority Mr. Ernest E. Kwesie, the Commissioner General Mr. George Blankson, his associate Commissioners Mrs. Comfort Boohene-Osafo, Mr. Anthony Minlah and Major General Carl Modey. Also in attendance were his Deputy Commissioners and Assistant Commissioners.
Rev. David Okoe and Oduro Yeboah consoled members of staff on the departure of the Commissioner. Delivering his address, the Commissioner General recounted how as a Commissioner the Late President championed various reforms in tax administration. It was also during his tenure that the managerial autonomy of the IRS was crystallized having been moved from the Civil Servi…
If you've read my article on 'Why I admire Nigerian Movies' you will understand why Nollywood has a place in my heart. Some actors and actresses I never miss their shows are; Patience Ozorkor, Olu Jacobs, Bruno Ihuoha, Pete Eneh, Pete Edochie, Florence Onoma, Christie Okonkwo, Maureen Solomon, etc.
One young actress I also admire so much is Tonto Dikeh. She performs her role with so much passion from being a President's daughter to a common house help.
However, I couldn't believe it till I saw it with my own eyes that Tonto has a controversial tatoo on her back in addition to 57 others on her body. Whatever calls for this 'fashion' is left to her to say. I feel its not necessary cos, she is only poisoning her blood. Does she want to enter into the Guinness Book of World Records? God have mercy. Shalom!