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Veiled, a movie on such controversial and delicate topic of male sexual abuse was premiered on the 2nd of September. It was really exciting, educative and interactive….happy to have been able to share it with you. Enjoy! There are surprises to look out for too.
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The long awaited movie; Veiled on Male rape with Eddie Kuffour, Amanobea and Andy Siaw was just premiered at the Global Cinemas, Accra.
A movie that is about male rape gave a reaction from the audience that was well treasured. “Oh..” “Wooh”, “Never thought this was real”, “Did it really exist?” Their reaction was an epic one; the funny scenes, intense ones and not forgetting the emotional ones gave rise to an unforgettable roller coaster experience in the hall.
Oh and the fans! hehehe. They really enjoyed themselves; it was an absolute delight on the red carpet with Eddie Kuffour, Comfort Arthur and Andy Siaw. It was so much fun!
This premiere opened up an amazing dialogue on male sexual abuse. We heard fans share their experiences on the red carpet and express how interesting and eye opening it was to have seen the movie. Oh and the pictures with our celebrities. We simply couldn’t get enough of the night!
Followers and subscribers should stay tuned for the release of the red carpet event on tape. Also the movie will soon be on your shelves for your purchase.
A special thanks to the cast, crew, protocol and everybody that contributed to make this premiere a success. Not forgetting our sponsors.
Almost all my favorite YouTubers has made a reaction video to this animated movie, “In a heartbeat”. What’s the fuzz? I asked myself until I saw the video.
Never thought there’d ever be a gay cartoon. This gay cartoon entitled,”In a heartbeat” has gone viral since it’s release on 31st of July this year having over 28 million views on youtube and still counting. It has brought about alot of controversies and diverse reactions from people. Hundreds of youtubers and journalists have reacted to this animated movie very differently based on personal, religious, child upbringing, psychology etc. Others argue its inappopriate for children to see. To many, it is a way of braining our kids into believing there is nothing wrong with homosexual relationships making it seem harmless. To others, it is just a funny animated movie. What do you think?
Eddie Kuffour, the son of the Ex-President of Ghana, Mr.Agyekum Kuffour features in yet another movie. But this time, a movie of such delicate and heavy issue in our society;Male sexual abuse called Veiled.
Veiled is a movie that talks about a young man who was sexually and physically abused in his childhood. He grew up battling the effects of his experiences.
This movie encapsulates issues and brings out scenes that is never anticipated on our screens…not even in our minds. It’s not only fun, intriguing and captivating, but it is also an educative piece that opens your mind to a world you probably never paid attention to.
This movie is set to premier at the Global Cinemas at Weija on the 2nd of September. Tickets are being sold at a cool rate of GHC20. You can call these numbers for inquiries and purchases.+233273410265, +233501087253, +233549588097.
Get ready for the red carpet events with the likes of Edward Kuffour, Amanobea and Andy Siaw.
I am the production manager on this one and I can’t wait see you there as well!
Mr. Kofi Siaw’s funeral and burial comes off on Saturday, the 2nd of September at Gyakiti in the eastern Region of Ghana at 7am.
Thanksgiving service also comes off on the 3rd of September, 2017 at 8am.
Gyakiti is located a few miles away from Akosombo.
Friends and sympathizers are cordially invited.
A man with the world’s largest testicles had to ‘drop out of school’ as they swelled to 10 times the average size.
Forence Owiti Opiyo, from Kibigori in Kenya, was diagnosed with the mystery condition after he noticed a cyst on his genitals in 2006, when he was aged just 10.
And before you read on, here’s a pre-warning: These pictures are not for the faint-hearted!
Forence originally had the growth removed back in 2007 but the problem re-emerged and the cyst grew so big, he ‘struggled to walk’.
The 21-year-old, who was forced to drop out of school because his balls grew so much that he was unable to wear clothes or walk easily, said:
This thing started very small, like a boil. Then it was the size of my fist. It just continued to grow bigger and bigger.
It was operated on and they removed it. They did some tests and found out it was had not been fully removed but I could not come back due to the post-election violence and I stayed home.
I finished my medicine but it continued to grow. I was supposed to come for a second operation but we could raise the money we needed.
Forence couldn’t afford more surgery and as classmates teased him, he began to spend more time at home where he lived with his brother Eliza and elderly grandmother, his parents died when he was five.
Forence started mending shoes in an attempt to save money for more surgery.
Speaking before his brother’s most recent surgery, Eliza said:
I am the one taking care of things now. It is not easy, it is very hard. Sometimes I do farming or cut sugarcane and sometimes I grow tomatoes. Forence’s problem is with the penis and scrotum.
The disease started in 2006 but when it came people thought it was a spirit but it is not a spirit. Forence’s life is not good because he doesn’t have friends who come to visit him.
The family’s neighbour, Duncan Otieno, took some photos of Forence and posted them on Facebook along with a desperate plea for help.
I took his photos and posted it on my Facebook and shared it all over the internet. After three days, we got a call from Our Lady of Mercy Ranguma and an ambulance picked him up from the village.
Forence is a polite man. He is a man of few words, he doesn’t talk much or disturb anyone. I believed he could be healed.
Surgeons examined Forence and scheduled two operations – the first to ‘debulk the penis and get rid of the excess mass’ and the second to ‘reconstruct the penis’.
Dr James Obondi, Consulting Surgeon, said:
We spared the nerves, we spared the circulation and we brought the shaft to its rightful size.
I believe Forence is going to enjoy his life like any other normal human being. In three months he will be just normal in his functions and be able to do everything he wants to do.
Jane Tombe, a surgical nurse, was overwhelmed by Forence’s ‘optimism and positivity’ throughout his operation and recovery.
I haven’t seen anything like that before. But Forence is outgoing. A very jovial boy who is very positive in life.
His daily life must have been so challenging before his operation but there was so much hope in him. He is going to progress well.
You know when you see a patient progress very well in my profession; I get very happy and am happy for Forence. I think God loves him so much and he will do well in life.
This video tested my stance about this issue of lynching. However, lynching cannot and should not be encouraged. But this video puts across very obvious problems and solutions to this deadly practice that dwells among us. Losing a friend and almost losing another friend to mob attack when he visited a hall at the University of Ghana-Legon has been a traumatic and scary experience for me. You would think that educated youngsters would act differently but mob justice seems to be that genetic disease that has been passed on since the 1700’s. Since Willie Lynch wrote the letter about ‘the lynching of the Negro slaves’ in 1714, it is sad that we are perpetuating that same authority that Willie Lynch; a slave master instituted for Africans.
This has always made me extra passionate about the issue of mob justice which I have always tried to change for the past 3 years. The recent death of an old student of my alma Mata breaks my heart even more because it gives me the sense that nothing I have done means anything. Helplessness is such a painful burden to bear but I won’t quit doing what I can to stop this and so should you.
1.Eradicating/Fixing of the Poor/Corrupt Police Force:
Living in a society where the police and all the other law enforcement agencies are not functioning forces people to seek justice on their own terms. The government must take seriously the law enforcement of our nation because that is the only way they can win trust from their citizens to eradicate this horrendous practice.
2.Criminalization of mob justice/Lynching
The government must take very seriously every mob attack that happens anywhere in the nation; whether the victim is deemed guilty or not, the attackers must be investigated and brought to book. They must be severely punished and sentenced heavily. This will deter people from this barbaric practice.
3.Citizens being the eyes and ears of each other
Whenever a mob attack starts, instead of by standers taking out their phone to record the incident, it would rather be a reasonable practice to call the police. That’s when we need the efficiency of the police to appear at the scene on time. While we wait, it would have to be in our human genetics to find support from amongst bystanders that are not actively involved in joining you in calming and reminding the mob attackers of the crime they are trying to commit. It is however advised never to do this alone since the angry mob may turn against you.
We always speak about lynching as do I but we need people to hear us. You can help by sharing this as much as you can.
“We want to help childless couples to have a child of their own”, says egg and sperm donors. Even though some of them are doing it for the money, they seem empathetic to the plights of childless couples in Ghana considering the stigma and the great pressure the society places on people for their childlessness.
Sperm donors are speculated to be earning at least GHC2,500 for donating sperm once in Ghana. Women are speculated to be earning at least GHC3,500 per donation. Obviously, for women, it is a more complicated process of extraction than men.
“Magdalene, Age 26, Female, Non-Smoker, In Excellent Health
I Believe In Everyone Become A Parent.”
“Irving , Age 38, Male, Non-Smoker, In Excellent Health
Hello I’m A Very Handsome Guy Very Nice Looking.”
I’am a 35 year old Male Ghanaian national from Kumasi in Ghana, I would like to be a Sperm Donor for Single Woman,Lesbian Couples. I have Black hair and Brown Eyes With 17-19 Years Of Education. I currently have a passport and I am willing to travel anywhere in the world.
Steve, Age 30, Male, Non-Smoker, In Excellent Health
You Want A Donor? Im Your Guy. I Give You What You Want
I’am a 34 year old Male Nigerian national from Accra in Ghana, I would like to be a Sperm Donor for Single Woman Couples. I have Black hair and Grey Eyes With 11 Or Less Years Of Education. I currently have a passport and I am willing to travel anywhere in the world.
Their complete profile and contacts are on surrogate finder’s website, you can also view more candidates from Ghana who donate sperm and eggs to married couples on their website as well.