Alicia Keys and husband Swizz Beatz are expecting their second child, the singer has announced on Instagram.
The musical duo tied the knot July 31, 2010, which makes today their four year wedding anniversary. Keys chose to highlight the occasion while breaking the joyous news:
“Happy Anniversary to the love of my life @therealswizzz !!” Keys, 33, captioned her beautiful photo, adding: “And to make it even sweeter we’ve been blessed with another angel on the way!! You make me happier than I have ever known! Here’s to many many more years of the best parts of life! ☺️”
The expecting father posted a similar photo to his Instagram, captioning it: “Love is life & life is love and we’re so excited for another GIFT from up above Happy Anniversary my Goddess 4 years of greatness & cheers to 100 plus more inshallah @aliciakeys ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥”
Best DJ Africa 2014- Dj Black (Ghana)
Best African DJ USA 2014 – Dj Josh (Kenya)
Best Video of the Year 2014- Flavour (Nigeria)
Best Male East Africa 2014- Diamond (Tanzania)
Best Male West Africa 2014- Davido (Nigeria)
Best Female East Africa 2014- Lady Jaydee (Tanzania)
Best Female West Africa 2014 – Tiwa Savage (Nigeria)
Best Male Central Africa 2014 – Fally Pupa (Congo)
Best Female Central Africa 2014- Gasha ( Cameroon)
Best Male Southern Africa 2014- Khuli Chana (South Africa)
Best African Group 2014- P-square (Nigeria)
Best Male Diaspora 2014- Fuse ODG (Ghana)
Best Female Diaspora 2014- Les Nubians (Cameroon)
Best Female Southern Africa 2014- Zahara (South Africa)
Best Dancehall Artist 2014 – Timaya (Nigeria)
Best Dance in a Video 2014- Iyanya (Lekwa Ukwu) (Nigeria)
Best Gospel Artiste 2014- Bahati (Kenya)
Best Traditional Artist 2014- Flavour (Nigeria)
Best Newcomer 2014- Stanley Enow (Cameroon)
Best Video Director 2014- Ogopa Dj’s (Kenya)
Music Producer of the year 2014- Dj Oskido (South Africa)
Best Dance Group 2014- Imagineto (Nigeria)
Best Rap Act 2014- Sarkodie (Ghana)
Best Collaboration 2014- Mafikizolo ft Uhuru (Khona) (South Africa)
Song of the Year 2014- Kcee (Nigeria)
Artist of the Year 2014- Davido (Nigeria)
Leadership in Music Award 2014- 2face Idibia
Legendary Award 2014- Yvonne Chaka Chaka
Transformational Leadership Award 2014- Chief Dr. Godswill Akpabio
This study was carried out by a nurse 🙂
1. I never pursued my dreams and aspirations.
2. I worked too much and never made time for my family.
3. I should have made more time for my friends.
4. I should have said ‘I love you’ a lot more.
5. I should have spoken my mind instead of holding back and resenting things.
6. I should have been the bigger person and resolved my problems.
7. I wish I had children.
8. I should have saved more money for my retirement.
9. Not having the courage to live truthfully.
10. Happiness is a Choice, I wish I knew that earlier.
L’impossible n’est pas Camerounais…
I was honestly rooting for Miss West region. All the same Congratulation Miss Cameroon 2014. See you at the Miss World 2014 stage
NGANGOUM LARISSA, former Miss Cameroon USA took home the crown for Miss Cameroon Friday July 25th 2014.
The contestants competed in a number of events, including lifestyle and fitness swimsuit, evening wear and talent during the event, which was held in Yaounde, Cameroon.
NGANGOUM LARISSA surpassed all other contestants, of which EPEE NGASSE FLORENCE, ABBE GENEVIEVE and GUEYAP KAMDEM LINDA emerged 1st, 2nd and 3rd runners up respectively. NGANGOUM LARISSA was crowned winner at the ‘Palais des Congrès de Yaoundé’ Conference Center.
IF THESE TERRORISTS ARE NOT PUT IN PLACE THEY ARE A TREAT TO THE WHOLE OF CAMEROON”S SAFETY..
The wife of Cameroon’s vice prime minister was kidnapped and at least three people were killed in an attack by Boko Haram militants in the northern town of Kolofata on Sunday, Cameroon officials said.
A local religious leader, or lamido, named Seini Boukar Lamine, who is also the town’s mayor, was kidnapped as well, in a separate attack on his home.
The entertaining industry in Cameroon is as confused as a form one fox. This is due to the fact, Cameroonians depends too much on foreign products, especially that of their neighbouring brothers, which goes a long way to kill the home markets and her products. But what would the population do, when the quality of the product, does not suit their demands. Bara Extravaganza is a like stand-alone film series to scare away that myth out of the population.
Every Wednesday, 7:00 pm Cameroon time, witness the first ever pre-modern Cameroonian series film on Canal 2 Intenational, the leading entertaining television channel in Cameroon. Continue reading