Darkness of sorrow

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samira

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Look at these two - caught red handed smokin:
All i hear lately on this board by some very regular ppl is joint this - joint that (i guess they sign register there) - What joint are you both talking about - Whatever joint yall been hanging out in - i hope everything going on there is LEGAL - and if not it'll surely be under surveillance - Confess now

"JOINTS" and "DEALERS"

Addicts!! - Some ppl need rehab - Oh i forgot "Rehab are for Quitters"
Hello Menu's mom akos,

u are too mesh ooo :)...i do not belong in the joint o sweat: ....i am not good at pc movie....i have to curl in my sofa with my warm blanket to watch a movie...but yes, there is a joint and guess what....I WILL NOT TELL YOU WHERE IT IS! That is why you dey sniff here for info...but you fail jare!...hmmm, u wan make I tell you and you will turn around and go and watch am too...i know all your tricks mena's mom...go get your dealer to get it for you sha...:roll...akos, i do not even know the website sef...Ob, ama and a few are experts of that joint...make you ask them...lol
 

Atlakos

Life, Love & Happiness
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Samira or Ama
Did any of you watch Oprah today titled "THE LITTLE BOY OPRAH COULDNT FORGET" - a lot of my non african friends who know i am ghanaian are all calling me to ask me about it - I am mad i missed it but i will order the tape - cos i am very passionate about the topic , apparently it was a tear jerker - Oprah and the whole audience were shedding tears for this lil boy - They gisted me about it - and i will definately buy the tape. This has given me the more reason to strive for my cause of establishing something non profit to help such underpriviledge back home - especially up north which is so neglected from the rest of ghana. - I visited there once back in the day and i will never forget. My heart has never left them

http://www.oprah.com/index.jhtml i dont mean to divert the thread - but just curious if you saw it.
 

samira

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Samira or Ama
Did any of you watch Oprah today titled "THE LITTLE BOY OPRAH COULDNT FORGET" - a lot of my non african friends who know i am ghanaian are all calling me to ask me about it - I am mad i missed it but i will order the tape - cos i am very passionate about the topic , apparently it was a tear jerker - Oprah and the whole audience were shedding tears for this lil boy - They gisted me about it - and i will definately buy the tape. This has given me the more reason to strive for my cause of establishing something non profit to help such underpriviledge back home - especially up north which is so neglected from the rest of ghana. - I visited there once back in the day and i will never forget. My heart has never left them

http://www.oprah.com/index.jhtml i dont mean to divert the thread - but just curious if you saw it.
I did not see it Akos....was @ work. but i read on oprah.com as a friend also called me and told me about it.....imagine Ghana celebrating the 50th anniversary with this kind of slavery going on in Ghana? Sad.
 

amamellow

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#46
no i did not see it my dear , would love to see it too

been to the north twice and its really really sad some of the things you see poverty at it peak , give us more info when you watch the tape



Samira or Ama
Did any of you watch Oprah today titled "THE LITTLE BOY OPRAH COULDNT FORGET" - a lot of my non african friends who know iam ghanaian are all calling me to ask me about it - I am mad i missed it but i will order the tape - cos i am very passionate about the topic , apparently it was a tear jerker - Oprah and the whole audience were shedding tears for this lil boy - They gisted me about it - and i will definately buy the tape. This has given me the more reason to strive for my cause of establishing something non profit to help such underpriviledge back home - especially up north which is so neglected from the rest of ghana. - I visited there once back in the day and i will never forget. My heart has never left them

http://www.oprah.com/index.jhtml i dont mean to divert the thread - but just curious if you saw it.
 

cyssme

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Samira or Ama
Did any of you watch Oprah today titled "THE LITTLE BOY OPRAH COULDNT FORGET" - a lot of my non african friends who know i am ghanaian are all calling me to ask me about it - I am mad i missed it but i will order the tape - cos i am very passionate about the topic , apparently it was a tear jerker - Oprah and the whole audience were shedding tears for this lil boy - They gisted me about it - and i will definately buy the tape. This has given me the more reason to strive for my cause of establishing something non profit to help such underpriviledge back home - especially up north which is so neglected from the rest of ghana. - I visited there once back in the day and i will never forget. My heart has never left them

http://www.oprah.com/index.jhtml i dont mean to divert the thread - but just curious if you saw it.

I saw a lil bt of it. I was not paying attention to it cos I was watching naija movie at the same time. This white lady adopted all 7? kids and enrolled them in school. The boy actually lives in a very nice place now. He is going to sch and trying to learn engliash. Lisa Ling(spellin) went with her crew to flim the whole thing. God bless this lady. Oprah and her audience gave her a standing ovation. She will be going back to ghana with her family some time this yr.
 

Atlakos

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I saw a lil bt of it. I was not paying attention to it cos I was watching naija movie at the same time. This white lady adopted all 7? kids and enrolled them in school. The boy actually lives in a very nice place now. He is going to sch and trying to learn engliash. Lisa Ling(spellin) went with her crew to flim the whole thing. God bless this lady. Oprah and her audience gave her a standing ovation. She will be going back to ghana with her family some time this yr.
Yeah i got the gist that the lady got a standing ovation. That the boy was traffiked, and what this white lady does is buy off these traffiked kids if there is a price on them - she just pays it off and takes them - kinda adopt them.

I just learnt from what i was told and Lisa Lings testimony, that Trafikking is huge in the Volta region of ghana - especially the small fishing villages - Traffikers go buy kids from their parents telling them we are going to use them to help us to fish for a couple of years and we will return them - yet they never do, and when the parents demand the kids as agreed after the kids have paid their dues in say 3yrs - the trafikkers threaten them saying they need to pay them off first cos they havent served enough.

This very lil boy mother was abondoned by his "BabyDaddy" cos the I D I O T has 21 other kids and cant take care of this lil boy, so obviously the woman struggling as a single parent felt the easy way out is to trade in her son to go fish for a couple of years like many other parents in the village do. I am ordering the tape - i think its less than $10. If i can buy naija movies - c'mon i gotta buy this tape. I will also donate to the fund. Some white people are so compassionate to african kids - its makes me feel guilty that many of us havent done enough. A white american guy friend who is also who now lives in ghana told me once that he thinks "Some Africans our somtimes selfish", we think of our selves and our immediate families only. I didnt watch Oprah show yesterday - but from the many calls i received a lot of ppl were extremely touch and want to help. I definately plan on helping out when i go to ghana - to return up north (i will never forget them), to help in someway - God help me.

My sister was posted up North for her youth service and i went to visit her. I will never forget that week long experience and eyeopener - That region is sooo negleted from the rest of ghana its not even funny. The people are so warm, kind, friendly - yet so poor with no one to teach them or help them to learn something -anything. Yet Even in all this poverty - they are always so happy and smiling. Even the women just need someone to teach them some entrepreneurial skills to market their Shea Butter (which now is sold in places like Nordstrom and Saks very expensive yet i know they purchase it cheap :devil ). I swear some of the young boys there are soooooooooooooooooooooo smart in Maths and STatistics, yet the sad thing is-it was evident once they finished the secondary school - there was no where else to go - cos there is no money. That frustruated my sister as a teacher cos she always use to come home telling us how so smart some of these young kids - after that eye opener, I swore that someday i will definately go back to help somehow.
 

iuwa

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I watched this movie over the weekend. I liked it much better than Beyonce's Daugther. These two actors have very good chemistry. Nadia is a very good actress and I hope they use her more often. What a goodlooking couple.
 
#54
Just watched this film!! very sad and moving...cast and crew were great and i absolutely love and adore Gollywood!!

Nadia buari and Van Vicker were sensational and 2 words for Van Vicker "Sexy Man"

kai gollywood sweet oh! my first ghanian movie and im absolutely drawn to their movies!

Me loves their accent...and one thing that stands out in gollywood is the theme music is not as annoying and brain hurting like nollywoods plus it has absolutely nothing to with the title!!

Abeg Ramsey step aside van vicker don come!!

Whoa i had goosebumps cause for the first time ive seen a shaved chest on screen :roll

Nadia is superb her english "perfect" interpretion of roles 2 thumbs up beauty 5 thumbs up

Ghanians are very creative and they sure have technique!! The blood looked real and it was convincing

somebody should shoot me cause i just fell in love with van wicker!!!

dayuum......my dream go sweet oh!!


Gollywood 5 thumbs up abeg!!
 
#57
Just watched this film!! very sad and moving...cast and crew were great and i absolutely love and adore Gollywood!!

Nadia buari and Van Vicker were sensational and 2 words for Van Vicker "Sexy Man"

kai gollywood sweet oh! my first ghanian movie and im absolutely drawn to their movies!

Me loves their accent...and one thing that stands out in gollywood is the theme music is not as annoying and brain hurting like nollywoods plus it has absolutely nothing to with the title!!

Abeg Ramsey step aside van vicker don come!!

Whoa i had goosebumps cause for the first time ive seen a shaved chest on screen :roll

Nadia is superb her english "perfect" interpretion of roles 2 thumbs up beauty 5 thumbs up

Ghanians are very creative and they sure have technique!! The blood looked real and it was convincing

somebody should shoot me cause i just fell in love with van wicker!!!

dayuum......my dream go sweet oh!!


Gollywood 5 thumbs up abeg!!
The attention to detail in this film was amazing. My favourite part is when her fiance sees her reflection in the swimming pool but when he looks up she is gone- kind of foreshadowed the loss he would suffer when CK returned. It was soo sweet.
 
#58
The attention to detail in this film was amazing. My favourite part is when her fiance sees her reflection in the swimming pool but when he looks up she is gone- kind of foreshadowed the loss he would suffer when CK returned. It was soo sweet.
i think youre referring to the film with jackie appiah and van wicker...
 
#59
i think youre referring to the film with jackie appiah and van wicker...
No, when her Dad throws that party by the pool and she meets the guy that becomes her fiance later on in the film. The first time he sees her is when he sees her reflection in the pool and he looks up and then back down again into the pool, when he lifts his head she is gone and he later finds her in the park (where she brushes him off). Jackie Appiah is not in Darkness of Sorrow.grinning:
 
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No, when her Dad throws that party by the pool and she meets the guy that becomes her fiance later on in the film. The first time he sees her is when he sees her reflection in the pool and he looks up and then back down again into the pool, when he lifts his head she is gone and he later finds her in the park (where she brushes him off). Jackie Appiah is not in Darkness of Sorrow.grinning:
she was blind in darkness of sorrow and poor... the film your talking about stars van wicker as well but in a different setting it cant remember the name but in this film they met while she was walking with her brother and almost fell of the ledge!
 
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