African Celebs, bridging gap between African stars and fans in the diaspora

African Celebs, bridging gap between African stars and fans in the diaspora

Living up to its name across social media platforms African Celebs has shown commitment to serve as a bridge between African celebrities in the diaspora and their fans.

Over the year’s they have been able to achieve this by creating pages on social media platforms, Facebook, Instagram Twitter and a website where they give hot and juicy updates on what is trending in the world of entertainment on the African continent and what their favourite African celebrities are up to. 

Since its establishment in 2014, African Celebs has focused on projecting people, events, brands, lifestyles that are impacting the image of the African continent and the world positively.

Tina Brown, Founder of African Celebs, told this paper that “It is meant to uplift the image of Africa and its children all around the globe, the platform has been quietly delighting its audiences with its content.”

She said, “African Celebs runs a magazine on Facebook which has become the number one platform with an additional one million visitors to the page monthly.”

African Celebs was first to celebrate icons of the African continent, the likes of Efya Nokturnal, Samuel Inkoom, Sarkodie, Harmonise, Diamon Platinum, King Promise, Kranium and they should love back by granting the brand exclusive contents.

The brand African Celebs has permanent fixture on some notable events namely: Miss Ghana UK, Miss Nigeria UK, Miss Uganda UK, Made In Ghana UK, Miss Pride Of Africa UK, Kenya Party In The Park, Ghana Party In The Park UK, Sarkodie Highest Tour UK, Ghana Independence UK, Sarkodie Black Love Virtual Concert and TheAfricanDream TV show. 

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