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Meet MC Desaint, The Young Celebrated Event Host Who Has Been Perking Up Events In Ghana

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The act of Mcing requires that the Master of Ceremony steers the whole affair into a nice and fruitful sequence. The young sensation, MC Desaint does just that. Let us take a peek into his career and get to understand why he is regarded amongst the best in his line of hustle in Ghana.

MC Desaint born, Isaac Kwafo Djan hails from the Eastern Region but resides in Labadi in the Greater Accra Region. He had his basic education at La Experimental School, Abeka Motorway 2 Jhs and Aquinas Senior High School for high school.

After high school, MC Desaint found it joyous to master ceremonies. He did not know how to begin with until one Mr Prince Owusu Ansah, CEO of Prinlive Fashion School, then his advisor and boss motivated him to start since he finds it in him. He then pushed him to it by giving him the opportunity to host his school’s first graduation ceremony (first gig).

MC Desaint has hosted over 600 events, both corporate and social. Amongst them is, “3 Music Abeka Homowo Festival Jam 2022” and several other big stages.

What makes MC Desaint exclusive from all other MCs in Ghana is that he is agile on the microphone, eloquent, articulate, jovial and very passionate about his craft. He makes every event he is on lit because he spits literary flames.

MC Desaint see himself in the near future as as a presidential MC and gearing towards all the big stages both locally and internationally.

Follow or book MC Desaint on the following social media fora;

Instagram: @mcdesaint

Facebook: @Isaac Djan

Facebook Page: MC Desaint

 

 

 

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Twitter to charge $20 per month for verification badge

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Twitter to charge $20 per month for verification badge

Only a few days after taking over as Twitter’s CEO, Elon Musk is apparently working on some significant improvements.

The Twitter Blue membership and even the verification procedure, which awards verified accounts with a “Blue tick,” are expected to undergo modifications.

According to reports, the Twitter Blue subscription will be connected to it, and Musk also has big price increases planned for the subscriptions.

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The new Twitter Blue subscription will cost customers $19.99, according to a report by The Verge. Additionally, Twitter accounts that already have the blue tick will need to abide by this new system and pay for it.

According to the article, verified users will have a total of 90 days to switch to Twitter Blue before they lose their checkmark.

Employees of Twitter have also been told to resign or move quickly with this new membership plan. According to the article, a deadline of November 7 has been set for the staff.

Blue Twitter Subscription

Twitter Blue, a paid monthly opt-in subscription that grants exclusive access to premium services, was introduced last year.

This, according to Twitter, will allow you to personalize your Twitter experience. In the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, the subscription service is now available.

It will be interesting to see how Musk implements both a global rollout and a complete overhaul of the payment system. Twitter Blue can be bought in-app on iOS and Android in the regions that are eligible.

Elon Musk recently revealed screenshots from internal Twitter communications that proved the board of directors had misled to him before the transaction was finalized.

The security chief mentions “fraudulent metrics” being shown in the screen grab. Bots, however, were not mentioned. According to Musk, he will share additional details in the coming days.

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Sachet water to be sold at ¢0.60 effective Monday

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Sachet water to be sold at ¢0.60 effective Monday

Sachet water will now cost 0.60pesewas starting on Monday, October 31.

The price of the 500ml bottle of water will also be 2.50, while that of the medium-sized bottle will be 3.50, and that of the 1.5-liter bottle will be 5.

The National Association of Sachet and Packaged Water Producers stated this in a statement on Thursday, October 27.

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According to the Association, the new prices are a result of ongoing increases in the cost of production inputs brought on by the cedi’s depreciation against the major trading currencies.

Therefore, the National Executive Committee of the National Association of Sachet and Packaged Water Producers (NASPAWAP) suggests that the prices of bottled and sachet water be reviewed as follows.

They added in a statement that “These reviews serve as a roadmap to all Regional associations to guarantee uniformity across the country.”

They clarified that due to haulage to far-off locations and other overheads, there might be modest variances between regions and towns.

The increased tariffs, according to the Association, will enable the water producers to continue producing bottled water of a high standard for Ghanaians.

“The retail trucks will now sell a bag of sachet water (500m1 x 30 sachets) for ¢10.00 ex-truck.

The statement said, “It is important to keep in mind that the retail price of a bag of sachet water and packs of bottled water from tiny stores will be established by their retail associations, utilizing additional criteria including rent and overheads that feed into the final retail pricing.

Prices for a sachet water bag are anticipated to be between ¢12 and ¢15 depending on the shop location.

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