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Majid Michel and John Dumelo Honoured By The City of Philadelphia   
 
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11-Apr-2013  
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Actors Majid Michel and John Dumelo both spotting a new look
 
 
In appreciation of their support for the development of humanity and sustenance of the African culture of the black race through their movies and humanitarian activities, two of the most prominent male screen stars John Dumelo and Majid Michel have been honored by the City of Philadelphia, United States.

The two Ghanaian born African movie stars were presented with certificates of honour in addition to having their citations read at the ceremony attended by the cream of the city. The ceremony took place on Wednesday evening April 10 at Philadelphia City Hall.

They were presented with a Citation for their outstanding contribution to the African movie industry. Dignitaries in attendance included; Honorable Jannie L. Blackwell, City Council of Philadelphia, Hon. Stanley L. Straughter, Chairman of the Mayors Commission on African and Caribbean Immigrant Affairs, and Honorary,Consul The Republic of Guinea and Dr. Samuel Quartey, Chairman/African Caribbean Business Council, Imhotep Charter School & Ga Dangme
Foundation.

According to a source present at the ceremony who spoke to Peacefmonline.com, the two Ghanaians obviously delighted, expressed their gratitude to the Philadelphia City officials for recognizing their contribution and acknowledging their efforts and they both promised to continue to project Africa in everything they do.

Congratulations to Majid and John for making Ghana proud ones again.
 
 
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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