Ghanaian blogger, Ama Larbie returns to the blogging scene after taking a long writing break with a new set of feeling and add up to the Ghanaian blogging sphere on her new blog, amalarbie.com. It launches today, January 1, 2021 at 11:11am.
Formerly known for her blog, amalarbieafricadotcom; her new blog, amalarbie.com comes with intriguing and interesting contents to inform and keep entertainment enthusiasts and clients abreast with our works for them and happenings in the entertainment industry in Ghana; Africa and beyond.
The menu on the site bring readers and followers news on the Blog; The Table Talk, a talk show on the Ama Larbie TV, a YouTube Channel; updates on their men’s Initiative on The Worthy Men Foundation section; publication of everything sensual updates on Freaky Minds Sextion and also, updates on various marijuana legalization & decriminalization advocacies and activities in Africa and beyond on the Marijuana Advocacy page. There is also a section which requires and makes it easy for clients and potential clients to request a quote for any of their media services.
AmaLarbie.com is the online platform for House of The African Media Agency, a registered media agency company under Ghana’s Companies Code 1963 (Act 179).
About Ama Larbie
She is a Ghanaian blogger/ entrepreneur; she was a nominee in the Best Writer/ Journalist Category at the maiden edition of GN Bank Awards in 2014. She also earned nomination in the 2020 Young Entrepreneur Awards’ Female Startup Entrepreneur category.
She worked with Ghanaweb.com as Deputy Entertainment Editor/Contributing writer to the entertainment section.
She has worked, interviewed and publicized for artistes as Reggae Legend, Rocky Dawuni; Highlife Legend, Kojo Antwi as the Rep for his radio interviews during preparation for his 2019 USA Tour organized by Berks Concept; Highlife Legendary Band, Osibisa; Controversial Barima Sidney; Dancehall/Reggae musician, Stonebwoy; Hollywood VFX partner for Shrek Animated Movie, Stephen Sobisky; Big Brother Africa StarGame edition’s 2nd Runner up, Namibian’s Rep and musician, Lady May; Ghanaian ex-Olympian, Kenneth Andam; Zimbabwe’s Ammara Brown and Cynthia Mare, a few to mention.
She also worked as the Acting Entertainment Editor of the now The Daily Heritage Newspaper in 2011/12.
Ama Larbie is also a member of the Women’s Commission of the Rastafari Council of Ghana. She is a member of the Advocacy Committee who are fighting for the legalization, and decriminalization of Cannabis (also known as marijuana, wee, hemp, etc.) for the financial uplifting of the motherland and the health benefits.
She also is the initiator of The Worthy Men, Africa Initiative that seeks to celebrate exceptional men. The initiative is currently undergoing some rebranding and restructuring. Her company, House of The African Media Agency, also represents Ghana at the International Men’s Day (IMD) Union. IMD is celebrated on November 19 yearly.