- An African gamer known as Danielle has opened up about her work and how it has affected others
- She has also revealed how music artistes such as T-Pain have made use of her creations
- Danielle also revealed that someone's niece appreciated her work when she received a 'gift' from her
An African gamer known as Danielle has opened up about her passion for gaming and how it connects her with others.
She revealed that gaming helps her to explore her Nigerian identity and gives her an opportunity to ‘make’ herself.
Danielle, also known as Ebonix or Ebonixsims Online, added that her work has brought her closer to people such as popular musician, T-Pain.
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Her line of work gives her the opportunity to make custom video designs for games and this is often generated by players and gamers such as herself.
This, she adds, invariably adds more spice to the game and helps her explore her African identity.
Danielle revealed that she once fixed hair for the niece of a fan and the niece fell in love with it.
Per a report by BBC News Africa, she explained that the end goal is to become an advisor for gaming companies.
In other news, Ghanaian fetish priest, Kwaku Bonsam, has stated that he is ready to contest for the Offinso North seat in Parliament.
He stated that he will contest the seat as an Independent candidate during the 2020 elections.
According to him, his gods have given him permission to contest the seat as well as to perform the relevant rites to embark on the new mission.
Bonsam explained that he decided to stand for Member of Parliament (MP) because he wishes to ensure that the constituency is developed.
He added that he is disappointed no former president has been able to initiate developmental projects in the constituency.
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