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My heart yearn for the pen that could shape minds and hearts by putting the various societal organs on its toes through writing. Sarpeah; Purity is my Priority, Integrity is my Identity and Creativity is my Activity.

Ghana DJ Awards 2017 – Check Out The Full List of Nominees

As usual, event organisers try as much as possible to reward people who’re excelling in their chosen field of profession. Like Charterhouse Ghana, the organisers of Ghana Music Awards are basically intresred in rewarding hardworking and outstanding musicians in the country. Similarly, that time of the year where you get to vote for your favourite DJs across the country is …

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BREAKING!! Veteran Ghanaian Football Coach, Herbert Addo Passes On

Former Black Stars head coach Herbert Addo has died after battling illness. Addo, who has coached for four decades starting from his first job with Armed Forces Team S.S. 74 in the Old Ghana Division One league, passed on Friday afternoon.   He managed the Black Meteors (U23) (1981-82) and Black Satellites (U20) (1983-84) before graduating to the Black Stars …

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Adu Sarpeah Writes: Telenovela Is Killing Our Ghanaian Culture

Gone were the days when owners of Black and White television sets were demigods in their vicinity. Hitherto, most people come from afar to encamp at vantage areas and stay glare at the emitting rays from the TV sets, with all their protruding foreheads and eyes determined not to miss a sight of programmes telecasted on GTV.   Inspector Bediako, …

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It’s Likely Obrafour Will Do God’s Work Very Soon

Legendary Ghanaian rapper, Obrafour, born in real life as Michael Elliot Kwabena Okyere Darko has urged his fans to expect his latest gospel song.   Truly, Ghanaian artistes turning to Jesus Christ of better still seeking comfort in Christianity is not a new thing in our Showbiz business. For our artistes, they never think of anything in relation to gospel …

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‘Apio’ Can Kill You – Actor Wayoosi Warns

Actor Joseph Osei, popularly known as Wayoosi, has sternly cautioned Ghanaians, especially men, to refrain from consuming too much alcoholic liquor if they want to stay healthy and live longer.   He stated that the excessive intake of alcoholic beverages, especially ‘Apio’ (a locally brewed gin), can have adverse effects on the health of a person, urging Ghanaians to take …

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Bro. Sammy Is A Fraud Gospel Musician – A Ghanaian Poet

Ghanaian poet and critic, Kwame Agyemang Berko has descended very hard on gospel musician Bro. Sammy following his comment that he sees nothing wrong with gospel ministers paying bribe to win awards.   Agyemang Berko on Hitz FM commenting on the musician’s assertion described the minister of the gospel as a fraud musician.   To him, Bro. Sammy hides behind …

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Sarkodie Is The Most Versatile Artiste In Ghana – Strongman

Ghana is graced with multitude of talents especially in the field of music. This makes the masses to be in dilemma when it comes to selecting the overall best musician in the country. Well, a colleague musician in the person of Strongman tips Sarkodie as the best among his contenders.     The ‘Adonai’ hitmaker for the past years has …

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Stonebwoy Accorded King Of African Reggae Dancehall By Coca-Cola Africa--Throws A Subtle Shot Shatta Wale?

Video: I Run Dancehall In Ghana – Stonebwoy Brags In Jamaica

The debate over who rules supreme when it comes to dancehall music in Ghana has no end in sight. For some years now, the Ghanaian music scene has witnessed bitter turf battles between Shatta Wale and Samini and then Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy.   Stonebwoy, during his recent trip to Jamaica, in an interview with On Stage show revealed that …

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Ban Telenovelas From TV Stations – Martha Ankomah To Gov’t

A popular Ghanaian actress, Martha Ankomah has urged the government to implement policies and measures that will ban foreign telenovelas on the various television stations. She is therefore calling for the telecast of locally produced movies to boost sales in the entertainment industry.   According to the veteran actress, there should be structures put in place that will encourage more …

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Adu Sarpeah Writes: How On Earth Must Hall Week Turn Into ‘War Week’ Celebration?

Nelson Madiba Mandela once opined that ‘If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart’. It’s in the light of the above quote, I shall ride on in respect to the choice of my words. They say, education is the …

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