Past and present government didn't help our industry
According to the actor, the first president of Ghana, Dr Kwame Nkrumah contributed more to the creative arts industry compared to the current and past governments.
Sika Osei ties the knot
Sika and her Nigerian groom tied the knot in Ghana on Thursday, October 21, 2021. It was a mixture of Ghanaian and Nigerian culture at the marriage ceremony of celebrated actress and television presenter, Sika Osei and husband, Sele. Colourful photos and videos have emerged from the union between Sika and her Nigerian groom.
Set boundaries to avoid distractions
He made this statement responding to how he deals with the attention he gets from some ladies since a lot of them like to give talents like himself so much attention. He stated that it is also important to look at people who have gone ahead of you and the line in which they took and how they worked to take a cue from them. Using himself as an example he mentioned that, he is so focused on his music career he does not even see these distractions when they come.
Glitz Africa's Beauty Forum '21 discusses beauty aesthetics, influencers & production
The ladies discussed the era of influencer marketing, what they consider before coming on board as influencers and brands look out for in choosing influencers among other issues. The last panel was moderated by the Co-founder of Polish'd Nails and Beauty Bar, Nana Amobi Chambers on the topic, 'From sourcing to distribution - Exploring the process of beauty production' with Akosua Opoku and Ernest Ekuma. Partners of the Forum included MAC Cosmetics, Zeepay and Garnier.
London-based Ghanaian reveals how husband used her earnings to repay bank loan
Madam Sandra Agyeiwaa shared her story with SVTV's DJ Nyaami in London. A London-based Ghanaian, Sandra Agyeiwaa has disclosed that her husband who stayed in London invited her to stay and lured her into opening a joint account but he used her income to pay off his loan. Even though they are not divorced Madam Sandra and her husband have been separated for three years now with no contact.
God didn't create anyone gay
Discussing this topic with host, Doctar Cann on Happy FM's Ayekoo After-Drive show, he opined that, a man being with a man or a woman being with a woman, is not the arrangement God made for humans it is not right to live that way. Luigi urged that just as God changes people's lives from grass to grace, He will also change the minds of these people and have them live by His ways. On his accord, these are the little things that the devil takes advantage of to deceive Christians into doing his bidding those who make themselves vulnerable will be deceived.
MUSIGA has life insurance policy for members
Speaking on the GTV's Breakfast Show, Bessa Simons said MUSIGA has done so many good things since he became the Acting President. Mr. Simons also urged the youth to join MUSIGA. Responding to that, the host of the show, Valarie Danso said most musicians she has spoken to say members of MUSIGA don't even get royalties and because of that, they are not motivated to join. Mr. Bessa clarified by saying, MUSIGA does not do royalties.
Legalise ganja for the ghetto youth
Bukom Banku is calling on President Akufo-Addo to legalise marijuana. At a time where the new Inspector General of Police is making a statement, boxer Briamah Kamoko is demanding the president legalise marijuana also known as ganja. According to Bukom Banku, other countries such as America have legalized marijuana, hence the need for Ghana to follow suit.
Joe Mettle is humble despite his fame- Luigi Maclean
Talking about some things he has learnt from his boss within the years of working with him, he shared that he really admires his boss's humility despite his fame.
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The show is hosted by Mr. Samuel Obuobi Baah also known as 'Sammy Flex'. The show involves panel members who break issues to understanding in the entertainment industry. The show brings young talents for interviews to be known in the limelight.
An artiste should be identified easily
According to her, the kind of brand you want to portray as an artiste is very important because you need something you can easily be identified with aside your talent and your voice and that can be your look. So believes it's very important for every artiste to be identified easily because it helps grow their brand it makes them stand out. She urged all artistes to make it a point to be easily identified as it makes them stand out, be unique and plays a very important role in their career.
People are exalting pastors over God
According to him, it looks like people are beginning to forget that the pastors are only a medium to get to God and his word, and they are now exalting the pastors instead. This, he said, is an example of the things prophesied in the Bible to happen in the last days. Luigi clarified that it is not exactly the pastors in question but the members who are now giving God's glory and respect to their pastors. He noted that no matter what a pastor does in church or no matter how powerful he seems, it is not by his only strength and knowledge people need to remember where and from when the pastor derives his power from, which is God, and give the due respect to Him, not the pastor.
'My African Love reality show with Efia Odo' premieres December 19
The 10-episode reality show produced by Kobi Maxwell is starred by the Ghanaian actress who engages 14 men in a huge mansion with weekly evictions as she searches for true love. Speaking at a press briefing in Accra, Kobi Maxwell said that the reality show was a unique reality feature that will entertain movie lovers considering the characters. Efia Odo in her remarks at the presser revealed that the reality show was one of her favorite film features despite the stress that came along during long shooting sessions.
A prophetess told me I caused Major Mahama's public lynching
The said performance took place a day before the sad death of Major Maxwell Mahama. Disclosing the incident in a Twitter post, Eno said the prophetess accused her of causing the sad public lynching of Major Maxwell Mahama, a military officer, who was attacked by a mob at Denkyira Obuasi in 2019. The said performance by Eno Barony happened a day before the sad lynching of Major Maxwell Mahama.
I am still a scriptwriter- Actor Amankwah Ampofo reveals
According to him, scriptwriting is something he cannot stop doing because he enjoys doing it. Asked where his inspiration to write scripts comes from he noted that most of his writings are inspired by his life situations, family and things happening around him.
Ghana Police is working, but we must all play our part
In a tweet, the plain-spoken actress applauded the security agency for doing their work whilst asking subtly if the same applies to prominent figures who break the law. Lydia Forson believes that a working institution needs working people and has urged everyone to allow the law to take its course. Whilst some believe that the law is working, others have started a #FreeShattaWale hashtag calling for his release.
Medikal's arrest: Why brandishing a gun is a crime
Medikal has been arrested for brandishing a gun on social media. The 1972 Arms and Ammunition Act explains why brandishing a gun is a crime. From the arrest of Shatta Wale, to some three other members of his crew, to the arrest of one Prophet Stephen Kwesi Appiah of New Life Kingdom Chapel who had prophesied that the Dancehall musician would be shot and killed, another major arrest was made yesterday.
Court to hear Akuapem Poloo's appeal on October 25
She was subsequently granted bail by the High Court pending notice of appeal filed by Her lawyer Andrew Kudzo Vortia. The Defence Counsel Andrew Kudzo Vortia has since fulfilled all conditions precedent for the appeal of the appellant Akwapem Poloo. EIB Network's Court Correspondent Murtala Inusah has gathered that both parties have filed their respective addresses for the consideration of the High Court.
How an unidentified man tricked Piesie Esther
Piesie Esther reveals she sold water, bread before becoming a public figure. Gospel musician Piesie Esther has catalogued her rise to fame while detailing the struggles that punctuated her journey, including how an unknown man deceived her and made away with her bread. Narrating her story on 'Restoration With' Stacy', the famed musician disclosed that her family wallowed in abject poverty, a situation which compelled her father to relocate from Nsuta to Afram Plains for years without informing any member of the family. On how her musical journey began, Piesie Esther said although she had an interest in music from infancy, a meeting with gospel musician Georgia Agyei.