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Wiyaala Reveals How She Lost Some Top Shows Due To Bad Press

Written by | December 11, 2018 | 0
Wiyaala Ghanaian Afro-pop artiste Wiyaala has revealed that she lost some international gigs a few times in the past. According to her, some negative publications about her caused her some gigs she was looking forward to play. Speaking at a master class for members of Arts & Tourism Writers Association of Ghana (ATWAG) on Thursday, December 6, 2018, she disclosed that international music fans read about what local media reports say about artistes before attending their concerts. She pleaded with the media to focus on the positive sides of stories about artistes than the negatives. “There’s so much about Wiyaala that the media can explore, apart from the ‘who are you dating’?” she said. At the master class, John Sherren, manager of Wiyaala, also stated that it is necessary

Moesha Boduong Is Damn Rich, See Her Latest Acquisition

Written by | December 11, 2018 | 0
Social Media slay queen and socialite Moesha Boduong has flaunted her curviness, ride, wardrobe and luxurious travels in the past. Now the hottie social media slayer has flaunted yet another of her valuables, and this time, it’s a landed property. In the latest post of Moesha, she poses in front of an uncomplete building spreading her arms in the air right before the facility. The caption that came with the photo read, “Grateful…God is good… Adjiringano landlady.” Moesha has been lambasted over the years for being popular for doing absolutely nothing except flaunting her curves on social media. She also came under serious attack for stating in her interview with American news giant, CNN, that Ghana’s economy is so bad women like herself have had to date married men to take care

Brong Ahafo: African Bicycle Contribution Foundation Distributes Its 340th Free Bamboo Bicycle

Written by | December 7, 2018 | 0
DORMAA AHENKRO, Ghana, Dec. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/Knowledge Bylanes — The U.S.-based African Bicycle Contribution Foundation (ABCF) recently distributed an additional 50 free bamboo bicycles, to under-resourced students in rural Ghana. This time, in its 11th distribution event, the Foundation contributed bicycles in the Dormaa District, Brong Ahafo Region, in Southwest Ghana. The Dormaa District distribution actually marks the second ABCF distribution in Brong Ahafo and brings the total number of bicycles contributed by the Foundation to 340. The Foundation’s fifth bicycle distribution event took place on July 26, 2017, in Amasu, in the same Brong Ahafo Region. According to Bernice Dapaah, the founder and CEO of the company, in Kumasi, Ghana, that manufactures the EcoRide bamboo

Kiddafest 2018 Comes Off This December!

Written by | November 24, 2018 | 0
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the National Theatre of Ghana. There has been a lineup of awesome events all year long and this December, a special version of one of its flagship programmes, “KIDDAFEST”, climaxes the celebrations. KIDDAFEST 2018 is going to be a three (3) day festival for children and performed by children. With the theme “Sustaining our cultural values”, this year’s festival will give children the opportunity to delve into selected Ghanaian cultures, research and develop an artistic performance or work that touches on cultural values that bonds us and promotes African personality. Each performing school will be allowed to select one of the ten (10) regions in Ghana, delve into their cultural heritage and use their findings to present a performance. The

Labourer Defiles Class Two Pupil

Written by | October 12, 2018 | 0
A twenty year-old labourer, Gideon Ntaah, has been remanded into police custody by the Enchi District Magistrate Court for allegedly defiling an 8-year-old class two girl. Although Ntaah was charged for defilement, his plea has not been taken and he would reappear in Court on Tuesday 16, October 2018. Prosecuting, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Ebenezer Anim Ofori, told the presiding judge, Mr Eric Baah Boateng, that the complainant, is the victim’s mother and she resides in the same compound house at Akuoboi, near Enchi with the accused person. According to him, the accused person’s wife often visited the complainant to watch television programmes in her living room. He said on September 21, this year, at about 1600 hours, the complainant was cooking in her kitchen and

Rawlings Is Angry

Written by | October 11, 2018 | 0
Former President Jerry John Rawlings Former President Jerry John Rawlings has apparently become incensed by the ongoing documentary by Multimedia News Channel, Joy News, on the killing of the three High Court judges and a retired army officer in the heat of the revolution in 1982. Last week, he promised to drop a ‘bombshell’ about the killings in the coming days, but it seems he cannot wait any longer. He posted on social media platform Twitter, on Tuesday that there is an attempt to ‘rehash’ and’re-cook’ history and described it as “vicious and callous political opportunism.” “We have rehashed and re-cooked history to make innocent people look murderous. And in the next breath using the same name to endorse yourselves, because Rawlings

Oppong Boanuh appointed Deputy IGP in latest police command changes

Written by | September 25, 2018 | 0
The police administration has reshuffled some of its Director Generals and filled the vacant position of Deputy Inspector General of Police (IGP) in the Command Structure. Graphic Online has gathered that the current Director General of Administration, Commissioner of Police (COP), Mr Oppong Boanuh has been appointed as the new Deputy IGP.   The Deputy IGP position which is part of the Police Service Regulations under C.I. 76, has been vacant for many years. Since the last Deputy IGP, Mohammed Alhassan was promoted as IGP, the Deputy IGP position has continued to remain vacant until now. Information Graphic Online has picked up indicates that other Director Generals who have been reshuffled are COP, Mr Prosper K. Agblorh, who is moving to Legal and Prosecution

Black Princesses Thrash Army Ladies 7-0 In Friendly Ahead Of FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup

Written by | July 23, 2018 | 0
Ghana’s female U-20 team, the Black Princesses whitewashed Army Ladies 7-0 in a friendly match ahead of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in France next month. Defender Ernestina Abambila and Olivia Anokye both scored a brace before Rafia Alhassan, striker Sandra Owusu Ansah and Grace Acheampong each got a goal apiece. The Black Princesses have been preparing ahead of the Mundial with low profile friendlies at the Ghanaman Soccer Center of Excellence. The game against Army Ladies in the last friendly for the side ahead of their Spain training tour. The Black Princesses are expected to leave Ghana for Spain on Wednesday, where they have lined up a couple of training matches. Ghana are in Group A together with host France, the Netherlands and New Zealand. Having been unable

Anita Akuffo Is Our ‘Style Crush Thursday’

Written by | July 19, 2018 | 0
Yes it’s a Thursday and so you know it is time for our style crush and today, we are crushing on this look TV presenter, Anita Akuffo is rocking. The raffle hand African print long top is absolute style goals and we love how she styled it up with a matching mini white skirt, and white strap heels. She is definitely serving slays goals and we are loving it. Check out how fine she is slaying tell us if you are crushing the look as much as we are. Background She is the host of Fashion GH TV show, Anita Akua Akuffo, has disclosed that her father is against what she does as TV Presenter and her involvement in show-business in general. According to Anita the lack of support from her dad is the reason why she has decided to dress decent and takes her appearance very serious so as not to bring shame

Cheap Chinese Tilapia, High Cost Of Production Collapsing Local Tilapia Business

Written by | July 19, 2018 | 0
Tilapia dealers at Akosombo and surrounding communities have raised concerns over the low patronage of locally produced Tilapia due to the influx of chinese ones which have dominated the Ghanaian market in recent times. The fish farmers disclosed this to journalists following government’s announcement of a ban on the importation of Tilapia into the country after the outbreak of a Tilapia virus in the country. In an interview, the farm manager at West African fish Ltd. Marc Towers, said Tilapia produced locally attracted local businesses as well as foreign investors but it’s patronage has reduced considerably in recent times due to the invasion of imported frozen Chinese Tilapia products into the Ghanaian market. He said” when we started eight years ago, it was