Forces that inspire technological ingenuity or creativity have been linked by some conspiracy theorists as having come from the marine world – and that, Ghana’s Apostle Kwadwo Safo, is no exception.
According to these theorists, all the luxurious, sparkling, charming, mesmerizing, and expensive cars, jewels, houses, fashion designs, etc. produced or manufactured on this earth, are old or antiquated forms of arts which are imported from the marine world to this earth for our usage. When they come here, we consider them new, but to those in the marine world, they are outdated.
The man Apostle Kwadwo Safo has manufactured many things – cars, fork lifters, TV sets, irons, consoles, etc. To operate some of his works, one has to clap or tickle the gadget and it starts working. His inventions have always beaten the imaginations of many Ghanaians – some have already questioned the force behind his innovations.
From my research, I gathered that there are seven planetary systems, which are also known as the subterranean heavens. The name of this place is called Bila-svarga (these planets are under water). There are very beautiful houses, gardens and places of sense enjoyment, which are even more opulent than those in the higher planets because the beings there – demons have a very high standard of sensual pleasure, wealth and influence.
Most of the residents of these planets, who are known as Daityas, Dānavas and Nāgas, live as householders. Their wives, children, friends and society are all fully engaged in illusory, material happiness.
The sense of enjoyment of the demigods in the higher planets is sometimes disturbed, but the residents of these planets under the waters enjoy life without disturbances. Thus they are understood to be very attached to illusory happiness.
In Bila-svarga there is a great demon named Maya Dānava, who is an expert artist and architect. He has constructed many brilliantly decorated cities. There are many wonderful houses, walls, gates, assembly houses, temples, yards and temple compounds, as well as many hotels serving as residential quarters for foreigners – earthly beings. (more…)
It is sad some people in showbiz or the creative industry in Ghana, enter into politics and compromise their conscience and principles – thereby disappointing their fans and the nation at large.
Most times, people in Ghana’s showbiz industry don’t care much about political, social, religious, commerce and other non-entertainment issues that become public discourse or of public concern. Nonetheless, the very issues regarding the above mentioned disciplines have either positive or negative impact on every living creature in the country.
For instance, Ghana’s legislators (Parliament) were unanimously about to pass the Bio Safety Act to make room for Genetically Modified Foods popularly known as GM Foods in Ghana and some people in the creative arts industry, advocated against this…
In other jurisdictions, celebrities advocate for social and humanitarian issues – damn the consequence. They don’t limit their involvement in their societies to only showbiz matters. Revered TV presenter, entrepreneur and actress, Oprah Winfrey, endorsed and supported Obama to become President of America.
However, she denounced and renounced herself from Obama – after the latter welcomed the US Supreme Court’s decision to strike down a law that denied the recognition of same-sex marriages. I respected Oprah for that gesture!
In the year 2012 general elections, it was reported that well over 30 Ghanaian celebrities formed a group known as Celebrities For Mahama CFM, campaigned for the current government to maintain power. Some names that became very popular were: John Dumelo, Abeiku Santana, Kalsium Sinare, Mr. Beautiful, etc.
Ghana is now going through tough times and none of these celebrities have gathered courage to censor the government – with that same star-power they campaigned for the government to come into office. What even annoys me is that though it is abundantly clear they campaigned for the ruling government; they still claim they are not part of the ruling government’s party. (more…)
Air travel is becoming very scary all around the world as plans continue to get lost in the air or crash—in large numbers. Today, a passenger jet which vanished from radar over northern Mali in West Africa is reported by Algerian aviation official to have crashed…
Two French fighter jets are currently in the air searching for the Air Algerie plane which was carrying 110 passengers and six crew.
The Flight AH5017 is owned by Spanish private airline Swiftair and operated by Air Algerie. Swiftair said the aircraft took off from Burkina Faso at 1.17am local time and was supposed to land in Algiers at 5.10am local time but never reached its destination.
The plane was travelling from Burkina Faso’s capital Ouagadougou to the Algerian capital Algiers when it vanished around 50 minutes into the flight.
It is reported that, the on board pilot asked for permission to change route because of a sand storm just 20 minutes into the flight—and that was it… (more…)
It’s been ages since I recorded an episode of the RUNUP show and this is due to the fact that I am writing a lot (leaving me with no time to record) and also, because I am trying to grow the biggest Afro in town, I want to stay off cameras…
All the same, the two videos of alleged University/College students’ hanky panking in bent over style, which started circulating yesterday, have brought me out of my shell—to talk about these videos and how stupidly some guys behave.
Taking cameras into the bedroom has lost it taboo status, it has in fact become the new IT and even though you wouldn’t want to believe it, a lot more people are recording their private enterprises—more than you know.
I stand for the case that, no one should secretly record his or her partner—and even when consent is granted for a recording to take place, the consent must live on with the tape, FOREVER.
No one has the right to subject his or her current/ex-partner to any form of ridicule by leaking or being so irresponsible or reckless with private videos. To have a clear mind, even if for the fun of it you decide to record such an enterprise, get it deleted thereafter, as some of these men (I call them villains) can’t be left with these videos.
You know what; I had a lot to say on this, so watch the video below. I hear the girls are threatening to kill themselves—-which is really bad.
And you better fall in love with my slowly growing Afro hair!
I do not know the grounds on which her lawsuit will be but resigned/stripped off Miss Ghana 2013-Guissepina Baafi is ready to take Inna Patty and her Exclusive Events Ghana on, and if they don’t do as she wants, she intends to drag their butts into the court room.
Probably, she can hold a case in defamation (both libel and slander) for false statement of fact published by Inna Patty and Exclusive Events Ghana about her person which has lowered her “in the estimation of right-thinking members of society.”
Even beyond that, she could have a claim in Contract Law if there have been any repudiation or breach of contract. And she also says, she intends to go for injunction against Exclusive Events Ghana to prohibit them from searching for a new Queen which will halt Ghana’s participation in the 2014 Miss World competition. I am not sure what her grounds for injunction will be too…
But before Guissepina Baafi hits the court to take the organizers of Miss Ghana on, she is first seeking for out of court settlement—and all she wants is for Inna Patty and Exclusive Events Ghana to come out retract the official statement as well as retract some of the comments passed by the organizers on different media platforms regarding the reasons why they claim to have stripped her off, Razz Newspaper reports…. (more…)
For this one, I am not going to descend hard on Hannah Tetteh for two reasons; first, the person in the homemade p*rn video is alleged to be her son and not confirmed—yet. Secondly, I do not want to be the next Edward Snowden or be barred from entering Ghana—at least not yet.
Surely, I can argue Freedom of Speech if that happens by putting together about 50 of my law school friends but by the time I am allowed into the country through the various Court systems, I would be wearing grey hair…
For those who are not aware, a video of two alleged university students fiercely hanky panking in a car is circulating around, and the boy giving the back shot to the full hilarity of the bent over girl is alleged to be the son of Ghana’s Foreign Minister-Hannah Tetteh.
Social media has been buzzing with several Ghanaians tweeting at Hanna Tetteh and calling her out—and most of these people are upset because, Hannah Tetteh made a mockery of the recent #OccupyFlagstaffHouse Protest. And this seems like the perfect time to talk back at her, riding on what many see as a family disgrace, brought by her son.
I have already gotten about 150 people asking me on Whatsapp to send the video to them, come on guys, you do not have to really see this! They made a big mistake…
Check below for what people are saying on twitter… (more…)
Rapper Tiny and wife Tiny have not been having it easy these past months, as rumours keep circulating surrounding a possible affair involving Tiny and Boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather Jnr.
Things came to a head last month when T.I got in a brawl with Mayweather in Las Vegas, and got even worse last week when Mayweather is reported to have said “he slept with the bitch” (Tiny). The boxer later clarified his statements, claiming he was saying T.I thinks he slept with the bitch.
T.I just released a song, Stay, and a few of the lyrics could be described as holding double meaning, though never referring to Tiny specifically by name.
“Man after everything we will never be the same; Man I’m tired of telling lies, know you sick of playing games. I remember you got a tattoo, put my name on it” T.I raps
“And you can’t say that I ain’t changed your whole life since we met that day. And when we get it right, God bless that day. But until then, shawty, I just pray”
Tameka ‘Tiny’ Harris released her own track, a video entitled “What the fuck You Gon Do?”, which she posted on Youtube. A laid back RnB tune, some of the lines and scenes however could make a careful observer think twice, and wonder if Tiny is sending out a message of her own? (more…)
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, today announced that its printers and Multi-function Printers (MFPs) have won seven awards for Outstanding Achievement at the Buyers Laboratory (BLI) 2014 Summer Pick Awards. The Xpress C1810/1860 series, M2835/2885 series, and the MultiXpress CLX-8640/8650 series were all recognized for their superior performance in the printing category.
“Samsung’s Printing solutions are designed to drive productivity and efficiency so we are delighted that BLI has recognized our commitment to creating innovative products that meet changing business needs” said David SW Song, Senior Vice President of Strategic Marketing and Sales, Printing Solutions at Samsung Electronics.
Samsung recognized for superior product performance
In the hardware sector, five Samsung printers and MFPs were recognized for Outstanding Achievement. This includes the Xpress C1810/1860 series released earlier this year, which received the award for the Outstanding Personal Color Printer and MFP. With its full-color touchscreen, the device is able to simplify any printing task such as scanning, copying or downloading. (more…)
Ghanaian hiplife-musician Castro De Destroyer, real name Theophilus Tagoe has been gone for over two weeks and many people including myself have pronounced him dead, though, his body has not been found.
I’ve heard the arguments which stand that, you do not pronounce a person dead until a body is found and I am aware of the common law principle which states, inter alia that, a missing person can only be pronounced legally dead after 7 years—-and this is where there is evidence pointing to the fact that the person was subjected to a particular peril, unless his disappearance can be otherwise explained. But as always, there are key exceptions.
The above means a missing person should be assumed alive unless there is enough strong evidence indicating otherwise—and though such evidence does not exist in Castro’s case, we all have lost hope and have pronounced him dead (in mind and with our lips).
Nevertheless, there are certain people who are still of the view that, Castro is alive—and interestingly, these people are his close family and friends.
The above sounds like a case of having lost something you so much cherish and therefore, the shock having clouded your judgment, making it particularly difficult to come to terms with the fact that you’ve lost that thing for good. We’ve all experienced this before, in relationships, properties and in persons.
I believe Castro’s people are facing the above human state of mind—difficult to let go when it is really gone. But conversations I’ve had with several industry persons in the last few days and from what I’ve heard, there is still some good chance that Castro De Destroyer is not dead, perhaps, hiding in a hotel somewhere, scratching his head over how to “acceptably” come out.
Definitely, if Castro re-appears today unhurt or without any well thought of story to tell, people will go fuming, including myself and probably, the law will even find a charge for his butt—not for just being stupid but for breaking a substantive law of the State.
Now, I am sure you want to know what I’ve been hearing and the sort of credibility I’ve personally accorded these stories, though, I remain part of the many who think it will be a 21st century miracle for Castro to re-appear. (And remember when it comes to miracles, I perfectly agree with David Hume’s explanation in ‘An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding’). (more…)
Over the many years I’ve spent living in Ghana, I’ve come across a number of ill-fated things which do not portray majority of workers as professionals in their respective fields. If it’s not about a Chief Executive Officer abusing office to satisfy his/her selfish desires; then it will probably be that service provider throwing insults at his/her clients.
The list can go on and on till day break. Among all these unfortunate things within many professions, I feel extremely saddened at heart when I come across law enforcers who do not abide by the laws they put into effect.
In Ghana, the Ghana Police Service is the main law enforcement agency. The Police Service sees to it that all residents in Ghana abide by the laws that have been put in place. On many occasions, I’ve bumped into certain officials of the Ghana Police Service who treat the law as garbage.
Here in Ghana for instance, the Police arrest commercial and private drivers who stop at unauthorised places either to pick passengers or to alight them. Among other things, they are expected to apprehend motorists who do not wear helmets when riding motorbikes.
It came as a complete shock to me when two Policemen stopped a public transport which I was on board. At that particular instant, I thought they were on tour of duty inspecting drivers’ license. To my utmost surprise, they wanted to board the car as well. Even though there was a bus stop ahead, the Policemen chose to board the car at a place where they would have arrested the driver for picking up passengers.
My friend who was with me started complaining about the unprofessional behaviour of the Policemen, yet, they refused to pay heed to what my friend was saying. I guess it was out of guilt that made them not respond to the ranting of my friend. (more…)
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