5 Ghanaian Male Celebrities Who Have Gone the Distance in Their Marriage

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Celebrity marriages all over the world are nothing to write home about. When it comes to weddings, you might be familiar with the phrase “till death do us part.” But not every couple is cut out to make it that far especially in the celebrity world. Most celebrities who are enjoying huge successes in their … Read more

Paa Kwesi Ndoum Asks GN Bank to Suspend Sponsorship Of Division One League

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Owner of GN Bank and the 2016 Presidential candidate of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) Papa Kwesi Nduom has told the management of the GN Bank to suspend its sponsorship for the Division One League after the first round of games. In a Facebook post on his official page, the outspoken owner of the bank … Read more

10 Things You Need to Know About the Billing Brawl Between PURC and ECG

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The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) has instructed the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), to suspend the implementation of their new billing software until further notice. A statement signed by the PURC’s Public Relations Director, Nana Yaa Jantuah, said the directive was necessitated following incessant by complaints by customers alleging over-billing on the part of … Read more

Prophets of Doom and the Incessant Deaths in the NPP

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Jake Obetsebi Lamptey
Jake Obetsebi Lamptey

“It seems to me most strange that men should fear seeing that death, a necessary end will come when it will come” -William Shakespeare.
After all living is but an expression of death. Irrespective of the above quote and many others, we can never get used to the idea of death. No matter how many deaths we see in a day, the thought of not seeing a parent, sibling or an acquaintance again sends chills down one’s spine.
Undoubtedly, death has made friends with the New Patriotic Party(Npp), and their recent list of “fallen soldiers” is evident.
The party had to unwillingly nibble on a bile when their Mp for Abuakwa North, JB Danquah Adu was gruesomely murdered in the comfort of his home. Then came the death of their former agriculture minister, Ernest Akubuor Debrah.
Death showed it face again and made Jake Obetsebi Lamptey, the party’s former chairman one of its many possessions. The party’s recent loss, the death of the Abetifi MP Peter Wiafe Peprah stirred an uproar and brought to bare the many laments Ghanaians had swallowed. And as usual people have ascribed spiritual connotations to these many death.
Throwback to March of this year, the founder and general overseer of The Glorious Word Ministry International, Rev. Owusu-Bempah, revealed that the opposition party NPP would suffer far worst than the death of Jake if they sit with their hands sunk in-between their thighs. 

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NBA playoffs 2016: Curry Inspires Warriors to Game 5 win

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The Golden State Warriors managed to keep themselves in the NBA Play-offs with a narrow win over Oklahoma City Thunder. Stephen Curry scored 31 points, raising his arms in the early moments to fire up Golden State’s raucous crowd, and the defending champions staved off elimination with a 120-111 victory over the Thunder on Thursday … Read more

10 Fun Facts You Don't Know About Bukom Banku | He Has 11 Children + MORE

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Braimah Isaac Kamoko also known as Bukom Banku has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately. Here are ten things you probably didn’t know about him. 1. He is a Ghanaian professional boxer with an undefeated record of 28-0-0 who rose to prominence by winning a bronze medal in the Heavyweight 1999 … Read more

The Rains Have Just Started in Ghana | People Are About to Die & Properties Destroyed

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Rains in Accra
Rains in Accra

“The rains have destroyed a lot of our properties. We have to throw away a lot of our carpets and dresses. We really need help. We have had to sleep in the open. We have not slept at all”. These are the words of Lydia Antwi, a resident of Mallam, a suburb of Accra affected by the recent downpour in the capital.
One would think considering the number of lives lost and properties destroyed during the rainy season last year, something would be done to alleviate the casualties this year. Sadly, that isn’t the case. We are back to square one.
We saw heavy machinery being used here and there after last year’s disaster. We were told work has commenced to prevent another disaster. Even that, like all other projects in the country, was marred by controversy.

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President Mahama’s Kaakaamotobi Economy | Ghana is Almost A Failed State

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President Mahama and Vice
President Mahama and Vice

If we did not hear the loud thumping of the rains on our roofs, can we say we did not see the wet ground when we stepped out? I woke up to this headline “Mahama’s ‘kaakaamotobi’ economy scaring investors not me-Bawumia” and I sunk in self-pity.
I am not here to single out my political affiliations but to vent out the frustrations I have allowed to make home in me. The political feud between the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) becomes relentless with each passing tick of the clock.
Apparently the Vice-Presidential candidate for the opposition Dr Mahamudu Bawumia is at it again.  Dr Bawumi has been on the throat of the ruling government with respect to how retrogressive the country’s economy is functioning and he isn’t far from the truth.
Ghana, the country that was the star of the African rising story, the toast of the international development committee and the benchmark of other African countries now drowns in debt with its populace singing dirges as they wake up each morning dying a little lot more.

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Accra’s Naysayers | My Nasty Encounter With An Annoying ‘Trotro’ Preacher

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Trotro Preacher
Trotro Preacher

Waking up at the sleeping hours of dawn, and being interrupted just when you are about to peak orgasm; I couldn’t tell which is excruciating though given the chance I would opt for the former.
What could make one beat themselves with such thought is a probable question that is running through our readers mind; so beneath is what prompted the thought.
The influx of these preacher men, Evangelist or whatever names they’ve earned for themselves is just intolerable if you ask me. Is waking up at dawn just to continue with our endless “hustle” not a laden painful enough to bear?
Though I am an inconsistent victim of these supposed men of God, I promised myself to keep mute and swallow the bitter pill in silence. My recent encounter however ticked my livid box.

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Unconventional Pleasures | Breaking Society’s S*xual Bondage

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From: BrutallyUncensored.Com | Visit for MORE
“Do you know what I’ve been thinking about since I came”? That was all it took to bring my impatiently rising libido to a halt. Before I could affirm or otherwise to the question, I felt his lips nibbling on mine.
It took me shorter than a blink to respond to the nectar that was being fed to me. Who could even say no to lips that adorn deliciousness in bold? His caresses tamed the anxiety I have harboured. I pulled away playing coy only for me to inadvertently pounce on him like a lion who lives on a desert.
One thing of course led to the other as he deliberately slide into me, thrusting deeper with every breath. Seconds passed into what seemed like forever as the humping became rhythmic. Magic was being worked on me as dude touched spots that I never knew could react to any sort of stimuli.
With just a heartbeat stroke, dude “opened sesame” to me and I just knew I would make it in life. He had the penis that was divinely made to compliment my sensitive vag*na. I was left in a trance; all I could see was steam and what seemed like fog that had clouded the windshield.
I never thought I could be one of the many people who could actually find the insides of a car comfortable enough to make bed in it, let alone get laid. Maybe it is true that there is absolutely nothing exciting and endearing about bedroom sex anymore.
Although we are accustomed to it, I say conformity is the jailer of freedom and an enemy to growth. In the part of the world where the globe has situated me (Ghana), one is often chastised if they decide to behave and act contrary to the very norms society has clad in a palanquin.

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The Gospel of Ghanaian “MEN OF GOD” | Fellowship Has Lost Its REAL Value

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I could not tell the number God dialled to call these men of God and I am in no hurry to shove my sinful self to hell by bearing false witness. The emergence of men of God in to the Ghanaian society has not been a subject of utmost subtlety but for the obvious fear of being branded an anti- Christ of a sort, voices have been unwillingly shut to avoid any untoward aftermath.

The intrinsic motive behind fellowshipping these days in a Christian outfit stands to be questioned at all angles. How we got to this point in our lives I cannot begin to fathom because it is as if we woke up one day and it was this point in our lives.

I grew up in a home where attending church was as mandatory as the “smoking cause’s lung cancer” messages spread on a cigarette pack. Who could even ignore the ever chiming siren of the Presbyterian Church which though was calm was riveting enough to bring one’s marrows to full glee?

And one could tell just by the way the congregation related that there is love and solidarity. Unfortunately I cannot say that for the churches that are roaming in the streets of the country. Where there is a colossal gap between the rich and the poor due to the holier than thou nature of our so called pastors.

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Lesbianism Will Not Be Bad After All | Do Not Judge Ye That Chose That Path

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Black woman

From BrutallyUncensoted.Com

I may come across as a ‘woman Mandela’ of a sort, not fighting for freedom but advocating an act which society frowns upon. An act that my shrinking Christianity background has left me to believe the creator actually loathes. The truth is I am dismissing that possibility of the creator supposed hatred for the act but neither am I saying He rejoices in heaven when He watches the children created in an image of Him put up such an appalling show.

Society has taken it upon itself to create a ‘perfect picture’ when the issue of lesbianism is raised and the emotion they accrue this particular subject is becoming unnecessarily irrelevant.

Well I could not blame any soul because just like everybody else I had no contrary opinions.  I thought, no I believed lesbianism was a Doctorate in evilness, like it was the peak of all the evil things one could possibly imagine let alone live it.

It is either you are encapsulated by an evil deity that probably do not exist or you are stared with eyes that spells outcast in every language ; and the one that adds salt to potential injuries being the murmuring amidst the silly comments passed. Comments aimed at you yet delivered in a way that makes you question your sanity. In a grand scheme of things, such ridicules are not much of a surprise; it is just society trying to maintain a status quo and protect a reputation that exists only in our individual miniature heads.

I mean how a female conceived in the womb of another woman being sexually attracted to a kind of her own is a mental case. I know some of these female creations can be provocatively sexy and all that; to extremes where a look at another female leaves you licking your lips and getting wet at places that you never thought water could make a home. The God created Adam and Eve noise and the narrowing down of sex to animals; where people have comforted their sanctimonious conscience with animals even mating their unlike poles.

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The New Era of Daddies with Sugar | It’s All About the Wallet…

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When I say daddies with sugar, I don’t mean fathers walking the streets of the world with sugar all over them. When I say daddies with sugar, I don’t mean daddies who work in a sugar factory.

When I say daddies with sugar, I am talking about those descendants of Adam who have decided to be ‘extravagantly sweet.’

At a point in my years of growing up, the influx of sugar daddies in the lives of vibrant ladies was like ‘key soap’…nine out of ten houses was likely to have a bar of that soap lying somewhere so was these sugar daddies.

And lucky was anyone whose sister was in any of this illicit affair because you become a constant beneficiary to some of all that sweetness. It was actually an interesting sight watching these grown up men who could easily pass for grandfathers make silly faces and crack all sorts of unfunny jokes just to make you laugh; jokes they wouldn’t smile to themselves.

But times have changed and change couldn’t exempt the whole sugar daddy bit. Before the mere mention of a sugar daddy created a vivid mental picture of what to expect so before one meets one in the flesh, one knew exactly what to expect.

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