The claim that when you give money to the church, be it tithes or offering, you give the money to God is simply stupid and does not even pass for a metaphor. God does not spend cedis or dollars–neither does he have a bank account in Israel where all the monies collected by churches are deposited for him to use in heaven.
Osei Kwame Despite’s first son, Kennedy and his wife-Tracy, who recently had an expensive wedding in Accra are reported to have flown off to Dubai this afternoon for their honeymoon—and some lame Ghanaians are trashing them for their decision to fly in economy class. How many times must these two prove to anyone that they … Read more
People will always be single because there is not an equal proportion of men and women looking for a relationship at any point in time at all locations. However, certain people will always be single for lack of confidence and their lack of preparedness to go for what they want. Over the years, I have … Read more
In today’s episode of ‘in Conversation with Chris-Vincent’, a married Ghanaian woman-Akua who had an amazing lesbian relationship with another Ghanaian married woman shares her experience, reason and why she chose to have an affair with another woman outside her marriage. In the about an hour conversation, Akua talks about meeting her lesbian partner on … Read more
Marriage, they say is not a journey for the faint-hearted and it’s not a joke. Two broken Ghanaian women talk about their marriages—and share shocking pains they’ve gone through in the hands of Ghanaian men. Herty who lives in Spintex, Accra, has been married for 7 years (and dated her husband for 7 years before … Read more
Yesterday, a British-Nigerian friend of mine visited me at home together with another mutual friend, a Ghanaian, to brainstorm on pockets of business ideas we intend to execute this year. The Ghanaian friend is an Apostle Safo Kantanka fanatic. After discussing the main issues which had brought us together, he showed us a video that … Read more
I used to find the credulity of Ghanaian Christians offensive, but now I find it utterly disgusting such that writing about it even upsets my being. 2019 has ended under the Gregorian calendar and under the Chinese Lunar calendar we are still in the 7 Twelfth Month 2019 (ji-hai)—year of the pig. Last night, illiterate … Read more
One of my latest clients from Ghana brought to me an interesting case—which within 3 weeks, I have gotten it resolved, with the Home Office overturning an initial visa refusal and granting her the UK visitor’s visa she applied for. This client visited the UK some years ago when she was a University student. Since … Read more
Following my recent article in which I argued that it will be insane for anyone to expect Ghanaians to consume locally produced rice solely because they are cultivated in Ghana and not because of how healthy, how good they taste and their selling prices—a seller of Ghana Rice has commented that her customers returned the … Read more
Political Ghana is mad, and yet it receives unfettered support from the same people it takes for granted. My recent visit to Ghana re-affirmed my long-held view that Ghana will not get any better. I stayed at Cantonments, just a minute or less from the American Embassy, in one of those super-expensive gated communities. And … Read more
About 8 years ago while Nana Aba Anamoah was at TV3, her then best friend, Frema Ashkar, who until recently was Kwabena Kwabena’s bedroom doll, dragged her to a juju woman—to destroy her, we’ve been told. Yesterday, Nana Aba Anamoah picked the RTP Personality of the Year 2018-2019 award together with another. And the morning … Read more
Over the years, as the Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com, the leading Ghanaian Entertainment and Celebrity focused blog, I’ve been struggling as to how to maintain the so many celebrity friends I’ve come to reluctantly make without them not somewhat influencing what my blog can publish, especially about them. READ ALSO: Nana Aba Anamoah’s Reply to this … Read more
Foreign and international students in the U.K will now be allowed to stay behind in the country and work for up to two years after graduating from university. The new policy is an extension to the previous policy which allowed only a four-month stay post studies and is designed to boost the appeal of the … Read more
I try to avoid the Ghana High Commission in the UK because of the simple fact that anytime you visit, it reminds you, in a highly cruel albeit true manner, why Ghana is swimming in a pool of relapse, corruption and in ineptitude. In fact, the staff at the High Commission are quintessential Ghanaian civil servants; rude, unhelpful and have this belligerent sense of doing you a favour when you are paying them for a job.
They call it poaching or jumping the ship. I call it media prostitution—and Berla Mundi’s move from EiB, a place which undoubtedly made her and which she called home, once again reminds us that Ghanaian Journalists and TV Presenters have no drop of loyalty in their blood. Over the years, we’ve seen several media personalities surprisingly … Read more