Good news for Ghanaian single men as former Deputy Minister of Communications under John Mahama’s administration ‘cries’ of being single and lonely.
Vicky Hammah in an interview with Mikki Osei Berko on TV3’s ‘After Hours’ show disclosed that she has been single and lonely for long and that she is now up for a relationship.
Uprising Ghanian singer signed to Lynx Entertainment record label, Eugene Marfo who is known by his stage name, Kuami Eugene has stated that he always makes sure the kind of music he releases becomes meaningful to his listeners.
The “Angela” hitmaker speaking in an interview with Mikki Osei Berko aka Master Richard on TV3’s After Hours show described his music as “good music.”
Moesha Budoung was roasted by Ghanaians a few weeks ago when her controversial interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on ‘Love and S*x’ popped up on social media.
Moesha stated the plain truth that Ghanaian women depend on men to make a living due to the country’s harsh economy–her generalization sparked a lot of controversies among Ghanaians.
No man of God has spoken about the armed robbery spree in Ghana yet but there’s a new doom prophecy that will see NPP crying and Ghana losing a First Lady according to Prophet Nigel Gaisie.
The Prophet is really making good use his fame as God’s chosen P.R.O so he’s dished out new prophecies to stay relevant in the business of speaking for Yaweh.
Ghanaian veteran actress, Maame Dokono known in real life as Grace Omaboe in a recent interview with Mikky Osei Berko on the ‘After Hours’ Show on TV3 stated that she groomed Shatta Wale, Asamoah Gyan and his brother Baffour Gyan through her show, ‘By The Fireside’ in the 90’s.
But Shatta Wale has debunked the claim by Maame Dokono, Shatta Wale says it is not true that he was the gong-gong beater in a play on ‘By The Fireside’ show.
Ghanaian veteran actress, Grace Omaboe affectionately called Maame Dokono has disclosed that she groomed Ghanaian celebrities such as Shatta Wale, Black Stars Captain Asamoah Gyan and his brother Baffour Gyan.
According to Maame Dokono, she nurtured all the above-mentioned stars through her show, ‘By The Fire Side’.
The controversy surrounding the legalization of homosexuality in Ghana is still hanging in the winds yet to be dropped. Remember President Nana Akufo Addo has hinted in an interview on Al-Jazeera that legalization of homosexuality is bound to happen in Ghana, even though most Ghanaians still do not believe its possibity.
There have been diverse opinions concerning the topic of homosexuality in Ghana and a lot of people have shared their opinions including celebrities.