A broken-hearted Ghanaian taxi driver has murdered his girlfriend after she painfully dumped him. The taxi driver reportedly could not handle the pain of paying for this lady’s education through teacher training college only for her to dump him after graduating. In retatliation, he killed her and then committed suicide himself. According to the story … Read more
Some of these Ghanaian uprising artistes should just shut the ‘hell’ up and focus on producing some hit songs for their fans to enjoy and stop moving from media houses to spew stuff they cannot prove. Cape Coast sensational singer eShun has granted an interview on Okay FM claiming most Ghanaian musicians resort to ‘juju’ to get hit songs and so WHAT?
This is the last month of the year 2017 and a lot of mysterious and unfortunate incidents are bound to happen, from car accidents, deaths in swimming pools and in nightclubs to mysterious deaths. An unfortunate incident has happened to a middle-aged woman travelling from Fosu in the Central Region to Takoradi in the Western Region leaving her two-year-old baby behind.
Yaa Pono and Shatta Wale have cowardly bump heads into each other’s unfriendly zone and though fans from both sides are fueling the feud it doesn’t look like it will actually escalate as ‘beef‘ lovers want or suspects.
The Miss World team, led by Executive Chairwoman of the Miss World organization Julia Morley has paid a courtesy call on the Central Regional Minister Ama Benyiwa Doe. The visit formed part of a five-day working visit by the delegation, which also includes Miss World 2011 Ivian Sarcos and her two runner-ups Miss Puerto Rico and Miss England to Ghana, to support the Beauty With a Purpose project by Miss Ghana 2010 Stephanie Karikari. The team were welcomed by some queen mothers of the traditional area including Nana Ama Amissah of the Mankessim traditional area, Nana Aba Afariwa III, Nana Esi Gyasiwaa, some regional executives of the NDC and Kwame Oppong, Secretary to the Regional Minister.
BET 2011 nominee for the Best International Act and Ghana Music Award 2011 Hip Hop Song of the Year winner with ‘Get On Da Dance Floor’, D-Black’s ongoing “Yes Boss” tour hit the Garden City, Kumasi last Saturday to mesmerize the thousands of fans at the Prempeh Assembly Hall. Other artists present to support … Read more