This Is Not Normal – Mzbel, Cwesi Oteng and Other Ghanaian Celebrities Express Concern Over Behaviour of ‘Suicidal’ Moesha Boduong

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Many Ghanaian celebrities have expressed genuine concern about the recent lifestyle of actress Moesha Boduong. Moesha Boduong, who looked classy and fashionable, has now been reduced to a wretched looking lady. Recent videos seen online saw the actress dressed like a street beggar with dirty clothes and preaching to some construction workers. READ ALSO: VIDEO: … Read more

Cwesi Oteng reveals Harrowing Story of How His Kids Were Once Kidnapped

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Gospel musician Cwesi Oteng has revealed the harrowing story of how his children were once kidnapped.

According to him, the kids were taken whilst at school by a mad woman. Luckily for him, they were found mere hours later but it was a traumatic experience all the same.

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It’s A Decision I Sometimes Regret — Cwesi Oteng On Endorsing Nana Akufo-Addo in 2016

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In the run-up to every election, there are celebrities who come out and endorse politicians in the hope of trying to get them to win.

The number of them who did so in 2016 was uncountable and Cwesi Oteng is one of those. He threw his entire support behind Nana Addo and in the end, the NPP candidate won and became President of Ghana on 7th January, 2017.

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(SEE PHOTOS) Thousands Throng ICGC For Ohemaa Mercy’s 2018 Tehillah Experience

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Here, we are going to share with you some of the amazing pictures taken from the event that took place at the International Central Gospel Church last Sunday, 12th August 2018.
The event which marked the 5th edition of Ohemaa Mercy’s Tehilla Experience saw the likes of Elder Mireku, Cecy Twum, Moses OK, Francis Amo and American singer, Juanita Bynum billed to a stage time of 10 minutes each.

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By Now Nana Addo Has Regrets Over Inviting Shatta Wale To The Flagstaff House – Cwesi Oteng

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Shatta Wale And Nana Addo

Shatta Wale’s notoriety has increased from 200km/h to about 999km/h ever since he was invited to Flagstaff House by Ghana’s President.
Weeks after the visit, he waged a war against Nigerians and some popular acts from the Sister Country using all sort of abusive words and d*ss songs to describe them.

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Shatta Wale Must Honour Samini The Father Of Gh Dancehall Else A New Star Will Rise And Disrespect Him Too – Cwesi Oteng

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Samini, Bola Ray and Shatta Wale in August 2017

The two rival dancehall acts are somehow reviving their beef again and Cwesi Oteng has bemoaned Shatta Wale to be mindful of what comes out of his ‘gbe naabu’ and respect Samini no matter what the case may be today.
According to the Gospel musician, Samini is one notable musician who introduced the dancehall genre in Ghana and was persistent and consistent with it leading it to be an attractive thing before the Kinds of Wale jumped into it.

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Nicholas Omane Achaempong Begs For Forgiveness For Counsellor Lutterodt

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Controversial counsellor George Lutterodt recently criticized some gospel musicians, describing them as irrelevant in the industry and so far, they have struck back with their own criticisms.
One of those dissed, Omane Achaempong, has however begged God to forgive Lutterodt because ‘he doesn’t know what he’s doing’.

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Counsellor Lutterodt Backtracks On Attacks Against Gospel Artists

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Counsellor George Lutterodt has retreated just a little from his attacks against three top gospel singers in Ghana, after claiming they were irrelevant and only adding up to the numbers in Ghana music.
Speaking on Hitz Fm to address the immense criticism his comments are drawing, Lutterodt pulled back and said he didn’t mean the artists themselves have become irrelevant.

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Cwesi Oteng Hits Back At 'Liddle Wacko' Counsellor Lutterodt

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Cwesi Oteng has channelled his favourite foreign leader President Donald Trump by fashioning out a twitter insult for an ‘enemy’, Counsellor George Lutterodt.
Lutterodt hit out at Oteng and other gospel musicians in a recent interview, saying they are wasting their time in the gospel industry.

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Cwesi Oteng Takes A Debut Acting Role In New Movie [Watch Trailer]

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Has Cwesi Oteng found a new flourishing career? As George Quaye earlier this year accused the singer of having a dead music career which he (Cwesi Oteng) wanted to thrive on dissing him (George Quaye) to resurrect, during the lead up Gospel-Artistes-bribery brouhaha to the 2017 VGMAs.

The Award winning Gospel Musician has been cast for a new movie titled ‘Seasons In A Vow’. This marks the first time the singer is taking such challenge to be a cinema star.

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Cwesi Oteng Charges Gospel Musicians Not To Charge Less Than $25,000 To Perform At Ghana @ 60 Concert

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The gospel fraternity in Ghana are not in a great frame of mind, after it was announced that the Ghana @ 60 Concert would be headlined by US gospel singer Don Moen.

The decision has sparked debate over the sidelining of local talent to bring in a foreigner to headline such a crucial national celebration and needless to say, gospel artists are far from happy.

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Cwesi Oteng And George Quaye Exchange Disgusting Insults On Live Radio Over Bribery Saga

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Cwesi Oteng For Award

Gospel Artiste Cwesi Oteng has angrily left some unexpected ballistic words for George Quaye live on Okay Fm.

GhanaCelebrities.com earlier reported about the feud between Cwesi Oteng and George Quaye who is the P.R.O of Charter House.

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Cwesi Oteng Calls George Quaye ‘Stupid’ For Saying Gospel Artists Pay The Most Bribes To Get Nominated For VGMA

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blankGospel artist Cwesi Oteng is furious with Communications Director for CharterHouse, George Quaye, for some remarks he made concerning gospel artists in the country.

Quaye, whose organisation CharterHouse organises the annual Music Awards scheme, had claimed on a program that gospel artists even pay bribes more than other genres to get a nomination on the show.

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Akrobeto Will Certainly Become The Speaker Of Parliament One Day – Diamond Appiah

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Diamond Appiah has made a ‘prophecy’ of her own concerning the political future of actor Akrobeto, saying that he would one day become Speaker of Ghana’s Parliament.

Diamond’s amazing prophecy is in response to one by gospel singer Cwesi Oteng, who said John Dumelo would one day be President of Ghana.

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Cwesi Oteng ‘Prophesies’ – John Dumelo Would Be President Of Ghana One Day

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Gospel singer Cwesi Oteng, who endorsed NPP flagbearer Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in the just ended elections, has given out an interesting ‘prophesy’ this New Year.

According to the singer, actor John Dumelo is a surefire bet for President of Ghana sometime in the future.

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Gospel Artiste, Cwesi Oteng Says Majid Mitchel Looks Like Jesus And That Is Okay

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cwesi-otengThese past weeks has seen actor Majid Mitchel taking up the mantle of the creator to propagate the gospel—many have received and accepted his new phase of call.
Many are also skeptic when the subject is raised, he has received his fair share of the backlashes and shade throwing as well.

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Cwesi Oteng Explains Why He Endorses Nana Akuffo-Addo – Says The 'Better Ghana' We Were Promised Has Been A Mirage

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Cwesi Oteng over the weekend endorsed the flag bearer of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo, for office of the President.
Cwesi Oteng, in a post on twitter, noted that he thinks the country needs a breath of fresh air.

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Gospel Singer Cwesi Oteng Endorses Nana Akufo Addo For December Polls

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Gospel artist Cwesi Oteng has endorsed the flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nana Akufo Addo for the forthcoming December 7 elections. The “I Win” singer took to his Twitter account to declare his support for Nana Addo. “I would like to show my support for @NAkufoAddo and to fully endorse him to be … Read more

UK High Commissioner To Ghana- Jon Benjamin Challenges Obinim To Transform Into A Snake On Live TV

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Obinim is probably reaping all the publicity he hoped this stunt would bring him, as well as the gullible new followers that would also generate.
Obinim recently revealed to Ghanaians his ability to transform into animals like a snake, and bite people to death. Most people have condemned him for saying that, although most actually believe he can do it, just that it does not befit a ‘man of God’ to be doing that.

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Gospel Singer Cwesi Oteng Jumps To Obinim’s Defence Over Snake Powers Revelation: ‘Those Slandering Him Are Satanic’

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Bishop Daniel Obinim

Ghanaians recently found out Bishop Obinim had extra-terrestial powers that enable him to turn into snakes and lions whenever he wants- although he says those powers come from Jesus.
His comments have drawn condemnation from Ghanaians, both Chrisitians and non-Chrisitians alike. However, one person who disagrees with the criticisms is gospel singer Cwesi Oteng.

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Gospel Musicians ‘Fighting’ Over Awards; Are They In for Evangelism As They Claim Or For The Fame?

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Three female gospel musicians were sharing their stories about how they started their journey into gospel music among others. One very notable question the presenter asked was the rewards/benefits/monetary gains that come with being a gospel singer.

The answer each of them gave was quite the same, and it got me thinking, to quote (not word for word though) “We don’t sing for the money, it is our way of evangelism. The way a pastor or individuals will draw people to Christ through sharing the word of God, we do ours through music ministry. It’s doing God’s work.” If I say I believed them, I will be lying big time, but hey………

The recent happenings between gospel musicians Nicholas Omane Acheampong and Cwesi Oteng somehow does not reflect singing as a form of ‘evangelism’ and ‘not for money’ slogan the gospel artistes are making us to believe.

The hullabaloo started after the Ghana Music Awards 2013 nominations were announced. One party says they deserve the artistes of the year but not the other. The ‘issue’ was even discussed and dissected on various radio stations in Ghana with one claiming his song is more popular and widely accepted than the other.

Nicholas Omane Acheampong, on Peace Fm’s Entertainment Review made strong claims that his song was far popular in Ghana than that of Cwesi, “I do not have a problem with the young man at all. You can go out there and compare Zaphenath Panea’ album to ‘Mercy Project’ album and tell me which is selling.

If you start from the North of Ghana right down to the South, everyone knows my ‘Zaphenath Panea song but with Cwesi, I don’t think if you go beyond Greater Accra where people know him and his songs…Yet he was nominated for Artiste of the Year and Album of the Year categories. Go to the market and ask for Cwesi Oteng’s album. You would either not get it, or find it in very few stores, yet he was nominated for Artiste of the Year and Album of the Year.”

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Cwesi Oteng Grabs Multiple Africa Gospel Music Award Nominations

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Hot on the heels after having a new baby boy, sensational Contemporary Ghanaian gospel artiste, Cwesi Oteng, who is making huge waves on the Ghanaian music scene and beyond, is gunning for this year’s Africa Gospel Music Awards (AGMA) slated for Saturday, 7th July, at the Hippodrome in London.
The 2011 Ghana Gospel Industry Awards’ New Artiste of the Year, 2011 Vodafone-4Syte TV MVA winner of Best Gospel Video and 2011 Africa Gospel Music Awards nominee for Discovery of the Year and Best Gospel Video of the Year categories disclosed his excitement about receiving multiple nominations in this year’s AGMA over the weekend.
“I am excited that my creativity has once again been recognized by AGMA and it’s humbling to daily receive congratulations messages from friends and fans on the nominations received. It will definitely be a good feeling to win a couple of the categories if not all but I salute the works of all nominated and wish everyone the very best. I pray this recognition and eventual win will urge everyone especially young people to aspire to use their gifts to positively influence society and serve their generation and God faithfully,” Cwesi commented.

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