Recently a self acclaimed ‘Prophetess’ came out with a warning concerning Sarkodie, claiming that if he does not change his ways he’s bound to end up like Castro.
She claimed Sarkodie is a member of the Illuminati and should change his ways and accept God or face the worst.
The Director General of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, Dr Kwame Akuffo Anoff-Ntow, has been ordered to proceed on indefinite leave.
Dr Anoff-Ntow infamously wrote to the Chief Justice asking for special courts to be set up to prosecute Ghanaians who fail to pay their tv licence fees, a request which was granted and the courts set up.
GBC announced that nobody would be prosecuted for not paying their tv licence fee on Wednesday, leading Ghanaians to heave a huge sigh of relief that the crazy levy had been dropped.
Whilst some are merely relieved, Afia Schwarzenegger is mocking the national broadcaster over the embarrassing turn of events.
The Board of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) has directed its management to refrain from prosecuting any Ghanaian who fails to pay the tv licence fee, citing the immense public opposition brewing against the move.
GBC has never been a darling of Ghanaians and this tv licence saga has made the company even more unpopular than it used to be, a complete PR disaster.
Lawyer Maurice Ampaw continues his crusade to get every Ghanaian to pay their tv licence feed by any means possible.
The lawyer is so intent on making the point for tv licence that he’s willing to make comments many Ghanaians would consider blasphemous.
Another day, another call for the arrest of Kwame Asare Obeng, aka A Plus.
People have become so serious about this tv licence issue that any show of dissent and calls go out for those disagreeing to be arrested.
The company who run to government to set up an entire court to jail Ghanaians for not paying Ghc 3 a month have not exactly been following the law themselves, it has emerged.
The Ghana Music Rights Organizaton (GHAMRO), who collect royalties from entities who use the music of Ghanaian artists for commercial purposes, have taken the state broadcaster to court for failing to pay royalties for four years straight.
The so-called ‘station of the nation’, the same station that once killed off a former South African President like a useless blog desperate for traffic, are now fighting tooth and nail for government to collect tv licence for them to chop.
They have become so desperate they have successfully lobbied for government to set up courts to jail Ghanaians who fail to pay the money that they want.
A few days ago there was news about Chief Justice setting up a court purposely to prosecute defaulters of Television licence fees.
But the controversial musician, Kwame Asare Obeng aka A Plus who thinks it is nonsense to institute such a court has vowed never to pay a dime for TV licence fees.
According to the Kwame A Plus, he is willing to be the first defaulter to be jailed.
You could soon be in trouble for not paying your tv license fee, as a new breed of court is being set up to purposely deal with defaulters.
The Chief Justice, Sophia Akuffo, has ordered the new court to be set up following a request from the national broadcaster, GBC.
Comedienne Afia Schwarzenegger says the national broadcaster should be privatized since its a useless institution bent on misinforming Ghanaians.
Afia’s comments come in the wake of the never ending conversation about selling ECG and according to her, GBC should follow the power supplier in becoming a private institution.
One of Ghana’s celebrated Radio Personalities, Sammy Forson is marking fourteen years of his career journey.
According to the Live Fm Presenter it all started in Kumasi at GBC’s Garden City Radio station where he was providing services as an I.T Personnel.
Multimedia Group renowned Journalist/newscaster, Dzifa Gbeho Bampoh has ended her service with Joy Fm after 12 years of joining the outfit from GBC’s Unique Fm.
Dzifa until yesterday was the regular host of News Night on Joy Fm, known for her tough questioning interview skills and soothing presenting of the news.
This is no new thing so I will be exceptionally surprised if anyone decide to come on here and throw unwarranted tantrums.
For the station that prides itself with “station of the nation” as its slogan, their delivery should reasonably be close to perfect if not spotless but we all know they leave so much to be desired.
According to Myjoyonline.com report, Ace broadcaster, Kwami Sefa Kayi says the policy of paying TV license fee being advocated by the Ghana Media Commission is not the solution to the woes of the national broadcaster, Ghana Broadcasting Company (GBC).
“There is too much wastage in GBC…there is a lot of waste in GBC and no one is doing anything about it…George Sarpong knows the fundamental problem with GBC, it is not about collecting TV license…,” Sefa Kayi said on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen Programme on Tuesday.