Moviemaker Socrate Safo has sent a stern warning out to Yvonne Nelson and any of the so-called female celebs who mounted undue pressure on the president, Nana Addo. He says they cannot keep speaking to him like he is one of their children. READ ALSO: Waakye Fires A- Plus For Daring To Say NPP Abandoned … Read more
Veteran movie producer and director of the Creative Arts Council, Socrate Safo, has shockingly come out to cry about being on an empty stomach despite defending NPP staunchly for 4 years. According to Socrate, there are many times where he has been broke despite all his work defending the work of the NPP in the … Read more
Actor turned politician John Dumelo is putting up a strong fight for the Ayawaso West Wuogon seat, trying to become the next Member of Parliament from the constituency. Dumelo has been campaigning for months now, pulling out all the stops. READ ALSO: Tall List Of Rich Ghanaian Men Who Have Allegedly Dated Benedicta Gafah He … Read more
Controversial movie producer, Socrate Safo has revealed that s*x for roles exist in the movie industry, but not in the same way as it does in other facets of life. For example, the BBC found lecturers pressuring female students to give them s*x in return for grades, but Socrate claims in the movie industry it’s … Read more
Moviemaker Socrate Sarfo is late to the party but he is making a great deal of sense here. According to him, we should not blame men entirely for demanding for s3x before they get a favour done or give award grades or accept an application or any of the billion things because women, some women … Read more
Kumawood actor, Kwaku Manu, has said entertainment pundits who hold positions in the NPP government are ‘greedy’ and selfish. According to him, Socrate Safo, Okraku Mantey, and others which include Agya Koo who have various positions in the current government are rather pursuing their own selfish interest rather than the film industry. Speaking on the … Read more
Socrates Sarfo, film producer and board member of Zylofon Art Fun believes the country’s dead movie industry is as a result of the emergence of way too many television stations in the country. He says most of the movies produced are taken to the Tv stations and with little or close to nothing, they purchase … Read more
Veteran Ghanaian actor and beloved lead of the defunct ‘Inspector Bediako’ television series, Oscar Provencal, has thrown his hat into the running for the deputy minister for Tourism, Creative Arts and Culture.
Somewhat of a merry go round has developed over this position, as names from the entertainment sector are thrown into the fray almost every single day.
Legendary Ghanaian music producer and CEO of the Last Two Music Group, Edward Nana Poku, more commonly known as Hammer, has thrown his weight behind Abraham Ohene-Djan as the best nominee for Deputy Creative Arts Minister.
There has been immense debate and lobbying in the entertainment industry to get someone in the current administration as deputy minister, and so far the name most floated about is that of director Socrate Safo.
Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, the founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com and BrutallyUncensored.Com has called the on-going social media campaign by friends of Socrate Safo, calling for the film-maker to be selected by President Nana Akufo Addo as the Deputy Minister for Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts deeply ANNOYING and NONSENSE.
In a Facebook post, the writer said what Socrate Safo and his friends are doing is not lobbying, rather they are pressuring the power that be to select Socrate Safo to fulfill an agenda–pathetically making it seem Socrate will die if not appointed.
Whilst the president, Nana Addo is yet to name the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, one person we all see lobbying for the position is none other than Socrate Safo of the hot fork movie fame.
Leila Jewel Afua Djansi and Socrate has fallen out for reasons best known to the duo. Leila however took to her Facebook page to send a plea to parliament, asking them to have her the pleasure of being present during the vetting of Socrate should his name come up.
Movie producer Socrate Safo has spoken out on the ongoing social media campaign to nominate him for deputy creative arts minister, saying that whilst he did not start it, he is in full support of it. A full throttled social media campaign is underway calling on the incoming government to appoint the controversial producer to the position due to his experience in the industry.
Dear Chris, Your website has become the number 1 place to place news if it is to have any effect. I chanced upon this campaign on Halifax Addo’s facebook and I was very scared because this is my field. I am a Ghana film crew member. I have written this letter, not with my real name because I am scared of what Socrates will do to me. But I am sure using your platform will save us from this impending doom.
Controversial movie producer Socrate Safo has diagnosed what in his opinion is wrong with the political landscape and who he thinks people should vote for this election cycle. Speaking on Asempa FM’s political talk show ‘Ekosii Sen’ on Friday, Safo said that the ruling party has mastered the art of lying, and regrettably, the opposition have not been smart in responding to the lies and thus failed to combat it.
Ghanaian movie producer and director Socrate Sarfo, known as the man who courts controversy with his movies and his opinions, has weighed in on the Nana Aba Anamoah trending scandal.
And he has joined the chorus of those who think she was somehow wronged and therefore has to jump ship from TV3. However, Socrates also added that Nana Aba returns to TV3, she would lose any respect he holds for her as a professional.
The ‘enemies list’ of Ghana’s investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas is growing day-in and day-out; and I think it is only those who hate the word TRUTH who will stand up against him.
Many are applauding him for exposing the judges or court officials who were captured on video receiving monies, goats, yams and other gifts from litigants whose cases were pending before the courts—but ‘truth haters’ thinks contrary and are calling for his prosecution.
It is no longer breaking news that, Jackie Appiah is the Best Actress on the African continent according to the maiden edition of the AfricaMagic Viewers’ Choice Awards which took place at Eko Hotel in Lagos. After excitingly receiving her statuette, she posed with it alongside Nadia Buari, Shirley Frimpong Manso, Ken Attoh, Stephanie Okereke, … Read more
On March 12, Peace FM Entertainment Review host Kwasi Aboagye celebrated his 40th birthday. Yesterday, he was given a surprise party live on his show. The surprise party was planned by his producer Eugene Osafo-Nkansah and some top officials of the company. In a middle of an interview with Mark Okraku Mantey, the surprise guests invaded the studio with a song, drinks and a birthday cake. The interview ended abruptly. Kwasi was then forced out of the studio and affairs were taken over by Mickey Darling. As surprised as he was, he cried to show his appreciation to the ‘unwelcome’ guest in his studio who had interrupted his show. A great number of the guest offered their support and advised him that life begins at 40. There were also solidarity messages.
Controversial movie maker and C.E.O. of Movie Africa Productions, Socrate Safo has called on institutions responsible for championing the interest of Ghanaian musicians to think of a punishment for any musician established to be using drugs. The movie maker made the statement as part of his contribution on Entertainment Review on Peace FM. His comment was related to the issue of musician Akosua Agyepong’s promise of stopping Efya who has confessed to the Ghanaian media that, she is not into drugs but rather smokes cigarette. His other panel members didn’t take it lightly with him for that assertion but he kept stressing that “I’m responsible” to support his call. Songstress Efya’s name has been on the lips of many Ghanaians after the death of British singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse who according to reports died of drug overdose and more recently after the death of American artist, actress, producer and model Whitney Houston, who until her death was battling with drugs.