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Selly Galley in Trouble As Fraudsters Use her to Defraud Close Friends Huge Sums of Money

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Actress Selly Galley is barely back on social media for two weeks and already she’s running into trouble. Her image and likeness is being used by some fraudsters to dupe some people close to her out of huge sums of cash. Selly Galley took to social media to reveal that some people she knows have … Read more

Yvonne Nelson Blasts Vodafone Ghana For Their Poor Customer Service

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Ghanaian actress and model Yvonne Nelson has slammed Vodafone Ghana over their poor customer care service. READ ALSO: ‘Honey Serve The Legs’ – Yvonne Nelson And Tobi Bakre Get Cosy In A New Video Taking to her twitter handle, the actress expressed her displeasure about how the telecommunication network has been treating her despite being … Read more

PRESS RELEASE: Charterhouse Productions Begs Vodafone On ‘Wale-Stonebwoy Combat’ — READ

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Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy’s battle at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) has really gone against Ghana as a nation, sponsors of the event and most especially Charterhouse, the main organizers of the event.

Charterhouse has, however, apologized to their main sponsor Vodafone Ghana, BET international representatives and all other stakeholders who were affected by the actions of these two artistes in a press statement signed by their Head of Communications, George Quaye.

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PRESS RELEASE: Burniton Music Group Apologizes To Charterhouse, Ghanaians And Vodafone Ghana– READ

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Stonebwoy was forced by Shatta Wale to act nonsense at the 20th edition of VGMA at the Accra International Conference Centre over the weekend.

About this unfortunate incident, Stonebwoy has officially released a press statement to apologised to Charterhouse, Ghanaians and to the main sponsors of the event, Vodafone Ghana.

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History Has Been Made- King Promise Finally Wears A Sneaker That Is Not 'BIGGER' Than Him

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King Promise debuted his love for big shoes at this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards and we had a good laugh about it. The CCTV hitmaker has been wearing shoes that are as big as himself yet the narrative remains the same, fashion is individual. READ ALSO: Captain Of Slay Queens Association Of Ghana Princess Shyngle … Read more

History Has Been Made- King Promise Finally Wears A Sneaker That Is Not ‘BIGGER’ Than Him

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King Promise debuted his love for big shoes at this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards and we had a good laugh about it. The CCTV hitmaker has been wearing shoes that are as big as himself yet the narrative remains the same, fashion is individual. READ ALSO: Captain Of Slay Queens Association Of Ghana Princess Shyngle … Read more

20 Year Old Arrested For Creating Very Funny Meme With Vodafone ‘Yee Twi Ko’ Scratch Cards- How About They Do Their Real Jobs And Stop Persecuting Kids?

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This is simply unbelievable. This is all we know in this country, isn’t it? Making mountains out of molehills and leaving the real job, satisfying your damn customers- undone.

A 20 year old IT expert, identified as Kwadwo Amakye, has been arrested for ‘defaming’ a Vodafone scratch card. Amakye edited the try again in the Yee Twi Ko scratch card to make it read ‘Kwasia, s3 wop3 sika adi’.

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The Vodafone Ghana Nuisance | Why So Many Advertisement Text Messages Which Can’t Be Promptly Stopped?

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Vodafone Ghana

Almost everyone does not read the small print and as such saying Vodafone Ghana does not have the legal right to bombard its subscribers with advertisement text messages may be wrong—but at least, subscribers reserve the right to opt out of the many annoying text messages the telecommunication company keeps sending out.

Almost every day that I have been in Ghana, I’ve received some sort of advertisement such as the above from Vodafone Ghana and my friends who are other networks say, the value is the same.

It’s repugnant that Vodafone Ghana’s numerous text message advertisements to it subscribers do not have the usual STOP instructions.

In the UK which is somewhat the home of Vodafone, there is no way the network will be able to “pelt” it subscribers with countless messages such as what is being allowed in Ghana, let alone failing to provide the means via which subscriber can opt out of these irritating commercials.

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Lifestyle-THE BIG QUESTION: Which Telecom Company In Ghana Is A BIG MESS?

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What a good topic to kick start the new GC’s Lifestyle column-THE BIG QUESTION…
I am yet to meet a Ghanaian who has not been ripped off by one of the many telecommunication companies in Ghana in a way of bad/poor service.
One basic expectation of any consumer is to get his/her money worth. However, when it comes to our part of the world, no matter how much of a demand you make, you are still likely to be given less value for your hard earned cash.
A sector which champions this disproportionate relationship between what they offer and what consumers pay is telecommunication. Most of the networks in Ghana are a mess…
You do not have to be with them to know how poor they are with their services. Their customers will easily give you the vibe from their facial expressions and unending complaints.
If the phone of every person you try to reach is not SWITCHED OFF, then all the people you are calling are busy on their phones.

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Vodafone Kicks Out Denise Williams From R&M, Winners Of Vodafone Icons Divas Edition?

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Singer Denice Williams, whose superb performance and singing abilities helped her group R&M [Rhythm & Melody] made up of herself, Stephanie Lindsey Baaba and Natasha Dedey Mann to fend-off competitions from other groups to win the maiden edition of the Vodafone Icons Divas Edition has been kicked out from the group which is struggling to imprint their name in the minds of music lovers in Ghana.

Information available to GhanaCelebrities.Com indicates that, even though Denice is considered by many as the heartbeat of the group, she was sacked from the group without any reasons. It is believed that, her outspoken nature and no nonsense attitude might be the reason for her expulsion from the group.

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Video Submissions Open For 2011 Vodafone-4syte Music Video Awards

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Vodafone Ghana in partnership with 4SYTE TV has officially declared video submissions open for the much awaited 2011 Music Video Awards. The revelation comes after months of speculation and excitement following the Vodafone-4SYTE partnership sealed in March, which has been expected to take 4SYTE events to new heights by delivering unmatched high quality experience, synonymous with the Vodafone Brand.The VMA’s, billed as the most thrilling in the country will accept submissions from music videos within the November 2010 to September 2011 period.

Prospective nominees can now submit their music videos via DVD or CD formats at 4 SYTE TV in addition to nomination forms currently available at the entertainment powerhouse. The categories for this year are: best African act in a video, best high life video, best storyline in a video, best male video, best reggae video, discovery of the year, best group in a video, best choreography in a video, best special effects in a video, best photography, best gospel video, best collaboration in a video, best female video, best hip life video, best cinematography, best overall video, best editing and best directing.

Submissions close in September 2011 and will be reviewed by a highly skilled and impressive judging panel, who has garnered a wealth of experience between them.

Abraham Ohene Djan, producer, director and CEO of OM Studios who has over ten years of experience in the broadcast television industry in West Africa and is synonymous with videos such as Trigmatic’s ‘My Jolley,’ will feature on the judging panel as will Ivan Quashigah, CEO of Farmhouse productions. Ivan Quashigah is a multi-talented filmmaker with 12 years of experience in Advertising and Marketing and winner of over 15 local and international film awards including the prestigious Pan African Film Festival (FESPACO –OUAGADOUGOU’93) award for Best Short Feature in the Video Category.

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D-Black & Kwaku T Drag Vodafone Ghana To Court Over Copyright Infringement!

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It is extremely difficult to sue a company in Ghana and come out as a victor. No musician is known to have gone to court to sue a major company for copyright infringement. However, a bold step has been taken by D-Black and Kwaku T to sue Vodafone Ghana for illegal use of their song.

Whenever one buys a Compact Disc, some words which serve as a warning to copyright abusers are printed on the CD inlay and on the CD itself. If you ask me, those words are not printed there just for the fun of it; they are there to send a clear signal to people who are there to infringe on the copyright owners.

Words printed on the CD and inlay: “All rights of the producer and the owner of the recorded work reserved for unauthorized copying, public performing, broadcasting, hiring or rental of this recording is prohibited”.

As the words printed visibly on the CD, phone numbers, email contacts or website of the artistes or the record label is also printed just beside the warnings. So when a big telecom company like Vodafone refuses to do the right thing by contacting the copyright owners before using their product in their commercial advert; they are asking for one thing, to get sued for copyright infringement.

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