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Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Kumasi street preachers fight each other over "collection"

Preaching the good and holy word of God turned out in a violent way at the Kumasi Central Market in the Ashanti Region when two street preachers clashed over offertory.

The actual cause of the fist-fight is just not known but reports from the scene claim that the self-acclaimed men of God, Evangelist Samuel Kwame Boateng and Evangelist Kwame Poku have been engaged in heated verbal exchanges over who is getting the most of offertories.

But developments turned worse when the preachers turned the market Scene to a boxing arena in the afternoon and engaged in blows, ripping each other's clothes in the process.

Meanwhile, the police department is said to have rushed to the scene to ensure sanity as trade activities returned to normalcy.

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Meet the South-African based Ghanaian pastor who "heals" women by kissing and fondling them

A man of God, identified as Prophet Nana Poku is causing some stir on social media with his unusual methods of healing.

In a video, AYOOGhana.com has stumbled upon, the Prophet is seen, in a bid to get some of his followers "healed" from their ailments, resorting to kissing them.

And it is not just a peck on their cheeks but deep kisses which take more than 20 seconds. Apart from that, he sometimes, as another video shows, touches the breasts of the people he is supposedly healing. Curiously, though, when the sick is quite old, he only sits on them for healing to take place.

The back story is that, Prophet Nana Poku, as the name suggests is Ghanaian based in South Africa. He is the head of the Kingdom Prayer Ministry International based in Rustenburg.


Sunday, December 17, 2017

A Man Who Removes His Wife’s Brassiere With His Two Hands Is ‘Stupid’ – Counselor Lutterodt

Marriage Counselor, George Lutterodt has described men who remove their wives brassiere with their hands as being 'stupid'. The counsellor in an exclusive interview with Amanda Jissih on GHOne TV's E-Talk did not mince his utterance when he used the word 'stupid' to describe men who do remove their wives brassiere with their two hands.

He said;
"If you are a man and you remove your wife's brassiere with your two hands, then you are 'stupid." According to him, brassieres are not supposed to be removed with the two hands, but with two fingers.
"You see, to remove your wife's brassiere, you need not use your two hands but you use your two fingers." – He corrected.

Counselor George Lutterodt will be giving out free condoms and toothpaste to patrons who will attend his upcoming 'Orgasm Conference' slated for Tuesday, December 26, 2017.

Source: www.fnnewsonline.com

Friday, December 15, 2017

MUST READ: Ghanaian Students enslaved with Occultism, the case of Commonwealth Hall

Commonwealth Hall is in the news again. This time, for murder! On Saturday, 9th December 2017, myjoyonline.com and ghanaweb.com reported that two youths (a vandal and an associate vandal), who started a minor argument in the presence of mature old vandals, could not be helped until it degenerated into a point, where one was cut to death six times in the neck with a Khebab knife, after the deceased had provoked his attacker with a slap. That is sad. This latest news, though sad, comes as no surprise, except the death, which has only enriched the tall public profile of vandalism of students admitted into Commonwealth Hall of the University of Ghana, Legon, who are better identified as VANDALS.

Their violent reputation until this murder was limited to unprovoked attacks on students of other halls and universities, attacks on Senior Members of the university management, and a consistent violation of
the Public Order Act, mostly leading to disruptions of the university's lawful assembly, public obscenity and destruction of public and private properties, and threatening the peace of the university community and its environs. For instance, much recently, they were embroidered in clashes on University of Cape Coast campus which saw some students sustaining multiple knife wounds, leading to the suspension of 22 students of ATL (a decision which has since been overturned by the Cape Coast High Court for lack of sufficient evidence). It will also be recalled that on 26th September, 2003, students of Commonwealth Hall ceased the residence of the then Vice Chancellor, Prof Asenso Okyere and rampaged it. This was followed in March 2010 with an attack on the Chancellor of the University, His Excellency Kofi Annan, during a graduation ceremony, which brought international embarrassment and condemnation to the university. At the time, Joy news reported that, "the students heckled the former UN Secretary General, who is also Chancellor of the University, and chanted songs in his face. He suffered this along with his guests." The list is inexhaustible.

Sadly, these clear breaches of the law have consistently been carried out boldly, in broad daylight and mostly in the presence of law enforcement officers without sanctions. On few occasions when people
are sanctioned to serve as deterrent, there are always state institutions and persons of influence who overturn these verdicts, emboldening the vandals stronger. It will be oversimplified to assume that these are some silly acts by overzealous young men who have extra energy to spare. No. Not least. In fact, vandalism in Commonwealth Hall is a well established and resourced spiritual organization, fronted with students, but as its main victims too, and has influences which extend to every facet of the Ghanaian society where power is exercised because former students of the hall are well placed in society. For instance H. E .John Dramani Mahama, former President of Ghana, Nana Ato Dadzie, former Chief of Staff, Justice Modibo Ocran of the Supreme Court, Nana Akuoko Sarpong, Omanhene of Agogo Traditional Area and former Inspector General of Police, Mr Peter Nanfuri, are all past members of the hall.

The story of vandalism has hardly been told from an honest and insider point of view as this writer wishes to do. For the most part, what is publicly known about Commonwealth hall of the University of Ghana are distorted narratives either from enemies of the hall (who do not wish the hall well) or worse, from fellows and friends of the hall who aim for damage control of what the enemies of the hall have said. In the process, the public is merely left with nothing but extreme views of interested parties.

For instance, on Thursday, 10th October, 2002, the Ghana news agency carried a statement in which the old Vandals had denied a claim by the then Dean of Students, Dr Vladimir Antwi Danso, that Commonwealth hall was practicing occultism. In a reaction, the National President of the Old VANDALS Association,
Mr Kwasi Essel Koomson, indicated: "The Association demanded an unqualified apology from Dr Antwi-Danso to the Commonwealth Hall in particular, the University of Ghana as an entity, and the nation in general for creating an environment for unnecessary panic over his effusions which are nothing less than a quixotic reaction to some phantasmagoric hallucinations."

Unfortunately, as a former JCR president, I regret to say that the Dean of students was right. The Hall and its corporate image must urgently be rescued from the hands of a bunch of occult and evil worshipers, who have successfully passed on their evil practices to successive generations for the last four decades.

History has it that those who started the practice of occultism in the hall are mainly prominent royals of some Akan tribes who today, are respectable chiefs in this country.
Even in their present exalted positions and with the benefit of hindsight, they are still the key figures who initiate new members under the cover of darkness into this practice and also give them their first fetish haircut- 'Santo'. This is done before the initiates of 15 members, known as 'outfit', have been abducted for some days to undergo indoctrinations and rituals, and made to crawl throughout the university in white calico, with the entire students of commonwealth hall following them and chanting what sounds like a dirge. The ritual is climaxed by a week's celebration known as 'minimpimim' and a grand Durbar, where the new members are outdoored. The 15 young innocent teenagers and youths, whose parents assume are learning and pursuing the moral values of their respective families,
after indoctrination are forced to swear an oath of allegiance to an evil power, to ensure that Commonwealth students are spiritually enslaved to live like hooligans and perverts by being initiated spiritually.

That explains why Commonwealth hall students are first matriculated and congregated by the Chief Vandal and his fetish priest before allowing the University to take its turn to do it officially. It was this struggle for power between the university management and the chief Vandal (as to who has the power to matriculate first years)that led to attacks on the Chancellor in 2010 as earlier alluded to. During these processes (matriculation and congregation), specific rituals and sacrifices are offered to father Bacchus, an idol worshipped in the hall, to commit the spirit of students into his care and to bless them. Whereas the innocent students assume that these activities and their auxiliary rituals such as the occasional purifications of the ponds in the hall, baptising of all fresh students in these ponds and the lying prostrate of students anytime a chief vandal is addressing them are mere youthful exuberance, the casual observe will be able to observe a trend: the adhering to specific time for this practices, use of specific incantations, the involvement of respectable persons of our society, the resources spent
on it and its share power and influence of people cannot be just for fanfare.

As a result, over the years, brilliant young men, who are admitted into the hall, become hooligans and social perverts characterized by bing drinking, womanizing , extreme foolishness such as eating faeces to demonstrate ones foolishness during 'PAWA NITE', profanity, nudity and sexual escapades. These are certainly the core traits of father Bacchus, the Greek god
of immorality whose statue is worshipped by students of the hall and occasional sacrifices of food, drinks, and worship are offered to it from the shrine of the CHIEF VANDAL, an exalted member of the 15young men initiated.

The chief Vandal, enjoys more powers than does the traditional chiefs who established it in their paramountcy. He is neither regulated by the laws of the university nor those of the country (so it seems), and the university cannot sanction him. He neither attends lectures nor university gatherings. He is always indoors. He moves in great escort, no student must cross his path when he is coming and neither must be heard even breathing when he is talking. It is a punishable offense to challenge his edicts, and everyone must lie flat on their belly while he is talking. The Chief Vandal has the power to declare boycotts and strikes and he names university facilities and roads. He has a standing Militia who execute violence at his command on anybody who threatens his power.

Anybody who wants to contest any elective position on campus, including student offices, university management positions and members of parliament for the Ayawaso Wogon constituency(where the school is located) must come and see him with drinks and money for his 'blessings'. Indeed, when presidential candidates come on campus, they first seek his approval in his palace and at his behest, they proceed
to campaign to students. I should also add that it is one of the most corrupt and morally bankrupt organization you can have in the world. The chief vandal trades his power for sex from female student politicians, and only supports the highest bidder. They don't support student interest.
Unless it is convenient to do so. For them, it is who has the money to pay.

This will explain why legitimately elected student leaders are impeached and reprisals against university administration are so rampantly spearheaded by the chief Vandal. It should be understood that even though most of these agitations are fronted with legitimate student concerns, in most instances, they are self serving, initiated
because persons in authority (student and university management leadership) have failed to induce the chief vandal with bribes and recognition. That also explains why very corrupt student leaders and university
administration have had successful tenures even though they were worse than Adam in their perversions. Unfortunately, it is these attitude and persons who graduate to form
the Old Vandals Association. At these levels, it is an association of past students of the hall who were members of this cult while in

Sadly, some are leading light of our society. They use their positions to ensure that this occultic practice is perpetuated on campus and to lobby for key positions in society for their members after school. On the first agenda, they work hard to constantly ensure that whoever holds key position in the management of the Hall or the university administration is somebody who thinks like them.

With that, they are able to make leaders of the occult group comfortable and escape the law when they faulter. That explains why even in the face of scarce student accommodation regime, the outfit (leaders of the cult) has extra large rooms for a shrine, palace (the dark room) and workers of the chief vandal. It also explains why students of the Hall always get away with very serious offences in the face of compelling evidence. Because the university management was installed by the old vandals through lobbying vandals in high places. But in the unlikely event where
university authorities who are their own, fail to shield offending VANDALS, they have prominent lawyers and even judges ready to favor them as indicated supra. In fact, at the very extreme, there will be a political figure, a journalist or a chief, whose connection can stop any punishment against the offending student of the hall. So in the context of the above narrative, it is reported as indicated above that a vandal has been stabbed to death in the presence of OLD VANDALS, who claim all they could do was to become spectators to the fight of death between two youth. Hmmmm

While I stand with the family of the bereave and Ghanaians in this moment of grieve, I dare say this death should be the least that the public should worry about. Instead, Ghana should be concerned that the over four thousand young men who are annually being admitted into the Commonwealth hall of the University of Ghana for the last 50years are being initiated into occultism directly and indirectly.

Even most troubling is the fact that these practices, which started from the premier University, Legon, has now infested every public University in Ghana and regrettably, most senior high institutions are now also practicing Occultism. Consequently, today's students are less competent. Rather, there is a surge in immorality such as homosexuality, alcoholism, violence, womanizing, vulgarism, plain stupidity, etc in our students. Even worse, our universities have not only become ungovernable but den for strange sicknesses, evil forces and deaths. The resultant effect of enslaving the educated minds of a country into Occultism and such
moral bankruptcy are that we should not expect morality and principled lifestyle in any facet of our society. If students mature with these attitude, it will crush our politics and ruin families. It will muddy our professional integrity and create enmity between a man and his God.

In conclusion, I make the following proposals as a way out.

First, I propose the immediate disbandment of vandalism and such
cultic groups from our campuses. This has nothing to do with
suppressing academic freedoms. Vandalism is anti student activism and
governance. It has betrayed it time without number. Instead, I
recommend that the Visitation Panel Report of 2007 led by Sir John
Daniels (google it to read) should be implemented fully, especially
aspects which bother on student Representation at every level of
decision making.

Secondly, parents must immediately actively investigate the extent of
the involvement of their wards and help them.

Thirdly, Spiritual exercise of Christians on campuses must be intensified.

Fourthly, persons found still practicing this evil worship on campus
must be branded as anti Ghanaians and punished.

Akyena Brantuo Benjamin
Broadcast Journalist, former President, Commonwealth Hall

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Ebony reveals her struggles with ‘SEX for FAME’ in latest gospel song

Dancehall songstress Ebony Reigns has used her latest gospel track to Highlight the troubles faced by upcoming female musicians in the music industry. The controversial artiste has most often been in the news for her style of dressing to shows and events.

However, the dancehall diva has opted to show her other side by releasing a gospel song titled 'Aseda'. In the song, Ebony talks about her struggles as an upcoming female artiste in the industry, highlighting some of the challenges she confronted on her way to
stardom. Part of the lyrics also reveals her struggles with Unscrupulous managers who wanted to take advantage of her before giving her a shot at fame.

Portions of the lyrics go like:
"I give God the glory for turning around my story.
From studio to studio, trying to make a song for the radio.
On my knees I've been praying, for Jaja Father to bless me.
But the game no easy especially if you're …
Every manager want enter. If you no give am, e turn matter. Close thy
legs, don't get deals.
As you no make e chop, you won't be on top."

It came as a huge surprise to many Ghanaians that Ebony has released a Gospel track, but the truth is that the content of the song is really deep. Having already released hit songs like 'Sponsor', 'Hustle' and 'Date Your Fada', Ebony has surely been one of the most consistent Ghanaian artistes in 2017, despite all the controversy surrounding her.


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Saturday, December 9, 2017

Top politicians, pastors come to me for human parts - Mortuary man makes stunning revelation

A mortuary attendant at one of the nation's top hospitals has said
that some prominent people in the country approach him for human
parts, AYOO Ghana can report.

The mortuary man, who spoke to mynewsgh.com on the condition of
anonymity, said respected people in society approached him frequently
to buy human parts.
He said the individuals made huge monetary offers to him in exchange
for the body parts of corpses at the mortuary, but he constantly
rejected their proposals.

The mortuary man said he believed that the people wanted the human
parts for rituals to boost their wealth, popularity or business. He
said even pastors approached him for the body parts.

"A lot of them come but I don't give them. The ritualists and people
you least expect all come around but I am afraid they will land me
into trouble so I don't give in to their demands. Even some time
pastors do come but I stand my grounds and refuse, irrespective of the
amount they offer," he said.
He went on to urge Ghanaians to be humble and lead responsible lives
because, according to him, life is short.

"I have seen a lot of dead bodies in this world and what I can advise
is that human beings should be submissive. The arrogant ones should
bear in mind that life is not all about that. I honestly pity such
persons", he said.

2017 is ending and your man never proposed to you? Take these 6 drastic steps

As ladies, most of us enter into relationships with the aim of finding the future husband who will spend the rest of their lives with us.

At a moment when we are so prepared to tie the knot and start a family, we also get to find out that time is running out so fast. The relationship that we started years ago still seem what it is...a Relationship and not a marriage. Most of us fear to approach our man,
sit him down and talk to him about real life issues. Issues about what happens in the next few years and whether or not you still remain relevant to their love life.

In this article, tips up specific things you need to do after dating a guy for some time but never has popped up the question.

1. Ask the hard questions.
Never make conclusions when you realise he never popped up the question of seeking your hand in marriage. Sometimes it is all a matter of asking the right questions to get the needed answers. Asking the right questions can not only give you the best answers but also get you think along the same lines with your lover.

2. Re-evaluate the relationship
It is always important to think about your relationship if indeed your man has not popped up the question the whole of 2017. With a new year beckoning, it will be very important to look into your relationship once again to find out what exactly is going wrong in your relationship. You will be surprised at the answers you get.

3. Lead him on
Men always would love to be led on to pleasure lands. No one would want to do anything by themselves. You will be surprised to note that many Ghanaian men love to see their lovers leading them on. Marriage is never a one-man thing. You need to start up the conversion and who knows!

4. Assess yourself
As ladies, we often tend to blame anything on men but most of the issues we face are never about them. If he has not popped up the question, you need to assess yourself. There could be some bad habits he finds worrying. Or maybe he takes you to be that image of pleasure whenever he s bored.

5. Change things
Noting will change in your relationship until you change it yourself. As women, we have the power of making our relationship either a successful one or a painful memory. Without us, relationships are Bound not to be successful and this is the more reason why you have
the power to make your relationship what exactly you need.

6. Walking away or staying
If a relationship does not work, it will be left for us to either stay in it or move on with our lives. After all, we are in a relationship not just to experience love but also fulfill our heartfelt dream of getting married to the man or woman that we most love.

Friday, December 8, 2017

I Don't Use Juju - Killbeats

Killbeats left, ODG right...

So after the "ANGRY FUSE ODG THROWS KILLBEATS OUT OF HIS HOUSE" headlines run around during the course of the week, Killbeats comes out to refute all allegations...

It was said earlier on that KillBeats was thrown out due to flouting the rules of the house; smoking , drinking and "chopping different girls in the house.
According to pmolley.com, Fuse also found a pot which contained blood in one of the rooms durimg one his recent visits to Ghana.

But Killbeats (real name Joseph Addison) has come out to rubbish these allegations.
First off, Killbeats left the mansion due to some issues they (He and Fuse) had business-wise.
Second, Killbeats emphatically stands strong as a christian and doesn't have anything to do with juju.

Killbeats and fuse during one of their studio sessions...

Though they have their differences, they 'd still work together since He has to honor his part as a professional.
Killbeats also promises to continue feeding Ghanaians with good music.

Tap this link to watch a video from Fuse ODG which features Killbeats https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dr_ArwH4N2w 

The Disgusting Assumption People Make About A Man Based On His Wife

More married women are choosing to keep their maiden name than ever before.

Once upon a time it was considered custom for women to take their Husband's name after marrying. These days, more women are choosing to keep their maiden name than ever before and according to new research, this affects the way their husband is perceived by others. When a man's wife rejects the concept of taking his surname, he is subsequently perceived as less masculine.

Conducted by researchers at the University of Nevada, the Sex Roles study examined people's perceptions of men whose wives had chosen to keep their last name.

The authors carried out a series of online surveys on UK and US-based undergraduates who were asked to envisage a hypothetical scenario in which a heterosexual woman had decided to keep her surname after marrying. They were then prompted to answer questions about the husband's personality.

The results showed that these men were perceived as disempowered as a result of their wife's decision.

"A woman's marital surname choice therefore has implications for
perceptions of her husband's instrumentality, expressivity, and the
distribution of power in the relationship," explains lead author
Rachael Robnett.
"Our findings indicate that people extrapolate from marital surname
choices to make more general inferences about a couple's gender-typed
personality traits."

The number of women choosing to keep their maiden names is rising, According to a Google Consumer Survey conducted by The Upshot. Previous studies have shown that women who make such a decision are also perceived differently. They are generally described as more ambitious, assertive and powerful - terms that Robnett's team concludes are typically ascribed to men.

According to Robnett, people who make such assumptions are unable to let go of traditional gender roles and can be described as "hostile sexists".

"We know from prior research that people high in hostile sexism respond negatively to women who violate traditional gender roles," she Explained.
"Our findings show that they also apply stereotypes to non-traditional women's husbands."

SOURCE: The Independent UK

Tic Tac , Well done for walking out on live GhOne TV - Shatta Wale Applauded

Controversial dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has waded into the Tic Tac 'walk out' saga, describing the act as "the best move ever". Shatta Wake took to his Facebook wall to congratulate and 'big up' Tic Tac for walking out of live TV show.

"This is what I have been talking about. …Respect an artiste when he
is in your studios or on phone talking, " he opined.

According to Shatta Wale, he couldn't understand why a presenter will be asking about Shatta Wale when Tic Tac is on the show. Tic Tac walked out of Gh One TV studio during an interview on its morning show, Gh Today Tic Tac's decision was sparked by the fact that host of the show swayed from the purpose of the interview and focused on the 'Beef' between him and dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale.

He got infuriated when he realized Shatta Wale's video was airing while he was being interviewed.

"Are you playing Shatta Wale's video? Is it because we are talking about him (Shatta Wale) ?" he asked.

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5 incidents that can Break the Heart of any Ghanaian during Christmas

Among the many seasonal holidays that are celebrated by many people around the world, Christmas is one very important one and celebrants including Ghanaians have their highs and lows during the period.

Prototypically, Christmas is characterized by the spirit of giving and sharing of love with family and friends. The season is also noted for Travelling around the world and vacationing. For many Ghanaians, Christmas is characterized by sending and Receiving gifts, meeting new people and just going out to have fun with family and friends. The yuletide is mostly packed with a lot of Activities and leaves one spoilt for choice as to which event to attend and which event not to. Christmas also comes with a lot of goodies that would leave one feeling loved all season long.

Today, we brings you 5 things that when happens during Christmas can
break any Ghanaian's heart.
1. Ban on fire crackers
Christmas in Ghana is characterized by the use of fire crackers popularly known as "Knock out". It is the only time of the year that people are allowed to use them and the joy that comes with it is often priceless. However, there are times that the government would ban the use of knock out for obvious security reasons. When this happens, the joy one feels during Christmas is not complete. A Christmas without knock out is not a holiday well spent and it can plummet the mood of any Ghanaian.

2. No Christmas dress
Christmas is one time of the year where new things are 'released'. Parents take it upon themselves to go out to town to get new clothing for their children to wear to church on 25th December which marks Christmas day. One's heart can be torn into tiny pieces if there is a disappointment in this regard. In this case, you would be the only one wearing 'old' clothes during Christmas while all your friends 'flaunt' their new clothes. The heartbreak in that is second to none.

3. Lights out on Christmas day
The holiday which is celebrated around the world cannot be celebrated in darkness. To this effect, any Ghanaian would feel heartbroken. Whilst others watch TV and enjoy the internet, you would be roaming in search of power bank just to charge your phone to be able to catch in on some fun. Not having power or light on the day of Christmas is tantamount to not having 'life' since most of the activities related to the Christmas require the use of light or power.

4. Sad memories during Christmas
Christmas, like many other celebrations is a time of remembrance and Reflections about the birth of Jesus Christ and its significance in the life of a Christian. However, if you happen to have lost a loved one during that period, subsequent years would only bring you such memories and only make you sad. Instead of marking the birth of Christ, you would rather commemorate the loss of your loved one and be filled with sadness. This can mar the entire Christmas celebration for you and leave you heartbroken.

5. When you are broke
Christmas in Ghana is noted as a time of spending. People save throughout the year just to spend all of it during Christmas on shopping, partying and generally attending events and shows with family and friends.

All these cannot be achieved if your bank account is in the red or virtually empty. It can severely damage the ego and reputation of someone who is noted to having fun. You would have to lock yourself up indoors or depend on the benevolence of family and friends. This is not so cool and can leave you heartbroken throughout the season.

Thursday, December 7, 2017

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Wednesday, December 6, 2017

OMG: 3 more Students reported Dead in Kumasi Academy; Death toll now 13

In the wake of comments coming from the Ashanti Regional Minister, Hon. Simon Osei Mensah on the cause of death of some students in Kumasi Academy, more deaths have been recorded.

Speaking to Graphic Online, Cassandra Twum Ampofo, the Ashanti Regional Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Education Service (GES) revealed that the students who died on Tuesday morning at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Hospital comprised 2 females and a male.

The death toll of the 'mysterious death which started in April this year has caused the lives of 13 students of the school. According to the report by mynewsgh.com, some other 24 students of the Kumasi Academy are currently on admission at the KNUST Hospital.

Blood samples of the deceased has been forwarded to the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research for investigation into the deaths. The research facility is expected to come out with preliminary reports on earlier deaths by December 6.

However, the Ashanti Regional Minister, Honorable Simon Osei Mensah has speculated that the deaths were as a result of the outbreak of Ebola in the second cycle institution. A meeting is being held today, December 5, with the parties in attendance being the Regional Minister, some members of the Ghana Education Service and some members of the Ghana Health Service to discuss ways of dealing with the situation. The death of the students have struck fear and uncertainty into the minds of students and parents whose wards are in the school.

According to reports coming from the school, media men and women have been temporarily banned from the institution to meet with authorities to get their word on the deaths in the school.

Monday, December 4, 2017

Shatta Wale, Kidi and Kwami Eugene are cooking up some fire for Christmas?

Shatta Wale, Kidi and Kwami Eugene are cooking up some fire for Christmas?
Keep your fingers crossed...
You'd definitely get it here first when it drops...

Sunday, December 3, 2017

5 Sad Reasons Most Ghanaian Men are Breaking Up With Their Ladies

Day in and day out, men walk out of relationships for reason best known to them. Relationships in the world today comes with so many responsibilities and understanding.

But what are the true reasons why a man could end his relationship
with his partner? This article by YEN seeks to explore.

1. Infidelity
One thing that Ghanaian men hate to find out is that their woman is cheating on them with another man. Cheating on your partner is one of thehe main reasons why many walk away. This is because they get to find  out that you are not into them or that they are not satisfying their woman enough.

2. Disrespect
Mutual respect is one of the headers in any kind of relationship. It isto this fact that most men will walk away after realising their  woman is just not interested in respecting their feelings.

3. Hurting emotions
Harsh words, demeaning language, insults among other things are the main reasons why most Ghanaian men walk away in relationships. Mutual respect is very crucial in any form of relationship and women would need to know that especially when most of these men grew up in families that believe in patriarchy.

4. Being too busy
Yes, we know that the working environment in Ghana can sometimes be very tight. But this does not mean your relationship can't go on.  Giving excuses for not being able to meet up or always been distant When in fact you live close by is a signal to a guy proving you are
just not interested.

5. Excessive demands
Let's face the truth, not all Ghanaian men have the capacity to fend for the needs of their women. If you ask too much of your man, you must not be shocked to realize he is away.

SOURCE: Yen.com.gh

This Is Why You Must Attend Church Today

Do you know It's a necessity to attend church for your growth as a
believer ?

It's surprising to me how many Christians struggle with the idea of Church attendance. Of course, this isn't a new problem. Since the Beginning of Christianity, the early leaders had to challenge this Mindset, saying "Do not give up meeting together, as some are in the
habit of doing, but encourage one another-- all the more as you see these Day approaching." (Hebrews 10:25)

A popular Christian catch-phrase, "You don't go to church, you are the church." While I get the sentiment in some ways, this is an unhealthy view, pitting "being the church" and "going to church" against each other. If we are truly "the Church," then we will surely get together with other believers regularly. We cannot "be" the church, if we don't "go" to church. Not fully anyways


God tells us in His Word to "not give up meeting together." (Hebrews 10:25)
The Bible even goes so far as to call the Church the "Bride of Christ." If you love Jesus, you will love the things that He loves, and there is no one a good man loves more than His bride. The Church is this important to God, so it should be ever-important to us. God didn't call us to gather and worship to burden us, but to bless us. Church attendance can become one of the greatest blessings in you and your family's life!

Jesus lives inside of us by His Spirit when we believe in Him - this is a profoundly incredible truth! But there is also something biblically powerful about gathering together with other believers to worship. Jesus said, "Where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them." (Matthew 18:20) So he is not only lives in us by His Spirit, but He is in the "midst" of us when we gather to worship Him.

All of us long for community and connection with others. God has given us this gift in gathering together for church, and in smaller groups in each other's homes. It fulfills something inside of us to do life with others, encourage each other and be authentically involved in each other's lives. Christian TV, podcasts, books and conferences are wonderful additions to our spiritual lives, but nothing can take the place of consistent Christian community through the local church.

It can be messy when we step into each other's lives. We are all human, and no one is perfect. So it requires effort and intentionality and grace from God to do life together, even as believers. Gathering regularly with other believers becomes a refining process
whereby we help each other, pray for each other and encourage each other to want to follow Christ more wholeheartedly. It is a truly beautiful thing.
Don't let excuses stand in the way of what you know God is calling you to do. God will strengthen you, and empower you to do what He has Called you to do. I am praying for you -- if you have encountered past wounds from leaders or from church members -- that God will bring healing and grace to you, as you seek to follow Him, and love His

FROM: AyooGhana.com

Friday, December 1, 2017

Kuami Eugene Says He Made Sacrifices To Make His Angela Hit Song & It's Serious

Ghanaian hiplife musician Kuami Eugene has opened up on the secret Behind his instant success in the highly competitive music industry Amidst the struggle and hustle. According to 2016 MTN Hitmaker, even though he was mocked, discouraged and faced stiff opposition from most Of his folks at Fadama, he never bothered because he knew he was going to catch fame one day.

"You just have to learn not to give up. I didn't give up on my dream despite the numerous trouble I was facing. Today those people who told me I was disturbing their ears whenever I start rehearsing have now Turned to be my fans. I give glory to God that I didn't give up." he said.
He added, "To do music is a do and don't… Music as a whole is actually different from any kind of dream. When you dream to become a musician, It's either you do and do it well or you don't start at all or it will waste your time. When you're satisfied with your talent to do music then you begin to work on the business and be focused.

"I've been with many underground artists, many of them have been Underground for over 6years and are still trying to put things together paying hugely to producers to get hit songs done but it's not happening. I made sacrifices for what I am today through the sudden rise was a surprise to me," Kuami Eugene made it clear on the 30Minitz Show. He, however, thanked his cherished fans and Ghanaians for their massive support even though he is new in the industry.

Source : Ghpage.com

Even the devil in hell won't accept ‘fake’ Obinim, Obambour and Kumchacha – Gospel Musician turns on the heat

A Ghanaian gospel musician Paul Addae, widely known as Bra Paul, has disclosed that controversial self-acclaimed Bishop Daniel Obinim, Prophet Kumchacha, and Ebenezer Adakwa Yiadom, are all fake 'Men of God' who have been rejected even in hell.

According to Bra Paul, all Ghanaian pastors who extort monies from Church members in exchange of anointing oil and any other items have been rejected by God. In a report by Zionfelix.net, the musician stated: "Any pastor who in the name of making profit will tell his
members to pay consultation fee or will sell anointing oil to their Members is fake". Bra Paul according to the report, says he does not even want to mention the names of some Ghanaian pastors in his conversation since the devil will not even accept them in hell.

"I don't want to talk about Bishop Obinim and kumchacha as both are not only rejected by God but by the devil as well. The likes of Prophet Ebenezer Adarkwa Yiadom are all wolves in sheep's clothing and should be put back on their track", Bra Paul was reported to have
said. The musician in his interview stated that the Christian Council Of Ghana must wake up and sanitize the Ghanaian system in order to expose charlatans who are parading themselves as 'Men of God'.

"The truth hurts but until it is told, no one will be willing to
change. Some gospel musicians also take in alcohol before performing
on stage and I believe it's about time we expose all these wolves to
the Ghanaian public," the singer fumed.

Bra Paul who was fired up in his conversation, vowed to wage war on 'fake' pastors and gospel musicians who are disgracing God and making Christianity unattractive to others.

SOURCE: Yen.com.gh

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