Saturday, July 20, 2019

Stacy Amewoyi Talks About True Love And How To Grow It Together

I had a one on one conversation with a friend sometime ago, he told me his relationship broke up with his best friend which made him loose interest in many things.
This was what he told me “The last time I was with her, before saying goodbye, she told me that she did not believe that friendship exists between the opposite gender.”

While the divorce rate in Africa is 37%, America is close to 50%, Europe 53%, and Asia is 15% these tells you that, true love seems to be a fiction of any Nigerian movies, Ghanaian movies, and Hollywood movie.

I determined to find the meaning of truth Love so I met so many different men and women and they told me their experiences and views on Love issues. These are some of the knowledge i have gained about successful relationships.

Make Memories Daily

"Couples who try to experience some kind of meaningful connection every day, or create a fun memory; They are the couples that shattered my perception of what was possible in a love relationship. "

Never Stop Growing

"I learned that a long-term relationship is not about making you happy. It's about personal growth. To put it simply, the happiness we all desire is a result of overcoming challenges and obstacles together, and experiencing the emotions of victory and achievement. "

Inna Patty, Miss Ghana 2019 Queens, Okyeame Kwame & Other Grace The 2019 Launch Of Rhythms On De Runway

The 2019 edition of annual fashion and music event, Rhythms on the Runway was launched Thursday, 18th July, at the African Reagent Hotel, Accra .

The Event which was held at the rooftop of the African Regent Hotel, the star-studded and colourful launch offered a preview of what this year’s event promises.

legendary highlife singers Rex Omar & Paulina Oduro, Inna Patty, Miss Ghana 2019 Queens, Jon Germain, DJ Vyrusky, Okyeame Kwame, Nathaniel Attoh, Coded (4×4), Ophelia Crossland and many others attended the launch hosted by starr Drive's host, Cookie Tee.

This years Rhythms On The Runway is set for August 31st, 2019 at the Christiansborg (Osu) Castle, this year’s event dubbed ‘The Year of Return’ edition will showcase the beauty of Ghanaian and African fashion.

DKB Gets Back His 4,000gh From Dafabet To Do Charity

It is no news now that comedian DKB lost his bet on Ghana Black Stars to win the African Cup of Nations Tournament. Well, can you blame him, most Ghanaians were optimistic that this time around the Stars will bring back Gold. To his [DKB] disappointment the Black Stars exited at the second stage of the competition.

The comedian after the loss expressed his disappointment  and admitted this was the first time he has ever placed a bet. In a social media post right after the match that saw the Ghana Black Stars out of the tournament, the comedian said “The First time I decided to put my confidence in the Black Stars and place my bet, Ghc 4000 is gone, I could have used it for something profitable like for charity...” Nothing could spell hurt more than the video the comedian put out after the disappointing defeat.

Additional information reaching us says the sports betting company; DAFABET, has decided to give back the Ghc 4000 to DKB to be used for Charity. According to the Country Manager Sybil Diawuo-Appiah, "DKB's bet got a lot of mileage across social media and news lines, so we decided to appreciate him by returning his stake amount to him for any charity of his choice”. This would mean the money is not completely lost, but would serve as a benefit to many under privileged individuals in our society.

Friday, July 19, 2019

Zee TM Jabs Fallen Ghanaian Music Groups

New Ghanaian music duo, Zee Town Melody (ZeeTM), has gone hard on fallen groups in the Ghanaian music industry while labeling individuals in such groups as "greedy and selfish".

Wutah Kobby released a video this week stating categorically that the group Wutah is no more and that it is just one of the stories of fallen groups in the country with the likes of Praye, Trinity, and Wutah following the same path.

In an exclusive interview with the 'Guda' boys, they claimed these groups began very well but as the fame and money got into their heads, individuals of these groups became greedy and selfish.

"Growing up, we listened to great songs by some of these groups and if they were still together they would have taken Ghana music to the next level but fame and money led to greed and selfishness."


The annual young achievers summit awards by TwentyPlus Group is set to happen this Saturday.

The Entrepreneurship event that brings together youth to educate, support and promote entrepreneurship amongst persons over the four years would be held this year at the KAMA Conference Center, Labone.

With over 200 attending, participants get to listen to amazing Speakers like Michael Kwesi Ofori (CEO of UniEmploy International, Global Award winning Speaker Kwame A.A Opoku, Joy Wilson, Kwadwo Sheldon (Content King), Award winning Fashion Designer & Icon Abrantie Yaw Boamah, Prince Akpah (MD, Avance Media), Mrs. Leslie Aidoo Mensah (Founder and President of Afra K Fashion School), Paul Coffie Bebobru Jnr (CEO, ToaHouse) and All the way from Germany Derrrick S. Vomawor.

The 3 session Event would see a panel discussion with young entrepreneurs like Edwin Elikem Amenyeawu (CEO, Priceless Group Africa), Stephanie Ode Wilson (CEO, SCOWN Properties LTD), Editor in Chief of Debonair Afrik Nuel Bans and Mrs. Elizabeth Owusu Boadi (Executive Director, Banel International).

2019 Miss Malaika Ghana Audition Begins On July 27

Organizers of Miss Malaika Ghana beauty pageant have announced the date and the venue for the audition of this year's edition which is scheduled for 27th July 2019.

The venue as sighted by Cypress Ghana in a Social Media post is Tomreik Hotel with the dress code being white tank top, jeans and high heels.

Young, bold, beautiful and intelligent ladies can register and be part of the 2019 audition process by logging on to to register for free.

The organizers also used the opportunity to warn those interested not to fall for scammers who try to sell the forms to them in an attempt to hoodwink them to believe they will get the opportunity to pass the audition.

Months ago, the organizers introduced "Tag a Queen", where they gave opportunities to the ladies with most tag to skip the first audition to the semi finals.

For over 16 years, the Miss Malaika Beauty pageant has had many beautiful and intelligent young Ghanaian ladies experience amazing turn around in their lives. 

Thursday, July 18, 2019

DJ Lord, Sleek, Highly, DJ Shortflex And More Listed For MuseChic Party On Friay 19th July

Top Ghanaian DJs, DJ Lord of Live 91.9fm, DJ Sleek of Pluzz 89.9fm, the baddest female DJ now, DJ Highly and DJ Shortflex are set to mash up MuseAfrica’s MuseChic Party this Friday 19th July at the Shuga Night Club, next to Coffee Shop in Labone, for only GHs 30.

The Muse Chic party is the most talked-about Friday night out this July and everyone you love to hang out with is going to be.

“Let me say that the Party is open to all and it is not just for women or ladies” – Director of Muse Africa George Wiredu Duah addressed the issue of some people saying it is a party for only women.

He later added that the Chic Party is just the theme for the occasion and it does not mean that only women are allowed.

“The party is about us celebrating all the amazing female stars that have been on the Muse Chic show on TV and on social media over the past few months” – Mr. George Wiredu Duah, stated.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Makeup Artistry, Great For Africa’s Economic Freedom - Rebecca Donkor

Rebecca Donkor, the CEO of Makeup Ghana, the Industry Advocate for Colour Cosmetics (Makeup) in Ghana and organisers of the Ghana Makeup Awards and the Africa Makeup & Beauty Fair, has urged Africans to take the Makeup Industry as a serious business sector.

Rebecca further urged that the continent should not consider Makeup Artistry as only for making women confident in their looks, but also as a vibrant, fast-growth sector to help drive the continent’s economic growth.

'The Makeup and Beauty Industry is one of the most dynamic and innovative business sectors globally and if we can take advantage of it, it will drive the economic freedom Africa strives to attain. Makeup is serious business” she stated.

Rebecca was speaking to NEWS-ONE after receiving the 2019 Africa Makeup Icon of the Year Award in Nigeria. This was during the first edition of Face of Zikel International Awards held over the weekend.

Rebecca was given this award in recognition of her contribution towards Africa's Makeup Industry. In the past few years she has helped raise standards in the Makeup & Beauty Industry. The Ghana Makeup Awards, pioneered the celebration of excellence by Ghanaian and African practitioners, businesses  and brands in the Makeup and Beauty Industry.


Pan-African Historical Theatre Festival (Panafest) is a biennial cultural festival which seeks to promote Pan Africanism through Arts and Culture. It is held every two years in Ghana– West Africa; for Africans and people of African descent as well as all persons committed to the well-being of Africans on the Continent and in the Diaspora.

The Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) in partnership with PANAFEST Foundation, the Ministry of Tourism Arts and Culture (MoTAC), Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Regional Integration in Ghana, Ghana High Commission in the United Kingdom, Musicbiz Ghana, UNAfrik, and communications company, People’s Plug will on Friday 19th July 2019 launch the PANAFEST International Expo UK (PIE_UK) 

Scheduled to take place at the premises of Ghana High Commission in London (104 Highgate Hill, Highgate, London N6 5HE), the PANAFEST International Expo UK will serve as the launch of an official channel for executions of Panafest activations internationally, starting with PANAFEST 2021.

On hand to provide entertainment at the event will be guest artistes: the Borbor Fantse Cultural Troupe and multiple award winning Ghanaian musician, Jupitar, who also serves as the Panafest Music Ambassador. 

DJ Prytty Releases Hot ‘Lights Up’ GH Hiphop Mixdown

Fast-rising female DJ, DJ Prytty has released her highly anticipated mixtape titled ‘Lights Up’.

The perfectly mixed body of work is a 33 minute mix of current back to back Ghanaian hip hop hit tracks from artistes including Kofi Mole, Medikal, Joey B, RJZ, Kwesi Arthur, etc.

According to DJ Prytty, she has recede positive comments since the official release on her birthday July 8.

Funke Akindele Announces Clean Naija National Handwash Challenge On Silverbird TV

Funke Akindele was recently hosted on the popular Silverbird TV breakfast show, ‘Today on STV’, where she discussed her career, motherhood and her CSR work on promoting hygiene and good health in Nigeria through Dettol’s Clean Naija Initiative.

The Jenifa star also spoke on the need for better general health practices including daily hand hygiene as this singular act can prevent illnesses like diarrhea, making  families and communities healthier and happier.

The Clean Naija initiative, which was created to achieve a cleaner nation through the continuous habit of proper handwashing and personal hygiene, has so far, through mass awareness, social education and provision of infrastructure for proper hand hygiene habits has been achieving its mandate so far.

When asked what her partnership with Dettol means for Nigerians, Funke Akindele said, “Our goal is to get 20 million clean hands by the end of year 2020, and as such, I’d personally champion the promotion of proper personal hygiene in Nigeria.

I Have Survived 3 Civil Wars & Overcome Depression - Juliet Ibrahim Shares True Life Story

Actress and philanthropist, Juliet Ibrahim has detailed her real life experiences in a recent snippet shared on her social media pages. 

According to her she has survived three civil wars, conquered depression, amongst others.

The short video which is sort of a mini movie, shows Juliet in an African queen garment sitting and narrating her story.

She detailed "my life has been one hell of a rollercoaster ride. I have cried, I have been broken, I have felt fear, I have had close shaves with death, I have been depressed,  I have laughed, I have healed, I have been brave, I have survived."

She added "every experience has shaped the woman I am today. From surviving 3 civil wars to becoming the Juliet Ibrahim."

Towards the end, Juliet invited all her fans to join her on this new journey into her life, which she titled "A Toast To Life". It hasn't been confirmed whether it is a docu-series, a movie, or a book.

GOtv Boxing Night 19: Organisers Promise Adequate Security

Flykiite Productions, organizers of GOtv Boxing Night, have assured fans attending the 19th edition of the event (GOtv Boxing Night 19) of adequate security in and around the venue. The professional boxing event holds on Sunday at the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium, Lagos.

Jenkins Alumona, Managing Director/CEO, Flykite Productions, disclosed that necessary arrangements have been put in place to ensure the safety of the boxers, officials and the fans at the event venue.

 “The safety of everyone who will be at the venue is of paramount importance to us. It is important for us to ensure that the boxers, who are the principal actors, as well as the fans,  feel safe during the event. 

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

#BBNaija: Esther Becomes First Female Head Of House

Big Brother Naija Housemate, Esther has emerged winner of this week’s Head of House challenge.

She is the first female to win that position in the “Pepper Dem” edition.

She emerged the winner after the weekly task as instructed by Biggie.

Housemates were assigned Biggie’s memory challenge, they were given 20 minutes to find the cards and memorise the numbers on each card and their locations.

Esther emerged winner as she memorised the numbers of each card and their positions ahead of Ike, Seyi, Gedoni, Jackye, and Omoshola who were in the final rounds.

Vodafone Talks Private Sector Relevance In SDGs At UN Forum

Mr. Gayheart Mensah, External Affairs Director of Vodafone Ghana, has said that private sector players have immense potential to accelerate the attainment of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Ghana, if they put their minds and efforts behind it.

Speaking at a side-event during the UN High Level Political Forum (HLPF) at the UN Headquarters in New York on the theme, "Empowering people and ensuring inclusiveness and equality”, Gayheart called for a relook at how successful organisations are assessed, in order to ensure that the private sector contributes more significantly to delivering on the SDGs.

“Organizations should not be assessed only by how profitable or economically sustainable they are. The social and economic sustainability of their activities should be key components of any assessment, and not just left to conscience, morality and ethics. This will make organizations strive for partnerships and the appropriate governance framework that will support the attainment of the 2030 Agenda,” he suggested.

He said that Vodafone is persuaded that there is something more valuable than just being a profitable organization and that is the impact an organization has on people and communities. That, he stated, explains the current partnership Vodafone has with the Government of Ghana, particularly the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS).