Chairman Wontumi, the Ashanti Regional Chairman for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has reacted to the brewing police case involving embattled preacher, Rev Owusu Bempah issue which seems to have become a topic of political interest.
Replying to those who are of the view that the NPP has abandoned Prophet Owusu Bempah over his court case, Chairman Wontumi posited that the ruling party has abandoned Prophet Owusu Bempah.
According to Chairman Wontumi, the popular Prophet remains a member of the party but the party is different from the country Ghana which is ruled by laws.
He explained that the NPP party respects the laws of the country and can’t stop it from working.
The head of the Glorious Word Power Ministry is expected to reappear before the Accra Circuit Court on Monday, September 20, 2021.
Ghanaian YouTuber, Kwadwo Sheldon has asserted that no Ghanaian owes any artiste the streaming or buying of songs by any artiste as some songs made by these musicians are of the standard is low.
According to him, although many local folks have the desire to support local artists, they soon become discouraged by the songs they churn out that usually do not have great content and are unfit for consumption by the international audience.
Kwadwo Sheldon maintained that until Ghanaian musicians begin to work hard on their craft, polish their craft, invest heavily in their talent, churn out great songs and market it properly, Ghanaians will have no option than to stream and listen to the best alternative; the Nigeria music.
He shared the audio below as a reply to an earlier post-Ghanaian rapper DBlack made about Ghanaians’ over-consumption of Nigerian music which is detrimental to the growth and internationalization of Ghana music.
Renowned Ghanaian sport journalist, Michael Oti Adjei has showered praises on media personality, Deloris Frimpong Manso aka Delay over her interviewing skills.
Michael Oti Adjei noted on his Twitter page that he is impressed with the way Delay is able to get the most out of her interviews and recommended that her interviewing style should be taught in journalism school
Oti-Adjei wrote: “How Delay gets the most out of her interviews is something that should be taught in journalism schools and newsrooms,”
Delay, extremely flattered by the compliment, posted it on her social media pages.
She captioned a screenshot of Oti-Adjei’s post: “Confam ✌️,”
comments come after an old video of Delay interviewing ailing actor Psalm Adjetefio popped up.
In the interview, the ‘Taxi Driver’ actor was sobbing as he recalled abandoning his kids to chase after a womanhe described as a ‘devil’.
Loudmouth Ghanaian legal practitioner, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw has castigated former president John Mahama accusing him of being responsible for Ghana’s problems currently because of his utterance.
According to Maurice Ampaw, after benefitting a lot from the Ghanaian taxpayer, the 2020 flagbearer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) is rather repaying the country with troubles.
Speaking on Wontumi TV, the seasoned lawyer maintained that with what Mr. Mahama has achieved in his political life, he must immediately “step aside so that other people will take over the leadership role in the NDC”.
He was livid that after just 8 months that President Akufo-Addo has started forming his government in his second term, John Mahama has taken it upon himself to mount unnecessary pressure on the current administration.
“In the name of thank-you tour, you are rather raising the political temperature in Ghana”, Lawyer Ampaw chastised Mr. Mahama.
Ghanaian actor, Nii Saka Brown has gone hard at senior colleague, Psalm Adjeteyfio for coming out to beg Ghanaians for financial help at his age following his distressed lifestyle.
The whole of last week has all been about Mr. Adjetefio who unashamedly said at his age he was still renting and even owed house rent, Beyond that, he needed money to take care of himself and his health as he has literally been reduced to nothingness.
The aging actor upon getting wind of the criticisms launched a tirade and curses against his ‘oppressors’ by saying diseases took a big chunk of his fortune and since he did not invite those diseases into his life, those mocking him will suffer the same fate.
But Nii Saka Brown is not having any of that by stating plainly that Mr. Adjeteyfio, who is widely known as TT is a big failure for not structuring his life properly.
The Vice President of the Republic of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia stepped in and gifted the actor an amount of ¢30,000 to cover his rent issues and also ¢20,000 for ‘pocket money.’
Henry Quartey, the Greater Accra Regional Minister also pledged to provide a monthly stipend of ₵1,500 when the trending issue was brought to his attention. Furthermore, socialite Ayisha Modi also came through by pledging to pay for his rent for life plus other monetary assistance.
Sensational Ghanaian singer and rapper, Andy Osei Safo widely known in Ghana as Kweku Flick, has renewed his contract with BKC Music Limited.
Management of BKC Music made the announcement in a statement copied to Zionfelix.net.
This follows months of rumours regarding the future of the relationship between BKC Music Ltd. and Kweku Flick.
After months of negotiation and discussions between the two parties on the direction of Kweku Flick’s career, a mutually beneficial agreement has been reached.
“The contract has been extended, allowing BKC Music Limited to serve as the sole and legal representatives for all business related to Kweku Flick and his music. Any business (whether concluded or not) which did not or does not pass through BKC Music Limited will be considered illegal, null and void. All interested parties should therefore take note and direct all negotiations through the proper channels.
“Kweku Flick, who broke onto the music scene in 2019 with the single ‘Awake’, and has gone on to produce hit singles like ‘Money’ & ‘Bye Bye’ under BKC Music Limited’s management, is excited with the new direction for his future,” part of the statement read.
It added: “He is currently working on his debut EP whose title and release date will be communicated at a later date.”