TREAT YOUR MEN WELL BEFORE WE COME AND TAKE THEM AWAY – Kenyan Singer Victoria Kimani To Ghanaian Ladies

American-born Kenyan singer, songwriter, actress and entertainer, Victoria Kimani, has described Ghanaian men as a vibe, and advised Ghanaian girls to treat them well before ladies like herself come to steal them.

Speaking with Kojo Manuel on the Dryve of Your Lyfe radio show which airs on Y107.9FM, she expressed that Ghanaian guys are a vibe, they are very sweet and they know how to talk.

Following Kojo Manuel’s comment that the Ghanaian women do not think same of their men, she said, “Then they don’t know what they’re missing. They say the grass is not greener somewhere else, it’s only green where you water it so I’ll tell the women water your grass before the likes of me and my friends come and take them away”.

She again added that Ghanaian girls are obviously good vibes just like the men, hence, there should be a reason why they don’t see Ghanaian guys as vibes too. “They could also maybe be vibes because I’m not from here so I can’t tell but there could also be an element of that in them.

Maybe you guys are not being vibes to Ghanaian girls too, maybe there’s a reason they’re saying that you’re not vibes so I’ll investigate”, the singer joked.

I AM SCARED OF DIVORCE – Nana Ama McBrown Reveals

Ghanaian actress and TV presenter, Nana Ama Mcbrown has outlined her fears relating to issues of divorce.

In an interview with Okyeame Quophi on Angel FM on January 12, 2021, monitored by GhanaWeb, the actress revealed how she dreads the word ‘divorce’.

But reacting to this, the McBrown’s Kitchen host said:

“I’m human and I sometimes get scared. I have Ghanaians at heart in everything I do so I try to order my steps cautiously. Divorce is something I really get scared of,” she said.

Earlier in August 2017, Counsellor George Lutterodt predicted the collapse of the marriage of the Ghanaian actress.

He said Mcbrown’s marriage lacks a biblical foundation adding that her husband, Mr Maxwell Mensah lacks authority in the family. To him, Maxwell lacks what it takes to manage and control the Ghanaian actress adding that Nana Ama Mcbrown is the one in charge.

Nana Ama McBrown has been married to her husband, Maxwell Mawuli Mensah for the past five years.

The host of “United Showbiz” has always praised her husband for being a solid rock behind her; her husband on the other hand has adored by many Ghanaians for his soft-spoken and calm composure.

The two have a beautiful daughter, named Maxin Mawusi Mensah, who was born two years ago.


The ceremony, one of the music industry’s biggest awards, was due to take place on 31 January.

The event will now take place on 14 March, due to rising infection numbers in Los Angeles and the state of California.

Beyoncé, Taylor Swift and Dua Lipa led the nominations for this years awards, which were announced in November.

“Nothing is more important than the health and safety of those in our music community and the hundreds of people who work tirelessly on producing the show,” said a statement from the Recording Academy, which runs the Grammys.

It is unclear whether comedian Trevor Noah, who was set to host the show, will still take part in this year’s ceremony.

The Grammys’ new date clashes with the previously-announced Screen Actors’ Guild awards. The actors union said it was “extremely disappointed” by the scheduling conflict.

“We announced the same date for the SAG Awards last July with the intent to give the greatest possible scheduling consideration for other awards shows,” it said in a statement. “We expect the same consideration from sister organizations throughout the industry.”

It said it was in conversation with the Recording Academy in an attempt to resolve the situation.

This year’s Grammys were already due to be a virtual event, in line with other recent award shows, such as the MTV VMAs and the Billboard Awards.

Other major ceremonies, including the Oscars, the Golden Globes and the Brit Awards have already been postponed.

The US state of California has been particularly hard hit by the spread of coronavirus, with ambulance workers in Los Angeles County being told not to transport patients with extremely low chances of survival to hospital.

Source: BBC


Award-winning Ghanaian actress and writer, Lydia Forson has said most men love the idea of pursuing ambitious women but are not ready to watch them do big things.

The 2010 Best Actress in a leading role for the African Movie Academy Award said she has noted that lots of men go after women in high positions but are unwilling to face the reality of their women doing better than them.

“What I’ve noticed is that a lot of men love ambitious women in theory but not in practice,” she said in a tweet.

According to her, “The idea of dating ambitious & successful women is so amazing, but the reality of watching her do big things & be ahead of you seems to be a tougher pill to swallow” she expressed.

“What I’ve noticed is that a lot of men love ambitious women in theory but not in practice. The idea of dating ambitious & successful women is so amazing, but the reality of watching her do big things & be ahead of you seems to be a tougher pill to swallow, the actress stated.

She further disclosed that her tweet was not directed to anyone.

“Please oh, I’m not subbing anyone. I had a conversation with a friend & he was gisting me of something he experienced. Thanks & God bless”.  


Award-Winning Radio personality and Musician, Abubakar Ahmed, known popularly as Blakk Rasta says it’s only a crazy person who will believe that the 2020 elections were credible.

According to him, the Electoral Commission which is the body charged with the management of elections in the country has on several occasions changed the figures; an indication that the process and outcome lacks credibility.

To him, the mistakes and discrepancies in terms of figures does not legitimise the President’s second term.

He said “What is happening in this country? If your own EC that had never been funded like it has been funded this time can come out not once and not twice to tell you time and again that there were discrepancies and figures have become nothing but chameleon figures changing colours every now and then, and you still have the guts to hold on to the results and say it is credible enough for you to celebrate a certain winner (then) you must be crazy”.

Ghana’s opposition NPP has said that it will not accept the results of a flawed election because to them, they won handsomely.

The party’s leader John Dramani Mahama said he and his party are upholding the country’s democratic principles and are ready to walk away only when there is an independent audit of the results declared by the electoral commission pointing to the fact that the NDC lost the election.

Meanwhile, the Electoral Commission has dismissed claims of rigging the election and has encouraged the NDC to use all legal means available to it, to seek redress.



Chief Executive Officer of the Golden Movie Awards, Mimi Andani Michaels has disclosed that she will never leave her husband for another woman just because he cheated.

Mimi Andani made this comment during her interview with Abeiku Santana on UTV’s Atuu that she will never leave her husband when she catches him cheating on her.

Mimi who is married for four years, also revealed that she would not allow any woman to snatch her husband as long as she is alive.

“Some women will leave their husbands when they catch them cheating but that is not me. I understand marriage so much that trivial issues will not let me lose my husband.

“How can I say I am leaving the husband I have toiled with for so many years for another lady to come and enjoy. That will not happen under my watch,” she said.

She explained that although she would be hurt if her husband went in for another lady, leaving him is not an option.

Mimi got married to Nana Michaels in 2016 in a star-studded wedding.

Wilhelmina Abu-Andani, simply known as Mimi is a former Big Brother Africa housemate. She represented Ghana during the third season of the show where she became the fifth housemate to be evicted on Day 56 after receiving 10/13 votes to evict.

She also used to be a Hiplife artiste with a number of hits to her credit, including ‘Leave Me Alone’ ft 4×4,  and “Tattoo”.

Source: NKONKONSA.com



The funeral of the late Jerry John Rawlings has been scheduled for 23 December 2020.

A statement issued by Mr. James Victor Gbeho, Head of the Funeral Planning Committee on Monday, 30 November 2020, said: “The family of His Excellency Jerry John Rawlings has, in consultation with the government, agreed that the date for the State funeral of the former President is confirmed for Wednesday, 23 December 2020 at the Independence Square in Accra”.

“The family is working in conjunction with the government on the finer details of the funeral ceremony and will communicate the arrangements in due course”, the statement said.

It added: “Individuals and institutions who wish to contribute tributes to the memory of Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings are reminded to email such tributes to tributes@jjrawlingsmemorial.org”.

The former President died on Thursday, 12 November 2020 at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.


Rapper Quamina MP has lost his dad through the accident that occurred on the Accra-Akosombo highway, Thursday.

The update comes less than 12 hours after the two were reported to have been involved in an accident.

Available information had indicated that although Quamina MP escaped unhurt, his father was in a critical situation and had been rushed to the hospital for medical attention.

In a post shared on Twitter, the vehicle in which they were travelling was seen to have been totally wrecked from the impact of the crash.

Videos from the scene also showed the rapper badly shaken by the incident.

The rapper’s accident comes barely a week after six people died in an accident at Frante, in the Ejura Sekyedumase Municipality of the Ashanti Region.

The accident also left about 50 others with various degrees of injuries. A day later, a number of passengers were rushed to St Patrick Hospital in Offinso after two vehicles collided at Denase near Kodie also in the Ashanti Region.

Meanwhile, the National Road Safety Authority says a total of 2080 people have died from road accidents this year. The data according to the NRSA is from January to October 2020.


Mother of Comedian Funny Face’s twins has delivered a bouncy baby girl.

Contrary to claim by Funny Face that he was expecting a baby boy, Ama Vanessa delivered a baby girl on Tuesday November 24, 2020 at Kumasi in the Ashanti region.

This would be her third child with the Comedian after their twins Ella and Bella.

Meanwhile, Funny Face who is very active on social media and puts practically everything there, hasn’t made any comment on the arrival of his baby girl yet.

However, Vanessa’s father Jah Wizdom has confirmed the birth of his grand-daughter on Neat FM’s “Entertainment GH” this morning, adding that the family is waiting for Funny Face to meet with them to do the needful, as custom demands.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Rapper Kwaw Kese believes politicians and armed rubbers are the same.

According to him the only difference between Politicians and armed robbers, is their respective modes of operation but they both end up stealing from innocent people.

The “Abodam” crooner who is currently based in America stated this in a video on social media that the youth should wise-up and stop killing themselves for politicians.

“Politicians and armed robbers, they are all the same. The only difference be say armed robbers dey use guns and ammunitions, politicians dey use pen and paper but they are all robbing from the people, they are all the same. So don’t go and kill yourself for politician when he dey send hundred thousand to his kiddies for US make them take chill. Massa wise-up”, Kwaw Kese stated.

For some time now Kwaw Kese has criticising politicians and celebrities such as D-Black, Sarkodie, Kuami Eugene and others who have endorsed political parties.

Source: NKONKONSA.com