A Kumasi-based prophet, Stephen Kwadwo Adom has predicted an impending doom for several known personalities including actress, Nana Ama McBrown and her husband, Maxwell Mensah, Afia Schwarzenegger, Shatta Wale and others.

According to Prophet Adom who is the founder and leader of Zion Miracle Worship Center (ZMWC), the couple’s marriage will collapse if care is not taken by McBrown.

In a viral video, Prophet Adom who is seen preaching in a church minced no words as he cautioned McBrown to be careful and prayerful in order avoid disgrace.

‘You should tell Nana Ama McBrown that they are going to disgrace her. The marriage that she holds dear is going to collapse. Nana Ama McBrown’s marriage will collapse and it will disgrace to her,” the prophet declared in the viral video.

Mcbrown got married to Maxwell in 2016 in a gorgeous private wedding ceremony.

But despite the fact that the two are enjoying their love, they have come under attacks a few times for one reason or the other.

Since their marriage, there have some scepticisms over what critics deem as the vast age difference between the actress and her husband. While McBrown is 40 years, Maxwell is 35 years old.

Prophet Adom’s prediction may be deemed by many of these critics as a confirmation to their earlier arguments. Meanwhile, the prophet has incurred the wrath of on-air-personality Afia Schwarzenegger over a prophecy. Prophet Adom disclosed that if Afia Schwar does not take care, she will die very soon at Kumasi in the Ashanti region.

The Prophet also revealed that if Ghana’s Dancehall Singer Shatta Wale doesn’t take care, he would die through road accident in December this year.

He also warned the Brong Ahafo regional minister and other to be care or they would die.

Watch the video below:


Ruff Town Records Artiste, Wendy Shay has put to rest trolls of her hairstyle.

Wendy Shay became a subject of trolls after users of Instagram realized the artiste had kept her weave for three months.

They could not fathom why an artiste of her calibre will continue to put on a weave for three months.

But in a reply to a comment on her social media page spotted a post in which, the artiste indicated that she is a professional nurse and knows the importance of personal hygiene.

She indicated that she changes her hair every week but keeps the same style because that is her brand identity.


Ground Up artiste, Kwesi Arthur has revealed that he has never been in a romantic relationship before.

He told Jessica Opare-Saforo on Citi 97.3 FM that he is currently single and does not intend to get into any relationship now. The 24 year-old artiste said that he has never dated anyone before.

“I don’t have a girlfriend. I’ve never had one before. I am single although I love everyone who shows me love,” he said.

However, he admitted that he was not a virgin. According to him his decision to stay out of romantic relationships is to focus on his music career so he could get to the height he seeks to attain.

Already, he has earned a place on the international music front with his nomination in the 2018 Black Entertainment (BET) Awards.

Even though he did not win, his nomination in the Best New International Act: Viewers’ Choice category won him a lot of exposure both in and outside Ghana.

At the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, his ‘Grind Day’ hit song was adjudged the Hip hop song of the Year. He is currently out with a highlife song titled ‘Woara.’


Ghana is inching even closer to getting world titles and bringing back the good old days with Cabic Promotions and Management’s new signing Patrick Alotey #thedarlingboyarrow set to defend his WBO Africa Super Welterweight Title as he headlines the CABIC BIG FIGHT NIGHT on 11th August 2018 at the Bukom Boxing Arena.

As the main bout, PATRICK ALOTEY, #darlingboyarrow from GHANA, the defending champion of the WBO Africa Super Welterweight Champion will face-off with the challenger, BADRU LUSAMBYA from UGANDA. It will be a spectacular pound-for-pound battle to behold with Ghana hopeful of keeping the title since the smooth and hard punching champion himself, the #darlingboyarrow is in charge and firmly in control.

Ghana will fly the flag high with two other WBO title fights against Kenya and Nigeria and three other undercard fights; all on the same night. CABIC Promotions and Management, the event promoters are the new big boys in Ghana Boxing with affiliations across the world. In an interview with the CEO, Mr. Ivan Bruce Cudjoe who doubles as the CEO for Travel Matters Travel and Tours, he gave full assurances that all three African titles will be won and retained in Ghana.

He further stated that the ultimate for him and his team is the need to grab a World Title Belt as soon as possible to make Ghanaian boxing lovers happy once again. Mr. Ellis Quays also an engineer and director at CABIC Promotions promised an exciting boxing showdown and thus appealed to boxing lovers and Ghanaians in general to come in their numbers on 11th August 2018 to cheer on the boxers to victory.

The full package for the fight with exciting performances and ticket packages as well as date of arrival for the international boxers shall all be announced at the official launching day set for next week.


Socialite, Shatta Michy has disclosed that she cried for “like two days” because of the scorn and ridicule she was subjected to after photos were posted online of her ‘flat’ breats.

She shared her experiences about the aftermath of her attending the 2016 Golden Movie Awards at the Kempinski Hotel when speaking on the topic ‘Internet Trolling – Who To Blame.’

“… ‘like two days and I was done crying, It was other women body-shaming me that actually got to me because I don’t do that to other girls,” recounted Michy to Berla Mundi, host of ‘The Late Afternoon Show’ on GhOneTV.

“I feel like we have grown up, that’s for kids, High School. We need to support each other because I don’t mind if its the men because the men can say whatever they want but woman to woman, that got me.”

The ‘Late Afternoon Show’ ushers in a new era of talk show which delves into social issues, real life stories and lifestyle from the point of the young, fun and vibrant adult.

With a mixed bag of everything that is discussed amongst the new generation, the show identifies with the emotions of people whiles seeking to answer often asked questions on health, wealth, fashion, cuisine, entertainment and more.

Each episode tackles a specific theme and topic with experts, personalities or celebrities coming in to share peculiar and outstanding stories about themselves and others in order to inspire, advice and inform viewers.

The Late Afternoon Show airs on Monday and Friday at 4pm on GHOne TV and DSTV CH 361.

I HAVE A MAN, GO AND GET YOURS – Efia Odo Blasts Delay

Actress and TV host Andrea Owusu popularly known as Efia Odo yesterday came out to angrily lash out at controversial TV Presenter Deloris Frimpong Manso, known as Delay for involving herself in her relationship.

The actress, 25, did not take kindly to suggestions by the Delay Show host to keep her relationship on the low because the guy she was dating now had massive flaws and could make her relationship go south soon.

On hearing this, “Heels And Sneakers” star took to the micro-blogging website Twitter to call out Delay and suggest she leaves her alone.

She wrote “Dear Delay, I’m sorry I don’t sleep with peoples husband(no shade), that’s why I’m able to show MY MAN to the world. Why should I hide someone I’m so proud of, flaws and all? If a relationship will fail, it will be due to lies distrust insecurities and miscommunication. But we good!”

Read the tweet below:


This year’s Miss Universe Ghana, one of Ghana’s oldest and prestigious beauty pageants, was launched at the La Villa Boutique Hotel, Osu in Accra last Thursday.

The event organised by  MALZ Promotions Ltd was graced by several industry players, as well as some past winners of the pageant.

In her presentation at the launch, the National Director for Miss Universe Ghana, Menaye Donkor-Muntari, who is also a past beauty queen, said this year’s theme,
“Empowering young women and breaking barriers in the man’s world,” reflects the pageant’s goal of grooming confident young ladies to take up various roles in the society.

“As Miss Universe Ghana 2004, a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist and model, I am proud to be part of the Miss Universe Ghana brand to help other young Ghanaian women to achieve their goals.

“I can assure all that there will be transparency, honesty, integrity and professionalism at the end of the event and I know Ghanaians will appreciate it,” she said.

She admitted that last year’s event was a very challenging but  successful event by the grace of God, with the help of a committed team who supported her vision.

This year’s event will mark the 26th edition and has the support of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts and the Ghana Tourism Authority.

In all, 14 ladies will be selected for the final event and Mrs Donkor-Muntari is very sure that this year’s competition will bring a wealth of exposure to the contestants.

The Managing Director of Multimedia Group, Mr Santokh Singh, whose outfit is collaborating with Miss Universe Organisation, said he was happy to be part of the event.

“It’s time we erased the perception that beautiful women cannot be intelligent. Multimedia is supporting Miss Universe Ghana for what they stand for and represent and it’s time we empower young women to live their dreams,” he stated.


Ghanaian UK based Gospel musician, Dr. Sonnie Badu has welcomed a bouncing baby boy with his wife, Ann-Marie Badu.

The couple who got married on August 23, 2014, welcomed their third baby in London on Saturday July 7, 2018.

The elated new father in town took to his Instagram page to share a wonderful testimony:

“And God just granted me my ticket to the next generation. Today, a king is born, the one I have been working so hard for. What can I say? To Mrs Badu, thank you so much and you know love you loads. These past 9 months has not been a joke but in all things, what shall I render unto my Lord … I am truly grateful … What a date: 07/07: He’s Definitely here to finish what daddy has started … I love you Son”.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 

“MY SUICIDE THREAT WAS A STUNT” – Joyce Dzidzor Mensah

Troubled former AIDS ambassador for the Ghana AIDS Commission, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah who issued what was considered a suicide note on Saturday, now says she faked it to protect her children in school.

Dzidzor had bid a final ‘farewell’ to this world of troubles ahead of what she said was going to be her final interview on earth at 3FM, from where she was to proceed to the village where her children are, kill them and kill herself.

She was hoping to go to “a place where there is no sorrow, a place where people will never call my children AIDS children, a place where I will not be judged wrongly, a place where there is no hunger. A place where my children will not be sacked for school fees, a place where we will not pay for accommodation. A place where no one will beat me for using their bathroom.”

Joyce Dzidzor had concluded thus: “May our souls rest in peace.”

Graphic Online duly alerted the police, which quickly deployed to salvage the situation if she indeed intended to carry through the threat.

Happily, the controversial actress and singer tells friends it was only a stunt to better the peace of her children.


Ex-HIV & AIDS Ambassador Joyce Dzidzor Mensah has left a suicide note this morning on her Facebook page.

Joyce, who is a single mother of 3, has threatened to kill her 3 kids and kill herself today.
Benevolent Ghanaians to aid her to get out of the deep financial crisis in which she currently finds herself.

She disclosed that she has no means to raise money to support the education of her three children as a single mother. The reason, she stated, is that no one wants to work with her because of her HIV/AIDS status.

In December 2014, Dzidzor publicly announced that she lied about her HIV/AIDS status for years and had never tested positive for the disease before working with the Ghana AIDS commission as an HIV/AIDS ambassador.

After that declaration, she has been on several media platforms trying to defend her actions, even though she has received widespread criticisms from Ghanaians and the Ghana AIDS Commission.

However, in 2016, she made a shocking U-turn to say she, indeed, tested positive for the virus. She had to lie about her status to protect her children from stigmatization.

Rea her suicide note below:

Source: NKONKONSA.com