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I WILL NEVER DENY MY FUTURE HUSBAND ANAL SEX – Vicky Zugah

Actress Vicky Zugah has said that she won’t hesitate to engage in anal sex with her future husband if that is what it takes to save her marriage.

Vicky, who was speaking about anal sex in marriage on the new season of Purple Room with Akua Amoakowaa on Angel TV, claimed that anal sex plays an important role in saving some marriages.

She will, therefore, gladly give in to her future husband if he demands for it.

The actress, however, denied ever having anal sex in the past despite earlier reports allegeing “she loves anal sex.”

“I have personally never had anal sex before. There was a time I was misconstrued on an interview I granted about anal sex. We were talking about oral sex and the host asked a question about anal sex but I wasn’t smart to know he changed the topic to anal sex and I said yes. So it was all over the place that I said I like anal sex. But before God and man, I have never tried anal sex before,” she revealed.

 “Probably in the future with my husband but I haven’t done it yet. Probably because with you and your husband, you can never say never. People have their different ways to satisfy their sexual desire in marriage. So you can never say never,” she added.

Purple Room is one of the few shows on Ghanaian TV which help viewers solve various issues, including those in marriage.Vicky was on the show on Wednesday with fellow actor Timothy Bentum, who kicked against her stand on anal sex. He said it is not  healthy to engage in anal sex and advised couples to stay away from it.

Source: Peacefmonline.com

LOOKING GOOD WHEN YOU ARE BROKE IS NOT FAKE LIFE – Sandra Ankobiah

Sandra Ankobiah has jumped to the defence of people who are tagged as “fake” just because they are ‘broke’ and look stylish at all times.

According to her, it is not appropriate to describe such persons as “fake”, adding that there is no rule as to how one must look like when ‘broke.”

Sandra, who is one of Ghana’s influential showbiz personalities and lawyer, has always been praised for her ‘expensive’ lifestyle.

Her sense of fashion is top-notch and always attracts people. She is regarded as one of Ghana’s celebrities who hang out at some of the most expensive places in the world.

It is unclear if she gets trolled on social media like other showbiz icons for her chic appearance.

She took to Twitter to defend those who are trolled in that direction on Saturday.

“Looking good when you are broke is not “FAKE LIFE,” she tweeted.

“It’s not a must that you look like a beggar because you are broke, or not at your ideal financial status. Package yourself. Perspective is everything,” she indicated.

EMY AFRICA AWARDS 2019 CALL FOR NOMINATIONS  

The 4th Annual EMY Africa Awards is coming this June.

West Africa’s biggest award event, celebrating men who shape Africa. It is time to nominate your man of the year. The following are this year’s award categories and their description

MAN OF THE YEAR – GHANA
Recognises a man who is very impactful in society; a change exponent; responsible paterfamilias and mentor; an innovator; a visible team player; a certifiable gentleman and pillar of community.

MAN OF THE YEAR – AFRICA
Recognises an African man who is very impactful in his society – one who is a change exponent; responsible paterfamilias and mentor; an innovator; a visible team player; a certifiable gentleman and a pillar of his community.

WOMAN OF THE YEAR – GHANA
Recognises a woman of excellence and innovation who has inspired many; who has broken new ground or old barriers; and contributed to her community and the nation at large, in her professional and volunteer leadership.

WOMAN OF THE YEAR – AFRICA
Recognises an African woman of excellence and innovation who has inspired many; who has broken new ground or old barriers; and contributed to her community and the continent at large, in her professional and volunteer leadership.

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Recognises an acclaimed veteran of an industry who has been an exemplary leader over the course of his lifetime, whose work has broken barriers and influenced change, and who is a role model in his careers and community involvement.

DIASPORAN AWARD
This award recognises a Ghanaian living in the diaspora who has made significant contribution to his area of residence and is also involved in development in Ghana.

CITIZEN GHANA AWARD
This award recognises a Ghanaian who against all odds maintains a watchful eye on the state of affairs of the country and blows the whistle when necessary. He must be a man who encourages national discourse on development, human rights and freedoms, and the fight against corruption.

OSAGYEFO PAN AFRICAN PEACE AWARD
This recognises the man whose position, demeanour and intervention in matters of conflict and have brought resolution to flashpoint tension, internal discord and threat to national peace and stability.

MEDIA EXCELLENCE AWARD
Recognises a man who has built formidable and communications enclave far outstripping existing media in innovative programming and commendable expansions.

YOUNG ACHIEVER – MALE
A man under the age of 40 who has excelled and showed evidence of impactful contribution in his area of endeavour.

YOUNG ACHIEVER – FEMALE
A woman under the age of 40 who has excelled and showed evidence of impactful contribution in her area of endeavour.

MEN GROUP/CLUB OF THE YEAR
This award recognises an outstanding men organisation who by proof of their participation and contribution have made an impact on society.

CONTINENTAL ICON AWARD
This award recognises to icons in diverse fields whose impact and works have been seen and felt across the continent of Africa. Businessmen, entertainers, health workers, legal practitioners, sportsmen, diplomats, etc.

THE SETTLER AWARD
This award recognises a socio-economically active resident non-Ghanaian or 2nd/3rd generation Ghanaian who has made an impactful contribution in area of endeavour, especially with involvement in development, investment, etc.

HUMANITARIAN AWARD
This award recognises a personality who has demonstrated love for humanity and who has contributed to communal development or a cause. There has to be evidence of humanitarian work and how it has improved on quality of life.

THE GUARDIAN AWARD (MENTORSHIP AND LEADERSHIP AWARD)

This award recognises a thought leader, a role model and an inspirational leader who has shown an ability to nurture mentees and protégés.

THE GREEN FINGERS AWARD (MAN OF THE YEAR – AGRICULTURE)

This award recognises an agriculturist or an agro-based entrepreneur who has made notable contribution to agriculture. He should also have an impact on society through innovation, employment acreage or contribution to food security.

MAN OF THE YEAR – TECHNOLOGY
This award recognises a man – scientist, innovator or tech entrepreneur – who has successfully applied technology in the areas of human comfort and development, such as business, communication and health.

ASCLEPIAN AWARD (MAN OF THE YEAR – HEALTH)
Named after the Rod of Asclepius, which represents medicine and health. It recognises exceptional work in health and wellness and is awarded to a health practitioner or entrepreneur who has made notable contribution to the area of health.

HE RIG AWARD (MAN OF THE YEAR – OIL & GAS)
A professional in the oil & gas industry or an entrepreneur who has made notable contribution in the area of oil & gas.

MAGNATE AWARD (MAN OF THE YEAR – BUSINESS)
This award recognises a magnate – an entrepreneur, founder or majority shareholder of a business – who is well respected and has significant influence in his field of business. His business must be socially accountable, contribute to sustainable development (CSM), and have good customer relationship management.

MAN OF THE YEAR – STYLE
Recognises an outstanding man of panache and unique style, whose magnetism and good manners permeate through his work.

DESIGNER OF THE YEAR
This award recognises the most outstanding male designer, whose ideas are original and impactful.

MAN OF COURAGE AWARD
This award goes to a physically impaired person who has against all odds made a positive impact in society.

THE PAV ANSAH COMMUNICATOR AWARD
Named in memory of Paul Archibald Vianney Ansah, this award recognises a communication professional who is an opinion leader with the most positive outreach, and an inspirator with the most influence.

MAN OF THE YEAR – ENTERTAINMENT
This award recognises the most prolific and consistent personality in the entertainment industry in the year under review. He must be Ghana-centric and have reach that extends beyond the country’s borders.

MAN OF THE YEAR – SPORTS
This award recognises the most prolific and consistent sports personality in the year under review.

DISCOVERY OF THE YEAR
This award recognises a young adult male who is emerging in a chosen industry. He must exhibit peer leadership skills and be a budding pillar of community.

BRAND OF THE YEAR
This award recognises an African brand that is a champion in its industry category based on the current year market prominence and consumer preference.

SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARD
In the year under review, a man can be recognised for something extraordinary they did for the benefit and growth of society.

a) Green Corporate Award. Sponsored by A Rocha Ghana

The EMY Africa Awards is a prestigious annual Father’s Day related event that celebrate personalities who have contributed their quota to change and progress and continue to be symbols of stability and role models in the community.

Since 2016, EMY Africa has celebrated the best in men’s achievements across local industry, community, culture and public service. Dozens of men and personalities from all ages and walks of life have been honoured for their abilities, initiatives and contributions to society. Last year, the highly respected businessman and chief, Togbe Afede, was honoured as the Ultimate Man of the Year. Many other great individuals were also honoured for their great works.

Visit www.emyafrica.com for more information and nominate or send you nominations to nominations@emyafrica.com. Your essay should not be more than 100 words and should include the nominee’s profile, the category you are nominating them for and why.
MY Africa awards is powered by Carbon AV Projects & Events, EM Magazine and proudly supported by the Multi Media Group.

For Enquiries, call 0202018870.

EMY Africa Awards. Inspiring Greatness.

JOHN PAINTSIL DENIES DATING SHATTA MICHY

Former Black Stars defender, John Paintsil, has asked bloggers to respect Shatta Wale’s baby mama, Shatta Michy. The footballer is disappointed with false online reports that Shatta Michy is having an affair with him.

Some of the reports indicated that the player had purchased her a house and a car after Shatta Wale allegedly kicked her out of his house. In an interview with Franky 5 on ‘This Is Gospel’, John Paintsil was appalled by the stories and asked bloggers to stop peddling falsehood about Shatta Michy.

“There is nothing going on between me and Shatta Michy. We don’t have that connection. Sometimes I feel so sorry about the way the media just go on and put something that they don’t have any clue about it, destroying peoples homes…If you want to write something about them you have to show some respect,” the defender said.

John Paintsil asked bloggers to stop playing with the emotions of Ghanaians especially because Shatta Michy is a mother.  He also denied claims that he bought a house and car for the ex-girlfriend of Shatta Wale.

Rumours of an affair between the two became widespread after a photo surfaced showing the two sitting next to each other at the F360 Ghana Football Awards in 2018.

The footballer also warned that such false stories could cost him the relationship with his new lover.

“Trying to wrap me around someone’s wife is not on….I have a woman in my life. You putting [out] that story could cause a lot of problems,” he bemoaned.

John Paintsil also revealed on ‘This Is Gospel’ that his new lover helps him immensely with his spiritual growth as a Christian and he is ready to tie the knot with her.

The former Black Stars defender said that his marriage to the mother of his four children, Richlove, ended in 2013 after she filed for divorce.

WE ARE GOING TO HIT THE STREETS SOON IF ‘DUMSOR’ DOESN’T STOP – Yvonne Nelson Tells President Akufo-Addo

Over the past few weeks, Ghanaians have once again been subjected to the massively irritating phenomenon of load shedding known as ‘dumsor’. Somehow we went through an election to kick out a government which couldn’t solve dumsor and we still ended up with dumsor anyway.

It is deeply frustrating but it seems that as citizens of Ghana, we are left with an incompetent government no matter which party we line up to go and vote for.

Yvonne Nelson, who led a massive demonstration under the previous NDC government over this same issue, has once again thrown a warning to the ruling NPP that they would have to face a similar demo if the current dumsor does not stop.

Yvonne seems to be suffering from the ongoing dumsor as much as everyone else, leading her to take to Twitter to throw them a warning.

“#DUMSORMUSTSTOP !!!! We are gonna hit the streets soon if it doesn’t stop!” she tweeted.

#DUMSORMUSTSTOP !!!! We are gonna hit the streets soon if it doesnt stop! @NAkufoAddo

— Yvonne Nelson (@yvonnenelsongh) April 2, 2019 

Her call comes after a similar threat by DKB, who has also promised to lead a similar demo if the dumsor does not stop.

3MUSIC AWARDS APOLOGIZE FOR MISHAP AT THE EVENT

The 3 Music Award Board has apologised for the mishap which occurred at the Fantasy Dome Saturday.

According to reports, the show began late which made patrons uneasy. Also, seats reserved for some special guests were occupied by other attendees.

While admitting that the project was an infantile one, the organizers stated that concerns of the events have been taken into consideration and apologised for the catastrophe at the second edition of the 3 Music Awards.

The Board also expressed their profound gratitude to stakeholders for their contribution towards a successful event. And congratulates all winners of the ceremony.

Below is the Statement: 

PRESS RELEASE
3 MUSIC AWARDS GRATEFUL TO ALL STAKEHOLDERS FOR SUCCESSFUL ORGANISATION
OF SECOND EDITION

The Board of 3 Music Awards wishes to express its profound gratitude to all stakeholders who contributed in diverse ways towards the success of the second edition.

We are particularly grateful to all our sponsors for the confidence they reposed in us, the artistes on the bill for their thrilling performance, our loyal patrons who trooped to the venue in their numbers and the media for their continuous support of a young, local initiative.

While expressing our sincere gratitude to all stakeholders, we also congratulate all award nominees and award winners for their respective efforts and excellence in the year under review.

The 3 Music Board recognises the valiant efforts of all nominees. However, eventual winners of most award categorise are determined by 60% public voting and 40% board and academy considerations. The only categories which were 100% determined by the board and academy were the technical categories of album of the year, video of the year and legends awards.

Meanwhile, we have noted with seriousness, concerns of our patrons; both at the Fantasy Dome and those who keenly observed proceed on television. We wish to express our sincere apologies for some mishaps, particularly the late start of the show, as well as some of our VIP guests whose labelled seats were taken up by other guests.

The 3 Music Award is a growing project, which seeks to truly recognise and award excellence in the Ghanaian music industry. And as an entity which places so much emphasis on social media interaction with our patrons, we take their views seriously and we will strive to address some of the concerns they have raised moving forward, to make 3 Music Awards even better.

We can only get better through the constructive criticism of our patrons and the media, and we look forward to such reviews in the coming days.

In a related development, we wish to express our gratitude to the Almighty God, and personnel at the 37 Military Hospital for attending to the Chief Executive Officer of 3Music Network, Sadiq Abdulai Abu, who was rushed to the hospital from the Fantasy Dome just before the show started. By the grace of God, Sadiq is fine and responding to treatment. Doctors have however, placed him on further observation.

We look forward to a bigger and better 3 Music Awards in the future. We are here for the music.

Thank you.

SIGNED
JAMES KORSAH-BROWN
(BOARD CHAIRMAN, 3 MUSIC AWARDS)

NDC TO STOP USING CELEBRITIES FOR CAMPAIGN

The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is not going to give any chance to celebrity,  to run its campaigns in 2020 as it happened in 2016.

Mr. Dumelo was one of the right hand men of ex-president John Mahama in 2016 from the entertainment industry. He was seen on nearly every campaign platform with the former President.

And after the former President was ousted, he (Dumelo) was hit with an alleged car stealing scandal. He was alleged to have stolen a V8 Toyota Landcruiser belonging to the state apparently during the transition period.

However, as 2020 approaches and apparently after learning from its 2016 mistakes, the largest opposition party NDC is scheming to brush aside celebrities and use ‘serious’ minded party members who ostensibly understand the dynamics of Ghanaian elections for its campaign.

Former Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, Koku Anyidoho threw the hint over the weekend during the party’s National Cadres Conference held in Koforidua under the theme: “Re-Tracing the spirit of probity and accountability – the role of cadres.”

According to him, the NDC has enjoyed movies and music from the likes of Mzbel, John Dumelo, Mzbel, Tracey Boakye, Mr. Beautiful, Abeiku Santana and other celebrities but will not use them for campaigns again because they seem ‘clueless’ about the party’s history and philosophy.

Speaking to journalists on the sidelines of the conference, he noted that “for celebrities, yes, we enjoy their music and movies but never again should we hand over NDC’s campaign to celebrities.”

On the 2016 campaign message, he wondered “what message did we use to campaign, was it a strong message?”

He asked “which people led the campaign in 2016, are we going to use the same tactics while we have cadres, party executives, national executives, yet the campaign was run by people who had no understanding of the party’s philosophy and history?”

He urged that “if they want to be part of the party, they should go and join the branches.”

He stated clearly that cadres, party executives at the regional and national levels would be in charge of campaigns.

Source: Daily Guide

LESBIANS ARE CHASING ME – Rapper Eno Barony Reveals

It is becoming quite unclear what many of these ‘unknown’ lesbians see in Ghanaian celebrities for which reason they keep bugging them with proposals.

After the likes of actress Baby Blanche, musicians OV and Yaa Jackson among other big names have come out to reveal the hell they go through with these people, Eno Barony, one of Ghana’s finest female rappers, has also revealed that these people are disturbing her.

Speaking on the ‘Uncut’ show recently, the talented emcee stated that she sometimes wonders what these people see in her for which reason they even conceive the idea that she is a lesbian. She placed a lot of stress on the fact that her sexual preference is always and will always be with the opposite sex because she is totally straight.

When Zionfelix the host of the show sought her views on the issue of lesbianism in Ghana, even though she is not one, the former 2MG music record label signee disclosed that she feels it is not right. She added that her stance is purely based on her belief as a Christian and a believer in the scriptures which abhors the act.

“AGRICULTURE HAS THE ANSWER TO MOST OF GHANA’S PROBLEMS” – John Dumelo

John Dumelo says a vibrant agricultural sector could quench Ghana’s thirst for imported products and “solve problems”.

The actor, who owns a three-acre cassava farm in the Manya Krobo community in the Eastern Region, in separate tweets, explained why agriculture has the answer to most of Ghana’s problems. He noted that most of the imports to Ghana were agro-based, adding that a vibrant Agric sector could supply Ghanaian factories with the raw materials needed to produce such products.

He posted: “Agriculture has the answer to most of Ghana’s problems. Most of our imports are agro-based. Imagine Ghana having large factories producing rice, meat products, tomato paste etc? There will be no need to import, we will export our surplus. It’s also important to note that these factories should be wholly Ghanaian owned. Change starts with us. Let’s start small in our own way to make agriculture great again!”.

His comments come days after President Akufo-Addo attributed the depreciation of the cedi to Ghanaians tastes for foreign goods. According to the President, if Ghanaians manufactured some of the many products they import and or patronised locally made goods, the local currency’s yearly depreciation will not occur.

“I am thinking that our public discourse should also begin to focus much more on some of the structural problems involved in our currency. Yes, there are moments when you can fall…but there are structural problems we so far, do not articulate loudly enough in my view.

“We live in a country where we are overly dependent on the importation of things for our daily sustenance, things we can produce we continue to import them and at the same time, we don’t generate enough exports.

“That is the issue on the current account, the persistent deficit in our national income statistics on current account. That is what gives rise to the frailty or our currency,” the President said.

He was addressing a delegation from the Ghana Bar Association (GBA) led by their president, Anthony Forson.

“I HAVE NOT HAD SEX IN MORE THAN A YEAR” – Yvonne Nelson Reveals

Actress Yvonne Nelson has disclosed that she hasn’t been involved in any sexual activity for more than 12 months now.

Despite the fact that the sexy screen diva is dating British photographer, Jamie Roberts who is also the father of her daughter, she hasn’t had sex in a long time.

According to the actress, who is into a long distance relationship, it is not easy to build up her sex life. Ms Nelson explained that she is currently focused on raising her child, Ryn Roberts. She said, the work of her boyfriend doesn’t allow them to spend much time together.

She said, she doesn’t have much interest in lovemaking but wouldn’t think twice if she is to bear another child to add up to Ryn.

“I don’t mind having another child. I have not had sex in more than a year and I am not crazy about sex,” she told Joy New‘s MzGee in an interview.

Watch the full interview below:

Source: NKONKONSA.com