Ghanaian Rapper , Obrafour has sued Ayisha Modi who is the most popular fan of Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy and Media Personality, Delay over a false comment Ayisha made.

Ayisha appeared on the Delay Show some months ago, claiming to have invested $45,000 in Obrafour’s ‘Kasiebo’ project.

Despite the warning given to her to apologize and retract the statement, Ayisha ignored all the warnings stood by her words and dared Obrafour to take legal action if they want.

Obrafour and team has final decided to test the law.

The “Asem Sebe” hitmaker is seeking for GHS 800,000 if Ayisha Modi, Delay and the producers of the Delay Show refuse to apologize and have it published in the Daily Graphic Newspaper.

Read the full court writ below:

Source: NKONKONSA.com 



The Asokore Mampong District Court, presided over by Her Worship, Portia Molly Sally, has ordered a medical examination of self-acclaimed Global Ambassador for the United Nations (UN), Kwame Fordjour, popularly known as ‘Dr. UN, for organising fake awards.

According to the trial judge, the mental fitness of an accused person is a prerequisite to a fair trial and that it was important for Dr UN to have the mental capacity to understand and appreciate court proceedings.

A ‘diplomat’ and ‘global ambassador’ by self-description, with a doctorate degree that has its veracity as questionable as his personality, Mr Fordjour accomplished a scam on a magnitude almost never experienced in the country.

The court has, however, granted bail to the organiser of one of the country’s most controversial award schemes at the amount of GH¢ 15, 000 with two sureties to be justified.

‘Dr UN’ was arrested on Friday, October 16, 2020, at the premises of Kumasi-based radio station, Hello FM by the Police after an interview.

‘Dr UN’ is facing trial for defrauding by false pretenses from four different complainants.


Presenting the facts of the case to court, Inspector Samuel Mensa, disclosed the complainants, in this case, are renowned members of society, directors of some institutions and also a district chief executive, all residing at different locations within the Kumasi Metropolis and its environs in the Ashanti region.

The Prosecutor added that the accused is a self-styled coordinator of Global Public Service, a non-legally existing Non-Governmental Organization said to be with the United Nations (UN) and working in Ghana.

According to the prosecutor, Inspector Samuel Mensah, during the months of July and August 2018, the accused, with the intent to defraud, went to the complainants with letters and memorandum to the effect that they won an award from the office of the UN Ghana.

He added the accused went on to convince the unsuspecting complainants that the said award named as ‘The United Nations Gold Star Honour of Excellence Leadership Award’ was to be conferred on them by the UN at the Great Hall of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUS) to be followed by a so-called Red-carpet Dinner reception to be held in honour of the recipients and their followers who were to pay GH¢1,000.00 each for the so-called Red-carpet reception.

“My Lord convinced about this false representation, the complainants went ahead and paid different sums of money to the accused through his MTN mobile money account and bank numbers,” Inspector Mensa noted.

The Prosecutor told the court that on the 3rd day of August 2018, the complainants gathered at the Great Hall of the KNUST at 6:30 pm in anticipation of a memorable event.

“But after they had waited for more than three hours, complainants became agitated only to be informed that the programme would no longer take place,” he told the court.

Inspector Mensa stressed the complainants then begun to demand for the money they had paid for the so-called Red-carpet Dinner reception.

According to the prosecution, the accused failed to refund the money to the complainants, hence a scuffle ensued and the Police were called where accused was arrested and handed over to the KNUST Police for necessary action.

The accused admitted having collected the various sums of money from the complainants but stated that due to some circumstances beyond his control, the programme could not take place.

The organiser for the infamous ‘Global Blueprint Excellence Awards’, which has been described by many as a scam following revelations that it had no affiliation with the UN as he had touted, Dr. UN, through his counsel, Kwame Adofo, told the court that all charges levelled against him will be contested.

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The presiding judge, Her Worship Portia Molly Sally, ordered a psychiatric examination of Dr UN.

“In accordance with Section 133 (1) of Act 30, I am not certain that the first accused is of sound mind to stand trial or to plea to the charges without a scientific examination. It is, therefore, prudent to hold on to the trial and order that the first accused should be medically examined,“ the presiding judge ruled.

Source: otecfmghana.com


Artiste Manager, Bulldog says dancehall artiste Shatta Wale is bigger than the President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

Speaking in an interview with Halifax Ansah Addo on Okay FM‘s mid-morning entertainment show ”Best Entertainment”, Bulldog explained that his artiste Shatta Wale has got the charisma to pull the masses than the President.

Days ago, Shatta Wale was at Hitz FM when a super fan who happens to be a mini van (trotro) driver trooped into the studios to gush about his idol.

Following what many have described as touching as the super fan nearly brought Shatta Wale to tears, the artiste stormed Circle on foot and pulled a massive crowd.

According to Bulldog, Shatta Wale is too big that he would steal the show if it were the President holding a rally at Circle in Accra.

Shatta Wale is bigger than Nana Akufo-Addo…in terms of popularity. What we do as entertainment people or people on TV, we’re miles ahead of all these politicians,” he stated.


Singer Kuami Eugene whose voice was heard on Sarkodie’s newly released song “Happy Day” which seems to endorse the current president, H.E Akufo Addo ahead of the December polls has spoken about the tune.

The singer explaining himself after the song was tagged a campaign song for the NPP following its release says he had no idea it was for such an agenda. Speaking to MzGee, he said Sarkodie only sent him one verse of the song which never contained the endorsement part just to aid him in composing the chorus and his verse.

Kuami Eugene went ahead to state that he only got to know that the song contained the endorsement of NPP when he was on set ready to shoot the music video.

The musician who seems not happy about the development believes Sarkodie’s endorsement in the song will affect his career.

“Sarkodie only sent me the first verse of his rap which did not contain the endorsement for Nana Addo to aid me do the chorus, it was only at the video shoot that we got to know of the second verse, we confronted Sark’s management, and they denied…I am uncomfortable, I still don’t know Sarkodie’s motive for the song, it will have an effect on my career, I wasn’t ready to vouch for any political party openly….it will not end here” – Kuami Eugene tells MzGee Ghana on 3FM.

Source: Zionfelix.net


Ghana’s BET Award-winning Rapper Michael Owusu Addo, known professionally as Sarkodie and African Dancehall King, Samini have asked their fans and followers to give President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo the chance for a second term in office in this year’s elections.

In his new song titled ‘Happy Days’, featuring Kuami Eugene, Sarkodie indicated that Akufo-Addo has implemented a number of good policies that are benefitting all Ghanaians.

According to the “Brighter Day” Rapper, these policies, include the free Senior High school as well as the uninterrupted power supply to homes and industry. Adding that Ghanaians did not enjoy these policies that are being witnessed currently during the previous NDC administration.

“We all spoke against the dumsor (erratic power supply) and the high inflation rate and so if these have been solved at the moment with Ghanaians also enjoying free SHS, then all I can say is that Nana Akufo-Addo should continue for another four years,” he said in the song.

MOBO award-winning Dancehall artist Samini has also endorsed President Akufo-Addo for a second term in his song titled “Kpoyaka” in which he reechoed the achievements of the president ranging from the agric, service, manufacturing and industry sectors of the economy.

“Nana show boy is number one on the ballot, Nana continues with the work because you have delivered,” Samini said.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Jasmine Djang, a Business Management Student at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) has been crowned winner of the 2020 edition of Miss Malaika Ghana.

She beat nine other women to become the 18th winner of the pageant.

She succeeds Phylis Vesta Boison of the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS) who won the crown last year.

Olga Karn Aduama, a Pharmacy student at the University of Ghana, was the 1st runner-up with Franklina O. M Shalom, also a University of Ghana student, being the 2nd runner-up.

Jasmine Djang, for her prize, goes home with the crown, cash, and a brand new car.


Actress Irene Opare has blamed the Ghanaian society over the influx of nude pictures and videos of women in the country.

Not long ago, social media influencer Akuapem Polo was incriminated for posting on her social media handle a nude picture of herself standing in front of her son to mark his birthday.

Something that seemed to be an action to celebrate her toils and how she has been able to raise the kid by herself took a turn for the worse when a child rights organization reported her to the Gender Minister and the Police.

Akuapem Polo posting her nude picture is just a fraction of the nude postings on social media as it has become a new normal for most ladies, popularly called ‘slay queens’, to pose nude to attract social media following and/or earn a living.

Speaking in an interview with Nkonkonsa.com, Irene Opare was of the view that it is of no fault of nude women to go nude stressing it is the society that has empowered them.

To her, should the society or their social media followers frown on the act, this trend of going nude will stop.

“If they go naked and don’t get likes. If they don’t 150000 likes, they will stop undressing themselves. They will know the people don’t like it. But if she dresses up and gets 150000 likes, she will start putting on dress. Do you get it? But if she goes nude and people compliment her telling her how nice her body, stomach, buttocks and breasts are, and people say it and give them money; you know, so that’s why they do it. I don’t blame them. That’s where the society is now. That’s what the society wants, so they’re giving it to you.’’

She stated categorically that she sees nothing wrong with a lady going nude to make ends meet.

“…they’re big girls. They’re not twelve years. If it’s someone who is aged 10, 11 or 12 and I see her nude, I will go to here house personally and beat her. But these are big girls, when someone reaches 18 years; she is old. And like I always tell them that this is their world. Our world was different. This is your world, social media and so forth; use it positively to make money out of it. But most of them choose to go nude negatively, do stuff negatively and they still make money out of it.

“Because it’s like this is what the current generation likes. That’s why these girls go nude. Because they go nude and they make billions out of the nudity. It’s not good. I haven’t said it is right but for me, as a woman, I won’t criticise it too much because it is their decision…You do what you like. They’re not children; they’re grown up and they feel this is what gets them money, fame and that is it. So, they do it more and they’re still doing it, and I have less to talk about it.’’

Nonetheless, she emphasised that “I won’t advise my child to go nude. If I see my child has gone nude, I will call her and say ‘hey, no way!’ Me, personally, I would not advise anybody to do it but like I’m saying they’re old enough to know what is good and what is bad. If they choose to do that to make money, fine, that’s their choice. I don’t have anything against them.’’.

Watch the full exclusive interview below:

Source: An NKONKONSA.com Exclusive 


Legendary Ghanaian music producer now turned Pastor, Marx Morris Twumasi known as Morris Babyface has in a caution statement advised Ghanaians on the impact of words and pronouncements on one’s life chances and destiny.

The ace producer who has worked with legendary acts like Bice Osei Kuffuor (Obour), A.B Crentsil, Kojo Antwi and others disclosed in an exclusive interview with Hammer Nti on Kumasi-based Pure FM’s flagship ‘Hammer Time’ entertainment program monitored by MyNewsGh.com that Ghanaians should be cautious when singing songs like Kidi’s ‘thunder’ track as it can have greater repercussions.

Morris Babyface explained that spoken words impact a person’s life so if one sings an ‘adulterated’ song which has in it an imminent curse pronouncement, such person is likely to suffer the consequences of his action if anything goes wrong.

He further revealed that as such, he has since stopped producing circular music as the ‘devil’ has diluted it to suit its interest.

“Hammer, I do not record circular songs again because the devil can dilute it in its interest and we must be aware that anything said has its impact on our lives. We sometimes make certain pronouncements and wonder where some hardships come from.

KiDi’s ‘thunder’ song for instance, if you listen, it says if I leave you, make thunder fire me… so if you leave the person, what do you expect to happen.

It’s a curse pronouncement you have made and we should be cautious of singing songs and making such pronouncements,” He said on Pure FM.


The family of Emmanuel Apraku, the talented creative behind Penciled Celebrities, have set November 7 as the day for his final funeral rites.

Emmanuel passed away in New Delhi, India while receiving treatment for severe liver cancer.

People from all walks of life contributed money towards his medical bills after it surfaced that he needed about GH¢320,000 to pay for a life-saving surgery.

However, it might have been too late for Emmanuel who passed away at the Apollo Hospital in India just weeks after he was admitted to the hospital.

In a funeral announcement, his family said he will be buried on November 7 after a burial service at the International Trade Fair Center at 10:00 am.

The dress code for the burial service is black, however, on Sunday, the dress code will be black and white, which will be worn to the Thanksgiving Ceremony at the Apostolic Church of Ghana, at New Town at 7:30 am.


New record label AG music group unveiled their latest Artiste, JC Dyck.

The afro beat sensation who was born in the Volta region of Ghana, but spent his early growing years in Nigeria.

Has a unique blend of the Ghanaian culture and the Nigerian musical influence, he is a smooth singer who lyrics are very captivating.

In a colourful event held at last week at the 4syte premises, which had most of the major bloggers in Ghana at the launch, the Label own Armani Geechi pledged his full support for the raising star, and and promised to create a brand that will rival with the beat from the African continent.

JC DYCK has his first single titled GOOSEBUMPS out on most TV and radio station.

Watch GOOSEBUMPS video below: