‘SARKODIE WILL WIN GRAMMY AWARD’ – Songstress Sherifa Gunu Predicts

Ghanaian soul musician, Sherifa Gunu, has stated that award-winning hiphop artiste, Michael Owusu Addo, popularly known as Sarkodie, will win a Grammy Award in the coming years.

Sherifa Gunu made this statement on Accra-based television station UTV when she was interviewed by actress Nana Ama McBrown on the United Showbiz programme held last Saturday.

According to her, Sarkodie’s versatility in the African music industry beats imagination and it only a matter of time for him to win the coveted Grammy Award.

“I recently listened to one of his short freestyle and I was marvelled, we all know Sarkodie is a great artiste, but this time the transformation is very massive. Very soon he will bring home the Grammy Award,” she said.

Sherifa Gunu also lamented the lack of appropriate mechanisms to market Ghanaian artistes on the international market.

“We have good artistes but the instrument to market them is not available, making it difficult to get international recognition,” she added.

A few weeks ago, Sherifa was trending on social media after she made a controversial revelation in an interview about how Sarkodie was refusing to answer her calls.

According to her, she planned a collaboration with Sarkodie on her song but unfortunately for her, she couldn’t reach out to ‘Obidi’ after calling him several times on the phone.

This made her put Ras Kuku on the song instead of Sarkodie.

Sherifa  Gunu said she used to be very cool with Sarkodie, but after she travelled to give birth abroad, that relationship has stalled, adding, “The communication was not going through well…We recorded it six years ago…I came back and we were supposed to do it…when we get in touch, it takes another two to three months before he replies me.”

STOP DISGRACING MARRIED WOMEN IN GHANA – Ghanaian Preacher Warns Fella Makafui

A Ghanaian preacher, Pastor Kwame Boateng has registered his displeasure over the recent photos of actress and entrepreneur Fella Makafui on social media.

Pastor Kwame Boateng said Fella Makafui’s style of dressing is not proper to be shared for the public as she is a role model to many young girls thereby impacting on their lives negatively.

According to him, the ‘Yolo’ television series star is a married woman just like him and her outfits and semi-nvde photos do not befit a married woman and she is disgracing married women because of that must stop it.

He quizzed; “How can you advise your children if they begin to dress like this in future?”.

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Menaye Donkor, wife of former black stars player, Sulley Ali Muntari has set pulse racing on social media after sharing raunchy photos of herself to mark her 40th birthday.

Menaye Donkor, born to a Canadian mother and Ghanaian father is a businesswoman, philanthropist and former beauty queen as she was crowned Miss Universe Ghana 2004.

Taking to her Instagram page, Menaye posted a photo of herself rocking a white shirt and seated seductively on a chair showing off her fresh thighs and captioned

’40 Blessed Years’ with a diamond emoji attached to it.


Delectable Ghanaian actress, television presenter and brand influencer, Nana Ama McBrown has opened up on some of the ordeals she went through before she became pregnant with her child.

Nana Ama McBrown revealed in an interview with Naa Ashorkor on Asaase Radio that she battled depression during her journey to motherhood and recounted how she cried most of the times when she returned home after ending a beautiful television show.

According to the UTV presenter, she was so sad to the extent that even after finally giving birth to her own child, Maxin, she could not believe the baby is truly hers due to her long battle with inability to conceive.


Top Ghanaian senior high school, Achimota School has refused to admit new students because they have dreadlocks.

Two students with dreadlocks have allegedly been denied admission into the Achimota Senior High School.

According to JoyNews’ sources, school authorities claim it is against the rules of the school to admit students with dreadlocks.

“School authorities of Achimota school have denied two brilliant dreadlock students from being admitted after having been posted there by the Computerised School Placement System,” a parent whose son was among the two students shared on Facebook.

Meanwhile, former Kumbugu MP, Ras Muburak has questioned the school’s decision.

According to the MP, the move is a violation of articles 21(1)(c), 25(1), 26(1) 28(3) and 28(4) of the 1992 Constitution.

Mr Mubarak in a Facebook post said the Constitution makes it clear that no child should be deprived by any other person of medical treatment, education or any other social or economic benefit by reason only of religious or other beliefs.

Thus, the former MP said the decision to deny students admission on the basis of their Rasta culture is not a step in the right direction.

The Achimota School is yet to respond to the issue.


The General Overseer of Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie has narrowly survived a ghastly car accident during a trip in the Volta region.

Prophet Nigel Gaisie shared this unfortunate news on social media as he posted heartbreaking photos from the accident scene that showed the car that was involved in the accident severely damaged beyond repairs.

According to the controversial preacher in a post on Facebook four perished after the incident and several others have suffered severe injuries and he blamed the accident on bad roads and revealed that the drivers were trying to dodge potholes.

He wrote.

“No comments, the effect of bad roads, four dead. The drivers were dodging potholes. Ghana at 64. He then shared Pictures of the tragic accident alongside Photos of those who were dead and injured.”

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Ghanaian actress, Beverly Afaglo has taken to social media to call out Ghanaian bloggers who are fond of promoting negative news of celebrities and brands all in the name of publicity for them.

In a lengthy message she penned on her Instagram page sighted by Nkonkonsa.com, the delectable script-interpreter lambasted bloggers for pushing foreign brands on their blogs and site, yet do not put equal premium on local artistes.

According to Beverly Afaglo, what bloggers feed the minds of fans and followers of their favorite celebrities is what they believe hence it is imperative to put the positives about the celebs out for their fans in order to enhance the growth of the entertainment industry.

“Dear Ghanaian bloggers, u all can be part of Ghanaian music growth to help make our music go far. If someone tries to rubbish the hard work of our artists and their brands and u pickup their videos and give them ur platform to even reach bigger audience pls what are u trying to promote? 🤔🤔🤔 Is that entertainment?

“Are u helping trend and ruin our artists to the world or u are making us the viewers/followers have worse thoughts of them and discredit them.

 “The mind is like a magnet, it attracts what it’s fed. U guys are able to promote some celebrities to the pinnacle that makes them look so good, decorated and untouchable that fans are even unable to comment trash about them. U can do same for our artists. Nobody is telling u what to post on ur page o, it’s yours but pls……..Please cut them some slack .They are all we got. Some countries hv worse artists but they still love them. #weloveghanaianartists#weareproudofghanaianartists”, Beverly wrote on Instagram.

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Popular Ghanaian television personality, Serwaa Amihere has shared her ordeal after having taken a jab of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Taking to her Twitter page, Serwaa Amihere revealed that she could not sleep last night and suffered severe headaches and pain in the arm hours after taking the vaccine.

However, the GHOne TV presenter disclosed that the doctor assured her she will be alright and has urged all to go and take the jab.

“Hours after I took the vaccine, I couldn’t sleep. Severe headache, severe pain in the arm, weakness but my doctor says I’ll be fine and I’m sure I will . Don’t panic, go take the jab”, Serwaa tweeted.

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Abena Serwaah Mankosa, the school teacher who is currently trending on the internet for using a chunk of her little salary to feed her pupils of Aninkrom D/A Primary one in Adankwame District in the Ashanti Region has revealed that she has been threatened by Ghana Education Service over her display of love for the school children.

Abena Serwaah reportedly appeared by the GES disciplinary committee to answer question pertaining to reports and video of her feeding school kids and soliciting for funds to help her continue the course but in appears things went south at the meeting as per a report by Ghbase.com, she has received warning to provide food for her pupils else she faces arrest.

On the back of this, Abena Serwaah Mankosa has taken to her Facebook page to cry out for justice for herself and her pupils as she claims she has bought some school uniforms and bags for the kids and plans to distribute them to the kids.

“The proud basic one teacher, the Kaypo, and biscuit teacher, JUSTICE FOR ME AND MY KIDS, because the director said if i give them anything i will be arrested. So their uniform and school bags no ato nsom anaa”, she wrote.

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“HAS YOUR MOTHER OR FATHER WON GRAMMY BEFORE” – Sista Afia Blasts Critics Trolling Ghanaian Artistes

Ghanaian vocal powerhouse and songwriter, Francisca Gawugah professionally known in the entertainment industry as Sista Afia has fired back at critics who are mocking Ghanaian artists for failing to get nominated in the Grammys.

This comes after Nigerian artists Wizkid and Burna Boy both bagged an award at the 63rd edition of the Grammys.

Addressing trolls and critics via Instagram live, the ‘Jeje’ advised Ghanaians to stop hating on each other and bashing others because she is pained by the way people always try to remind them of not missing the ultimate target of going for Grammys meanwhile none of their family members have never won the Grammy award before.

You want us to win awards in Grammy’s but none of your family members has ever won one.” She said.

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