The president of Ghana, H.E Nana Addo Dankwa-Akufo Addo has vowed not to approve same sex marriage under his tenure.

This comes on the back of the uproar on social media and on the streets of Ghana by Ghanaians demanding his intervention in the matter after an LGBTQI office which was recently commissioned in Ashongman, Accra was closed down.

President Akufo Addo made this declaration at a ceremony in Mampong where the second Archbishop of the Anglican church was installed on Saturday, February 27.

In his words

”I have said this before and let me stress again that it will not be under the Presidency of Nana Akufo-Addo that same sex marriage will be legalised in Ghana. It will never happen. Let me repeat, it will never happen.” he said.



Controversial Ghanaian rapper, Maradona Yeboah better known as Guru has chided singer, Kuami Eugene’s commentary about his mother.

Following the release of his diss song ‘Who Born Dog’ targeted at Kuami Eugene, Guru in an interview with Zion Felix asserted that the ‘Obiaato’ hitmaker portrayed his mother like a prostitute.

According to him, Kuami Eugene uttering in a video that about 8 men has come out claiming to be his father was a very loose talk which has put his own mother in a bad light.



Popular Kumawood actor Akwasi Boadi better known as Akrobeto has debunked claims by a section of Ghanaians that Kumawood collapsed because of colleague actor, Adu Kofi popularly referred to as Agya Koo.

Akrobeto revealed that the main reason why the Kumawood movie industry took a nose dive is because of ‘dumsor’ a local term for intermittent power or electricity cut as consumers of movies could not watch the movies they purchased from the market.

He further claimed that telenovelas surged up at the time the power crisis was being resolved making consumers of local movies uninterested in buying them.


New Name, Mask Off!! Mtn Hitmaker 9 Winner Adepa, Is Now ‘Adepa Zela’

Adepa, the first ever gospel winner of MTN hitmaker has released her first cover video which is a mash up of Cindy Thompson’s “Anwanwa Do” and Mercy Chinwo’s “Excess Love”.

The sensational female singer who was known throughout the hitmaker competition as Adepa (Lady with the mask), has not only revealed her real identity in her cover video, but also changed her name to Adepa Zela. Zela, which biblically connotes to “Jerusalem or Zion “ undoubtedly compliments her previously used ‘twi’ stage name Adepa, literally meaning “something good” or “a good thing”.

Adepa Zela – the all beautiful, very talented and extremely multi-faceted urban Gospel artiste – per her new brand name appears to drive home the simple notion that, ‘A good thing has indeed emanated from Jerusalem’. More so, her choice of being an urban gospel music or a gospel fusion artiste does not in any way limit her expression in any other genre of music as long as the core message of the song still ties into the gospel. Adepa Zela promises to churn out super sensational gospel songs for Ghanaians to simply enjoy and celebrate God’s goodness, just as her name stands for.

The journey of Adepa Zela during the Hitmaker competition was an interesting one to watch, as week upon week she challenged herself to perform a completely different genre, proving to herself, the judges and the general public that she was versatile and could ace any task given her with ease. Adepa Zela, being the first ever gospel performer to win the MTN Hitmaker was not just a historic feat but an amazingly surreal one for her too, as this was her third attempt at the hitmaker competition. She bears the story of a young passionate girl whose dreams of pursuing her music were strained by many incidences around her, even at an early age and almost gave it up as a result.

She struggled on her own singing from band to band at a variety of shows and occasions to work hard on enhancing her craft. Finally, representing Ghana to as far as the finals in Project Fame West Africa gave her the jump start she needed to do this one more time – but this time, with more drive, intensity, attitude and flaming passion.

Word has it that she currently is working on her maiden hit song which will be hitting the market in March this year. In the mean time however, we have been so blessed by her love mash-up of Cindy Thompson’s “Anwanwa Do” and Mercy Chinwo’s “Excess Love”, which she warmly gifted to us all on Valentine’s Day. The love mash-up, which features “The Manifest’ A cappella group, is indeed a refreshing reminder of God’s undying love for us all (Simply tap to enjoy

It is rumoured that Adepa Zela is also an amazing stage actress who has featured in a number of Uncle Ebo Whyte’s Roverman Production’s shows – which include ‘Not my Husband’, ‘God you are Fired’, ‘Final Warning’, just to name a few. Truth be told, Adepa Zela’s wide range of artistry defines a prospectively very high order of creativity and such premium versatility that isn’t very common in Ghana. Simply put, she hold prospects of a very promising music career if she simply keeps going at this pace. Well, after flawlessly conquering the MTN Hitmaker stage, the whole world now awaits ‘Adepa Zela’, to simply blow us away with her craft.

Regardless of being the newest personality on the Ghana music entertainment scene, Adepa Zela with her super stage performance vibe, her sensational voice and her stunning look, definitely positions her as one typical artiste to look out for in the course of 2021.

With her unique approach of urban Gospel music, she gradually emerges as one of the all new favourite gospel performers in Ghana. Her Valentine’s day love mashup cover for example, combined both 6/8 and 4/4 time signatures with skilfully thought-through transitions that made the musical flow and progression of the cover unpredictable yet super refreshing. Well, more than clearly, it seems with the newly branded ‘Adepa Zela’ there’s always going to be a tiny little expectation of the unexpected in her music. Ah well, we we live to see. She promises her very first hit single this March will be coming with an exciting and super electrifying twist. Stay tuned!

STOP TALKING NONSENSE – Shatta Wale Blasts Andy Dosty And Sammy Flex

Controversial Ghanaian musician, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, popularly called Shatta Wale has slammed media personalities Andy Dosty and Sammy Flex on social media over the kind of pundits they invite to speak on issues on their programs.

Addressing fans in industry stakeholders on Facebook the and Instagram Statta Wale described Andy Dosty a failed musician and Sammy Flex a failed dancer.

The ‘Melissa’ hitmaker urged them to stop the ‘nonsense’ information they and other pundits on their show put out into the public domain because some of the pundits have no idea about how the music industry works yet they downgrade other people’s efforts.



Ghanaian actress and philanthropist, Miss Habiba Sinare has been adjudged as the ‘Best Actress of the Year 2020’ in two different award schemes for her own produced movie, titled ‘18’.

The award schemes which are; Emerging Movie Awards Ghana 2020 and Tertiary Entertainment Award 2020 both declared the actress winner of the same category.

The CEO and founder of MAMA MARIAM Foundation, Miss Sinare also won the Ghana Movie Award 2020 as ‘Best Performance’ in a leading role.

The gorgeous talented actress is acknowledged for her hard work and consistency in the movie industry.

She was also honored at the Ghana Innovation Award 2020 – Humanitarian Award.

“Last year was a great year aside from the global pandemic stepping in, I am grateful for all these awards. I appreciate the organizers for appreciating my hard work and also giving me a space to highlight my works. I was given a citation of Honor from Ghana Media Students Award 2020,” she stated.

Habiba was the first to feature in the movie as the lead character in a movie titled “18” which has given her great recognition and won her some great awards.

Gaining experience in the movie industry, Habiba built her own production house ‘Yaseen films’, which is named after her only son.

She also started producing her own movies in 2019.

Aside from acting and producing movies, Habiba owns a makeup brand and a skincare line (ERANISS BY HABIBA & ERANISS SKIN respectively). The name Eraniss is her surname “SINARE” turned upside down with an additional “S”.


Ghanaian rapper, Edem has reacted to the unfortunate turn of events inside the studios of Accra based-radio station, Hitz FM regarding ace media personality, Andy Dosty and fast-rising rapper, Okese1.

You would recall that Andy Dosty sacked Okese 1 out of his studio a few minutes after the interview started after Andy Dosty lost his cool on the basis that the rapper was rude to him after arriving late for the interview.

In a new tweet by Edem, he hinted that he does buy into what happened as he claimed it was pre-planned, with the motive of projecting Okese1 and giving him some buzz in the media.

‘YO @andydosty it was planned…l know Edem wrote with laughing emojis on Twitter.

“YOU WILL FOREVER BE IN MY HEART” – Bullet Remembers Ebony Reigns, 3 Years After Her Demise

Today, February 8 marks exactly 3 years since late Ghanaian singer and performer, Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng popularly called Ebony died.

Ebony died from a gory motor accident off the Kumasi Sunyani road in the night whilst returning from her mum’s house after a visit.

Ghanaians are still coming to terms with the fact that the ‘Poison’ hitmaker is not among the living as she was loved dearly by most music lovers, friends and family.

Ebony’s ex-manager and record label boss, Ricky Nana Agyemang affectionately called Bullet has taken to social media to pen an emotional tribute to her to celebrate her 3 years anniversary after her death.

According to Bullet in his post on Instagram page, he is yet to accept that Ebony is dead and gone forever and assured her that she will forever remain in his heart because she is still alive and will keep her crown as queen.

Sharing a photo of Ebony, he wrote;

“It’s been 3 years already! I am yet to believe, you are truly gone.
You will forever be in my heart because in there you are still alive
Keep reigning queen”


“DON’T INVOLVE ME IN NONSENSE! – Shatta Michy Blows Hot Over Shatta Wale and Ayisha Modi’s Fight

Michy, the baby mama of Ghanaian Dancehall singer, Shatta Wale has said that she does not want to be dragged into the verbal fight between Shatta Wale and music executive, Ayisha Modi.

Shatta Wale and Ayisha Modi dragged each other to filth yesterday on Instagram live and one of the allegations Ayisha Modi made against Shatta Wale was that he had a threesome he had with Michy and Hajia4Real.

A fan of Michy after learning this informed Michy about what is being said about her and although the follower identified as @vybzstar_fan_page_ claimed he acted in good faith his message got the mother of one infuriated and blasted the follower trying to indulge her into the fracas.

According to Michy she used her time to do precious things and warned that she does not want to be associated with ‘nonsense’ and also unperturbed by the allegations Ayisha Modi peddled about her.

See their exchange in the screenshots provided below;



Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin, has announced on Thursday February 4 that fifteen lawmakers and Fifty-six staff of the parliamentary service, have tested positive for the virus.

To that end, he has arranged that Parliament will be sitting only twice a week, as part of measures to prevent the spread of the virus in the House.

“Only members of Parliament and members of staff who are needed for the business of the House on those days will be allowed in the presence of Parliament from next week,” Mr. Bagbin said.

The sittings will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays, he stated further.

Read the full statement below: