Screen goddess and Social media influencer, Efia Odo has disclosed that she doesn’t believe in religion but she believes in God.
In an interview with Sammy Kay on the Go online show, she has disclosed that she is not religious, not a Christian but believes in God.
Asked about whether she believes in Jesus Christ, she stated, “I believe in God and don’t dissect my God”.
She emphasised on the attributes of God and indicated that her belief in the spiritual connection of God, but that notwithstanding, she claims she doesn’t believe in having to be in church and anything that has to do with religion.
Her justification for her statement is that, God is spiritual and Religion is man-made. Efia went ahead to say the Bible is not her guideline to life even though it’s a guideline for Christians.
She emphatically stated during the interview that “I’m not a Christian and I don’t use the Bible”.
The SM diva in her vociferous self as usual, made some interesting statement, and sighted some analogy to back up her pronouncements.
UK-based Ghanaian Gospel Musician, Sonnie Badu has announced the arrival of a new member of his family.
Sonnie Badu’s beautiful wife, Ann-Marie Badu gave birth to their 4th child on Monday November 4, 2019.
The multiple-awarding musician announced the arrival of their new baby in a post on Instagram.
Sonnie, who couldn’t hide his joy wrote: “What shall I render unto my God? WORLD, please help me welcome BABY number 4. What an amazing early birthday gift. And to my amazing wife, it was beautiful watching you release life … thank you and I love you … #Badu4 #BaduEmpire #SonnieBadu #Nov4.”
Sonnie and Ann have been married for about five (5) years now.
Founder and leader of God’s Crown Chapel, Reindolf Oduro Gyebi, popularly known as Eagle Prophet, has prophesied, that musician Kuami Eugene, will die the same way late Ebony Reigns died.
According to the prophet, people have targeted the musician and have taken his pictures to places to bring him down. The Eagle prophet went on to say that he saw Kuami Eugene traveling to his home town, same way as late Ebony did.
“…any of you that knows this young guy called Kuami Eugene, his pictures have been taken to places to bring him down. That young guy should rise up and pray, he shouldn’t joke with his destiny. Because they are bringing him down”.
He continued, “Little by little, by the time he realizes, he will no more be relevant. He should pick his prayer life, and begin to pray. They are taking him to places…if he plays with his life, by the close if this year it will be a bad day for him, it will be a bad month for him and it will be a bad year for him. He should rise up and pray and pray for his family as well because as it happened in the life of Ebony, I saw him travelling to his home town and his life…
The Eagle Prophet revealed this during a recent Sunday Church service adding that the music industry is about to experience great distress and also urged him (Kuami Eugene) to increase his prayer life.
This prophecy happens to be the second one about Kuami Eugene this year alone. The first one come from Prophet Nigel Gaisie whose comments suggested that Kuami Eugene was going to have a very bad year.
Ace Ghanaian broadcaster Gilbert Aggrey, otherwise called Abeiku Santana, has revealed that the most embarrassing thing he has done in life is farting during church service.
Speaking to Nikki Samonas who was a guest on his Atuu Show on UTV, Abeiku said, he is regretful and abashed because the scent conveyed by the fart in the auditorium made him look very appalling to the church members.
According to him, for virtually a month, he felt shamefaced of his actions because it was a holy place. He said, “It is the greatest raw thing I have ever done to myself”.
Abeiku told Nikki that, “before God and man, the one thing I have done in life that I regret the most is farting during church service. It felt very bad because it was prayer time. The sound alone was too shameful because everyone noticed me”.
“Just when the prayer leader was telling us to seek forgiveness for any sin we have committed, I farted. Then one of the members told me that if I were to be in Saudi Arabia they would have hanged me to death because they don’t do that in their mosque,” he added.
The Okay FM presenter further stated, “that is the most embarrassing and painful thing I have done and I still regret it. Right now I am vigilant whenever I am praying, when I feel it coming, I walk out of the auditorium or try hard to keep it till I am out.”
Big J Cartel of the trio Praye has disclosed in an exclusive interview with Ghana Weekend TV that he does not really mind if his wife wears clothes that expose parts of her body.
Big J who is married to actress/TV Presenter Selly Galley, says he is his wife’s biggest fan as far as her fashion sense is concerned, added that Africans are too culturally-inclined and that marriage does not stop one doing things they feel comfortable doing.
“Let’s not be too boring. The fact that you’re married doesn’t make you a lot of things you can’t feel free to do. I mean of course a lot of things you can’t feel free to do but there’s some extent you can go but as a showbiz person I don’t see anything (wrong with it)”
He asserted that most men are hypocritical when dealing with their women and the way they dress.
“Some of the men are very hypocritical about stuff like these – he’ll say cover yourself, wear long skirts, wear ones that are below the knee but when we go out we’ll be spying the girls wearing the mini skirts and all”.
He concluded by saying a little skin doesn’t hurt as far as it’s not too exposing.
“Of course if it comes too up then it becomes someway but a little skin doesn’t hurt and I love it. I’m actually one of her biggest fan when it comes to her fashion sense she’s doing amazing and there’s a lot that’s coming up from her camp as well”.
Actress, Yvonne Nelson, has noted that Ghanaian politicians are wise, only when they are in opposition.
According to her, politicians in this country lose their brains immediately they taste power as they tend to become power-drunk and to a large extent arrogant.
She made this known through a tweet sighted by MyNewsGh.com. She said when politicians are in opposition in Ghana, they have the best ideas and solutions to problems but it is the reverse when they are given the opportunity by Ghanaians to govern
In her view, they lose that brain that could provide solutions to pertinent issues in the country.
Her tweet reads “Politicians here only THINK when they are in opposition, they have all the solutions when in opposition,The minute they taste POWER, the brain stops functioning. Well, thats how we see it! We are tired of the lies and fake promises! The people of Gh aren’t fools!”
Ghanaian actress and Model, Moesha Boduong has called on Ghanaian women to support each rather than hating.
Moesha in a congratulatory post on snapchat to Big Brother Naija 2019 winner Mercy, commended how Nigerian women came together to support Mercy to win the ultimate prize and she said she wishes Ghanaian women would emulate Nigerian women and how they support each other.
“I love how Nigerian women came together to support Mercy and made history. I wish Ghanaian women see this and stop gossiping, body shaming other women and love one another. Together we can all win. Congrats to Mercy”.
Moesha thinks this unity among Nigerians would never happen in Ghana.
“I love how Nigerians Supported Mercy. This will never happen in Ghana”.
Moesha Boduong has starred in movies such as Pool Party, Bloodline, Grey Dawn, Rape Case, Amakye and Dede, John and John and Everyday People. However, she is mostly known for her Instagram photos where she usually flaunts her voluptuous body.
Actress Juliet Ibrahim’s ex-husband Kwadwo Safo Jnr has refused to react to a portion of their love affair which was captured in some chapters of her new book titled “A Toast To Life”.
Kwadwo Safo Jnr who is the CEO of Kantanka Automobile Company Limited, said he is more concerned about the competition of producing the best of the Kantanka vehicles to beat the stiff competition on the market, and he not ready to lose focus.
The face of the Kantanka Automobile Company Limited, in an interview with Bola Ray on Starr FM publicly said he doesn’t have time to respond to all the false allegations levelled against him by Juliet Ibrahim, his former wife of 4 years.
“I’m building cars,…I’m building solar fans, I’m building windmills, I am bigger than that. Yes, I can not spend my time thinking about her…I have a child with her. There’s no need me going back and forth with her in the media. Imagine my son is nine years now. He’s able to read the news, he’s able to go online…I don’t want people to point fingers saying that’s Juliet and Koo Sarfo’s son,” He told Bola Ray
He added that granting interviews on such issues won’t only make him lose focus but also not get paid.
“…Plus if I grant any interview about it, I’m not going get paid for it. I’m building cars if I lose focus and my company goes into the drain…I can’t lose focus. I have competition, I have VW coming into the country, Toyota coming into the country, I need to think about that,” he said.
Mr. Kantaka refuted claims made by Juliet Ibrahim that they kicked-off their relationship after meeting for the first time in a club.
“We met through a friend. We didn’t meet at a strip club, that claim is not true,” He explained.
Award-winning Ghanaian Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has dropped yet another controversial statement about cheating in relationship just after his ex-fiancee, Michy accused him of abusing her after their engagement.
The “Ayoo” singer who went off on a rant session on Snapchat, admitted that he is cheat but insisted that he is quite caring. He also described women that stick to their men no matter what they are subjected to as “smart women”.
His comments comes after his baby mama’s revelation in a yet to be aired interview with Joy News’ Becky on E-With-Becks that Shatta Wale’s proposal to her at the Reign concert on October 14, 2018, was staged.
“You don’t propose to someone and then you torment them after. Right after the proposal, it got worse, it got unbearable, those are the only words I can use,” Michy said.
Born Diamond Michelle Gbagonah, the singer added that “I cannot leave my room today without saying a prayer or reading a verse in my bible. And I now understand when people say when you walk with God, you must walk in confidence.”
Shatta Wale, who was clearly not amused by the comments, took to his Snaptchat to attack the woman with whom they welcomed a son, Majesty, on July 11, 2015.
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Nana Opoku-Kwarteng, father of late Ghanaian Dancehall and Afrobeat artiste Ebony Reigns, has revealed that his late daughter did not make money from music and did not leave behind any property.
Speaking in a one on one interview with Ghanacreativearts.com, Nana Opoku Kwarteng indicated that he’s into music production not mainly to enrich himself because he never saw any money accrued by Ebony’s hard work in the music industry but he is rather into music production to protect and advance Ebony’s legacy.
He added that because Ebony was the first female musician to win the first prestigious Artiste of the Year award in the country’s most certified Music Awards the VGMA, one would think that she was financially successful due to her activities and works at the time.
He lamented at the allegations by a section of the public that he is spending Ebony’s money and insisted that she did not make any significant money neither did she leave properties behind.
Nana Opoku Kwarteng gave instances where gave instances where the late songstress’ former manager, Bullet mentioned in an interview that Wendy Shay is his cash cow to justify his admonishing that her daughter did not make money.
“Bullet said in one interview that Wendy Shay is his cash cow, that alone justifies the fact that Ebony did not make money from music “