Contrary to general perception that it is wrong for a lady to have sexual encounter with a man in exchange for money or favours because is against our culture and morals, Ghanaian actress cum Vicky Zugah see nothing wrong with it.

Vicky disclosed this during an interview with Joy Prime, indicating that any lady that has an affair with a married man usually does that because of money or other favours.

She continued that it is part of ladies hustle and she sees nothing wrong with it as long as they don’t get caught.

Vicky, who is also a domestic violence advocate, stressed that; she doesn’t see anything wrong with ladies sleeping with men for money and favours, especially when they have no other options.

“Sometimes ladies date married men for the money and nothing else. Those who don’t like hustling but want to live luxurious lives are the ones who find themselves in this fix. As long as you don’t get caught, I don’t see anything wrong with it. After all, it’s all part of hustling” she explained.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Ghanaian fashion and style icon, Richard Brown popularly known as Osebo or Zaraman, has indicated his readiness to marry actress Jackie Appiah.

While speaking in an interview with Eugene Osafo-Nkansah of Nkonkonsa fame, Richard Brown said if he had the chance to marry Jackie Appiah, he would not even waste a week preparing for it.
When asked why he would choose Jackie Appiah over the millions of Ghanaian ladies, Richard Brown said Jackie Appiah was exceptionally beautiful and was very decent in her dressing.
Osebo added that as a man brought up in a home, Jackie would be the ideal lady for him because her character was also a selling point for her.
He said even though he is yet to meet Jackie Appiah, he admires her from a distance and is always glad to even see her photos on social media.
According to him, there were three women in Ghana that he admires currently: Nana Ama McBrown, Martha Ankomah and Jackie Appiah.
He however said he would choose Jackie Appiah any day and marry her to treat her like a queen.
He also wondered why Ghanaian men were not approaching Jackie Appiah to ask her out.
But he answered his own question and said it was probably due to the fact that the star actress was looking for someone in her class to date.
According to Osebo, that too could be very dangerous. He however said on camera that he admired Jackie Appiah a lot and would love to get to know her.

Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com




Ghanaian artist, Emmanuel Apraku popularly known as Ray Styles is dead.

This was announced by television and radio personality, Giovanni Caleb today on his Twitter page.

A family source has confirmed the sad news to Nkonkonsa.com, adding that Ray died in India while undergoing liver surgery.

The death of the artist follows months of battle with liver cancer. Pictures of the talented artist looking sick and helpless had hit social media in August 2020, drawing attention to his urgent need for surgery.

Emmanuel Apraku was in need of £40,000 to undergo urgent surgery. While a GoFundMe account was set up on Wednesday, August 19 to raise $55,000 to support Emmanuel, a tweet via his handle said the First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo had donated $20,000 to help cover the cost of his treatment.

The development resulted in some celebrities taking to their social media platforms to solicit funds for the talented young man.

Through the collaborative effort of social media users and celebrities his family was able to raise funds beyond the targeted £40,000 needed for the surgery. But sources close to the family say he passed on today.

Among other things, Ray Styles is known to actively support numerous social awareness campaigns through his art.


UK-based Ghanaian musician Stephanie Benson, has said that a true artiste needs no record labels to showcase their talent.

According to the relationship expert, an artist needs no titles and those who go about showing off their wealth clearly prove that they have no talent.

She tweeted, “A True Artist needs no Labels No Titles, just a stage & imagination. It’s okay to enjoy an artist without The Label, ok to aspire to an artist with nothing to offer but Talent. An artist who shows wealth is lacking in what Money cannot buy Talent & love. Give ur adoration wisely. Music is Music whatever the genre is. Don’t get caught up in differences. It’s the differences that define us.”

The mother of five who still looks “hot” despite her age, has been using her social media platforms to help couples mend their relationships. She also helps those who are in toxic relationships find a way to leave before things escalate.

She recently advised young ladies to work hard and make their own money if they want to be taken seriously by the men they date.


Mother of former President Jerry John Rawlings, Madam Victoria Agbotui, who recently celebrated her 101st birthday has died.

Sources close to the Rawlings family say Madam Agbotui had been unwell for some time now.

The one-time head of the catering department at the presidency during Rawlings’ era celebrated her 101st birthday on September 9.

The native of Dzelukope near Keta in the Volta Region marked the milestone in the company of Mr Rawlings and his wife, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings.

She has been firmly behind her son in all aspects of his life [including his political career], however, she first appeared in the political scene when her son staged a coup in 1979.

Madam Victoria Agbotui was born on September 9, 1919.


Baby Mama of Shatta Wale, Michy has advised young ladies to never move in with a man without the blessings of their parents.

Currently, there is a worrying trend of women moving in to stay with their boyfriends although they are not married.

This worrying trend has left a number of ladies being ‘used and dumped’ by these men who have already had their way with them.

Speaking to Emelia Brobbey in an interview, Michy indicated that her mother was against her joining Shatta Wale and his showbiz but as a young girl, she wanted to explore hence her decision to join the musician.

She advised that as a young lady, it’s always imperative to ensure that your parents bless you before you move out because that blessing will lead your path to greatness.

“I will want to advise every young lady out there that it’s important to receive the blessings of your parents especially your mother before you leave your house for any man’s house or into any relationship,” she said in the interview.

Source: MyNewsGh.com


Members of Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) today, September 9, 2020, demanded an explanation as to why Exim Bank reportedly paid a whopping sum of ¢2 million to dancehall artiste Shatta Wale and others to act as brand ambassadors.

Honorable Ras Mubarak, who is a member of the Committee indicated that he was at a loss as to why such an amount would go to such individuals just to promote goods made in Ghana.

He added that he was seeking clarity on the matter because the ordinary Ghanaian had every right to know what the money was used for.
Ras Mubarak stated categorically that he did not have a problem with Shatta Wale being given a contract but was only interested in how the whole process was handled.
The Member of Parliament’s concerns follows reports that the state-owned financial institution doled out GHC2m to Shatta Wale and Agya Koo who were to serve as brand ambassadors.

“I mentioned GHC2 million that went to Shatta Wale but the Deputy CEO says they wouldn’t know who the vendor selected and this is not to say that we have a problem with Shatta Wale getting some amount of money to do whatever work.”

In his response to the matter at hand at the PAC meeting, the Deputy CEO with oversight of the Finance and Administration Division, Kwame Adu-Darkwa said the bank only engaged the services of a media consultant to support them in promoting their product since it was necessary at the time.

He, however, insisted that he did not sign any cheque of GH¢2 million for any artiste.

However, Ras Mubarak, still trying to make his point, indicated that the money could have been invested in provision of water and other basic amenities for rural communities.

He added that Shata Wale, compared to other artistes, did not deserve the GH¢2 million given to him.

Chairman of PAC, James Klutse Avedzi said the Committee will invite officials of the bank to present details of the said payments to Shatta Wale and others.

Source: NKONKONSA.com 

I AM STILL LEGALLY MARRIED TO JOYCE BLESSING – Dave Joy Speaks Following Wife’s Accusations

Dave Joy, the former manager of award-winning gospel artiste, Joyce Blessing, has said that he is still married to the singer contrary to widespread rumors that they were divorcing.

While speaking in an interview with Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM, Dave Joy stated that so far as he is concerned, Joyce Blessing is still his wife.

Their marriage, according to him, had not been annulled by any court of law of relative. He added that since no lawyer had served him with divorce papers nor had the singer’s family returned any drinks to him as is custom, he is still a married man.

Dave Joy indicated that the divorce rumors were being spread by the singer and that he had no hand or knowledge about it.

He said that to this effect, he was and still had control and a say on anything that was for his wife.

“Joyce Blessing is still my wife,”. There are no divorce papers, no family member has presented any drinks to annul the union,” he explained.

The singer, in a recent report, indicated that she was suffering sabotage from her husband who was thwarting her efforts to get her career back on track.

According to her, Dave Joy and one Julie Jay, had taken her access to all her social media handles and were posting things on there as if she was the one making the posts.

Joyce Blessing added that Dave Joy had reported her new social media pages and this has made it difficult for her to get her career to run smoothly.

The singer said she had held a number of virtual concerts but due to the sabotage, she is unable to post them on her social media handles.

She said posting them was difficult because before she decides to post, Dave Joy would post the same content on her old social media handle, therefore, posting it would amount to c copyright infringement.

Joyce Blessing has urged all her teeming fans and followers to like and subscribe to her new social media handles.

Source: NKONKONSA.com


Actress and Television personality, Efia Odo, has advised Ghanaians against sending their sick relations to Pastors in order to heal them.

According to her, Pastors have no healing powers and it will be absurd for any individual to think that they will be healed when they are sent to a Pastor.

The actress is educating her followers on Twitter because a woman in her community who could have been saved if her family had sent her to the hospital had died.

She said “PASTORS ARE NOT DOCTORS! If you or someone in your family falls sick, DO NOT TAKE THEM TO A PASTOR BECAUSE THEY DO NOT HAVE THE CAPACITY TO “HEAL”. Pastors can not heal because they are humans with no super natural powers. A woman in my hood just died due to negligence”.

Checkout her tweet:

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Ghana’s Dancehall King Shatta Wale has warned all political parties no to use his images for campaign as the 2020 December general elections draws closer.

Shatta Wale who performed on NDC platforms during the 2016 elections, said no one should use his picture or brand on any political campaign or platform.

Shatta Wale is perceived to be a strong NDC supporter because of his dad’s affiliation with the party and also someone sitting president Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo loves hence it looks like Shatta is stuck in the middle.

According to the “Freedom” hit maker, him and his Shatta Movement are ready to work with any president Ghanaians elect.

“Moving forward ..no one should use my picture or my brand on any political campaign or platforms .

Myself and my loyal fans will support and coperate with any person who Ghanaians elect as their president..”, Shatta tweeted.

Source: NKONKONSA.com