Shatta Wale's father
Shatta Wale’s father

Father of Ghanaian Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has taken a new royal position which contains an actual stool, not the imaginary one of his son.

Mr. Charles Akramah Mensah has been enstooled as the chief of Ngleshie Amanfro under the stool name; Nii Akramah Nyonmo Bei II. Mr. Mensah took the position after the death of a previous chief.

Shatta Wale took to Facebook to congratulate his father.


Charles Akramah Mensah, biological father of Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale was nominated and endorsed as the newly chief of Ngleshie Amanfro under the stool name of Nii Akramah Nyonmo Bei II.

Ngleshi Amanfro is in the Ga South Municipality of the Greater Accra region, and contains Gas who were resettled from James Town (the heart of British Accra) in the 1970’s.Ngleshie Amanfro is a Community in the Ga- South Municipal area in the Greater Accra Region near Kasoa.

It is a Community mainly inhabited by the Gas who happens to be the Custodian of the land. Ngleshie Amanfro originated from the Ajumaku division of James Town in the 1700s.

The Community was resettled at its current location in 1978 by the government of Ghana as a result of the creation of the Weija Lake.



Asamoah Gyan's manager Anim Addo, Lawyer Kissi Agyabeng and his brother Baffour Gyan
Asamoah Gyan’s manager Anim Addo, Lawyer Kissi Agyabeng and his brother Baffour Gyan

Lawyer for Black Stars player Asamoah Gyan, Kissi Agyabeng, is wanted by the Ministries Police Station for threatening the life of entertainment journalist Osarfo Anthony.

According to NKONKONSA.COM’s source, the incident happened on the 30th Nov, 2015 in front of circuit court 9 in Accra. Osarfo Anthony who is facing trial together with musician Ekow Micah, Sarah Kwabla and Chris Handler, for allegedly extorting money from Asamoah Gyan, was seated in front of Circuit Court 9 with his sister, Aunty, Sarah Kwabla, Sarah’s mother, and others waiting for their case to be called.

Celebrity lawyer, Dr. Maurice Ampaw – who is also the counsel for Osarfo, Sarah, and Ekow in the extortion case, came out from the court in which Ekow Micah was being trialed for illegal possession of weed and announced that Ekow has been acquitted and discharged.

Osarfo, together with his sister, Aunty, Sarah Kwabla, Sarah’s mother, Maurice Ampaw,

Maurice Ampaw’s secretary, and others, got up and started jubilating. Seeing Osarfo jubilating, Lawyer Kissi walked from the crowd and attempted slapping Osarfo. But for the timely intervention from a lady, lawyer Kissi would have assaulted Osarfo. In his teed off state, lawyer Kissi aggressively threatened; “You this guy, I will deal with you! I will deal with you properly! You will see!”

Per an audio available as evidence to NKONKONSA.COM, lawyer Kissi’s voice can be heard loud and clear spewing the exact lines. “But what has Osarfo done to him? Ahh but Osarfo has not mentioned his name or even looked at him! What is wrong with this lawyer?

“So Osarfo should not jubilate because he is Asamoah Gyan’s lawyer? Osarfo report him to the police; these guys are deadly!”  are voices (spoken in Twi) of Osarfo’s sister, Aunty, Sarah, Sarah’s mother as witnesses captured in the audio recording of the scene.

Osarfo Anthony lodged official complaint of threat against his life at the Ministries Police Station on the same day (30th Nov, 2015). Osarfo and his Aunty – as witness have both written their statements at the police station. Sarah Kwabla, and more others who were at the scene, are also expected to visit the police station to also write their statements as witnesses.

Checks at the police station as at the time of going to press reveals that lawyer Kissi has not reported at the police station to write his statement for further investigation into the matter though the police have called him several times to report. The CID on the case as NKONKONSA.COM gathered is one Inspector Abu.

NKONKONSA.COM is following up on this case for more updates.



Nana Aba Anamoah
Nana Aba Anamoah

After all the speculations, the conjectures, the bets and reports, it has finally emerged that TV anchor, Nana Aba Anamoah has finally made a choice on her next stop of work.

The former TV3 Presenter has joined the Multimedia Broadcasting Group, can exclusively report.

Miss Anamoah officially starts work today, we can add. The deal is strictly on part-time basis, privileged information available claims. can  report that a deal was reached last week, paving way for Miss Anamoah, who left her TV3 job early November after a storm of controversy between her on one side and management of Media General, owners of the Kanda-based station, on the other.

The deal will see her take on a dual role on both radio (JOY FM) and television (JOY News, which runs on the Multi TV platform).

Earlier reports suggested that, the former host of ‘Divas Show’ was in talks with UTV, a report that was heavily dismissed by many observers.

She was also linked with a move to EIB Network and was speculated to be heading to GhOne TV.


Bright - Buk Bak-horz 2Bright Bling Sparkles, the only surviving member of Buk Bak fame, has disclosed that he and a former member of VIP, Promzy, will soon team up to release a joint album.

The artiste, according to Hitz FM’s report, was speaking from his US base about speculations that he and Promzy were teaming up.

He mentioned that the two of them have something in common, adding that when they team up “trust me Promzy and I will make great team.”

Buk Bak, known for several hit songs like ‘Klu Brofo’, ‘Akwasi Broni’ and ‘Kolom’, was versatile and rapped in Ga, Twi and Pidgin, and was the first hiplife group in Ghana to make a successful career out of Ga music.

Bright reiterated the good relationship that exists between him and Promzy, stating that it could give him the urge to form a great musical group.

He said, “Look out for the unexpected because Promzy as everybody knows is more or less my brother and irrespective of him not being in a group, I would love to grab that opportunity to do something good with Promzy.”

On why he has been away from the industry, Bright said he has not been able to complete any of the tracks that he and Ronnie were working on before the latter’s sudden demise because he gets emotional whenever he tries to work on them and stops.

“It’s been almost two years since the passing of Ronnie Coaches and it’s been a tough two years of painful memories it’s not been easy for me myself but we’re trying to keep hopes high,” he said.

The ‘Kolom’ singer also disclosed that he was working with 4X4 on a new collaboration and would not mind collaborating with other musicians on his upcoming songs.

Born Prince Bright, Bright Bling Sparkles went into hibernation after his partner Ronnie Nii Quainoo, known in showbiz as Ronnie Coaches, died of a heart attack on November 21, 2013 at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.

Promzy also fell out of hiplife music group VIP a year ago and much has not been heard of him since.

Source: Daily Guide


SaminiGhanaian Afro-Dancehall artiste Samini has revealed on Peace FM’s “Entertainment Review”, that he wanted telecommunication company MTN to sign his musical rival Shatta Wale.

According to Samini he has always seen Shatta Wale as a great artiste and he took him along almost every opportunity that came his way at that time.

“If you ask George Andah of MTN, former Marketing Manager of MTN, before I even signed the MTN deal, when he asked me who else I was thinking of from my genre in Ghana at the time that can make an impact after me, even way before all this started; ask George Andah the name I mentioned to him. Asked George Andah my manager Tony was there”.

Samini sounded very bitter that a brother he was willing to share any little opportunity with, would come back and spread fabricated stories about him.

“So why would somebody like this then comes back with all these fabricated stories that I don’t like him, I don’t want him to perform on shows, I don’t want him to proper and this and that”.

When host Kwasi Aboagye asked Samini which name he mentioned to George Andah, he said “Oh I don’t want to talk too much all am saying is anybody can ask George Andah which name I mentioned”.

Asked if he mentioned Shatta Wale’s name Samini revealed“Well you say that, because at that time his name was Bandana and Ghanaian remember when I touring Ghana in 2004 I went everywhere with him, he was on the bill”.

Revealing how he first met Bandana now Shatta Wale, Samini said he first met Bandana through Obour, current president of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA).

“He was Obour’s kid I heard him in the studio, when I was going to feature on Obour’s song and I told Obour that guy was good and Obour said he was he kid. So when I was doing my tour I called Obour to bring his kid on board”.   

Samini also revealed that he had wanted to ignore all Shatta Wale said about him, until he (Shatta) insulted his mother, added that his mother suffered high blood pressure because of that.

“My mum’s blood pressure went up because she heard that her son has a beef with someone which nearly caused her life.

“If someone disrespects your mother you wouldn’t take it cool, it is beyond me, he should tell the truth that I offended him and reverse the negative things he said about me,” he posited.

Samini said he heard Shatta Wale apologizing on several media platforms but he would only be cool with him if he apologizes for insulting his mother.

“I will only be cool with him when he apologizes to my mum.” Samini stated adding he has no problem with Shatta Wale so he wants to attend his upcoming Saminifest concert on December 5, he can give him VIP tickets to attend.


Nelson, Okoro and Joselyn Dumas -2Ghanaian actresses Yvonne Nelson, Yvonne Okoro and Joselyn Dumas have been mentioned in the list of top 250 Most Influential Women in the world.

They have been mentioned alongside Hillary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Michelle Obama and Melinda Gates among others who are also on the list.

The list was put out by and it is an automatic algorithm based on social media influence. takes into account various metrics from Twitter, Facebook, Wikipedia, Youtube, LinkedIn and Instagram to arrive at the list.

“Whether you’re a would-be woman-leader or have spent decades being one. You could be less well or skilfully equipped than to read the short biographies of leaders who’ve been through the journey before.

So we’ve compiled a list from top women leaders. It’s a list of influential women at being pro-active,” the website stated.

Yvonne Nelson came up number 113, Joselyn 179 and Yvonne Okoro 189 with Hillary Clinton and Oprah Winfrey placing the first and second positions respectively.

“Honored…humbled to be included in this with these amazing women. 250 most influential women leaders in the world,” Yvonne Nelson said on social media after seeing the list.


OlamideNigerian Rapper Olamide has lost his father.

The ‘First of All’ Rapper shared the sad news that he lost his father today.

He posted a blacked out image on Instagram and captioned “O God, who hast commanded us to honor our father and our mother; in Thy mercy have pity on the soul of my father, and forgive his trespasses; and make me to see him again in the joy of everlasting brightness. Through Christ our Lord. Amen. Rest well Dad.. Forever in my heart”

Our hearts goes out to Olamide and his family.



Lynx Entertainment act MzVee has revealed that she come from a poor family.

The ‘Abofra’ singer who released her second album Verified last week said this while talking about how to end extreme poverty in Ghana as an ambassador for the World Bank’s End Extreme Poverty campaign.

The event organized by TEDxAccra took place at the World Bank office at Ridge in Accra.

“I grew up from poor background. I remember when I was young; my family of six were all staying in one bedroom in someone else’s house.

“But I’m glad my mom learnt catering which I will say helped my parent get out of extreme poverty. Now she has three restaurants and over 100 employees,” she said.


Vicky Zugah -2Actress Vicky Zugah has revealed a dark side of her childhood that she has perhaps not spoken about before.

According to Vicky she grew up with an abusive father and that led to a broken home and this act is something she would never wish would happen to anyone in this world.

“I don’t want to say this but I will because father has regretted his actions and has asked for forgiveness. I also want this to serve a deterrent to people out there. My mother left my father because, my father used to beat her.

“This was something that happened most of the times in my presence. Constantly, there were misunderstandings, the long and short of all is that, I grew up in an abusive home,” she said in an interview with Delay on the Delay Show on Viasat 1.

Vicky Zugah is from the Volta, born to Mr. Komla Zugah and Ms Beatrice Patu. She has three siblings of which she is the third. If she is not on set, then she is watching movies or reading.

She started acting about 10 years ago when she was recommended to a director. She has a large number of movies to her credit.

Among them are Keeping the Promise, Twixted, The Bible, My Dearest Princess, Girls Connection, Stand by me, Agatha, Pretty Queen, The Bible, The Return of Beyonce, Tears of Womanhood, Pretty Queen, True Colours, Girls Connection, Big Girls Club, Araba Lawson, June 4th, Cross my Heart, and Total Exchange .


Shatta Wale
Shatta Wale

Dancehall act Shatta Wale says that his former manager Bulldog is under spiritual attack.

According to the “Hol It” singer, he cannot fathom why someone who was his confidant will all of a sudden change and be behaving weird, for him, its beats his imagination.

“I still cannot believe Bulldog did that to me, I think he is under spiritual attack. You see, when our misunderstanding began, some of my guys came around trying to talk to Bull to calm down, but he refused.

“He was extremely hyper and was not willing to listen to anyone. I believe whatever is going on is spiritual because, for a second, I did not know Bulldog,” he said talking to Pluzz Fm.

Bullhaus Entertainment two weeks ago, officially announced the end of the working relationship with Shatta Wale which the latter followed with a press conference.