Nigerian Gospel Singer, Osinachi Joseph Kalu, popularly known as Sinach is now a mum for the first time at age 46 and after 5 years of marriage.

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome happily broke the gladdening news during the just concluded LIMA awards, which was held in Lagos at the Loveworld Convocation Arena.

At the event, Sinach went home with the 100, 000 US Dollars prize, for the Song of the Year Award 2019 ‘There’s An Overflow.’

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, who broke the news of Sinach’s new baby at the LIMA Awards 2019 while giving her ‘the song of the year’ award said:

“Thank you for that song, we are all excited with what the Lord has done in your life, of course in the life of many others standing with you here we just love you. And I told them, you just had a baby! so everybody got excited…”

Sinach, who has been a huge blessing to many globally with over 1 million subscribers on her Youtube channel, the only female gospel artiste from Nigeria and Africa at large to hit that landmark is worth celebrating.

The 46-year-old singer got married to Pastor Joe Egbu in 2014.

Congratulations to Sinach and her husband.

“I AM FROM A GODLY FAMILY” – Kuami Eugene Reacts To Death Prophesy

Kuami Eugene has criticised the founder of God’s Crown Chapel, Reindolf Oduro Gyebi popularly known as Eagle Prophet for how he revealed dark prophesy about him publicly.

In an interview with Hitz FM’s Noella Kharyne Yalley, the singer said the prophet should always be careful when putting out such sensitive information about people.

“At the end of the day, if not for anything, I’m a young boy and the kinds of words that come out of people’s mouth [can be] dangerous,” he stated.

Known for his numerous doom prophecies, Prophet Reindolf Oduro Gyebi, popularly known as Eagle Prophet, prophesied that the ‘Angela’ hitmaker will face the same fate as of late singer Ebony Reigns.

Ebony Reigns died in a road accident a little over a year ago. The self-acclaimed Prophet said he saw in a vision that the musician was involved in a ghastly accident that claimed his life while travelling to his hometown

According to the Prophet, some people and colleagues of Kuami Eugene have taken his pictures to places to bring him down.

“I don’t know what’s behind this whole thing, that is why reasonably, I think people should just calm down on how they put information out there,” Kuami Eugene added.

He said that a lot of people, his family especially have been calling him since the news broke. He believes that his family are quite spiritual and are praying for him. “I’m from a family which is Godly,” he assured his fans.


Ghanaian actress and film producer, Yvonne Nelson, has disclosed that she may consider playing an active role in politics and will not rule out the possibility of being the first female president of the country.

Ms Nelson, who is set to premiere her latest movie titled ‘Fix Us’, told Natalia Andoh on Class91.3FM’s Touch of Class that she is educating herself some more with masters programme in order to equip her in addressing certain societal issues.

Responding to social media comments about her involvement in politics after being vocal about several developmental issues the multiple award-winning actress said: “Maybe, I will, I will do some politics; it is 50-50 that is why I am back in school doing International Relations”.

Ms Nelson, who produced ‘Single and Married’ in 2012 and ‘House of Gold’ in 2013 articulated that she loves human rights and gender activism as well as tourism. For her, she would like to play an active role in the tourism sector and would not mind spearheading a tourism campaign.

Asked by the host if she was looking at being a Tourism Minister by 2028, she retorted: “I don’t know, maybe the President, you never know, the first female president of Ghana…God just…you know…he is guiding me so I am taking it slow”.

When pushed to confirm her interest in the highest office of the land, Ms Nelson said: “Maybe, you never know, one day”.

“Fix Us’ premiers at the Silverbird cinema on 6 December 2019. The film has superstars such as Yvonne Okoro, Tobi from Big Brother Nigeria, Michelle Attoh, Hajia4real, Irene Logan and Prince David Osei.

MY MENSES APPEARED 30 MINUTES TO MY PERFORMANCE – Fantana Confirms Wearing Sanitary Pad On Stage

Singer Fantana has confirmed that indeed she wore sanitary pad on stage during her performance at the Reign Concert 2019 which took place at the Fantacy Dome on Saturday October 19, 2019.

The “And So What” hit maker suffered a wardrobe malfunction which accidentally exposes some private parts of her body, revealing a white paper. Some concluded that she was wearing sanitary pad and others think it was a panty liner.

Watch her performance below:

Well, the singer has confirmed that the white paper exposed from private part was a sanitary pad.

In a press statement released by her management company – BLOWN, Fantana has revealed that she wore a sanitary pad because she was in her period, and she isn’t shy of that because it happens to all women.

“Yes my menses appeared 30 minutes to performance and I had to put on a sanitary pad and still go on stage. Menstruation is not a shame and I urge all young women to take a cue from my actions and not to let it stop them from doing anything they what to do”, portion of the press release stated.

Read the full statement below:

Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com


Television News Achor Serwaa Amihere is demanding a public apology from CEO of Consumer Rights Protection Agency, Mr. Kofi Capito for objectifying her on stage during the just Radio and Television Personality Awards 2019.

According to creadible information gathered by Peacefmonline.com, Kofi has quickly gone to apologise to Serwaa, after she tweeted her displeasure about the former’s comments but said she would only accept his apology on condition he does it publicly.

Kofi Kapito, who was on stage to present an award at the DOPHIL RTP Awards on Saturday October 12, 2019, made a comment about how nice her backside was. “Serwaa Amihere, look at your butt, nice!” he said.

This didn’t go down well with the newscaster and she has described the comments by Kofi Kapito as “disrespectful” and a classic case of “sexual harassment”.

I had so much respect for Mr. Kofi Kapito. This is a classic case of sexual harassment. I’m appalled by his utterances. This was needless and completely disrespectful!” she tweeted.

Serwaa who won the “Best Female Television Newscaster of the Year” on the night has revealed to Peacefmonline.com that Kofi Capito came to her office on Monday morning October 14, after her tweet to apologise to her personally, and while she appreciates his efforts for driving all the way to her office to show remorse, she would accept his apology only if it is done in public because he made his “disgraceful” comment in public.

She however added that Kofi Capito walked off and has blatantly refused to render a public apology.

Kofi Capito has also confirmed to Peacefmonline.com that he indeed went to Serwaa’s office inside GH One Television on Monday to genuinely apologise to her and make amends but she insisted on a public apology.

….I went ahead to complain to a management member of GH One Television who is Serwaa’s boss about her cold reception and the management member told me to forget about Serwaa if she is not satisfied with the personal apology….So that was why i left Serwaa’s office on Monday,” the Consumer Rights Protection CEO stated.

Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com


Actress Yvonne Nelson is envisaging that sex for grades won’t end any time soon considering the provocative dressing of some female students in the country’s tertiary institutions.

According to her, the once-revered private parts of ladies is currently on display on social media which could be a recipe to the conduct of some lecturers

Her comments come on the back of a discussion on sex for grades in some Tertiary Institutions in the country.

She noted that amidst the conversation, there is the need to take note of the fact that young ladies are also a contributory factor to the demand for s*x for grade from lecturers because places which hitherto were covered are now made open to the public.

Her tweet read “Sex for grades! Sex for jobs! Sex for everything in our part of the world! Your brains don’t matter here. It’s the covered parts they want, oh wait, these parts aren’t covered anymore…it’s free on social media. Will it ever change??”

There’s now a culture on social media, especially Instagram and snapchat where young ladies expose their bodies to men just to get get some monies from them. Some women have made it a cash cow where they make all their money from.


Singer Becca seem to be fed up with hearing allegations that she has bleached her skin.

After denying the same allegation consistently for the past 3 years, the “Driving License” Singer said she has had enough so Ghanaians and her fans should move on and concentrate on her music and have fun with it.

Becca who was speaking during an exclusive interview on Peace FM “Entertainment Review” said she can’t change people’s perception about her and she can’t control what people say about her but that wouldn’t stop her from being herself and speaking the truth.

Panellists on the show; Mikky Osei Berko, Kwaku Asiedu, Kwasi Ernest and Fred Kyei Mensah were also asked by Kwasi Aboagye – host of show to critically observe Becca’s skin and tell listeners whether she has bleached her skin or not and they all confirmed that she hadn’t bleached her skin.

Becca has just released her latest single “Yes I Do” which features Nigerian Singer Tiwa Savage and she wants her fans to go check it out and enjoy it.

Watch her interview below:

Watch Becca’s new music video:

Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com 


Ghana’s first female BET Awards nominee MzVee has finally parted ways with her record label Lynx Entertainment after their eight-year working relationship.

MzVee has been of the scene for some time now and this sparked rumours that all was not well between and her and her record lable. But she has ended all the speculations with a press release this afternoon.

In a press release signed by the ‘Natural Girl’ Singer, she stated that “These eight years with Lynx Entertainment have been absolutely delightful and a blessing and I am glad we still hold our relationship,”.

She added that Lynx Entertainment will always be a strong pillar in her career hence although both parties have decided to part ways, they will amicably continue support for each other.

Lynx Entertainment have also released a statement.

Lynx Entertainment have also released a statement saying they watched MzVee grow into the woman she is now and wishes her the best, adding that the label is proud of her achievement within the past eight years. The label also added that their separation is on a mutual grounds and pledged their support for her any time she needs it.

Read read both statements below:

Source: NKONKONSA.com


Actress and Media Personality, Nikki Samonas waded into the religious controversy about the after-life by stating that she doesn’t believe hell exists.

The Ghanaian actress backed her claim in the interview with Zionfelix on the uncut show, by saying that God won’t punish anyone by sending them to hell since he created them.

“As a child of God, I don’t see why anyone has to go to hell. We are all children of God and nobody is going to hell. We are all going to heaven to enjoy” she stated.

She continued saying that;  “I can’t tell if hell is real. I don’t really believe it’s real, I don’t want to even think about it. Nobody wants pain, agony or torture. So to me, Hell is nonexistent. I’ll always think positive and I want my friends and family to think same.” On her relationship status, Nikki said her boyfriend stays abroad.

Watch her full interview below:


Legendary South African singer, Yvonne Chaka Chaka has cried out after people protesting against foreigners broke into her daughter’s shop and looted the items there.

Taking to Instagram, Yvonne Chaka Chaka shared pictures showing the damage done to her daughter’s shop.

She wrote, ‘I am dumbfounded, confused, frustrated and I’ve lost faith. People protesting broke into my daughter’s shop and looted. All in the name of foreigners must leave SA’.

‘No man is an island, my fellow brothers and sisters, we all need each other. Too much lawlessness. Mr President do something. Mr Cele do something. Girls are dying Children are dying women are dying.

‘On the other hand we are fighting our African brothers What is this world coming to. Life has become so cheap no respect for life and for one another. God have mercy’.