Renowned actor and broadcaster Mikki Osei Berko is worried about the future of celebrities in the country.

According to Mikki Osei Berko, affectionately called Master Richard, 80 percent of Ghanaian celebrities are very poor and cannot fend for themselves.

He disclosed that a large chunk of the celebrities are only masquerading themselves as rich and affluent people but they return to their various houses to cry themselves to bed.

Mikki Osei Berko made this shocking revelation in an interview with Nkonkonsa.com where he stated emphatically that aside the celebrities being paupers, they also cannot afford their own medical care and so become sick without any financial support.

He asserted that what the celebrities, particularly actors and actresses in the country, do best is ‘outside gentility, home cry”, to wit they spend time and energy showing off to their fans and followers to gain social presence while they go back home destitute.

In his candid opinion, they are not serious about the business aspect of their celebrity status.

“They enjoy the talent and the exposure. They don’t care about the business of their lives . . . They’re not serious,” he said.

Mikki Osei Berko has about 26 years of experience in the entertainment industry insisted that the industry does not pay celebrities well.

He claims that a lot of Ghanaian celebrities are living hand to mouth.

‘Some of us cannot even afford medical care. That is the honest truth. About 80% of Ghanaian celebrities cannot afford decent medical care. Most of the Ghanaian celebrities are paupers . . . People are doing ‘outside gentility, home cry’ . . . Where are the jobs? What do they do? Ghanaian celebrities, what do they really do to earn money? Just find out if there is any film that has paid an actor even GHC 10,000 . . . Find out from the last 5 years, what film has even given an actor 20,000 cedis,” he posited.

”Where do they get the money? What do they do to earn money?” he asked and advised his colleague celebrities to concentrate on securing their future by making investments to better their lives.

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Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Renowned gospel artiste, Jojo Immanuel-Lawson, a British/Ghanaian has released a new official music video for “LET THERE BE” A CHANGE IN THE ATMOSPHERE, a track off his debut album, “Speak Lord”, to sum up the Cry of Nations through this Pandemic.

It is an intimate, heart felt encounter moment with God in worship. It highlights mankind’s constant need for God. Certainly an essential prayer for our world today.

He recently released a new single and an official video , this Awesome Music Video and song by Jojo Immanuel-Lawson was released on Easter Sunday – 12th April 2020 on his YouTube Page.

The music sums up the cry of nations in the current Coronavirus pandemic where in the face of an invisible common enemy, all we can do is to petition for the invisible hand of God to Shift this Load and Cloud of Fear, uncertainty and total helplessness of humanity away and to bring a desperate Change in the Atmosphere.

Jojo Immanuel-Lawson is a renowned Gospel Music Singer and Evangelist/ Speaker/ Writer ,Mentor, a radio presenter, the President of CPals network ,an author and a passionate servant of Christ who has travelled and ministered in Music and the Word of God for over 30 years in more than 10 countries around the world .

He is an award winning artiste, conference Speaker, Mentor, a radio presenter, the President of CPals network and an author to mention a few.

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new official visuals: PATRIOTIC SONG “GHANA” BY GH STORY

Music duo GH Story have released for video the most recent patriotic song.

Gh Story is a musical duo made up of two energetic and creative young men – Toka and Kuzni from Accra.

Their latest single ‘Ghana’ produced by Appietus, talks about how the future of Ghana depends on the attitude of the people and our leaders. GH Story have re-echoed the need for us to change our attitude as Ghanaians.

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After a shaky start of her music career with her much talked about debut single ‘Fa Me Ko’, actress-turned-singer Emelia Brobbey is back as promised with her second single titled “Odo Electric” featuring RuffTown Records signee Wendy Shay.

Both audio and visual for Emelia’s new single was released on Tuesday 21, 2020. The official was video shot and directed by McWillies for FlashBack Media and the song was produced by MOG Beat.

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Actress and Social Media Influencer Andrea Owusu popularly known as Efia Odo said most Ghanaians are “Hypocrites” and “Fools”.

Efia who was pouring her heart out on social media about how people insults her over her choice of dressing, said she owns her body and she can decide what she wears or which part of her body she wants to expose.

In a lengthy video on Instagram, Efia said 90% of Ghanaians are hypocrites and fools and she can’t understand why people cannot just mind their business.

According to her, how she dresses does not determine her personality or how pure her heart is. She said no amount of insults or negative comments will make her change her lifestyle or fashion style.

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Source: NKONKONSA.com 


The quest of many Ghanaians to make it in life has made many fall prey to wicked men in many parts of the world. Whenever a Ghanaian is abused on a foreign land, the believe is that, indigenes of their host  country are the abusers.

A story from a young Ghanaian who sojorn to Libya is giving a different direction about torture that is meted to Ghanaians outside their home country.

Appiah (not his real name) was working as a teacher in Goaso in the Ahafo Region of Ghana peacefully until a friend told him of the numerous job opportunities in Libya.

Convince that Libya will provide him with a better job that will pay him well, He started the journey from Tudu in Accra and used Niger route to Libya.

While in Libya, His contact was at work and he (Appiah) had to find a place to stay till his host return from work on his off day.

At Agadez, he was told that, there is a Ghanaian at Sabah still in Libya who can accommodate him till he finally see his contact. Unknown to him, the Ghanaian he contacted was a kidnapper. He (the victim) was locked up in a room with others.

In the room were some Ghanaians and other nationals. They were forced to tell their families back home that they have fallen into the hands of some wicked Arabs and until monies are transferred to the Ghanaian by name Kwadwo Asante for him to pay a ransom to the kidnappers, they will suffer and die in pain.

Until the requested ransom is paid, beatings and torture is the order of the day.

Attached to this story is a video of his narration and evidence of the torture.


Ghanaian music duo Keche over the weekend released the much awaited million dollars video titled “Odo” which was shot in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

According to a close source, the video was shot at one of the most expensive locations in Dubai where top African musicians have had some of their videos shot in the past.

The video which was premiered at the premises of 4syte TV on 25th May 2019 saw top industry players in attendance and popular hiplife musician D-Cryme as Mc with a live telecast on 4Syte TV.

After the launch,The duo were very grateful to their new management team Golden Empire Legacy Limited that officially signed and outdoor them with a whooping  GHC2.5 million (equivalent to USD $500,000) plus three-bedroom apartment and two Hyundai Elantra saloon cars to help them run their day-to-day activities.

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Source: NKONKONSA.com

spanking new video: “SHAY ON YOU” BY WENDY SHAY

It’s a step by step movement from Wendy Shay with the best of music.

The female act signed to RuffTown Records released her debut album on the 20th of December, 2018 and it was captioned Shay On You. Surprisingly, the title of the album is also a single on the album.

“Shay On You” is an afrodancehall themed song in which she brings the best of her afrobeat craft and fuses it with the dancehall genre. For someone who is new to dancehall, the Uber Driver hitmaker puts much energy into this one to make a statement. Shay On You is coined from her name Wendy Shay with the song sending the message that she is right in the faces of people and they must be ready to accept her as she is here to stay. Music is about versatility and she gets it on point.

This single comes with a music video which was directed by Yaw SkyFace. Shot on location in Jamestown, a suburb of Accra, the video shows a different element of Wendy Shay in the midst of men in a male dominated music industry. Not perturbed, her stand is very strong and she is ready for the game.

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British/Ghanaian media entrepreneur and founder of education not for profit, Aim Higher Africa, Peace Hyde has been featured on leading US news platform Fox News for her transformative work in empowering unemployed youths and building grassroots entrepreneurs in Africa.

Peace Hyde who is one of only 200 visionary leaders selected to be part of the inaugural class of the 2018 Obama Foundation Leaders Africa program, has continued to push for the rights of street children to get formal education as well as providing support to impoverished communities and families across Ghana and Nigeria.

Hyde who also heads up the Forbes Africa digital media and partnerships arm as well as the editorial head for the west Africa region has over the years been celebrated globally for her outstanding contribution to the lives of communities with various nominations including the prestigious Discovery young Health Journalist of the year Award as well as being inducted into the 2017 and 2018 Untied Nations Most Influential People of African Decent list.

Aim Higher Africa has over the past 5 years delivered its proprietary MRDT curriculum program to millions of students across the continent in a bid to transform limiting mind-set, break down negative barriers and empower students with design thinking skills with a focus of helping them to identify opportunities within their community that creates long term scalable and sustainable impact.

The program was launched in Aim Higher Africa’s newly opened skills acquisition center in Yaba where students are enrolled in a 6-week intensive vocational and digital skills program after which successful graduates with innovative socially focused business plans, receive an interest free start up loan to transform their dreams into reality.

Watch the interaction in the video below: