“I WISHED MY MUM AND DAD MARRIED” – Kwami Sefa Kayi And Irene Opare’s Daughter Speaks

Fafa Kayi, the daughter of media personality, Kwami Sefa Kayi, and veteran actress, Irene Opare has revealed that she wished her parents were married.

In an interview with Nkonkonsa.com, Fafa disclosed that when she was young, she wished her mom and dad lived together and even asked them why they were not.

“Oh yes, when I was younger I did because at that time, I didn’t really understand life and dating and all that stuff. I used to ask them ‘why are you people not together?’. But now that I’m old I’ve seen that it makes sense,” she said.

When asked if she has a boyfriend Fafa Kayi replied no.

According her not everybody is dating so she happened to be part of the single ones.  Fafa indicated that she doesn’t have a dream man but the best thing is to be connected to somebody she can vibe with.

She explained that if one has too many expectations of what they wanted in a person, it would be hard to get that person. She cited an example that if you expect to get a taller guy, he might not come your way but the good thing is to be with someone who understands you.

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Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Top female rapper, Eno Barony, known in real life as Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom, has released a song targeted at the organizers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards- Charter House after she and others lost the Best Rapper Award to Kwesi Arthur.

In the song titled “Game Of Thrones”, Eno Barony threw some jabs at the best rapper and also jabbed the organizers over their decision.

She indicated that the best rapper in Ghana currently was a woman; and as a matter of fact, that woman was her because she already had the throne.

Eno Barony added that even on the night of the awards, she trended on all social media platforms with many people, both in Ghana and abroad claiming to have been blown away by her epic performance.

The rapper added that she was even hailed by the newly-crowned best rapper and put him on a beat that got him awed by her rap prowess.

Eno however admitted that said would have gladly accepted the award if it was handed to her because she knew she deserved it more than some others. 

Eno Barony was tipped by many stars including Edem to win the Best Rapper of the Year Award at the just-ended 2020 VGMAs.

According to Edem, Eno winning the category would give more women the motivation to get into rap music and showcase their talents.

She was in the same category with Medikal, Kwesi Arthur and Strongman Burner, EL, Teephlow and crowd’s favorite, Sarkodie.

Watch the below:

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


First child of dancehall star Stonebwoy and Dr. Louisa Satekla, Catherine Jidula Satekla, has wowed social media with a latest video of herself singing her father’s latest jam, Putuu.

The funny and equally fascinating video saw the young lady try her best to replicate her father’s tongue-twisting song.

In the video that was posted on the IG page of Nkonkonsa.com, Jidula is heard trying to sing her father’s song word for word.

Jidula was seen standing in a part of a house which appeared like a living room while wearing what looked like a nightie.

The young lady appeared to have been playing hide and seek when a voice called her attention to give her version of Putuu

The older voice believed to belong to Jidula’s mum, Louisa Satekla who was heard singing some parts of the song and trying to convince her daughter to also showcase her lyrical prowess an effort.

Before one could say ‘Jack’, Jidula had caught the drift and jumped right into the popular song and picked probably her favorite lines.

Her action was somewhat impressive and funny all at once considering the fact that she was still mastering how to talk.

The video which was shared on Jidula’s IG handle came with the caption:

“I’m still looking for the vaccine for the Putuu virus…”

Many fans and followers of Jidula reacted to the video with laughter and praise. Stonebwoy’s Putuu song has gained massive airplay in Ghana and is likely to become one of the most popular songs of the year.


Diamond Michelle Gbagonah, the ex-girlfriend of Shatta Wale and mother of his son, has added her voice to the congratulatory messages being thrown on social media for the singer.

Michy, as she is now known, spoke about Shatta Wale following the release of the official video of the “Already” song with Beyonce on July 31, 2020.

Speaking in an interview with Nkonkonsa, Michy said she was very proud of her Taking Over crooner following the international collaboration.

According to her, they (Shatta and herself) already spoke of a moment like this during the singer’s struggling moments in his residence at Nima on their “2 by 4 student’s mattress”.

“These are the things we talked about before this day came on the 2 by 4 student bed in Nima,” Michy recounted.

She stated that Shattawale has shown the “power of what true manifestation is,” as it is obvious that he had dreams of making himself proud one day.

Weeks ago Shattawale spoke in an interview on Peace FM, where he showered lots of praises on his baby mama for her clear exhibition of maturity following their split.

According to Melissa singer, Michy has not even for once spoken ill of him even though their relationship did not really end on so much of a good note. Shatta Wale and Michy split many months ago following so many speculations about their relationship.

Both of them have not really come out to categorically state the main cause of their unfortunate split. The duo has a son, Majesty, together who they both love and adore very much.
Watch the full interview below:

Source: NKONKONSA.com 


Rufftown Record label artiste, Wendy Shay, has resurrected her infamous Big 5 ‘S’ in Ghana music argument but this time with ace Broadcaster Abeiku Santana.

The Shay On You singer and Abeiku Santana were seen in a heated argument in the studios of Okay FM over the matter.

Both Santana sand Shay touted their achievements and considered themselves as the last of the “S’s” made up of Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Samini and Sarkodie.

The duo went back and forth on the names of top-flight artistes who have their names starting with S in Ghana. According to Abeiku, the 5 big “S’s” comprised Samini, Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy and himself (Santana).

Wendy Shay on the other hand, was having none of that when she insisted that she rather made the 5th “S” with her name “Shay”.

When asked to list the 4 “S’s” she excluded Samini. When asked why she claimed that Samini was the senior “S”, hence could not be added to the others.

Wendy Shey later added Samini to and herself to make it 5 “S’s”. When queried again on why she has now added Samini she stated that it was only a fool who did not change their minds.

It would be recalled that Wendy Shay sparked reactions on social media when she named herself, Shatta, Sark and Stonebwoy as the top 4 “S’s” currently in Ghana snubbing Samini entirely. Samini however reacted to the list made by Wendy Shay and took time to break down what in his own definition, felt the S should stand for.

Watch their argument below:
Source: NKONKONSA.com 

exclusive: MY FATHER’S LEGACY WAS WIPED AWAY BY COUP PLOTTERS – Daughter of Late President Hilla Limann Cries Out

Dr. Zilla Limann, daughter of Ghana’s late former President Hilla Limann, has expressed sorrow over her father’s legacy stressing Ghanaians have ”under-appreciated” him.

Dr. Hilla Limann was President from 24th September 1979  and was overthrown in 1981 when former President Jerry John Rawlings staged a coup d’état.

Dr. Limann is said to have re-contested the Presidential seat in 1992 but wasn’t elected.

He was the only President of the 3rd Republic of Ghana.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with Nkonkonsa.com, the daughter of the late President explained why her father’s legacy is not remembered in the country.

Dr. Zilla Limann believed her dad is not acknowledged in the history books of Ghana’s heroes because the Rawlings’ regime did everything in their power to wipe away Limann’s track record so that Ghanaians would forget his good works.

To her, although she was very young when her father was ousted from power, she however remembers her father’s vision for Ghana.

”…for what he stood for, he said his ideology is Ghana. So, for him, anything Ghana; it didn’t matter what it was. It was Ghana and that is how he thought and that is what was his vision…And he actually did quite a bit in his time [you know]. So, he took over at a very turbulent time when the economy was really bad. And, in his time…in the 2 years that he was there, he did quite a bit and he was able to start turning around the economy.”

She is therefore downhearted that her father’s sacrifices for a country he strongly believed in have all gone down the drain.

”I think he’s very much under-appreciated and that’s also because the knowledge is so limited. They don’t seem to know much about my dad and what he did. Even me, I think I don’t even know enough because I wasn’t old enough…But knowing what I know now, he was very under-appreciated but then I found out later on that, after the coup happened, it appears there was a deliberate attempt to wipe off everything he did…So even looking for stuff on him is very hard. It’s very, very hard finding things about my dad. I guess because it was a coup. They sort of wiped out a lot of things. 

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Source: NKONKONSA.com 


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.

Watch the full exclusive interview:

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.

Watch the full video below: