21-year-old Leah Brown has been crowned Miss Malaika Ghana 2016.
The University of Ghana Political Science and French student beat nine other contestants to win the crown at this year’s event at the National Theatre in Accra Saturday night.
For winning the title, Leah Brown drove home a brand-new Renault Captur Hatchback. She also received one year wardrobe supply of clothes, a trip to Dubai and a $10,000 education scholarship.
Amanda Edem Fiawosime, a Business Administration (Insurance) student at the University of Ghana and Delsey Hamilton Yankah, a Business Management student at the University of Cape Coast emerged first and second runner ups respectively.
The crowing of this year’s winner follows 13 weeks of intensive grooming and mentoring by the organisers, Charterhouse. The finale of the pageant witnessed performances from MzVee, Joey B and Lil Shaker.
Dance hall artiste Shatta Wale was the lead act at the just ended Radio and TV Personality (RTP)Awards 2016 at the Accra International Conference Centre on Saturday, October 22, 2016.
Shatta had some hot lady dancers for opening act winding their waist to his hit song “Biegya” and the fans went crazy. He performed a number of his songs including; “Hol it”, “Kakai”, “Baby Chop Kiss”, “Dancehall King”, “Shatta City”, Mahama Paper, Obordorbidi among others.
He paused his performance in the middle of his performance to acknowledge some dignitaries in the audience and thanked the media for supporting him and his music.
Watch all Shatta Wale performance at RTP Awards 2016:
There hasn’t been any rumors yet about actor Prince David Osei and actress Ingrid Alabi in a romantic relationship but as they say ‘nothing can be hidden under the sun’.
The two have sparked rumors of a possible steaming relationship between them after they locked lips in public over the weekend.
Screen goddess Ingrid Alabi and Prince posed for the paparazzi on the red carpet at the premiere of new movie “Happily Never After” on Saturday October 8, 2016 at Silverbird Cinema inside Accra Mall and decided to give a little public display of affection.
While posing together their lips got too close and Ingrid decided to plant a kiss on Prince David Osei’s lips and this was captured by Nkonkonsa.com. Prince David looked surprised but one couldn’t tell if he was genuinely shocked by Ingrid’s kiss or they were both just acting for the cameras as both of them are from the ‘make believe’ fraternity.
Some celebrities stormed the runway at the just ended Glitz Africa Fashion Week 2016 in Accra.
This is an initiative by organizers dubbed “Fashion For Help” which is part of the 3-days fashion event held as Kempinski Hotel. According to organizers, this an initiative to use fashion for a worthy course or better still the cooperate social responsibility part of the event.
Some of the celebrities who cat walked for charity included; Actress Nikki Samonas, actor Harold Ameyah, actor James Gardiner, actress Nana Akua Addo, Radio/TV Presenter Vanessa Gyan, Rapper Joey B, Singer Adina, Supermodel Victoria Michaels, among others.
The celebrity catwalk was the highlight of the event on Sunday October 9,2016 which was the final day of the 3-day event and all proceeds from the event will be given to charity.
Checkout the celebrities on the runway:Source: NKONKONSA.com
Boss Nation Music finally brings the much awaited star-studded #Choices music video by Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win to us.
Directed by Ahenfo, the video features both movie and music icons, including Guru, Flowking Stone, Kwaw Kese, Nana Ama McBrown, Ayittey Powers, Mercy Asiedu, Razak, Sherry Boss, Big Akwess, Bossu Kule, Emelia Brobbey, Akrobeto, Young Chorus, Kwaisey Pee, Top Kay, Kwaku Manu, Agya Koo, Salinko, Funny Face, Kofi Nti, Bernard Nyarko, KK Fosu, Archipalango, Ohemaa Dadao among others.
The 5th edition of the Africa Legends Night 2016 event came off on Saturday September 24, at the state Banquet hall and it was headlined by South African music legend Yvonne Chaka Chaka.
The event proceeded with a performance from Nana Yaa who gave the young audience a great deal of contemporary African soul music.
Wiyaala and Akosua Agyapong followed with a spectacular performance. Amandzeba threw light on the rich African culture and coupled it with “jama”, both his entry and his closing art were flawless. Nana Tufour A.K.A 9924 also did justice to his performance.
The event peaked as Yvonne Chaka Chaka took over the show, amidst her performance she did duets with Eshun, Becca and Wiyaala. The show which took place at the State Banquet Hall in Accra was filled to capacity as the audience was delightfully treated to authentic music from Ghana and South Africa.