Radio presenter, Caroline Sampson claims she used post-pills after unprotected intercourse and believed it worked flawlessly until she discovered she had taken seed months later.

Caroline said she was in her third trimester when she found out she was pregnant on Asaase Radio with Naa Ashorkor. Caroline was describing how she had her 11-year-old son Jayden.

Caroline claims her son’s father advised her to abort and left her alone. Her ex-boyfriend had left her, so even phoning him to notify him was difficult.

“I was astonished not because I don’t understand unprotected sex. I took the pill after unprotected intercourse. It wasn’t my first dose, and it hadn’t failed me before. “I’d never been pregnant and had no idea I was three months pregnant,” she added.

“Although he liked children and mentioned it sometimes, he was having financial issues at the time. I insisted on keeping it, and he replied I was alone. “I’ve been alone for 11 years,” she continued.

My kid doesn’t even know your number and therefore if he phones you, you’re the Mum. And I’m thinking, “How is he going to come?” since he doesn’t know where we live.

“You didn’t show up all day for this guy.” He used to call his tablet, not my phone. “He begged Mummy give me another Dad, I don’t want this one anymore,” she said.


Watch the video below;


Josely Dumas and McBrown karaokeNo proper chill out party is ever quite complete without a turn on the karaoke machine, and celebrities are no exception to this rule!

Some Ghanaian female celebrities have showed their singing abilities at an all female party in Accra.

Actress Nana Ama McBrown, Joselyn Dumas, Deborah Vanessah & Caroline Sampson took turns to perform karaoke over the weekend during the Girltalk Karaoke night for the month of August female birthday celebrants at Lord of the Wings in Accra.

Nana Ama McBrown took the microphone first to perform “Turn your light down low” by the Bob Marley featuring Lauryn Hill.

Joselyn Dumas followed with Peter Andre’s “Mysterious Girl”.

Deborah Vanessa took to the stage to perform “Me Love” by Sean Kingston

Caroline Sampson also performed Justin Beibers “Baby”:

Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/


Anita Erskine 3Thirty young women eagerly absorbed important lessons from leading women in the broadcast industry, including Bridget Otoo and Berla Mundi among others, as part of a new initiative from Anita Erskine Media and Brand Woman Africa titled “Conversations – Leading Change Through Young Women in an Evolving Africa,” held at the Oak Plaza Hotel today.

“I believe our young women have so much incredible potential to create the kind of social change Ghana urgently needs, but sometimes it’s just a matter of finding the right motivation to push you in the direction of success,” said award-winning television and radio host Anita Erskine, who organized the event. “I created Conversations which will be a quarterly event covering a range of sectors, to give young women an opportunity to interact with and have real conversations with experts on how to build a successful career within a particular industry.”

Conversations for Change

The following speakers were in attendance to share a range of experiences and advice on topics across the broadcast industry in Ghana and show the audience what powerful women are capable achieving within the media:

–          Bridget Otoo: Presenter, TV3

–          Berla Mundi: Radio & TV Presenter, LiveFM and 4Syte TV

–          Chantelle Asante: TV Presenter & Producer, Viasat 1

–          Akua Boatemaa: Video and Photography Director

–          Owusua Dacosta: TV Presenter & Producer, Discovery +233

–          AJ Sarpong: Radio & TV Presenter / Producer, StarrFM and GH One TV

–          Akosua Hanson: Radio & TV Presenter, LiveFM & Celebrity Fanzone on Viasat 1

–          Caroline Sampson: Radio & TV Presenter

Inspiring Global Progress

The program, designed to educate and inspire young women from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, the African University College of Communication and NAFTI, gave aspiring females the chance to connect, communicate and network with industry experts including Anita Erskine. After listening to each of the broadcast industry experts tell their stories, the students were spilt into small groups to provide more intimate conversations between the students and the professionals. Key parts of the program focused on broadcasting online via Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn and how it can encourage wider participation and reach a global audience.

The event served as the first installment of a recurring program designed to encourage the next generation of female leaders across a variety of industries. Sponsors including Oak Plaza, EcoBank, the Vodafone Ghana Foundation, Microsoft and Lux are thrilled to have taken part in such a positive experience focused on growing a new generation of empowered female entrepreneurs.


Delay and Ahuofe
Delay and Ahuofe

Model and Radio Presenter Caroline Sampson has come to the defense of sensational actress Ahuofe Patri over her ‘fight’ with Dalay.

Caroline Sampson has taken on host of Delay Show, Deloris Frimpong Manso aka Delay regarding her fight with actress Ahuofe Patri over the name Cocoa Brown.

In a post on Instagram, Caroline advised her to grow up and stop behaving like a child. She added that Delay should learn and stop hating on the actress as it was her (Ahuofe’s) time to shine.

The Y-FM Presenter took to social media to as it were, to put Delay in her right place with quite a number of tweets.

“Slow your roll. It won’t always be about you. Let others shine too. It’s just a name”  

“Here we go again.. @virgindelay seriously you need to learn and stop being childish over names. Let the girl shine.

Cocoa brown is @ahuof3patri and @ahuof3patri is cocoa brown”

Caroline even went ahead to be emphatic that “Ahuofe Patri is Cocoa Brown and Cocoa Brown is Ahuofe Patri”.

“First Afia Schwarzeneggar, Now Cocoa Brown. What else you got? Not every day fight over names, sometimes let go. Be serious @virgindelay”.

On the other hand, Delay in her responds to Caroline’s tweets warn her not to start what she can’t finish. “@caroline4real don’t start something you can’t finish wai”.

On Thursday January 21, 2016, Delay took Patri, known in real life as Priscilla Opoku Agyemang, to the cleaners for calling herself Cocoa Brown, which she claims is her brand name.

Delay has been using that name “Cocoa Brown” on her Instagram page for a very long time and according’s investigations, “Cocoa Brown” is a new product Delay is about the release on the market.

For now, Ahuofe has been silent over the issue.Delay Caroline 2-vert



Caroline Sampson
Caroline Sampson

Radio/TV Host Caroline Sampson has been very opened about how irresponsible, careless and heartless the father of her son Jayden has been to her.

In several interviews Caroline has spoken about how her ex-boyfriend broke up with her on Valentine’s Day, how he has refused to take care of his son and how he even refused to give his son a name because according to Caroline, he didn’t want the pregnancy.

In a new development, Caroline claims that this same man who made her life miserable during pregnancy wants to have another child with her. In a Tweet on Wednesday Afternoon, she mentioned bumping into her ex on the Spintex Road.

“I just bumped into baby daddy and he tells me he wants another baby with me. I really just taya”

Sampson had in the past mentioned that she was bitter because of the circumstances leading to their breakup and also because the said person didn’t want to be responsible for the baby.

In an interview with Stacy Amoateng sometime back, she said:

“I tried to get him to come and give my boy a name but he refused to turn up and I had to do everything myself. When I was pregnant, the guy did not want to have anything to do with it just because I refused to abort it when he asked me to. So I told my male friends about it and they encouraged me that after delivery, the guy would show up for the naming ceremony but that did not happen.”

Read Caroline’s tweet below:

Caroline tweets