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Amewu gets on one knee and begs Bronzy 1 to stop ‘gala’ business

Amewu gets on one knee and begs Bronzy 1 to stop ‘gala’ business

The Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, John Peter Amewu, has reportedly gone down on one knee before Bronzy 1, a known galamsey operator and begged him to cease the illegal mining operations. The Minister said his actions are in keeping with the government’s policy of ending the destructive illegal mining business by “going on one…

Facebook study shows Gey Hey girls are just one degree of separation from a ‘hater’

A new survey by social networking site Facebook has shown that users who attended Wesley Girls High School are connected to at least one ‘hater’ by direct friendship. Researchers who studied thousands of electronic conversations, say any Gey Hey girl who has posted a Facebook update in celebration of their alma mater’s anniversary had a friend…

VGMA 2017 to include Best Paid Presidential Endorser category

The 2017 edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards will include a Best Paid Presidential Endorser category in recognition of the huge difference these presidential endorsement deals have made to the bank balance of Ghanaian music artistes. Presidential endorsements from musicians have, in recent months, emerged as the music industry’s most lucrative sector, with politicians…

More Z-list celebrities set to enter the lucrative business of presidential endorsements

More Z-list celebrities and one-hit-wonders are expected to make vast fortunes from endorsing presidential candidates ahead of the December elections. Sources say many Z-listers are “seriously” looking at the possibility of entering the business of presidential endorsements after several third-tier actors and not-so-funny comedians reportedly pocketed huge sums of money for appearances on various political…

Everyone wondering when MPs and ministers will ditch V8s for Ayaalolo buses

The successful launch of the Bus Rapid Transport service in Accra has left Ghanaians wondering when “honourable” members of parliament and ministers of state will ditch their fuel guzzling official vehicles for the Ayaalolo buses. The park-and-ride service, a government initiative designed to ease congestion in Accra city centre, will also help workers and other…

GTP thanks Sarkodie for the pro bono publicity

Ghana Textiles Printing Company has thanked popular hiplife rapper Sarkodie for “promoting GTP’s authentic African textiles and print products pro bono.” Officials of GTP confirmed the demand for their African textiles and print has more than doubled after it received a mention in Sarkodie’s diss track aimed at fellow rapper Manifest. According to one GTP…

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