Nii Okai releases video for ‘Mala’

Nii Okai

Contemporary gospel musician Nii Okai has released released yet another video. The high definition live video featuring features the gospel band Virtuous. Mala, which means ‘I will sing’, is a praise song which glorifies God for his mercies and awesomeness. According to Nii Okai, “Mala is a song of praise in anticipation of the second coming of Christ.” The song ...

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Becca, others for ‘Heroes’ finale


It will be an event to honour some selfless citizens selected from across the country as the  MTN Heroes of Change television series climaxes tomorrow, April 4 at the Accra International Conference Centre and music will be a key part of proceedings. Ready to render music that reflects the theme of sacrifice and love for one’s community are Becca, Kwabena ...

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Praye prepares for 10 years anniversary


Fans of Praye, currently made up of Eugene Baah (Praye Honeho) and Steven Fiawoo (Praye Tietia) should brace themselves for exciting treat from the duo as they line up a repertoire of musical concerts to celebrate their 10 years of being in the game. As expected, Praye has put in place exciting concerts that will keep their fans busy throughout ...

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Kwasi Enin is an “inspiration to us all” – Beyoncé


The news of the 17 year old Ghanaian boy who has been accepted into all eight Ivy League schools got the world talking earlier this week. Kwasi Enin’s milestone, according to college counselors, is extremely rare because few students even apply to all eight Ivy League schools, because each seeks different qualities in their freshman class. Almost none are invited ...

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Ghana’s tourism sector nets one billion cedis in 2012

Elizabeth Ofosu- Adjare

Ghana will earn $8.3 billion from the tourism sector by 2027 on the back of an estimated 4.3 million international tourists, Mrs Elizabeth Ofosu- Adjare, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Art, has said. She said in 2012 the tourism sector raked in $1.7 billion from 993,600 international tourists, providing employment for 359,000 people. Mrs Ofosu-Adjare, who made this known ...

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VIDEO: Ghana’s ‘Alabaster Box’ featured on the BBC

Alabaster box

Ghana’s leading gospel acapella group, Alabaster Box, have been featured on the BBC Focus on Africa. The four member group, which has been in existence for 19 years, says their brand of music is called Afropella. The group was founded and led by Samuel Narku Dowuona, a journalist and musician, in 1995. Other members of the group are Gideon Allotey ...

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Princess Mahama launches maiden book; The Mad Duck


Princess Umul Hatiyya Ibrahim Mahama, the lady who rode a bicycle from Accra to Tamale to raise funds for the construction a six unit classroom block for Nouri Imam Primary School at Tootingli near Tamale has launched her maiden book. The book titled, The Mad Duck; an inspirational story on how to live your best life was launched in Accra ...

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More people pledge to “Protect the Goal”

Some of the media personalities who signed the pledge

“Protect the Goal”, the global HIV advocacy campaign which is hinged on the idea of footballers doing all that they can to prevent their opponent from scoring them has had a successful run in Ghana since its launch. The campaign runs with three key messages which are meant to keep the youth on alert and to try as much as ...

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Agya Koo considering evangelism or music career

Agya Koo

Agya Koo may be considering quitting acting soon to concentrate on his music career or even evangelism. The popular actor told Showbiz last Monday, “It is said that you don’t live at a place for long if that place is likely to bring you disgrace. That is why I have planned to quit acting and concentrate on my music career ...

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Citi FM Heritage Month comes to an end


For the past eight years, Citi FM has declared the month of March as the “Heritage Month”, a month dedicated to highlight Ghanaian Heritage. The series of programming put the focus on Ghana and led discussions on various aspects of Ghana’s cultural heritage. The thematic areas for this year’s Heritage Month were Ghanaian Music, people, migration and settlements, food and ...

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