EXCLUSIVE!! COUNTRY MAN SONGO FINALLY MEETS ANAS AREMEYAW ANAS IN PERSON!!!! –PICTURES.

Very funny enough, The Nation’s most controversial country man songo has been spotted with the secret investigator Anas Aremeyaw Anas!! In the this picture, it is believed that this meeting was practically scheduled for these two powerful guys to come together and Congratulate each other for a good work done .

For working enormously to bring to broad daylight the bad deeds from the camp of the Ghana Football Association, these two gentlemen finally met to say a very big thank you to each other!!

Very funny on the other side, the question is won’t our Own Ken Agyapong be surprised?? Upon seeing the picture of these two guys, won’t he be ashamed for releasing a false picture which stood the chance of ruining the life of an innocent soul??

Source: UrsTruly Praiz

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Oyokodehye; Host of ‘Highlife Time’ On Accra 100.5FM Has Paid Respect To Some Highlife Legends In Ghana.

Award winning Highlife DJ of the year 2018 Eric Owusu Gyimah popularly known as Oyokodehye host of ‘Highlife Time’ on Accra 100.5FM has paid respect to some highlife legends in Ghana.

The winner of the Highlife DJ Awards Category at the just ended Ghana DJ awards 2018 organized a thanksgiving event to thank his fans and followers for their immense support and votes that enabled him win the award.

Oyokodehye also took this opportunity to honor some highlife legends in the country. According to him, these legends have been sidelined for too long and hence he will like to honor them since he has had intentions of doing it for many years but didn’t have the funds to do so.

Three highlife legends were honored in total and they include Chief Kofi Sammy, Baffour Kyei and Teacher Kofi Boateng. Oyokodehye presented these legends with citations and also donated undisclosed sums of money.

Hiplife Superstar Kwaw kesse also graced the occasion and delivered an awesome performance.

The legends were very happy to be honoured and admonished Ghanaians to demonstrate love to them while they are alive and not when they are dead and gone.

Some legends could not hold back tears as they were presented with their citations.

Other legends also expressed sadness over being neglected and sidelined. They also spoke about how meagre royalties for their intellectual property have become.

Baffour Kyei was not enthused about the cold shoulder given them by industry players, who, he complained, refuse to either offer them gigs or play their songs on the airwaves.

“Ghana is high-life and high-life is Ghana; when you travel outside the country and present yourself as a musician, everyone knows you are doing high-life. I have a new song and it’s a hit in Kumasi already but when you bring a song the media, people will still tell you it’s ‘adadamu’ – old songs. Even if it’s new, they will tell you it’s ‘adadamu’. That means no one will buy it, and it’s too bad, the media people should watch it”.

He also cautioned the young musicians to be mindful of the content they put into their music and offered to render his services to anybody that needs help in terms song writing or composing.

As part of the package for the veterans, J. L. Danquah Herbal Centre also offered them a month of free geriatric healthcare services.

Oyokodehye Kofi’s ‘High-life Time’ airs on Accra100.5FM every Saturday from 12:30 PM to 3PM.

Source: Kweku James Omega-GhnewsTV

EXCLUSIVE!! EXPERIENCE THE BIGGEST YOUTH SUMMIT EVER IN GHANA- TIME OUT WITH HEROES.

Time Out With Heroes is an event that seek to foster entrepreneurial initiatives and activities and create a platform for the graduates and graduating students to acquire knowledge about how to sync what they studied at school with their expertise/skills to land them the perfect job. An event aimed at bringing together the academic community, venture capitalists, new age entrepreneurs and all those passionate about entrepreneurship to a common ground. This year’s Time Out With Heroes seeks to address issues across all fields including, Media, Aviation, Corporate Business, Agricultural Investment, Events Management et all. The event is privileged enough to have Mr. Derrick Vormawor, CEO of Platinum Africa (Ghana and Kenya), Mr. John Affiadzi Appiah, President of Chamber for Youth Development, Emmaline Datey, HR Manager of EIB Network Ghana, Miss Gifty Boatemaa Annan, CEO of Wordsmith Global Consult and speak on their respective fields base on real time experience.
Kindly check below details of the program.
Date : 30th June, 2018
Venue: Oceanic Beach Resort -KorleGonno
Time: 9:00am

VIVIAN ANTWI Thanks Media, Her Fans And Family For A Successful Album Launch.

Musician Vivian Antwi has expressed appreciation to the media and her fans for helping her to launch her new album.

The celebrated musician launched her much awaited album “AWURADE KA ME HO” over the weekend.

Vivian Antwi speaking exclusively to the portal http://www.bibinionline.com after the launch, congratulated her fans, media and all for aiding her to put up a mega concert.

The album dubbed: “AWURADE KA ME HO ” was attended by her colleagues in the music fraternity, who as well graced the occasion on the night.

She said” Firstly, I want to thank God Almighty for making this a great one. I also want to thank my colleague musicians, press, bloggers, band, technicians, security, stylist, designers, sponsors, friends and, most importantly, the fans for the contribution towards the AWURADE KA ME HO album launch and concert. I appreciate this gesture so much and hold it dear to my heart.”

The musician, who referred to her fans as her team, could not hold back her emotions, but continued to bless them in an appreciation speech.

“God bless you all and give you a double fold of anything lost. Together we are a team!!! Love you all,” she added.

She went further to express her conflicting love to some specific individuals whom she has missed that much namely Wisdom K Koomsom, Pastor Seth Kwame Appiah, Kobby Nsiah, Diane Gnamien and apprehend them, they should watch out for the new album “STILL AWURADE KA ME HO NTI MENSURO”.

Source : bibinionline.com

A Must Read: A letter to Nana Appiah Mensah on Zylofon Cash

Dear Nana Appiah Mensah,

I trust God that you are doing well wherever you are now.

I intended sending this message to you in private but knowing how inboxes of busy millionaires like yourself are flooded with business proposals, reports and messages from people seeking financial assistance for varied reasons minute-by-minute left me with no option than to go this way.

Not to talk of the unending formalities in meeting powerful persons like you in society, this would also prevent or delay me (that’s if I’m lucky) in meeting you in person.

Kindly pardon me for any inconvenience this open letter may cause you as I am hopeful it may get to you in time and you may find some few minutes to consider the thoughts behind it.

We need no prophet or ‘mallam’ to tell us that you have a good heart and good plans for Ghana’s entertainment industry because it is so clear for everyone who cares to see. Evident in your recent investments in the industry although you have received a lot of criticism on countless occasions, some of which were fueled by the fact that your label signed only already-made acts. Artistes that have already solidified their influence on the entertainment scene. Well, you may want to build a solid foundation for the label or whatever may be your reason, I sincerely pray these denunciations do not weigh you down.

We are pleased with your efforts in reviving the entertainment industry, honestly and with your kind of money, I believe failure should not be anywhere near you. Even the Bible says money answers all things. Those who say money can’t buy life can go ahead and argue with their Bibles.

As a blogger, web developer and someone who genuinely wants you to succeed, I can confidently say Zylofon Dream/Cash as it stands now is 99% wrong. The remaining 1% is what we see now. This is not because the concept or the initiative is a bad one. No, it is not! There is no doubt that Zylofon Dream/Cash would unearth more underground acts and also enrich their pockets if it is done correctly. But as it is now, it would rather extort funds from these struggling underground talents and also waste their time as they wait to receive funds that may never be generated.

This letter does not seek to address the technical problems saddling the service because there is no one on board to decipher should I list them here.

Zylofon Cash is Ghana’s version of the most powerful video search engine – YouTube and this alone should send you a strong signal that not just anyone can run it.

If amateur bloggers are able to drive massive traffic to their websites with no financial commitments, and a whole Zylofon Cash with all the marketing channels available to it cannot receive traffic, then you should know something is definitely not going well.

I have been a critic of the product since its launch but it seems you are so determined to make it work and this is so admirable. The concept of creating a platform where musicians and other content creators can monetise their works must be applauded.

Such a great concept needs people with adequate knowledge and skills to have its objective realised. For months now, Zylofon Cash seems to be struggling at least from where I stand. With all the marketing channels (Radio, TV ) owned by Zylofon Media, one may ask why the product isn’t receiving the adequate traffic as it should.

The marketing team is doing a great job by trying to force the product on people through pool parties, musical concerts and even to the extreme of sponsoring the Ghana Premiere League. Many experts are reluctant in pointing out the problems faced by this initiative because they feel it is too expensive to give out for free especially when Nana Appiah Mensah is at the center but let me point out this major problem for free.

The question is: why the name Zylofon Cash? Having ‘Cash’ in the trademark sends a message that anyone who has something to do with the product receives cash and that isn’t the case. The CASH reminds everyone that visiting the website pays someone. This notion alone prevents people from visiting. Internet users who know that bloggers make monies from their blogs hardly visit blogs to read simple because they don’t want to make money for someone else. Keeping the name as Zylofon or something else would have been better. The CASH doesn’t make it sound like a content-sharing platform but a place where everyone goes to make cash.

I will reserve the technical aspects of the platform for now and first urge you to change the name of the product. With this name (Zylofon Cash), no amount of advertising may be able to drive traffic to the platform.

A $10million Premier League sponsorship is a great mistake. I have been wondering why the league wasn’t sponsored by MENZGOLD. If it’s possible to change the name of sponsor, I’ll urge you to do so immediately because the rewards may be more beneficial with MENZGOLD.

Zylofon Cash fits best for a Money transfer service. If it’s not possible to change the name of the headline sponsor, then Zylofon Cash becoming a Money transfer service wouldn’t be bad while a new name is considered for the content-sharing platform.

A Kotoko-Hearts match which will undoubtedly be the most expected match of the season may not even be able to send 1000 visitors to the Zylofon Cash platform but could do a Money transfer service much good with brand awareness.

With the kind of money available to promote the platform, a new name and right expertise on board would see it rub shoulders with YouTube and other video aggregation platforms out there.

Top officials managing the platform seem to have less knowledge about what it is really about. If blogs with less than $500 investment are doing so well, then it is fair to say Zylofon Cash might have just employed friends or people with mere certificates without adequate skills and knowledge. Excuse me to say the person responsible for advising the technical team is paid for nothing because he is actually not doing enough to upgrade the platform.

I know you’ve already had many suggestions but consider a name change and thank me later.

Source: Akesse Moise Sanza – Asembi.com

Twellium donates to Chief Imam in support of Ramadan.

This Ramadan, Twellium industrial company limited producers of Rush energy drink and Verna mineral water has donated some of its products to the National Chief Imam, Dr. Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, on behalf of the Muslim community.
The products, which include Rush Energy Drink, Original American cola, Verna mineral, run energy drink, Rasta Malt, Planet flavours and their new products Go On Energy drink were donated towards the celebration of Eidul Fitr (the festival of the breaking of the fast).

Presenting the items, Miss Emelia Gyasi, Assistant Marketing manager at TWI, mentioned that the company chose to present the items to the Chief Imam because he is the most influential and respected person in the Muslim community in the country and has been able to maintain peace over 20year in Ghana.

She stated that Ramadan is not only the abstinence from food but also from evil actions, thought and deeds and a month to preach peace and unity amongst each other and also used the platform to advice the youth to abstain from drug abuse. Miss Gyasi said the donation is also as a way of congratulating all Muslims for the month of Ramadan. Mr. Mustapha Anass, from Twellium, also added that the Twellium Industrial Company limited does not only support Muslim activities but also Christian Activities because it is a way to consolidate the peaceful coexistence of the two major religions in the country.

The national chief imam, Dr. Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, used the platform to pray for the entire nation especially the Muslims to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor by way of giving to the needy and the less privilege in society and wished the Muslim community happy Eid Mubark.

Receiving the items, Sheik Abubakar Marzuk, a member of the Chief Imam’s advisory board, thanked the team from Twellium Industrial Company limited for the kind gesture.
He used the opportunity to ask each individual of the country to help in his own way to improve and maintain the peace we are already enjoying during and after the Ramadan.
Peace, he explained, is a gift from God to Ghana and as such must be cherished.

Source: Twellium.com

Joselyn Dumas’ Foundation Installs CCTV Cameras For Korlebu Children’s/Pediatric Block

Joselyn Dumas and her foundation “THE JOSELYN CANFOR-DUMAS FOUNDATION” (JCD Foundation) on Friday 18th May 2018 Officially handed-over installed and fully functional CCTV Cameras to the Children’s/Pediatric Block of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. On New Year’s Day, Monday 1st January 2018, Joselyn along with the JCD Foundation and family organized a fun-filled party in collaboration with Think Mahogany Events by Debra Jane for the Children’s/Pediatric Block. The purpose of the party was to bring the cheers of the festive celebrations to the hospitalized children and their families whom spent the day with them as well as commence the New Year with them with optimism.

Before her departure, Actress, Tv and Radio Host Joselyn Dumas in a conversation asked the nurses on duty what specific needs they had which she could help with in aid of improving their working environment and care service provision for the children and their families in the block. The Head of Nurses, Madam Agnes expressed a great concern for the general protection of the unit, suggesting the need of a better security system for the protection of all persons on the wards as there have been numerous reports on theft crime and she felt this could be reduced significantly if not completely if CCTV Cameras were installed.

The JCD Foundation has successfully installed Security CCTV Cameras and Servers at specific vantage points in and out of the block, protecting their safety. Professor Lorna Reney, officially received the Joselyn Canfor-Dumas Foundation’s donation on behalf of hospital management on Friday 18th May 2018 and expressed how invaluable their contribution is to the hospital as it will deter baby/child theft and nurse and baby/child-mother’s malpractices in the block as well as tighten their security, contributing to an improved service provision.

Joselyn, who has undertaken the cost of many surgeries for children expressed her love for children and vowed to do everything possible to ease the discomfort of children on the block as well as those underprivileged around the country. Joselyn has encouraged everyone to get involved no matter how small, just as the President, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo said “we shouldn’t be spectators but citizens”. Therefore, she believes it takes a collective effort from all of us to support the less privileged in our society especially children. The Actress therefore appealed to the public and all Ghanaians to help in every little way possible.

The Joselyn Canfor-Dumas Foundation, among many other charities continues to finance the education of smart but underprivileged children around the country. They also spearheaded the widely known #Xcholera, an effective campaign organized to eradicate Cholera in Ghana a few years ago.

Source: Entamoty.com