Exclusive!!! Experience This Year’s “Entrepreneurship Hub Africa” this September. Save The Date!!

Entrepreneurship Hub Africa is an entrepreneurial enclave with the vision to reach millions of entrepreneurs across the continent and diaspora to meet together at one setting to network,share ideas and solve issues plaguing our continent.

EHA converges change leaders across the globe in various fields on one platform to have discussions on Africa’s growth.

EHA is the flagship event of City Broadcast GH and curated by Moses B. Arthur. Our goal is to bring together bright minds to give talks that are idea- focused and on a wide range of subjects,to Foster learning, inspiration and wonder – and provoke conversations that matter.
Through inspiring keynotes and educational breakouts, plus tons of networking, you will learn to be even more audacious and bold than you are now – free to grow your mind, grow your business, and grow your bottom-line.

EHA 2018 would feature industry disrupter’s,seasoned entrepreneurs, and the best and the brightest business talent. It features world-class content, from back- of- the- napkin ideas to champagne- popping exits, across a day of keynotes, interactive how- to sessions, thought provoking moments. We are igniting an African entrepreneurial community of doers and thinkers.

Guys….You don’t wanna Miss this…Go get your tickets and thank Me Later..
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#TheGatheringOfAfricanGiants

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LAUNCH OF ATOMIC HILLS PRESBY YPG’S HOMECOMING CELEBRATIONS.

Come 29th of July, 2018 at 8AM, the Atomic Hills Presby Church, Young People’s Guild together with her Past, Present and Future members will sound the trumpet for the long awaited “events” of the second edition of her HOMECOMING CELEBRATIONS. To begin…

This year’s celebrations is said to have a wonderful,exciting and informative lineup of activities, however this article will address that of the 29th which is the LAUNCH, TALENT FAIR & SYMPOSIUM DAY…

On reaching the premises of the Atomic Hills Presby Church, you will be *greeted and welcomed* by wonderful beautiful ladies or handsome gentlemen with Plaque Cards. Moving to the Entrance of the Auditorium, you will be met by another set of ladies and gentlemen with an infectious smile who will offer you a comfortable place to sit…
USHERS will be in the very colourful Homecoming branded Tshirt

It will be very difficult to walk in the premises of the church & into the auditorium without noticing a banner or flag of this year’s Homecoming. The M.O.G Rev. Samuel Ofori will help us launch it by prayer and will encourage all past present and future members of the guild to participate in the activity.
By 9am the TALENT FAIR VILLAGE will be ready to exhibit the treasures in our guilders… from food to clothing and artifacts.
These items may not be for sale but those who made them can be contacted for further assistance if anyone is in need of their services.
The Village will be open from 9am to pm.. However, it will be reopened at 6:30pm during the Guild Homecoming Symposium
At 6:30pm the guild will formally sit.

There will be Choreography from guilders, poetry, then 10mins Exhortation from one of our fathers Evangelist S.A Asare on the theme; IT’S GOOD WE ARE HERE.
Soon after this Exhortation we shall have Discussions with some *Past* and *Present* members of the guild. Among them will be the Minister In Charge of the church and others… They shall look at the IMPART OF THE CHURCH ON THE YOUTH AND THE IMPACT OF THE YOUTH ON THE CHURCH..

We believe a clear head way will be given after this discussions in order to help the church and guild in its policy directions.

Of course we can’t end until we take certain fond memories and the impact the guild has created in the hearts of the past and present members.
We shall officially launch the Signage project…

We shall then take announcements and bring the 29th Session to an end.
Participants will be led to look at some of the talents exhibited as well before leaving the premises.

Exclusive!! GH Favorite Twins Facebook Live Show Set To Be Hosted By Rubie And Rudie

Most Interviews are picking up the new trend and many of such have been recorded which is mostly held on social media unlike the usual traditional trend which is on TV.
GH favorite Twins Reality show is a new show outside the usual Experienced ones on the move..The show will be aired live on the world’s most patronized Social Media Platform Facebook. This upcoming Interview on Facebook live tends to tackle issues in relationship, talks on greatness, Life, Carrier opportunities and many more focuses about all issues most appropriate to be talked about.

A gist from the name of the show, it will be hosted by one of the most trending twin sisters the Nation has got currently who goes by the name Rubbie and Rudie Sedinam and Sefakor respectively , meanwhile the show will be live @Sedinam Rubie on Facebook.
Last to calm the cherished fans down, the show is scheduled to be aired live on Fridays exactly at 3pm .
Cherished Followers are assured to keep fingers crossed as the date set for the maiden premieres will be out in a bit.
#GH Favorite Twins
#A Facebook Live Show
#Sedinam Rubie
#Sefakor Rudie

Source: UrsTruly Praiz

I Find difficulty in understanding Anas’ mode of operation- Rev. Badu Kobi Says.

Rev. Emmanuel Badu Kobi, Head Pastor and Founder of Glorious Wave Church International has weighed in on the ‘appropriateness’ of Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ modus operandi during his investigative pieces.

In an interview on Kofi TV, Prophet Kobi expressed difficulty in understanding Anas’ mode of operation and related his incomprehension to the fact that he had little knowledge about the ‘faceless’ journalists’ work.

Rev Kobi in a calming voice wondered why the investigative journalist would go to the extent of influencing them with items or cash he sometimes presents as gifts only to turnaround calling them bribes.

“If I am being honest, I would say he is the only one who understands his work and what it entails because I do not understand it.

I don’t understand him. The reason is this, I am by myself somewhere, and then you come and influence me and then hand something over to me. If I take it, I don’t think it is wrong. You say someone wants to hand you a gift, what is wrong if I take it. It is supposed to be a gift. For someone to come and influence me and hand something over to me, I would say I don’t understand it. Some call it entrapment,” he said.

His line of reasoning concerning the subject seems to be agreed by many who have doubted the authenticity of Anas’ research.

One of such is Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong who recently launched a full blown attack on Anas, has in not more than one occasion expressed his dislike for the ‘faceless’ journalist, mainly because he believes Anas’ modus operandi is questionable and in most cases illegal.

Mr. Agyapong has accused Anas of being corrupt, a thief amongst several other demeaning allegations and recently released a video (WHO WATCHES THE WATCHMAN) that saw someone he presents as Anas’ negotiating payment terms with some of his ‘victims’.

Rev Badu Kobi however mentioned that although he did not understand Anas’work, the fact that bodies such as the Ghana Journalist Association (GJA) have not reproached him for methods used in any of his investigative pieces proves that there are laws governing his work and he (Anas) knows what he is about.

“With Anas’ job, he knows the laws governing it and so if I comment on it, I may be wrong. He knows his job and what he does. I never hear the GJA talking against him, they seem to support him which makes me believe there are some rules regarding the work he does,” he said.

Prophet Badu Kobi of Glorious Wave International further advised that in order not to make quick judgments and wrongly address the situation, “so long as you don’t understand someone’s job, don’t talk.”

Anas’ latest exposé dubbed “Number 12” which captures many referees and key officials within the association in compromising positions has caused a shakeup in the country’s football.

Mr Nyantakyi was recorded taking a cash gift of $65,000 and negotiating a sponsorship deal with potential investors who turned out to be investigators.

Many were especially disappointed in Mr Nyantakyi who has not more than once successfully debunked rumours about him being corrupt in the past.

Meanwhile, Mr Nyatakyi has since resigned from his post while the police investigate the matter.

Source: Ghanaweb

Video- Woman Exchanges Baby For Fufu At Nkrumah Circle

The story of mothers losing their newborns often is reported in hospitals where the birth took place. Rarely do you hear cases like that of Madam Yaa who ‘accidentally’ gave her 2-month-old baby to a total stranger, in a bid to get some food to eat.

Madam Yaa was in the company of her friend also called Yaa, when they both came to Circle Sunday afternoon to take some money from her brother.

Narrating her ordeal on Kofi TV, the distraught mother amid bitter tears said, “I can’t take this, my child is missing. I was on my way to visit my in-law at Ashaiman but I didn’t have money on me so I called my brother who is at Circle to tell him I’ll come over for money for my upkeep and he said I should.

I was with a friend who had also delivered twins. When we got here we alighted at a filling station at Circle around Vodafone and then I called my brother and asked where he was and he said he was on his way. We kept calling him and he kept saying he was on his way.”

“A lady was passing by and was laughing and I told my friend the lady was laughing at us because of her twins. The lady passed by and came back to us, she did not say anything to anybody and carried one of the twins. My friend then said she was hungry and the lady said she had a chop bar in mind and so she took us there to go and have something to eat and directed my brother who was still on his way to the place,” she lamented.

Yaa who could not stop her tears recounted, “She asked us what food we were going to eat and we mentioned fufu, then she said we should go inside and order for the food because the fan there was not good for the baby so that when I am done eating, she will give me back the baby. I did not think ill of her at that time to suspect foul play because she had already taken my friend’s baby and had given the baby back to my friend and so I thought she will give me mine too”.

When we were about to eat she told us she was going to buy credit, and I asked her where she was taking my child. Then she said, I am not a bad person, I am only buying credit by the roadside, I will be back. So I went outside and watched her buy the credit and saw her coming back to where we were, so I went back inside. After an hour, the lady was not coming back. So I told my friend I was going for my child. I went outside and the lady was nowhere to be found. I did not see where she passed.”

The incident which has since been reported to the Police is under investigation.

The heartbroken mother appealed to all and sundry to help her find her daughter as her husband has threatened to kill her if she does not return with their baby.

“Please help me find my daughter, please help me. My baby is a plumpy 2-month-old baby girl. I don’t know the lady, I thought she was just being a kind person since she looked like she just closed from church. My husband has threatened to kill me if I don’t return with his baby,” she cried out.

The distraught mother noted that her mother tried to stop her from embarking on the journey but she didn’t listen.

“I have been crying all through the night, Please help me find my baby, please help,” she pleaded.

Watch the Video Below:

Source: GhanaWeb

I’m sorry – Moesha Boduong apologises to Ghanaians after CNN backlash

Actress and model Moesha Boduong has apologised to Ghanaians, particularly women, for offending their sensibilities following her interview with CNN.
According to her, it was not her intention to offend anyone with her generalisation of Ghanaian women in her interview with the international news outfit.
Social media was set ablaze following the actress’ comments in the interview. It generated a huge controversy on social media.
She told CNN that her motivation, just like other women in Ghana, for dating married men, is because the economy is tough.


According to her, “In Ghana, our economy is such a way that you need someone to take care of you. You can’t make enough money as a woman here. Because even when you want to get an apartment, in Ghana they take two years’ advance and I just started working where will I get money to pay?”
Stunned by Moesha’s revelation, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour asked her “are you basically telling me that you are having sex with this guy to pay your rent?”
Moesha responds, “Because he can afford to take care of you. He takes care of me, my financials, my apartment, my car, my rent everything.”


Ghanaians and well-known personalities including actor John Dumelo, musician Eazzy, DKB, Lydia Forson and model Afia Odo shared varied views on the actress’ comments.

In a post on Instagram, the actress said, “Dear gh this is Moesha. I have been humbled by all that is going on and I have also learnt a lot in the last few days since the CNN video came out. I have had a lot of time to think and reflect and I APOLOGIZE TO ALL, ESPECIALLY MY AFRICAN SISTERS. I pray u all find it in your hearts to forgive me. It was definitely not my intention to offend any of you.”
“I respect all the hard working women of our beloved country and accept that some of my utterances were not a reflection of what happens in most homes. GOD works in mysterious ways and everything happens because he says so🙏🏿 Thanks for the love, pieces of advice and criticisms. GOD bless us all! The full version of the interview drops this weekend and I hope you can appreciate what I said in its entirety. Thank you. God bless you all!” she added.

Baby Dies As Doctor Cuts Oxygen Supply Over Nonpayment Of GHC533 Bill

A nine-week-old baby boy has died at the St Gregory Hospital at Kasoa in the Central Region because his parents could not afford the cost of aiding his breathing with an oxygen machine.

Little Prosper’s parents tell Joy News a medical doctor on duty pulled the plug from the oxygen machine because they could not pay GHS533 to keep their son alive.

Hospital authorities are tight-lipped on the issue explaining they are investigating the circumstances that led to the death of the baby.

Prosper was born on January 19, 2018, fell sick and was taken to the hospital on March 5 and died three weeks later.

The baby’s mother, Sefakor, told Joy News Joojo Cobbinah, that a few weeks after the baby was born she realized he not breathing well.

According to Sefakor, after preliminary tests, the St Gregory Hospital admitted them with the intention of transferring the case to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital subsequently.

The baby was given blood and kept on the oxygen machine because he could not breathe well.

However, when it became clear the family could not pay for the cost of treatment before the intended transfer to Korle Bu, the doctor decided to take a drastic decision.

“That Saturday, the Doctor came, he ask me that I hear from my husband [about the bills] I say I didn’t hear. Then he removed the oxygen…it is too late,” Sefakor managed in the little English she could speak.

The baby’s father, Kennedy Kwao, said he chose the name ‘Prosper’ because he was hopeful that the boy will grow up to become a prosperous man. That hope, however, has been curtailed.

SOURCE: Myjoyonline.com