Showing posts from June 7, 2018


Rev. Obofour Throw Heavy Warning to Hon. Kennedy Agyapong

I am not Afraid of Anybody
The Leader & Founder of Anointed Palace Chapel, Rev. Obofour, has thrown alertness to the wind, warning he will physically and spiritually deal with MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong and his TV station.

Although he specifically didn’t cite anybody’s name, many people believe his statement was directed at the Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong.

Mr. Agyapong, who has sworn to expose fake Ghanaian men of God, has not relented on his efforts for some months now. He uses The Seat on his Net2 TV station as a platform to pursue that agenda.

Last week, he caused the arrest of the Bishop Daniel Obinim, head pastor of the International God’s Way Church,

He was arrested on Tuesday, May 19 over the offence of publication of false news and forging of documents contrary to Sections 208 and 159 of the Criminal and other Offences Act, 1960 (Act 29) respectively.

In some episodes of The Seat, two men who appeared on the show to confess how they …

Dr. Kwame Nkrumah Shouldn’t Have Fight For Ghana’s Independence – Shatta Wale Explains Why (+ Video)

Dr. Kwame Nkrumah Shouldn’t Have Fight For Ghana’s Independence – Shatta Wale Explains Why (+ Video)

“…The black man is capable of managing his own affairs”, are the very words Dr. Kwame Nkrumah as part of his Independence Declaration on the eve of 6th March, 1957 at the Old Polo Grounds.
But years after his death, questions have emanated as to whether Ghana (Blackman’s country) is capable of managing its own affair. Unfortunately the answer is NO per the happening in our political, social, economic and cultural front. Well, Dancehall artiste Shatta has in a way voiced that Ghana’s independence fought by the late Dr. Kwame Nkrumah was needles citing Nelson Mandela’s South Africa as an example.
According to Shatta Wale, the long stay of the British in South Africa contributed to their enviable development comparably to Ghana who protested against colonial rule. In a Facebook live, the ‘Gringo’ hitmaker posited that; “See black man. Black man no dey fit keep e own things well. You go whi…

Ghana Prophet seen using Snake in church for miracle

Ghana Prophet seen using Snake in church for miracle.
 prophet by name Lesego Daniel has been seen using a snake to perform a miracle in his church. Prophet Lesego who is the head pastor for Rabboni ministries in South Africa first became popular after ordering his church members to eat green grass to ‘be closer to God’ is now seen performing miracles with a snake This is definitely not what you might come across every day as some Africans criticize his way of worship calling him an ‘end time’ prophet. Well take a look at the photos below and tell me if he looks like one to you.

Iceland v Ghana: Twitter Storm Asamoah Gyan As he asks for Black Stars support.

Iceland v Ghana: Twitter Storm Asamoah Gyan As  he asks for Black Stars support.



There is a growing trend of Tramadol abuse among Ghanaian youth in some parts of the country. We reported of a young Ghanaian lady popularly known as Candy Barbie dying after what is believed to be the over the abuse of tramadol. While many have blamed her for causing her own unfortunate death, some have said, she could not be blamed entirely because she was coming from a broken home and had no one to guide her path. A new video of her dozing off in a club has been shared on Social media and it’s hard to understand why, the youth of today would want to put themselves in such embarrassing situations.

The Insults After My CNN Interview Was A Blessing, Ghanaians Made Me Popular’ – Moesha Thanks Ghanaians

The Insults After My CNN Interview Was A Blessing, Ghanaians Made Me Popular’ – Moesha Thanks Ghanaians
Moesha Boduong has thanked Ghanaians for making her more popular through the constant bashing she received after her CNN interview with Christiane Amanpour. According to Moesha, the attacks were even a blessing for her. Moesha was trending for a long time earlier this year after snippets of her CNN interview with Amanpour were released, in which she said that women in Ghana cannot take care of themselves and have to depend on men who they are having s£x with to take care of them. The backlash was massive but she says it was all a blessing. “THE WHOLE CNN THING WAS A BLESSING. ESPECIALLY WITH GHANAIANS LAMBASTING ME, IT WENT EVERYWHERE SO YES IT HAS BEEN A BLESSING. BECAUSE OF THAT, CNN HAD TO COME TO MY AID. I DIDN’T EVEN HAVE THEIR CONTACT BUT AFTER THE WHOLE THING THAT WENT VIRAL, THEY CALLED ME BACK AND WE HAVE A VERY GOOD RELATIONSHIP NOW,” she said.