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Covid-19 Scare: Movie star Yvonne Nelson turns preacher

Ghanaian actress and film producer, Yvonne Nelson has turned into a preacher sharing the gospel in wake of coronavirus pandemic. She took to Twitter to express her opinion on how the coronavirus scare is making life uncomfortable for the citizens. According to her, the Covid-19 pandemic is God’s way of reminding believers and non-believers that he owns the world. “I’m convinced! God ...

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Obour’s father dies from coronavirus

Father of the former President of the Musician Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), Bice Osei Kuffour, known in showbiz circles as Obour, has died in Accra. In a statement released, Obour stated that his father, Nana Osei Boansi Kuffuor passed on at the ridge hospital on Friday, March 27 after doctors said “he is likely to be a confirmed Covid-19”. Below is Obour’s full ...

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Afro-jazz great Manu Dibango dies after contracting coronavirus

Veteran Afro-jazz star Manu Dibango died on Tuesday after contracting the coronavirus, his music publisher told AFP. The 86-year-old Cameroonian, best known for the 1972 hit “Soul Makossa”, is one of the first worldwide stars to die as a result of COVID-19. “He died early this morning in a hospital in the Paris region,” his music publisher Thierry Durepaire said. Dibango ...

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COVID-19: Beaches closed down; Police begin patrols Tuesday

The Ghana Tourism Authority(GTA)has closed down all beaches until further notice. A Press Statement by the GTA warned that the National Security and the Police will begin patrols of the beaches from Tuesday March, 24, 2020 to ensure compliance of the closure order. “The general public and tourist business operators are urged to be mindful of the precautionary measures announced ...

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VGMA and 3MUSIC Awards likely to be postponed- Kwame Dadzie due to COVID-19 – Kwame Dadzie

Entertainment journalist, Kwame Dadzie has indicated that due to the recorded and confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the country, it is possible organizers of the two main prestigious music awards will reschedule the events. Following the directive of the President of the Republic of Ghana banning all public gatherings including entertainment events, conferences, workshops, funerals, political rallies, sporting events ...

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COVID-19: 2020 Tourism Awards, Kwahu Paragliding Festival called off

Following the directives of the President of the Republic of Ghana banning all public gatherings, the Ghana Tourism Authority has informed the general public that the annual Kwahu Paragliding Festival 2020 has been called off with immediate effect. In a press statement issued by the Ghana Tourism Authority, the institution has directed all individuals and groups who have registered and paid to participate in ...

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VGMA 2020 nominees unveiled

Charter House who are organizers of the annual Ghana Music Awards have released nominations for its 21st edition. The list excludes Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy who were banned indefinitely for bringing the awards scheme into disrepute following a brawl on stage which saw the latter pull out a gun. The Ghana Music Awards is an award scheme designed to recognize, celebrate the hard work and dedication of various stakeholders and players in the entertainment ...

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2020 Polls: We’ll teach NPP a lesson for abandoning us – Wisa

Hiplife artiste Wisa Greid feels disappointed in the ruling New Patriotic Party for their inability to change Ghana’s economy. The ‘Ekiki Me’ hit singer who claims to be a staunch supporter of NPP since his childhood because of his father furiously hit hard at the ruling government for failing to honour its promises. In a Facebook post, the former Black Avenue Record signee indicated ...

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Don Moen cuts sod for construction of $90k school project in Ghana

American singer of Christian worship music, Don Moen cut sod for the construction 8 rooms school building for Royal Seed Home at Ofaakor near Kasoa. The renowned producer cum songwriter and his friends from the United States [Worship In Action] have extended their philanthropic works to Ghana by building a new school for the orphanage. The school building will cost $90,000 to ...

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