‘If God gives you a chance to do something, do it well’ – Amakye Dede


Ghanaian Highlife Legend, Amakye Dede has revealed what it takes for one to be called a legend.

The ‘To be a man’ hit-maker says as long as one makes very good use of the talent given and has lived up to expectations, he deserves to be honoured as such.

He made these comments during an interview with Becky in an exclusive interview on E Vibes.

“If God gives you a chance to do something, you have to do it well so that people will appreciate it and they will give you the name Legend,” he told JoyNews.

Amakye Dede began his career in 1973 when he joined the Kumapim Royals as a composer and vocalist.

This band, led by Akwasi Ampofo Agyei (AAA), had hits such as “Abebi Bewua Eso”, “Wanware Me A”, “Odo Mani Agyina”, and the seminal “Ohohoo Batani”.

Dede moved to Nigeria where he had his hit “Jealousy go shame”.

E-Vibes is a weekly programme that delves into the background of the country’s celebrated personalities who are doing tremendous work in their chosen field of work cutting across sectors.

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Kumasi Manhyia Palace: SOD Cutting For The Construction Of Ultra Modern Kumasi International Convention Center (KICC)


A colorful sod-cutting ceremony has been held to commence work on the construction of an ultramodern International Convention Center in the Ashanti Regional capital, Kumasi Adum, Opposite Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly.


The project encompasses exhibition halls, events centers, deluxe shops, office complex, luxury hotels, hi-tech gym, theme park, designer eatery, mini zoo, cosmetic clinic, automated car park, and executive business suites, is a public-private partnership project with the Manhyia Palace.

  • “Walatu Walasa” a popular Ghanaian quote that roughly means “ALL DEPENDS ON YOU” is curled from doing everything by yourself. The image depicts a man digging a hole usually used as sock away, borehole for water or holes to dump refuse in them. In digging holes like this alone, usually, there will be someone to…

Otumfuo Akwamuhene, Acheamfour Nana Boakye Agyemang Bonsu II, who represented His Royal Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, indicated Manhyia’s commitment towards ensuring holistic development in Kumasi and across the Ashanti kingdom.

Speaking in an interview with PAG TV news, Chief Executive Officer for CAITEC Group, Mr. Tang Hong, reiterated his company’s readiness to move to the site, as the entire project is expected to complete within a period of 5 years.



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“I Report My Husband To God When I See I’m Not So Much In Love With Him” – Nigerian Actress Omotola Reveals


Celebrated Nigerian actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde has opened up on how she has lived with her husband as a married couple for 25 years now.

Omotola Jalade appeared on Chude’s show and shared her marital journey with Captain Matthew Ekeinde who she married in 1996 are blessed with four children and according to her, what has kept them moving is the respect they have for each other.

The beautiful philanthropist and Nollywood star said she and her hubby both chose to be with each other and not because they had to be with each other and any time she feels she is not so much in love with her husband, she reports him to God.

She said;

“You have a journey, I chose to make that journey with you. With or without you, I will make my journey. With or without me, he will make his journey.

“So we both understand that I’m with you is not because I have to be with you. I’m with you because I choose to be with you. He’s with me because he chooses to be with me. So we respect each other’s choices, each other’s space, and each other’s wholesomeness.

“He knows that I’m not with him because I love him all the time. I’m with him because God has given me a mandate to be by his side and vice versa so the time when I see him and I’m not so much in love with him, I report him to God. I’m like “Hey, what’s up now? Are you gonna make it come around?’” she added



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Archbishop Duncan-Williams Sermon turns me on – Prophet Nigel Gaisie


The founder of the Prophetic Hill Chapel  Prophet Nigel  Gaisie has revealed that the Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams turns him on with his sermon and his radicality.

Answering the question of who he will choose between the archbishop, Bishop Agyinasare, and Dr. Mensa Otabil during an interview hosted by Nana Aba Anamoah on Starr FM, the controversial preacher said he will choose Archbishop Duncan-Williams the man who is recognized as the godfather and founder of the Charismatic Movement he is just like him.

According to the Prophet Nigel Gaisie who left the Action Chapel International to start his own church, in as much he loves the three men of God who he describes as his father, the archbishop’s radicality drives and turns him on.

” It’s Archbishop Duncan-Williams. Because he is radical and I am radical. His sermon turns me on, drives me on more than all the others”, he said

He added that he has a very good relationship with them and describes them as fathers and generals of faith and learns from them all.

” But again, may I say that all these people, Bishop Agyinasare, Dr. Mensa Otabil, they are fathers of faith, they are generals and we admire them. We learn from them and they’ve done very well but to choose the three of them, Papa Archbishop Duncan-Williams stands tall for me. I pray for him. I love him and I pray for all of them and we thank them for allowing themselves to be a voice-over in our lives and a voice in our time.”

On his personal relationship with them, Prophet Nigel Gaisie who  shot to television and radio fame with his prophecy of the late musician Ebony  said;

” I have a direct relationship with one of them but maybe he might not be okay if I put it out. There are some that I personally even prophesy to them. Pray for them. Yeah one of them.” He added.



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God’s wrath will visit Achimota school for denying students with dreadlocks admission – Ras Kuuku


Musician, Ras Kuuku has threatened the management of Achimota School with curses for refusing two students with dreadlocks admission into the school.

The Rastafarian Musician students were told to go and cut down their hair before being allowed the opportunity to study in the school; a directive that has since generated a national debate.

While the Old Students of the Achimota School and the PTA are backing their headmistress for issuing that directive, the Ghana Education Service (GES) which initially backed the students have withdrawn their support.

Commenting on the issue on Angel Midday News, Ras Kuuku said he is shocked the authorities at Achimota School will do such a thing.

He argued that dreadlocks were not alien to the African Tradition and hence it would be prudent for the management of Achimota School to grant the students admission.

To him, this is the ‘highest form of discrimination in Ghana now’ which will attract God’s wrath on the Achimota School.

“This is the highest form of discrimination in recent times and I am shocked it is happening. God’s wrath will visit Achimota School if they fail to allow the students into the school…,” he said.
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Our God-given talents can be likened to a potter’s beautiful flower vase – Jayana

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Ghanaian contemporary gospel musician, Jemima Annor Yeboah, better known by her stage name Jayana has expressed worry over how some churches and other event organizers fail to pay Gospel artistes for ministering at their events.

Airing her concern, the beautiful gospel act noted that it is about time gospel artistes are valued and appreciated for blessing the Christendom with their God-given talents.

Admitting that gospel artistes use their artistic gifts to glorify God and also earn a good living. She made referenced to the popular parable of the talent in the Bible as captured in Matthew 25:18, “But the man who had received one bag went off, dug a hole in the ground and hid his master’s money.”

Many have shared their concerns on why they think Gospel musicians should not charge for their performances at churches.

But speaking on ATV’s Anopa Bosuo with host Gifty Adorye popularly known as ‘Empress Gifty’, Jayana said “God wants us to use our talents and be efficient with our time to benefit the society as a whole.”

She pleaded with corporate bodies and churches to understand the business side of ministry because that is the way they are able to fund their projects.

Jayana further explained that God is the only one who is the ultimate Creator because He created humans to reflect his glory. She indicated that it one of those ways as a minister of God one can reflect God’s glory through the various giftings that God bestows on humans.

“Jesus has given us all different gifts, that are all meant to reflect, or show off, different parts of his character to the world, so that he may be glorified. 

“If we were all talented in the same way, the expanse of what could be expressed about God would be limited. Just as the body is not complete without all of its members, so Christ’s church is not complete without the individual giftings of each member.” Jayana explained

The ‘Victory’ hit singer likened the gift of God to a potter making a beautiful flower vase with clay.

Jayana said clay is being trampled over making it lose it value but once the potter searches for it and turn it into a beautiful vase, it is well appreciated by passers-by when it is displayed on the flower stand.

She recently released her new single titled ‘AWURADE’. Produced by Cyclone Production, Jayana acknowledges God in the new song, looking back and analysing the difficult moment in her life when her musical journey began.


Jayana is noted for her soul-touching ministrations making an immense impact on followers of gospel music, Jayana is a Ghanaian contemporary gospel singer and an entrepreneur.



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My body is nobody’s business; mind your business! – Empress Gifty replies critics


Gospel songstress, Gifty Adorye, popularly called empress Gifty, has given what she believes is the appropriate reply to critics and curious fans who want to know the ingredients that have gone into her current body transformation.

Gifty Adorye (Mrs) has become a topical issue on social media after videos of her big buttocks popped up.

The singer went viral with her fans and entertainment fanatics claiming she has undergone buttocks enlargement as they become utterly stunned about the sudden enhancement of Gifty Adorye’s body.

On Saturday, the gospel singer pulled a surprise on the panel of Peace FM’s ”Entertainment Review” and of course, she didn’t leave the studio without becoming the cynosure of all eyes.

The question of whether her body is artificially or naturally made was written all over the faces of the studio audience.

Responding to the curious minds, Gifty Adorye says it’s none of anybody’s business to know what she has done to her body to acquire such a curvaceous shape.

”I am married to an elderly person, so I do what elderly’s wives do. I owe nobody an explanation. I do what will make me look beautiful”, she told the panel.

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I sold kenkey to cater for myself – SP Kofi Sarpong


The senior police officer and popular gospel music singer, SP Kofi Sarpong has revealed that life was extremely difficult for him during his childhood days and that he had to sell kenkey to cater for himself and also support his education.

Many Ghanaians think every successful person in the country had it easy growing up but the senior police officer has said that it is not entirely factual as they perceive because the rise of these great personalities including himself to greatness were extremely muddy and rough.

Speaking in an interview with Roman Fada on Atinka FM last Sunday, he said that he had to sell kenkey to take care of himself from primary school to senior secondary level.

According to him, he was from a very poor home and was raised by a single mother and later went to live with his grandmother. William Kofi Sarpong, a native of Berekum in the Bono Region is now one of the most prominent police officers in the country. He is very active and popular in the Ghanaian music industry. He is happily married and a father of two boys and a girl.

With determination, hard work, and prayer, he has gone through the ranks and has been promoted to Chief Superintendent of Police which is one of the topmost positions in the Police Administration. He has therefore urged the youth not to be discouraged by their current situations but rather be more determined, dedicated, work extra harder, and believe in the almighty, things will completely turn around.

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I featured ”Dark Suburb” because they wanted a feature with a Gospel Artiste


Contemporary Gospel artiste, KobbySalm, has hit hard at critics who have publicly condemned his collaboration with Ghanaian rock band Dark Suburb on the song ‘Shine Again.’

The Jejeli’ hitmaker who was on a Radio Tour in Kumasi speaking in an interview on Ultimate Fm with DJ Kastro on what motivated the feature, noted he’s always loved the band from afar and wanted to explore the rock genre in the Ghanaian gospel space.


‘These people have wanted to do Gospel music all their lives. They wanted to get a feature with a Gospel artiste and they were not getting it. I actually have been watching them from afar. Any time I see anything people perceive as ‘devilish,’ I try to reshape people’s mentality with the Gospel attached to it.

I love them from afar and the kind of Alternative Music they were doing and I felt Rock is not something we normally don’t do in Ghana Gospel so it will be a good path to venture into. I reached out to them and Shine was so excited and he said they’ve always wanted to record a Gospel song,’ KobbySalm explained.

Born Samuel Kwabena Adjei, was born on May 14th in Accra (Ghana) and studied Communications in the African University College of Communications. As a Christian rap artist, KobbySalm usually loves to explore genres with his rap although his interest mainly is Soul Hip-hop.


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Gays are ungodly people with weak minds and I hate them with passion – Great Ampong


Musician Great Ampong has indicated that he has deep seated hatred for homosexuals.

The conversation on homosexuality has become very topical in recent times especially in Ghana when the LGBTQI community secured an office to address issues bothering the safety of people who indulge in the act.

The office has since been closed and the President of Ghana has given the strongest indication that he does not intend to legalize the act.

Speaking on the raging conversation, Great Ampong indicated that homosexuality is one of the gravest sins man can commit against God.

He indicates that the bible is gravely against the act and especially people who provide support for them when they do not engage in the act.

“They are not strong. Everyone who I’ve seen to be gay is not strong physically, they are just weak people with weak minds. They don’t have anything, people claim that they are powerful, they are not. We have produced song against them if they are powerful they should come after us.

” We hate them we are against them. I’m told they said we should not hate them but for me, I hate them will all that is within me. Anything God hates, I also hate it,” he told Kingdom Plus FM’s Fiifi Pratt in an interview restreamed by

He said people who are ready to stop can be helped through prayers and counseling indicating that homosexuality is influenced by evil spirits.


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