‘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.

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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’ Son Leads Powerful Worship In His Father’s Church – Video


The son of Archbishop Duncan Williams might have turned away from his promiscuous lifestyle and given his life to Christ once and for all.

Daniel Duncan Williams has been, for the past few times, the black sheep in his somewhat perfect family. He has been caught on tape doing some unthinkable things that do not sit well with the doctrines of his faith, Christianity.

For the first time in a while, the young man is in the news for a good reason. Daniel was captured in a viral video ministering a powerful worship song to congregants at his father’s church.

It might have been during will as Daniel was seen well dressed in a white ensemble and singing his heart out in a worship song.

Got to minister today on the day our Lord rose.. what an honor. Yes! “There was Jesus”, he wrote as he shared his ministration on social media.

The comment section was filled with positive remarks as many begged him to stay in the church and not surprise them with another hot bedroom video.

Watch him sing below.

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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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Nathaniel Bassey Releases Much Anticipated “Hallelujah Again” Album – Available Now


Hallelujah Again,” the much anticipated new album from Nathaniel Bassey is out and available today to download/stream on all major digital outlets. The new compilation marks the seventh studio project from the renowned worship leader and it follows his acclaimed 2019 album, “The King is Coming”.

“Hallelujah Again is based on Revelation 19:3 which speaks about the victory over another great wall, a celebration of victory in heaven,” says Nathaniel Bassey. “The good news for you is that regardless of what you’re going through it’s going to end in praise, you will shout hallelujah again.”

The all-new 14-track set “Hallelujah Again” boasts several outstanding collaborations, including Dove Award-winning worship leader Sinach on “Yahweh Yahweh”; Afrocentric pop-worship artist Ada Ehi on “So Good”; Victoria Orenze on “Righteous One”. It also features previously released singles; “Olorun Agbaye” featuring American worship artist Chandler Moore of Maverick City Music and Nigeria’s Oba, “Call On Me” and  “I Love You / Ama Medley“.

Nathaniel Bassey has described songs on the new album as Gratitude. High Praise. Celebration. Adoration. Intimacy. Intercession. Meditation. Edification and Victory.

Stream Hallelujah Challenge Praise Medley below;

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Kobby Mantey collaborates with Joe Mettle on “Thank You”


Ghanaian gospel music gem, Kobby Mantey has collaborated with worship dynamo, Joe Mettle on his new single christened “Thank You”.

The song produced by award-winning

Sound Engineer and Music Producer, Kaywa with a video shot and directed by Elorm of EMC Studios.

The song released today is currently available on all digital music stores around the world.

Talking about the message in the song, Kobby Mantey said, it is to express his gratitude for God’s grace, mercy, love, and goodness.

“I wrote it out of excitement when my second son was born,” he added.

According to him, he will be releasing two Extended Plays (EPs) before the year ends.

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Daughters And MOGmusic Collaborates On A Remixed Version Of “Odo Ben Ni”


There could not have been a better time to talk about the love of Christ than now as we celebrate a love made manifest on the cross of Calvary more than two thousand years ago.

In view of this, the legendary gospel trio Daughters of Glorious Jesus reminds us of that love in a remixed version of “Odo ben ni” which features MOGmusic.

The smashing gospel song back in the days translated as “What manner of love” came back to life with a contemporary re-arrangement produced by Kaywa.

Over the past few years, the legendary trio has featured Nii Okai, KODA, Martin Hayford, KODA, and few others in their entire 32-year music career, something the gospel music fans want to see more and more. This remixed version featuring the ‘Be Lifted’ crooner is a step in the right direction as Daughters seek to ‘comtemporarized’ their music productions.


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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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Sinach Out With “We Prevail” Featuring Maranda Curtis


As award-winning gospel singer Sinach gears up for the release of her latest album “Greatest Lord” in April, we have the opportunity to be blessed by the third single off the album titled “We Prevail” featuring American singer Maranda Curtis.

“I had the joy of featuring my friend and sister, the amazing Maranda Curtis on my album; Greatest Lord,”  Sinach tweeted as she announced the new single.

“We Prevail” is a declarative and faith-moving song and it comes at a time many all over the world are in dire need of inspiration. Listen below;
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