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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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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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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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Kirk Franklin Issues An Apology, After His Son Released Audio of Him Shouting Expletives…


Kirk Franklin released an apology video explaining the background and details of a video where he uses expletives towards his son

In the apology, Kirk Franklin explains that his son is 33 and they had a poor relationship up until this point. He explained that his son only recorded that specific part to make his father look bad. Kirk Franklin said that the family therapist was on the line and that his son had been very disrespectful beforehand.

Kirk Franklin clarifies that they’re all trying to work things out with help from the therapist.

The original video itself starts in the middle of an argument between Kirk Franklin and his son Kerrion. Kirk Franklin is the first one to speak in the video, but it’s clear that he’s responding to something his son said.

The video starts with Kirk Franklin saying:

“Okay, if you think I’m (Inaudible) let me say it like this: When yo’ b**** ass starts (inaudible) disrespectful, you need to get yo’ skinny mother f***ing ass back out the god damn way. Before I put my foot in yo ass–”

Kerrion interrupts and tells his father, “I dare you” multiple times, and to “shut the f*** up.”

This is the text that came with the original Instagram post:

“This is why I’m done. No father should speak to their children like this. If I have any issues it’s because Of this type of treatment that ii deal with behind closed doors. Hanging up in my face, No apology, no compassion, no effort. Stop telling me to go home to my family I don’t even know where they live. I don’t think I’ll ever trust my father to be alone around him ever again. I didn’t want to do this. I probably won’t release the entire recording because it’s too embarrassing that Im even dealing with this. No matter what ppl think I pray my dad deals with his deep hatred toward me. I don’t feel safe around him at all. This recording is recent it is not from 2018 just to clarify. Im going to learn from these experiences, live my life in peace and make beautiful art.”

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Vigour, stagecraft on full display as these 4 veteran gospel musicians prove they’ve still got it


Call it nostalgia but it is an undeniable fact that there is some element of fulfilment in listening to “old” gospel songs from our veteran musicians.

Could it be the production? Not exactly, because there is better technology to record these days.

Message? Pretty much so, because attention was paid to content and their message was sent out to help uplift, edify and transform the vulnerable.

But at a particular point in time, Ghanaian music lovers missed out on these old soul-lifting songs from our mothers.

These pioneers of Ghanaian gospel music graced UTV’s United Showiz programme on Saturday, March 13, 2021, to discuss their long absence, experience, lessons and other happenings in the Ghanaian gospel fraternity.

Not forgetting their compelling performance which proved that despite their old age, their voices and stagecraft remain top-notch.

The likes of Abaawa Comfort, Hannah Marfo, Diana Hopeson, Ophelia Nyantakyi, and Helena Rhabbles among other things, talked about their career span.

They disclosed doing active music and staying relevant for the past 40, 26, 30, 20 and 26 years respectively.

Explaining their absence in the music scene, some of these veterans established that the hardships and financial constraints at that time compelled them to venture into other fields.

Others travelled oversees to live with their family and a few have released some fresh music for their fans.

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LGBTQ comments: MoG was misquoted, unfairly judged – Management


Management of award-winning gospel musician, Pastor Nana Yaw Boakye Yiadom was known by his stage name, MOG music says some recent statements made by their artiste on LGBTQ+ has been misrepresented.

According to the management, their artiste is not a supporter of LGBTQ+ practice and that he had, by his statement, sought to show love to the community as proffered by Christian belief.

The gospel artiste in a recent interview with Joy Prime stated his willingness to work with persons of LGBTQ+ background.

“I don’t mind working with an LGBTQ person. They are people that need to be shown, love.”
“If we are saying what they are doing is wrong the only way we can correct them is through love. But when we despise them and push them away, it is not going to bring any change, they will still keep on doing what they are doing” he said.

Following public reactions to the statement, his management in a release maintained that his statements have been misrepresented by the media to cast their artiste in a bad light in the public’s eye.

“MOG music, following the Christian principle of showing love to unbelievers, only sought to highlight the fact that the practice, which God abhors can be stopped by showing the people who are engaged in it, the same love and mercy God shows us and not that he supports LGBTQ+ practice,” portions of the statement read.

Read the Management’s statement below:


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Sinach Drops Much Awaited New Single “Greatest Lord” – Available Now


Nigerian gospel singer and “Way Maker” crooner Sinach has debuted her much anticipated first worship single for 2021 titled “Greatest Lord” – available now on all major streaming platforms.

The sweet, soothing ballad is the album title track of Sinach’s upcoming “Greatest Lord” album which features world-renowned gospel singers such as Travis Greene, Darlene Zschech, Nathaniel Bassey, Panam Percy Paul, Leeland, Maranda Curtis, and much more.

Greatest Lord according to the singer is a declaration of God’s sovereignty and Lordship over all situations and circumstances the world is currently going through.


“We are in unprecedented times; literally living in Bible days right now, and GREATEST LORD is a worship project to help Christians all over the world recognize Jesus as the solution to today’s hurting world. Just like when King Jehoshaphat in the Bible was faced with an obviously insurmountable enemy, God’s strategy to him was to put singers in front to lead Israel in worship” – Sinach added

Making reference to 2 Chronicles 20:21 – 22 and Psalms 145:3 as the source of inspiration for this single, Sinach added that “we must never forget the greatness of our Lord! On the different tracks, you will be inspired to worship and declare the word of God in praise, worship, and faith proclamations!”

Watch the video of  Greatest Lord by Sinach below


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3Music Awards 2021 – Diana Hamilton and others receives nomination


It’s another year of many upcoming awards and the first of them is the 3Music Awards scheduled for March 2021, but the nominees were unveiled virtually on Friday, February 12. Diana Hamilton, Kofi Karikari, Kobby Salm, Yaw Sarpong & Asomafo, and others found their place on the nominee list for the gospel section.

Daina Hamilton the reigning 3music awards ”artiste of the year” got two nominations this year in the categories of ”song of the year” and ”artiste of the year” all for her viral song ”Adom” which was released last year.

Diana is competing with the likes of Sarkodie, Kuami Eugene, Adina, KiDi, Fameye and Medikal and Stonbwoy for the “Artiste of the Year” and for the Song of The Year category, she shares that platform with Darko Vibes, Sarkodie, Stobwoy, Kuami Eugene, Medikal and others.

The gospel act of the year nomination is packed with the usual faces who apart from Patience Nyarko. The rest are Diana Hamilton, Joe Mettle, Celestine Donkor, MOGmusic, Akesse Brempong, Joyce Blessing, and Empress Gifty.

From the regional breakdown by the 3Music Awards board to give an opportunity to more young and upcoming acts ”Who say God no dey” hitmaker represented the gospel industry for the Greater Accra Region.

Thriving and talented gospel rapper KobbySalm got a nomination for “Breakthrough Artiste of The Year”.Also, Yaw Sarpong & Asamafo and Bethel Revival Choir also got a nomination in the same category of “Group of The Year”, competing with R2Bees, Keche, Santrofi, Dope Nation, and Dead Peepol.



Artiste of the Year
Diana Hamilton

Group of the Year
Bethel Revival Choir
Yaw Sarpong & Asomafo

Song of the Year
Diana Hamilton – Adom (Grace)

Gospel Act
Joe Mettle
Empress Gifty
Akesse Brempong
Celestine Donkor
MOG Music
Diana Hamilton
Patience Nyarko
Joyce Blessing

Producer of the Year

Digital Act
Empress Gifty
Ohemaa Mercy

African Act
Dunsin Oyekan

Best Male Vocal Performance
Joe Mettle – Yesu Mo
Luigi MacClean – Oguama
MOG Music – Jesus

Best Female Vocal
Rose Adjei – Na God
Celestine Donkor – Adom Ne Ahumobro
Diana Hamilton – Adom
Tiwaa – Ahombrase3
Efe Grace – Lord Have Your Way

Best Performer
Diana Hamilton – At the Diana Hamilton Concert 2020
Celestine Donkor & Gideon Performance – VGMA

Woman of the Year
Diana Hamilton
Celestine Donkor
Empress Gifty

Emerging Woman
Ruth Adjei
Efe Grace


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Gospel musician Boadiwaa rebrands to Nsroma


Gospel minstrel, songwriter, and recording artiste Nsroma Delanyo Amoateng, formerly known as Boadiwaa, is about to release a new song.

Asked what necessitated the name change from Boadiwaa to Nsroma, she said: “there comes a time when a caterpillar will have to become a butterfly and through a painful almost death inflicting process, this change happens.“

She felt she had gotten a time in her life that she needed a change and one of the things she felt strongly about changing was her name.

The change of name was to reflect where she is going and what God is about to do in her life. Nsroma means ‘star’ in the Akan language and for her, it’s synonymous with shining in excellence.

Her desire is to spread the love, presence, and power of God to the nations through her music and the word of God. Talking of the power of God, she shared a mind-blowing testimony of how God healed her of a hole in her brain.

With a lot of conviction, she said “he who has begun a good work will bring it to an expected end”. This is the message in her new song featuring the award-winning MOG Music titled ‘Reason’.

It talks about finding reasons to praise God in spite of everything that happens in our lives knowing that all things are working together for our good and he will complete the good work he has started in our lives.

‘Reason’ will be released on ‘February 27, 2021.

Nsroma is also known for songs such as ‘Adom’, ‘Eye Onoa’ and ‘Note from God’.
Watch Nsroma tell her life-changing story in the video below:
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