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Big Brother Update: 2 Ghanaian viewers win prizes, 2 housemates to leave!

Two of Angola’s Tatiana, Zimbabwe’s Munya, Bontswana’s Kaone and Nigeria’s Uti must leave the M-Net Big Brother All Stars House this week after being put up for eviction on Monday. Big Brother shocked the Housemates with the news that two of them would be leaving this week after a tense day of nominations. Once all […]

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bbaTwo of Angola’s Tatiana, Zimbabwe’s Munya, Bontswana’s Kaone and Nigeria’s Uti must leave the M-Net Big Brother All Stars House this week after being put up for eviction on Monday. Big Brother shocked the Housemates with the news that two of them would be leaving this week after a tense day of nominations.

Once all the nominations were in, it was an all-male lineup of Uti, Munya, Kaone and Mwisho. Head of House Mwisho was summoned to the Diary Room to make his Save & Replace decision and although he declared that he would be saving himself, he took some time to make a decision on who to put up for eviction in his place. He eventually settled on Tatiana, who only rejoined the House on Sunday night from the Barn after a viewer vote.

Earlier in the day, Uti was first up in the Diary Room and didn’t look surprised when told it was time to start nominations. He named Kaone as his first choice, because he felt he couldn’t nominate any of the new arrivals. “It’s just like the beginning again,” he said. He then named Munya as his second choice, deciding not to nominate Mwisho as he would probably save himself anyway.

Tatiana named Munya and Kaone as her nominees for eviction, after a engthy pause for thought. She said of her reasoning for nominating Kaone: “I don’t care about what he said about me, but I do not think it was nice or fun. That’s why”. Her reason for nominating Munya was very simple – she hadn’t nominated the Zimbabwean before. Sheila nominated Kaone because she finds him irritating. “We watched him on the Barn television and he is cuckoo,” she told Big Brother. She then nominated Mwisho because he would probably save himself.

In his Nomination Session, Mwisho told Big Brother that he would not noinate Uti, but could nominate the other guys. He decided to nominate Kaone and Munya, saying “they are guys, no other reason really”. Munya took a different stance, happily nominating Uti – and then Mwisho. “Its time for me to go back to the plan. I was going to nominate them either way because it would have been either them or me walking out even before the girls came,” he said. He also reminded Big Brother that he had never nominated Kaone.

Kaone closed off the nominations by naming Uti and “his lady” Sheila. When nominating Uti, Kaone mentioned how “very hard” it is to trust the Nigerian. He nominated Sheila because he felt that they do not connect, especially since the ladies have returned to the House

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Lerato was not allowed to make any nominations as punishment for her role in the fight with Hannington.

Meanwhile, two Ghanaian viewers won prizes last weekend just for voting for which barn mates they would like to see go back into the house.  The winners were Ifeoluwa Afolayan who won $1000 and Yvonne Goa who won a Nokia 2690 Handset.  So keep on voting and you could be a winner.

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“COVID-19” inspired my “Aseda”single – Michael K. Okyere recounts

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Versatile musician Michael K. Okyere has recently released a single titled “Aseda,” which was inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic. The article explores the meaning behind the song and how Okyere found inspiration during this challenging time.

The COVID-19 pandemic has undeniably affected people’s lives across the globe. From the devastating loss of lives to the economic downturn, it has created an unprecedented situation for everyone. However, amid the chaos and uncertainty, many individuals have found solace and inspiration in unlikely places.

One such person is Michael K. Okyere, a talented and versatile musician known for his ability to captivate audiences with his unique fusion of various music genres. When the pandemic struck, Okyere found himself reflecting on the prevailing circumstances and sought a way to channel his emotions into his art.

The result was the creation of his latest single, “Aseda,” which means “thanks” in the Akan language spoken in Ghana, Okyere’s home country. The song serves as a tribute to the resilience and gratitude of individuals during these challenging times.

Okyere shares that “Aseda” was born out of his desire to express his deep appreciation for life and the strength of the human spirit. He witnessed people coming together, supporting each other, and finding joy in the simplest of things despite the hardships they faced. The song aims to inspire listeners to focus on gratitude and appreciate the little things that often go unnoticed.

The upbeat and catchy melody of “Aseda” mirrors the message of hope and positivity that Okyere intends to convey. By merging traditional Ghanaian rhythms with contemporary sounds, he manages to create a musical fusion that resonates with a wide audience. The song’s infectious energy invites listeners to immerse themselves in the celebration of life and their ability to overcome adversity.

While the pandemic has presented numerous challenges for musicians and artists, Okyere has channeled his creativity into creating meaningful and inspiring content. He believes that music has the power to uplift souls and connect people, even in the toughest of times.

Through “Aseda,” Michael K. Okyere hopes to remind listeners that amidst the chaos and uncertainty, there is still much to be grateful for. The song serves as a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the power of gratitude in finding solace and joy even in challenging circumstances.

As an artiste, his ability to find inspiration in difficult times demonstrates his dedication to his craft and his commitment to spreading positivity through music. “Aseda” is a testament to his versatility and talent, showcasing his ability to merge different musical styles to create a vibrant and captivating masterpiece.

Enjoy the song below

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Pizza Inn the Bridge at Adjiriganor is giving free Pizza Pies this Christmas season

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Arnold Asamoah Baidoo goes hard at eShun, labels her untrustworthy and a liar

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Showbiz pundit, Arnold Asamoah Baidoo has articulated his disappointment at eShun’s actions as a professional artist over the years.

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