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Chemphe and others compose ‘Africa Arise’ song for the AU

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ChempheSinger Chemphe, and some other African acts have been commissioned to compose a song for the African Union’s 50th anniversary celebrations. The song, ‘Africa Arise’ which will be presented to the AU during the celebration this year, will throw more light on youth empowerment and full participation of the youth in decision making. According to a press statement,complements a Memorandum that AAYMCA will present to the African Union (AU) and Ministers associated with the AU in all countries in which the YMCA has a presence. This activity is part of the AU Golden Jubilee celebrations and is intended to both laud the AU on its 50 year Golden Jubilee and congratulate the AU for its dedication to the Pan-African agenda, and to express youth readiness to be part of Africa’s decision-making. “Chemphe is no newcomer to YMCA projects. He co-wrote the very popular S2C song, in 2010, which took the YMCA global movement by storm and became the unofficial theme song at the Hong Kong World Council in the same year.  In 2011, he went on to write Global Citizens for the TT Festival in Norway”. Chemphe commented, “My commitment to the YMCA has blessed my life and my work. Youth empowerment is key to the development of our countries and our continent. In all my work for the YMCA I am driven to advocate for youth to speak for themselves, and create spaces to show that they are citizens who are creative and committed to shape a future we can all be proud of” .]]>

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YouTube asked to mute Team Eternity Ghana’s Defe Defe as copyright issue heightens

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The dispute over copyright infringement between prominent Ghanaian music producer Kwame Mickey and the musical group Team Eternity has taken a surprising turn. (more…)

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86,000 Passports remain uncollected -Yaw Osafo Maafo

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Over 86,000 passports remain uncollected at the Passport Office, the Senior Government Advisor on Public Sector Reforms, Yaw Osafo-Maafo, has said. (more…)

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Yvonne Nelson considers releasing part two of “I’m Not Yvonne Nelson” memoir

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I was seeking refuge in a friend's house due to threats after leading ''Dumsor Vigil''-Yvonne Nelson

Exactly one year after the publication of her controversial memoir, “I Am Not Yvonne Nelson,” the well-known Ghanaian actress and movie producer, Yvonne Nelson, is considering releasing a sequel. (more…)

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Kwaisey Pee Claims Efya, Stonebwoy, Others Refused Collaboration With Him

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Ghanaian Highlife singer, Kwaisey Pee born Kwasi Poku Addae has not too long ago claimed that his fellow musicians like Stonebwoy and Efya are among artistes refusing to collaborate with him due to his social media following. (more…)

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Social Trends: Stonebwoy Unites Global Voices such as Fridayy, Wyclef and Rick Ross

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Ghanaian artist Stonebwoy has announced that his upcoming album will feature collaborations with American singers Jordin Sparks and Fridayy, as well as Wyclef and Rick Ross.

Read Also:Stonebwoy says he is not responsible for Shatta Wale’s show cancellation at TF hostel

The album is expected to be released later this year.

Stonebwoy has also clarified that there is no animosity between him and fellow Ghanaian artist King Promise, despite rumors to the contrary.

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Social Trends: GFA Probes Real Tamale United Over Unregistered Players in 8-1 Loss

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GFA Probes Real Tamale United Over Unregistered Players in 8-1 Loss

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) is investigating Real Tamale United (RTU) for allegedly using unregistered players in a match against Dreams FC, which resulted in an 8-1 defeat for RTU. (more…)

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