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Kafui Danku advises youth in their 20s to strive for achievements before turning 30

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Ghanaian actress and movie producer, Kafui Danku has advised the Ghanaian youth especially the ones in their 20s to dedicate their time on things that will positively impact their lives.
According to the mother of one, in order to live a comfortable life, youth in their twenties should take advantages of opportunities that come their way.

“I know I’m so blessed, infact I’m a walking GRATITUDE list ! But this 30’s is beginning to get a little scary Let me share this with you : it’s so easy to be lazy when you think you’re young ; a little over 10 years ago, I wouldn’t feel a pinch of guilt if I slept 20 hrs a day, I was reluctant to taking advantage of all the hours in a day, I was so content when I should actually be up and cracking…

“The small positive results from my little efforts made me felt so cool, but these days I can’t even sleep in ; the moment I realised it’s morning and I’m still in bed the way my heart skips is not funny at all, so if you’re reading this in your twenties, this is a wake up call for you to be up and cracking… make a “hit” before 30, I guess you know what I mean and come thank me later with only 20%. Don’t be discouraged if you’re above 30 and feel like most goals haven’t been met yet , I’m reminding you that at any given moment of the journey, you have the power to say: this is not how the story is supposed to end! Cheers to life and more blessings.” Kafui Danku shared on Instagram

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I know I'm so blessed, infact I'm a walking GRATITUDE list ! But this 30's is beginning to get a little scary 🤔Let me share this with you : it's so easy to be lazy when you think you're young ; a little over 10 years ago, I wouldn't feel a pinch of guilt if I slept 20 hrs a day, I was reluctant to taking advantage of all the hours in a day, I was so content when I should actually be up and cracking … the small positive results from my little efforts made me feel so cool 😁, but these days I can't even sleep in ; the moment I realise it's morning and I'm still in bed the way my heart skips is not funny at all, so if you're reading this in your twenties, this is a wake up call for you to be up and cracking… make a "hit" before 30, I guess you know what I mean 😉 and come thank me later with only 20% 😁. Don't be discouraged if you're above 30 and feel like most goals haven't been met yet , I'm reminding you that at any given moment of the journey, you have the power to say: this is not how the story is suppose to end ! Cheers 🥂to life and more blessings 😘 #36Lessons #ThankGod #ThankGodForLife #ThankGodForGoodHealth

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Medikal connects Afrobeats to the people in London; Medikal Live in London 02 Arena

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On the heels of selling out the middle front roll of his anticipated London O2 Arena concert on 3rd May 2024, Ghanaian rap star Medikal has bold ambitions to build deeper bonds between the UK and Afrobeats music culture. Medikal explained that while Afrobeats has exploded into a global phenomenon over the last decade, permeating mainstream music across markets, he believes London still harbors an untapped opportunity for growth. ‘This show is going to be legendary not just for me, but for Afrobeats as a whole. I see my performance as a milestone event to spotlight Afrobeats for my British fans’ he explains in an interview with Merqury Quaye on Hitz FM.

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Medikal promised fans should expect something different not just the regular artist and there’s going to be entertainment, comedy, and not just music.


To bridge connections between the energetic, infectious rhythms of Afrobeats and his diaspora audience, Medikal is crafting a setlist of fan favorites from the genre’s leading stars. He plans to blend popular tracks from genre stylists with his up-tempo catalog of songs.


Given the swift sell-out of prime floor seats for the upcoming event, excitement around Medikal’s bridging mission is already building.
By the end of the night, thousands of new London fans would be moved by the Afrobeats culture.

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Guinness World Records has recently announced that Afua Asantewaa’s attempt to set the record for the longest individual singing marathon fell short of success. (more…)

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Potential disrespect against my wife made me keep my marriage from the public eye – Foster Romanus 

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Budding Ghanaian comedian, Foster Owusu Amponsah, professionally known as Foster Romanus has shed light on his decision to keep his marriage away from the public eye, citing concerns about potential disrespect towards his wife.  (more…)

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Nothing will make me divorce my husband – Florence Obinim boldly states

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Contemporary Ghanaian gospel singer, Florence Obinim is making headlines with her unwavering commitment to her marriage, vowing never to leave her husband, controversial pastor, and founder of International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim. (more…)

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I was just acting – Lil Win says as he addresses Martha Ankomah’s lawsuit

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Popular Ghanaian actor and producer, Lil Win, born Kwadwo Nkansah, has addressed the legal proceedings initiated by colleague actress, Martha Ankomah, emphasizing that his actions were purely within the realm of performance. (more…)

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Event companies are folding up due to lack of corporate support- Ashis

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Renowned Ghanaian artiste manager and entertainment critic, Nana Poku Ashis has sounded an alarm about the distressing trend of event companies folding up due to a lack of corporate support.  (more…)

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