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No filibustering; Voting on anti-LGBTQI Bill will be public – Speaker of Parliament assures

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The Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin has served notice that the voting on the ‘controversial’ anti-LGBTQI Bill will be made public.

He said Parliament will ensure that Ghanaians watch and see which side lawmakers vote on after the final debate on the bill.

Addressing parliamentarians after returning from their recess, Hon. Bagbin said Ghanaians should know where every MP is coming from.

“The seating of the Committee will be public and the decision of this House will be public. We will want to know where each Member of Parliament comes in.”

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He also said despite the many controversies that the bill has generated it is healthy for Ghana’s democracy.

“In fact, it has assumed some different dimensions. For me, this is healthy for a maturing democracy like Ghana. It is important we allow various shapes of opinions to canvass their position on the bill. As Ghanaians, I want to plead that we accommodate the views of others on whatever perception they have and let’s maintain the peace that we have.

“It is a law that will take into consideration the richness of common sense, human decency, morality, fact and logic. At the end of the day it will be a law that will transform this country into something else”.

“I know Ghanaians are expectant and there are over hundred petitions before the Committee of Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs. But we will try not allow any Filibustering of this bill. Because it is not only Africa, the whole-world is looking for the outcome of this bill.”

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The Promotion of Proper Human Sexual Rights and Ghanaian Family Values Bill 2021 will see culprits face a jail term of up to ten years depending on the crime, if passed in its current state.

Source: Pulse.com.gh

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Tems, Ayra Starr have achieved more than Fela, Wizkid, Burna – Odumodublvck

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Nigerian Rapper, Tochukwu Gbubemi Ojogwu known in the music circles as Odumodublvck has asserted that Tems and Ayra starr have achieved more in the music industry than legendary Afrobeat pioneer Fela Anikulapo-Kuti and Afrobeats icons  Wizkid and Burna Boy. (more…)

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I want to be a legend like Michael Jackson – Camidoh

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Ghanaian Afrobeats singer and song writer, Raphael Atatsi Camidoh, better known as Camidoh has expressed his aspiration to create music that resonates with his fans, much like the late iconic American musician, Michael Jackson. (more…)

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Josephine Arthur releases fourth self-produced album dubbed “His Mercy

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Josephine Arthur, a spirit-filled gospel artist, music teacher, and instrumentalist based in the USA, has released her fourth album titled “His Mercy.”

With a rich background in music education and a deep passion for spiritual expression, Josephine has established herself as a significant figure in the gospel music scene. Her career highlights her dedication to spreading messages of faith and inspiration through her music, profoundly impacting listeners worldwide.

“His Mercy” is a reflection of Josephine Arthur’s deeply rooted faith and spiritual journey, encapsulated in her latest studio album. Produced entirely by Josephine, the album is a testament to her musical prowess and artistic vision. Each track is intricately crafted with poignant lyrics, soul-stirring melodies, and heartfelt vocals, creating an immersive listening experience that resonates with the soul.

Combining contemporary gospel elements with soulful instrumentation, “His Mercy” showcases Josephine’s versatile musicality and profound lyrical depth. The album explores themes of grace, redemption, and divine love, offering solace and encouragement to listeners on their spiritual journeys. Josephine’s distinctive voice and expertly played instruments infuse each song with authenticity and emotional resonance.

Josephine Arthur’s upcoming visit to Ghana on July 4, 2024, holds special significance as she returns to her roots to share “His Mercy” with her homeland. This tour not only celebrates her latest album but also represents a homecoming, reconnecting with her Ghanaian audience through the universal language of gospel music. Her performance promises to unite communities in worship and celebration, fostering a sense of unity and spiritual renewal.

“His Mercy” is more than just an album; it’s a testament to Josephine’s unwavering faith and musical artistry. As she prepares for her journey to Ghana, she invites audiences to join her in a transformative musical experience that uplifts the spirit and inspires hearts. Through her music, Josephine continues to spread the message of hope and love, leaving a lasting impression on all who hear her songs.

The album is available now on all streaming platforms.
https://josephinearthur.hearnow.com/his-mercy-album-2024/

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Davido sues baby mama Sophia Momodu for custody of daughter Imade

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Nigerian music star David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, has taken legal action against his first baby mama Sophia Momodu at the Lagos State High Court, seeking joint custody of their daughter, Aurora Imade Adeleke. (more…)

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Grammys will lose its value if brought to Africa – King Paluta

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Reigning Telecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMA) New Artiste of the Year, King Paluta believes that bringing the Grammys to Africa would diminish the value of the prestigious award scheme. (more…)

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Hollywood made me realise i was a commodity – Genevieve Nnaji

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At the 2024 AfriCaribbean Trade and Investment Forum/Afreximbank Annual Meeting, Nigerian actress Genevieve Nnaji shared insights from her Hollywood experience following the success of her 2018 film “LionHeart,” acquired by Netflix. (more…)

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