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Yvonne Okoro, Joselyn Dumas, IK Ogbonna and others join world stars to celebrate Nelson Mandela at 95

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Yvonne-Okoro1Ghanian and Nigerian celebrities sent best wishes to the former South African president Nelson Mandela, as the world marked his 95th birthday on Thursday. Yvonne Okoro: You may know me, but if I never get the chance to say thank you physically then this is my thank you. Thank you for everything you have done for us as a continent. Your experience in journeys have made the world know there’s truly a demigod,  hero and man and he is African and one day the leader in us will strive to be like you and more. Thank you. Bryan Okwara: To a humanitarian, a mentor and a valiant African citizen. My heart goes out to you as I pray for your quick recovery. Viva Mandela, Viva Africa. Ama K Abebrese: The saying ‘You can’t keep a good man down’ is one that reminds me of Madiba. So much strength, courage and perseverance. A true inspiration and a blessing. Happy Birthday Nelson Mandela. God continue to bless you. IK Ogbonna: Mandela’s Day marks a sign of freedom to so many people proud to call themselves Africans. To a great man who knows the true meaning of being called a leader and for ever a legend. Happy Mandela’s Day to everyone, happy Freedom Day. Reggie Rockstone: One of the greatest citizens of our planet earth! Amazing earthling! JAH bless uncle Mandela. Joselyn Dumas: From the throes of apartheid, your strength of character lit up not just a nation but a continent. Through nearly three decades in shackles, you stayed strong for your people. In leadership over a free South Africa, you showed that perseverance pays off. And even on your sick bed, we have all admired your fighting spirit. Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, Africa salutes you on your 95th birthday. Madiba, we celebrate a life well lived and worthy of emulation. Tata, because of the likes of you, we are proud to be called Africans. We wish you well, Papa Africa. Originally compiled for DStv]]>

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Kofi Adjorlolo and Shatta Wale’s mother reportedly set to wed

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According to multiple reports, Ghanaian actor, Kofi Adjorlolo is set to wed Madam Elsie, the mother of popular dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale. (more…)

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Burna Boy says Toni Braxton gets 60 percent royalty from his sampling of ‘He Wasn’t Man Enough

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Burna Boy has revealed in an interview that American R & B star Toni Braxton gets 60% of the royalties of his last single ‘Last Last.’ Burna Boy made this revelation when answering questions of how the single came about while appearing on a podcast. (more…)

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Black Maidens banned and fined $100,000 for age cheating in the U-17 FIFA Women’s WC

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Ghana have been banned from competing in the next two editions of the FIFA U17 Women’s African Qualifiers and fined $100,000 by the Confederation of African Football. (more…)

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ZAKIA is poised to takeover the music scene with new EP ‘Purpose’

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Although the music industry in Ghana is heavily dominated by males, there are a few young women, pulling their weight, and rubbing shoulders with their male counterparts. (more…)

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Hydraulix Fonye set to launch his own record company on 6th July

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Chris Fonye popularly known as “Hydraulix Fonye” is a Ghanaian producer, sound engineer, songwriter and singer with a vast experience in the Ghanaian entertainment industry. (more…)

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My style is different and I’m a fashionista- Lasmid on what makes him stand out

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Although there may be hundreds of afro-beats artists in the country, Highly Spiritual Music signee, Lasmid believes he is unique. (more…)

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