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The National Baptism; The Two Kings Shall be Reborn [Redemption Song]

Guns and Roses, Puns and Poses., the national market square was yet again thrown into a state of gossipy as the new topic of an old-rivalry-turned-bitter resurfaced for opinions. As usual, the “Big Men” with their big grammars are wrestling for the microphones, the lawyers with their long gowns are reaching for their dusty wigs and the all-knowing elites are

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Africa’s richest man Dangote hails Akufo-Addo as a ‘visionary’ leader.

Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote has hailed the visionary leadership of Ghana’s President, Nana Akufo-Addo. According to him, Africa needs leaders of the caliber of Nana Addo in order to chart a new path of development. The Nigerian business mogul was speaking at a forum organised by Africa Center for Economic Transformation (ACET).   He also named Rwandan President Paul

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M.anifest discloses his political party, says no amount of money can change his mind.

  M.anifest, aka Ghana rap Moses, has thrown his weight behind one party and he says that no amount of money can ever persuade him to support any other political one. In an interview sighted by pulse.com.gh, the “godMC” said that he is only affiliated to “The Party Of The People” because he is unflinchingly for the masses and that

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Shatta Wale threatens to assault legend Aka Blay.

Musician Shatta Wale has threatened to physically abuse highlife legend Aka Blay wherever he meets him. His statement comes following an interview Aka Blay granted Graphic Showbiz on April 13. Aka stated that the “My Level” hitmaker serves as a bad influence on his young followers.   He cited vulgar words in his music and indecent behaviours, adding that Shatta

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Afcon 2019: Black Stars get Cameroon, Benin and Guinea Bissau in Group F

Ghana’s Black Stars discovered their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) fate Friday night as they were drawn in Group F together defending champions Cameroon, as well as West African neighbours Benin and Guinea Bissau. Coach Kwasi Appiah’s side and other top seeds like hosts Egypt, Nigeria, Senegal, Morocco and Tunisia for a relatively tricky but manageable group. “We have

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