Showing posts from August 6, 2017

Mahama tell it all on how he met his wife, Lordina Mahama

The immediate past president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama, who recently celebrated 25 years in marriage has disclosed how he met the woman of his life, Mrs Lordina Mahama. In a special interview on Ovation TV which aired on AIT, as part of the Ovation Media Group’s exclusive coverage of the wedding anniversary. . Mahama said he first met Lordina while doing his National Service as a teacher at the Ghana Secondary School. Lordina was one of his History students. “I met Lordina when I went back to do National Service at my former school, Ghana Secondary School, at the time she looked attractive, I was her History teacher … the rest is history,”  He said The ex-President also gave advice on how to keep a good marriage going and more. So there you have it, those of you who see National Service as a punishment. You never know what surprises will come you way.

Organisers of TV3 Mentor has refused me of my due reward as mentor winner - Kese cries

Am i permitted to say "first in news best to mess up" instead of their usually signature " first in news best in entertainment"? The question you might ask yourself after reading how TV3 greedily used Michael Kesse Frimpong known widely as Kesse and some winners of their reality shows to make money for themselves. Undoubtedly, TV3 stands top when it comes to reality shows in Ghana but always leaves most winners of its numerous reality shows disgruntled, dejected and desperate.
Kesse has disclosed on Watz Up GH an entertainment show aired on Central Region best radio station, Enuanom 105.1 FM hosted by First Lady and Dr P. K how ill mannered TV3 treated him.
".....Its so sad our reality shows in Ghana lacks standard, do you know TV3 refused to give me my due reward as Mentor 4 winner? But i never gave up so the young guys show work hard..." He said. Well, we have compiled lists of winners of TV3's reality shows who have being denied their rewards.
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Ghanaian singer Kesse names his 5 favourite act in Ghana. Guess what ? Shatta Wale missing

When was the last time you heard from Ghanaian sensational vocalist, Kesse? Well, the singer is doing well as he has dropped astonishing Hip Life Jam tune dubbed “Bugatti Container”. The Mentor star in a recent interview with First Lady on Swedru based Enuanom 105.1 FM has listed his top five (5) favourite Ghanaian acts surprisingly self acclaimed dancehall act, Shatta Wale wasn't mentioned. The " Two Eyes" singer named Becca, Kelvin winner of MTN hitmaker season 5 now Kurl Songz, Flowking Stone, BET award winner, Sarkodie and Stonebwoy as his favourite acts currently in Ghana. Kesse Frimpong  known in showbiz  circles as Kesse has  associated with top acts as Sarkodie, Efya, Kwaw Kesse, Okyeame Kwame, and a host of others. He’s author of the Prodigy album (2012), and several singles including “Oh Yes” , “Treat Her Royal”, “Asa Bone”, “Two Eyes”, “Kwahu Bipo”,and “Obiba”.

Justin Galtin beats Usain Bolt to become the fastest man on earth.

Olympic champion and world record holder Usain Bolt finished third in the men's 100 meters in 9.95 seconds at the IAAF World Championships in London on Saturday evening. 2004 Olympic champion Justin Gatlin of the United States won gold in 9.92 seconds with his compatriot Christian Coleman taking silver in 9.94. Bolt was defeated by Christian Coleman of the United States in the semifinal. Coleman ran 9.97 with Bolt easing up before the finish line in 9.98 and locking eyes with the NCAA champion and record holder. It marked Bolt's first-ever loss in an Olympic or world championship semifinal and ended a 45-race winning streak. The loss in the final is Bolt's first loss in a 100 meter final since losing to Gatlin in June 2013 at the Rome Diamond League. Bolt had the second-slowest reaction time of the eight men in the final. The 35-year-old Gatlin was booed by the crowd in London as many of the United Kingdom's fans have heavily criticized Gatlin for previously serving a dop…