Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Shatta Wale signs million-dollar deal with Zylofon Media

It’s now official that Shatta Wale has been signed under Zylofon Media’s record label, Zylofon Music as the artiste has now being unveiled as the new addition to their brand.

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Genevieve Nnaji replaces Funke Akindele in Marvel’s Avengers: “Infinity War”

Last week, the internet was buzzing because beautiful and talented actress Funke Akindele, known for her role on the Nigerian TV show Jenifa was selected to be part of the cast of Marvel’s action superhero movie- Avengers: “Infinity War”.

The movie has Marvel superheroes such as Black Panther, Captain America, Black Widow in it. She did not make any public response to the news so no one knew for sure if she did play the part as one of the members of Dora Milaje in the movie.

Noone knew till today, that is. IMDb updated the cast details on the website and it looks like Funke has been replaced Genevieve Nnaji for that particular role. Some say it is because Funke is pregant. We're still trying to get a response for Funke and her team.

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Thursday, December 28, 2017

2017 Sarkodie’s Rapperholic Concert in Pictures

2017 Sarkodie’s Rapperholic Concert in Pictures

Sarkodie’s annual Christmas concert, the Rapperholic Concert 5 happened live at the Accra International Conference Centre on Monday.

It was sold out and everyone had mad fun! Performances were from Korede Bello, Article Wan, Captain Planet, Yaa pono, Magnom, Joey B, Jayso, Worlasi, Obrafour, Efya, Becca, Akwaboah, Donzy, Strongman, Adina, TeePhlow etc. 

Here are some of the pictures from the event

Sunday, December 24, 2017

President Akufo-Addo to implement Free University after fixing the economy

President Akufo-Addo to implement Free University after fixing the economy

Nana Addo hinted of plans to make university education universally free after the smooth implementation of the Free Senior High School Program.

Speaking in Kyebi as part of his tour of the Eastern Region, he said “I have two things to share with you on education. First the government treasures education and so, we will do everything to make it easily accessible to all children. If God permits and we are able to fix this economy for it to improve, we will even make university education free,” the President stated.

He further assured that the ongoing Free SHS policy “will never be cancelled. It is here to stay. It is an irreversible piece of social legislation. When we leave, it will remain.”

CRIME: 17-yr old unarmed GSTS student shot dead by Police officer

CRIME: 17-yr old unarmed GSTS student shot dead by Police officer

Residents of Shama Junction, Ituma and Nyanikrom and others in the Shama District of the Western Region, are in a state of shock after a 17-year-old final year student of the Ghana Secondary Technical School (GSTS) in Takoradi, was allegedly shot and killed by a police constable.

The constable, popularly known in the area as Shaibu, is believed to have shot the student at about 8:30pm on Friday, December 22.

Reports indicate that, he opened fire on five students when he came across them on their way to a rap concert at Shama Junction.

One of the five students, Caroline Daddie, who narrated the incident to Citi News, stating that the police officer, without any provocation, opened fire on them after he called them them armed robbers.

She explained that “I had come to visit my friends to prepare for the dancing competition which was supposed to take place at the school park at 7:30pm. We were five in number so Lawrence, (the deceased) came to join us from Ituma. We then set off because we were already behind the 7:00pm starting time. So when we got to his father’s house, he decided to change his dress, which he did, and even added a headset”.

She added that “all of us set out to the Nyanikrom road. Lawrence, who was going to perform together with Kobina took the lead, whilst the three of us were also behind. But before we could get to the Nyanikrom road to join the Shama Juntion Takoradi Road, we saw a white private car with a motor in front.”

“Just as we got to the point where we were entering the road, I saw the motor rider forcefully getting off his motor. He quickly got down and shouted thieves. The white car also stopped. Just after the shout then there was a gunshot. He fired at Lawrence and Kobina who were ahead of us. Lawrence fell on the ground and Kobina also jumped into the bush with his wounds”.

She stated that she couldn’t move after the gunshot, as one of her friends who was fleeing the scene screamed at her to run.

“I stood until I saw the shooter get to Lawrence who was already quiet on the ground. I saw him show a sign, which communicated to me that he realized he had made a mistake. Then I heard the person in the car say to him that he is dead so he should leave. He quickly got onto his motor and left. The car then turned around and headed back. I then rushed to Lawrence and held him. I mentioned his name but he could only respond by turning his eyes which were already white and wide open. He was bleeding so much so I did not know what to do, whether to lift him up or leave him and rush to the house. In the midst of that, the other boys also came from the bush and helped to rushed him to the hospital where he was pronounced dead,” she said.

A housemaster at GSTS with whom the deceased was living with, said he did not understand why the police constable opened fire on the five young unarmed students.

He called on the Ghana Police Service to thoroughly investigate the matter and ensure that the perpetrator is brought before justice.

“Lawrence could not under any circumstance be a thief howsoever. He just finished his Elective Maths paper this Thursday. He is a boarder who stays with me personally. The police hierarchy must get to the bottom of this heinous act and punish that constable according to the laws of Ghana,” he said.

The father of the deceased, Emmanuel Baidoo, who was in tears told Citi News he had met the constable earlier in the evening and knew him very well.

“[How could] Shaibu who I met around 7:30 pm on his motor with his girlfriend in her car, go around my home and commit such a dastardly thing against me? Shaibu is someone I know, and he also knows me and my son as a boarder who schools at GSTS. So what happened within that short period? This is what I demand answers to from the police,” he lamented.

Meanwhile, the Shama District Police Commander, Superintendent Innocent Amemo, confirmed the shooting to Citi News, but refused to give any more details.

He however stated that the police had commenced investigations into the case.

By: Obrempong Yaw Ampofo/

Saturday, December 23, 2017

 14 Funny Cat Photos That Will Leave You Laughing Out Loud

14 Funny Cat Photos That Will Leave You Laughing Out Loud

These cat shaming photos may be the funniest thing you ever see!

14. New Mom
She didn’t anticipate this outcome. Nope, not at all.

13. Soccer Stud

This is so wrong! His poor parents.

12. Mouse Catcher

He just thought his mouse friend looked a bit thirsty.

11. Picky Eater
She refuses to eat from anywhere but the center of her food bowl. Such a cat.

10. Hide-And-Seek
In his defense, he was only looking for a great nap spot.

9. Neighborhood Bully
He doesn’t want the neighborhood kids petting- can you blame him?

8. Cat Nip Gone Wrong
They should put a warning label on that thing!

7. Butter Licker
Such a rebel.

6. Water Paws
You can trust a cat around your drink glass.

5. Yarn Pooper
Well, this sounds just about as awful as it can get. Oh, the joys of being a cat owner!

4. Snack Attack
They should just start buying him his own bag of fish crackers from now on.

3. Needy
Nobody likes eating alone!

2. Jungle Cat
His obsession with plants has gone a little too far this time.

1. Breakfast In Bed
Okay, now this is the worst one yet! Gag!