Sunday, June 10, 2018

“It Is Wrong To Rely On Anas GFA Documentary” - Menzgold and Zylofone boss

“It Is Wrong To Rely On Anas GFA Documentary” - Menzgold and Zylofone boss

Menzgold and Zylofon CEO Nana Appiah Mensah whose company sponsors the GPL has expressed dissatisfaction in the expose which was compiled by Ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas that captured the currently embattled G.F.A president Kwesi Nyantetsi engaging in acts which are considered illegal.




He wrote, “#Number12 Presents Ghana a fine circumstantial documentary (film) evidence, but it is wrong to rely on such a material, which has not been subjected to the standards of the laws or rules of evidence before conclusions. I urge for calm. Let’s deflate our rage.#GhanaShallprosper” on his Twitter.

Zylofon cash is currently the headline sponsor of the Ghana premiere league with a $ 10 million in total for five years as a sponsorship package.
“My BET nomination has brought unity in Ghana Music. I’m even confused” - Kwesi Arthur

“My BET nomination has brought unity in Ghana Music. I’m even confused” - Kwesi Arthur

Ghanaian hiphop artiste and VGMA winner, Kwesi Arthur, says his Black Entertainment Television (BET) nomination has united the Ghanaian music industry.

The “Anthem” hitmaker has been nominated for the Viewer’s Choice ‘Best New International Act’ for the 2018 BET Awards. He has been trending on Instagram since his nomination. 



His nomination has received massive support from the likes of Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Kidi, M.anifest, MzVee Kwaw Kesse, Kuami Eugene, King Promise.



“…There is unity. Everyone is posting about it on social media. Sarkodie to Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Jocelyn Dumas, John Dumelo and others are all posting about it. I think the unity is back because everyone is talking about it. If that is not unity then I don’t know what that is…,” he said.

Kwesi Arthur said he was surprised after he received news that he had been nominated for the BET Awards.

The young artiste said, “I am very confused right now but I feel blessed because I was not expecting it and I feel like God is at work. I didn’t believe it…”

To win that award, he has to beat off competition from Mc Soffia (Brazil), Prince Waly (France), Niniola (Nigeria), Sjava (South Africa), Sik-K (South Korea), Nailah Blackman (Trinidad And Tobago), Not3s (UK), Iamddb (UK) and Take A Mic (France).

MzVee was nominated for that award in 2015. Head to the bet website to vote for the young king.

VIDEO: Man caught busily watching porn during church service

God save us. A viral video of a man busily watching pornography on his phone while a pastor delivers a sermon in the church has got many talking on social media. The name of the church is unknown but many have condemned the video. Some are puzzled as to how the man would be bold enough to do that in the house of God.




"If it's true, then his village people are strongly trailing him," one person said while another noted that, "God is truly merciful." "Wonderful, [pervert] in the house of God," someone also said.



Watch the video below:

Nyantakyi’s Defence Begins: It was refund not $65k bribe; “Anas set me up”

Nyantakyi’s Defence Begins: It was refund not $65k bribe; “Anas set me up”

Embattled Former Ghana Football Association President Kwesi Nyantakyi is expected to give a response to alleged bribery he was involved in that has resulted in his resignation.



Photo: Kwesi Nyantakyi explaining to the 'investor' a plan to 'take over the whole country'

Sources close to the former president say the amount was not $65,000 as alleged by Anas Aremeyaw Anas. The amount was rather a $40,000 reimbursement for three trips to Dubai which Nyantakyi pre-financed. Kwesi Nyantkyi was asked to bear the cost of first class plane tickets to Dubai. Together with other officials, he went to Dubai thrice.

During those trips, Nyantakyi paid for the cost of airfare and the period of their hotel accommodation. The first meeting did not come on because the “investors “ could not make it. In the second visit, Nyantakyi finally met the fake 'Sheikh'. The “investors” had told him it would be refunded when he finally met them in Dubai.

He was given $40,000 when the two met in a hotel room where a secret camera recording the interactions during which Kwesi Nyantakyi told the 'investor' they could 'take over the whole country' if they paid the President and Vice-President $8m for contracts.






Photo: Bundles of dollars given to Nyantakyi as captured in the video






The total cost for all three trips was about $61,000, sources have revealed. The former president claims he was set up by Anas.

Thursday, June 7, 2018

WATCH ANAS GFA VIDEO: Nyantakyi names Nana Addo, Bawumia & Kennedy Agyapong in $2bn loan roads deal

WATCH ANAS GFA VIDEO: Nyantakyi names Nana Addo, Bawumia & Kennedy Agyapong in $2bn loan roads deal


Embattled President of the Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi is in hot waters in an investigative piece by ace journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

Nyantakyi in the exposé made secret revelations when he met Anas and his team who posed as the investors.

In summary, Member of Parliament of Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong was mentioned as a potential shareholder of the company to be created by Nyantakyi and his cronies.



"I know that the Chinese money is coming. It is about $2bn.I have spoken to Anthony Karbo," he said.

Below is a full transcript of what Nyantakyi said:

"You wanted to know how I will receive the money and transmit to the President. I have a Microfinance company. So you can move the entire $12m through it.

Like I indicated I will share the money by giving $5m to the President, $3m to the Vice President. The Highways Minister will get $2m.


My boy, Anthony Karbo will take $1m. Myself and Abu, will share the $1m. I will settle Asenso Boakye.

I will arrange a private meeting between you and the President.

Look,the President sold a lot of properties before winning the election.

He needs money.

All his brothers are complaining that they don’t have money.

The $5m will greatly help the President.

Asenso Boakye tells me the President is in Qatar,I will speak to him if we can meet him there."

Tomorrow will settle everything

"I know that the Chinese money is coming. It is about $2bn. I have spoken to Anthony Karbo.

He has assured me that even though the Chinese will be doing the construction of the bridges in the northern part of Ghana,the stones and chippings alone can bring about $100m.

So Anthony Karbo wants us to establish a Ghanaian company.
Anthony Karbo also advised that we must make Ken Agyapong a shareholder. Ken does not fear anyone.

Once we have him on our side,we will have our peace of mind.
Nobody will fight us."


Wednesday, May 30, 2018

BUY SHARES: MTN Ghana Launches IPO In Ghana

BUY SHARES: MTN Ghana Launches IPO In Ghana

The country’s largest mobile telecom operator, MTN, has launched its initial public offer (IPO) as part of the company’s aim to allow Ghanaians acquire A stake in its highly profitable business – becoming first in the telecommunications industry to place on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE).




The launch of the IPO yesterday means that the public can now buy shares in the company at a cost of GH¢0.75 and a minimum of 10 shares per purchase. The shares can be bought at selected banks as well as on MTN mobile money.

The 4.6 billion shares being sold out to the public constitute about 35 percent equity of the company. MTN is targeting about GH¢3.5billion from the IPO. The offer, which went live yesterday, is expected to end on July 31, 2018, with all listing formalities closed on September 5, 2018.

Thursday, March 29, 2018

BREAKING: BNI Director Sacked After Koku Anyidoho saga

BREAKING: BNI Director Sacked After Koku Anyidoho saga

Interesting development. The director of Bureau of National Investigations William Akwasi Appiah has been sacked, the Minister of National Security Albert Kan Dapaah has confirmed to Starrfmonline.com.



He has been replaced by Musah who is the head of Research.

“Yes, there has been some changes. We’re issuing a statement to that effect soon,” said Mr. Kan Dapaah