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Return Your Award If You Think It Is Not Credible - Prince Mackay to Kwame Nkrumah Tikese of Okay Fm

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CEO of RTP Awards, Prince Mackay has dared outspoken morning show host, Kwame Nkrumah Tikese, to return his award if he thinks the scheme is not credible

This comes after the outspoken show host opined that the Radio and Television Personality Award (RTP) is not credible, hence calling on all media organizations to pull out.

But in interview with host Ayisha Bayipa on SVTV Africa, Prince challenged Kwame Nkrumah Tikese to return the award if he thinks the scheme is not credible, he explained that, when he won the award he did not complain but when he did not win he is there discrediting the scheme.

‘’We had over 275 people participating in the scheme, he won an award in 2014, so I don’t know why but if he thinks RTP is not credible, he should return the award, if nominees do not win any award they go about tarnishing the scheme, discrediting it.’’

Asked if he will accept the award when Kwame Nkrumah Tikese returns it, he replied ‘’Oh yeah we accept it and charge him for keeping the award all these years, we will charge him for interest.’’ He noted.

We brought it from the USA, so will calculate the interest for all the years he has used it for business and charge him and if he is not able to pay, we will take him on. He added.

The RTP Awards over the years has received lots criticism over industry players and some media personalities.

But after ensuring it gain roots in Ghana, Prince Mackay is taking RTP awards to Kenya and the UK.

Abeiku Santana is a hypocrite, a wolf in a sheep skin - Arrested blogger (Candance)

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Chief Editor of, Ohemaa Candace, has describe ace journalist, Abeiku Santana as hypocrite and a ship in a wolf skin.

Candace who was recently arrested for publishing a fake story about actor Kwadwo Nkansah said she was surprised at how Abeiku Santana behave towards her when the issue came up.

In an interview with host, Ayisha Bayipa on SVTV Africa, the blogger explained that, Abeiku Santana was very nice to her when she got to Peace FM, so she was very surprised when same Abeiku Santana was pushing hard, instigating for her arrest.

"When he saw me at Peace FM, he was very nice to me and he asked me what I came to do here, then right in front of me he begun shouting pushing and instigating for my arrest, he convinced Fadda Dickson, Lil win for my arrest, I was surprised, who are you". She added.

Asked how she felt at that moment, she replied "I don't want to use any harsh word but he is hypocrite, the devil himself."

Candace furthered that, she has forgiven everyone except Abeiku Santana.

Ohemaa Candace is the Chief Editor of, an entertainment and lifestyle blog.

RTP Awards most credible award scheme in Ghana - Prince Mackay

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Despite the intense criticism the Radio and Television Personality awards has received since its inception eight years ago, the brain behind the scheme, Prince Mackay has said that, there is no awards scheme in Ghana, which is more credible than the RTP awards.

In an interview with host Ayisha Bayipa on SVTV Africa, Prince Mackay describe the scheme as more credible than any other award in Ghana as far as he knows.
"Let me say on record, RTP Awards is the most credible awards scheme in Ghana as far I know because even nominees are in suspense and don't know what to expect".

He added that, unlike other awards scheme in Ghana where nominees pay money to win awards, RTP awards is very key on credibility and has never been involved in such things.

"unlike other awards schemes in Ghana, RTP awards do not accept bribe from media personalities for award".

Asked if he has personally received bribe to award a nominee, he replied "I have never received a pesewa from any presenter or a nominee for an award, whoever says I have received money from him should come out and say it, I have never " he noted.

After ensuring it gain roots in Ghana, Prince Mackay is taking RTP awards to Kenya and the UK.

If you were smart you wouldn't have broken up with your brother - Donzy to Rudebwoy

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DC Empire frontliner, Donzy Chaka has describe the other half of defunct music Duo Psquare, Rudebwoy as not smart.

This comes after the Nigerian act rained heavy criticism on Ghanaian artiste and describe them as not smart.

But in an interview with host Akosua Gemini on SVTV Africa, the rapper said Rudebwoy(Psquare) has no right to criticize Ghanaian artiste and describe him as not smart.

"Psquare(Rudebwoy) criticizing Ghanaian acts, first of all he himself is not smart and his brother too is not smart, you people are twins and doing good music then of all a sudden you start fighting yourself, he is not smart himself" he added.

Donzy furthered that, if an international artiste will criticize Ghanaian artists, not a defunct music duo, Psquare.

"I mean how can you twin brothers go on your separate ways after years of doing great music, So if an international artiste will criticize Ghanaian artistes, it is not Psquare who can't even resolve their own problems"

He noted that, he thinks something is wrong with (Square) Rudebwoy for him to make such comments and that, Ghanaians should not take him seriously.

Donzy is out with his latest banger YOU AND THE DEVIL which features award winning Fante rapper Kofi Kinaata. You don't need to be told what to expect when these two are on same jam.

Position yourself well before you come to me - Delay advises young women

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Television personality, Deloris Frimpong Manso has urged young women who want to be like her to position themselves well before coming to her. 

Given a motivational speech at the woman rising CEO SUMMIT, Delay said she receives lots of messages from young women who wants to be like her, this Delay said, there is the for young women to reposition themselves before coming close to her for advise.

"So if you are a young woman and you keep texting me Delay, I want to be like you, you need to reposition yourself before coming close to me, so you can become the brand you want to be in years to come"

Delay added that, there is also the need for young women to take the necessary risks in achieving their goals. 

She furthered that, for young women to sustain their brands, it is imperative to know the brands you associate yourself with. 

"Building and position your brand, it is very important to take into consideration which brands you are associating yourself with" she noted. 

She challenge young women to go outside their comfort zones to attain greatness.

Forget English, Twi has taken me to places – Delay

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Popular Ghanaian show host, Deloris Frimpong Manso has disclosed that her outspoken Ghanaian language; Twi has taken her to many places where English would have limited her to.

Speaking at the woman rising CEO SUMMIT, Delay emphatically stated that she will not carry English on her shoulders like a badge of honor as many people cherish.

The controversial presenter said she will continue to communicate with the local language which she is comfortable with because it has taken her to many places and will continue to send her to places.

Delay noted that where her Twi has taken her to, people with a Masters Degree in English cannot go and that she will continue to be proud of her mother tongue.

She quoted:

“Where I’ll Go To With My Twi, You Can’t Go There With Your Masters Degree English” Says Delay

According to Delay, English Language is not something she’ll carry on her shoulders like a badge of honour. 

The cocky Tv Presenter made the statement in a video she shared, in which she was addressing some audience.

Ghana no longer has music industry - Streetbeatz

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Music Producer, Streetbeatz have disclosed that, there is no longer Music Industry in Ghana.

In an interview with host Ayisha Bayipa on SVTV Africa, the creative beat maker said, he sees no industry currently in Ghana and that everybody is doing his or her own thing.

He explained that, if there is a music industry, that means we have something standing for every Musician in Ghana.

"Actually, I see no industry currently in Ghana, I think everybody is doing his or her own thing right now because if we have an industry that means we should have something sustainable standing for every Musician in Ghana else we don't have anything call industry in Ghana."

Asked what we have currently in Ghana, he replied "I can't tell but this is not a Music Industry."

Streetbeatz furthered that, if the Ghana Industry will revive again, all relevant stakeholders must come together and have a stakeholders forum.

"I won't blame only one person, I blame everybody however the way forward is, all relevant stakeholders must come together and have a stakeholders forum to revive the Industry. "

Streetbeatz has produced amazing beats in Ghana and beyond.

Petrah urges fellow female artists to do more collaborations

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Petrah in an interview with SVTV Africa, has urged her fellow female musicians to do more collaborations to help build a strong industry.

The Manner record queen, said this in line with a question that urged her to change one thing in the music industry provided she was the MUSIGHA President.

“I have never thought of being in Obuor’s position, however, I think there should be more female collaborations. The men seem to be collaborating every now and then unlike the ladies’’. She said.

 According to her, she has been with her record label for two years now and her journey so far has been good. The body composer, also revealed that, she is looking forward to work with Stonebwoy following her collaboration with Reekado Banks.

I never stole Shawerz Beat - Possi Gee

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Ace Music Producer, Possi Gee has said that, he never stole Shawerz beat.

It will be recalled that, beat maker Shawerz was all over the place, saying he produce Shatta Wale's 'Ayoo' beat and not Possi Gee and that Possi Gee stole the beat.

But in an interview with host Ayisha Bayipa on SVTV Chat, Possi Gee denied stealing the beat and that he has no idea Shatta Wale will mention his name in the song.

He explained that, Shawerz, one of his young boys brought the beat to his studio for him to listen and give it to any artist.

He added that, after listening to the beat for a while, in the presence of Shawerz, he called Shatta Wale and told him about the the beat.

"I was there when Shawez, one of my boys brought the beat to my studio and said I should listen and give it to any artist, so I listened for a while and said this beat is good for Shatta Wale, so I called Shatta Wale in his presence and told Shatta I have something for him, so later when the song was out Shatta mentioned my name thinking I produced the beat"

Possi Gee added that, after hearing the song he called Shawerz and told him Shatta didn't your name, to which Shawerz responds, that's fine.

"When I heard about the song I quickly called Shawerz and told him, yo, Shatta didn't mention your name and Shawerz said oh cool no problem but later he went around saying I stole the beat"

Possi Gee noted that, he later went to Shawerz's studio to solve things amicably.

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