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Kwesi Ernest is Board Chairman of GMA-USA

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CEO of Don's Music Production and Executive Director of Ghana Music Awards USA, Dennis Boafo aka Don D has revealed that Mr. Ernest Kwesi Ennin has been elected as the board chairman of GMA-USA.
Besides Kwesi Ernest’s election as board chair, Kusi Mensah aka Capito has also been elected to serve as the board secretary.

Explaining the process that went into the election of Kwesi Ernest as the board chairman of GMA-USA, Don D said at the first meeting of the board on Friday January 10, the team made up of several distinguished personalities in the Ghanaian entertainment industry unanimously voted for Mr. Kwesi Ernest to lead and coordinate activities of the Board ahead of the maiden edition of the GMA USA.
He mentioned that the Board also elected US based radio broadcaster and social media influencer, Mr. Kusi Mensah aka Capito as its secretary at the same meeting.

Highlighting Mr. Kwesi Ernest’s extensive experience, Don D said Kwesi Ernest is a former Regional Chairman of the Musicians Union of Ghana, Greater Accra, a music producer, song writer, Artiste Manager, Set Designer, Event Planner and a Music Consultant by profession.
“He has worked both in Europe, Canada, London and Africa, and is heavily respected in the area of event organization. Over the years, Kwesi Ernest has undertaken various projects and events. He is undoubtedly the best choice for the job and we have no doubt that he will steer the affairs of the GMA USA successfully ensuring we have an awards ceremony we can all be proud of, he added.

Other members of the Board who are expected to be unveiled at the official launch of the GMA USA are Mr. Kwame Micky, President of the Creative Arts Council Mr. Mark Okraku Mantey, Samuel Atuobi Baah, Mr. Samuel Ofosu, Mr. Gideon Boadi, Mr. Michael Ansah Agyei, Mr. Quofi Okyeame.
Others are Mr. Dennis K. Boafo, Mr. Kusi Mensah and CEO of 2Geez Entertainment Mr. Godfred Wiafe.

The GMA-USA scheme is organized by Don’s Music Production in collaboration with 2Geez Entertainment and Highlife Media. It seeks to recognize and reward hard working iconic Ghanaian musicians across Ghana and America. The launch of this maiden edition will be held on January 18, 2020 at 915 NJ-73 MT Laurel Township, New Jersey 08054 at exactly 7pm.





I will never allow my daughter to become a fetish priest – Nana Agrada

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Patricia Asieduaa, popularly known as Nana Agradaa, a fetish priestess, has solemnly promised to do all she can to make sure her daughter will never become a fetish priestess. Speaking in an exclusive interview on SVTV Africa, the priestess, when asked if she will allow her daughter join priesthood, she told host DJ Nyaami that, she will never allow that in her lifetime.

“I will never allow my child to join priesthood. When you’re doing this kind of work, people don’t like to get close to you. A gospel artiste once invited me to her album launch, I gave and supported her with money, but when she was acknowledging the people who helped her on TV, she failed to mention Nana Agradaa because she was shy to mention a fetish priestess. Looking at all these, I would not allow my daughter to become a fetish priestess.”
Pointing out on people who visit her shrine a lot, she noted that, about eighty percent of them are Christians including politicians.
“A lot of politicians visit me, but when they go to church, they will be thanking pastors. Have you heard someone acknowledging a fetish priest in public before? So it’s hypocrisy. These same people who go to church come to me for help and about 80% of people who visit me are Christians.” She added.
The priestess added that, no man, can change her except God.
Nana Agradaa, who is also a TV presenter on Thunder TV has been nominated in this year’s Radio and Television Personality Awards in the ‘Television Discovery Of The Year’ category.



VIDEO: I wept over my childlessness for years – Mcbrown recounts

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Actress Nana Ama Mcbrown has recounted the ordeal she went through years of childlessness after marriage indicating she wept during the period.

The versatile actress cum television host, revealed to colleague women at a recent event covered by SVTV Africa and monitored by that the situation would have been different if she was only dating.

Her account which left patrons of the 2019 edition of Women in worship 2019 in tears was both inspiring and pathetic as she said “I have a lot to talk about. My sisters I have cried a lot. If you are dating and you are unable to give birth it is a not a big deal…but if you court your trouble and go torment God through prayer and he gives you a man as a husband and for a longer period you are unable to conceive and give to birth that will be the beginning of your woes.

According to her, many in various homes may be going through the same ordeal but urged them to trust in God for a miracle

“I know many are here and they are going through what I went through. I am not a preacher, I am not a singer…I am a concert woman but I am not here for that today. If you have money you cannot buy childbirth am I lying? If your father is even a doctor he may not be able to help”, she added

The actress for several years was steadfast in the lord and he has answered her prayers after she gave birth to her first baby with her current husband Maxwell some months ago.




Yaa Pono Made Me Sell My Fridge – Ghanaian Musician

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Accra based artiste by name, 2Sure, in an interview with DJ. Nyame on SVTV AFRICA, has said that, Ghana’s favorite rapper, Yaa Pono (Ponobiom), made him sell his Fridge for a collaboration.

According to him, he wanted to feature Ponobiom on his song at a fee of Three Thousand (3,000) Ghana Cedis; an amount that was charged by Ponobiom.

He said, in order to get the required amount, so that, the collaboration becomes possible, he sold his Fridge at half the charged amount.

However, upon calling the rap god, that, he now has half of the money, he told him to fight for the remaining, before he can put his voice on the song.

‘’I sold the Fridge at 1,500 cedis, hoping that at least he could consider, but he insisted, I should get the exact amount before we can work’’.

‘’Even as I sit here today, I still call him, but funny enough, he hasn’t increase nor decrease, he still demands for 3,000 cedis.

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