HOT AUDIO: DON’T JOKE ABOUT BLACK STARS PLANE CRASH – OWUSU BEMPAH TELLS GFA

HOT AUDIO: DON’T JOKE ABOUT BLACK STARS PLANE CRASH – OWUSU BEMPAH TELLS GFA. General Overseer of the Glorious Way Chapel, Rev Isaac Owusu Bempah has warned the Ghana Football Association (GFA) not to take a prophecy by a Christian prophet, predicting a fatal plane crash for the senior national team the Black Stars for granted. According to him, the prediction by Pastor Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, who is the General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel in Kumasi is a prove that his predictions about the Black Stars sometime last year was not an illusion. “Why are Ghanaians so quick to judge especially when a prophet predicts something bad about the




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JOYCE BLESSING LAUNCHES ALBUM

JOYCE BLESSING LAUNCHES ALBUM. One of the country’s outstanding gospel musicians, Joyce Blessing, last Sunday launched his latest album titled ‘Agyebum’ at the premises of Zylofon Media, located at East Legon. The album launch which was organised by Joyce Blessing’s management team was hosted by Silver Lady of Oman FM and Obed Duku. The event which attracted a number of personalities, including politicians, chiefs, pastors and stakeholders in the gospel music industry, witnessed a historic live musical performance from Joyce Blessing, SP Kofi Sarpong, Nana Ama McBrown and a host of others. The album launch was also used to launch Joyce Blessing’s needy foundation set to support the needy in




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HOT VIDEO: PASTOR DELIVERS MIRACLES TO FEMALE CONGREGANTS BY KISSING THEM

HOT VIDEO: PASTOR DELIVERS MIRACLES TO FEMALE CONGREGANTS BY KISSING THEM. A South Africa-based Nigerian pastor has thrown South Africans into a state of shock after a short video of one of his church sessions was televised on a local TV station. The pastor, who is said to be based at Rustenburg in the North West Province of South Africa is seen in the video, kissing a female congregant to during what appears to be a healing session. “By the power of the Holy Spirit, God is working here,” the pastor says, as another man behind him responds, “Yes, Lord!” The pastor then turns to the young light-skinned woman and




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WE’RE NOT LAZY – CLOGSAG REPLIES NANA ADDO

WE’RE NOT LAZY – CLOGSAG REPLIES NANA ADDO. The Civil and Local Government Staff Association of Ghana (CLOGSAG), has disputed President Akufo-Addo’s comments that the Ghanaian worker has a poor attitude to work, The President at the May Day Parade on Monday said some public sector workers after arriving at work, waste time praying and engaging in other unproductive activities and some even leave the office ahead of the official closing time. “We arrive at work late and then spend the first hour in prayer, we become clock watchers and leave in the middle of critical work because it is the official closing time. Everything comes to a stop when it




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AUDIO: MOST OF MY FRIENDS HAVE PARTED WAYS WITH ME AFTER I BECAME BORN AGAIN – MAJID

AUDIO: MOST OF MY FRIENDS HAVE PARTED WAYS WITH ME AFTER I BECAME BORN AGAIN – MAJID. Ghanaian actor Majid Michel has disclosed why he let go some friends who cannot help him achieve his goals he’s set for himself as a Christian. According to him, his vision determines his friends and so to be at a better position in serving God effectively he has to make room for those who will help him attain that goal, hence has shown the exit to those who can no more reason with him as a converted Christian. “If you’ve a plan or goal it determines the kinds of books you read, the




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I DO NOT USE JUJU – GOSPEL MUSICIAN ERNEST OPOKU

I DO NOT USE JUJU – GOSPEL MUSICIAN ERNEST OPOKU. Gospel musician Ernest Opoku has denied ever using black magic in his music career. His denial follows a video that went viral recently with a self-acclaimed prophetess warning Mr Opoku to stop using charms. In an interview with Hit FM’s Franky 5 on This Is Gospel, the musician refuted claims of using charms and accused the woman of peddling falsehood. “You can’t just sit down and make baseless allegations about someone while it is not true. “I do not use any charms; I do not know where to even consult fetish priests. I want the whole world to know all that




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TWI EXAMS IN GHANA SCHOOLS AND UP TO UNIVERSITIES ALL OVER IN GHANA ONCE A YEAR WE HOPE IN GHANA TODAY IS 6TH MARCH THEY WILL SPEAK AND WRITE THIER MOTHER LANGUAGE IN GHANA OF EVERY GHANAIANS SCHOOLS NOW AND EVERY EXAMS

TWI EXAMS IN GHANA SCHOOLS AND UP TO UNIVERSITIES ALL OVER IN GHANA ONCE A YEAR WE HOPE IN GHANA TODAY IS 6TH MARCH THEY WILL SPEAK AND WRITE THIER MOTHER LANGUAGE IN GHANA OF EVERY GHANAIANS SCHOOLS NOW AND EVERY EXAMS. WE HOPE GHANAIANS REMEMBER WHERE GHANA COUNTRY WAS BORN FROM….. EVEN WHEN I SPEAK ENGLISH…..CAN I SPEAK ONE OF  ORIGINAL GHANAIANS LANGUAGES….? Twerɛ krataa kɔma wo kyerɛkyerɛni na srɛ kwan sɛ worentumi mma sukuu ɔkyena: Post Office Adaka 85, Asikam, Eastern. Ɔpɛpɔn 17, 2017. Ɔkyerεkyerεni Pa, Ɛyε me anigye pii, ei kafra, εyε me awerεhoɔ pii sε meretwerε wo saa krataa yi. Mepa wo kyεw, ɔkyena deɛ, εnnyε




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FAKE PROPHETS DUPE SCORES OF GH¢298,000, TWO VEHICLES

FAKE PROPHETS DUPE SCORES OF GH¢298,000, TWO VEHICLES. The suspects, Joseph Braimah, 22, and Derick Kweku Sakyi Baisie, 31 (alias Kweku Money) Two self-styled pastors are in the grip of the police for allegedly defrauding more than 400 people by giving them fake prophecies. The suspects, identified as Joseph Braimah, 22, and Derick Kweku Sakyi Baisie, 31 (alias Kweku Money), are said to target well-established traders and other personalities, mainly in the Greater Accra Region and other parts of the country. They were nabbed after some victims reported their activities to the police. So far, the police have received reports from five victims who have been duped to the tune




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AN ENTIRE MANHATTAN VILLAGE OWNED BY BLACK PEOPLE WAS DESTROYED TO BUILD CENTRAL PARK

AN ENTIRE MANHATTAN VILLAGE OWNED BY BLACK PEOPLE WAS DESTROYED TO BUILD CENTRAL PARK. Three churches, a school, and dozens of homes were demolished. Prominent abolitionist Albro Lyons and Mary Joseph Lyons were residents of Seneca Village. (NY Public Library) From the picture you see there. When Reverend Christopher Rush laid the cornerstone of the First African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church in 1853, he placed in it a time capsule, a box that contained a bible, a hymn book, and copies of two New York papers, The Tribune and The Sun. These were mementos for future New Yorkers. Rush, who escaped slavery and became the second ordained bishop of the AME




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WE NOW HAVE A “WISE MAN” AS PRESIDENT – PROF. MARTEY

WE NOW HAVE A “WISE MAN” AS PRESIDENT – PROF. MARTEY. The former Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana Rt. Rev. Professor Emmanuel Martey is confident Ghana is now on the right path for accelerated development. According to him, President Nana Akufo-Addo as a “wise man” with the right policies and strategies to transform the socio-economic conditions of Ghana. “There are so many wise men in the country and we have gotten one to lead” he told Adom News’ Kofi Adoma in an exclusive interview on the sidelines of the inauguration ceremony of the fourth Republic of Ghana at the Black Star Square on Saturday. The former Presby Moderator




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