MEET THE CRYPTO OFFICERS: HOW THE INTERNET IS CONTROLLED BY 14 PEOPLE WITH SEVEN SECRET KEYS.

MEET THE CRYPTO OFFICERS: HOW THE INTERNET IS CONTROLLED BY 14 PEOPLE WITH SEVEN SECRET KEYS. Latest figures show 3.6 billion people use the worldwide web / Shutterstock. Global domain name systems are secured at highest levels by a handful of people. It sounds like something out of a Dan Brown book, but it isn’t: The whole internet is protected by seven highly protected keys in the hands of 14 people. They hold a historic ritual known as the Root Signing Ceremony. Recently,  the world got a good reminder about the importance of the organisation these people belong to. A good chunk of the internet went down for a while when hackers managed to throw so much traffic at a

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EBONY NEEDS GUIDANCE NOT CONDEMNATION – ARNOLD ASAMOAH-BAIDOO.(PHOTOS)

EBONY NEEDS GUIDANCE NOT CONDEMNATION – ARNOLD ASAMOAH-BAIDOO.(PHOTOS) I cannot recount the last time any female musician in Ghana generated so much talk and instigated so much controversy for both her artistry and branding. In fact, no female act has enjoyed such dominance with the music, the stagecraft and all other stuff that comes with it – but Ebony is altering the status quo. The 20-year old is having such a blistering year, releasing chart-topping songs, commandeering stellar performances and of course, eliciting so much banter for her brand positioning. The Ebony brand has become so popular to the extent that any song she releases makes the headline; every appearance

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VIDEO: SHATTA WALE DECLARES NIGERIAN MUSIC BANNED IN GHANA.

VIDEO: SHATTA WALE DECLARES NIGERIAN MUSIC BANNED IN GHANA. Ghanaian dancehall artiste Shatta Wale wants Nigerian music banned from the shores of Ghana. The self-acclaimed dancehall king has been in the news in recent times, following his ‘beef’ with Nigerian act Wizkid. However, he is now set to stir more controversy after claiming Nigerian music should not be played in Ghana at all. Shatta Wale wants Nigerian music banned from Ghana. Shatta Wale has been signed as an ambassador for Storm Energy drink – a new product from indigenous beverage manufacturers, Kasapreko Company Limited. The ‘ayoo’ hit maker was subsequently unveiled as brand ambassador for the newly produced drink at

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AWURAMA BADU DESERVES STATE BURIAL – FAMILY.

AWURAMA BADU DESERVES STATE BURIAL – FAMILY. The Aduana Family of legendary highlife artiste Awurama Badu has appealed to the Nana Akufo-Addo led government to give their beloved relative a state burial hence her contribution music in the country was spectacular. In an interview with Metro FM’s Rev. Alexander Afrifa, spokesperson for the Aduana Family – Mavis Kwarkye Mensah said, the late Awurama Badu’s contributions to the entertainment industry are worthy of such a ceremony. “We all the family members would be of a great honor to the government if we get a befitting burial for our beloved because she has contributed immensely to the entertainment industry. She has been a mentor,

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PHOTOS: SHATTA WALE FINALLY VISITS AKUFO-ADDO AT FLAGSTAFF HOUSE.

PHOTOS: SHATTA WALE FINALLY VISITS AKUFO-ADDO AT FLAGSTAFF HOUSE. Ghanaian dancehall musician, Charles Nii Armah, known in showbiz as Shatta Wale, has paid a courtesy call on President Nana Akufo-Addo at the Flagstaff House on Wednesday, November 1. Nana Akufo-Addo, on Tuesday, October 17 took to Twitter to wish Shatta Wale a happy birthday in pidgin English and invited him over to the seat of government. Wednesday’s visit comes days after the “Kakai” hit-maker released a single track in appreciation of the President’s tweet.                 BY: YAW PREKOH-METRO FM. FOR ADVERTISED IN OUR WEBPAGE  CONTACT  ghanamediaworld@gmail.com  OR visit www.ghanamediaworld.com WE PUBLISHED 99% GHANA

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VETERAN MUSICIAN AWURAMA BADU PASSES ON.

VETERAN MUSICIAN AWURAMA BADU PASSES ON. Veteran highlife musician Awurama Badu has died. She passed away at the Effiduase Government Hospital in the Ashanti Region on Thursday, 26thOctober, 2017 around 9pm. She died at the age of 72. The cause of her death is not yet known but sources say the singer had been ill for some time.The President of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) Bice Osei Kuffuor, has on behalf of the union confirmed the death of the legendary highlife musician through this statement:“The Musicians Union of Ghana announces with heavy heart the demise of ace highlife musician Awurama Badu.The musician who had been sick for a while

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STOP SEEKING MY DOWNFALL — PATAPAA.

STOP SEEKING MY DOWNFALL — PATAPAA. Not in a long time has a musician had to face the kind of backlash that hiplife artiste, Patapaa is facing. Since the Agona Swedru-based artiste released his song One Corner, he has faced opposition from all angles; from some members of the public, preachers and even his colleague musicians. The problem has not been the song, which by all standards is very ordinary, but in the accompanying dance which sees people gyrating and making other sexually suggestive gestures and to many, that is just too much to see.Patapaa, born Justice Amoah, tells Showbiz he did not expect to make enemies when he released

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PATAPAA WON’T PERFORM FOR Ȼ1,000 – MANAGER TO RTP ORGANISERS.

PATAPAA WON’T PERFORM FOR Ȼ1,000 – MANAGER TO RTP ORGANISERS. Swedru-based artiste, Patapaa will not perform at this year’s Radio and Television Personality (RTP) Awards slated for this month despite reports to the contrary. Manager for the ‘One Corner’ hitmaker, Godfred Bokpin said there is no contract between them and organsers of the Awards. In an interview with Prince Tsegah on Hitz FM’s Showbiz Fylla last week, he said RTP organisers had offered Ȼ1,000 for the artiste to perform at the event but they rejected it because of the meagre money involved. “And all the person [one of the organisers] could say was, we want to put your boy on

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HOT VIDEO: MUSLIM WOMEN JOIN ‘ONE CORNER’ DANCE CRAZY.

HOT VIDEO: MUSLIM WOMEN JOIN ‘ONE CORNER’ DANCE CRAZY. In spite of the punishment meted out to some students of an Islam school for joining the ‘One Corner’ dance craze, it has not deterred their sisters and mothers from repeating their mistakes. At what look like a wedding ceremony in a Muslim community, some young lady are seen dancing to the popular song by Swedru-based artiste, Patapaa. The dance and song, currently the biggest song in the country, has seen people go gaga by either perching on whatever object is before them, go under cars, chairs or whatever while others isolate themselves on the ground to do a wild gyrating

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WOMAN GOES TOPLESS DURING RAPPER’S PERFORMANCE IN HO

WOMAN GOES TOPLESS DURING RAPPER’S PERFORMANCE IN HO. Kwaw Kese found himself speechless when a female fan at an event in Ho in the Volta Region went topless in order to show her love for the artiste. Ghanaian music star, Kwaw Kese found himself speechless when a female fan at an event in Ho in the Volta Region went topless in order to show her love for the artiste. Kwaw Kese found himself speechless when a female fan at an event in Ho in the Volta Region went topless in order to show her love for the artiste. The female fan, however, was clothed with a brassiere which concealed her

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REGGIE ROCKSTONE ENDORSES VVICE

REGGIE ROCKSTONE ENDORSES VVICE. Hiplife Grandpapa Reggie Rockstone known for identifying good music has endorsed VVICE, a fast-rising Afrobeat artiste hinting that his new single “Ajo” will be the talk of town as it takes over the music industry in the country. Expressing his love for the latest hit “Ajo”, Reggie Rockstone is optimistic the song will go international. According to him, a bright future awaits VVICE hence has pledged to support his career because he’s different from other young chaps. “I am paying extra attention to him because of his determination. I just feel this guy is a big act and I must do everything to let him make

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