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Ghanaian comedian, Derrick Kobina Bonney aka DKB has invoked curses on events company Charterhouse for what he describes as ”plunging Ghanaian comedy in a deplorable state.” Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Neat FM monitored by thepublisheronline.com, DKB indicated that Charterhouse in the past insulted Ghanaian comedians and described them as not funny. According to

Ghanaian millionaire, Cheddar, who now goes by the name Freedom Jacob Caeser, is once again showing us how living luxurious is like. The real estate mogul who has now devoted his time for Pan African activism has taken delivery of a new customized gold iPhone which he unboxed in a video shared on social media. According to Freedom Jacob Caeser, the gold on the apple device is 24-carat. Taking out the phone from a briefcase, he said it’s a present from a good friend of his. “When I received this case a lot of things going through my head, it’s like you have the 2020 technological information to change this world”. The phone came with another gold plated phone case with its other devices which the Ghanaian millionaire showed off. The customized phone also has his name written on it.

When Strika starred in the same movie, Beast of No Nation as Abraham Attah in 2015, things took a different turn for the latter as he progressed and now schools abroad but for the former it was a different story. Strika about a year ago was seen on the street hawking something that shook the entertainment industry considering the fact that the proceeds he got from that particular movie was enough to change his life but as it stands that is not the case. Real name Emmanuel Nii Adokwei , Strika in an interview with Abraham Offei of Glovantis Multimedia blamed his inability to be on the same page as his colleague Abraham Attah on his stubbornness. “I would say I am here because of my stubbornness, I believe that if I had taken life, the opportunities and myself seriously, I would not be here today. Unlike me, Abraham took…

African leaders are expected to sit down on Tuesday for a virtual meeting about Ethiopia’s controversial mega-dam across the Blue Nile. It comes after recent talks between Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt ended without a deal. Ethiopia hopes the dam will bring electricity to tens of millions of its people currently living without access to regular power, but Egypt – which gets most of its freshwater from the Nile – is concerned that it will threaten its water supply. After almost a decade of construction, the reservoir behind the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is starting to fill up without a hoped for deal between Ethiopia and the downstream countries of Sudan and Egypt. Ethiopia is keen to start generating electric power as soon as possible but Egypt and Sudan want guarantees that essential water supplies will not be reduced. Previous attempts to arrive at an agreement have not borne fruit. The…

A coronavirus vaccine developed by the University of Oxford appears safe and triggers an immune response. Trials involving 1,077 people showed the injection led to them making antibodies and T-cells that can fight coronavirus. The findings are hugely promising, but it is still too soon to know if this is enough to offer protection and larger trials are under way. The UK has already ordered 100 million doses of the vaccine.How does the vaccine work? The vaccine – called ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 – is being developed at unprecedented speed. It is made from a genetically engineered virus that causes the common cold in chimpanzees. It has been heavily modified, first so it cannot cause infections in people and also to make it “look” more like coronavirus. Scientists did this by transferring the genetic instructions for the coronavirus’s “spike protein” – the crucial tool it uses to invade our cells – to…

Police in Burundi have arrested 12 people, including local administrators, on charges of robbing residents returning from neighbouring Tanzania, a police spokesman said. The arrests in southern Makamba province took place two days after security minister Gervais Ndirakobuca warned police and administration officials against engaging in bribery and other corrupt practices. Police spokesman Pierre Nkurikiye said the 12 arrested included three administration officials he said had robbed citizens of their money after they returned from working in Tanzania. “They stripped their victims of their belongings and money. And those who escaped paid exorbitant amounts of money as transportation fees to reach their home villages,” he said in comments aired on state television. Burundi’s new president, Evariste Ndayishimiye, took office last month promising to unite the country and uphold citizens’ rights. Rights groups have accused local administrators, security services and the youth wing of the ruling party of torture, gang-rape and…

A Ghanaian woman has narrated her connection to the spiritual underworld and her exploits there at night. Speaking to Arnold Elavanyo on his Vibes in 5 show, the lady who identified herself as Nyevile aka Born Star, a budding musician said her connection to the spiritual realms started even before her mother conceived her. She revealed that her mother had trouble conceiving but a prophetess helped her to take a seed, but with a caveat, that the baby when born, must be dedicated to the sea or she will die. She claims as a baby, her parents heeded to the words of the prophetess and sent her to the sea, dedicated her and left the infant Nyevile in the sea for 4 days. During those days, she continued, she was taken to the spiritual underworld to meet her other family and acquaint herself with the activities of the new world.…

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