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Written by on 5 May 2016

I was privileged to be a crew member for one of the media houses in association with the Christian Community Music Awards (CCMA). The awards ceremony took place at the Charismatic Evangelistic Ministries (CEM), North Legon in Accra. On the 1st of May 2016, most of Ghanaian gospel music lovers trooped into the main auditorium […]

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SPANKING NEW MUSIC: Tech Life (KojoGee & Skyscrapa)

Written by on 5 May 2016

Are you in Knust or any other tertiary institution? I bet you can relate to this song. (TECH LIFE by KojoGee & Skyscraper prod. By Spider64) This is a song by two upcoming  artistes from KNUST ,KojoGee a final year Telecom Engineering student and Skyscraper, a third year painting and Sculpture student. This song truly […]

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Guns And Roses

Written by on 15 April 2016

The church auditorium of Tesano Baptist Church, Tesano, was filled with capacity by the time we got there in Eddy Koomson’s car. He was the groom and I, Kojo Kumi, was his best man. Even me, I get to be a best man. I couldn’t hide my joy. I laughed some more and opened the […]

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sparkzuta international models

One Night In California : Spotlights

Written by on 21 February 2016

Model:Dorothy. Designer: Akushika Agency : Sparkzuta Int’l Models. She is A model under development #2weeks old. Event: A private fashion show for Akushika @One night in California . Venue : Vienna City, Circle, Accra. Photographer :Phloshop

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Written by on 14 February 2016

Single sex schools have arguably been accepted as the better type of senior high education experience in Ghana especially. “Forget what you’re saying kraa. Lemme take you through a typical Saturday in a boys’ school”. Read on. Don’t get too excited. Lol. From dawn or early morning, you would hear the house prefect or any […]

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BASS CLINIC VI – The Ultra Edition

Written by on 3 February 2016

In 2009, the most sought after music seminar in West Africa was birthed by one of the most outstanding Bass players and entrepreneur Opoku Agyemang Sanaa. The maiden edition saw a turn up of about 150 people only. The vision of the music clinic was to equip and train gospel musicians (singers, instrumentalists, event organizers, […]

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Written by on 30 January 2016

“You’ve been hired”, said Mr. Agyenim Boateng, aka, Papa Stone, as I later came to know him for. I couldn’t believe my eyes and I thought my mind was playing tricks on me. I looked down on the floor just to be sure if my legs were there, and behold they were right under my […]

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My Walk With Death

Written by on 16 January 2016

I remember the day I died clearly like it was just yesterday although it happened many years ago. It was on a sunny day in the month of October, I was on my way back from school;Sunnyside International School, Lapaz. A young boy in his third year of junior high school when the enveloping mist […]

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