Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com
The ‘Go Higher’ hit singer will be marrying Dr Louisa Ansong, who graduated as a Dentist from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in last year.
A special invitation for the event has been circulating on social media although the venue for the event has not been indicated.
The news has taken social media by storm notably because the two are not an item as no one seem to know the two were dating and how long they have been together.
Sources close to the Dancehall artiste have confirmed to Myjoyonline.com that the event will take place on Friday and it is the BET Awards’ winner plan to keep it private.
As things stand now, speculations are rife that one of the special guests for the ceremony, which will take place in Accra, leaked the invitation online.
Dr Ansong, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Denkyi African Sole, graduated from the KNUST with flying colours. She won multiple academic awards of excellence at the school.
ACE comedian and actor, Abusuapenin Judas, has described two of Ghana’s much loved Kumawood comedians cum actors, Lilwin and Agya Koo as kids when it comes to experience in their craft.
THE Paramount Chief of the Manya Krobo Traditional Area, Nene Sackite II, has chided Sarkodie for his rap in Kurl Songx’s ‘Jennifer Lomotey,’ describing it as demeaning to Krobo women.
GRAMMY Awards nominee, Rocky Dawuni, joined Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau to celebrate World Environment Day which was hosted by the Government of Canada.
IN a profession which has an attrition rate as fleeting as the love of a playboy to a new found girl, one woman has remained so faithful to her second love - journalism.
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | Ernest Dela Aglanu
Hiplife artiste Kontihene has quit his church of ten years because they criticised the dressing of a visitor.
WHILE Ghanaians, particularly the gospel music fraternity, are celebrating Joe Mettle’s Artiste of the Year win as a first for the genre, it has emerged that he is not.
Apparently, gospel music group, Daughters of Glorious Jesus achieved that feat in 2004 when they bagged the Artiste of the Year award.
GOSPEL musician Joe Mettle has declared the flood gates are now opened for gospel artistes to win the ‘Artiste of the Year’ title at Ghana Music Awards.
After successful breaking the long-awaited jinx that has seen no gospel artiste win the award since the inception of the awards in 2000, Joe Mettle believes that winning the award has opened the gate for others to win.