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I didn’t ever cast any aspersions against Lumba – Nana Acheampong

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Veteran highlife musician Nana Acheampong has denied begrudging his former group member, Charles Kwadwo Fosu, popularly known as Daddy Lumba.

Prior to their solo careers, Daddy Lumba and Nana Acheampong were together as ‘Lumba Brothers’.

Though many suggest that the split was not done in a friendly manner, Nana Acheampong, who is set to release a track titled ‘My baby’ tells Joy News’ MzGee, “I have never had a problem with my brother Daddy Lumba, we are still friends.”

According to him, he is still at a loss why people set their own questions and answer them regarding their break up.

He challenged those who care to ask Daddy Lumba whether their break up was as acrimonious as people are making it look.

“We sat down and we talked about it, Charle let’s go solo, we will meet again,” the Na Anka Ebeye Den hitmaker said hinting they are recording an album in 2018.

Asked how he intends to make an impact in an already crowded music industry after a hiatus, Nana Acheampong said there was a need for ace musicians like him to feature young talents in order to penetrate the market.

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Top 10 Most Expensive Schools in Ghana and their Fees(With Pictures)

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Ghana’s standard of education have improved overtime. Presently, ranked among the countries that have good schools.

When you talk about good schools in Ghana today, the question is no longer availability but affordability!

Majority of good Ghanaian schools are only for the high-end income earners, and they mostly follow international curriculum.

10. American International School (1 Jungle Road, East Legon)

Levels: Nursery, Primary,Secondary
Curriculum: American
Tuition: GH¢40,000
Website: www.aisaccra.org

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Kwaku Bonsam Warns President Akufo-Addo Over KUMACA Deaths

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Renowned Ghanaian fetish priest, Nana Kwaku Bonsam, has urged the President to quickly put in place a committee to see to it that rituals are performed in KUMACA.

According to Kwaku Bonsam, until this is done, the death and hospitalization of some students of the school will not end.

He disclosed on Hot 93.9FM the recent deaths in the school are being caused by ‘black magic’ or ‘juju’ planted in the school.

Though Kwaku Bonsam failed to mention the names of those who planted the ‘juju’, he said that was done as a means to gain recognition and prestige for KUMACA.Therefore, to avert the death and future reoccurrence, he recommends a spiritual cleansing for the school which must be allowed by the President and the school authority, stated a razzonline.com report.

“I advised President Akufo- Addo to take the recent happenings bizarre happenings in KUMACA serious.” “Something was planted in the school so he should not waste time in setting up committees to look into the death that is obviously spiritual and requires spiritual means in dealing with the issue,” he said.

Meanwhile, other ‘men of God’ have also blamed the current death situation on evil spirits invading the school.

Rev. Owusu Bempah and the Eagle Prophet have all said the KUMACA deaths are caused by evil spirits.

However, health officials have established that the KUMACA deaths are caused by the HINI Influenza Virus. Therefore, the Ghana Health Service has put measures in place to curb the spread of the virus and to assist the students who have already been affected.

 

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My Real Name Wasn’t Good Enough For The Brand That’s Why I Changed It-Nana Ama Mcbrown

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Many fans of celebrated Ghanaian actress, Nana Ama McBrown believe that is her original name but she has disclosed that the name was adopted somewhere along the line in pursuit of her acting career.

“When I was in school, my name was not Nana Ama McBrown.

I was born Felicity Ama Agyemang but an uncle of mine based in the USA who felt the name was not good enough to brand me properly chose McBrown for me.

There were times they will be mentioning Nana Ama McBrown and I will not respond because that was not my name and it was not in tune with what I had grown to be identified as. Branding is very important in one’s career”, she revealed during a presentation in this year’s ‘Tek Talk’ at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

According to her, Felicity Ama Agyemang was a very common name and difficult to brand and therefore bought into the idea for a change in name indicating that she has no regrets for how far it has brought her.

“Today when you mention McBrown everybody knows it is me. If I had maintained the Felicity you can imagine how many ladies in this hall will respond if I shout Felicity”

Source: mynewsgh.com

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