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Gender Minister Pledges Support For Miss Ghana

Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection Cynthia Morrison, Minister for Gender, Children & Social Protection, has pledged to support the Miss Ghana brand to win back its old glory. The minister, who is obviously not happy with how some persons have been soiling the Miss Ghana brand, said she would be helping showcase the positives about the oldest and the longest running annual beauty contest in Ghana. This, she believes, would make the brand more attractive than it is now. “Now that I am involved in the pageant, I will make sure that positives are mostly spoken of,” she announced on Friday. She was speaking at the launch of the 2019 edition of Miss Ghana pageant at Tang Place Hotel in Accra when she made the announcement. The Miss Ghana brand has, in the last few years, suffered negative publicities after three former winners of the pageant came out in December 2017 to paint a gloomy picture of the beauty event, alleging that they were ‘pimped’ by the organisers…
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Trigmatic Stages ‘My Life’ Concert After Accident

Rapper Trigmatic will be staging ‘My Life’ concert this Friday in Kumasi days after he was involved in a car accident.
 The rapper was travelling back to Accra from Takoradi, where he had gone to give a talk at a seminar on artiste and media relations as part of the RTC Western Music Awards.
 The driver of the rented car he was travelling with drove into an articulator truck parked on the road with no warning signs.
The accident took place on Sunday, March 17, 2019, around 6:30, but no one got injured in the process. “We thank all well wishers for their prayers and support. Let’s continue to thank God for his grace and Trigmatic’s life, whiles (sic)pushing for safer roads and driving in our country,” Trigmatic said in a statement on Monday.
The ‘My Life’ concert in Kumasi is part of his nationwide 10-year music anniversary tour and to thank God for saving his life.
 The concert will come off at the Ol’lady Sport Bar & Lounge in Kumasi on March 22, with supporting performances fr…

Chichi Neblett Wins Award In USA

Actress Chichi Neblett’s ‘Brown Sugar; The Wedding’ movie has been adjudged best film at the 2019 edition of Liberian Entertainment Awards (LEA) in the USA.
 This year’s LEA was held at the Howard Theatre in Washington D.C., where a number of Liberian showbiz personalities and filmmakers were honoured for their contributions to their entertainment industry. Among winners were Aminata Jajua, Monsio Couture and Comfort Koon, who were adjudged best model, designer and gospel artiste respectively. Chichi won for the film category with ‘Brown Sugar’, and she has been thanking God and her team for it. “Thanks to all of you for your support. Your votes got this for me…my cast Ike Ogbonna, Toosweet Annan  Beverly Afaglo Princess Shyngle  Roselyn Ngissah @iam_masterqueen Jonathan Boadu @lovette13 @jplambur_gh  @giftywashington & crew; @sammytuger. Here we are….my babe brown sugar the wedding Won best movie at the LEA in the United States. To my strong brother @jayuboye who has been the…

‘We Want To Assist Celebrities To Own Properties’- On Point Property Management

Anna Agyekum-Wilson, CEO of On Point Property Management, has emphasized the need for showbiz personalities to start investing into properties at every level of their careers. Speaking at the launch of her company at the Alisa Hotel in Accra, she said the company which is originally based in the UK has opened its doors to also help celebrities in Ghana achieve their dreams in the property industry. According to her, the company is also ready to assist others to own properties in the UK. “I think it’s important for celebrities to have investments not just in Ghana but also in the UK… So we can talk to them how to invest because we have private client services that we search properties for working individuals,” she told NEWS-ONE recently. Ann and her sister, Victoria Agyekum, launched On Point Property Management Limited in UK in 2015. It is a 360° company which combines, property sourcing (UK & Ghana), bespoke personalised tours to Ghana and Ghana property and lifestyle expo, …

‘I Am No More Called Obrafour’

Renowned hiplife artiste Michael Kwabena Okyere Darko says he does not want to be called by his stage name, ‘Obrafour’, anymore. The rapper, who rose to fame with the release of his much-acclaimed album titled ‘Pae Mu Ka’ in 1999, has decided to drop his stage name. Speaking with Franky 5 on This Is Gospel on Hitz FM, the artiste revealed that he prefers the name ‘Rap Sofo’. “Now I wouldn’t want to be called Obrafour anymore. I am saying this for the first time here,” the rapper said. When asked why he decided to let go of the name ‘Obrafour’ and stick to ‘Rap Sofo’, he stated that he was divinely influenced to use the latter name. “I don’t know. There is something pushing me. I have said that I wouldn’t want to do anything in my own will and accord but wait to hear the voice of God,” he added. The rapper also revealed that the Twi word ‘sofo’, which means pastor, has had an effect on him ever since the accolade ‘Rap Sofo’ was added to his stage name, ‘Obrafour’. Michael Kwabe…

‘Gov’t Can’t Build Creative Arts Industry In 4 Years’

Actor Ecow Smith-Asante is not convinced any Ghanaian government can build or help develop the creative arts industry the way it should within a period of four or eight years. Speaking in an interview with NEWS-ONE, he said because showbiz is always the least on the priority list of every party which comes to power, “the problems of this our industry cannot be solved by governments.” “If they take oil, education and roads, all these things are good for the country. I mean these are basic necessities that every country should have. So until they solve all these things, which I doubt, they ever finish. Our industry which is the showbiz industry is always like a top-up. They are not realising the income it can generate because they have not paid attention it because they don’t understand it,” he indicated. However, Ecow believes that can change if there is a national developmental agenda that all governments must follow. He has suggested there should be a system that requires a deve…

Inna Patty Sues Ex-Miss Ghana Queens For Defamation

Miss Ghana 2010 Stephanie Karikari and others have been dragged to an Accra High Court by Inna Mariam Patty and Exclusive Events Ghana Limited (EEGL).
 Inna, who is also Miss Ghana 2004 winner and the CEO of EEGL, in a lawsuit spotted by NEWS-ONE, seeks to clear her name of allegations by the ex- queens that she has turned the Miss Ghana pageant into an “escort agency”. In December 2017, three former winners of the Miss Ghana pageant painted a gloomy picture of the beauty event, alleging that they were pimped by the organisers. The queens— Stephanie Karikari (Miss Ghana 2010), Antoinette Delali Kemavor Miss (Ghana 2015) and Giuseppina Nana Akua Baafi )Miss Ghana 2013) — spoke to entertainment website and claimed they were sometimes pimped to raise money to support the pageant run by Inna Mariam Patty and Exclusive Event Ghana. Inna had subsequently denied the allegations, but she is also in court to seek a legal redress of the matter to clear her name and the …