First son of Lighthouse Chapel’s Bishop Dag Heward-Mills dies

First son of Lighthouse Chapel’s Bishop Dag Heward-Mills dies

David Heward-Mills died aged 31 as a medical doctor in the US. He was a psychiatrist in Columbia, South Carolina and received his medical degree from Vinnica State Medical University Dr David Heward-Mills, the first son of the founder and presiding bishop of Lighthouse Group of Churches (UD-OLGC), formerly known as Lighthouse Chapel International (LCI), Bishop Dag Heward-Mills has died in the US, the church announced on Saturday. Heward-Mills died aged 31 as a medical doctor in the US. He was a psychiatrist in Columbia, South Carolina and received his medical degree from Vinnica State Medical…

I have a rich dad; Black Sherif says as he discloses father’s business [+Video]

I have a rich dad; Black Sherif says as he discloses father’s business [+Video]

Sensational Ghanaian Hip-hop and Trap musician,  Black Sherif has recently opened up about his family in an interview on Okay FM. Black Sherif, born Mohammed Ismail Sherif, has shared that his father is a rich man contrary to the thoughts of some fans. The 20-year-old Ghanaian musician rose to fame with a song that tells the story of how he has been forced to be hustling on the streets. Fans have perceived that the narrative in his “Sermon” singles means he (Kawku Frimping) may be coming from a poor background. However,…

Marriage is luck; don’t waste time praying for it – Actress [+Video]

Marriage is luck; don’t waste time praying for it – Actress [+Video]

Ghanaian actress, Efe Sika has stated that she would rather pray about her life than pray fervently about their marriage because marriage cannot be forced. Speaking on SVTV Africa with DJ Nyaami, Efe indicated that even though she is married she never prayed or cried out about her marriage. She knew it was all luck. “I never prayed for marriage. I’m not saying this because I am married. I have not finished praying about my life and salvation so why waste time praying for marriage. It is luck. Of you’re…

Hawa Koomson’s son ties knot in colorful ceremony [+Photos]

Hawa Koomson’s son ties knot in colorful ceremony [+Photos]

Son of the Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development, Mavis Hawa Koomson has tied the knot in a colorful ceremony. Mr Ato Koomson married his sweetheart, Jasmine Akortus in a glamorous traditional wedding ceremony that took place on New Year’s eve at a private venue in Accra. Scenes from the event captured rich and diverse Ghanaian culture; a combination of Ashanti and Northern cultures. The star-studded event saw dignitaries from various sectors grace the occasion. Proud mother, Hawa Koomson was dressed in her Kente to support her son. The white…

Kennedy Agyapong confirms brain surgery to remove a tumor

Kennedy Agyapong confirms brain surgery to remove a tumor

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central in the Central Region, Mr Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has spoken publicly about his health and explained he recently underwent a brain surgery in the United States of America (USA), which cost US$283,000 to remove a tumor. In a radio interview with a local radio station at Assin Fosu in the Central Region on Thursday (December 30, 2021), Mr Agyapong denied reports that he had a stroke. He said he slipped in the bathroom and knocked his head, the right side of his…

South Africa holds state funeral for Archbishop Desmond Tutu

South Africa holds state funeral for Archbishop Desmond Tutu

The funeral mass for South African anti-apartheid campaigner Archbishop Desmond Tutu has taken place at the Anglican cathedral in Cape Town. Tutu, a Nobel Peace Prize winner who helped end the racist regime in South Africa, died last Sunday aged 90. In his eulogy, President Cyril Ramaphosa described Tutu as “the spiritual father of our new nation”. Tutu had insisted there should be no “lavish spending” on the funeral. He wanted “the cheapest available coffin”. Family, friends, clergy and politicians were among those who gathered at St George’s Cathedral for…

Akuapem Poloo Spotted Dancing Happily Following Release from Jail – First Video Drops

Akuapem Poloo Spotted Dancing Happily Following Release from Jail – First Video Drops

Rosemond Brown aka Akuapem Poloo has been spotted happily dancing as she drops her first post-imprisonment video. The actress is obviously jubilant after being freed by the Court of Appeal, ensuring she would not spend the upcoming yuletide behind bars. Poloo instead has had to pay a Ghc 12,000 fine and is now a free woman. As is her usual custom, Poloo has jumped onto social media to continue her nuisance lifestyle. In jubilant fashion, she’s dancing in a video to let you know how happy she is. Watch her video below……

I Was A Virgin When I Married – Joyce Blessing Responds To Cheating Rumours

I Was A Virgin When I Married – Joyce Blessing Responds To Cheating Rumours

Ghanaian gospel musician Joyce Blessing says she was a virgin when she married her husband Dave Joy. Joyce Blessing has been accused of cheating on her husband and lying about the biological father of her kids on many platforms. Few weeks ago, rumor came out that the husband of Joyce Blessing got the shock of his life after conducting a DNA test to be sure he was the biological father of their three children. The test, according to Kwesi Aboagye, was conducted at the blind side of Joyce Blessing. The reports claimed…

Ajumako district records 25 pregnant girls at BECE centres

Ajumako district records 25 pregnant girls at BECE centres

Ajumako Enyan Essiam District in the Central Region has recorded 25 teenage pregnancies among candidates who are sitting for the 2021 Basic Education Certificate Examination(BECE). A total of 2,783 candidates are sitting for the exams that started on Monday, November 15, in the Ajumako Enyan Essiam District of which 1,451 are female and 1,331 are male. Out of the total number of candidates, 17 candidates were absent on the first day at the six centers which include Ajumako, Ochiso, Mando, Sonkwa, Denkyira and Bisease. During a visit at the exam…

Be mindful of Ghana’s laws while expressing your faith – Police to religious leaders

Be mindful of Ghana’s laws while expressing your faith – Police to religious leaders

The Ghana Police Service has urged religious leaders to be mindful of Ghana’s laws while expressing their faith and other religious beliefs to ensure peaceful co-existence in the country. The Service gave this caution in a statement after a meeting with religious leaders and faith-based organizations on Monday, October 25, 2021. The meeting, which was called at the behest of the Inspector-General of Police, Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, was aimed at highlighting the rights and limitations of the religious community within the confines of the law. It helped the security agencies…