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MST Records: Skare releases much anticipated single ‘Come Again’


2021 started so well for MST Records and new female signee, Skare Dem known for her versatility.

Skare Dem has proven once again to be the most consistent and fastest growing female face on the record label with the release of her much anticipated new single “Come Again”. 

Despite such short notice, the song had already became popular before it’s release.

The new single which already made rounds before its release date is actually worth the hype and it will definitely make its way to the top.

‘Come Again’ is a mid-tempo groove with a blend of afrobeat, with classical composition and perfect lyrical contents.

The song is produced by Nuuh Qhola Beatz.

“Come Again” is officially out on YouTube.

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Zatochi to Host Listening Party for New Album “Thanks & Praise”


In anticipation, Zatochi is set to host a classic album listening event in Ada on Sunday night.

Ghanaian Fast-rising Star, Elias Kwarteng popularly known as Zatochi will shepherd the arrival of his new album “Thanks and Praise” with a listening party at the Kemmat Hotel in Ada, Greater Accra on November 28th. The show is scheduled to begin at 7pm GMT.

Zaga will be putting up a dazzling performance at the Kemmat Hotel.

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I slept with my friend’s ex-boyfriend – should I tell her about it?


I’m single, but during the second lockdown I fell back in touch with my friend’s ex-boyfriend, who I’d always got on very well with. I was sad to lose contact with him after the break-up, but unsurprised as I figured he just wanted to move on with his life. But then he contacted me out of the blue, years later, to see how I was doing. We ended up agreeing that he would visit me for a proper catch-up.

One thing led to another, and we ended up sleeping together. Since then, we’ve been messaging fairly regularly and while it’s very early days, I think we do have feelings for each other. There’s been an indication from both sides that we’d like to meet up again but we haven’t made any definite arrangement. There are other complications that could get in the way of anything serious happening, but my biggest concern is how my friend might react to finding out.

While it’s been years (as far as I know) since they’ve spoken and they’ve definitely both moved on with their lives in major ways, I know her well enough to think she could take it badly. I’m concerned that telling her now, before me and him have even talked about whether we want to take this further, could create unnecessary upset – but not telling her (and then seeing him again) would feel like lying to her. What should I do?

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E/R: Mpraeso MP meets baby born in the middle of road


A male community nurse at Amartey CHIPS in Kwahu District, identified as William Otoo, has won the praise of many after he delivered a pregnant woman in labour right in the middle of a road.

On Monday 1st November 2021, a story broke that a young lady referred to the Kwahu Government Hospital had given birth while being transported.

The Member of Parliament for Mpraeso Constituency, Hon. Davis Opoku Ansah, visited the young mother and baby at the hospital and supported them. 

He visited them the next day at Amatey to check on the baby and show appreciation to the young nurse. 

The MP promised to deliver a tricycle ambulance to support health care delivery in the area. He also appealed to the government to help construct or reshape the Adawso-Nketepa-Amatey-Amanfrom road. 

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Tidraps, Finno Luu others make history at DMA21 nomination jams


Ghanaian Rising stars, Tidraps, Finno Luu, and others ignited the ‘Dangme Music 2021 Nominations Jams’ when they took to the stage as they produced an electrifying and memorable performance over the weekend.

The hundreds of fans gathered at the Somanya Royal Hotel in the Eastern Region to witness the biggest Nominations Jams outside Greater Accra were taken by surprise with the stage appearance of Tidraps, Finno Luu, Zatochi and many others.

Reigning Artist of the Year, Tidraps has made a surprise appearance at the event demonstrated why he is considered one of Ghana’s best performers when he thrilled fans with back to back hits.


Dangme Music Awards 2021 nominee, Finno Luu didn’t disappoint on stage having showcased his lyrical vibes with the likes of Zatochi, Ithrone, Bra Jay, also putting up a good show.

The event hosted by iShoot Media witnessed an amazing display of Ga-Dangme arts and culture which preceded the musical show with visitors from all over the country.

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Fans Confused After Medikal’s Look-Alike Popped Up On Social Media


Social media users have been left confused after a look-alike of Ghanaian Hip Hop Musician, Samuel Adu Frimpong popularly known as Medikal surfaced online with some photographs which almost got fans to believe it was MDK himself.

A close view of him depicts the true replica of the “Omo Ada” Hitmaker.

In a photo sighted by Newsfile360.com, the MDK look alike was spotted in a black Hoodie and a black face mask.

The look-alike who goes by the name B’Doe also happens to be a huge fan of Medikal.

Per our findings, B’’Doe is a video director and Fashion Icon.

B’Doe is the exact photocopy of the “Risky” hitmaker. He has the same hairstyle and somehow portrays a similar voice. 

Well, one might think B’Doe admires Medikal so much to the extent of copying his looks but in this case, B’Doe is in with his own style and brand.

As a reminder, Reggae/Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale and industry mate, Medikal, have been granted a ¢100,000 bail each.

The duo reappeared before an Accra Circuit Court on Tuesday, October 26, to continue their respective legal battles.

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Mother surprises Comedian Waris at ‘Seriously Unserious’ show

Comedian Waris latest photo with mom has tugged on everybody’s heartstrings.

  • One hard-working mom’s reaction to the surprise of a lifetime will give you all the feels.
  • Comedian Waris ‘Seriously Unserious’ show receives huge patronage.
  • A Ghanaian woman who worked as a security guard and raised her children as a single mom got the surprise of her life when she saw her son cracking ribs of his fans on stage at the ‘Seriously Unserious’ show over the weekend.

It was a full house as hundreds thronged the Snap Cinemas, Accra, Saturday to watch Comedian Waris as a headliner of a show for the first time, six years after venturing into standup comedy.

Considering that the event was widely publicized with a tall list of performers which included colleagues DKB, OB Amponsah, Lekzy Decomic, Alo Wess and MJ the Comedian, patrons were in anticipation of a great night.

Comedian Waris mounted the stage amid resounding cheers from the audience whose desire to watch the man of the night, had at this point, reached a crescendo.

His entry, although not the most epic and not the most dramatic, got off well when Black Sherif’s ‘Second Sermon’ played in the background. This song was relevant to that entry because it also sums up Comedian Waris’ life experiences in Accra, having endured struggles ranging from economic quandary to disappointments.

For close to an hour, Comedian Waris entertained patrons with a variety of content. His rib-cracking script captured the standard of living in the country, complex relationships between individuals and groups, soccer as well as social deviance.

Comedian Waris used the opportunity to encourage persons who may be swamped with challenges to not lose faith but keep their hopes alive for a change in the narrative.

Recently, a photograph was posted on Twitter that has tugged on everybody’s heartstrings. It was shared by the “Professional idiot” Comedian Waris, who is known for sharing positive and wholesome content on social media.

Mum made me cry” he captioned.

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E/R: Annas joins Adolf Nomo to donate to Krobos to mark Ngmayem Festival 2021


Educational Consultant and Philanthropist, Adolf Nomo, with support from Mr. Annas Nartey (USA), has donated to the Manya Krobo community in the Eastern Region of Ghana to coincide with the celebration of Ngmayem Festival 2021 (Manya Krobo Community Games).

The Ngmayem Festival is an annual harvest festival celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Manya Krobo in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

The people of Manya Krobo will celebrate this year’s week long Ngmayem festival from 20th October to 31st October, 2021.

The Ngmayem festival is a celebration of the abundant harvest of ngma (millet). It is when the Krobo people, with gratitude and thanksgiving to their maker acknowledge his providence and care over the previous years and supplicate for his continuous bounty and protection in the coming years.

As a philanthropic tradition, Mr. Adolf, an Entrepreneur who is also Associate Member of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), supports the Manya Krobo community to enable them enjoy their celebration of Ngmayem.

Adolf Nomo’s philanthropic gesture to the people of the Kroboland over the years has received the generous attention of Mr. Annas Nartey, a proud Krobo living in the United States.

Mr. Nartey chose to join efforts with Adolf Nomo to donate to the Manya Krobo community this year as part of their corporate social responsibility to the people.

Adolf Nomo and Annas Nartey donated Ghc2,200 to support the Ngmayem Festival 2021, Manya Krobo Community Games.

In handing over the generous donations, Adolf Nomo stated that he was very impressed with their proposal and the idea of bringing all the communities in Lower Manya and Upper Manya together during this year’s Ngmayem Festival. 

“I will always support anything that will bring unity on the Kroboland,” said Adolf Nomo.

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Ghanaian Rising Stars Murphy Musiq, Skare Dem & MST Vybsah tackles societal challenges in new street anthem “Streetcode101”


MST Records present this amazing hit tune titled “Streetcode101” which features Talented young acts Murphy Musiq, Skare Dem and MST Vybsah.

MST Records have released the highly anticipated single “Streetcode101” on Friday, October 15, a nerve-wracking tune that seeks to tackle societal challenges.

The song highlights various challenges in Ghanaian society.

The single is produced by Ghanaian Award-winning producer, BeatzDaKay.

Talking to newsfile360.com today, Sahano, CEO of MST Records, said the song will motivate youths in their daily living and give them reason to work hard and involve God in their dealings.

“We Dey search 6 million dollars not 6 inches” Skare Dem sings. 

Listen to the song and drop your comments below:

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Meet Fast Rising Reggae/Dancehall Act Julian Phamous


Fast-rising Ghanaian Reggae/dancehall artist Julian Phamous, known in real life as Julian Tetteh Mustapha takes the word versatility to a different level with his desired craft.

Born in Shai Hills, Julian Phamous had his education at Royal Technical College (Roteco) after which he proceeded to Africa Film Village (Ghallywood Film School).

In 2010, Julian Phamous officially began his solo career and branding himself whereby he recorded a couple of single and did some projects.

It was all passion and love for the music but he started doing music professionally in 2010 after Senior High School.

He has earned two nominations at the Dangme Music Awards 2021.

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Anticipate as MST Records signees, Murphy Musiq, Skare Dem & MST Vybsah duet on new street jam “Streetcode101”


MST Records recruits Murphy Musiq, Skare Dem and MST Vybsah on a new street jam dubbed “Streetcode101” which drops on Friday, October 15, 2021.

In case you are wondering what message they have in the new single; the CEO of MST Records, Collins Adusu popularly known as Sahano said it will motivate youths in their daily living and give them reason to work hard and involve God in their dealings.

The new jam, he believes, will resonate with street credibility and eventually morph into popular anthem due to its inspiration and story.

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Google AdSense announces to move to first-price auction

Google will move AdSense from a second-price auction model to a first-price auction by the end of 2021, the company announced Thursday. 

There is no action for advertisers or publishers to take and these changes will occur automatically.

Why is AdSense moving to a first-price auction?

On display ad selling platforms, a first-price auction simplifies the buying experience for advertisers because the final price reflects the winner’s bid. Google Ad Manager and AdMob have already moved to a first price auction, and by streamlining the auction model across AdSense, Ad Manager, and AdMob, advertisers benefit from a consistent process across Google’s ad selling platforms.
This helps to grow advertiser spending confidence across the display advertising ecosystem – and an increase in spending confidence over time will benefit publishers.

Why is AdSense making this change now?

In the early days of online display advertising, ad space was typically sold to advertisers in a second-price auction, where the final price paid by the winner was determined by the amount of the second-highest bid. Over time, many ad selling platforms in the display advertising ecosystem, including Ad Manager, AdMob, and many third-party ad exchanges, switched their auctions to first-price.

In a first-price auction, the final price reflects the winning bid. In the coming months, AdSense will move to a first-price auction. This will help advertisers by simplifying how they buy online ads and make it easier for them to buy your ad space sold on AdSense.

Which AdSense products are affected?

The move to a first-price auction only affects the following AdSense products:

  • AdSense for Content
  • AdSense for Video
  • AdSense for Games

This move does not affect:

  • AdSense for Search
  • AdSense for Shopping

Do I need to take any action?

No. You do not need to do anything, these changes will update automatically.

Will my AdSense earnings be impacted?

Due to the dynamic auction environment, we cannot predict how specific AdSense publishers will be impacted. But, on average we expect the impact to AdSense publishers’ earnings overall from the move to a first-price auction to be neutral. When Ad Manager moved to a first-price auction, there was a neutral to slightly positive impact to publisher earnings on average.

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New Governing Council for Ho-Technical University Inaugurated

A 19-member Council for Ho Technical University has been inaugurated on 1st October, 2021, at the Ministry of Education in Accra to replace the old Council whose tenure expired in May, 2021.

The Minister of Education, Hon. Dr. Yaw Adu Twum, swearing in the Professor, James Flolu- led Governing Council, charged them to work in the interest of the University in spite of  challenges to realise the mandate given to the University. 

He added that once the Council is consumed by the collective interest, no obstacle can supercede the collective good; and that will bring positive impact not only to Ho Technical University but to the country as a whole.

Call to Excellence & USP

The Hon. Minister in commending the work of university, stressed on the need for the university to rise above  impediments and  concentrate on  finding ways to promote the Unique Selling Advantage of the university so as to empower the young ones to develop interest in skilled and competency based training, regardless of their grade or programme of study in the second cycle school.

He mentioned that the disturbing tradition in the education sector of making life difficult for the youth needs to halt stating that “We need to look beyond the present academic weaknesses of students and identify their strength to help them become the best versions of themselves by opening the flood gates of creativity”. 

The Hon. Minister illustrated how a visual art student could have the  potential of becoming one of the best professionals in the area of Engineering as “both disciplines   apply creativity and imaginations in their field of work”.

In concluding his address Hon. Dr. Adu Twum encouraged the council to call on him when they are faced with any challenge that will impede the realisation of the mandate given the university “

Chairman’s Response

On behalf of council members, the Chairman, Prof. Emmanuel James Flolu expressed his gratitude to the Hon. Minister for the recognition given and confidence reposed in them to govern the helm of affairs of such a great institution . He assured the Minister that the council shall endeavour to work and support the mandate to ensure the realisation of applied knowledge in TVET in Ghana and the globe to the highest level possible.

Representing government on the Council are Madam Esther H. Edjeani, Mrs. Levin Baah-Nuakoh, and Mr. Hector A. Sam-Tagoe. 

New members serving on the Council are Madam Dinah Adiko and Mrs. Agnes Balasu.

Other members of Council are on the list below;

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Today’s front pages: Monday, October 4, 2021


Stories making headlines on the front page in the major newspapers.

Daily Graphic

  • Grain Authority in the offing, seeks to address perennial food price hikes.
  • Presidential term limit appropriate – President Akufo-Addo.

Daily Guide

  • We’ve not ended registration – NPP
  • Ex-TOR boss charged in the US over $2.5m bribe

The Daily Statesman

  • Three choppers for Ghana Police to enhance operations.
  • Darko Farms is back.

Republic Press

  • We don’t need a coup in Ghana – Akufo-Addo.
  • NDC will pay Ayawaso West Wuogon victims – Mahama.

The Custodian

  • Presidential term limits enhance democracy – President.
  • Nana greatful to Asanteman.


  • Otumfuo endorses GIADEC’s strategic partner for Project 2, Rocksure International.
  • TUC fears trade capture under AfCFTA by EU, others.

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Meet Ama A. DaCosta, Ghana’s youngest lawyer

Bagging a Law degree is no easy feat, it takes lots of hard work, patience, dedication and years of sacrifice to secure one of the world’s most prestigious degrees.

At just age 22 Ama A. DaCosta became the youngest lawyer in the history of Ghana to graduate from the country’s school of Law.

Ama Aboagyewa DaCosta has overthrown Akpene Darko-Cobbinah who was the youngest lawyer in Ghana in 2020.

Ama Aboagye Da Costa was born on April 17, 1999, in Abuja, Nigeria, where her father Gilbert Aboagye Da Costa was the Nigeria correspondent for CNN and Associated Press at the time.

Ama Aboagye Da Costa returned to Ghana in 2010 and enrolled at Grace Preparatory School in East Legon, followed by Aburi Girls in 2012, where she excelled in both the arts and science.

Ama Aboagye Da Costa was accepted to study law at the University of Ghana shortly after turning 16 in 2015.

Ama Aboagye Da Costa graduated in 2019 and was accepted to the Ghana Law School that same year. 

In a tweet, Ama Aboagye DaCosta said she is very pleased with her 16-year journey to actualizing the dream of becoming a lawyer.

She wrote: A beautiful end to the 6-year journey I embarked on at the age of 16 I’m a lawyer now.

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Tema bound loaded lowbed trailer stuck under bridge in Accra, leading to traffic delays


A Tema bound loaded low bed truck lodged itself under the Hong Kong footbridge on the George Walker Bush motorway and became stuck, leading to traffic delays Sunday afternoon.

Efforts are under way to remove the stucked equipment from the bridge.

The driver of the truck, with registration number WR 1546-U, Isaac Ayittey,  has been arrested, and the truck impounded at the Odorkor Police Station for investigation, Ghana Police Service said.

The police have been assisted by the Ghana Highway Authority and some welders to remove the truck to allow free and safe flow of traffic. 

Approaching motorists are advised to drive cautiously with reduced speed.

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Afro-soul goddess Kafui Chordz showered with love of fans, co-artists on birthday


Ghanaian singer and songwriter, Celestine Ama Serwaa Kafui Agropah, better known as Kafui Chordz, turned a year older today, and admirers showered the Afro-soul goddess with genuine respect and affection in spades across the country.

Many other bands, musicians and celebrities have also shared their memories with the “Skotokpa” singer on Facebook and Instagram, showering the superstar with love and blessings throughout the day.

Two-Days to her birthday, the singer released a new song ‘Odo Nti’ which literally translate as ‘because of love’.

Kafui Chordz joins forces with rapper W.P on the record in which they both share their sad heartbreak experiences.

Produced by DOB Music, ‘Odo Nti’ was released on October 1, 2021.

Her passion for music started at quite an early age. She took the decision to learn how to play the piano while studying at the University of Ghana.

In early 2016 she decided to kick start her professional music journey and began recording some of the songs she had written.

Her debut single “Finally Us” released in May 2016 was the icebreaker for her career and introduction into the industry.

Her debut album titled ‘PIECES IN PEACE’ was released in August 2018 which gained her some popularity amongst the Ghanaian music-loving community.

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Dangme Music Awards 2021 nominee, Abilonzy returns to the music scene with new love song


Emerging Ghanaian Highlife and Afrobeat Act ,Abilonzy has unleashed a brand new love song which got her fans talking.

2020 was widely considered a standout year for music, but 2021 is shaping up to be equally impressive.

Whether you’re adding some romantic tunes to your 2021 playlist , need something emotional to blast on your next road trip, you’re in the mood to stream feel-good ballads that’ll remind you of your first crush, Abilonzy got you served with a brand new love song blended with English and Krobo.

Despite her departure from the music scene, couple of months ago due to her change of management, Abilonzy returned yesterday (Oct 1) with a brand new love song dubbed “You.”

Last year, the Krobo goddess drew attention from the likes of Tina Baby, Female Radio Presenter of Rite Fm, Adolf Nomo, (a dedicated Educational Consultant and a Motivational Speaker) and many others for her immersive, dynamic voice on singles like “Yayode” and “Education.”

The “Dangme Music Awards 2021 Nominee” achieved viral success many months after her hit songs “Yayode” refix of Ebony “Mame Hw3” and “Dede Yomor”, and that helped expand her audience.

Listen to Abilonzy’s new love song below:

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Daring African Gems: Lioness Story of the week

Yvonne Ohui MacCarthy is the newly appointed board chair of the University of Ghana Medical Center Client care committee.

LIONESS Yvonne Ohui MacCarthy (CSP) is the President and head consultant of ICSP ( Institute of Customer Service Professionals). 

She is a former banker who worked under the authorization of the FCA formerly FSA in the UK. She acquired her banking qualifications from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). She also has a Customer Service Professional (CSP) qualification from the London Institute of Banking and Finance (LIBF).

Yvonne also has the Professional Award In Training The Trainer from the London Institute of Public Speaking and an award for the Advanced Training The Trainer from Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) UK. Yvonne consults for the British Council in Ghana and has worked with two very reputable banks in the UK namely NatWest and Santander in the areas of service quality and customer service management. She has trained many individuals and businesses in Ghana, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Côte D’Ivoire under the Institute of Customer Service Professionals and the British Council on their Connecting Classrooms project ( 4 years).

Yvonne is also a Udemy instructor and creates online training content for students all over the world. She is a public speaker and loves to speak on education, personal development, customer service and anything that empowers the youth. 

Yvonne and her institute is currently a member and a partner of the West African Association of Customer Service Professionals ( WAACSP). She is also an executive member of WAACSP. She speaks on issues of customer service on different radio and TV platforms . She is a 40 under 40 nominee under education for 2018. She was awarded the customer service consultant of the year for 2018 – 2019 by the Ghana Customer Service Awards for her unflinching contribution to customer service in Ghana.

She is the creator and organizer of the Ghana Customer Service Index, a yearly publication of customer service performance for the different sectors in Ghana. She has also consulted and trained for companies such as KPMG, British Council, ADB,Fidelity, NYEA, BROLL, Ucam press, Runn Free Technology, Top Talent resources, PIMI Ghana, Goldman Capital, British Council, Benmarine Services, NOVA Chiropratic, Chocolate Clothes, Abii National, Hair Senta and Bread Boutique.

Yvonne is the newly appointed board chair of the University of Ghana Medical Center Client care committee.

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Livestream: Expo 2020 Dubai glittering opening ceremony


Live updates from across Dubai on the world’s greatest show.

The show is supported by one of the biggest immersive video, sound and light systems in the world.

The opening ceremony of the Expo 2020 Dubai will use the biggest, never-before-seen broadcasting technology to beam the stunning 90-minute show, Khaleej Times have reported.

Watch the Expo 2020 Dubai Opening Ceremony Below:

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