I paid over N3 million for my butt enlargement surgery – Blessing Okoro reveals

Source: mynigeria.com

Relationship coach, Blessing Okoro, has revealed how much she spent on her recent butt enlargement surgery.

According to her, she spent over N3 million on her liposuction surgery which was done in Lagos, Nigeria.

The self-proclaimed relationship expert, revealed the cost of her new butt on Franky Speaking podcast.

Blessing Okoro who recently went under the knife and kept her fans and followers updated
throughout the process, also disclosed that she announced her surgery to her followers because if she had hidden it, it would have been leaked out as she wanted to control the narratives.

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Social media users mourn veteran actor Prince Yawson ‘Waakye’

Source: GNA

Ghanaian actor Prince Yawson, popularly known as “Waakye” has passed on at the age of 52.

The veteran actor passed away in the early hours of Tuesday, August 2, 2022 at the 37 Military Hospital, with the cause of his death yet to be ascertained.

The actor had been battling illness in recent times and did recover on few occasions until this unfortunate news about his death.

The actor featured in some of Ghana’s top movies in the early 2000’s, having become a household name.

Movies he featured in include “Diabolo”, “Chorkor Trotro” and “Babina”, among others.

Social media users have posted their
condolences and praise for Waakkye’s
contribution to the local film an entertainment industry.

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‘We got no space for concert party people like you in the music industry’ – Ras Kuuku ‘blasts’ LilWin

Source : http://www.ghanaweb.com

Award-winning Ghanaian musician, Kojo
Kurankye, known in showbiz circles as Ras
Kuuku
, has accused famous Ghanaian actor,
Kwadwo Nkansah, also known as LilWin, of being behind the collapse of the Ghana movie industry.

According to the reggae musician ina Facebook post, he shared on July 27, 2022, LilWin recently released a song he labelled “foolish” while adding that the music industry has not got space for him.

“Kwadwo Nkansah is the main reason why the Ghana movie industry collapsed, Humble yourself me nua. You see how you’ve collapsed Kumawood.

“Shame on you. We got no space for concert
party people like you in the Music Industry. Go and fix your failed and collapsed Kumawood. S3 ‘me ladder’ Aaah, a foolish song like that 3 3 & 1,” he shared.

It is not certain what may have angered the artiste to make such a statement on his Facebook targeting the actor.

As and when more information has been released on why Ras Kuuku attacked LilWin the way he did, GhanaWeb will report on it.

However, this won’t be the first time Ras Kuuku has rubbished any celebrity on July 9, 2022, he asked Joe Mettle to stop pretending not to know who he was after the gospel musician mentioned he had no idea who the Dancehall musician is until his Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) got missing.

According to the award-winning artiste, Joe Mettle was unhappy that he [Kuuku] questioned the gospel musician’s inclusion in the ‘Artiste of the Year’ nominees at the VGMA this year, which explains why he claims not to know him.

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Nana Aba mounts pressure on Akufo-Addo, Ursula as SIM card registration deadline approaches

Source: http://www.ghanaweb.com

Seasoned Ghanaian journalist and General
Manager for GHOne Television, Nana Aba
Anamoah has called on President Akufo-Addo and Communications Minister, Ursula Owusu- Ekuful to rescind the decision to block unregistered SIM cards considering that many have not been able to register because they are yet to receive their Ghana Cards which is the only acceptable national identification card.

The SIM card registration is scheduled to end on July 31, 2022. The exercise which began on October 1, 2021, was originally scheduled to end on March 31, 2022. It was, however, extended to July 31, 2022, because many were yet to receive their Ghana Cards.

Although the narrative has not changed, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, the Minister for Communications and Digitalization, has without mincing words stated that the deadline will not be extended for a second time.

She suggested that many people became
reluctant to register their SIM when the deadline was extended.

But Nana Aba Anamoah has asserted in a series of tweets that it is totally unfair to Ghanaians who are yet to receive their Ghana Cards for no fault of theirs to have their sim cards blocked.

The veteran journalist is of the view that government can only take such decisions after it has supplied all Ghanaians with the Ghana card.

Below are her tweets:

Source: http://www.ghanaweb.com

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I’m always asked why I work when my father is Ken Agyapong – MP’s son discloses

Source: http://www.ghanaweb.com

The son of Assin Central MP, Kennedy Agyapong has revealed that he frequently gets asked why he works when his father is wealthy.

In an interview on Joy News with the Afrochella Festival co-founder, he noted that contrary to what many people believe that he has a rich father, he works extremely hard to be successful in his field of work.

“Three to four years ago, I went on a TV show with him and people were like, ‘that’s your dad. Can I take a picture? Your dad is Honorable Kennedy Agyapong and you’re working?

“And I was like, am I not supposed to work?
When I was younger, my dad always said you have to work hard, and I think that helped.

“When I was about 16, he was like ‘you have to wake up early [because] if you wake up early, you can start planning things.’ So, consistently, even if I plan to go out or not, I wake up at 4:30 am or 5:00 am at most,” he disclosed.

Even though he is the Assin MP’s son, Ken
Agyapong Jnr. said, he doesnt go about telling people who his father is in other countries since they don’t know who he is.

“I’m still the same Kenny, I don’t go around saying my dad is Kennedy Agyapong because if I’m in America, nobody is going to say who is your father. So I don’t want it to get to my head at all. I’m very calm and cool but I’m wild sometimes.”

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Legalize weed smoking – Amakye Dede appeals to government

Thu, 21 Jul 2022Source: starrfm.com.gh

Legendary Ghanaian musician Abrantie Amakye DeDe has called on government to legalize the smoking of weed in Ghana.

According to him, perceptions that weed smokers are bad are wrong and misleading.

“If you smoke weed, you’re not a bad person. I think the Government should legalize it,” the ‘Mmaa p3 sokoo’ hitmaker told Nana Aba
Anamoah on Starr Chat Wednesday.

He however added that he personally does not smoke.

Popular actor John Dumelo has also called for the legalization of weed because of its economic benefits.

“Germany is set to make billions of Euros from taxes by legalizing marijuana. Then we will turn around and go and borrow that same money with interest for our development, forgetting that we (Ghana) grow the best marijuana in the world. Ain’t we smart?”.

A Neuroscientist Drug Researcher at the
University of Columbia, Professor Carl Hart,
urged Ghana to reevaluate its position on the plant in 2019.

At the time when the legalization of the drug
generated enormous public attention and the Bill had not yet been passed by Parliament, the Professor said “People are making money out of this and we have to implement it and improve on its education.”

Source: https://starrfm.com.gh/

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Black Sherif hits the jackpot after DJ Khaled’s post

Musician
Black Sherif

Black Sherif receives endorsement from DJ Khaled.

Blacko’s music videos record huge views

Burna Boy, Timbaland and others hail Black Sherif.

It’s been a crescendo of joy after American DJ,
record executive, author and record producer, DJ
Khaled endorsed Black Sherif’s Kwaku The
Traveller’ via Instagram, Tuesday, GhanaWeb has
observed.

The ace showbiz personality, expressing himself
with fire emoji, shared a minute video clip which
captured Black Sherif performing the monster hit
song in an unknown room. Blacko, clad in white
apparel with a white cap to match, could be seen
enjoying himself with his signature earrings and
necklace.

“Keep going”, said Khaled who described the
song as Music that touch your soul”.

The post has since courted reactions from many
Ghanaians who recognise the impact of Khaled’s
endorsement on the career of the Ghanaian.’
Both musicians have been occupying the top
spots on Ghana Trends on Twitter after the post.

After performing ‘Kwaku The Traveller’ at the 5th
edition of the 3Music Awards, Blacko who had
cemented his brand with “First Sermon’ and
‘Second Sermon’ soared, literally hijacking
virtually all social media platforms in the country
as many users shared his performance on their
pages.

His ‘rain performance’ triggered a challenge on
social media with many imitating what ensued on
stage.

He later released the song which has since
garnered over twelve million views on YouTube
with its oficial video recording over eight million
views.

The song, themed on a captivating story of a
young man on a lifetime journey searching for
greatness with a well-crafted storyline and
amazing melodies, has topped several charts
since its release.

Khaled not the only international act to endorse Blacko

Quite a number of foreign musicians have shown
admiration for Black Sherif’s ‘Kwaku The
Traveller’ song. They include Nigeria’s Lojay and
Burna Boy, America’s rapper Wale and
Timbaland.

What does this mean to Blacko’s career?

The endorsement is profound; Blacko’s audience
appeal both locally and internationally will
increase.
increase considerably as well and that will
translate into money for the 20-year-old and his
team.
The youngster will have his streams

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‘Don’t marry a man or woman because they are Christians’ – Rev. Eastwood Anaba advises

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Rev. Eastwood Anaba

Rev. Eastwood Anaba says marrying a Christian doesn’t guarantee a good marriage

‘Marry a person you trust, is your friend, and you can communicate with’, Rev. Anaba to the youth 

The famous preacher says a good husband is not the same as a good Christian
 

Founder and Head Pastor of the Eastwood AnabaMinistries, Reverend Eastwood Anaba, has advised Christian youths against choosing a life partner because they are Christians. 

According to the seasoned preacher, choosing a husband or a wife because they are Christians is very wrong. 

He explained that being a Christian is not the same as being a good spouse. 

“You cannot marry a man or a woman because they are Christians. So you ask a Christian woman, why do you want to marry him, and she says, it is because he loves the Lord. You ask a man and he says, I want to marry the woman because she loves God and she is serious in church. The truth is that a husband is not the same as a Christian. He may love the Lord but does not love you,” Rev. Eastwood Anabaexplained in his surmon.

The famous televangelist added that marrying a
person based on religion alone is not enough to
ensure a good marriage and sustain a marriage.

He said,'”Oh, why do you want to marry him? We
go to the same church. Are you sure it is enough
for a good marriage? Why do you want to marry
her? Ooh, she fears the Lord. Can you imagine
that?”

A good marriage, according to Reverend Anaba,
thrives on trust, open communication,
companionship, and resources; as such,
prospective spouses should look for these
qualities before deciding to get hitched.

My baby mamas are keeping my children away from me – Shatta Wale alleges

Dancehall singer, Shatta Wale

Shatta Wale marks Father’s Day without his kids.

Michy pays respect to ‘responsible’ fathers in the world.

Popular singer hints at having more kids

Shatta Movement, the fanbase of Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale on Father’s Day consoled their superstar by showering him with words of
encouragement and named him the best dad after
he disclosed that all the women he shares
children with have denied him access to seeing
the kids, talk of spending the special day together.

On Sunday, June 19, the world honoured men on
the occasion of Father’s Day but Shatta couldn’t
enjoy the day to the fullest because he wasn’t
allowed to see any of his children.

The father of three took to his Facebook page to
call out his baby mamas for their actions and also
seized the opportunity to celebrate himself. The
SM boss has announced that he would make new
babies now that he has been left almost
fatherless.

“Happy Father’s Day to me !! Tho none of my
baby mothers want me to see my own kids. They
should keep them, ago born another one for
myself soonest. And I will give them the same
names l chose for them … Aboooozegey!”

Meanwhile, Shatta’s baby mama, Michy, also
shared a photo of herself and Majesty, the last
born child of the singer, but took credit for raising
her son alone.

She however acknowledged “responsible” fathers
who continue to play key roles in their children’s
upbringing. Michy’s post did not make reference
to her baby daddy, Shatta Wale, who has alleged
that his ids have been taken away from him.

“My son gave me a Worlds Best Dad card &I
don’t know if he was being sarcastic or cute call
me zaddy from now on ???? happy Father’s Day
to my felow responsible daddies. Have y’all
noticed Father’s Day gifts are cheaper?” Shatta’s
former lover wrote in an Instagram post dated
June 19.

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9 Tips to Improve How you Learn & Your Learning Capacity
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If you ask teachers and parents, and even some older students, for tips on how best to learn, you will get lots of advice. Some based on their personal experience – what worked for them – some on what they have seen work for students and some derived from research.In his book “How We Learn – The Surprising Truth About When, Where, and Why it Happens”, Benedict Carey includes some tips based on scientific research. Of the nine tips below, the first eight come from Carey’s book and I have added a ninth: Increase Your Brain’s Capacity to Learn.Here are the tips:Vary your learning routine, locations and material
Many students have a fixed time and place to study. However research has shown that varying your study location – at home in a different room, at school, in a library- can improve learning. In a similar way occasionally changing the time of day you study and the materials you use – laptop, pen and paper, speaking into a voice recorder – also boost learning.

Get a good night’s sleep
But vary your sleep time depending on what you are learning.

If you are trying to learn facts like names, formulas and dates, go to bed early and get the deep sleep of the early evening. Then get up early and review what you had been learning the day before.

The sleep that best consolidates creative thinking and motor skills happens in the morning before awakening. So to learn these skills you may find it best to go to bed a little later than normal and sleep in a bit.

Space your study time
It’s better to do two one-hour study sessions than a single unbroken two-hour session. You will remember more if you do an hour today, then another hour tomorrow, especially if you get the right sleep during the night (see tip 2).

“Cramming” for an exam can work…. for your exam results
This is a last resort tactic and is proven to work short term, so you will probably do better in the exam. But you won’t remember much long term.

Your brain makes long-term memories only after some forgetting has happened. This is similar to a muscle that needs exercise to break it down a little so that it can become stronger.

Use self testing
This is a strong, proven learning technique. You can test yourself by trying to remember what you were learning, or explaining it aloud to yourself or to someone who is prepared to listen. You can get friends to quiz you. One of the benefits is that is that you can get immediate feedback whether you are right or wrong.

Take notes in class and review them
But don’t be passive. Don’t take notes verbatim and just look over them, or review highlighted text. This won’t be much help for your learning.

Be an active note taker. Try to make notes from the important points of the class then rewrite them without looking at the notes. This works your memory harder and immediately shows you what you don’t know.

Don’t worry about short breaks or distractions while you’re studying
Learning scientists know that a short break while you are trying to solve a problem you’re stuck on is one of the best ways to succeed. When you take a break, your brain will continue to work on the problem subconsciously, without the imposition of preconceived ideas you may have had.

Create learning sessions where you mix knowledge areas or skills
When you focus on learning one thing at a time, it is the fastest way to acquire the learning but it can put a limit on the extent of the learning.

Mixing the knowledge areas in a learning session – for example working on maths, then history, then building a PowerPoint presentation about astronomy in a single learning session will sharpen your grasp on all of them better than if you used the session for one knowledge area alone.

Increase your brain’s capacity to learn
The first eight tips are really about how to get the best result from your brain’s current “learning capacity”. By “learning capacity” I mean the physical structure of your brain, including all the neural networks that determine how well you can think (your memory, attention, speed of processing and ability to sequence ideas). Imagine if you could increase your brain’s ability to do those things better. Thanks to recent neuroscience research and the conversion of that into a range of brain training programs we all now have the ability to improve our learning capacity. Then when you use the learning tips 1 – 8, you will get an even better learning outcome.