K Victor – Y3 Koom (Remix) ft Paa Sammy

Talented artiste K Victor comes through with the remix to his previous jam tagged Y3 KOOM.On the remix he features Paa Sammy. check it out below

Download: K Victor – Y3 Koom (Remix) ft Paa Sammy


Kwesi Arthur – Warming Up (Freestyle)

As we still anticipate new music and the coming of the ‘Son Of Jacob‘ album, award-winning Ghanaian rapper Kwesi Arthur sets the tone right for his forthcoming projects with this freestyle he titles ‘Warming Up‘.Kwesi Arthur was last seen on the remix of Yaw TOG’s buzzing record ‘Sore‘ alongside U.K rapper – Stormzy.

Download: Kwesi Arthur – Warming Up (Freestyle)


Cape Coast North MP Gives Three Months’ Salary To Constituents

Dr Kwamena Minta-Nyarku, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Cape Coast North, has presented his three months’ salary to some constituents for the confidence reposed in him during the December 2020 polls.

He said the gesture was to appreciate particularly, party leaders, opinion leaders, religious organizations and key personalities who worked tirelessly to recapture the Cape Coast North seat from the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).

Dr Nyarku disclosed this in an interview with the media in Cape Coast as part of his tour of the constituency on Wednesday.

The tour enabled him to meet his constituents to strengthen the relationship with all regardless of one’s party affiliation to solicit their views and continued support towards the development of the area.

Dr Minta-Nyarku explained that he gave his first salary to some key traditional leaders and religious leaders who prayed for him.

The second and third tranches according to him, went to opinion leaders and party executives who went all out for his election.

Highlighting his vision, Dr Minta-Nyarku promised total development for his constituents with a focus on entrepreneurship development, job creation, education and roads.

“My vision is to ensure total development of the area and team up with all stakeholders, especially, traditional rulers, the Assembly and all to improve the lives of the people,” he said.

He promised to get more children enrolled in school, improve the street lighting system, complete abandoned or halted projects, and construct an AstroTurf to support sporting activities, revive the Ameen Sangari factory and build two new factories to sustainably create jobs for the youth.

The Legislator expressed gratitude to the rank and file of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) party for supporting him to achieve the political feat.

“I will dwell on my experience, lobbying skills and goodwill of the good people of Cape Coast North to return the constituency onto the path of rapid growth and development,” Dr Minta-Nyarku said.


Source: GNA

I Rejected Offer To Contest As Speaker – Haruna Iddrisu

Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu has disclosed that he refused to put himself out to contest as Ghana’s Speaker of Parliament despite pressure from some party stalwarts to do so.

Mr Iddrisu made this revelation at a thanksgiving event held in honour of the Speaker of Parliament Alban Bagbin in the Waala Traditional Area of the Upper West Region.

He told the congregation: “A group of NDC MPs led by Mahama Ayariga and some of our colleagues even surprisingly at that time supported by my able whip honourable Muntaka had come to my office to lure me and to encourage me to run for the position of Speaker and without any hesitation, I declined their bid.

“Going forward, I knew in my heart, God will have favour on someone amongst us, therefore, in a subsequent meeting of the Minority Caucus, I had questioned Mahama Ayariga and my colleagues that I was not too sure whether they had my mandate or my authority to proceed further with their good intentions.

“Then in a meeting with the NDC highest leadership somewhere in the offices of former President Mahama, I said to the group that my candidate for Speaker was amongst us and pointed to Alban Bagbin and honourable Aseidu Nketia. Before I could finish speaking, Aseidu Nketia held the hand of honourable Bagbin strongly and said it should be the Bagbin little did I know God’s favour was vested in him”

Mr Iddrisu expressed confidence that he knew Mr Bagbin would be fair and firm as Speaker and serve Ghana well.

Bagbin was elected as the Speaker of the Eighth Parliament of the Fourth Republic after a chaotic voting exercise in the chamber of parliament in the early hours of Thursday, 7 January 2020.

He was elected over the New Patriotic Party’s nominee, Prof Mike Oquaye, who had served as Speaker of the Seventh Parliament.

Source: classfmonline.com

Sarkodie – Dumsor (Prod By Peewezel)

Sarkodie finaly drops a tune complaining about the current energy situation in our country.enjoy Dumsor by Sarkodie

Atta-Mills Institute Joins ECOWAS For Observer Mission In Benin

The Atta-Mills Institute (AMI) for Civic Education and Public Policy Advocacy, has once again been invited by ECOWAS to join a Team of Elections Observers which will be in, Benin, between 8th – 14th April, 2021, to observe the country’s Presidential elections scheduled to take place on the 11th of April, 2021.

The elections, which will elect the President of the Republic of Benin for a five-year term, have the incumbent, President Patrice Talon, seeking a second term in office.

It would be recalled that between the 14th – 20th October 2020, the AMI was in Guinea, Conakry, as part of an ECOWAS Observer Team to observe the Presidential and Provincial elections of that country.

In a statement signed by the director and chief of staff of the institute, Mr. Andy Kankam he explained that they were most grateful to all Individuals and Groups for the unrelenting support towards seeing us grow from strength to strength.

Later in 2020, the AMI was accredited as one of the 27 Local and International Observer Groups mandated to observe Ghana’s December 07, Presidential and Parliamentary elections which were deemed to have been free and fair by all the Teams.

The AMI remains humbled by the local and international recognition that God is bringing our way, and we appreciate the ECOWAS invitation.

The AMI Team is being led by, the Founder and CEO, Samuel Koku Anyidoho, and he are being accompanied by, Maxwell Okamafo Addo, a Technical Director at the AMI.

Ipso facto, the presence of Koku Anyidoho and the AMI Team in Benin, will further enhance the international image of the Institute.


Source: Isaac Kwame Owusu/Peacefmonline.com/isaac@peacefmonline.com

Osibisa Tribute Feat. Kidi ,Mr. Drew & Kofi Jamar | 3Music Awards 2021 Performance

The legendary Osibisa were honored with a tribute performance from Kidi, Mr. Drew and Kofi Jamar at the 3Music Awards 21. Powered by BoomPlay, this performance featured Santrofi band. It was directed by David Nicol Sey and the 3Music awards production team.

Bribe Everywhere In Ghana, I Have To Cut Corners To Make Ends Meet – Lydia Forson Laments

Award-winning Ghanaian actress, writer and Activist, Lydia Forson has lamented over the corruptible nature of the Ghanaian citizenry.

Lydia Forson who prides herself as a feminist and frequently creates debates on social media over her comments and opinions on issues bemoaned the fact that the country has extremely become difficult for one to get things done in a legit way.

Sighted on her Twitter page, the voluptuous script-interpreter said that one can only compromise and use inappropriate means to get what he or she wants even to the extent of making ends meet.

Lydia Forson cried out vehemently that bribery has become the order of the day in Ghana as we speak and no one can control or change the phenomenon.

“This country is exceptionally HARD for anyone who wants to walk the right path! Even the best of us have had to cut unthinkable corners just to make ends meet. Everywhere bribe! Even if you don’t want to, it’s what you have to in a lot of cases. Mabr3”




Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com