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Don’t vote for stingy George Andah – DCE

The District Chief Executive(DCE) for Awutu Senya West constituency in the central region has urged  electorate of the area not to vote for the NPP’s candidate because he is ‘close-fisted’.

Sampson Abbey Armah said he has observed that George Andah hardly donates money whenever he is invited to programmes in the constituency.

“I think you should stop inviting him to events because he will waste your time, he will not support you financially.” Mr. Abbey Armah said in Fante while addressing party supporters at Awutu Adawukwa.

Mr. Abbey Armah said that, for this reason, the electorate should vote massively to retain Hannah-Tetteh and President John Dramani Mahama.

Our mother Hannah Tetteh understands politics very well and knows that when she is invited to a programme, she has to support with money. She knows the canopies and chairs are rented and need to be paid for so she helps you do that so let us show appreciation to her by voting for her, he added.

Mr. Abbey Armah promised the electorate in the area that a bus will be provided for them to travel to Accra for the swearing in of President John Dramani Mahama on January 7, 2017, if he is retained.

Meanwhile, the constituency chairman of the New Patriotic Party believes the NDC’s candidate is not being generous but engaging in vote-buying.

Stephen Quaye in an interview with Adom News’ Seth Kofi Adjei condemned the comments by the DCE and urged the voters to vote for George Andah as he is more focused on development and not vote-buying.

He urged the voters in the constituency to vote against NDC on the basis of the current economic condition in the country.

“Will the donations create employment for the youth? Will it fix the collapsed NHIS? Will it be enough for payment of school fees?”, the Chairman quizzed in Twi.


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Ghana Movie Awards nominees out

Nomination for this year’s Ghana Movie Awards which comes off on December 4 at the Kempiski Hotel are out.

With the nominations out, all is set for the awards which will be strictly by invitation according to founder, Phred Nuamah, “We might have just about 100 or 200 exclusive tickets for sale because the venue cannot accommodate huge numbers,” he said.

Nominees for Actor in Lead Role are Jose Tolbert -True Lies, Eddie Watson – If God Be For Us, Alphones Menyo – Utopia, Van Vicker – Black Money and Adjetey Annang – Children of the Mountain.

Nana Ama McBrown – Na Me Nnim, Yvonne Nelson – In April, Rukiyat Masud – Children of the Mountain, Kalsoume Sinare- Sala and Ophelia Dzidzornu – Like Cotton Twines are nominees for Best Actress in Lead Role.

Those vying for Best Actor in Supporting Role are John Dumelo – Amakye and Dede, Fred Amugi – Beautiful Ruins, Ian Wordi – Sala, Kwadwo Nkansah – Fault and Akrobeto – Na Me Nnim.

Nominees for Best Actress in Supporting Role are Jackie Appiah – Sala, Akorfa Edjeani – Children of the Mountain, Luckie Lawson – Like Cotton Twines, Yvonne Okoro – Like Cotton Twines and Roselyn Ngissah – Amakye and Dede.

For Costume and Wardrobe, the nominees are Happily Ever After – Clara Asantewaa, Sala – Fauzia Yakubu, Like Cotton Twines – Awo Ahiable, Dieli – Yahaya Latifa, Black Money – Joyce Agyabea and George Attabrah.

In contention for the Directing are Kobby Rana – Sala, Leila Djansi – Like Cotton Twines, Kofi Asamoah – Amakye and Dede, Frank Gharbin – Black Money and Priscilla Anany – Children of the Mountain.

Nominees for Music (Original Score) are Amakye and Dede –  Skerie Badman, Sala – Austin Erowele, Children of the Mountain – Gabriel Dimero, Like Cotton Twines – Clayton Worbec and Anniversary – Afe Olomowe.

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They are all stomach politicians! — actress says about NDC celebs

Ghanaian actress Jessica Williams has lashed out at Ghanaian celebrities that have publicly endorsed President John Dramani Mahama and are taking an active part in the electioneering campaign by National Democratic Congress (NDC), accusing them of engaging in stomach politics.

To Jessica, artistes such as John Dumelo, Mr. Beautiful, Mzbel, Abeiku Santana, Kalsoume Sinare, Amandzeba, Bulldog,Tracey Boakye, among others, are rallying behind NDC mainly for their personal gains and not necessarily because they believe in the party’s ideologies or have the welfare of the state at heart. She claimed these artistes had been baited with money among others for their endorsement of the ruling party and added she had evidence to support her charge, having allegedly been approached to join the campaign trail in return for a juicy offer.“Frankly, all these people know that the country is not moving forward but have decided to endorse the NDC and President Mahama because of their stomachs,” she told Showbiz in an interview.

Jessica Williams

Famous for roles in TV series such as Living With Trisha, Charade, Table of Men, and The Storm, Jessica said she did not belong to any political party but was of the conviction the NDC had failed Ghana and Ghanaians. According to her, such “stomach politics” by celebrities was nothing short of a betrayal of their followers’ trust.

“What are you telling your followers who have been loyal to you and trust whatever you say or put out. I believe the right thing should be done and these celebrities are not doing the right thing?” she added. Jessica confessed to Showbiz that she had previously been approached by an NDC bigwig for her endorsement of the party and the promised benefits that came with the request were awesome.

New stunning photos actress Jessica Williams

“I had to turn down the offer because I would have been doing the wrong thing if I had accepted the it, knowing very well everything is wrong with the Mahama led NDC administration,” revealed the actress who has also starred in movies such as Mysterious Girls, Prison or

Marriage, Prince Sam, The Bond and Mabre Agu.

Ironically, despite her strong criticism of the NDC and its celebrity endorsements, the actress stated unequivocably that she was neither a supporter of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) nor had any difficulties with celebrities such as Agya Koo, Kwabena

New stunning photos actress Jessica Williams

Kwabena, Praye, Lucky Mensah and Kwaku Manu throwing their weight behind other political parties out of conviction that Ghana needed a change. “Despite not being affiliated to any political party, I support change and I side with any celebrity who joins the other political parties and not NDC who have nothing new to offer.

Source: showbiz

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PHOTO: Meet The Woman Married To ‘Controversial’ Counsellor Lutterodt

Counselor George Lutterodt is considered one of the most controversial on air relationship and marriage counselors in Ghana and based on his flammable relationship advice, many wonder if he is capable of marriage.

It may (dis)please you to know that the counselor is indeed married and actually has been for more than a decade.

Mr. Lutterodt and his wife were spotted at the just ended Ghana Fashion Awards which were held over the weekend at the Silverstar tower in Accra.

The couple wore matching outfits and beamed with smiles as the cameras focused on them.

This will be the first time the couple’s photo has emerged publicly and many Ghanaians may now put the curiosity about who married the supposed “worst relationship advice giver” in the history of Ghana to rest.

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‘’Tetteh Quarshie Interchange is the Most Useless Interchange in Ghana’’ Kwame Sefah Kai

Kwame Sefah Kai

’Tetteh Quarshie Interchange is the Most Useless Interchange in Ghana’’ Sefah Kai
Chairman General Kwame Sefah Kai has said the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange is the most useless Interchange ever constructed in Ghana.

He said this on his Kokrokoo Super Morning socio-political show this morning. According to Chairman General, the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange has been the most useless Interchange ever constructed in this country. Whiles Nana Bee an NPP activist on his show tried to challenge him, he further added that, he Kwame Sefah Kai, got the privilege to see the original drawings of the interchange as planned by the NDC Government then, and when the NPP took over in 2001, they decided to change the plan in the name of saving some money for the State.

Kwame Sefah Kai
‘’Meanwhile, as at now, we cannot even account for the money that was saved for only God knows what for. The plan for the Tetteh Quarshie was supposed to have an interchange from the small round about which is in front of the Accra Mall to Spintex, Tema, and Lapas. I don’t know why they decided to change the plan. I have stayed in Spintex for the past twenty years, and I can tell you that, the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange is of no use for us living in that area and using that road. The only problem I have with Ghanaians is that, we politicize everything. As I have said this, I know some NPP members will have issues with me and if I had said it against the NDC, they will also take it from a different angle but at the end of the day, fact is fact.’’ Kwame Sefah Kai stated.

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WATCH: Late Katawere Speaks About Death

Late Kumawood Ebenezer Donkor popularly known as Katawere was interviewed on The Delay show, before his untimely death.

The “Efiewura” actor spoke about several things including his career, his family and his religion. The strange part of the interview is where he spoke about death and where he believed he would go after his death.

Watch the full interview below: