Maybe you will be shocked to see this beautiful Ghanaian army officers jamming to Stonebwoy’s Kpo K3k3. Their love for Stonebwoy is very deep…
Just seat back and enjoy your self..
Shatta Michy while still in her hideout after her troubles with 3Music Award’s reigning Male Artiste of the Year, Shatta Wale in a rather surprising move has shared a picture that totally shows almost all the parts of her body except her tonga which is slightly covered with a ‘small’ pantie.
Even though the photo sighted on her Instagram is a little blurred, every reasonable being who has eyes we will see that her melons are left hanging in the selfie she took in front of the mirror from her hideout with her son, Majesty.
Her move is quite surprising because the ‘Low tempo’ is not known for that, unlike the likes of Moesha Budoung, Princess Shyngle and others.
To a section of social media users who have seen the intriguing photo, Mitchy probably did this to spite Shatta Wale and remind him of what he is missing after she left him because of his constant physical and emotional abuse.
It will be recalled that the two lovebirds recently ‘ended’ their on and off love relationship, even though they made plans to get married, after some wild allegations made their way onto social media from their camp.
Check out the photo below:
Controversial actress Xandy Kamel has posted a somewhat awkward video on Social media, asking her future husband to find her before things get out of hand.
It seems the Kumawood actress wants to settle down now and in what seemed like a funny video, she warned her future husband to come and marry her soon before the size of her ‘somewhere’ increases.
She’s heard crying out in the video, “Dear future husband, are you mad, what are you waiting for, do you want me to date all these guys before you show your face?. Don’t you know the place will become a manhole, can you enjoy manhole why are you doing this, you better show up…”
Most of the time, what leads a woman’s initial attraction to a man is his physical make up. But once we get past the looks, what is it that keeps a man attractive in the eyes of women? Well, there’s a lot more than meets the eye and gentlemen everywhere need to know the traits that make them attractive and make women want to be around them. Here are 10 ideas.
A great smile is one of the greatest attraction of a man. It breaks a woman’s resistance and allows her to relax around you without any verbal language. This is why a man who is generous with his smile is guaranteed to be maintain a women-magnet.
What most women first notice are a your physical assets, but what lingers in their mind is your masculinity. It’s in the way you move and talk that keeps a woman’s eyes on you and creates her instinctive feelings of attraction.
Confidence makes a man. Show her your male confidence and that you’re self-assured, never backing down from any situation. Make her feel protected. There’s just something about a commanding vibe and aura of authority that women seeking men can’t resist.
4. Eye contact
A man who knows how to have eye contact is a man who knows how to communicate. It’s the best way to show that you’re listening to what a woman is saying. It also makes a woman feel special and cared for.
5. Aromatic sense
If a man looks good and smells even better, women are bound to swarm around him.
6. Having a sense of style
It’s not the clothes that make a man sexy, but how he carries his apparel with confidence and ease that does. Clothes don’t impress women; it’s the man that makes those clothes look good on him that does. Avoid styles which are unattractive to women like tight leather pants, pants that are too big and socks pulled up to your knees with shorts.
7. Communication skills
Conversational skills are necessary for any man to succeed with women. He must know when and how to start up a conversation and carry it on intelligently.
8. Being able to cook
Most men have no problem when it comes to outdoor grilling, but when they can get down in the kitchen, that’s impressive to most women.
9. Having sensitivity
Sensitivity means having a sense of empathy, confidentiality and trust rolled into one. When a woman confides something or expresses her feelings, she just needs an ear to listen so she can let off steam. However, too much sensitivity can be mistaken for femininity.
10. Having a sense of humor
A man with a good sense of humor automatically is considered sexy by women. Women think that if he can make them with laugh in public, chances are he can also make them giggle in bed.
There are wild rumors that our very own outspoken sexy actress, Lydia Forson is in a secret relationship with controversial artists, Wanluv Kubolor.
It is no secret that Lydia Forson and Wanluv Kubolor have become extremely close lately for strange reasons. From openly playing with each other to enjoying great moments together, these two have been seen displaying some sort of affection for each other.
Quite recently, a video surfaced online of Lydia Forson enjoy some great moment with the controversial singer who walks barefooted.
In the video, Wanluv Kubolor was singing to her “Sweetheart” whiles Lydia moves to the romantic gesture.
Well, the two have deepened the rumors again. Just a few hours ago Lydia Forson made a most about this time being an alasa season. From nowhere the alleged new found love, Kubolor jumped on the post and wrote: “hani pls r u home? I need a samtin”.
Hardly have we finish digesting this bomb comment when Lydia Forson responded: “@wanlov see I know how to catch your eye ? ? I know what you need paaaaaa”.
Well, we are are not drawing any conclusions yet. We just wanted you to know something maybe really be cooking between these two controversial personalities.
The keyword still remains, “Maybe” but we are closely observing. For now, it still remains “alleged” .
Time will tell.
Girls who are not looking for marriage are stumbling on it AND those who are desperate for it can’t find it. Generally speaking, ladies in our society divide their adult lives into four distinct phases.
Play time (Age 19-22) This is a period where, Cyndi Lauper’s song says, “girls just wanna have fun”. When a man asks her out, she comes along with three of her roommates and wonders why he was frowning throughout the evening and drinking only water. She shares almost all her mischief with her friends and they have a good laugh over it. At this stage of their lives, girls see men as playthings; During this phase, any suggestion of a serious relationship is dismissed with the contempt reserved for fun-spoilers.
Open time (Age 23-28). In this period, girls still want to have fun, but not just fun. They want to have fun with a purpose. They are looking to grow in love and get married (in that order). At this stage, her ideal man is no longer a set of qualities she wants, BUT a workmate, a churchmate, a gymmate…in other words, someone within. She knows him and sees him frequently. As she gets dangerously close to 28 and the man of her fantasies is not any closer to making a move, she widens her net. Then she starts bidding. Her open bidding process lasts a year without a single bid, then reality hits. She looks back at all the bidders she threw out without consideration and none of them looks back. In fact, most of them are probably happily married or inviting her to their wedding meetings. Tick, tack, tick, tack…Time is going……….
Desperation time (Age 29-33) She is now 29, which means 30 is just 365 days away. As the days go by, she forgets that marriage involves two people. She tries to take the bull by the horns, so to speak. Now she can only date ‘serious’ people.
And this creates two discernible dangers for her.
1. Her definition of a serious man is one who is willing to have the second date at her parent’s home, and the third date at their wedding reception. Any man who can be rushed like that is either a very old man or a conman.
2. At this stage, a girl has lost the ability to fall in love, all she wants is to fall in marriage. Men notice this attitude from a distance and take off.
Single motherhood (Ages 33 ———) When the prospect of marriage seems to be vanishing with the horizon, it’s time to look for any prospective man He must be responsible, good looks are an added advantage.
Remember those distinct phases; Play time, Open time, Desperation time and Single motherhood. Anyone who has been through campus knows all about the nightmare of registration. You get to the faculty and there is a queue of students waiting to enlist. Exams are around the corner and you must complete the process in time or you miss out. But the lady in charge of the registration process looks tired, bored, demotivated and desperate. Hanging above her desk is a notice that reads: “A delay on your part does not constitute an emergency on ours.” And she has a point. The office was open throughout the semester but no one showed up to register until the final few days. And now we expected her to jump up and down at our work.
Back to the subject of marriage. From my observation, girls who end up in stable marriages are those who use their Open Time wisely. But so many girls tend to abuse their Open Time in one of the following ways.
1. The dream man In every group,there is a man who is seen as the ideal husband for most girls. He is the man of their fantasies. The trouble is; that prize man is being eyed by twenty girls; all of whom are hoping to win the race. He plays ‘good friend’ to all the girls and keeps them hanging on the cross of hope.When he eventually proposes to one, he leaves nineteen others flat on their faces. Their Open Time is coming to an end and Desperation Time is knocking on the door.
2. Ideal vs Available Then they wake up to the realisation that they wasted their Open Time. So when she wakes up from her disappointment, all the men who were interested in her, the men whose proposals she threw out, have moved on and they seem happily married. If only one of them would come back she would gladly take him in, but none of them returns.
4. A delay on your part… Like those men don’t want to talk about marriage on the first or fourth date. They don’t want to meet your parents before they are well acquainted with you. Don’t expect the world to align itself to your desperation. There are certain things you cannot push; the only pushing you will do is pushing prospective husbands away from U.
Now for some advice:
*Don’t waste your open time pursuing a so-called dream man. He is probably not worth it*.
A dream man today might turn out to be a loser tomorrow. That’s usually the case. Remember those men whom you celebrated in Secondary School. Where are they now?
The man you turn down today because he doesn’t meet your lofty aspirations might turn out as the dream man tomorrow. If you cannot catch a buffalo, settle for an antelope.
* Remember, the people who are desperate did not end up that way because they didn’t have opportunities; no……. they ended up that way because they spurned their opportunities.
God doesn’t see us for what we are, He sees us for what we can be.
Girls, hold the same attitude when considering prospective husbands.
An unidentified woman believed to be in her late 30s has been found dead in a well at the Paraku Estate, a suburb of Kumasi.
The lifeless body of the lady was found by some residents who had gone to fetch water from the well.
One of the residents, Kofi De-Acquah told Adom FM’s morning show, Dwaso Nsem Friday that residents were in a shock over how the woman found her way through the narrow entrance of the well.
“We have no idea how the woman got into the well because the opening in through whichpeople fetch water from the well is very narrow. We are shocked at how she ended up in the well dead,” he narrated.
He suspects the woman may have fallen into the well several hours before her body was discovered on Friday morning, judging from its pale nature.
“A resident who went to fetch water from that well hit the dead body with his bucket and that was how she realized there was someone dead in the well,” he said.
Police have since visited the scene in an effort to retrieve the body from the well.
According to him, a mobile phone left behind by the deceased keeps ringing but residents are unable to pick the calls for fear of breaching with evidence at the scene.
The deceased also left behind a pair of slippers and an undisclosed amount of money believed by the well.
1. A plane will land safely at KIA
2. Twins will be born in Ghana
3. A guy in his thirties will marry a lady in her twenties.
4. JM will win the NDC primaries hands down.
5. Nana Addo will be elected as NPP candidate and he will select Dr. Bawumia as his running mate for the 2020 elections.
6. A connection man will chop someone’s money for free without providing the US or Schengen visa.
7. An MTTD police officer will take money from a drivers license without inspecting the validity of the license.
8. A lady will break a good guys heart and a certain guy will also break a beautiful lady’s heart..
9. A guy in his twenties will be arrested by the police (this can be averted by prayer).
10. NDC will accuse NPP of some scandals.
11. There will be births, marriages and deaths across the land.
12. It will rain in 2019
13. Someone will collect someone’s gal
14. Some ladies will get broken heart this year
15. Some party supporters will beat their leader this year
16. More demo this year
17. Our president will travel even more than last year.
18. Black stars of Ghana can win any Cup this year.
19. Jordan Ayew will the next leader of the Black stars
20. Most guy are going to be land lords.
I’ll add more when I return from the 8th heaven.
Former General Secretary of the Christian Council of Ghana, Rev. Dr. Opuni Frimpong has asked church leaders to ‘pursue the discontinuation of death predictions on National leaders’.
He says the media especially must stop providing “oxygen to the death predictions for public decency and maturity of religious practices to thrive”.
He further intimated in a statement that ministers of the gospel who understand the prophetic gifts and ministry must intensify Christian Education on the subject both in their congregations and other Media platforms.
“Christian Mutuality and Best Practices in matters of faith cannot be compromised…Like in other countries, I have not heard Churches/Pastors from South Korea, France, Germany, UK, Canada, USA etc frequently predicting or discussing the death of their leaders being it Political, Religious, Traditional, Entertainment etc in Public in the name of Prophecy.
The accumulated evidence of public decency and best practices of healthy relationships must inform the church/prophets on our Public dealings with others. The Church in Ghana must be of better example to others in the African Continent,” he added.
‘Tell the Righteous it shall be well with them’. Isaiah 3:10
Read Below A Copy Of The Statement
Church Leaders and Media must pursue dis-continuation of death predictions on National Leaders-
I have not heard Churches/Pastors from South Korea, France, Germany, UK, Canada, USA etc frequently predicting or discussing the death of their leaders being it Political, Religious, Traditional, Entertainment etc in Public in the name of Prophecy.
The accumulated evidence of public decency and best practices of healthy relationships must inform the church/prophets on our Public dealings with others. The annual pronouncements of death of national leaders has not being beneficial.
We must protect the healthy relationship between the church and public officials including church and Muslim relationships. May be this is the time the Media must stop providing Media Oxygen to the death predictions for public decency and maturity of Religious practices to thrive.
Political leaders who are affiliated to sources of such predictions will do the nation a lot of good if they can distance themselves from death predictions on others.
Moreover, Ministers of the Gospel who understand the prophetic gifts and ministry must intensify Christian Education on the subject both in their congregations and other Media platforms.
Christian Mutuality and Best Practices in matters of faith cannot be compromised. The Church in Ghana must be of better example to others in the African Continent.
‘Tell the Righteous it shall be well with them’. Isaiah 3:10
Rev Dr Kwabena Opuni-Frimpong
Lecturer, Department of Religious Studies, KNUST Kumasi