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Jay Buzzles Drops New Song ‘Wo Botom’ Featuring Guccian

Jay Buzzlesyoung Ghanaian musician, has released another money-related song titled ‘Wo Botom, ‘which translates to ‘Your Pocket’ in English.


The Black Flag Society member employs fellow artiste Guccian to spice up this potential banger.


‘Wo Botom’ is a street anthem which entreats all to put in the works to make money on the daily since the world revols around money.


DJ Fortune DJ produced this new tune with Ray Joe on the mixing and mastering desk.


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Professor Ama Ata Aidoo, A Well-Known Ghanaian Author, Dies At The Age Of 81

One of Africa’s most-celebrated authors and playwrights, Ghanaian Ama Ata Aidoo, has died aged 81.


A renowned feminist, she depicted and celebrated the condition of African women in works such as The Dilemma of a Ghost, Our Sister Killjoy and Changes.


She opposed what she described as a “Western perception that the African female is a downtrodden wretch”.


She also served as education minister in the early 1980s but resigned when she could not make education free.

In a statement, her family said “our beloved relative and writer” passed away after a short illness, requesting privacy to allow them to grieve.


A university professor, Ata Aidoo won many literary awards for her novels, plays and poems, including the 1992 Commonwealth Writers Prize for Changes, a love story about a statistician who divorces her first husband and enters into a polygamous marriage.

Her work, including plays like Anowa, have been read in schools across West Africa, along with works of other greats like Wole Soyinka and Chinua Achebe.


When asked by BBC HARDTalk’s Zeinab Badawi in 2014 if she regarded herself as a writer with a mission, she replied: “In retrospect, I suppose I could describe myself as a writer with a mission. But I never was aware that I had a mission when I started to write.

“People sometimes question me, for instance, why are your women so strong? And I say, that is the only woman I know.”


She was a major influence on the younger generation of writers, including Nigeria’s awarding-winning Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

“When I first discovered Ama Ata Aidoo’s work – a slim book on a dusty shelf in our neighbour’s study in Nsukka [in south-eastern Nigeria] – I was stunned by the believability of her characters, the sureness of her touch and what I like to call, in a rather clunky phrase, the validating presence of complex femaleness.

“Because I had not often seen this complex femaleness in other African books I had read and loved, mine was a wondrous discovery: of Anowa, tragic and humane and many dimensional, in Aidoo’s play set in the 1800s in Fantiland; of Sissie, the self-assured, perceptive main character of the ambitious novel Our Sister Killjoy, who wryly recounts her experiences in Germany and England in the 1960s; or of the varied female characters in No Sweetness Here, my favourite of Aidoo’s books.”


Nigerian Afrobeats superstar Burna Boy included her powerful criticism of colonialism and ongoing exploitation of Africa’s resources in his song Monsters You Made in 2020:


“Since we met you people 500 years ago. Look at us, we’ve given everything. You are still taking. In exchange for that, we have got nothing. Nothing. And you know it. But don’t you think that this is over now? Over where? Is it over?”


Ama Ata Aidoo was born in a small village in Ghana’s central Fanti-speaking region in 1942.


Her father had opened the first school in the village and was a strong influence on her.


At the age of 15 she decided that she wanted to be a writer and within just four years, had achieved that ambition after she was encouraged to enter a competition.

“I won a short story competition but learned about it only when I opened the newspaper that had organised it, and saw the story had been published on its centre pages and realised the name of the author of that story in print was mine,” Ata Aidoo once said as she looked back at her career.


“I believe these moments were crucial for me because … I had articulated a dream… it was a major affirmation for me as a writer, to see my name in print.”


She went on to study literature at the University of Ghana and became a lecturer, publishing her first play in 1964.


After her 18 month-foray into politics she went into self-imposed exile in Zimbabwe for a time and became a full-time writer.

Source: BBC

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The SRC President Of UMaT, His Excellency Isaac Aryeetey Fulfill His Promise Again

On Wednesday, April 5, 2023, the Pro Vice Chancellor, Prof. Anthony Simmons, together with other distinguished principal members and SRC executives of the University of Mines and Technology, performed the sod-cutting ceremony for the construction of the 10NR outdoor reading and relaxation shed at the ED – Block on the Tarkwa campus of the university.


The outdoor reading and relaxation shed, which is sorely funded by the SRC, is a carefully tailored project by the Aryeetey-Kwaning led administration to serve as a relaxation area for the teeming number of non-residential students. With about 80% of the total student population being non-residents, this project will cushion the pressure on the current structures to reduce the struggle for snug sheds in between lecture hours.


In his remarks, the SRC President, His Excellency Isaac Aryeetey, thanked the Executive Council, the Students Parliament, the Judiciary Committee, and management for expediting the project. He also thanked the entire student populace for the trust reposed in him and admonished students to continue to support the SRC as the interests of students have been a paramount responsibility.



Speaking at the ceremony, the Registrar, Mr. Matthew Okrah, among others, congratulated the President His Excellency Isaac Aryeetey and his able SRC executives on such a laudable project and encouraged the SRC to work even harder to ensure the welfare of students remains a top priority.



Special thanks to the Vice Dean of Research, Innovation, and Consultancy, Dr. Frank Boateng, and the Hall Warden of KT Hall, Dr. Cecilia Addae.


The brief and impressive ceremony ended with a vote of thanks from the SRC Attorney General, Miss Edwish Frimpong.

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Apostle Francis Amoako Attah Prophecies About Kumawu By-Election

The SEER, Apostle Francis Amoako Attah-Founder and Leader of Parliament Chapel International has again been hailed by many people who have been following developments as regards the happenings at Kumawu these few days.


The reason for that, this Journalist was amazed to know, and could not hide it from the World is an in-depth prophecy Apostle Francis Amoako released about Kumasi and Kumasi to be precise.


This happened two years ago, on 27th October 2021, when the SEER Apostle Francis Amoako Attah was leading the 2nd ‘Mpaebo Kese’ activities in Church.


‘Mpaebo Kesie’ is a routine power-packed prayer session put together by Parliament Chapel International (PCI) which is held at the Church’s auditorium, where the power and the authority of God is revoked.


During the second session of this all-inspiring prayer session, the SEER, Apostle Francis Amoako Attah told his congregation to “Write this (prophecy) down.”


This didn’t make sense to anybody until last night when all attention of the media, chiefs, and all political parties was drawn to Kumawu to jostle and campaign for vote.


In that Prophesy, Apostle Francis Amoako said in Twi and was translated into English, “We knew that Okomfo Anokye planted a tree, a very big ancient tree, which is dying off and an Angel of the Lord stretches His hands and asked me to see what is happening to the tree. In the realms of the Spirits, I saw a Kumawu Tree, and it is getting sprouted, the Kumawu tree has started growing and now the tree which had died a long time ago; the tree has suddenly grown in Kumawu.”


According to him, the Kumawu tree has branches and produced seven different types of fruits and the whole village and the Ashanti Kingdom turn their attention onto the village (Kumawu).



He said; “I saw a party flag, pick-ups, cars, and what is more surprising is that I saw Kings, chiefs, and big politicians; all coming to Kumawu to eat from that tree.”


The SEER also indicated that the since the Tree has produced seven different fruits, he saw many people in the spirit realm, sneaking into the community to ‘steal’ some of the fruits.


“That Kumawu Tree has sprouted and grown,” he said.


“Write this prophecy down. The Kumawu tree has bear fruits. Kings, and politicians will go there in night to get some of the fruits to eat. People are just sneaking into the community in darkness.”


Apostle Francis Amoako Attah stated strongly that “Hope” is being restored in Kumawu, stressing that “In 2024, the Ashanti Region will become the eye for the winner. And that Ashanti region will become one of the most dangerous places and any party that would joke with that Region would do so at its own risk.


He also mentioned that the Ashanti region will become the basket of decisions in 2024, as “Many stars are coming from Ashanti region.”


This prophesy didn’t make any sense until last night when activities at Kumawu become the top of issues on our airwaves.


Chiefs, and several top politicians from all political parties have traveled to Kumawu to ensure that they, and their party succeed in getting some of the fruits from the Kumawu Tree.



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Pap Jay And Friends Provides For Indigent

Radio presenter, events MC and philanthropist, James Yebuah Mensah popularly known as PapJay has honoured his promise of feeding people on the streets of Kumasi.


Through his newly formed initiative, PapJay and Friends, the Mid Morning Radio Show host on Y102.5FM on Boxing Day (December 26, 2022) hit the streets of Kumasi to feed 200 street children with hot meals and drinks after a successful Waakye Connect Event.


The remarkable venture was in fulfilment of his commitment to giving back to society.


Waakye Connect Event was held earlier at the Greenwood Event Center on 18th December 2022.


The maiden edition of Pap Jay and Friends (Kenkey Edition) saw donations and proceeds going to the mother and Baby Unit of the Mampong Government Hospital.


Pap Jay and Friends is a non-profit Food and Charity event that helps people socialize and eat their favourite meals to their satisfaction with the aim of raising funds and putting smiles on the faces of the less privileged.


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Former GIMPA SRC President Threatens To Sue Alma Mater

The GIMPA SRC President for the 2018/19 academic year, Joseph Osei Mensah, and his executive were accused of embezzling GH70,000 prior to the end of their tenure in office by the then Dean of Students, Prof. Anthony Mawuli Sallar.


As a result, the school withheld his diploma while an investigation was conducted.


The SRC Vice President, Kwadwo Yeboah Darkwah; the SRC Treasurer, Felix Kwasi Donkor; the SRC PRO, Jeffred Okoe Aryeetey; the Finance Committee Chairman, Emmanuel Ashaley Djanie; and the Chairman of the Social Planning Committee, Bright Ayi Junior were also affected.


When the new SRC administration took over, they conducted an independent investigation into the situation.


The outcome established that Mr Osei Mensah and his colleagues were not guilty, stating that the previous administration handed over an audited account in a proper and transparent manner.


As a result, on February 4, 2020, the students’ leadership issued a press statement to clear the former SRC president of the allegations, stating that the SRC’s finances were in order and that there was no embezzlement as reported by the then Dean of Students.


Management, however, was dissatisfied and formed a committee led by Professor Philip Osei Duku, the then Deputy Rector, with other members to investigate the matter further.


Other members included GIMPA’s then-secretary, Julius Atukpui (retired); Dr Lord Yevugah Mawuko, Head of the Department for Public Schools; James Abrah, Director of Finance, and Charity Hayford, who served as Committee Secretary.


The Committee submitted its report in August 2020, after three months of investigation.


He does, however, want the Committee’s recommendations to be fully implemented, with a focus on a release that clears him and his colleagues.


“It is important to note that the recommendations as captured in the Committee’s report, was further tabled at the Central Administration Committee of the Institute, chaired by then Rector, Prof. Phillip Bondzi-Simpson and was further affirmed, which gave the Secretary of the Institute the green light to proceed with the full implementation of the Committee’s recommendations.


Unfortunately, the GIMPA Management has failed to faithfully carry out the full implementation of the recommendations for nearly three years,” he lamented.


The accused’s certificates, however, have been released by the school.

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List Of Statutory Public And Commemorative Holidays In Ghana For 2023

The Ministry of Interior of the Republic of Ghana has outlined the list of statutory public and commemorative holidays for the year 2023.


Starting off on January 1, 2023, which is the New Year, the holidays end on December 26, which is Boxing Day.


The general public has been notified that Saturday, 7th January 2023 marks Constitution Day which is a Statutory Public Holiday.


However, in view of the fact that 7th January 2023 falls on a Saturday, the President of the Republic of Ghana, has by Executive Instrument (E.I), in accordance with Section 2 of the Public Holidays and Commemorative Days Act, (Act 601) declared Monday, 9th January 2023 as an additional Public Holiday which should be observed as such throughout the country.


Below is the full list of Statutory Public And Commemorative Holidays In Ghana For 2023.


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I Finally Accomplished The Most Important Thing In My Life – Michael Blackson Commissions New School In Ghana

Congratulations are in order to American-Ghanaian-Liberian actor and comedian Michael Blackson.

The comedian who recently commissioned a fully furnished school named after him (Michael Blackson Academy) in his hometown Agona Nsaba in the Central Region of Ghana says he is finally an accomplished man.

He made this known during the commissioning on Tuesday, January 3, 2023. The actor also explained the motivation behind establishing the school and the choice of Agona Nsaba as the location.

“I finally accomplished the most important thing in my life which is giving back to the children a chance to become great. Greatness starts with education and a foundational education should not come with financial barriers. Why Agona Nsaba? This is where my life started. This is where my mother was born. Right here on the soil, we’re standing on.” he said.

Students will be provided with free education, food, uniforms and more.



Michael Blackson cut the sod for the construction of the edifice in 2020 and announced its readiness 2 years afterwards.






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Soccer Legend Pelé Will Spend Christmas Hospitalized As Cancer Advances

Brazilian soccer icon Pelé’s cancer ailment has progressed further and he needs care for renal and cardiac failure, according to his medical team. His family indicated he will stay in a hospital in Sao Paulo for Christmas according to a CNN report.


Pelé, 82, has been undergoing medical treatment since a cancerous tumor was removed from his colon last year.  This latest medical stay, according to doctors, will bring a “re-evaluation of the chemotherapy treatment over the colon cancer identified in September 2021,”


The three-time World Cup winner, who is widely regarded as one of the greatest soccer players of all time, has been under treatment for a respiratory infection in addition to his other health setbacks.


One of the soccer star’s daughters, Kely Nascimento-DeLuca explained that her father suffered a COVID-19 infection, despite being vaccinated “with all doses,” as a result of the chemotherapy that had made him more fragile.


Pelé posted on Instagram Sunday commemorating Argentina’s victory in the World Cup final. The photo depicted the team hoisting the trophy. Pele praised team captain Lionel Messi, rising sensation Kylian Mbappe of France, and surprise semifinalist Moroccan team for their play.




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Pelé himself played in four World Cups, winning three in 1958, 1962, and 1970. He scored 12 goals in the 14 games. During his professional career, he scored 1,281 goals  in 1,363 games.



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Elizabeth Amoaa Aka Speciallady Receives Honorary Doctoral Degree Of Letters

Elizabeth Amoaa, popularly known as the Ghanaian woman with two vaginas has received a honorary doctorate degree of letters from American Bible University.


Honorary doctorate degree of letters are awarded to individuals who have been identified as rare exemplars and have enriched the humanities in particular, or humanity at large.



Elizabeth has showed an outstanding achievement in her philanthropic and advocacy work over the years.
Since 2017, her NGO ‘Speciallady Awareness’ has consistently carried out outreach projects in educational establishments and communities in Ghana to raise awareness on reproductive health disorders and combat menstrual poverty.


She established Speciallady Awareness after experiencing a long health history of medical negligence and complications.
The NGO has successfully donated sanitary products and medical items worth thousands of pounds in Ghana.



Elizabeth has made international headlines in over 150 countries with her story being born with a rare congenital abnormality called uterus didelphys.


Uterus didelphys is a rare congenital condition where a female foetus is born with two uteruses, sometimes the baby has two cervixes and rarely two vaginas.


A uterus starts as two ducts. As an unborn baby (foetus) develops, these ducts join together to create the uterus. In Elizabeth’s case the two ducts failed to join together.


She also suffers from severe endometriosis, uterine fibroids and other reproductive health issues.


Elizabeth took a stance and became a Woman Reproductive Health Advocate to encourage other women to seek early diagnosis and appropriate treatment to prevent future medical complications.



Elizabeth happens to be the first black woman in the world to share her story.


She continues to campaign for an early medical intervention for women and girls suffering from reproductive health disorders.
She is the author of the book ‘The Unspoken Identity – The Woman with Two Vaginas.


The book narrates Elizabeth’s journey in discovery of her rare congenital abnormality and other reproductive health issues.


Congratulations Dr Elizabeth Amoaa.

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ExGlo Foundation Supports Livelihood Projects

A nation who does not invest in their young ones isn’t worth dying for they say; in lieu with this adage, ExGlo Foundation, a non-governmental organization in Ghana has been at the forefront of championing charity initiatives as well as educative and well-meaning programmes to help not only the young ones but people in need and support, across various spheres.

ExGlo Foundation recently undertook 2 initiatives worth highlighting. The first one done in Tamale, capital of the Northern Region of Ghana saw Senior High School Girls undergoing training that will be able to equip them for business start-ups after school.


This year, the foundation selected 2 regions and identified two beneficiaries for its activities. The Northern Region and the Central Region were selected with specific reference to the Tamale Girls Senior High School in the North and the Srafa community in the Central region. The objective of the foundation this year was to engage these beneficiaries in skill development training and also to offer educational assistance to the Srafa D/A Basic school.


The rationale behind the skill development training was based on the needs assessment carried out before the training. We discovered that, with regards to the Tamale Girls, most of the students were more likely to venture into entrepreneurship to make a living for themselves after school. But there are little to no skill acquisition avenues in the school and the few existing ones are expensive and thus unaffordable hence they are not able to pursue their entrepreneurial aspirations when they leave school. This is a major problem in our target regions and most of the students involved in this end up becoming delinquent and living reckless lives. Most of the girls become pregnant after a few months of coming out of school with little or no financial support for themselves and their kids.


For the Srafa Community, they discovered that the women in the community are mostly engaged in farming which serves as their only source of income for themselves and their families. Since farming is a seasonal occupation, these women become financially handicapped when it is not yet the farming season. Most of the women in this community are also housewives who have no particular skill to support their families financially aside farming.


As part of their mission as a Foundation, they decided to equip these girls and women with various skills that can help them attain some level of financial freedom.




Skill Development TrainingaAt Tamale Girls Senior High School:

On the 12th of November, 2022 the ExGlo foundation visited the Tamale Girls Senior High School to train them in liquid soap and bead making. As stated early on, the aim was to equip them with these skills to prevent them from being idle and delinquent after school and also acquire entrepreneurial skills to help them in the future.




Skill Development Training at Srafa Community and Donation Of Essential Items to Srafa D/A Basic School


On the 18th of November, 2022 the ExGlo foundation visited the people of Srafa in the Central region. The visitation was in 2 folds. The first half of the program was to donate some essential items the school needs to facilitate learning and some menstrual hygiene items the female students requested for during the needs assessment conducted. Items donated to the school included marker-boards, sanitary pads, towels, soaps, African print cloths (to cover themselves with it in the washroom when changing), dozens of panties and a cupboard where all these menstrual hygiene items can be kept. ExGlo foundation also repaired the spoilt hand wash basin in the washrooms for them and fixed the marker-boards as well.


The second phase involved the entire community, but mostly the women. The aim was to engage them in making shampoo, liquid soap and pastries, which was very successful. The women were equipped with these skills to help them generate extra income to support themselves and their families.


Source of Funding for This Year’s Projects:

The key sponsors and collaborators for this year’s activities are the management of St John’s Hospital and Fertility Centre, Tantra Hill Roundabout, Accra as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility and Best Western Premier, Accra Airport Hotel. Other contributors included Mr Michael Sandow Ali (the chairman of the board), Abeiku Aggrey Santana, Prof. Joshua Y. Abor, Prof. Mrs. Vera Fiador and other family and friends. We are grateful to all our patrons, sponsors and contributors for helping us teach these disadvantaged community members how to fish instead of giving them only fish. God continue to bless their kind hearts.



Special Appreciation:

The foundation would like to thank our hardworking volunteers who helped to make these projects successful. The team was led by Ms Nancy Abena Manko, the Project Manager for the Foundation with oversight provided by the Executive Director, Dr. Patience Aseweh Abor.


Our volunteers for this year’s projects were;

Ms. Priscilla Wiah

Ms. Hannah Ampomah

Ms. Winifred Bakari Soale

Ms. Rahama Issahaku

Ms. Jennifer Yaa Andorful Wilson

Nana Tawiah Gaisie

Mr. Kwesi Ohene-Djan

Mr. Samuel Quansah

Mr. Moses Quarshie

Ms. Alberta Koffuah



The ExGlo foundation initially targeted the Central, North, Upper East and The Upper West Regions for skill development training but due to financial constraints, we were able to focus on just 2 Regions. They are appealing to the general public, other NGOs, organizational bodies et al to help our cause so we can reach out to more beneficiaries. Thank you.


For donations and further information, please contact them via email: or on phone via 0264234016 or 0245581612 or via their website


About ExGlo Foundation

As part of our Vision statement, ExGlo Foundation is dedicated to partnering and working closely with various stakeholders to ensure that the people of the rural areas of the Central, Upper East, Upper West and Northern Regions enjoy access to a decent education, healthcare, and sustainable livelihood projects to improve their lives. we have been dedicated to this goal since 2012. In the past 8 years, we have engaged in various activities which include but are not limited to helping some brilliant but deprived students to complete school through the payment of their fees, donation of stationeries, student and staff tables and chairs, clothing and other essential items. The foundation also organized health talks and screening, offered career guidance to its beneficiaries, and as well as skill development training.

Membership of ExGlO is open to professionals, graduates, graduate students, foundations, corporate bodies, or anyone interested in helping the organization to achieve its aims and willing to abide by the rules and regulations.


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