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Rainbow Radio - Items filtered by date: Saturday, 10 March 2018
Zylofon Music signed artiste, Kumi Guitar, has lambasted the General Overseer of Life Assembly Worship Centre, Rev Christian Kwabena Andrews popularly known as Osofo Kyiri Abosom for saying that, the CEO of the firm, Nana Appiah Mensah, is an occult. The controversial prophet told Prince Kwesi Dadzie aka Mr. Handsome on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm that, the wealth of the young CEO, was made through blood sacrifices. He also revealed that, all the musicians who have signed onto Zylofon Music, have sold their souls to the devil. The prophet said the CEO is an occult and his wealth is not genuine but evil money meant to enslave people. He also indicated further that, all the musicians who have been signed onto the label are also going to be used to win more souls for the devil. But reacting to claims by the prophet, Kumi Guitar, slammed the prophet and took him to the cleaners. According to Guitar, his life has transformed significantly after joining Zylofon. He said, ‘’formerly I could not take care of my child nor pay for the medical bills but since I signed onto Zylofon Music, I have seen significant transformation in his life. Kumi Guitar added, someone has decided to help the creative arts industry grow and you are making claims that he is an occult? He wondered why the man of God failed to approach Nana Appiah Mensah on his so-called prophecy. He described him as a fake prophet who is capitalizing on the popularity and success of the CEO to make himself relevant.
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General Overseer of Life Assembly Worship Centre, Rev Christian Kwabena Andrews popularly known as Osofo Kyiri Abosom has revealed on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm that, all the musicians who have signed onto Zylofon Music, have sold their souls to the devil. Speaking on GH Entertainment with host Prince Kwesi Dadzie, the man of of God said, all the artistes will continue to be slaves for the CEO of Zylofon Music, Nana Appiah Mensah. The prophet said the CEO is an occult and his wealth is not genuine but evil money meant to enslave people. He also indicated further that, all the musicians who have been signed onto the label are also going to be used to win more souls for the devil. Osofo Kyiri Abosom, stated that Nana Appiah, made his money through blood sacrifice and evil deeds hence his wealth is tainted with evil. The pastor further warned artistes and actors who are getting close to the Zylofon boss to be extremely careful because his money is evil and it has repercussions on anyone who enjoys it. Meanwhile, the CEO has declined to comment on the issue and hinted of requesting for the tape and react to the claims at the appropriate time.
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Young and talented female dancehall artiste, Dhat Gyal, originally known as Ernestina Afare, has rebutted claims of her copying the late dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns. In an exclusive interview with Prince Kwesi Dadzie, host of GH Entertainment on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, the songstress said she has her own style and cannot copy Ebony as posited by some entertainment critics. Dhat Gyal released her fast track titled ‘Any Man Na Man’ after releasing several mash-ups. She has been tipped as Ghana’s next big shot in the dancehall scene. She has expressed her readiness for the competition ahead of her. Ernestina (Dhart Girl) is a Junior High School graduate looking forward to enter Senior High School. Dhat Gyal hopes to be one of the greatest musicians in the world. Artistes like Efya, Kodjo Antwi and Rihanna are her biggest inspiration.
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Fast rising Ghanaian female artiste, Ernestina Afare, known in the showbiz circles as Dhat Gyal, has disclosed on GH Entertainment that, she’s been unable to continue her secondary education after basic school, due to financial challenges. The talented young songstress told Prince Kwesi Dadzie aka Mr. Handsome that, although she successfully completed junior high school, she is unable to attend senior high due to the inability of her parents to provide her fees. She was however quick to add that, ‘’I will go back to school. I have plans to go back to school.’’ The young talented girl after releasing several mash-ups has inked for herself a 5-year working contract with a Norway based Ghanaian Production house, 5K Productions. She also dispelled rumours about she is copying the late Ebony Reigns. She insisted that, ‘’I am not copying or trying to be Ebony. I am Dhat Gyal and I have my own style. She has promised to release great and award winning tracks for her massive fans that have supported her since she entered the scene.
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Perez University College held its 6th Congregation Ceremony on Saturday March 10, 2018 at Perez Chapel International, Perez Dome, Dsorwulu junction, Accra-Ghana. The ceremony graduated 55 Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), graduates with options in Accounting, Banking and Finance, Human Resource Management and Marketing. Four others were also awarded with a degree from the School of Theology (BA Biblical Studies). Twenty-two (22) graduated with a Diploma in Christian Ministry whereas three others received Certificate in Christian Ministry. Six more students received Certificate in Greek 1 and one student was awarded 3 months certificate in Christian Ministry. The ceremony was under the theme, ‘’The Entrepreneurial University: A Model University for the 21st Century’’. Chancellor of the university college, Bishop Charles Agyinasare, said the hardworking of faculty and staff, motivation of students and investment has been the strength of the school. The school he indicated has an entrepreneurial village where students are trained on entrepreneurial skills aside the major course. The course he noted gives students the opportunity to set up their own enterprises. He also admonished government to assist private universities in terms of equipments, infrastructure so they can provide quality training. He said, a nation that fails to train its youth, would not develop hence, the need for government to partner with the private sector to provide the best of training for our youth. The Guest Speaker, Prof. Boasiako Omane-Antwi, in his speech said, an educated and skilled human resources is absolutely critical for a country’s sustained economic growth. Entrepreneurship in higher education he noted is now recognized as a major driver to underpin creativity and innovation in the 21st century. The challenges of Ghana he enumerated are many and in mentioning some of them he said, Ghana is faced with low manufacturing value-addition enterprises, low savings and investments, over dependent on one or two commodities for foreign earnings among others. Based on these, Ghana needs capacity building in various facets of teh economy to withstand the challenges, he added. He admonished the graduates to broaden their intellectual horizon to include a multi-cultural environment. According to him, because we are conducting business on a global economic playing field, the graduates need to learn a second language –‘’maybe French, Chinese, Spanish, or German,’’ he said. He challenged them to create their own enterprises instead of depending on government to employ them. The Chancellor’s Award (Overall Best Student) was given to Joseph Boateng Sarfo who graduated with First Class, BA Biblical Studies (GPA of 3.81). Perez University College is an accredited educational initiative by Perez Chapel International. On November 15, 2015, Perez Chapel International, led by Bishop Charles Agyinasare, acquired Pan African Christian University College (PACUC) at Gomoa Pomadze-Winneba, the ffirst accredited private university college in the Central Region, Ghana, Hence, the name was changed to Perez University Colleges (Perez-UC). The School of Theology has affiliation with the Trinity Theological Seminary (TTS) and the School of Business is affiliated to the University of Cape Coast. These mentor institutions have the responsibility for overseeing the courses, training and certification of the respective schools. The school’s board of directors include: Dr Charles Agyinasare, Dr Mensa Otabil, Professor Omane-Antwi, Professor Asamoah Gyadu, Professor Addo Obeng, Dr Kotei Dzani, Mr. Francis Ashinyo, Honourable Sylvester Mensah, Dr Mrs Vivian Amoako, Dr Emmanuel Saboro, Professor Amoa Awua, Bishop Dr Prince Baah Mrs Grace Dolphy, Prof. Joshua Danso Owusu-Sekyere, and Rev. Julius Ankomah, Founded in March 1987 in Tamale, the Northern regional capital of Ghana, Perez Chapel International is currently headquartered in Accra. The founders, Most Rev. Dr Charles Agyin Asare and Rev. Mrs Vivian Agyinasare are also the senior pastors of the church’s Perez Dome, said to be the largest auditorium in Ghana. This acquisition was made for Perez College, which used to be Perez Chapel’s Bible School. Formerly known as World Miracle Ministerial College (WMMC), the Bible College was started in September 1992 in Tamale by Bishop Agyinasare, and was later renamed Miracle Ministerial College (MMC) when it was relocated to Accra in 1994. In 2013, the institution’s name was changed to Perez College (when the Church’s name was changed to Perez Chapel International) and authorized by the National Accreditation Board. –
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The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has in a statement hinted of steps it is taking to address challenges in the microfinance sector. This was contained in a statement signed by Secretary of the bank, Mrs. Caroline Otoo. Read Below the full statement NOTICE TO THE BANKS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC NOTICE NO. BG/GOV/SEC/2018/05 NOTICE ON LICENSED MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS The Bank of Ghana has noted the challenges in the microfinance sector and would like to assure the public that it is taking steps to address these challenges. The Bank has been monitoring Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) through offsite surveillance and onsite examination, and also has held a number of meetings with the shareholders and management of the affected institutions. Together with the Government, the Bank is working on a comprehensive reform program to address the challenges in the sector, and strengthen regulatory and supervisory oversight. For the avoidance of doubt, the list of names of licensed MFIs in general compliance with Bank of Ghana’s guidelines, is attached. (Sgd.) CAROLINE OTOO (MRS) THE SECRETARY 8th March, 20 Attach
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