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Return my award if it’s fake- Dr UN dares Sarkodie

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Self-acclaimed Global Ambassador for the United Nations (UN), Dr Kwame Fordjour, popularly known as ‘Dr. UN’ has dared renowned Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie born Michael Owusu Addo to return his award if he insists it is fake.

The daring Dr. Kwame Fordjour who maintained that the awards scheme which saw top media personalities, people in academia and others being decorated with what he termed as a prestigious is credible.

Dr UN who was speaking on Angel Drive on Kumasi-based Angel Fm hosted by Ike De Unpredictable monitored by MyNewsGh.com condemned Sarkodie for criticizing his Global Blueprint Excellence Award.

“How can Sarkodie describe the award I gave him as fake? I gave Sarkodie and others genuine awards. I’m ready to help Sarkodie to if he humbles himself” Dr UN said.

Dr UN urged Sarkodie to bring back his award if he (Sarkodie) thinks the award is fake.

“He should return it if it is fake” Dr UN challenged.

The awards scheme titled the Global Blueprint Excellence Award, held on August 28, at the Alisa Hotel, according to Dr UN, was to celebrate achievements of recipients in various fields.

Other celebrities who were also awarded include D-Black, Berla Mundi, Johnnie Hughes, Dr Okoe Boye, Daughters of Glorious Jesus, Nathaniel Attoh, SK Boafo, Chairman Wontumi and others.

Commenting on his recent arrest when he was asked by Ike De Unpredictable, Dr UN said “I’m focused and determined so I won’t allow the arrest to divert my attention and my dreams”.

Source: MyNewsGh.com/Stephen Zoure/2021

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Nketia Announced His long-awaited Ep As He explains Each song on the Ep

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The project contains 5 songs that take audiences through a love journey with ups and downs.

Mr lover was produced by 2shuus. The beat is a mix of Ghana Highlife and Drill and having Sirge verse was the bridge between Highlife and Drill.

Mr lover’s which shows the young and wild love of Nketia to ladies and parties, the song featured Sirge who is an Afro pop artist, Sirge who is well known for his eccentric style.

Meko is watching Nketia. His relationship’s frustration on a convas using his vocals after that storm, Nketia see the sun.
Sing for you” is a new beginning for Nketia He shows us that love can make you go the extra mile to make your partner happy. the song was produced by Nketia.

Yes, I Do, we all get to witness the beauty of love, the moment the whole world is seeing a bachelor a player, and a lover moving to become a king to his queen.

Nketia has one of his friends and artist Arthejay to support his life decisions.

Finally, Borkoor is the reward for letting go of your ladies and sticking with your love, Nketia goes into detail about what it’s like to spend the night with a goddess.

 

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D-Black’s night club disconnected by ECG for power theft – ghanapublisher.com

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Oasis Pool and Shisha Lounge in Accra has been cut off from the national grid for power theft.

The night club, which is said to be owned by popular hiplife musician D-Black, is located at Cantonments behind the police headquarters in Accra.

Operators were caught red handed by the National Taskforce of the Electricity Company of Ghana for bypassing the meter to use electricity.

The Taskforce visited the premises of the lounge, where it uncovered the illegality, which is alleged to have taken place for a long time.

The ECG has since served notice to the managers of the facility to report at their office for further interrogation.

A number of public and private institutions have been caught over the past five weeks ever since the power distributor declared war on debtors and illegal connections.

When Citi News visited the facility, it was observed that the lounge depends heavily on power to sustain its operations.

They use sound systems, refrigerators, and other electrical gadgets.

Credit: CitiNews.com

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D-Black’s night club disconnected by ECG for power theft – ghanapublisher.com

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Oasis Pool and Shisha Lounge in Accra has been cut off from the national grid for power theft.

The night club, which is said to be owned by popular hiplife musician D-Black, is located at Cantonments behind the police headquarters in Accra.

 

Operators were caught red handed by the National Taskforce of the Electricity Company of Ghana for bypassing the meter to use electricity.

The Taskforce visited the premises of the lounge, where it uncovered the illegality, which is alleged to have taken place for a long time.

The ECG has since served notice to the managers of the facility to report at their office for further interrogation.

A number of public and private institutions have been caught over the past five weeks ever since the power distributor declared war on debtors and illegal connections.

When Citi News visited the facility, it was observed that the lounge depends heavily on power to sustain its operations.

They use sound systems, refrigerators, and other electrical gadgets.

Credit: CitiNews.com

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