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We bring to you another mad sound from DJ Chare which he titles “Mary Born Jesus”

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Ghc 400m Of Ghana’s Oil Money Goes ‘Missing’ | Public Interest And Accountability Committee Demands Explanation From Government

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Whilst still reeling from the Ghc 610m Capital Bank corruption scandal Ghana might soon have to deal with yet another case of ‘sika die’basaa’.

According to the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), about Ghc 400m of oil revenue allocated to be spent cannot be accounted for by the Ministry of Finance.

According to a statement from the PIAC, in 2017 Parliament approved Ghc 700m of Ghana’s oil revenues to be spent and the money was duly dispatched to the Ministry.

However, to this day only Ghc 300m of that money has been duly accounted for, leaving a hole of Ghc 400m which the ministry has not been able to explain despite repeated requests for clarity from the PIAC.

The PIAC writes on its website….

The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) says it is yet to receive any form of correspondence from the Ministry of Finance (MoF) explaining the whereabouts of the over-GH¢400million unutilised oil revenues allocated to the Annual Budget Funding Amount (ABFA) in 2017, as spelt out in the Petroleum Revenue Management Act (PRMA), the PIAC writes on its website.

According to Dr. Steve Manteaw, Chairman of the Committee, the MoF is yet to account for the said amount despite PIAC’s persistent calls for clarity on the matter.

“In 2017, slightly over GH¢700million was set aside, thus allocated and approved by Parliament for spending, which is the ABFA. By the close of 2017, the government had managed to spend only GH¢300million out of the GH¢700million, leaving a balance of GH¢400million. The fact is that the unspent GH¢400million is yet to be accounted for,” he explained.

He added that the Finance Ministry is yet to respond to the Committee’s inquiries about the unspent petroleum cash.

“We’ve actually raised this in our report, and we’ve also written to the minister of finance asking about where the unspent GHC400million is. We’re yet to receive an acknowledgment let alone a response,” he added.

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Listen: Strongman — I Like (Cardi B Cover) (Mixed By KCee)

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Strongman — I Like (Cardi B Cover)

Award-winning rapper Strongman drops his version of the famous single by Cardi B titled ‘I Like It mixed by sensational producer/engineer KCee.

The song comes as a surprise as there was no pre-hype to the tune and fans were not expecting a new project.
Strongman addresses issues of people who claim He sounds local, and also trolls about his stature among other things people have said about him.

Currently nominated for the best rapper category at the Ghana Music Awards UK, Strongman proves his worth to win by showing his lyrical prowess, delivery and multilingual skill on this tune.
Known as the Country’s Favourite Wordsmith, the Sarkcess Music Signee has always shown the tendency of entertaining and informing listeners with his lyricism.

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Kuami Eugene Should Stop Stealing Songs : Kofi Kinaata

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Kofi Kinaata

Ghanaian musician, Martin King Arthur, aka Kofi Kinaata has advised colleague musician Kuami Eugene to stay original with songs he produces.

His comment comes after reports that musician “Kuami Eugene” has been accused again of stealing his new song “Wish Me Well” from an old artiste together with his “Confusion” song making it the second time he has been accused of plagiarism.

Reacting to the issue, the “Single and Free” hitmaker cautioned that, Kuami Eugene should produce original songs to prove his critics wrong or risk losing his brand.

In an interview with Mr El on Connect FM’s mid-morning show ‘Adwumapamere’ he said, “Sometimes it is just by coincidence; you know like they say, great minds think alike. So, it is possible to say things similar to what others may have said in the past without knowing”

“If we do not know the song, it is hiding in an obscure corner, and it has to take some people to hunt for the original composers, then that is a clear insult to our intelligence and an attempt to look sharp,” he said.

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