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Fuse ODG secures land for a senior high school and university in Akosombo

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Nana Richard Abiona, better known by his stage name Fuse ODG, has acquired a land at Akosombo in the Eastern Region of Ghana to build a senior high school and university.

The musician visited the site with top NBA player, Luol Deng who played for the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls.

The NBA star was excited to see the project of his friend, Fuse ODG. He pledged to support his friend.

The UK-based Ghanaian artiste in partnership with a charity called Wood World Mission raised funds to build a primary school in Akosombo.

The ‘Azonto’ hitmaker is now on a mission to build a secondary school and a university, hence the acquisition of the land.

He revealed during the tour of the land that the short-term vision is to establish a senior high school.

Fuse ODG however, opined that in the long-term, the vision is also to construct a university.

According to Fuse, most of the children who started the primary school years ago will be completing Junior High School in some few years and need to continue to the Senior High School hence his idea to erect a building for education at the secondary level.

Fuse ODG is an English recording artist of Ghanaian descent. He is best known for his 2013 single ‘Antenna’ which peaked at number 7 on the UK Singles Chart, and for featuring in Major Lazer’s ‘Light It Up (Remix)’ which also peaked at number 7 on the UK Singles Chart.

Born in London and raised in Ghana, Fuse returned to London for his secondary education, where he attended the Archbishop Lanfranc School, Croydon. He grew up in Mitcham, South London.

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Stonebwoy’s Former Manager Disappointed In His Onetime Artiste

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After parting ways with the Bhim nation honcho Stonebwoy, Karl Gidiglo the name that has been known for working to advance the career of Stonebwoy and building his current Burniton Music Group from scratch expresses disappointment in Stonebwoy and says he [Stonebowy] is insecure about his position in the music Industry.

Karls comment comes at the back of assertions made by Stonebwoy in an interview which suggested that he Karl has been struggling with his signed artistes since they parted ways.

Karl’s comments which were penned down in a press release cited by Georgebritton.com sounded as though the two parted ways on not too much of a good grounds.

Touching on the attack, he said,

“This needless and unprovoked attack on me and my team exposes his deep insecurity about his place in the music industry.”

It’s an open secret that one of the artists on Karl’s Freedom Cry Record label by name Eye Judah sounds and possesses same mannerisms as Stonebwoy if not more and has been tipped to be the next best person to fill in and take after Stonebwoy.

Below is the full statement issued by Karl.

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We Lack Unity In The Music Industry : Queen Haizel

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Ghanaian musician Queen Haizel who is known to be staying in Accra-Madina but hails from Cape Coast in the Central Region visited her homeland on the radio tour she’s embarking on.

According to her this is her first time being on radio interviews in Cape Coast although she has visited the place on several occasions.

When asked if she knows any female musician in the Central Region she mentioned Eshun and added “she’s the only one i know”.

The host Kwaku Bee of Okokroko fm mentioned other female musicians who also hails from the region to her and asked if she has heard about them and will love to work with any of them.

She stated;”why not,i will be very glad to work with any artiste from the central region not necessarily the ladies but any musician who is also ready to work with me”.

She later told the host how one female musician turned down her request to work with her on a track which being the main reason she’s not approached any other female musician but she made it known that she’s ready to work with anyone so far as the person is ready to work with her.

She ended the interview by suggesting all musicians in the Central Region lift up their game and join forces just like how the musicians in Tema did to prove to the country that Central Region also has talents.

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You Can’t Reply Sarkodie Because You Are Out Of Words : SarkNatives To Shatta Wale

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Over the week, SHATTA WALE, Ghanaian versatile dancehall artist was on Zylofon FM for his album listening and according to him BET winner Sarkodie can’t reply him.

According to the dancehall artist, Sarkodie is hungry and needs monies so he did a diss song for him [Sarkodie] in order to get more monies.

But in a huge tweet reply to th e self-acclaimed dancehall king, Sarkodie’s major fanbase has replied Shatta Wale has they said Shatta Wale is out of words and the Advice some has baptized his soul.

The tweeted;First in history 😂😂😂
You out of words man😂😂😂
#Advice baptize your soul 😂😂😂😂😂

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