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I’m Sometimes Tempted To Return To Hiplife : Yaw Siki



Yaw Siki

Hiplife artiste-now-turned-evangelist Yaw Siki says he received and handled the biggest amount of money when he gave his life to Christ contrary to what others may think.

The evangelist, who is now called Brother Yaw, made this revelation on TV3‘s New Day on Wednesday, November 7.

Asked if he misses the huge sums of money he made as a hiplife musician, the evangelist said Christianity has given him much more than he ever handled while in the world.

“Even then, I was not having big money, I was yet to make it big…It was even when I got into Christ that I saw the biggest money in my life.

“It was an offering, someone just called me and said Yaw, this is what God wants me to give to you, and he gave it to me,” he told New Day host Johnnie Hughes.

The Wope dodo hitmaker gave his life to Christ after he was involved in a near-fatal accident.

Since 2013, he decided to ditch secular music and focus on preaching the gospel.

Speaking about his turnaround of some five years, he noted that although he is sometimes tempted to go back to the world, he takes consolation in doing the work of God; hence he is committed to sticking to preaching the gospel.

“Honestly sometimes when I am there and I see some of the people that I started rapping with, and I see they are at certain levels, I feel that if I were there, I would have been up too, but I remember that I have a mission to fulfill, and that is what is more important, because many people will be blessed.

“I am not going back, even though I am tempted to, even though I am tested to, even though there are things that want me to go back, I am not going back because I am not fulfilled there…I wasn’t fulfilled, I was empty, when I came to Christ, preaching…. These works make me fulfilled.”

Referring to highlife musician Ofori Amponsah, who also abandoned secular music and later returned with a highlife song, Brother Yaw said Ghanaians should give Ofori Amponsah a chance to find himself.

“…Once he is still alive and kicking, it means God has not given up on him, and so we should also not give up on him, we should pray for him , intercede that his divine purpose will fulfilled, that God will use him for all that he wants to use him for so that you and I will benefit .”

Yaw Siki is scheduled to preach the gospel at a programme dubbed ‘Jericho Accra’

It is an annual event hosted by Prophet Emmanuel Agyei.

The event, which begins on November 11 through to November 18, will see Brother Yaw and some other showbiz personalities in the evangelism business share their stories and preach the gospel to inspire patrons.

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The Top 10 Richest Football Club Owners Revealed



Surprisingly, Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour is not on top of the pile, with international investment elsewhere beating him.

There are five Premier League chiefs in the list of the top 10 richest owners in world football.

But somewhat surprisingly, Manchester City boss Sheikh Mansour is not at the top of the tree.

However, the money invested into Manchester City has been mammoth – so much so, that by January 2018, they had a bigger annual spend on their defence than 52 actual countries.

City are not the only ones to have substantial investment pumped into their team, with clubs from around Europe and also the United States boasting billionaire backers.

Here are the top 10 richest owners in world football.

10. Joe Lewis – Tottenham Hotspur – £3.8billion

Lewis (left) had a huge role to play in the building of Tottenham's new stadium

Despite their inactivity in the transfer market, Spurs certainly do not lack any financial backing.

Owner Joe Lewis, one of the richest men in the UK, financed the reported £800million bill for the construction of Tottenham ’s new stadium.

9. Zhan Jindang – Inter Milan – £5.2billion

A chinese billionaire who earned his fortune through, one of China’s largest appliance retailers and e-commerce companies, Jindang took over Inter Milan in 2016.

His impact resulted in instant on-field success, as Inter improved from a seventh place finish in 2017 to 4th place and a return to the Champions League in 2018.

8. Shahid Khan – Fulham – £5.4billion

After watching his team suffer relegation during the season in which he bought the club, Khan has financed a return to the Premier League this season.

He is not shy at making big decisions either, as he illustrated this season when he replaced manager Slavisa Jokanovic with Claudio Ranieri following a poor start to the season, after spending over £100million on 12 new players in the summer of 2018.

7. Nasser Al-Khelaifi – PSG – £6.2billion

Since becoming club president in 2011 when his Qatar Sports Investment company took control, Al-Khelaifi has helped guide Paris Saint-Germain to dizzy new heights, including five league titles and four Coupe de France crowns in the last six years.

A combined £350million was spent over the last two summers to acquire the services of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, both moves making up the top two most expensive transfers of all time.

6. Stan Kroenke – Arsenal – £6.4billion

Known as ‘Silent Stan’ throughout the Arsenal faithful, Stan Kroenke has a net worth that doesn’t appear to add up with Unai Emery’s transfer budget.

Owner of Kroenke Sports and Entertainment, the American also owns NFL outfit the LA Rams, as well as the Gunners, whom he became a majority shareholder of in 2011.

5. Roman Abramovich – Chelsea – £8.3billion

Arguably the man who transformed Chelsea from a Premier League side to a European giant, Roman Abramovich took over the West London club in June 2003.

By 2006, Chelsea had won consecutive Premier League titles, two more than they had when Abramovich took over.

In terms of Chelsea fans, Abramovich has proven it is possible to buy happiness.

4. Philip Anschutz – LA Galaxy – £10billion

A recipient of National Soccer Hall of Fame Medal of Honour for his contributions to the growth of football in the United States, Anschutz is owner of MLS side LA Galaxy.

The signings of David Beckham, Steven Gerrard and Zlatan Ibrahimovic outline his ambition for the club, who have won the MLS Cup on five occasions.

3. The Agnelli family – Juventus – £10.4billion

Having owned Serie A side Juventus since 1947, the Agnelli family owning Juventus is reportedly the longest running sporting dynasty in Italy.

Despite their fortune, Juventus have garnered a reputation for smart transfer dealings, signing Andrea Pirlo, Dani Alves and Paul Pogba on free transfers in recent years.

2. Sheikh Mansour – Manchester City – £17billion

Historically the ugly duckling of the two Manchester clubs, Manchester City have gone onto win three Premier League titles this decade and have an annual defence spending greater than 52 countries since the purchase of the club by Mansour in 2008.

City Football Group are also contributing hugely to the surge in popularity of the MLS, founding New York City FC in 2015, who have since signed David Villa, Andrea Pirlo and Frank Lampard.

While Mansour’s value is only £17billion, the Mansour family have an estimated worth of close to £1trillion.

1. Dietrich Mateschitz – New York Red Bulls – £17.8billion

Co-founder of the Red Bull energy drink company, Mateschitz is heavily involved in a number of sports, as well as the New York Red Bulls.

Originally the New York MetroStars, Mateschitz bought and rebranded the team, which has gone onto win the Eastern conference five times since his arrival.

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Solskjaer Wants Pepe As First Man Utd Signing



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Manchester United are interested in Lille attacker Nicolas Pepe.

France Football says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will target the winger this summer if he is made United’s next permanent manager.

Pepe, 23, is a skillful winger who plays for the Ivory Coast and has made a huge name for himself in Ligue 1.

The ace has scored 16 goals and provided eight assists in just 25 matches this term.

And he could soon be set for a mega-money move to Old Trafford.

Arsenal is also interested in Pepe, with Mesut Ozil’s future in doubt.

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Nana Appiah Mensah Wins Case In Dubai; Awarded $56 million To Pay Menzgold Customers



Nana Appiah Mensah

Menzgold CEO Nana Appiah Mensah, also known as NAM 1, has had a case against him dismissed in an ongoing trial in Dubai where he was accused of fraud.

The court presided over by Judge Sheikh Abusalem Andulai, said NAM1 has no hand in the company’s loss and he delivered his part of the contract perfectly.

Judge Sheikh Andulai went ahead to dismiss the case and ordered the company Horizon Inc. to pay NAM1 the amount of $56 million within 7 business days being money owned NAM1 and legal charges.

This is a developing story. We will be sending live feeds soon.

A Dubai-based satirical newspaper who broke the information reported that Horizons Inc. effected the payment of the said amount to NAM1 a few hours after the court’s ruling.3

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