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I’ve Never Been To The Night Club Before : Martha Ankomah

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A list actress Martha Ankomah has opened up on her personal life with emulating by saying she has never been to the nightclub by herself before.

She added that the only time she is seen in a nightclub is when she is on set shooting a movie, and not with friends on a fun day out.

“I’ve never been to the nightclub before. The only time I go to the nightclub is when I am acting. My friends know. When they are going out at night I don’t go.” She added that it has helped her in so many ways. “it has helped me a save money”.

Martha was the guest at Hitz Fm’s Damascus Experience hosted by Frankys on Sunday when she made this revelation and a couple of personal experiences she has had as a Christian.

Martha Ankomah is known for some wild scenes she has played in movies, most often portraying as a bad girl, but she has assured its not who she is in real life. In a rather surprise question from the host as to whether she puts on earrings, she disclosed that she doesn’t and only put on clips when she is on set for a movie. She added that it was due to her early days as an Adventist. “I only put on clips when I am acting”.

As monitored by ghlinks.com.gh, Martha explained how she got into Christianity, saying it was a family custom to attend Sunday school before you are giving food to eat at home and also watch television, and that is what shaped her Christian lifestyle.

“You will have to go to Sunday school before you eat rice water. For me, becoming a Christian started from childhood. My mum and dad contributed a lot. Growing up till date, I give credit to God and my mum. When I give birth, I’ll train my daughters the same way”.

Asked how she started acting, she said she started acting from a very early age but didn’t exhibit her roles as an actress when she was in senior high school. It therefore surprised most of her colleagues from shs when they saw her for the first time in a movie due to her calm nature. “Most of my friends at Laboni shs never knew I will be an actress. I didn’t go for entertainment but I was acting from basic school. They were somehow surprised”.

Touching on a painful experience she has had that she feels took the intervention of God to save her, the beautiful actress shared her story of hoe she was electrocuted as a child, but was saved by an elder at church.

“There was a child near a canopy at church and I wanted to go pick her up. Just when I got there, I got stuck. I shouted but nobody believed me. I started crying so people realised it was serious. My mum was called and she didn’t know what to do. It was a church elder who came to hit me and I fell very hard I could have died”.

Martha Ankomah entreated young people to make God the king and ruler of their lives adding that He will definitely make their lives perfect.

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I Won’t Return The 2019 VGMA Plaques I Won : Stonebwoy Tells Charterhouse

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Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Livingstone Etse Satekla has stated that contrary to Charterhouse’s request that he and Shatta Wale return the plaques they won at this year’s VGMA’s, he will never return the plaques.

Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy after their unpopular VGMA brawl were indefinitely suspended from partaking in the subsequent VGMA’s and were asked to return the plaques they won on the night.

The artiste/popular of the year which we were told by Sefa Kayi belonged to Shatta and Stonebwoy was as also not announced because of the fracas.

In an interview with Andy Dosty on Accra-based Hitz FM today, 20th September 2019, Stonebwoy reacted Charterhouse’s statement, indicating that asking him to return a plaque he won with his fan’s vote is a sign of disrespect for him.

According to Stonebwoy, he did not steal the awards, so why must he return the plaque adding that he deserved the awards because of his hard work.

Stonebwoy described the actions of Charterhouse as haste and judgemental.

Speaking on the unfortunate incidence, he apologised and noted that people could have died because of the pandemonium that occurred on that day so for him and his fans to lose their lives for nothing is alarming.

“What happened at the VGMA’s was a turning point for me and the music industry”, he added.

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I Feel Disrespected Over Vodafone And Charterhouse Snub After VGMA Fracas : Stonebwoy

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Stonebwoy has expressed disappointment on the part of the organizers of the annual Ghana Music Awards, Charterhouse Ghana and headline sponsor, Vodafone after his VGMA brawl with Shatta Wale.

Stonebwoy today, 20th September in an interview with Andy Dosty on Accra-based Hitz FM stated that immediately after the unpopular incidence, he sent an apology letter to the organizers, Charterhouse.

Stonebwoy in his narration noted that he sent a first letter which wasn’t replied. He followed it up with subsequent letters and they all haven’t been replied to date.

According to him, he isn’t happy about Charterhouse and Vodafone’s snub; and feels disrespected by that act.

“I was the first one to apologize to Charterhouse. I sent apology letters, and I did not even receive replies; which I also deem disrespectful. I sent apologies to VodafoneGhana. No reply”.

Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy are currently standing trial for causing a commotion during the 20th VGMA’s.

Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale have been charged with offensive conduct conducive to breach of peace, while Stonebwoy is facing another charge of displaying a weapon in public place without permission.

The two have since been banned indefinitely from participating in future VGMA events.

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I Can Now Boast Of A New Car And A New House : Fameye

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Fast rising Ghanaian musician, Fameye after crying of not having anything to his name has now revealed that his financial strength has soared and can now boast of having money.

According to Fameye in an interview, he has been able to purchase a new car, relocated to a new house and putting his life on the right track.

Fameye who looked all grateful during the interview said his immediate interest was to secure his daily meal and a place to lay his head before really amassing wealth and he has now been able to do that.

He went on to say initially he never wanted to buy a car but looking at the pressures that comes with being a musician he decided to get it to make his rounds easy.

Born Peter Paa Kwasi Famiyeh, the amazing musician had his greatest breakthrough in the industry this year with his hit song “Notin I Get”.

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