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NDC top dogs storm TEIN KNUST-Obuasi inauguration

NDC top dogs storm TEIN KNUST-Obuasi inauguration over the last weekend.

The young KNUST Obuasi campus wing of the Tertiary Education Institution Network of the the NDC, TEIN KNUST-Obuasi has been inaugurated. The inauguration ceremony took place on 14th May, 2022 at the school’s OSC auditorium.

The historic event themed “Mobilizing the Youth for Victory 2024: the role of TEIN” was nothing less than a huge success. The ceremony was graced by some of the NDC’s biggest political figures. These included the likes of Hon. Francis Xavier-Sosu, Hon. Joseph Yammin, Hon. Abdul Salam Adams, and Maleek Basintale.

Moreover, the Ashanti regional party executives and past Parliamentary candidates did not also miss out on the august occasion. The event also saw a massive turnout of the students, for whom all these movers and shakers of NDC stormed the campus.


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NDC to inaugurate TEIN KNUST-Obuasi

NDC to inaugurate TEIN KNUST-Obuasi this Saturday.

Ghana’s largest opposition party, National Democratic Congress(NDC) would be inaugurating the KNUST Obuasi campus wing of their Tertiary Education Institution Network (TEIN).

TEIN KNUST-Obuasi’s inauguration ceremony is slated for Saturday, 14th May, 2022 at the school’s OSC. The event is under the theme “Mobilizing the Youth for Victory 2024: the role of TEIN.”

Moreover, the historical occasion seeks to bring together students, politicians, and all NDC loyalists. The special guest of honour for the event is the Asawase Member of Parliament, Hon. Muntaka Mubarak, who doubles as the Minority Chief Whip.

Other distinguished personalities to grace the occasion are Sammy Gyamfi, Francis Xavier Sosu, Abdul-Salam Adam, George Opare Addo, and Alexander Ackon, among others.

Meanwhile, there would be educational presentations, talk show sessions, as well as other exquisite side attractions as part of the ceremony. If you are within the Obuasi municipality, you would not want to miss out on all these.

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Full list of VGMA 2022 winners, Kidi wins Artist of the Year – #VGMA23

Full list of VGMA 2022 winners, Kidi wins Artist of the Year.

The main awards night, day two of Ghana’s biggest music night, Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2022 (VGMA 2022) ends in grand style. The show climaxing the VGMA weekend was held at the Grand Arena, AICC.

Berla Mundi hosted the night alongside Giovani Caleb and Sika Osei. The biggest winner for the night was Kidi, he won the Artist of the Year and Vodafone Most Popular Song of the Year with his global hit song Touch It.

Moreover, he also won in three other categories, bringing his total wins for the night to five. Kidi won Album of the Year, Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year and Afrobeats/Afro-Pop Artist of the Year.

Meanwhile, you can watch the live show below and check out the full list of winners of the VGMA 2022 beneath it.

Full list of VGMA 2022 winners

Male Vocal Performance of the Year

Kwaisey Pee

Female Vocal Performance of the Year

Niella – Where you are

Songwriter of the Year

Fameye

Unsung act of the Year

Gambo

Video of the Year

Bosom P-Yung

Instrumentalist of the Year

Joshua Moszi

Music for Good award

Stonebwoy

Producer of the Year

MOGBeatz

Best African Artist of the Year

Wizkid

Traditional Artist of the Year

Nii Tettey Tetteh

Lifestyle Achievement Award

Agya Koo Nimoh

Gospel Song of the Year

Ohemaa Mercy Ft. MOG – Ote me mu

Best Hip-hop Song of the Year

Black Sherif – Second Sermon

Best Hiplife Song of the Year

Okyeame Kwame – Yeeko

Best International Collaboration of the Year

Gyakie Ft. Omah Lay – Forever remix

Best Gospel Artist of the Year

Joe Mettle

Best Hiplife/Hip-hop Artist of the Year

Sarkodie

Best Highlife Artist of the Year

Akwaboah

Best Afro-pop Song of the Year

Fameye – Praise

Best Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year

Kidi – Touch It

Collaboration of the Year

D-Black Ft. Stonebwoy & Quamina MP – Enjoyment Minister

Afrobeats/Afro-Pop Artist of the Year

Kidi

Best Reggae/Dancehall Artist of the Year

Stonebwoy

Best Rap Performance

Lyrical Joe

Best Highlife Song of the Year

Kofi Kinaata – Thy Grace

Best Afrobeats song of the Year

Sefa Ft. Mr Drew – EChoke

Record of the Year

Amaarae Ft. Moliy & Kali Uchis – Sad Girls Luv Money remix

Audio Engineer of the Year

Christian Van Rootselaar & Jaap Wiewel

Best New Artist of the Year

Black Sherif

Album/EP of the Year

Kidi – The Golden Boy

Vodafone Green Award

Stonebwoy

Vodafone Most Popular Song of the Year

Kidi – Touch It

Artist of the Year

Kidi

Kidi wins Artiste of the Year second consecutive time, 3 Music Awards 2022 winners

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Kidi wins Artist of the Year, VGMA 2022 winners list

Kidi wins Artist of the Year, VGMA 2022 winners list, the VGMA 2022 full list of winners.

The climax of the VGMA weekend just took place. The main awards night, day two of Ghana’s biggest music night, Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2022 (VGMA 2022) ended in grand style. The show was held at the Grand Arena, AICC.

It was hosted by Berla Mundi alongside Giovani Caleb and Sika Osei. It was the VGMA main awards night, but some awards were given prior to that during the industry awards night.

Kidi won the Artist of the Year, the biggest award for the night. He also won among other categories, the Vodafone Most Popular Song of the Year with his global hit song Touch It.

Meanwhile, you can watch the live show below and check out the full list of winners of the VGMA 2022 beneath it.

Full list of VGMA 2022 winners

Male Vocal Performance of the Year

Kwaisey Pee

Female Vocal Performance of the Year

Niella – Where you are

Songwriter of the Year

Fameye

Unsung act of the Year

Gambo

Video of the Year

Bosom P-Yung

Instrumentalist of the Year

Joshua Moszi

Music for Good award

Stonebwoy

Producer of the Year

MOGBeatz

Best African Artist of the Year

Wizkid

Traditional Artist of the Year

Nii Tettey Tetteh

Lifestyle Achievement Award

Agya Koo Nimoh

Gospel Song of the Year

Ohemaa Mercy Ft. MOG – Ote me mu

Best Hip-hop Song of the Year

Black Sherif – Second Sermon

Best Hiplife Song of the Year

Okyeame Kwame – Yeeko

Best International Collaboration of the Year

Gyakie Ft. Omah Lay – Forever remix

Best Gospel Artist of the Year

Joe Mettle

Best Hiplife/Hip-hop Artist of the Year

Sarkodie

Best Highlife Artist of the Year

Akwaboah

Best Afro-pop Song of the Year

Fameye – Praise

Best Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year

Kidi – Touch It

Collaboration of the Year

D-Black Ft. Stonebwoy & Quamina MP – Enjoyment Minister

Afrobeats/Afro-Pop Artist of the Year

Kidi

Best Reggae/Dancehall Artist of the Year

Stonebwoy

Best Rap Performance

Lyrical Joe

Best Highlife Song of the Year

Kofi Kinaata – Thy Grace

Best Afrobeats song of the Year

Sefa Ft. Mr Drew – EChoke

Record of the Year

Amaarae Ft. Moliy & Kali Uchis – Sad Girls Luv Money remix

Audio Engineer of the Year

Christian Van Rootselaar & Jaap Wiewel

Best New Artist of the Year

Black Sherif

Album/EP of the Year

Kidi – The Golden Boy

Vodafone Green Award

Stonebwoy

Vodafone Most Popular Song of the Year

Kidi – Touch It

Artist of the Year

Kidi

WATCH LIVE: VGMA 2022 awards night day 2, list of winners(Live Updates) – #VGMA23

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WATCH LIVE: VGMA 2022 awards night day 2, list of winners(Live Updates) – #VGMA23

WATCH LIVE: VGMA 2022 awards night day 2, list of winners (Live Updates).

The time to climax the VGMA weekend is here. The main awards night, day two of Ghana’s biggest music night, Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2022 (VGMA 2022) has started. The show is currently underway live from the Grand Arena, AICC.

Tonight’s show is hosted by Berla Mundi alongside Giovani Caleb and Sika Osei. Today is the VGMA main awards night, but some awards were given yesterday during the industry awards night.

Watch the live show below and keep refreshing this page to get the live updates of winners as they are announced.

List of VGMA 2022 winners (Updated Live)

Male Vocal Performance of the Year

Kwaisey Pee

Female Vocal Performance of the Year

Niella – Where you are

Songwriter of the Year

Fameye

Unsung act of the Year

Gambo

Video of the Year

Bosom P-Yung

Instrumentalist of the Year

Joshua Moszi

Music for Good award

Stonebwoy

Producer of the Year

MOGBeatz

Best African Artist of the Year

Wizkid

Traditional Artist of the Year

Nii Tettey Tetteh

Lifestyle Achievement Award

Agya Koo Nimoh

Gospel Song of the Year

Ohemaa Mercy Ft. MOG – Ote me mu

Best Hip-hop Song of the Year

Black Sherif – Second Sermon

Best Hiplife Song of the Year

Okyeame Kwame – Yeeko

Best International Collaboration of the Year

Gyakie Ft. Omah Lay – Forever remix

Best Gospel Artist of the Year

Joe Mettle

Best Hiplife/Hip-hop Artist of the Year

Sarkodie

Best Highlife Artist of the Year

Akwaboah

Best Afro-pop Song of the Year

Fameye – Praise

Best Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year

Kidi – Touch It

Collaboration of the Year

D-Black Ft. Stonebwoy & Quamina MP – Enjoyment Minister

Afrobeats/Afro-Pop Artist of the Year

Kidi

Best Reggae/Dancehall Artist of the Year

Stonebwoy

Best Rap Performance

Lyrical Joe

Best Highlife Song of the Year

Kofi Kinaata – Thy Grace

Best Afrobeats song of the Year

Sefa Ft. Mr Drew – EChoke

Record of the Year

Amaarae Ft. Moliy & Kali Uchis – Sad Girls Luv Money remix

Audio Engineer of the Year

Christian Van Rootselaar & Jaap Wiewel

Best New Artist of the Year

Black Sherif

Album/EP of the Year

Kidi – The Golden Boy

Vodafone Green Award

Stonebwoy

Vodafone Most Popular Song of the Year

Kidi – Touch It

Artist of the Year

Kidi

VGMA 2022: Full list of nominees – #VGMA23

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WATCH LIVE: VGMA 2022 awards night day 1 – #VGMA23

It is day one of Ghana’s biggest music night, the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2022 (VGMA 2022). Today is the industry night of the awards, the beginning of the VGMA weekend.

Tonight is hosted by Edem and AJ Sarpong. Tomorrow is the main awards night, but some awards would be given tonight ahead of tomorrow’s show. Watch the live show below and keep refreshing this page to get the live update of winners as they are announced.

List of VGMA 2022 winners(Live Updates)

Male Vocal Performance of the Year

Kwaisey Pee

Female Vocal Performance of the Year

Niella – Where you are

Songwriter of the Year

Fameye

Unsung act of the Year

Gambo

Video of the Year

Bosom P-Yung

Instrumentalist of the Year 

Joshua Moszi

Music for Good award

Stonebwoy

Producer of the Year

MOGBeatz

Best African Artist of the Year

Wizkid

Traditional Artist of the Year

Nii Tettey Tetteh

Lifestyle Achievement Award

Agya Koo Nimoh

VGMA 2022: Full list of nominees – #VGMA23

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Girls in ICT Day Celebration ‘Blogging My Style’ at SPECIAL GRACE ACADEMY

ITWomen Africa Foundation today celebrated Girls in ICT Day, called “Blogging My Style,” at Special Grace Academy in Accra, Ghana.
The event, which commemorates the International ICT Girls Day Celebration for 2022, with the theme ‘Access and Safety,’ is part of the organization’s desire to join the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a United Nations specialised agency for information and communication technologies – (ICTs), to honour girls with aspirations to pursue a career in ICT and encourage their participation in ICT around the world.

As technology plays a role in a variety of vocations, it is vital to engage more girls and women in the ICT sector.
As a result, mastering technical skills at an early age can help girls achieve economic independence while also preparing them for future tech careers.
ITWomen Africa has opted to commemorate the day as their quota to boost girls’ engagement and interest in ICT, having awareness of the statistics of women and girls participation in ICT in Ghana and the world at large.

The purpose of the event was to

  • Increase girls’ participation in ICT.
  • Encourage their desire to pursue a career in ICT as the world is digitally evolving
  • Harness Skills In Digital Writing As A Tech Career

Today, April 28th, 2022, the event took place at Special Grace Academy in Tantra Hills, Accra, Ghana.
The programme was aimed at girls in primary school, from upper primary through junior high school.

These young and enthusiastic girls were taught everything there is to know about blogging, including the fundamentals of what it is, how to write a blog, writing styles/templates for creating the blog, software to proofread before posting, how to open a free blog account, and how to monetize the blog.

For more information on the programme, how to help or partner with the organization in future activities, visit https://itwomenafrica.org/contact-us/ or contact us via 0502331004

About ITWomen Africa

ITWomen Africa is an ICT-oriented organization under the UN SDGs 5&9 which focus is to give 100% free ICT training to women and girls in both the informal and formal sectors, the rural and urban areas to enable them to enhance their careers and be able to meet up todays’ evolving technological world.

The organization has been involved in a number of projects such as;

  • ICT CLUB FOR SCHOOLS

A project to form an ICT club to train young girls from JHS and above in various schools across our target location.

  • ICT COMMUNITY CENTER

A project using an existing community built centre or philanthropist funds to set up a training centre to train women and girls who are not beneficiaries of the ICT School club projects but are in the community.

  • TRAINERS TRAINING

A training project targeted at teaching trainers from various institutions and organization to retrain others.

  • BOOTCAMPS

This project will be short, intensive and rigorous workshops for participants with limited timeline in acquiring practical on-hands training in digitals skills to enhance their career or business. This training can either be in a form of refreshers, beginners or expert training.

ITWomen Africa Foundation bridging the gap of gender parity against women in today’s technologically evolving world

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Nana Addo used sesquipedalian theatrics on Ghanaians – Yvonne Nelson over E-levy

Nana Addo used sesquipedalian theatrics on Ghanaians – Yvonne Nelson over E-levy implementation

Multiple award-winning Ghanaian actress and movie producer, Yvonne Nelson calls out Nana Addo. In an evident reaction to the implementation of the e-levy, the actress accused the president of deceiving Ghanaians.

Yvonne Nelson accused Nana Addo of deceiving Ghanaians to vote for him with verbose or sesquipedalian English. Thus, the president used sesquipedalian theatrics to lure Ghanaians to vote for him.

In other words, he used too many ‘BIG’ words, sugarcoated to deceive Ghanaians to vote him into power. Only for him to now be overburdening them with taxes like the e-levy.

Jackie Appiah reveals she has sold her privacy

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Jackie Appiah reveals she has sold her privacy

Jackie Appiah reveals she has sold her privacy to the public.

Arguably Ghana’s most celebrated actress, Jackie Appiah has sold her privacy. She revealed she sold her privacy in a recent interview.

Jackie Appiah explained that due to her lifestyle as a celebrity, almost everything about her life is made public, sometimes even before she knows it. She then noted that she literally has no privacy anymore.

The actress was speaking in an interview on GTV’s Breakfast Show yesterday.

“It is not an easy task, very difficult. I sold my privacy and so I cannot do what an ordinary person will do” She said.

Date for Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2022 (VGMA 2022) finally announced – #VGMA23


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KNUST ranked best university in Africa, 14th in the World

KNUST ranked best university in Africa, 14th in the World in Times Higher Education ranking.

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology(KNUST) is now the best university in Africa and the 14th best in the world according to a recent ranking.

This is according to the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Impact Rankings 2022, where KNUST ranked 1st in Africa and 14th in the world. The ranking published on 28th April, 2022 is based on the quality of education.

The Times Higher Education (THE) World University Impact Rankings 2022 considered over 1,600 universities across 99 countries and territories. This maintains its position as the largest and most diverse university ranking in the world.

Moreover, according to the ranking, KNUST’s quality of education is unmatched in Africa, though its closest is the University of Johannesburg. Nonetheless, KNUST’s global score is 83.7%, 14th in the world whiles the University of Johannesburg’s is 77.7% and 39th in the world.

Check out the ranking via the link below:

Times Higher Education (THE) World University Impact Rankings 2022

Michael Abuah’s all-important visit to the KNUST Obuasi campus


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