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I’m not broke & I don’t sell skipping ropes-Alampan hitmaker Jay D

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One-time hiplife artiste Jay D weeks ago was in the news following a video of him looking broke and selling skipping ropes as a means of survival at  Rawlings Park in Accra.


In the video sighted, a presenter caught up with Jay D at his selling point in Accra where he had a short interview with him.

READ ALSO: Alanpan hitmaker Jay D now sells skipping ropes for survival

The information that came out after the interview made believe the hiplife artiste was broke and needed help from Ghanaians to make life.

Well, in a new video sighted Jay D has come out to shoot down viral claims that he’s poor and thus sells skipping ropes to make ends meet.

According to the ‘Alanpan’ hitmaker, there is no way he will be a pauper and will take to menial jobs to survive.

Speaking in an interview with a blogger, Jay D reaffirmed that he’s not poor and the ropes he was seen with in the video is for his sister who runs a shop and was in the shop helping his sister sell.

He explained that apart from being a musician, he is a creative person who is good at designing so he uses his leisure time to be around his sister who sells ropes.

He added that, he has also spent most of his time around his sister and that particular area for years even before he became a musician and that he is used to staying around them.

“I’m not poor and not also coming from a poor family”, Jay D said. Again the veteran hiplife act urged the public to disregard the previous news describing him as poor.

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Forbes names Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Africa Person of the Year 2020

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Forbes has named Nigeria’s former Finance Minister, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala as the Africa Person of the Year 2020.

Forbes Africa tweeted on Tuesday, Dec 1: “The 2020 #AfricanOftheYear Award honoree is…Congratulations to Dr. @NOlweala! Board Chair @Gavi; Board Chair @ARCapicity, gracing the cover of @forbesafrica.”

Reacting, Okonjo-Iweala, who is set to become the first African and first woman to lead the World Trade Organisation in its 25-year history, said she is thrilled.

She tweeted, “Thrilled to be named Forbes Africa-CNBC ‘2020 African of the Year’ following in the footsteps of my great brothers Paul Kagame and Akin Adesina.”

In 2019, Akinwumi Adesina, president of the African Development Bank (AfDB), won the award for his outstanding work at the bank and a sterling career in agriculture and finance.

Paul Kagame of Rwanda won the same award in 2018.

Other eminent Nigerians to have bagged the award are former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria Muhammad Sanusi II (2011) and Aliko Dangote (2014).

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Ghana Election 2020: NDC Lost 2016 Elections To NPP’s Lies and Propaganda

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Ghana Election 2020: Former Ashanti Regional Youth Organiser for National Democratic Congress (NDC), Kwaku Boahen says NDC lost 2016 elections to the lies and propaganda of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

Speaking on Kumasi-based Akoma FM, Mr. Kwaku Boahen said “In 2016, as a party in government, we turned to ignore some propaganda and lies from the NPP flagbearer. But this time, we are not allowing this. NDC cannot lose the election to lies of President Akufo-Addo.”


The NDC Ashanti Regional Youth Organizer also accused other opposition parties of conniving and condoning with the NPP to continue to exploit Ghanaians with lies and propaganda. He made mention of the National Democratic Party (NDP).


READ ALSO: Ghana Election 2020: I Implemented Free TVET In 2017, Vote NPP To Do More – Akufo-Addo

He told the NDP, “The NDP, we are not going to respond to their presser but the falsehood from Nana Akufo-Addo and NPP guys, we will not sit aloof.”

The outspoken Deputy National Communication Officer was very optimistic that, come January 7, 2021, Mr. John Dramani Mahama will be sworn-in as the president of the Republic to correct mistakes of the President Akufo-Addo.

“Ghanaians and my Ashanti people are calling for change. John Mahama has been receiving a rousing welcome from the people. This shows the election is a done deal for NDC”, according to Mr. Kwaku Boahen.

Ghana has 5 more days to walk to the polls to elect the next president and parliamentarians.

Source: Ghgossip.com

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New Video: Chioma Jesus – Bulldozer

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Chioma Jesus is finally out with the long-awaited visuals for “Bulldozer“, directed by Avalon Okpe, off the recently released album “Chiomalized“.


Watch the video below:

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