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Yvonne Nelson warns NDC

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Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson has warned the biggest opposition party in the country, National Democratic Congress (NDC) not to use her to score political points.

The outspoken actress bemoaned how her recent post about how dumsor ending has been misquoted by the party to suit their political interest.

Reacting to the headlines making waves about her post, Yvonne Nelson stated that her posts are not made to campaign or support any political party.

In her series of tweets sighted by Zionfelix.net, Yvonne Nelson stressed that she is apolitical.

She wrote: “NDC, listen, stop using me for your sweet headlines. I haven’t campaigned for ANY political party since I was born. My tweet about solving dumsor is exactly what happened when I held my vigil. DUMSOR ENDED two weeks after the vigil. STOP Misquoting me.

“Is too TRIBAL, until then, enjoy the TRIBALISTIC GHANA, a time when people don’t use common sense but only their party sense. Hopefully, our kids and their kids will love GHANA and not political parties.

“You guys think I’m here thinking about political parties? Naaa. Same people who hailed me at the vigil are here insulting, trust me when I say this if I’m ever gonna do anything for ghana, my motivation will come from RYN and her generation. my generation.”

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‘My husband has to pay a second bride price’- Fella Makafui

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Fella Makafui is currently in Dubai and having a blast.

She used the moment to send a word to her rapper husband, Medikal and this has caused great excitement all over social media.

In a video she shared online, the former YOLO actress said she’s so fresh that she feels her husband has to do the needful by paying a second price because she’s obviously more expensive than what was given to her parents the first time when the marriage was contracted.

Posting the video, she said: “How can someone’s daughter be just very fine anyhow. Look at my teeth, God bless you mama, this my husband sha, you have to pay a second bride price. My Mama born me well, see white teeth. See pink lips. Somebody tell my husband ‘second Bride price list’ is ready ????????????????????????????????????????”,

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I’m wise and can’t support the NDC – Prince David Osei

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Actor Prince David Osei says he is wise and therefore cannot support the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

According to him, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has brought some form of prestige to the Presidency since they took over in 2017, adding that the prosperity of Ghana is in the hands of the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

“As for the NDC they’ve done their term, we need to move forward, we need to progress. The prosperity of Ghana lies in the hands of this man. We need to progress, we can’t go back so please I’m indulging you all at home…Me I’m a sensible human being so I can’t support something which is bad. I reason and think logically,” he said in the rally monitored by MyNewsGh.com.

Prince David Osei who was speaking at the NPP virtual rally said the creative has seen a great improvement under the tenure of the NPP and there is, therefore, the need to to give the party another term to do more.

“The creative arts and tourism industry the government has given forty million to revamp the creative arts industry and to revamp the tourism industry. What else do you want? Don’t you see His Excellency has brought prestige and honour to the Presidency? How do you feel when you hear His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is the President of Ghana? Please don’t be deceived, don’t be deluded. As for NDC they’ve done their term.”

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I regret not asking God for money in my youthful days – Pat Thomas

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Legendary Highlife musician, vocalist and songwriter, Pat Thomas has revealed that his greatest mistake in life as a musician is that he did not ask God for money from God in his youthful days when he was making good music.

According to Pat Thomas, the reason he failed to ask God for money was that, during the days when he was at his peak in the music career, he had his self-actualization in producing good songs for people to enjoy.

“Growing up, the passion was more than the money. It was just recent years when I had already grown up then I realized I should have told God to add money to the fame”, Pat Thomas said this in an interview with Pure FM Kumasi on the show “Hammer Time” monitored by MyNewsGH.com.

“I always ask myself why after I asked God for voice to sing I didn’t add money. It could be that that is the reason I have not had enough money. But I think that you managing yourself is another thing”, he told Hammer Nti host of the show.

Pat Thomas insisted that, money is everything hence every man must work for it in abundance.

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