Homebase TV’s Nana Yaa Boamponsem Releases Stunning Pictures on Her Birthday

Co-host of the Morning Show ‘Eboboba’ on Homebase TV, Nana Yaa Boamponsem Ameyaw turns a year older today and has decided to mark the day by releasing these breath-taking images on social media.

The host for the station’s evening political program, The Lens and head of its Online Department, has left many tongues wagging with the images which are blasting the internet

The Sunyani Senior Secondary School product aside being a Broadcast Journalist, works with KUJOS Construction Ghana Limited as Head of Public Relations and Marketing.

Nana Yaa Boamponsem been in the media industry for over a decade and worked with Gift FM, Adom FM, Ark FM, Agoo FM, Kasapa FM, Top FM among others.

 

Check out the Photos below:

 

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Andy Dosty Reveals He didn’t Steal KMJ’s Job

Hiitz FM’s morning show, Daybreak Hitz has gained a lot of prominence in the last few months with many of the issues discussed making the news and generating controversy and one can look to the host, Andy Dosty for the success of the show.

Since taking over permanent hosting duties on the show in November last year, Andy has had a lot of celebrities in the studio and he has not shied away from discussing some controversial issues, which has made the programme very popular.

He may be enjoying a lot of attention now but Andy faced a lot of backlash from listeners when he was announced as the host. The previous presenter was KMJ and when he took ill, Andy was asked to hold the fort but after sometime, management of Multimedia decided to make him the substantive host.

That did not go down well with Hitz FM listeners and fans of Daybreak Hitz and they hit hard at Andy. Rumours from inside Multimedia about Andy having used juju to render KMJ incapable of hosting the show so he could take over also made the rounds.

And Andy Dosty real name Andrew Amoh tells Showbiz that he was very hurt about those developments. “You know I never responded to those reports. Initially, I brushed the matter aside but what hurt me was the juju bit because I would never do that,” he said.

Explaining, he said “KMJ hosted the show for two years and got sick. With no prior information, I was asked by my boss to sit in for him. I am a very hardworking individual and if you ask my colleagues at Multimedia they will tell you. I host shows on Joy FM, Adom FM and Multi TV and I also sit in for other people.

“While I sat in for KMJ, I was calling him, praying with him and encouraging him. Then some weeks later, my Programmes Director called and said they wanted me to take over as the substantive host. According to him, I understood that space properly and had a fine relationship with the people involved based on my experience as host of other entertainment shows.”

Continuing, he said “They felt I would be a better fit and I should host it. To be honest, I didn’t want to do it because it would involve waking up early which I wasn’t willing to do. I am a nocturnal being because of my experience working in nightclubs for over 20 years so waking up so early in the morning was not good for me. I am someone who hardly complains but I was hesitant until my COO told me I had to do it whether I liked it or not.”

According to Andy, he did not see the need to respond to the critics but he had to have it out with KMJ after the latter posted certain comments on Facebook about the matter.

“He took it personal and some of the comments upset me so I confronted him and told him I had no issues with him but I did not take the decisions in the company so I couldn’t have taken him off. Now we’re cool. I don’t hold any grudge against anybody,” he said.

Whatever the circumstances under which he took over, the bosses at Multimedia got it right because the show is going very strong. That is also testament to Andy Dosty’s own success story.

He is one of the longest serving media personalities in this country and has done the rounds; he has worked with the Despite Group both in Accra and Kumasi as well as Angel FM and he tells Showbiz the secret to his longevity.

“For me, I think it’s about the longevity of the brand and about me not stopping  learning. I have always been learning, even the boys I teach in my school sometimes when they make mistakes, I come home and I better it.

“I’ve been doing this for 24 years and by God’s grace I’m still here so for me, I think, prayer, humility and continually learning has been my guide.”

Next year, Andy will be celebrating 25 years in the media and he says he is not planning on retiring any time soon.

 

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Ama K. Abebrese has given birth to a Baby girl

Award-winning British Ghanaian actress, television presenter and producer Ama Konadu Abebrese who married her mixed-race boyfriend some time back in a highly secluded ceremony has given birth to a baby girl, GhanaCelebrities.Com has been exclusively informed.

GhanaCelebrities.Com broke the news a few months ago that the former co-host of TV3’s New Day was pregnant and she was hiding it—through the usual act of completely disappearing from the public radar.

Suddenly, Ama K, an active social media person has become almost a recluse to the world, hiding her marriage, her husband, she does not even wear her marriage ring and now the baby is about to probably be hidden too.

Let’s just hope, the sudden desire for absolute privacy does not indicate anything else.

Congrats to Ama K. Abebrese on becoming a mother—some say, this is her second child.

 

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MzBel Turns Radio Presenter | Joins Onua 95.1FM

Celebrated Ghanaian musician MzBel has joined Accra-based Onua FM which operates on the frequency modulation 95.1.

The singer inked a deal with the Media General-owned radio station as its latest presenter weeks after involving in an accident at the beach. The musician cum philanthropist will start a love, sex and relationship talk show called ‘Odo Nsor’.

The singer announced her new job portfolio by posting photos of her first day at work on Instagram.

The two-hour radio program which airs on Thursdays from 10pm in the evening will have the musician and radio presenter engage her panelists and listeners in a naughty and dirty but educative conversation.

Mzbel joins her colleagues like Ohemaa Mercy, Andy Dosty and Trigmatic who double as musicians and radio presenters.

In the photos, Mzbel who is still nursing a neck injury from a recent motorbike accident was seen sitting behind the console as she faced two people believed to her panelists.

“My First Day at work as a radio presenter on Onua 95.1FM #OdorNsor,” she captioned the photos.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BjNL5W0F0lC/?taken-by=mzbeldaily

Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah born on 26th December 1979, popularly known as Mzbel, is a Ghanaian Hiplife artist and one of the most popular singers in Ghana. Known for her controversial traits Mzbel has always played controversial music and followed it up with controversial comments that are sure to get her fans talking.

 

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OFFICIAL! Fiifi Banson Quits | “Patoo” Takes Over as Host of “Anopa Kasapa”

Renowned Radio and TV Personality, Fifi Banson otherwise known as “The Dynamite” is no more a staff of EIB Network, www.mediafillasgh.com can authoritatively state.

The “Anopa Kasapa host” has called it quit to the station with immediate effect. This portal, www.mediafillasgh.com can confirm that, the media mogul has left the Ring Road Central-based radio station after his contract with the EIB Network expired and had no plans to renew his contract.

Mr. Banson, known for his high sense of humor and unique baritone voice, wakes up listeners of Kasapa 102.5FM with his morning show, “Anopa Kasapa” which runs from 5.45am to 10 am every weekday. Kwaku Owusu Adjei, popularly known as Patoo now takes over as the host of Kasapa Fm’s morning show.

Read more hereKwaku Owusu Adjei a.k.a Patoo of Agoo TV

Previously, Fiifi Banson worked with Radio Gold and Peace FM all in the nation’s capital.

www.mediafillasgh.com hereby wishes Mr. Banson all the best of luck in his media adventure.

Stay glued to your most credible media fillas portal, www.mediafillasGh.com for more updates and remember to bookmark our website.

 

Source: Evans Ofori/www.mediafillasgh.com

Blakofe Resigns as Deputy CEO of GTDC

Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Tourism Development Company (GTDC), Oheneba Akua Manfo (popularly known in showbiz as Blakofe) has resigned from her position alleging massive corruption at the company.

The former Studio 53 host, on Tuesday, May 8, took to Facebook to confirm her resignation stating that no work was actually going on at the GTDC.

According to former host of Amazing Ghana and GoldBlast, she took the bold decision to resign because she “wanted to work, and not travel and take per diems.”

“Has she, has she not? Yes people I have officially resigned as Deputy CEO, Ghana Tourist Development Company, effective end of this month.’

“Not going to go into it and talk the truth about people, so let’s just say I wanted to work, not travel and chop per diem. I would like to thank H.E President Akufo-Addo for the opportunity he gave me. Unfortunately, the rest of the team did not. Thus I’m better off outside of the official post.’’

 

Source: Evans Ofori/mediafillasgh.com

 

HE’S WON IT AGAIN! Starr FM’s DJ Vyrusky Crowned 2018 Overall Best DJ at the Ghana DJ Awards | YFM’s DJ Slim among Winners + Full List Of Winners

The 2018 edition of the Ghana DJ Awards came off last night Saturday May 5, 2018. and Ghana’s Official Media fillas portal – www.mediafillasgh.com has the full list of winners.

The event which was held at the Accra International Conference Center  saw a huge turn out a great number of showbiz personalities.

Among the personalities who were awarded for their excellence in disc jockeying during the year under review were DJ Vyrusky, DJ Slim, DJ Switch, DJ Xpliph, Ogee The MC, DJ Nyce, iPhone DJ and DJ Cuppy.

The biggest award of the night went to Starr FM’s DJ Vyrusky, an award he won at the last event held in 2017.

The event which was hosted by Gloria Sarfo and Prince David Osei saw performances from the likes of DJ Mic Smith, DJ Nyce, Kwaw Kese, Patapaa, MzVee, Kidi and more.

Check out the full list of winners below:

REGIONAL WINNERS:

Best DJ Brong-Ahafo Region

DJ Bryt

Best DJ Western Region

DJ X

Best DJ Northern Region

DJ Kofi

Best DJ Upper West Region

DJ Tobi

Best DJ Upper East Region

DJ Aluta

Best DJ Volta Region

DJ Ricky Augustine

Best DJ Central Region

DJ Pupa

Best DJ Eastern Region

DJ Stanzy

Best DJ Ashanti Region

DJ Slim

Best DJ Greater Accra Region

DJ Vyrusky

 

OTHER AWARDS:

Best Mobile DJ of the Year

DJ Adom

Mixtape of the Year

DJ Aberga (The Challenge)

Best Video Jockey of the Year

DJ Xpliph

Best Hypeman of the Year

Ogee The MC

Best Pub DJ of the Year

DJ Aroma

Best Discovery DJ of the Year

DJ Switch

Artiste DJ of the Year

DJ Shiwaawa (Ebony)

Best Event DJ of the Year

DJ MicSmith

Scratch DJ of the Year

DJ Mpesempese

Best Night Club DJ of the Year

Vision DJ

Best Campus DJ of the Year

iPhone DJ

Gospel DJ of the Year

Papa Bills

Best Highlife DJ of the Year

Oyoko Dehyeɛ

Hiplife DJ of the Year

DJ Slim

Reggae/Dancehall DJ of the Year

King Lagazee

Best Male Radio DJ

DJ Slim

Best Female DJ of the Year

DJ Nyce

Record Promoter of the Year

DJ Adviser

DJ/Artiste Collaboration of the Year

DJ Vyrusky – Adwenfi ft. Shatta Wale, Kuami Eugene

DJ Song of the Year

One Corner – Patapaa

Overall DJ of the Year

DJ Vyrusky

Best International Ghanaian DJ of the Year

 DJ Bretuoba

Best International Non-Ghanaian DJ of the Year

DJ Cuppy

Lifetime Achievement of the Year

Mark Okraku Mantey

 

Check out VIDEOs of the event below:

Video Credit: Blagogee.com

https://youtu.be/xICCP89WU5k

 

 

Source: Evans Ofori/mediafillasgh.com

HISTORIC FEAT!! At 9, DJ Switch makes history as the youngest nominee for Ghana DJ Awards

The 9-year-old female DJ, Switch, has emerged as the youngest DJ ever nominated for the Ghana DJ Awards.

The young DJ in Ghana who hit headlines after appearing on a talent show on TV3 in 2017, was given platforms to exhibit he impeccable talent at major shows including the Ghana DJ Awards and Ghana Meets Naija.

DJ Switch who is known privately as Erica Tandoh emerged overall winner of the last year’s TV3’s Talented Kidz Show held in Accra, and a year on she has bagged three nominations for the 2018 Ghana DJ Awards; Discovery of the Year, Event DJ of the Year and Best Female DJ of the Year.

With over 30 award categories, including lifetime achievement award and best international DJ of the year, Ghana DJ Awards 2018 is expected to draw DJs from across the country and beyond for awards and recognition.

If DJ Switch wins any of the awards she has been nominated for, her name will go into history books as the youngest winner at Africa’s biggest DJ event.

All eyes are set on DJ Switch to come Saturday, May 5 at the Accra International Conference Centre.

 

Source: Enewsgh.com

George Quaye Quits As Host Of “The Pundits” on GHOne TV

Popular television/radio host, George Quaye, who loves to call himself, GQ, has officially stopped working as the regular host of the award-winning entertainment talk show, ‘The Pundits’ on GhOne TV.

George has been off the show for awhile, leaving viewers to query his absence from the show, and according to www.entertainmentgh.com, he has resigned!

Reasons for his resignation are not readily known and www.entertainmentgh.com is picking up some detail that he’s being monitored by the likes of Zylofon, Media General (TV3) and Multimedia.

Together with Iyiola Ayoade, Apefa Nfojoh and Nii Ayite Hammond, George practically created the concept for ‘The Pundits’ and he’s been the main host since 2012.

He won RTP ‘Male Entertainment Show Host of the Year’ 3 times – 2013, 2014 and 2016 – an unprecedented feat by any entertainment male host since the inception of the awards.

George, however, is still the host of the ‘Morning Zoo’ on Starr 103.5FM.

 

Source: entertainmentgh.com

Gospel Musicians of Today are Too Lazy – Mary Yab

Gospel artiste Mary Yab is worried about gospel musicians of today not making emphasis on the spiritual impact and messages their songs are suppose to convey. Lyrics are hurriedly composed without musicians paying attention to God.

The Kumasi based gospel musician made this statement in an exclusive interview on Sunday with the award-winning host of Angel Church bells on Angel 96.1FM, Alex Nana Opoku popularly known in media fraternity as Alexis De God’s Son.

According the singer, most of gospel songs of today lack powerful messages as we used to hear during the the days of Daughters of Glorious Jesus, Stella Dugan, Mama Esther etc. These songs were auspicious, transcendental, sublime, preach renunciation and edify the soul.

To her, most of the lyrics in gospel songs of today cannot be described as powerful because most of gospel musicians of today are too lazy to wait upon the name of the Lord Almighty as to be able write powerful gospel lyrics. One listens to the so called gospel songs and all that you hear are; Halleiuja, Halleiuja,Halleiuja, Halleiuja in the songs and nothing else.

According to her, most of these gospel musicians of today do not have any messages to churn out through their music and most times refuse to sing songs of their own but rather sings songs of the old gospel artistes when invited to gospel programmes.

Mary Yab released a new single titled “JESUS” in December 2017.

Listen to the interview below (Audio)

 

Source: Evans Ofori/mediafillasgh.com