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ZoneThree6 set to debut music playlist services



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Entertainment and lifestyle brand, ZoneThree6 has begun curating music playlists content on various music streaming platform for artists. The various streaming platforms will have orchestrated playlists for music lovers on Tuesdays and Fridays, with the “Flow Factor” making a debut This Friday, which will have Ghanaian Hip Hop songs.

Speaking on the new digital music playlist platform, The Chief Operation Officer of Zone Three 6 Network Limited, Quabena Kevin said “this is an important step in the Ghanaian music scene to promote our local content and share it beyond bothers, for our talented and creative artists to get the recognition they deserve.”

The playlists will have genres such as Hip Hop, RnB, Afrobeats, Ghana drill and other emerging sounds from Ghana on streaming platforms such as Apple music, Spotify, Audiomack, Soundcloud, Tidal, Deezer and Boomplay as ZoneThree6 seeks to promote sounds coming from Ghana.

The Zonethree6 playlist is powered by DistroPlug, a 100% music company offering full services in music and video distribution and other digital music service such as playlist pitching and royalty collection.

David Drexx George, a Ghanaian/Nigerian tech entrepreneur and the founder of DistroPlug said the collaboration between his outfit and ZoneThree6 is a big win for Ghanaian musicians and their managements and will also help monetize their work.

Distroplug was created to reduce the stress artists and their managements go through. It also seeks to provide an essential aspect of competing globally, as the world continuous to move into the digital space” he added.

ZoneThree6 has provided a universal digital platform online for all their services. 

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KJM Foundation Commissions its First Project for 2021 with Beyond the Game Foundation



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The KJM foundation in collaboration with Beyond the Game Foundation, as part of its mandate to provide clean and potable water to deprived communities in Ghana and beyond, has donated a mechanised borehole to the people of Gbenge Korpe a farming community in the Greater Accra region.

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The ceremony which took place on the 9th of January, 2021 saw hundreds of village folks in a jubilant mood, most of whom could not hide their joy as a problem that had persisted for years came to an end.

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For decades, the community which has a total population of about 486 have had to share their only source of water with cattle and other ruminants. The water body which serves the entire community is heavily polluted by the activities of fisher folks, therefore, making it unsafe to use.

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Commissioning the borehole funded by Beyond the Game Foundation, founder of Beyond the Game foundation Dr Chanita Foster, said water is an essential part of our daily lives, therefore, there is the need for everyone to enjoy access to clean and safe potable water. She mentioned the possible ailment one could contract by drinking from an unclean water source, a reason for the act of kindness to the community.


She further reiterated her foundation’s commitment to supporting deprived communities in the country to improve upon the quality of life of residents.


Goodwill ambassador for KJM foundation in Los Angeles, United States of America, PJ Kev together with the foundation’s director Musa Mousse, expressed their gratitude to the chief and people of Gbenge Korpe for making this project a reality.


Founder of the KJM foundation, Mr Emmanuel Kojo Jones-Mensah popularly referred to as Kojo Jones, as part of the exercise, donated books and cash towards the construction of a community school structure which has been the cry of the community for ages.


On December 3, 2020, the KJM foundation with support from Beyond the Game Foundation together with volunteers also donated two boreholes to the people of Apiatewa and Adufokrom in the Central Region. This forms part of the foundation’s commitment to ensuring clean and safe water reaches the remotest part of the country.

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U.S President, Joe Biden lifts entry ban on Nigeria



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Following his official inauguration, the President of the United States, Joe Biden has signed 15 executive orders and 2 directives reversing some of former President Donald Trump’s policies on climate change and immigration.

The first three orders were signed on camera from Biden’s oval office. The first order the President signed relates to COVID-19 and mandates that masks be worn and social distancing be kept on federal property and interstate commerce etc.

The second order was signed in support of underserved communities, to ensure some bedrock equity and equality as relates to how people are treated. Thirdly, Biden rejoined the World Health Organization and the Paris Agreement on climate change, a pact the United States formally halted in November after Trump’s exit in 2017.

One of the executive orders and presidential actions the president signed on Wednesday was the order to cancel the travel ban on countries including Nigeria, Eritrea, Yemen, Sudan and others. The travel ban which Biden referred to as “discriminatory and an affront to the country’s values” was signed by Donald Trump in his first week in office.

The ban initially barred the issuance of immigrant and nonimmigrant visas to applicants from Libya, Iran, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, North Korea and Venezuela. In 2020, Trump’s administration added six countries by halting overseas visas for citizens of Nigeria, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan and Myanmar and appending restrictions on Sudanese and Tanzanian nationals. These bans have now been lifted by the Biden-Harris administration.

The president also conferred a bill to Congress to restore the country’s immigration system. The legislation strives to implement an “8-year pathway to US citizenship for undocumented people, address the causes of migration and speed up the reunification of families after children were separated from parents at the US border with Mexico,” Tribune reports.

National security adviser Jake Sullivan referred to the ban as “nothing less than a stain on our nation,” stating that it was “rooted in xenophobia and religious animus and President-elect Biden has been clear that we will not turn our back on our values with discriminatory bans on entry to the United States.”

Furthermore, Biden has stopped the building of Trump’s signature wall on the U.S.-Mexican border by announcing the “immediate termination” of the national emergency declaration Trump dedicated to funding it. He also increased the suspension on student loan payments and national restrictions on evictions and foreclosures.

According to USA Today, experts say Biden’s speed serves to show importance to “turn the page on a divisive four years under the Trump administration”. Most of the steps cracked what the Biden team refers to as “four overlapping and compounding crises” – the COVID-19 pandemic, the resulting economic damage, climate change and lagging racial equity.

Todd Belt, professor and political management program director at George Washington University described Biden’s actions as “trying to show the American people, and the world more generally, that America is back to where it was before the Trump administration,” and a “repudiation of Trump’s approach to governance.”

“There’s no time to waste,” Biden stated before signing the order, assuring that “these are just all starting points” as many more will occur over the next 10 days.

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China Positions Frontline Doctors To Ghana To Battle covid-19 cases




As we all know, this coronavirus which was declared as a pandemic by the World Health Organization some few hours in March 2020 seems to still aim at eradicating half of the world’s populace before its final curtailment occurs.

On Sunday, January 17, 2021, H. E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in his address to the nation stated emphatically that there had been a rise in the number of people infected with coronavirus as the frontline workers had detected the variant form of the covid-19 which appears to be more venomous than the initial virus which caused the world to quiver.

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The development of this new strain virus was elicited after the president of the state reopened the borders of the country to allow citizens who felt stranded in other countries to return home. From the updates on the coronavirus given by the Health Service, 13 out of the 16 regions in the country have had a taste of the new noxious virus with the nation experiencing a total of 1924 active cases with an average of 200 cases on a daily basis.

As the country is about to experience an overwhelming overflow of patients in the various hospitals, China has freighted a medical team comprising of 11 doctors that have received special training in the area of coronavirus to Ghana in an endeavor to aid the health care and medical teams of the country. This batch of the medical team is said to have come from the First Affiliated Hospital of Shantou University Medical College which was specially designated for covid-19 patients in China.

“In particular, 3 medical specialists of our team have been on the frontline to combat the pandemic in China, whose practical experience I believe, will also work here in Ghana.” Zhuang Shaohin who’s the leader of the dispatched medical team said with regards to Xinhua News Agency on Sunday, January 17, 2021.

He further orated that, “Once we start the work in the China-Ghana friendship hospital, we will do our best to share the relevant experiences with local doctors to help them understand better the route to curb the pandemic. ”

Ghana has had a total of 352 death records as it stands now whilst most of the infected persons are in a rather critical state at the moment.

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Pastor Murders His Daughter And Buries Her In The Cemetery




In Ghana here, some people have been hiding under the disguise of being pastors and are brutally committing atrocities of the highest degrees. Just yesterday, Friday, January 15, 2021, a self-acclaimed pastor known as Pastor Emma connived with a 22-year-old girl identified as Esther’s mum and accused the poor girl of being a witch in Assin Dawomako.

They went as far as stripping her naked all in the name of disgracing the demon inside to cast it out and the pastor together with his council of elders led the procession of the young lady through the entire town as they gathered people to hoot at her.

This baseless devilish act caused the young lady to take her life and this made the police force begin a dog chase to hunt down the pastor but during the hours of late afternoon, news broke out that the self-proclaimed pastor had also committed suicide before the arrival of the police at his residence.


As if that was not enough, in the late hours of yesterday, on Nhyira FM evening news, another self-styled man of God who is known to be a preacher with Heavens Kingdom Palace Ministry sited in Accra, by name Gideon Boakye was arrested in the Bono East region of Ghana by the Nkoranzah police after allegedly killing his 9-year-old daughter with his reason being that the child was a witch.

Speaking with Pure FM’s Osei Kwadwo, the uncle of the deceased child who is called Queenster Boakye ascertained that after the conception of the child, madame Ama as she was affectionately called by her peers and loved ones, the child had been staying with her mum until the first lifting of the lockdown ban where her dad, the presumed pastor, came for her to stay with him for some time.

In mid-November 2020, the pastor called his wife and alleged that their daughter had confessed to being a witch and that she was initiated into witchcraft by her mum. This sparked some intense arguments between the couple and Mr. Boakye blocked all forms of Communications between his daughter and her maternal family until December 25, 2020, where the man returned home for the Christmas celebration without the child and when he was questioned on the whereabouts of the child, he claimed the child had gone missing and was nowhere to be found.

After observing how unconcerned he looked whilst breaking the reportage to the family, the uncle who suspected something wasn’t right reasoned with their father and reported the case to the Nkoranzah police.

On Wednesday, January 13, 2021, pastor Gideon Boakye was apprehended by the police force of Nkoranzah and after denying countless attempts to the charge for murder instigated on him, he finally confessed to murdering their 9-year-old daughter and stated where he had buried the poor girl.

In the late afternoon of yesterday, January 15, 2021, the murder suspect took the police force and some close relatives to the Nkoranzah cemetery where he had buried the young girl and unearthed her corpse for identification. The child had been murdered and kept in a 25kg rice sac which was sealed and placed in a jute bag again for burial.

Pastor Gideon Boakye is currently in the custody of the police aiding in the inquiry and investigations pertaining to this cruelty.

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Global music entrepreneur Richardine Bartee named director of Content at Duke Concept



Regularly looking for African artists to support them through editorial placements, radio promotion and other suitable opportunities, Recording Academy member Richardine Bartee is at the forefront of the Afrobeats movement in America. Within the first week of January, the native New York businesswoman announced the deal she landed with Willow Creek, California radio station: 99.5 FM KXGO through her Twitter account.
Her next tweet was an open call for African artists. Music fans tagged their favourite artists, and artists promoted themselves, hoping to get a chance to be featured on the Northern California station. Soon after, Bartee began the outreach by emailing artist managers and texting others.
On its first episode, Bartee booked two Nigerian artists, MIMZ and Moelogo. Following the first episode, the music activist booked another interview with Ghana’s new artist MOH—recently placed on Shatta Wale’s iMullar playlist—and Big Brother Naija Season 5 winner Laycon, who is also an acclaimed artist
After uploaded to British online music streaming service Mixcloud, the audio from the conversation charted at #17. As of Sunday (January 12), it is now #10 on the platform’s global interview chart. On January 8, 2021, Laycon’s fans made the #LayconXKXGO hashtag trend at #1 on Twitter in Nigeria.
Ghanaian rising artists Gyakie and Kofi Jamar were the latest recording artists to get booked on Irie Adina’s show ‘Reggae Pon the Edge’. There are a total of six episodes left to air from the Afrobeats special broadcasts. 
Bartee will announce the next guests on her social media accounts: @richardinebartee on Instagram and @theyams on Twitter.
And last but not least, the BMI Publisher made the announcement Instagram official about her becoming Duke Concept’s first Director of Content. In her new role, she is in charge of creating content for the website. 
If you aren’t familiar with Duke Concept, it is a New York-based event production and promotion company, that counts Live Nation and Ticketmaster as its trusted partners. The company specialises in live concerts, festivals, tours, parties, talent management and more. It is the leading brand in the African and Caribbean entertainment atmosphere of North America, and its ultimate goal is to ensure that every event is an experience. The company offers other services like talent development, talent booking, consultancy, and brand placement.

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Government Squadron Apprehend 7 Illegal Chinese Miners; Seizes 10 Excavators



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One of the major initiatives of the government’s endeavors to protect our water bodies and forests from inhuman activities is the curtailment of illegal mining.

Information reaching us is that, the Environmental Sustainability taskforce has taken into its custody 7 Chinese persons and seized 10 Excavators as well in the Western region of Ghana as part of implementing the government’s project of saving our forests.

In the late hours of yesterday, January 11,2021,the Government’s Environmental Sustainability platoon received a tip off regarding some illegal Chinese miners who were destroying the forests without permit and demolishing about 10 football fields.
One of the rivers which runs through this forest is the Oda river and the current sight of this river is very devastating looking at how lifeless it has been rendered and full of mud. The thick forest cover had been cut down and buried in the mud alongside other plant species.

The taskforce raided the Taabosere forest in the Western region enclave at dawn today, January 12,2021,where they caught these Chinese miners in the act. Amongst these Chinese nationalities was a Ghanaian illegal miner by name Issah Odartey who when confronted by the team on operation, he alleged that the concession was gifted to him by the Minerals Commission but lacked concrete evidence to relegate his claims. He further stated that he pays 20,000 Ghana cedis every month to the Minerals Commission and once more,had no documents to back his claims.

At the site where the illegal activities took place, a journalist from Luv FM, Erastus Asare Donkor made it known that they discovered close to 12 excavators and there was a supervisor who was identified as Omar who instigated that they were given the permission to mine by some powerful prominent personalities in the country.
Right after Omar spoke with the taskforce, another man who is revealed himself as Charles Owusu, a relative of the late Sir John, made assertion of ownership of the site and requested that the taskforce leave the site but this plea fell on deaf ears as the taskforce removed all the excavators and transported them across the Oda river.

In all, seven Chinese miners were apprehended and taken to Accra for processing whilst 10 excavators were seized from the site.

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