Nanaama sakyiwaaApril 17, 2019
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Actress Moesha Buduong has revealed that one of the attacks which affected her most was claims she was an HIV career after rumors were rife she had slept unprotected with Shatta Wale‘s godfather, one Mr. Aik Livingstone Abani who was also said to be HIV positive in return for a huge cash.

Though she will not confirm or deny if both were in a relationship sparking that wild rumor, she simply revealed to Nana Romeo on Accra FM’s mid-morning that it was one of her low moments even though she was aware the claims were untrue.

In February last month, there were reports on some social media platforms indicating that the man in question allegedly sleeps with young ladies and gives them huge money.

The reports added that the man is an alleged carrier of HIV/AIDS and has been spreading it by having unprotected sex with women who he gives huge sums of money to after the sexual act.

In the report, Moesha was mentioned to have taken hundred thousand cedis from the man the first day she met him.

Reacting to the reports, Moesha expressed shock as to why why people will want to destroy the man because of his success he has chalked in his life.

Subsequently the man personally came out to debunk the claims challenging anyone who holds a contrary view to put it out with evidence or have him to contend with in the law courts.

 

 

source:mynewsgh


Nanaama sakyiwaaApril 17, 2019
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Roman Reigns was not the signing Vince McMahon had promised to make for SmackDown but he still made a huge impact on his blue brand debut.

Prior to the show, McMahon had promised to bring in “the biggest signing in SmackDown history”, which he revealed to be the guitar-playing antagonist Elias.

That prompted a mixed response from the Montreal crowd but their confusion turned to cheers moments later when Reigns’ music played and ‘the Big Dog’ made his presence felt.

 

 

 

 

 

source: skysports


Nanaama sakyiwaaApril 17, 2019
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NEW YORK CITY (April 16, 2019) — WBO welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford and Amir “King” Khan hosted a media workout today at EverybodyFights, as the pair prepares for Saturday evening’s Top Rank on ESPN PPVshowdown at Madison Square Garden.

The stacked undercard will feature a pair of highly anticipated co-features: Lightweight sensation Teofimo Lopez will fight Edis Tatli in a 12-rounder, while featherweight phenom Shakur Stevenson will face former world title challenger Christopher Diaz in a 10-rounder.

In the 10-round televised opener, Felix Verdejo seeks to return to lightweight contention versus former interim world champion Bryan Vasquez.

Here is what the PPV fighters had to say.

 

Terence Crawford

“I feel like I’m already the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world. Beating Amir Khan would only solidify my place in the sport. Amir Khan is undefeated as a welterweight and can’t be underestimated. He has great hand speed, movement, and some power as well. I want to showcase all of my talents in this fight.”

“I don’t worry about the bigger names. My focus is on Amir Khan. He is the task at hand. I’ve never overlooked an opponent.”

“I feel like a lot of times people don’t give me credit for who I’ve beaten. I’ve defeated gold medalists, undefeated fighters, world champions. It doesn’t matter. Before my fights, people talk about how it’s going to be the hardest fight of my career. Then I beat them, and people make them seem like they were nothing. I am going to keep doing what I’m doing and keep being victorious.”

“I am on a high level right now, and the way I beat people makes it seem like they don’t belong in the ring with me. Against Khan, I will show everyone again why I’m the best fighter in the world.” He expressed.

 

 

source:boxingghana


Nanaama sakyiwaaApril 17, 2019
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Ryn Roberts, daughter of Ghanaian actress, has strangely gone gone missing on social media with an unclear reason but pulse.com.gh has a spoiler alert that may give you a clue as to why.

Yvonne’s daughter, who has been named from the initials of her parents’ names “Robert Yvonne Nelson” making RYN, has been a darling girl on the Instagram, with her photos and videos attracting a lot of admiration from fans.

However, the sad news to fans of Ryn is that she is no more on Instagram as her account appears to have been either deleted or deactivated with no exact reason known yet. Photos of the popular actress’ daughter aren’t on her mother’s page too.

Pulse.com.gh noticed this strange development after veteran broadcaster, Nana Aba Anamoah, shared a post to mock how some mothers hide behind social media accounts of their children to send sweet messages to themselves.

Something Nana Aba’s post described as “a form of mental illness” and she captioned it saying that “This one will hit some dry bones”.

Though pulse.com.gh has ever seen a couple of posts with captions on Ryn’s page, gushing over her mum, we can’t confirm that her account’s disappearance has anything to directly do with Nana Aba’s shade.

Nevertheless, it’s strange her account is gone missing and there’s not even one photo of her on her mother’s page too. Is there something we are missing as to why Ryn’s Instagram is no more? Is she tired of growing up in everyone’s face already?

Well, well maybe Ryn just wants a very private life now but you see screenshots below and tell us what you think.


Nanaama sakyiwaaApril 16, 2019
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The founder and leader of Alabaster International Ministry Prophet Kofi Oduro in a hilarious way demonstrated to his congregation how married women should dress to maintain their marriages.

The man of God wore panties to illustrate to especially married women in his church that they must look attractive always to keep their partners.

“Most married women lose themselves when they get married. To every married woman here, if you want to maintain your marriage you have to raise your game.

The fact that you are married doesn’t mean you don’t have to be sexy or romantic. The side chicks are wearing sexy panties to snatch your husbands, you have to stop these ‘pioto’”, he advised humorously.

Prophet Oduro also advised single ladies to fear God and financially independent before they get married to avoid being liabilities to their partners.

The outspoken man of God is a dynamic and prolific preacher who teaches the word of God with power, clarity and deep insights.

 

source:ghpage.com

 


Nanaama sakyiwaaApril 16, 2019
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Ghana star Thomas Partey has been named Atletico Madrid’s Player of the Month for March.

The 25-year-old put up impressive displays in the matches against Real Sociedad, CD Leganes, Deportivo Alaves and Atletico Bilbao.

He capped his performance with a beautiful goal-his third of the season-in the 4-0 demolishing of Deportivo Alaves on the road.

This term, Partey has made 27 league appearances.

 

Source: ghanasoccernet


Nanaama sakyiwaaApril 11, 2019
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Sam Maxwell stepped into Vasyl Lomachenko’s heartland and gives a hint of what lies ahead for Anthony Crolla after his amateur duels with a ‘special’ opponent.

There’s no ideal way to prepare for Vasyl Lomachenko. Joe Gallagher and Anthony Crolla will have spent the last few months scrutinising video footage of the Ukrainian, and a number of southpaw sparring marvels will have provided Crolla with their best impression of the two-time Olympic gold medallist. Sam Maxwell, the current WBO

European champion, thanks to a marvellous last-minute knockout last month, knows everything that is going through Crolla’s mind right now ahead of his world title fight with Lomachenko in the early hours of Saturday, live on Sky Sports.


Nanaama sakyiwaaApril 11, 2019
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Three time paralympic athlete, Raphael Botsyo Nkegbe is stepping up preparations for the 2019 all African Games in Morocco.

The competition, which will take palace in Rabat will also serve as the qualifier for Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

In an interview with Omy TV, Raphael spoke about his “BOTSYO FOR GOD” project which is geared towards ensuring his first ever gold medal for Ghana.

He also used the opportunity to seek for support from the government and others who are willing to help.

 

 

Source: NanaAma Sakyiwaa.


Nanaama sakyiwaaMarch 25, 2019
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WBO Global, IBF International lightweight champion as well as WBO Africa titlist Emmanuel Tagoe is now the number three best in the world according to the World Boxing Organization latest rankings released.

By this Emmanuel “Game “Boy Tagoe’s world title aspirations is clearer and better than ever going into the second quarter of 2019.

The wity Ghanaian fighter is gradually inching closer to a shot at the world strap hopefully against Vasily Lomachenko.

Rated number one contender in the WBO latest rankings is Roman Andreev of Russia before Philippines Mercito Gesta in second position on the log, then comes Africa and Global WBO lightweight champion in third position, Ghana’s Emmanuel Tagoe nicknamed the ‘Game Boy.’

Edis Tatli of Finland is number 4 on the log with Teofimo Lopez making a big entry in 5 position.

Currently Mikey Garcia is still the champion in the WBC though floored by Errol Spence whiles Richard Commey maintains that of the IBF with Ukrainian poster boy Vasily Lomachenko occupying the WBO slot.

The full comprehensive log will be posted by boxing Ghana very soon.


Nanaama sakyiwaaMarch 19, 2019
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Olympic bronze medallist Joshua Buatsi is set to extend his nine-fight unbeaten record to ten when he clash gloves with Liam Conroy for the vacant British light heavyweight title on Saturday 23rd of March 2019.

Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Hackney Wick, London, United Kingdom will see the World Boxing Association International Light Heavyweight champion face Liam Conroy for the opportunity to wear the vacant British strap.

The Ghanaian born Buatsi, moved to Croydon with his family during his childhood days and is now a naturalised British citizen.

Joshua Buatsi (9-0,7KOs) is fast establishing his credentials as one of the most feared light-heavweights title prospects.

The 26 year old dispatched Renold Quinlan under 2 minutes in December 22, 2018 at the 02 Arena in London.

Liam Conroy (16-3-1,8 KOs) is the current English lightweight champion who is hoping to make a comeback after some setbacks in the past. He comes up against an in-form fighter in Buatsi who is currently unsung blowing away opponents via TKO’s.

Managed by current world champion Anthony Joshua under the stables of Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom, Buatsi is very confident of a resounding victory against Conroy.

“If it’s the first round it’s the first round. Don’t be surprised it’s the first, it could happen again.” Buatsi said.

“It’s not about the opponent. It’s a title that I want to win, it’s part of the journey that I’m taking. Conroy is the man that’s been put forward and on March 23 it’s going to happen. I’ll be doing everything within my will and my power to win that title,” said Buatsi.

“I’ve been putting in the work in the gym and I’ve been getting sparring that’s been more than ten rounds. I’ve been putting in the work physically and mentally and as my trainer will say, as the runs go on I get better and better.

They might think that I’ve only done three one rounders but that’s cool, I’ll be prepared, I’ll be there from one to twelve so whichever number it is, if I see the opening I’ll take it.”

But Liam Conroy has other ideas going into the fight and is very optimistic of his chances.

“This is a massive fight but I think it’s been a long time coming. I won my British title fight eliminator in 2017 and I’ve just been working relentlessly since,” said Conroy.

“This has always been my goal. I’m just dead grateful for being on the show. I’d like to thank Matchroom for putting on the show against Buatsi, but it’s not about the opponent, it’s about my journey and the British title is my dream.” He concluded.

 

 

 

source:boxinginghana



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