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With My Absence No Female Artist Can Take Ghana Music Far – Wendy Shay

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The “Rufftown” quit Artist “WENDY SHAY” lay brags on her page stating that without her no female artist in Ghana can take Ghana Music Far. She state this on the fact that when she was recently in the game,all her Dropped songs were massive which proved her hardy work in the industry and also took Ghana music far. But a slight quit from the industry,nofemale artist is able to continue what she has been doing.

“PLEASE DO YOU AGREE WITH HER STATEMENT”

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The full list of winners for the 2019 3RD TV Music Video Awards

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The full list of winners for the 2019 3RD TV Music Video Awards is finally here and we must say the 2nd edition of the award scheme which happens to be the GreenEdition wasepic and lit.

All of the big names including Sister Derborah, YaaPono, Eno Barony, Praye, Maccasio, Petrah, Deon Boakye, Clemento Suarez, DJ Mensah, Wutah Kobbyand DKBwere all there and the atmosphere was filled with soo much fun and excitement with all of the popular celebrities present.

This year’s edition which honored artistes, video directors, music producers, video vixens, stylists, make-up artists, video editors &music video production companies in 34 categories happened at the Snap Cinemas (Accra City Hall)on December 7, 2019.

Check out the full list of the #3RDTVMVA19Winners Below:

Viewer’s Choice – Boey P (Trust No Man)

Best New Comer Video– EuniMelo (Naakp3)

Best Make Up Artist – Khadydoks (Medikal – Drip)

Best Stylist – Irock Ghana (Kuami Eugene – Ohemaa)

Best Group Video – 2Kz (Ghana ft. Clemento Suarez & Teacher Kwadwo)

Best Concept Video – Wutah Kobby (If I Get)

Best Video Vixen– Gracialla (BisaKdei – Meka)

Best Video Editor – King Golix (Fancy Gadam – 3b3y3 Yie)

Best Female Hi Life Video – Becca (Gina ft. Kizz Daniel)

Best Male Hi Life Video – Deon Boakye (Gone)

Best DJ Video – DJ Sly (GyaeDede ft. VVIP &Miyaki)

Best Animation Video – Praye (GbangGbai)

Best Choreography Video – Sister Deborah (Kakalika Love ft. Efo Chameleon)

Best Photography Video– Wutah Kobby (Naa Me ft. Tinny)

Best Female Hip Life Video – SistaAfia (Weather ft. Medikal&Quamina MP)

Best Male Hip Life Video – Pope Skinny (Ochokobila)

Best Music Producer – MOG Beatz

Best Video Director– Salifu Abdul Hafiz

Best Female Reggae / Dancehall Video – Akiyana (Nobody Bad ft. Kelvynboy)

Best Male Reggae / Dancehall Video – J.Derobie (Poverty ft. MrEazi)

Best Collaboration Video – Keeny Ice (Ebe God)

Best Visual Effect Video – Eze (Regular)

Best Directed Video – Agbeshie (WroWroHo ft. Medikal)

Best Edited Video– Petrah (Body)

Best Gospel Video – Joyce Blessing (Onyankopon)

Best Afro Pop Video – Addi Self (Future Picture)

Best Cinematography Video – Opanka (Holiday ft. Kweysi Swat)

3RD TV Most Influential Artiste – Sarkodie

Best Production Company – DKAMG Media Limited (Kofi Awuah II)

Best Cinematographer – John Fiifi Mensah (Wendy Shay– Stevie Wonder ft. Shatta Wale)

Best Female Hip Hop Video – Eno Barony (Mind Your Business ft. Kofi Mole)

Best Male Hip Hop Video –YaaPono (Control ft. Dun D)

Most Popular Video – Fameye (Nothing I Get)

Overall Best Video – Sarkodie (Lucky ft. Rudeboy)

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Happy Man Bitters Presents Dj Baby Stone and Mc Olembe #TOUR

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Hello Ghana,Are You ready for Happy Man  With the unpredictable Djs in Ghana crossing borders and promoting upcoming artists right about now “DJ BABY STONE “ & Mc Olember.Its gonna be boom and happy.For More kindly contact 0240322812

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University of Ghana creates platform for students to report sexual harassment cases

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As part of measures to help curtail sexual harassment on its campus, the University of Ghana has created an anonymous e-mail address and a WhatsApp platform to facilitate and create easy avenues for students to report instances of sexual harassment.

“We particularly encourage people who may have fallen victim to such unfortunate incidents to take advantage of the sites and report the cases for redress,” the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu, said.

He was addressing the graduation ceremony of the first batch of 385 undergraduates of the College of Humanities of the university who received Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Accra yesterday.

Investigation committee

Referring to recent media allegations of sexual harassment involving some faculty members of the university, Prof. Owusu said the management of the university had responded by taking steps to enforce its anti-sexual harassment regulations.

“Following the broadcast, management set up a five-member fact-finding committee, chaired by Justice (retd) Vida Akoto-Bamfo, to inquire into the allegations.

“I am happy to inform you that the committee submitted its report to me on Tuesday, November 12, 2019,” the Vice-Chancellor said, adding: “Management will, therefore, study the report and ensure implementation of the recommendations, using the appropriate adjudicatory processes stipulated under the basic law and policies of the university.”

He further said as part of ways to tackle sexual harassment, the Centre for Gender Studies and Advocacy (CENGENSA) at the university had been tasked to lead in developing a training programme to educate members of the university community on what constituted harassment.

“It is envisaged that in the not-too-distant future, every employee of the university would be trained to understand what constitutes sexual and gender harassment and how to respond to it, either as a perpetrator or a victim,” Prof. Owusu added.

He said after a framework had been developed, the training would be available both online and in other formats and would be extended to all students.

“We are counting on CENGENSA to consult widely and come up with a training programme that is suitable for the University of Ghana and which will deal decisively with issues relating to sexual harassment,” he said.

Accommodation

On accommodation, Prof. Owusu announced that the university had decoupled admissions from accommodation, “and so university admission is, therefore, not linked to the provision of beds and students would have to compete for the few beds on a first-come basis”.

He said in anticipation of the influx of the first batch of beneficiaries of the free senior high school policy, management was considering various options to address anticipated challenges.

“Currently, the university’s Land Lease Committee is in negotiation with a number of private bodies to expand housing options on campus.

“The Students Representative Council of the university has also initiated a process of embarking on a 2,500-bed capacity hostel project,” the Vice-Chancellor added.

Leadership

The co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Crescendo Consult Ltd, Mrs Doris Y.A. Ahiati, who spoke on the topic: “Self leadership crucial in the digital economy”, said “as a leader, you have to be in a problem to develop the most suitable, effective and creative solutions to it”.

She said becoming a graduate was no longer equal to “suit and tie”, adding: “A graduate must be an analytical thinker, dissecting problems to arrive at appropriate solutions.”

The Chancellor of the university, Mrs Mary Chinery-Hesse, charged the graduands to always lift the image of the university.

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