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President of National House of Chiefs Turns 71 today



The Paramount Chief of Sefwi Anhwiaso Traditional Area,
Ogyeahohoo Yaw Gyebi II, is celebrating his birthday today, October 5, 2021.


Nana is an illustrious son of Sefwi Anhwiaso in the Bibiani Anhwiaso Bekwai Municipality of the Western North Region.

He is also the current President of the National and Western North Regional House of Chiefs, the body that brings together paramount chiefs from around the country.

As National President, he plays a pivotal role in mediation efforts in chieftaincy institution and other conflicts that might arise in the country. He also represents the Western North region at the national assembly of the august body.

Ogyeahoho Yaw Gyebi II was born on October 5, 1950, in the Western North Region of Ghana.

Known in private life as Francis Kofi Adjei, he first trained as a teacher at the Sefwi Wiawso Teacher Training College, now Sefwi Wiawso College of Education.

After teaching for a while, he proceeded to the University of Cape Coast, where he pursued a Bachelor of Commerce degree in addition to a diploma in education.

He also qualified as a chartered accountant. To enable him better perform his role as a lead mediator and chieftaincy and traditional conflicts. Ogyeahoho also studied for and obtained an Executive Master’s degree in Alternative Dispute Resolution.

His education and training make him one of the avatars of modern progressive chieftaincy anchored not only on hereditary assumption but also on administrative competence and developmental vision.

In November 2016, officials of the Electoral Commission of Ghana organized an election to fill the position of the presidency of the Western Region House of Chiefs.

Ogyeahohoo Yaw Gyebi II contested and won by obtaining seven votes out of a total vote count of eleven.

His contender for the seat was Nana Kwesi Agyemang IX, the Paramount Chief of Lower Dixcove Traditional Area, who had been the acting President of the House before the election.

Nana was sworn into office by Justice Peter Kwodwo Ababio, a Sekondi-Takoradi High Court Judge.

In May 2017, he was appointed to the seven-member board of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, further recognition of his skills and insight.

Ogyeahoho Yaw Gyebi II served as President of Western Region House of Chiefs until President Akufo-Addo inaugurated a 19-member Western North Regional House of Chiefs in Sefwi-Wiawso in September 2020.

On October 14, 2020, Western North Regional House of Chiefs by acclamation elected Ogyeahoho Yaw Gyebi II, Paramount Chief of Anhwiaso Traditional Area, as its first President of the house.

However, he was elected on the 12th November 2020, as the President of the National House of Chiefs by beating Togbe Afede XIV by 59 votes to 25.

Ogyeahoho Yaw Gyebi II is married with five children, three gentlemen and two beautiful ladies.


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ENTERTAINMENT / Photo of Shatta Bandle and his new bride takes over social media




Shatta Bandle is officially off the single’s market, GhanaWeb can confirm.

The dimunituve and social media star tied the knot with his baby mama whom he has two kids with, yesterday, September 17, 2022 in a grand ceremony.

The couple who welcomed their second child last week, topped their celebration with the marriage celebration on a park in Tamale, in the Northern Region.

Wearing a white Kaftan with gold designs, Shatta Bandle, who describes himself as billionaire, was seen with all smiles while sitting closely with his wife in a sofa at the ceremony.

Some social media users and Ghanaian celebrities have since taken to social media to celebrate the newest couple Mr and Mrs Bandle.


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Showbiz / Stonebwoy Reacts To Crime At 2022 ‘Ashaiman To The World’ Concert




The creator of the ‘Ashaiman to the World’ festival, renowned Ghanaian Afropop, dancehall and reggae musician, Livingstone Etse Satekla, better known by his stage name Stonebwoy, has addressed media reports of casualties at this year’s edition of the event.

He gave his reactions during an interview on Lagos-based TVC’s programme called eSplash.

To him, media reports on the issue is “normal because surely people must talk about us and we are grateful to be in the news but most often not for the right reasons [but] that’s not our doing.”

“We understand that media has to curate some following and attract some eyes, so sometimes they try to say it in different ways. It’s all out of love,” he opined and proceeded on some apologetic efforts.

“The reality is that, Ashaiman to the World is like Surulere to the World or Ware to the World because I come from the hood.

“I’ve been putting up this festival for them for nine years running, seven years active because of COVID and you can’t argue, it’s the biggest outdoor event by an artiste for his community as a charity stuff.

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“People troop in, you get 40 to 50,000 plus [people attending]. I’m not even kidding.”

According to the ‘Therapy’ hitmaker, among these teeming patrons are the troublemakers.

First, he observed the latest edition of ‘Ashaiman to the World’ “was a peaceful event till the end of it.”

However, “you see this [event] brings a lot of people together [and] realistically, there are people with bad ideas [in attendance].”

He went on to highlight the tendencies of crime are “definitely” present “wherever you go [but] especially in the slums [like Ashaiman] where the system has turned us into different things.”

Stonebwoy is of the view the hardships of communities like Ashaiman lead people into undesirable activities but with a near-noble reason.

“We are looking out to make sure that we can [unlawfully] pick up something and make ends meet easily.”

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This is out of the hands the festivals organising team, he believes, adding efforts made to ensure maximum security for patrons.

“I speak the truth only but you know what, it’s nobody’s fault, it can’t be my fault because we triple security everytime but intention is the most important thing.”

The decorated reggae/dancehall artiste then made an appeal drawing attention to the basic purpose of the festival.

“So I urge a lot people to desist from that minor [incident] because there have been worst things. I’m not trying to trivialise this but the source bottom of making such a programme is to throw good light on my community [Ashaiman] because we understand that years ago, when you say you come from, for instance Ojuelegba, you’re not gonna be employed, you’re not gonna be looked at, but we’ve changed the narrative.”

That notwithstanding these efforts, “the more you change the narrative, the more some people in the media must try to give some other [negative things attention].”

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Stonebwoy who is currently in Nigeria promoting his new song ‘Gidigba’ is confident this year’s music festival did not leave his “fans frowning, they are all very happy and very well.”

“So we’ll look to making sure that we continue to curb these unintended events after shows,” he assured.


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ShowbizTop Entertainment: Black Sherif grabs 2022 BET Hip-Hop nomination for Ghana!




Ghanaian singer/rapper Black Sherif has been nominated for the Best International Flow category at the BET Hip Hop Awards 2022. This year’s event will be aired on September 30, 2022, at Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta, hosted by Fat Joe.

Following the release of the 1st and 2nd Sermon and subsequently ‘Kwaku The Traveller’, Black Sherif’s global appeal is on the ascendancy as his style cuts across different demographics and geographic locations. This puts him on a headliner pedestal on varying playlists across the digital stream platforms spectrum.

Black Sherif grabs 2022 BET Hip-Hop nomination for Ghana!
Other nominees in the category include Benjamin Epps (France), Blxckie (South Africa), Central Cee (Uk), Haviah Mighty (Canada), Knucks (Uk), Le Juiice (France), Nadia Nakai (Zimbabwe) and Tasha & Tracie (Brazil).

Born and raised in Konongo, a small city in the Ashanti region of Ghana, Black Sherif’s cult following is spreading across the globe as local and national scenes make headlines.


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