Presiding Bishop of the United Denominations of Lighthouse Group of Churches (UD-OLGC) and Head Pastor of the First Love Church, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills has reiterated that the church will strongly resist and stand against any efforts by the government to legalize homosexuality in Ghana.
The legalization of homosexuality has been a huge topic that has been discussed in the country over the last few years with various Heads of State giving their own opinion.
The late Evans Atta-Mills mentioned that he would never allow Ghana to legalize the act as he believed it was immoral and against the rules of God.
Recently, the current president of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in an interview with Al-Jazeera refused to make his stance clear as he stated that the topic is currently not part of his country’s agenda.
Ghana’s Speaker of Parliament, Prof Mike Ocquaye, also revealed in an interview that he would rather resign from his post than to sit on any bill brought to the house concerning the legalization of Homosexuality.
However, Evangelist Heward-Mills during his sermon on Sunday, December 30, 2018 at the First Love Church in Accra revealed that the church and other religious bodies in the country would strongly reject and stand against any government that would try to impose homosexuality on the people of Ghana.
“We will not allow it. We will stand against it. The church, Moslems and other people will strongly resist and stand against any government that would try to impose homosexuality in Ghana.”
The outspoken Bishop has been one of the religious Heads in the country who strongly resist the idea of legalizing homosexuality in Ghana.
Rapper, Sarkodie has jabbed Shatta Wale for hating his colleagues in the music industry, we reports
Shatta Wale in several tweets yesterday rained insults on Ghanaians and colleagues in the music industry after social media users indicated that his thanksgiving was a flop.
He tweeted that he will continue to insult his colleagues because they have refused to learn and accept success.
But Sarkodie in a tweet said “Love is hard … Hate is easy”.
Shatta Wale and Sarkodie’s friendship hit a snag this year when Shatta Wale in several videos and interviews insulted the personality of Sarkodie.
Definitely, tonight will be the biggest and the last night of 2018 which will have almost everyone including Mallams running to nearby churches to confess their sins and seek the face of God for the coming year 2019.
Prior to tonight’s biggest 31st service, Serwaa Amihere has issued a strong warning to some ‘Belly-full’ pastors to desist from giving Sugar-coated prophecies tonight.
Tonight will be the “hottest night’ for the ‘Allo’ pastors whom instead of preaching about salvation, will rather talk about other unnecessary stuffs.
Notwithstanding, some prophecies on making wealth will be done genuinely but we must also be on a watch for the fakes as well.
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Socialite, Moesha Bodoung who has on several occasions admitted she dates Sugar Daddies and is not ashamed about it has asked Ghanaians not to be shy of what they do for a living as we gradually draw closer to the end of 2018.
According to her, it’s imperative that people focus on what they do rather what people think of them.
Female television personality, Deloris Frimpong Manso, popularly known as Delay has said that 2018 was so busy that she forgot to get married.
Delay is one of the oldest female radio and television personality who is married to her work.
Regardless of the pressures from society to get married, she has stood her grounds to achieve greater things for herself rather than get stifled by marriage.
Shatta Wale is currently flowing his mind to his lyrical rival via his social media handle specifically, Twitter.
Hour after tagging Stonebwoy as a copy cat for allegedly staging a Dubai Borga to gift him money on stage during his Bhim Concert 2018, the controversial dance-hall king had released yet another jab.
He tweeted: ‘Efo 800 Efo operation fill da dome Efo global Efo the industry is killing you slowly . They are lying to u’.
CEO of 2Hype Gang, Showboy, has set the record straight saying Tema-based music duo, R2bees, are the biggest international record in Ghana.
According to a post he shared on Twitter, not even Shatta Movement or Bhim Nation can be compared to their brand internationally.
R2bees is a music group comprising Mugeez and Paedae.
A report by Class News has it that a private legal practitioner, Amanda Clinton, who is serving as Counsel for several aggrieved investors of troubled gold-trading firm Menzgold Ghana Limited, has revealed that as many as 1.8 million Ghanaians invested in the firm during its five-year operations.
And within that period, at least $200 million dollars were invested – the highest single investment being $6 million.
Since August 2018, the company, owned by 32-year-old Nana Appiah Mensah, has not been able to pay extra values earned on investments to its clients nor their principal capital, after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) asked Menzgold to stop its gold vault market operations over regulatory infractions.
The issue of Stonebwoy filling the Fantasy Dome during his just ended Bhim Concert 2018 had become an issue of public interest most especially to the Shatta fans.
Many had tagged Stonebwoy as not being a stronger brand as compared to his main competitor Shatta, a reason why he placed a lot of local and International artistes on bill during his concert with the aim of filling a ‘common’ Dome.
We all remember how Shatta single handedly filled the same Fantasy Dome during his Reign Album Launch.
Charterhouse Productions, organizers of the annual biggest indoor music concert, ‘Ghana Rocks Concert’ has released an official statement to explain the circumstances which prevented Nigeria’s ‘bad boy’ Burna Boy, real name, Damini Ogulu from performing at this year’s concert and given an unreserved apology alongside.
In the statement released today, December 30, 2018, and signed by its PRO, George Quaye, the firm explains that Burna Boy failed to make the all-important appearance because he had inhaled tear gas at an event some nights ago and was admitted at the hospital at the time he was supposed to fly to Ghana.