Get the latest news in music, movies, sports, entertainment and more on Twitter. Here is a recap of some of the trending stories during this week on #TwitterGhana 

Camidoh’s ‘Sugarcane Remix’ is Out

Camidoh, one of Ghana’s leading Afropop singers has released the remix of his smash hit ‘Sugarcane’. The remix features other top artistes including King PromiseMayorkun and Darko.

He took to Twitter to share the news with his fans, and King Promise, who features prominently in the remix, also Tweeted about it – acknowledging @rexthedirector who is credited for directing the music video.

Wendy Shay’s ‘Survivor’ tops this week’s chart.

Leading music charts platform, Charts Ghana, has listed Wendy Shay’s latest track ‘Survivor’ as the top song for this week. Here is the Tweet announcing the  top ten songs and the artists. 

One Twitterati, Citizen Yao thanked  Wendy Shay via this Tweet, calling #Survivor “a banger 🎶🔥🔥”. The track is available to stream on Spotify.

BNaija reunion drama unfolds

#BBNaijaReunion has been trending this week. The episodes of the Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) Shine Ya Eyes Reunion show have already unleashed much more drama than fans of the show were anticipating. One of the key highlights, since the show started, has been the confrontations between Angel Smith & Maria Chike.

A BBNaija fan Tweeted describing Angel as the queen of content. Have you seen any of the episodes yet? Share your views #BBNaijaReunion

Twitter users shower praises on Togbe Afede XIV

Ghanaians on Twitter have been showering praises on Togbe Afede XIV, the Agbogbomefia of Asogli state for returning GHs 365,000 ex-gratia paid to him for serving on the Council of State between 2017 and 2020.

Bridget Otto wrote, “We need more of Togbe Afede’s. Another said, “Maximum Respect to Agbogbomefia of Asogli”. Eben Brown also wrote, …”What a respectful statesman

Thomas Partey changes his name to Yakubu

Thomas Partey has been at the centre of the latest news in both the United Kingdom and Ghana due to his name change. The Arsenal midfielder will now go by the name Yakubu, following his conversion to Islam.

The news has received a lot of commentary with Tweets by local and international media including Mail Sport Online & Ghana Soccernet. For more comments follow the hashtag #Yakubu

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