A lot happened this week in the country…there was the usual drama and cheers…and the number one social media platform was buzzing like no one’s business. Check out a selection of trends and stories on Twitter this week.
#BlackStars was also trending as the Ghana Football Association (GFA) named a three-member committee made up of its Vice President Mark Addo, Upper East Regional Football Association Chairman, Alhaji Salifu Zida and Randy Abbey to find the next national team coach within the next 72 hours. A Tweet by gtvsports says Milovan Rajevac is leading the race to be named the next Black Stars Head Coach. Football enthusiasts joins in to share their comments here.
Champions League is back
The 2021/22 Champions League campaign is underway. Chelsea beat Manchester City in last season’s Champions League final to win the competition for the second time.
The group stage of what promises to be a fascinating Champions League season gets underway this week. A Tweet by CitiSportsGHA says “ #UCL: Liverpool Comeback sinks Milan in epic”. Check out what people are saying here
Wendy Shay drops ‘Heat’, video to feature her fans
Ghanaian songstress, wendyshaygh from Rufftown Records drops her new single video titled “Heat” featuring her fans, Shay Gang. In a Tweet, Wendy describes how she had fun shooting the street Anthem with the fans. This new song was produced by Fox Beat. Read more about people’s views about the lyrics here.
Sarkodie x Grammy: Sarkodie Makes His Debut For An Interview With Grammys
A member of the Grammys, Richardine Bartee known on Twitter as @THEYAMS has taken to her page to announce Sarkodie’s debut on Grammy.com in an interview with Herbal Tea and White Sofa’s Show.
She wrote in a Tweet, “@sarkodie makes his debut with a ‘Herbal Tea & White Sofas’ interview! It will be live on The Recording Academy’s YouTube on September 15, at 10 AM PST/5 PM GMT. Stay tuned!“ Twitter fans could not hide their excitement after his appearance on the show and showered him with praises. #SarkodieXGRAMMYs
Wizkid Becomes The First African Artiste To Win an MTV Video Music Award
wizkidayo has become the first African artist to win an MTV Video Music Award. He won Cinematography of the Year at the recently held 2021 MTV Video Music Awards. He won this award due to his collaboration with Beyoncé on the Lion King: The Gift album with the song ‘Brown Skin Girl’. StatsWizkid in a Tweet congratulated the artist for the big win.
- Reckless driver in viral video fails to appear in court after falling sick
- ‘I only met Godfred Dame to discuss Law School issues’ – Justice Dotse fights off Opuni bias claims
- I doubt impartiality of Justice Dotse; he should recuse himself – Opuni
- Court grants ‘Jesus Ahuofe’ ¢100k bail over Shatta Wale hoax shooting
- Sudan general declares state of emergency amid coup
- 37th ICAG Graduation Ceremony: female UEW graduate adjudged overall best candidate
- Auditor-General uncovers ¢44m worth of abandoned projects, completed projects not put to use across
- Oyibi, Apollonia, Awoshie and other areas to experience power interruption
- Madina MP leads constituents to demonstrate over deplorable roads
- Renowned advertising personality, Torgbor Mensah passes on
Japan’s Princess Mako marries boyfriend Kei Komuro
Afghan baby girl sold for $500 by starving family
Agona East Assembly endorses President’s nominee
Women urged to have their breasts examined
Covid-19: Ghana’s death toll rises to 1,172
Re-nominated DCE of Adaklu fails second attempt
Treason: We don’t want to fail, it must happen – Dr Mac Palm
Message from the Morning Man: Pay for Pain
Stop begging for arrested criminals – Police to Politicians
SYND-Ghana hosts Pre-COP26 Youth Summit on climate change
There was about 1million vote difference between presidential and parliamentary results – Otokunor alleges
I blame EC for the 8 deaths recorded in 2020 elections – Otokunor
Delay in sanctioning culprits for deaths recorded in 2020 election worrying – Dr Pumpuni Asante
Ballot stuffing claims by NDC ‘bogus’ – Peter Mac Manu
EC reducing cost of elections per voter to $7.70 incorrect – Peter Otokunor