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Reggie Rockstone

Legendary Ghanaian Rapper, Reggie Rockstone (born Reginald Yaw Asante Ossei) strongly believes Ghanaians are their own enemies.

The “Godfather of Hiplife”, as he is described in many circles, shared his thoughts in an Instagram video on why he thinks “Ghanaians hate Ghana”.

He bemoaned the lack of support for things made in Ghana by Ghanaians, using hiplife rapper, Sarkodie and Ghana’s first president, Dr Kwame Nkrumah, as victims of Ghanaians shameful hatred for each other.

In a few years from now, when it has become a standard for award organisers to unveil nominees live on TV before the award event itself, September 19, 2017 will be the day it all started.

Yes, Big Events Ghana, organiser of RTP Awards will for the first time in Ghana’s Awards history organise a live event to unveil nominees for the 2017 Awards on television.

Competition in the radio and television industry is arguably the keenest in Ghana and takes poise in one’s body of work to compete in a prestigious award scheme like the RTP, and that step in itself is worthy of praise.

In view of this RTP Awards 2017 Nomination Unveil will project our nominees, celebrate them and give them the pre-award champagne-popping moment because to be shortlisted in any category, out of over 6000 applications is in itself a triumph that cannot be downplayed.

Chris Attoh

Ghanaian actor, Chris Attoh has waded in to the recent controversy surrounding actress and comedienne Afia Schwarzenegger insisting that Ghanaians should let go of her issue.

News broke recently that the actress was caught in bed with another man barely nine months into her marriage.

Commenting on this issue last Friday on the After Hours show on TV3, Chris Attoh argued that Afia Schwarzenegger’s issue is a personal matter and should be treated as such, despite advising couples against adultery.

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