South Korea’s Constitutional Court upholds President Park Geun-hye’s impeachment

Photo Park Geun-hye refused to testify in the impeachment trial. Wikimedia Commons: Korean Culture and Information Service
South Korea’s Constitutional Court has upheld the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye, removing her from office over a graft scandal involving big business that has gripped the country for months.
She becomes South Korea’s first democratically elected leader to be forced from office. 
A presidential election will be held in 60 days, according to the constitution.
More to come.

    How to Use a Flash Drive as RAM

    By: Lucinda Watrous

    If your computer seems slow, and you have already gone through making sure there are no viruses, spyware or adware on the system, it may be because your system needs more RAM. RAM is the short-term memory of the computer. It works with the processor to multi-task. RAM can easily be added to your system if you are not already at maximum capacity for your motherboard, and you have available slots. However, RAM can get expensive, and even after you max out your motherboard you may need more. Using a flash drive as RAM is a quick, easy and cheaper way to increase system memory.


    A flash drive can add available RAM to your computer.


    Insert your flash drive into a USB port. If you have auto-play enabled, there should be an option in the menu that appears that says, “Speed Up My System” that will allow you to enable ReadyBoost.


    Click the “ReadyBoost” tab.


    To use the entire flash drive to increase RAM, click “Dedicate this device to ReadyBoost.”


    To use less than the entire flash drive for ReadyBoost, click “Use this device” and move the slider to the amount of space you would like to use.


    Click “OK.”


    Right click the drive letter, and choose properties.


    Look for the ReadyBoost Tab, and select it.


    Look for the option to enable the flash drive as RAM, and allocate the amount of space on the drive you wish to use as RAM. Remember, most systems max out at 4GB RAM. So if you have a drive larger than that, or 2GB RAM already, you need to remember this limitation so as to prevent damage to your system.

    Ashanti Region gears up for 4-day funeral rite of revered queen

    Source: Ghana | | GN

    The final funeral rites of the longest-serving queen of the Ashanti Kingdom, Nana Afia Serwaa Kobi Ampem, has commenced at the Manhyia Palace, Monday.

    The 4-day ceremony which started at midnight on Sunday includes the performance of a number of rituals at the Manhyia Palace, the seat of the Asantehene, before her interment on Thursday.

    The queen’s body is expected to lie in state at the Manhyia Palace until burial on Thursday.

    Today, Monday, January 16, all the Chiefs in the Asante Kingdom will file past the body of the queen to pay their last respect until 11 am.

    After 11 am, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II will file past his mother’s body after which he will receive commiserations from sympathisers.

    On Tuesday and Wednesday, Kings and Chiefs outside the Asante Kingdom are expected to file past the body of the queen.

    The President, Nana Akufo-Addo, the former Presidents, Ministers, Government officials and other dignitaries are also scheduled to file past the queen’s body on Tuesday.

    Dignitaries from Swaziland, Seychelles, Là Cote D’Ivoire, Burkina Faso and other countries are also expected to file past the queen on Wednesday.

    At 11:00 am on Thursday, the queen’s body will be taken to St. Cyprians Anglican Church for a Burial Mass.

    Only accredited person will be allowed in the Church Auditorium.

    A giant screen mounted at Jubilee Park will display events at the church auditorium for the general public.

    After the church ceremony, the queen’s body will be marched through designated streets to Bantama for a wreath-laying ceremony.

    The body will then be taken to Breman for burial.

    Meanwhile, the Manhyia Palace has directed inhabitants of Kumasi and its environs to stay indoors especially on the night of Wednesday and the early hours of Thursday.

    However, a statement signed by the Asantehene’s Chief of Staff, Kofi Badu, utility and essential service providers – the Electricity Company of Ghana, the Ghana Water Company and personnel of the Ghana National Fire Service – are exempt.

    Otumfuo Osei Tutu II’s mother passed away at her palace in November last year.

    She passed away at the age of 111 years.

    Asantehemaa’s Funeral: Essential service providers exempted from ban on movement

    Source: Ghana | | NSA

    The Manhyia Palace has revised a directive on the movement of people on the burial of the Asantehemaa, Nana Serwaa Kobi-Ampem.

    An earlier order which required that residents stay indoors on from 8:00PM on Thursday, January 19 to 4:00AM on Friday, January 20, will not apply to essential service providers.

    A statement released by the Palace said workers of the Electricity of Ghana, the Ghana Water Company Limited as well as officers from the Ghana Fire Service are “…excluded from any restriction of movement and are to be allowed to perform their duties without any hindrance on the night of Thursday, 19th January, 2017.”

    Funeral arrangements for the late queen mother will start on Monday, January 16, 2017, with the laying in state of the body.

    Burial is expected to take place from the night of Wednesday to the early hours of Thursday.

    ​”Pesticide levels in soft drinks too high”            NEW DELHI                        AUGUST 03,2006.                    UPDATED: JANUARY 04, 2017 

    New study indicates pesticides 24 times higher than Bureau of Indian Standards norms

    “The levels in some samples exceeded the BIS standards by 140 times for the deadly pesticide Lindane, a confirmed carcinogen” “Heptachlor, banned in India, was found in 71 per cent of the samples, at levels four times higher than BIS standards” “

    The Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) on Wednesday came out with a new report on the levels of pesticides in soft drinks available in the market.

    The report indicated the presence of an average of three to five different pesticides in all the samples, 24 times higher than the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) norms, which have been finalised but not yet notified.

    The latest CSE study is based on tests conducted on 57 samples of 11 soft drink brands from 25 different manufacturing plants of Coca-Cola and Pepsico, spread over 12 States.

    The levels in some samples for instance, Coca-Cola bought in Kolkata exceeded the BIS standards by 140 times for the deadly pesticide Lindane, a confirmed carcinogen.

    Similarly, a Coca-Cola sample manufactured in Thane contained 200 times more of the neurotoxin, Chlorpyrifos, than the BIS standard, said Sunita Narain of CSE releasing the report here.

    Three years after the centre released its first findings on pesticide residue in soft drinks, the new study shows that nothing much has changed and soft drinks remain unsafe and unhealthy. Even the directions given by the Joint Parliamentary Committee have been disregarded: standards for safety have been finalised but blocked because of opposition by the companies, Ms. Narain alleged.

    In 2003, the average level of pesticide residue in samples from Delhi was 34 times above the same BIS standard, but this time the CSE has found pesticide residue as high as 52 times in bottles brought in Kolkata and 42 times in bottles bought in Nainital and Gorakhpur. Similarly, bottles bought in Mumbai, manufactured in Thane and Nagpur, allegedly had residue 34 times above the BIS standard.

    Heptachlor, banned in India, was allegedly found in 71 per cent of the samples, at levels four times higher than BIS standards.

    The average amount of pesticide residue found in all the samples was 11.85 parts per billion (ppb) or 24 times higher than the BIS standards for total pesticides in soft drinks (0.5 ppb). Pepsi Cola contained 30 times higher residue on an average, while Coca-Cola contained 27 times higher than average.

    Endorsed by JPC

    The current study was conducted by the same Pollution Monitoring Laboratory of CSE that had tested the samples in 2003, and the methodology was endorsed by the JPC despite doubts raised by the cola companies over the veracity of the tests. This time further improvements had been made, and the laboratory now had ISO 9001:2000 quality management system accreditation and it was equipped with state-of-the-art GS-MS equipment, Ms. Narain said.

    In February 2004, confirming the unsafe levels of pesticides in soft drinks, the JPC had directed the Government to set standards for these residues in the products. Since then, BIS has, in its sectional committee, met over 20 times to deliberate on the standards, and in October 2005 the standards were finalised.

    Ms. Narain alleged that the final standards were being opposed by the Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry on the ground that more research needed to be done. In this respect, she quoted a letter written by the Union Health Secretary to his counterpart in the Ministry of Consumer Affairs. The letter was written on March 29, 2006 the day the standards were to be formally finalised. The standards were finalised, but not notified, Ms. Narain said.

    ​update: Akufo-Addo sworn in as president


    Other heads of state will do same.

    The First lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, Second Lady; Samira Bawumia and other dignitaries shake hands with President Akufo-Addo.


    He prays for good health for the president and the very best for Ghana.

    He concluded by reiterating his best wishes to Akufo-Addo. He thanked the people of Ghana for receiving citizens of Cote D’Ivoire during difficult times.

    He appealed to the political leaders as well as the citizenry to support president Akufo-Addo as he takes over as president.

    “Indeed, with democracy there is no peace and without peace there is no sustainable development.”

    He recounted the pleasant relationship they have had, adding that he is pleased with what they have achieved together for the consolidation of peace and security.

    He said the people of ECOWAS will always be indebted to you for the important work he accomplished as chairperson of ECOWAS.

    Preisdent of Cote d’Ivoire delivering his speech

    “Long live Ghana, long live ECOWAS, Long live Africa.”

    On behalf of the authority on heads of states and governments of COWAS we congratulate you, your vice president and the people of Ghana.

    She looks forward to hosting Akufo Addo in may to Liberia in May when the heads of states summit will be held.

    “We applaud your long time working commitment to peace and democracy.”

    Madam Sirleaf says ECOWAS has no doubt that you continue the actions that makes Ghana a peaceful country.

    “We welcome you to ECOWAS and look forward to the contributions you will bring to our discussions

    “Actors may change from time to time, but the spirit of unity and peace of ECOWAS remains alive.”

    “You Ghanaians make us proud,” she said.

    She commended the Electoral Commission and all stakeholders for conducting preaceful, fair and transparent elections.

    Congratulated President Mahama for his show of statesmanship and reminded him that he has a lot more to do even out of power.

    “Thank you for demonstrating to all that indeed there is life after power,” she said.


    President of Liberia and head of ECOWAS, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf delivering a goodwill message on behalf of ECOWAS.


    Speech ends. Akufo-Addo walks back to sit on the presidential throne.

    Thank you all for making me president and may God bless our homeland Ghana and make our nation great and strong.

    Our nation will work when the marginalised and catered for and treated with respect.

    There will be discipline for all and not just some.

    I see exciting times ahead. The rule of all will be apllicable to all and not jsut some.

    I assure you who that i will advance my conviction with civility. I will call for responsiblity. this is my solemn pledge.

    “I ask you to be responsible citizens not spectators,” Akufo-Addo

    It is time to dream again. We must create wealth ad restore happiness to our nation.

    He reiterates that his governement will reduce taxes.

    Ghana is open for business again, he said

    President Akufo-Addo says he will protect the public purse.

    He said public service is just that, service, and not an avenue for making money.


    Akufo-Addo promises not to left the people of Ghana down as he takes over the affairs of the state.

    Akufo-Addo commends ex president Mahama’s show of statesmanship when he conceeded defeat. He wished Mr Mahama and his family well.


    “This is the day the Lord ahs made and we will rejoice in it,” President Akufo-Addo.


    Akufo-Addo delivering his first speech as president.


    The 21 gun salut by the military taking place to welcome the Commander in Chief. This is done by the military as way of showing their allegiance to the new president.


    Akufo-Addo takes the oath of allegiance. He is led by Chief Justice Theodora Wood.


    Dr Bawumia signing the book of oath. The book serves as evidence that he is vice president. The Chief Justice will also sign the book to give validity to the oath.


    Dr Bawumia taking his oath of office. He is led by the Chief Justice.


    Speaker invites Chief Justice Georgina Theodora Wood to administer the oath of office for vice-president-elect Dr Mahamadu Bawumia.


    Speaker of Parliament Prof. Mike Ocquaye is calling Parliament to order after he suspended the House last night. He will announce the dignitaries present and then the real event will begin.


    Akufo-Addo takes his seat right beside the presidential stool. He will seat on the presidential stool after he is sworn in as president.


    President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has arrived with his wife, Rebecca Akufo-Addo

    President of Nigeria Mahamudu Buhari is also at the Square.


    Vice President, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia and his wife, Samira Bawumia have arrived at the Square.


    Newly elected speaker of Parliament Prof. Mike Ocquaye has arrived at the Black Star Square.

    Ex President John Dramani Mahama and his wife, Lordina Mahama as well as ex vice president Kwesi Amissah Arthur and his wife, Matilda Amissah Arthur are all present at the grounds.

    Former presidents Jerry John Rawlings and John Agyekum Kufuor together with their spouses are also seated.

    Hundreds of people are expected at the Black Star Square for the official investiture of Ghana’s President-elect, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo Saturday.

    The event will feature parades and cultural display performed before the crowd that would be made up of some African heads of state and Presidents from some European countries.

    Nana Akufo-Addo will be sworn in by the Chief Justice, Theodora Georgina Wood as required by Ghana’s Constitution.

    President-elects are expected to be sworn in by January 7, a month after the nation’s general elections on December 7.

    So far, 15 heads of state have arrived to grace the occasion, among them are presidents from Benin, Egypt, Ethiopia, Zambia, Liberia, Equitorial Guinea, Togo.

    There will also be representatives from 13 states across the world in the country to witness Akufo-Addo’s investiture.

    President of Cote d’Ivoire, Alassane Ouatara, who is a special guest to the ceremony arrived about 30 minutes ago.

    The Inauguration Day schedule is below:


    Brigadier General Emmanuel Okyere is a military engineer and holds an Executive 
    Master’s Degree in Governance and Leadership from GIMPA. He’s also a graduate of the 
    Ghana Military Academy, has a solid military background, having done almost 40 years 
    of distinguished service with the colours. 
    He served in various capacities in both the military and local government. He served as 
    the Metropolitan Chief Executive of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly from 1995 to 
    1996; and from 2006 to 2010, he was the General Officer Commanding the Southern 
    Joshua Kyeremeh is a product of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and 
    Technology, and a former Director of the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI). He 
    worked at the BNI for about 22 years, where he served at command levels in the 
    Northern, Upper East, Ashanti and Greater Accra Regions. He also served as head of the 
    Investigations Unchild

     the Bureau. He rose to become the Deputy Director BNI and 

    ultimately, the Director BNI from 2005 to 2009.
    Akosua Frema Opare, 69, is a development consultant and a 
    labour and employment expert, with 40 years of 
    experience in these fields. She holds a Bachelor of Science 
    degree in Home Science from the University of Ghana, and 
    a Master’s degree in Foods, from the University of Guelph, 
    Canada. She was a lecturer at the University of Ghana, 
    Legon, from 1976-1982; Consultant for the United Nations 
    in the ‘Women in Fisheries’ programme in countries such as 
    Uganda, Ethiopia, Congo, Kenya and Namibia. She was also 
    Deputy Minister for Manpower, Youth and Employment
    from 2005 to 2008, under the government of President 
    John Agyekum Kufuor. She was a two-term Member of Parliament for Ayawaso West Wuogon.

    She is married with 4 children.

    Nana Bediatuo Asante is a 53 year old lawyer with over 20 
    years experience practicing law. He was educated in Ghana,
    the United Kingdom and the United States, where he 
    obtained a Doctor of Law degree from the New York 
    University of Law. He was called to the bar in New York, 
    Ghana and is a member of both bars. 
    He is currently the Managing Partner at Ampem Chambers, a 
    corporate law firm in Ghana. 

    He is married with four children. 
    Victor Newman is 69 years old. He is an economist, consultant, 
    financial and research analyst. He holds a Bachelor of Science 
    degree in Agric Economics, with postgraduate qualifications in 
    development planning and budget and financial management. He 
    has worked at the Economic Research and Planning Services of the 
    Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Western Castings Limited, and 
    the Ghanaexim Economic Consultants. From 2008 till 2016, he has 
    served as the Director of Research for the President-Elect’s
    electioneering campaign 
    He is married with four children.
    Francis Asenso-Boakye is 39 years old, and holds a B.Sc. 
    degree in Development Planning from the Kwame 
    Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. He has a 
    Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Administration 
    degree from the Michigan State University, and a 
    Certificate in Public Sector Management from Tulane 
    University, Louisiana, USA.
    He is a development planning, project management, and 
    policy specialist, with over 15 years of wide-ranging 
    professional experience in his field, and has worked at 
    the Ministry of Employment and Social Welfare, Global 
    Media Alliance, Delta Acquisitions, USA, and the Ghana 
    Free Zones Board, amongst others. Francis AsensoBoakye has been Political Assistant to the President-Elect since 2008. 

    He is married with 3 children.
    Samuel Abu Jinapor is 33 years old. He first graduated from 
    the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology 
    with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics. He earned a 
    Bachelor’s of Law from the Faculty of Law, University of 
    Ghana, in 2010, and was subsequently called to the Ghanaian
    Bar as a Solicitor and Barrister of the Supreme Court of Ghana 
    in 2012. In addition, Mr. Jinapor is expected to earn a 
    Master’s Degree in Law (LLM) in Alternative Dispute 
    Resolution (ADR) from the Faculty of Law, University Of 
    Ghana, in May, 2017.
    He is a member of the reputable commercial and corporate 
    law firm, Messrs. Kulendi @ Law. He has been, since, his 
    undergraduate days, a close aide of the President-Elchild

    He is married with one child

    Hassan Ahmed is 62 years old. He holds a Master’s Degree 
    from the Georgetown School of Foreign Service, and has 
    been a career diplomat with Ghana’s Diplomatic Service for 
    34 years, having served in Saudi Arabia, Denmark, Cuba and 
    Japan, where he was Deputy Chief of Mission. He was Chief 
    of Protocol at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs when the 
    President-Elect was Foreign Minister. His last posting was to 
    the Islamic Republic of Iran, where he served as Ghana’s 
    Ambassador from 2008 to 2012. 
    In 2013, he took an appointment with the United Nations as 
    the Head of Office for the United Nations-African Union 
    Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID), Khartoum, Sudan, a 
    position he still holds. 

    He is married with four children.
    Eugene Arhin is 33 years old. He graduated from the Kwame 
    Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in 2006 with a 
    Bachelor of Science degree in Materials Engineering. He 
    worked as a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Materials 
    Engineering for a year, and joined the Danquah Institute as a 
    Research Analyst in 2008. He was with the Institute until
    February 2014 when he became Press Secretary to the
    President Elect.He is married with one child.
    Lord Oblitey Commey, 48, is an accomplished entrepreneur and 
    an astute politician known for his tactical, operational and 
    organisational acumen. He was National Organiser of the New 
    Patriotic Party (NPP) for eight years. Prior to that, he served as 
    the Greater Accra Regional Secretary for the party. 
    In 2012, he was Director of Operations for the NPP presidential 
    campaign, and, in 2016, he worked in the office of the 
    President-Elect as the officer responsible for Monitoring and 

    He is married and has three children.
    Saratu Atta is 53 years old. She is a graduate of the University 
    of Warwick, UK, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics 
    and International Studies. She worked as a Securities Trader at 
    First Securities Discount House in Lagos, Nigeria from 1993 –
    1997, and then went on to establish her own security printing 
    company in Lagos. She was appointed NPP Campaign Secretary 
    in 2008, and has been Office Manager and Executive Assistant
    to the President-Elect since 2009.She has one child
    Clara Napaga Tia Sulemana is 30 years old. She is a 
    graduate of the University for Development Studies, and 
    holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Integrated 
    Development studies, specialising in social, political and 
    historical studies. She worked at the Ministry of Foreign 
    Affairs for a year, and has also worked on contract with 
    the Ghana Health service and the United Nations 
    Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on maternal health issues.Shewas a campaign aide to the President-Elect during the 
    2016 electioneering campaign.


      Buffalos kill 7 people every year.

      Lions kill 500 people every year.

      Hippos kill 800 people every year.

      Spiders kill 5000 people every year.

      Scorpions kill 7000 people every year.

      Snakes kill 10000 people every year.
      *And then, surprisingly,*

      *Mosquitoes kill 2.7 million people every year. Yes, the smallest are the deadliest!*
      *Small ‘sins’, hardly noticed by many, are the most deadly to your spiritual life.*
      Avoid *excuses* for not praying and allotting few moments of your day to your Creator.
      *Sins of omission* are just as deadly as sins of commission.
      *Gossiping and small lies*, are committed more frequently and are deadly.
      Mind those *little compromises* that you do daily. They are the ones that will bring your downfall.
      *Successful people have two things on their lips, “Smile and silence”.*
      Smile can solve problems, while

      Silence can avoid problems.
      *Sugar and salt may be mixed together*

      *but ants reject the salt and carry away only the sugar.*
      Select the right people in life and make your life better and sweeter.
      *If you failed to achieve your dreams, change your ways not your Creator.*
      Remember, trees change their leaves, not their roots.
      *You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones at every dog that barks at you.*
      Haters will see you walking on water and say it’s because you can’t swim.
      Even if you dance on water, Your enemies will accuse you of raising dust.
      *Make it your ambition to lead a quiet life, to mind your own business and to work with your own hands.*
      Remember Don’t ever wrestle with a pig. You’ll both get dirty, but the pig will enjoy it.
      *BE WISE!*

      * If u must miss any place, dn’t miss HEAVEN. 

      * If u must miss any appointment, plz dn’t miss THE RAPTURE. 

      * If u must miss any meal, plz dn’t miss THE MARRIAGE SUPPER OF THE LAMB. 

      *The end is no more NEAR, It’s HERE.*
      This personal evangelism, pls send this to all those u’ll like to see in heaven.

      HURRAY: Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Pappy Kojo & Stonebwoy Listed In YouTube Rewind’s Top Trending Music Videos 2016 (Ghana) – Managed By MiPROMO Media Network

      It’s that time of the year to pause, rewind and remember the videos that defined YouTube in 2016.

      YouTube Ghana released its year end feature, “YouTube Rewind”, for 2016. The rankings were split into two categories: “Top Trending Music Videos of 2016 and Top Trending Videos of 2016”.

      Four of MiPROMO Media Network managed channels namely Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy and Pappy Kojo channels dominated the list – providing eight music videos in all.

      The rankings were not only based on the number of views, but also how much it was shared, the number of comments, the video’s value, number of follow up videos derived from the original video and engagement time.

      The Top Trending Music Videos ranking was topped by Shatta Wale’s ‘Baby (Chop Kiss) in the number 1 spot, his ‘Kakai video drops in at the fourth spot too.

      Shatta Wale

      Coming in the fifth position is the controversial Adidas ‘Bie Gya’ video, followed by the Sarkodie’s ‘Take It Back’ music video in the sixth position.


      The BHIM Nation general, Stonebwoy took the seventh and eighth spot with his ‘Mightylele’ and ‘People Dey’ music videos.


      Sarkodie’s ‘Bossy’ music video found its way to the ninth spot. Award winning fante rapper Pappy Kojo came in the tenth position with hiphop music video – Awo’a.

      Pappy Kojo

      Check out the top 10 of both rankings below!

      Top Trending Music Videos of 2016

      1. Shatta Wale – Baby (Chop Kiss) [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
      2. Patoranking – No Kissing Baby ft. Sarkodie
      3. Rihanna – Work (Explicit) ft. Drake
      4. Shatta Wale – Kakai [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
      5. Shatta Wale – Bie Gya [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
      6. Sarkodie – Take It Back [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
      7. Stonebwoy – Mightylele [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
      8. Stonebwoy – People Dey [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
      9. Sarkodie – Bossy ft. Jayso [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
      10. Pappy Kojo – Awo’a

      Every year, YouTube cultivates an annual mashup of the most popular memes, songs, videos and events, depending on what has topped the trending list that year.

      Top Trending Music Videos of 2016 –


      MiPROMO Limited is a neo media company specialising in YouTube monetisation & Channel management, Web Publishing, Social Media Marketing, Digital Music & Video Distribution, Online Advertising, Branding & Image Development, Celeb Photography, Web Traffic Generation and Event Marketing & Management.

      MiPROMO Limited is also the content manager for the popular channel with over 93,000 YouTube subscribers.

      MiPROMO Limited monetises the YouTube channels for musicians such as Joey BShatta Wale, Pappy Kojo, Gifty Osei, Kwabena Kwabena, SP Kofi Sarpong, Guru, Article Wan Samini, Criss Waddle, Article Wan, Nero X, Joyce Blessing and others