Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Friday, August 31, 2018

New Release: Nana Akua - Nyame NI
New Release: Nana Akua - Nyame NI

Nana Akua a promising Gospel artiste is here with her brand new Gospel song titled "Nyame Ni".
NYAME NTI which literally means "This is God" elucidates how with God things are easily done.
This will surely transform your life when listened to because She portrayed how God is Wonderful.
Will Advice you to play and listen every morning to give praise and honour to the creator.
Written by: Komfa Ishmael Ofori
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Thursday, August 30, 2018

Patapaa Swears Heaven And Earth Never To Diss Any Artist Again (www.nyanibaonline.com)

Hiplife star Patapaa has vowed never to beef any Ghanaian artiste again until he departs this life.

The ‘One Corner’ hitmaker believes having a feud with a colleague musician in Ghana is not the best since the action retards the growth of the country’s music. Speaking on Celebrity Ride with Zionfelix show, Justice Amoah as he is known privately noted that his diss song to Lynx Entertainment signee, Kuami Eugene was a mistake.

According to him, he acted on his impulse but later realised that he goofed. Patapaa told Zionfelix, host of the program that many Ghanaian musicians are trying their very best to push the country’s songs to the outside world so it will be wrong for him to fight others and retard the process instead of supporting the course.

Patapaa promised that “it will never happen again. I’ll not record a song to insult any artiste again.”. When asked “no matter how they destroy you?”, he replied, “no, I’ve stopped”.
Patapaa recently released a diss song to attack Kuami Eugene following the singer’s comment on TV that he, Patapaa does not record good songs.

Source: Nyaniba Tv News
Reporter : Daniel Gharttey-Joe
A 27years old man allegedly sleep with grandmother for rituals (WWW.NYANIBAONLINE.COM)
Akwesi Eshun, a 27-year-old man from Tarkwa in the Western Region, has sodomised his 70-year-old grandmother.
Details available to Nyankonton Mu Nsem have it that, the 27-year-old man has been abusing his grandmother called Afia Donkor for ritual purposes. According to the old grandmother, Akwesi Eshun, has been making love to her from her back and threatened her with murder if she breaks silence in the first attempt.

Akwesi Eshun, in another attempt to have sex with the grandmother through the anal region on the third occasion, told her a ritualist prophesied he was going to be poor in the nearby future and wants him to acquire wealth by turning around such curse that’s why he’s repeating the unlawful act again.
He promised Afia Donkor that she would be receiving a compensation fee from him after the process has become successful.

Moreover this young man in his third attempt took away an amount of hundred cedis and cellphone of Afia Donkor known to be his grandmother but unfortunately for Akwesi Eshun, the abused lady broke silence to the residents around but fled when an attempt was made to arrest him.

He fled the community for a number of days and only came home late at night to eat from cooked food left overs on Thursday, till he got caught finally by the people who spotted and presented him to the the Tarkwa Police Station. He is currently in custody and will soon be arraigned before the Magistrate Court of Tarkwa.
 
Source Nyaniba Tv News
Reporter- Daniel Gharttey-Joe

Saturday, August 18, 2018

Kofi Annan, Former UN Secretary General Is Dead (WWW.NYANIBAONLINE.COM)
Kofi Annan, a former United Nations Secretary-General has died.

He was 80 years old.Nyaniba Tv  understands that the global statesman died at a hospital in Switzerland,  early Saturday morning after a short illness.

According to a statement copied Peacefmonline from the Kofi Annan Foundation, "his wife, Nane and their children Ama, Kojo and Nina were by his side during his last days."

The statement further adds that "the family requests privacy at this time of mourning. Arrangements to celebrate his remarkable life will be announced later."It however, stopped short of indicating whatever ailment the noble statesman was afflicted with.

May he rest in Perfect Peace.

Biography

Kofi Atta Annan was born in Kumasi on April 8, 1938.

After receiving his early education, Annan attended the College of Science and Technology in Kumasi.

At the age of 20, he won a Ford Foundation scholarship for undergraduate studies at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he studied economics.

Even then he was showing signs of becoming a diplomat, or someone skilled in international relations. Annan received his bachelor's degree in economics in 1961.

Shortly after completing his studies at Macalester College, Annan headed for Geneva, Switzerland, where he attended graduate classes in economics at the Institut Universitaire des Hautes Etudes Internationales.

Early career

Following his graduate studies in Geneva, Annan joined the staff of the World Health Organization (WHO), a branch of the United Nations.

He served as an administrative officer and as budget officer in Geneva.

Later UN posts took him to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and New York City, New York.

Annan always assumed that he would return to his native land after college, although he was disturbed by the unrest and numerous changes of government that occurred there during the 1970s.

Annan became the Alfred P. Sloan fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. At the end of his fellowship in 1972, he was awarded a master of science degree in management. Rather than return to Ghana upon graduation, he accepted a position at the UN headquarters in New York City.

Work with the UN

In 1974 he moved to Cairo, Egypt, as chief civilian personnel officer in the UN Emergency Force. Annan briefly changed careers in 1974 when he left the United Nations to serve as managing director of the Ghana Tourist Development Company.

Annan returned to international diplomacy and the United Nations in 1976.

For the next seven years, he was associated with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva. He returned to the UN headquarters in New York City in 1983 as director of the budget in the financial services office.

Later in the 1980s, he filled the post of assistant secretary-general in the Office of Human Resources Management and served as security coordinator for the United Nations. In 1990, he became assistant secretary-general for another department at the United Nations, the Office of Program Planning, Budget, and Finance.

In fulfilling his duties to the United Nations, Annan has spent most of his adult life in the United States, specifically at the UN headquarters in New York City.

Annan had by this time filled a number of roles at the United Nations, ranging from peacekeeping to managerial, and the 1990s were no different. In 1990 he negotiated the release of hostages in Iraq following the invasion of Kuwait. Five years later, he oversaw the transition of the United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) to the multinational Implementation Force (IFOR), a UN peacekeeping organization. In this transfer of responsibility, operations in the former Yugoslavia were turned over to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

In recognition of his abilities, Annan was appointed secretary-general, the top post of the UN, by the UN General Assembly in December 1996.

He began serving his four-year term of office on January 1, 1997. Joining him was his second wife, former lawyer Nane Lagergren of Sweden.

She is the niece of the diplomat Raoul Wallenberg (1912–c.1947), who saved thousands of European Jews from the German Nazis during World War II (1939–45), when American-led forces fought against Germany, Italy, and Japan. Annan and Lagergren were married in 1985.

The couple has one child.

Annan's code of soft-spoken diplomacy was given a boost by the outcome of his talks with Saddam Hussein in 1998. UN observers wait to see how additional crises will be handled by the gentle but determined man from Ghana.

In the summer of 2001, the United Nations unanimously appointed Kofi Annan to his second five-year term as secretary-general. On October 12, 2001, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded jointly to the United Nations and Kofi Annan. The Nobel citation pointed out that Annan had brought new life to the peacekeeping organization, highlighted the United Nations's fight for civil rights, and boldly taken on the new challenges of terrorism and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS; a disease of the immune system).

Source: Nyaniba Tv News