- Ayisha Yakubu, who works with TV3 under Media General Ltd, has named her top male musicians in Ghana
- The beautiful media personality also included Becca and Efya as her favourite female artistes
- Ayisha made a number of interesting revelations during a one-on-one online interview with YEN.com.gh
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Renowned female Ghanaian media personality, Ayisha Yakubu, who works as a TV presenter and news anchor at Media General Limited has listed her top male Ghanaian musicians.
Ayisha made the profound revelation among many others to YEN.com.gh during a recent one-on-one question-and-answer session on Twitter.
Without indicating if it was in any particular order, the TV3 news presenter indicated that Kojo Antwi, Samini, King Promise, Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, and Sarkodie were her favourite male artistes in Ghana.
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In the list, Ayisha Yakubu also included two female artistes from Ghana, namely Becca and Afya, whose music she loved and admired so much.
During the online chat, Ayisha also responded to other interesting questions, including how much her religion means her, the kind of man she prefers, and her views on destiny and fate.
A point worth noting was when Ayisha said she would never change her religion because of love.
The full conversation with Ayisha, which contains a number of interesting revelations, can be found with the hashtag #YENWITHAYISHA.
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Meanwhile, it was also reported that popular Ghanaian actor, John Dumelo, who is the parliamentary candidate for Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency, was spotted at night at a polling station in his area.
The photo has become one of the top trends on the Ghanaian section of Twitter, in that, it portrayed the Ghanaian actor's passion for the parliamentary seat.
According to a report by Classfmonline, the parliamentary candidate arrived at the polling station at 10:35 pm and was the first to get there.
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