Entertainment in Ghana has become a very lucrative business - more lucrative than it has ever been. YEN.com.gh can report that our movie stars, musicians and media personalities are among the richest people in the country today.
Some popular Ghanaian celebrities failed exams while they were in school. Others simply did get quality formal education or any education at all. But many of them have defied the odds to succeed in life and achieve greatness.
Rapper-turned-pastor, Lord Kenya, has said that he knows more than five musicians in the country who are successful because they have sold their souls to the devil. Lord Kenya was quoted by ultimatefmonline.com as saying that when
Kwaku Manu's hard work as an actor and comedian has really paid off. He has become one of the richest entertainers in the country. He is a beneficiary of a thriving Kumawood industry that is more empowered financially than ever.
Many Ghanaians have for years been fascinated and mystified by Freemasons and Freemasonry which they presume is some ultra-secret cult that is doing some bad, bad things around the world.
We live in country where women do not feel free to express their feelings to men that they like. Our society deems women who express love to men as cheap and unworthy, so Ghanaian women have learnt to bottle up their feelings for