Europe based Ghanaian rapper Soulja Kellyhas revealed on Brazil based radio station (Gam Radio Africa) during an interview with sunset drive host ‘Shelta” that his fans should expect an EP this year hopefully.
He also spoke about what inspired him to do music, his education, family life people he grew up with and also how migrating to Ukraine has made more positive impact on his music career.
He also made a shocking revelation that where he’s coming from, you’re made to believe Sarkodie is the biggest artiste, but he doesn’t believe he’s bigger than him, that he knows his worth. When he was been ask whether is believe Sarkodie is the biggest artist in Ghana by the host.
As with any of the true pleasures in life, however, moderation is key. If you’re masturbating to an excessive degree, you could run the risk of not only interfering with your daily routine but your overall perception of life and fulfillment, too. It all depends on your approach — and how likelihood you are to become obsessive about it.
“People can have a negative relationship with masturbation, particularly if it means you are neglecting other areas of your life. If you masturbate in the morning and it makes you late for work, or if other relationships in your life feel neglected, that can be a challenge,” explains sex expert, oral sex instructor and manager of operations and outreach at Self Serve Toys, Hunter Riley. “Masturbation and sex are two different practices, and so are porn and ‘real life’ sex. Porn is not a representation of how most people have sex in real life, so as long as you keep realistic expectations about what you see in porn vs. what you expect from partners in real life, there shouldn’t be much of an impact to your sex life.”
To be clear, masturbation is healthy. The only issue is when it disrupts your lifestyle, your emotions, your relationship and your overall happiness. Here, a guide to the possible negative side effects of masturbation, and what to do if you find yourself in this situation:
1. How Masturbation Can Affect Your Physical Health
While your perception of masturbation might be the feel-good vibes it releases once you reach orgasm, Riley says there are plenty of other positive side effects of spending some time below your belt. “Masturbation has lots of positive health benefits including stress relief, help to get to sleep, reduced tension, boosted immunity and more,” she says.
But if you’re masturbating so fiercely and intensely, perhaps as a way to avoid other issues in your life that you don’t want to deal with or accept, you might cause some damage to your penis and testicles. Coleen Singer, sexpert at Sssh.com, says if you’re compulsive with your habits, you might experience rashes, redness and irritation to your genitals. This can be extremely painful, especially if you can’t keep yourself from masturbating, even when you’re raw or frankly, not in the mood. Though the obsessive-compulsive-must-touch-myself mentality is much more emotionally charged than physically inspired, the aftermath on your private areas could be extensive. That’s why seeking the advice of a therapist is recommended, and if you notice any irritation, begin using a lubricant to ward off the symptoms while you recover.
2. How Masturbation Can Affect Your Psychological Health
You might take the time to study and pay close attention to the reactions of your partner as you navigate different erogenous zones of her body, but how much TLC do you give yourself? When used as a method of determining new ways to please yourself that can be translated into your sexual experiences with a partner, masturbation can actually build your self-esteem. “Masturbation can increase self-confidence because you don’t have to rely on another person for sexual release and satisfaction. If you know how to please yourself, it can be easier to help a partner learn how to please you, which is a win for everyone,” Riley explains
But, if you have leftover guilty feelings from your childhood where your sexuality as suppressed, or if you feel dependent on your habits, you might find yourself struggling in the opposite direction. You might even rely so heavily on jerking yourself off, that you neglect to seek emotional assistance when you need it, or find other ways to manage your moods. “Since masturbation does improve mood and create a sensation of happiness, some people could begin to use masturbation too frequently and it could become an unhealthy stress reliever,” Geter says.
Nigerian music executive Paul O called Burna Boy and Davido, and Wizkid – who was present – to order in an Instagram post after the incident.
He called them his sons and described them as ‘afrobeats heroes’, adding that they should use their ‘super powers’ to ‘unlock greatness, set an example and lead the way’.
He wrote: “Dear Sons, African Giant, Baddest OBO, and biggest Star Boy. I love you guys, You all have made monumental strides to advance African culture around the world. Your music has helped to change the face of Afrobeats and turned it into one of the most popular music genres today. You all have worked so so so hard to achieve this status and we are proud of what you have contributed to music, as talented musicians, and most importantly as African men.
This year has taught us all valuable lessons about life, love, friendship, work and passion. Let’s not forget the reason we all started.
A rector called John Adekolawole at the Federal Polytechnic Ede in Osun State, Nigeria has been suspended following a discovery that a king-size bed was mounted in his office that enables him to sleep at work.
Speaking at an emergency congress of the union, Adekunle Masopa, chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) in the institution, said the board based its decision on 21 grounds.
According to TheCable, he said, “The following are some of the reasons adduced for the action: one, flagrant dereliction of duty by absconding from office for about a month.
Two, the desecration of the highly respected office of the rector with the creation of a bedroom furnished with a king-size bed which has made it possible for him to be sleeping at work.”
“Improper improvisation of a dual award programme of National Diploma plus NCE (Nigeria Certificate in Education) programme in collaboration with a consultant.”
The president of the Nation Union of Ghana students (NUGS) Kharkov Amos Ankomah popularly known as Karles Kobby has been honored with an award by International Christian Medical Association (ICMA) Kharkov, Ukraine at their 2020 handing over ceremony.
It was a grate feeling to get such an amazing honor he quickly posted on his Instagram story with a caption of gratitude.
“I REALLY APPRECIATE THESE AWARD AND GIFT, GOD BLASS THE OUTGONE PRESIDENT, DR. PHILIP SEDEM DANQUAH @DRSEDEM AND HIS EXECUTIVES. LONG LIVE ICMA KHARKIV @ICMA_KHARKIV AND MOE GRACE TO THE NEW EXECUTIVES, YOU CAN DO IT! “
Brief history of ICMA
The beginnings of ICMA Ukraine began in 2010 when foreign med students attended the annual meeting of the Young Christian Medical Association of Ukraine. Inspired by this meeting William Lamptey (Ternopil State Medical Institute) approached Rostyslav Semikov (Christian Medical Association, Ukraine) and Jim Peipon (Ukraine Medical Outreach) for support to hold a conference but in English. Upon return to Ternopil William discussed the idea with fellow medical students Gift Elenga and Funom Makama. They in turn recruited James Okafor (Sumy State Medical Instiute), Leslie Ako (Poltava State Medical Institute), Joseph Ansong (Chernivtsi State Medical Institute), Daniel Bassana (Ivano-Frankivsk State Medical Institute), and Kingsley Emesiobi (Lugansk State Medical Institute) to form a leadership council to promote Christian fellowship, particularly among foreign students attending each of their institutes. The International Christian Medical Association of Ukraine was born. The contribution these young men made to the birth of ICMAU cannot be underestimated The leadership council decided to convene a conference inviting students both foreign and national from all over Ukraine to participate. The first meeting was held in Kharkov with approximately 100 students attending. This was a great encouragement to the leadership council. It was decided to hold the next conference in 2011 in Ternopil. The council asked Ukraine Medical Outreach (Jim Peipon), the Christian Medical Association of Ukraine (Rostyslav Semikov) and Christian Missionary Fellowship (June Johnson) to act as senior advisors.
Eugene “LeGrande” Akatsa is a born again Christian, serving as a music minister at the Purpose Centre Church under Rev. Julian Kyula in Nairobi Kenya. He is a techpreneur working as the Founder and MD to Akili Mambo which is a Kenyan born corporate development firm that specializes in performance and talent management through bespoke e-learning solutions. Akili Mambo is an innovation based company that has created a niche in making learning available, accessible, affordable to all through cloud solutions and mobile apps. Their mantra being – empowerment with convenience. As a songwriter and producer, he is also stands as the Founder and Music Director at Worship Factory – a gospel musical entity whose vision is to stir a culture of excellence in worship through live music. Their works are widespread as they have released a number of songs; Ushindi, Under My Feet, In His Holy Place, Atawale and shared stages with several international acts like Sinach, Freke Umoh, Mary Mary, Don Moen, Todd Dulaney, Travis Greene and also served as the resident band at the Groove Awards in Kenya for about 4 years. They are also the official band for Mercy Masika, Joyce Omondi, Sheila Juma among other diverse artists. He was also Music Director at Safaricom’s Twaweza Live tour in 2018. Locally, he has been blessed to have been in the musical journey of music ministers as well as directing music at their events; Rose Ohon, Evelyne Wanjiru, Alice Kimanzi, Bethuel Lasoi, Eunice Njeri, Pitson, Njoki Munyi, Jackline Gachiri among many others. Eugene is also one of the Founders and Operations Director at Piano City – a musicians empowerment community that seeks to inspire musicians to achieve their greatest potential. Piano City is actively engaged to their cause by hosting bi-monthly workshops and seminars. Currently Piano City is present in Nairobi, Kisumu, Mombasa, Nakuru, Meru, Kilifi, Kaimosi, Eldoret. Affecting all major African cities is part of their 5 year strategic plan. End of 2017, Eugene was awarded with the Best Instrumentalist of the year 2017/18 at the Cafe Ngoma Awards. He is passionate about people and believes in his purpose which revolves around empowering others to achieve their greatest potential through enablement in his areas of gifting. You can find and follow Eugene on social media under the name Eugene LeGrande.
Mr. John Kofi Mensah is a young energetic Ghanaian who is currently battling with an eye tumor.
Mr. John has been admitted at Korle-Bu teaching hospital for an urgent surgery which requires an amount of seven thousand five hundred cedis (7,500ghc). Therefore family is calling on the general public to assist them financially with any amount to save his life.
Kindly contact Ms Gilbertha Semanu Baku on the contact below to donate and help save a life.
Sad news breaking hearts on social media has it that Global Boga, a Ghanaian TikTok star based in the U.K has lost his wife and son. Global Boga, real name Jeffery Frimpong, is also a musician who has won followers with his then-pregnant lover, who do share countless couple goals TikTok videos of themselves dancing together, even when his lover, Nicole Thea, was heavily pregnant.
On Tuesday 30th June 2020, The Church of Pentecost – Ukraine made donations of various items to the Kyiv Regional Emergency Hospital to help in the fight against the Corona Virus Pandemic. The items included 1500 pieces of Applicators test tubes, 1500 pieces of Eppendorf PCR Tubes, 1000 pieces of Face – Mask, 200 pieces of Protective clothing (overall) and bundles of Tissues and Toilet Rolls
In presenting the item, the National Head of the Church, Pastor Abraham Arthur thanked the Director and Staff at the hospital for the good work they are doing in the City of Kyiv especially in recent times and assured them of the Church’s continued prayer support and partnership in the fight against the Covid – 19 Pandemic. Pastor Arthur further prayed for God’s divine intervention to bring an end to the pandemic. He also prayed for the Hospital Staff and all health professionals and key workers across the globe. He prayed that God will heal those who have been affected by the virus and bring comfort to them and their families.
The Director of the Hospital, Dr Tkochenko Alexander Anatolyevich who received the items on behalf of the Hospital thanked the Church for their generosity.
Present were The Deputy Director of the Hospital, Beregovy Oleksandr Vasilovich, some National Executive members of COP – Ukraine: Elder Ernest Nartey, Elder Dr Frank Odianosen Edogun, Elder Dr David Cammy and some Deaconesses, Deaconess Bridgette Offasi and Deaconess Wagatta Abraham.