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KNUST Graduate, Gyakie Nominated For Ghana Music Awards 2021 – Check Out For The Nominees For The 2021 GMA

KNUST Graduate, Gyakie Nominated For Ghana Music Awards 2021 - Check Out For The Nominees For The 2021 GMA

Best Gospel Song Of The Year

Blessed – Akesse Brempong ft Joe Mettle

Flavour everywhere – Celestine ft Blessing Wanjiru

Adom – Diana Hamilton

Jesus Over Do – Empress Gifty

Yesu mo – Joe Mettle

Jesus – MOG music

Jejeli – Kobby Psalm ft Okey Sokay

Who say God no dey – Kofi Kakari 

Best HighLife Song Of The Year

Posti me – Akwaboah

Play boy – Dada Hafco ft Akwaboah

Enjoyment – Kidi

Behind the scenes – Kofi Kinaata

Open gate – Kuami Eugene

Asa bone – Lord Paper ft Bosom P Young

Later – Mr Drew ft kelvyn boy

Party – Sista Afia ft Fameye

 

Best HipLife Song Of The Year

Thank God – Dope Nation ft Kofi Kinaata

Enough is Enough – Eno Barony ft Wendy Shay

Long life – Fameye ft Kwesi Arthur

No Dulling – Keche ft Kuami Eugene

 

 

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Dwe Remix – Krymi X Mr Drew ft All Stars

Pilolo – Strongman ft Kelvyn boy

Happy day – Sarkodie ft Kuami Eugene

Ghetto boy – Tulenkey ft Kelvyn boy & Medikal

 

Best Hip-Hop Song Of The Year

Ataa dwoa – Bosom P young

Otan Hunu – Deed people ft Rich Kent

Akobam – Joey B ft Kofi Mole & Medikal

Ekorso – Kofi Jamar ft Yaw Tog & Y Pee

Money – Kweku Flick

Live from 233 – Kwesi Arthur

Sore – Yaw Tog ft O’ Kenneth, City Boy, Reggie & Jay Bhad

Force Dem to play nonsense – Eno Barony ft Sister Derby & Strongman

 

Best Reggae Dancehall Song Of The Year

Why – Adina

Sheriff – Mzvee

Forever – Samini

Lonely – Jah Lead

Killy Killy Remix – Larusso ft Stonebwoy & Kwesi Arthur

Make up – Kapun ft Stonebwoy

Gye diee – Ras Kuuku ft MOG music

Mi dey up Remix – Kofi Jamar ft Stonebwoy

 

 

 

Best AfroBeats/ AfroPop Song Of The Year

Take care of you – Adina ft Stonebwoy

Inna song – Darkovibes ft King Promise

Forever – Gyakie

Maria – Camidoh

Emergency – Wendy Shay ft Bosom P young

Sisa – King Promise

Turn on the lights – Kwesi Arthur

MoMo – Kelvyn boy ft Muggez & Darkovibes

Say cheese – Kidi

 

VGMA Unsung Act

Oseikrom Sikanii

Nanky

Kwame Yogot

Malcolm Nuna

Adelaide The Seer

Kobby Tuesday

Naana Blu

Queen Dalyn

 

Best Video Of The Year

Why – Adina

Fancy – Amarae

Adom – Dina Antwi Hamilton

Cold – Joey B

Open gate – Kuami Eugene

On the street – Kweku Smoke

Let me know – Mr Drew

Baddest boss – MzVee

Kpa – Okyeame Kwame

Thomas Pompoyeyaw remix – Pappy Kojo

 

Instrumentalist Of The Year

Joshua Moszi

Nana Yaw Sarfo

Prince Sennah

Emmanuel Bludo

Enoch Owuraku Kissi

 

Songwriter Of The Year

Diana Antwi Hamilton – Adom

Kofi Kinaata – Behind the scenes

 

Adina – Hyedin

Joe Mettle – Yesu mo

Abiana – Adun lei

Epixode – Too much

 

Record Of The Year

Be your own beautiful – Adomaa

Daddy’s Little girl – Adina

Fancy – Amarae

Die 4 u – Cina Soul

Too much – Epixode

Diplomatic teef – Trigmatic

Commot – Worlasi

Mmusuo – Yaa Yaa

 

Male Vocalist Of The Year

Kidi – One man

Joe Mettle – Yesu mogya

Akwaboah – Posti me

MOG music – Oguamma

Kyei Mensah – Take it all

Kingsley Amporful – God

 

Female Vocalist Of The Year

Abiana – Adun lei

Adina – Hear me

Yaa Yaa – Mmusuo

Cina Soul – Die 4 u

Efe Grace – Lord have your way

Enuonyam – Fill me

 

Best Group Of The Year

Bethel Revial Choir

Dope Nation

Keche

Deed Peepol

 

Best Collaboration Of The Year

Take care of you – Adina ft Stonebwoy

Inna song – Darkovibes ft King Promise

No Dulling – Keche ft Kuami Eugene

One man – Kidi ft Adina

Ekorso – Kofi Jamar ft Yaw Tog & Y Pee

La Hustle remix – Medikal ft Criss Waddle & Joey B

Happy day – Sarkodie ft Kuami Eugene

Sore – Yaw Tog ft Rich O’Kenneth, City Boy, Reggie & Jay Bhad

 

Best African Artiste Of The Year

Burna Boy

Davido

Wizkid

Master KG

Fire Boy DML

Omah Lay

 

Best International Collaboration Of The Year

Favour everywhere – Celestine Donkor ft Blessing Wanjiru

The one – Efya ft Tiwa Savage

Something nice – Kofi Kinaata ft Patoranking

Show body – Kuami Eugene ft Falz

Baajo – Kwesi Arthur ft Joeboy

CEO flow – Sarkodie ft E 40

Paper – Sista Afia ft Victor AD

Thomas Pompoyeyaw – Pappy Kojo ft Busiswa

 

EP Of The Year

Blue – Kidi

Seed – Gyakie

Different – Guilty Beats

Mood swings – Edem

Sorry for the wait, this is not for the wait – Kwesi Arthur

The Truth – Kofi Jamar

 

Producer of the Year

Chris Rich Beats

Yung Demz

Street Beatz

Richie Mensah

MOG Beatz

Willis Beatz

 

Best Rap Performance

Amerado – Best Rapper

Eno Barony – God Is a Woman

Joey B – Cold

Medikal – Stop it

Sarkodie – Brown Paper Bag

Strongman Burner – Flawless

Best Higlife Artiste

Akwaboah

Fameye

Kofi Kinaata

Kuami Eugene

Sista Afia

Dada Hafco

 

Best Gospel Artiste

Akesse Brempong

Celestine Donkor

Diana Hamilton

Empress Gofty

Joe Mettle

Mog Music

Efe Grace

Eric Jeshrun

 

Best Reggae/Dancehall Artiste

Epixode

Samini

Ras Kuuku

Kaphun

Larruso

 

Best Hiplife/Hip hop Artiste

Eno Barony

Joey B

Keche

Kofi Jamar

Kwesi Arthur

Medikal

Sarkodie

Yaw Tog

 

Best Afrobebats/Afropop Artiste

Adina

Darkovibes

Camidoh

Kelvynboy

KiDi

King Promise

Mr Drew

Wendy Shay

Album of the Year

Araba – Adina

Kpanlogo – Darkovibes

Son of Africa – Kuami Eugene

The Truth – Medikal

Inveecible – MzVee

10AM – Strongman Burner

Blackstar – Kelvynboy

Lava Feels – Joey B

 

Best New Artiste

Amerado

Bosom P-Yung

Dead Peepol

Gyakie

Kofi Jamar

Kweku Flick

Larruso

Mr Drew

Yaw Tog

Camidoh

 

Vodafone Most Popular Song of the Year

Atta Adwoa – Bosom P-Yung

Adom – Diana Hamilton

No Dulling – Keche ft. Kuami Eugene

Enjoyment – KiDi

Sisa – King Promise

Ekorso – Kofi Jamar ft. Yaw Tog & YPee

Open Gate – Kuami Eugene

La Hustle Rmx – Medikal ft. Criss Waddle & Joey B

Happy Day – Sarkodie ft. Kuami Eugene

Sore – Yaw Tog ft. O’Kenneth, Reggie, Jay Bhad & City Boi

Say Cheese – KiDi

Inna Song – Darkovibes ft. King Promise

 

Artiste of the Year

Adina

Diana Hamilton

KiDi

Kuami Eugene

Medikal

Sarkodie

Source: www.KNUSTconnect.Com

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Accommodation

Management Of KNUST Runs From The Cut-Throat Hostels Fee

Management Of KNUST Runs From The Cut-Throat Hostels Fee

Management Of KNUST Runs From The Cut-Throat Hostels Fee

The Management of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has caved into pressure and protests from students from the authorities to drastically reduce the cut-throat hostel rentals in the country’s biggest technology university.

Angry students of the school had today mounted a protest on the campus over what they described as extreme hikes in private hostel fees.

Rents for hostels range between GHC 2,000 and GHS5,000 for one academic year.

This prompted protests earlier on Friday, July 16, 2021, from students, who threatened to resist any further exploitation of students by private hostels.

Some of them took to social media to complain over the issue using the hashtag, #FixKnustHostelPrices.

Consequently, the school’s management was forced to agree with the students. In a frantic statement issued shortly after the student demonstration, the school issued a statement agreeing with the students that the recent hikes in hostel fees were excessive.

“Our investigation shows that indeed some private hostels, off-campus, have increased their rentals between 20% and 94%,” said KNUST Management.

“…the Dean of Students has identified those specific hostels and have started engaging them on the possible reduction of same,” the statement read.

According to the management of KNUST, hostels under the Private Hostels Association (PHA) “have increased their rentals not exceeding 12% as agreed with the University,” adding that the hostels the students are protesting are not under the PHA and thus not recognized by the school.

The management claims to curb hostel profiteering by private sharks, KNUST is discussing with three private investors for the construction of hostels beginning next academic year.

“Management wishes to assure the general student body and the public that every effort is being made to provide decent and secure accommodation for students on campus.”

Source: www.KNUSTconnect.Com

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KNUST Students Stage A Massive Demo Over Gh¢10,000 Hostel Fees For Students

KNUST Students Stage A Massive Demo Over Gh¢10,000 Hostel Fees For Students

KNUST Students Stage A Massive Demo Over Gh¢10,000 Hostel Fees For Students

Hundreds of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) students gather to protest against an increase in their hostel fees and other charges on campus.

The majority of the students who gathered to march the massive demonstration are with the fear that they might be forced to quit their university education as a result of the increasing hotel fees on the campus.

Currently, students pay approximately ¢2,000 to ¢5,000 as hostel fees per semester. If owners of these private hostels go ahead with another increase that figure could go up to ¢10,000.

Fredmak Hostel - KNUST

Fredmak Hostel – KNUST

KNUSTconnect further investigations brought to book that students might even pay more in the subsequent semesters.

Hundreds of KNUST students protesting against an increase in their hostel fees are begging the school authorities to do something about this menace.

“I can’t afford to pay more as my hostel and mess charges. If the order is not rolled back, the only option before me is to quit studies,” – one of the students told GhanaCNN.com

Friday protest

On Friday, as hundreds of KNUST students were preparing to march to the Rent Control Department at Amakom in Kumasi, they were initially stopped by armed police officers. Others vented their anger on social media platforms with a campaign dubbed; #FixHostelFeesNow.

The placard-wielding protesters who have formed the Concerned Students of KNUST, later marched to the office of the Dean of Students to present a petition to management.

Source: www.KNUSTconnect.Com

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SAD As KNUST Students Injured In Violent Clash Between Conti And Katanga

KNUST: Students Injured In Violent Clash Between Conti And Katanga

KNUST: Students Injured In Violent Clash Between Conti And Katanga

Scores of students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), are injured after a misunderstanding allegedly broke out between some members of the University Hall [Katanga] and the Unity Hall, [Conti] in the early hours of Sunday.

Four KNUST Students Rushed To The Hospital Over ‘Conti Indece’ Clash

Four KNUST Students Rushed To The Hospital Over ‘Conti Indece’ Clash

The incident happened during an ongoing vetting process for the Students Representative Council, SRC elections held at the Great Hall of the University.

According to eyewitnesses, the students also vandalized some school property such as chairs and glasses.

The Public Relations Officer of the Students Representative Council at KNUST, Caleb Asamoah Temeng, who was at the Great Hall, narrated to Citi News how the incident happened.

KNUST: Students Injured In Violent Clash Between Conti And Katanga

KNUST: Students Injured In Violent Clash Between Conti And Katanga

“It all started with the usual processions by the two halls in support of their various candidates from the halls to the Great Hall before the vetting starts. When the Katangees arrived, there was some sort of confusion between them and the Continentals. One gentleman believed to be part of the management team of an aspirant from Conti was preventing the Katangees from entering the Hall. This caused the first chaos between the two sides. ”

The Katangees suspected the said gentleman was from Conti and allegedly beat him up for preventing them from entering into the Great Hall with their procession, according to information available to Citi News.

KNUST: Students Injured In Violent Clash Between Conti And Katanga

KNUST: Students Injured In Violent Clash Between Conti And Katanga

It also alleged that the yet-to-be-identified management team member of the aspirant had a bottle in his possession that broke and cut his fingers and some other parts of his body – injuring him during the altercation.

Source: www.KNUSTconnect.com

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