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W.H.O Offered $20million Bribe To Poison COVID-19 Cure Made by Madagascar – President Andry Rajoelina Claims

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In a shocking claim, the President of Madagascar has said that the WHO offered a $20m bribe to poison COVID-19 cure. The herbal remedy called COVID-19 Organics made from Artemisia can cure COVID-19 patients within ten days said the President. He also raised the question that if it was a European country that had actually discovered this remedy, would there be so much doubt?

The President of Madagascar Andry Rajoelina has accused the World Health Organisation of a plot to have its COVID-19 Organics, the local African ‘cure’ for the virus poisoned. Rajoelina claims WHO offered a $20 million bribe to poisoned their medicine, Tanzania Perspective reported on the front-page of its 14th May edition.

The President of Madagascar believes the only reason the rest of the world has refused to treat Madagascar’s cure for the coronavirus with urgency and respect is that the remedy comes from Africa.

In an interview with French media, President Rajoelina reportedly said he has noticed what he believes stems from usual condescension toward Africans.

“I think the problem is that (the drink) comes from Africa and they can’t admit… that a country like Madagascar… has come up with this formula to save the world.”

The remedy, COVID Organics, is made from Artemisia, a plant imported into Madagascar in the 1970s from China to treat malaria. Artemisia has had proven success against malaria and according to President Rajoelina, it can cure COVID-19 patients within ten days.

However, the WHO has criticized such natural therapeutic measures against the coronavirus as blind faith. In response to the skepticism with which the WHO is treating the COVID Organics, Rajoelina said, “No country or organisation will keep us from going forward.”

A host of other African countries including, Tanzania, Guinea-Bissau, DR Congo, and Niger, have imported Madagascan made the recipe.

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“The Gov’t Needs To Effect Laws That Will Cushion Talents – Stonebwoy Urges

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GREATER ACCRA – Thursday, June 4, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – In this amazing session of Star Talk with blogger Kobby Kyei, Nickelodeon & BET Winner| 3-Time Best Reggae/Dancehall Act in Africa, Stonebwoy, stated that, the Government of Ghana needs to effect laws that will enable the Ghanaian entertainment ecosystem structures cushion creatives to success. According to Him, the onus lies on the various authorities to implement all available laws which will in turn help strengthen institutions like GHAMRO and Musiga to deliver its service without encountering any difficulties.

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Sony/ATV Signs D-Black To Global Publishing and Distribution Deal

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CALIFORNIA – Thursday, June 4, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – D-Black – a Ghanaian multiple award winning & chart topping anglophone hip-hop and afrobeat musician and Chief Executive Officer of Black Avenue Music (BAM), has signed a global publishing and distribution agreement with Sony/ATV ahead of the Ghanaian-based musician’s fifth studio album, expected to premiere this summer in Los Angeles, California.

According to Rowlin Naicker MD of Sony/ATV Music Publishing, they are excited to represent and partner with him in the significant next phase of his already successful career as the “Vera” hitmaker’s, who will be celebrating a decade in the arts and entertainment ecosystem, skills and talents will be a great addition to the Sony/ATV family. He added that, D-Black is an amazing creative, whose talents have underpinned countless hit records.

Munya Chanetsa, newly appointed A&R Manager stated that, he sincerely hopes this signing showcases to Ghana the firm’s commitment to prioritize and work with their creatives as D-black’s talent transcends his reputation as a hit-making super talent. He added that, he has also demonstrates a rare gift for identifying, cultivating and developing a new generation of stars, a vision they completely support and anticipate a long and successful partnership with him.

Of the signing, D-Black (real name Desmond Kwesi Blackmore) said in an Instgram post that, he excited to continue to build his catalogue with Sony/ATV Music Publishing and looks forward to all that’s coming down the pipeline.

“I want to put Ghanaian music on the forefront of the Afrobeats global wave and this is just the first step with Sony / ATV. This isn’t just for me, I’m in the process of finalizing a label deal with them for all my artists, producers and partners and also sharing information with other acts so together we could all move forward as a unit, as a collective from Ghana, Africa. I’m excited to learn more and empower myself and my team to be a force to reckon with not only as an artist but as a music business executive and as an African label as a whole worldwide. – D-Black shared

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[IN-VIDEO] Ghanaian-English Musician & Human Rights Activist, Fuse ODG, Calls For An International Boycott Of U.S. Products

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GREATER ACCRA – Wednesday, June 3, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – Rallying in solidarity with anti-racism protests in the United States of America demanding justice for George Floyd who was killed on May 25 by team of Police officers and an end to systemic racism, protestors in Ghana have called for international boycott of U.S. products in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and against racism, impunity , and state-sanctioned street executions.

Spear-headed by Nana Richard Abiona better known by his stage name Fuse ODG, the British-Ghanaian recording and performing artiste, and Human Rights Activist in a video posted on his official Instagram handle stated that, the Global African diaspora needs to start unleashing some economic plaques on America and countries where racism is condone, as Black people have the spending power in the U.S. with over a trillion dollar power annually.

Floyd, an unarmed Black man, was pinned to the ground by a white officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The officer, who has since been fired and charged for murder, knelt on Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes, as Floyd pleaded “I can’t breathe”. Protests, which began in Minneapolis, have spread to hundreds of cities across the US. National Guard troops have been deployed in at least 23 states to handle the demonstrations.

In 2017, Fuse ODG launched a “Pull It Down” campaign against Nivea, after the German cosmetic manufacturer erected advertisement boards in Ghana and some parts of Africa which subtly promotes bleaching. Later, he shared a post on social media celebrating the campaign’s victory following the product’s decision to pull down a series of controversial posters.

Fuse ODG has projected Ghanaian music to the outside world. He is best known for his 2013 single “Antenna” which peaked at number 7 on the UK Singles Chart, and for featuring in Major Lazer‘s “Light It Up (Remix)” which also peaked at number 7 on the UK Singles Chart. On 2 June 2013 Fuse ODG released his debut single “Antenna“, the song peaked at number 7 on the UK Singles Chart, the song also peaked at number 85 on the Irish Singles Chart. On 29 September 2013 he released the single “Azonto“, the song peaked at number 30 on the UK Singles Chart. On 19 October 2013, he was awarded ‘Best African Act’ at the MOBO Award’s 18th Anniversary.

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“Budding Musicians Pay Outrageous Money To Radio & Tv Networks Before They Get Airplay – Kyei Mensah Reveals

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GREATER ACCRA – Monday, June 1, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – Sensational Gospel recording and performing artiste, Kyei Mensah – the son of veteran sound engineer and also the owner and founder of Fredyma Studios, Freddie Kyei, has shared challenges they face in the Ghanaian music industry and what they need to penetrate through the mainstream entertainment landscape.

According to him, up and coming artistes pay huge amount of money to the mass communication media – radio and tv stations to play their songs and videos. Stating that, recording music is extremely expensive so paying money again to get their songs played is too bad. He made this highlight as way of responding to a question posited by Entertainment Journalistist, Gerrard-Israel.

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