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This is what Praye announced at 2018 VGMAs


Hiplife trio, Praye, has announced a comeback and performed together for the first time since they broke up in 2014

The group, made up of Choirmaster, Kente and Big J Cartel, mounted the stage of the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMas) to thrill music fans to their old hit songs.

The atmosphere was filled with nostalgia and excitement as they sang several songs amidst charged performance.

“Are you happy we are back?” the group asked on stage on Saturday.

Praye was born in 2004 after they emerged winners of the maiden edition of the Nescafé African Revelations talent hunt.

They produced hit songs such as ‘Shordy,’ ‘Angelina,’ ‘Jacket’, ‘Wodin’, among others.

In 2014, the members of the group went their separate ways but two of them (Tintin and Tiatia) came back later to keep the group.

After the break, Choirmaster has released songs like ‘Catwalk,’ ‘Ghana’s Most Beautiful’, ‘Pull Him Down’ and ‘Double Up’, while the other two have also done their individual and joint projects.

But their solo careers never made impact to the level of what they did as a group, hence the decision to reunite.

They are currently expected to release some new songs for their fans.

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Asantehene distools Asafohene for gross insubordination

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has destooled the Asafohene, Akyamfour Kwame Akowuah III, for flouting the Great Oath of Asanteman, one of the pillars of the Asante Kingdom and found guilty of ten different charges.

He was slapped with forty-five counts by his elders, who according to them, the Asafohene was “autocratic”, did not respect them and performed his duties contrary to Asante customs and traditions.

Delivering the final judgement at the Manhyia Palace in Kumasi on Thursday, June 20, 2019, Asantehene said the Asafohene’s actions breached the customs and traditions of the Ashanti Kingdom, which is punishable.

Kingdom FM’s Ashanti Regional Correspondent, Antwi Boasiako reported that Otumfuo had several occasions warned the Asafohene on issues ranging from illegal sales of lands, destoolment and enstoolment of his sub-chiefs.

The Asafohene, who is the head of Akwamu Division of the Kumasi Traditional Council (KTC), was enstooled in 2011.

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