Comedian ‘Nkɔmɔdɛ’ has died

Ghanaian Comedian Yaw Donkor, popularly known as Nkɔmɔdɛ has died.

Sources close to the family disclosed to that the comedian died at the Tema General Hospital around 11:15 am of liver failure, Friday.

He was bed-ridden and had suffered kidney, liver and bladder problems in the past.

He left Ghana for London in 2002 when he was at the peak of his career. There had been reports that he had been jailed in London for cocaine related issues but he refuted those claims. He said he owed some people some amount of money but he had sorted them out.

He later returned to Ghana and starred in a few movies before his unfortunate demise.

He won the Key Soap Concert Party Champion of Champions competition for three consecutive years.

Nkɔmɔdɛ defeated local comedian Kwadjo Buabeng also known as Bob Okala in 1996, to win it for the first time.

He beat another comedian called ‘Original 32’ to win the ‘Champion of Champions’ for the second time in 1997 and beat Agya Koo known as Kofi Adu, the third time.

Facebook-owned WhatsApp boasts of billion users

Facebook-owned WhatsApp boasts of billion users

Facebook-owned smartphone messaging service WhatsApp has hit the billion-user mark, according to the leading social network’s chief and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg.

“One billion people now use WhatsApp,” Zuckerberg said in a post on his Facebook page.

“There are only a few services that connect more than a billion people.”

Google’s free email service, Gmail, is the latest of the Internet giant’s offerings to crest the billion-user mark, chief Sundar Pichai said Monday during an earnings call.

The ranks of people using WhatsApp have more than doubled since California-based Facebook bought the service for $19 billion in late 2014, according to Zuckerberg.

“That’s nearly one-in-seven people on Earth who use WhatsApp each month to stay in touch with their loved ones, their friends and their family,” the WhatsApp team said in a blog post.

After buying WhatsApp, Facebook made the service completely free. The next step, according to Zuckerberg, is to make it easier to use the service to communicate with businesses.

Weaving WhatsApp into exchanges between businesses and customers has the potential to create revenue opportunity for Facebook.

Recent media reports have indicated that Facebook is working behind the scenes to integrate WhatsApp more snugly into the world’s leading social network by providing the ability to share information between the services.

Via OmniGhana

Be mindful of what you desire…

devotional seed

The Love Of God

Romans 8:38-39

Moral Implication:

The Love of God in Christ Jesus is the founding character that describes who our God is. It is the power of God that links His Personality to His Creation.

That is why out of love He offered LIFE (His Son) to redeem us from DEATH (sins).

What then should separate you from this Great Love?

Paul confessed the greatness of God’s LOVE in Christ by Revelation of the Holy Spirit, proving his inseparability from the Love of God.

Afflictions of this world is only little with regard to the power of love which is God Himself, for God is Love and whoever exhibit Love to His Brother, exhibits God to him.

Take Your Stand as Paul did and Prove Your Love for God for He(God) first Loved us while we were yet Sinners.

God Loves You Dearly!

Remember…. Sower’s seed + good ground = fruitage

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