Multiple award-winning Ghanaian broadcast journalist, Media mogul, tourism ambassador and Marketing Communications Consult Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey has landed a one-year ambassadorial deal with furniture company, Motion Furniture in Accra.

Motion Furniture agreed on a deal with Abeiku Santana at a brief signing ceremony at Ashaley Botwe in Accra.

Speaking at the signing, the Director of Motion Furniture, Mrs. Bernice Adjei said Abeiku Santana possesses the influence, experience and expertise needed to maximise profit. “Having worked in the media space for over two decades and having achieved distinguished success in the media and tourism sector,” Mrs Adjei noted, “we believe Abeiku Santana is the right choice to drive our company in the right direction.”
“Abieku Santana, who has provided consultancy and advisory support services to corporate institutions, start-ups and individuals, understands our company goals and focus and with his experience, we deem this new relationship will drive high success and magnificent prospects,” she added.

On the other hand, the newly signed ambassador showed gratitude to Motion Furniture for believing in his brand and choosing to work with him. “I’m grateful to the management of Motion Furniture for making me their number one choice,” he stated. “I hope this relationship lasts.” “I promise to use my experience, influence and all the resources at my disposal to execute my duties as stated in our contract. Thank you once again,” he added.


Motion Furniture is a specialist in reclining/rising chairs and beds. The company offers a comprehensive range of adjustable chairs and beds to suit all needs. Whether you are simply looking for comfort or perhaps you wish to alleviate your aches and pains, we will have the solution for you. Can you imagine the comfort and relaxation of a stressless body position provided by your luxury adjustable chair or bed at the touch of a button?

An electric adjustable chair or bed is a wise investment to help prevent the pain and discomfort caused by an awkward sitting or sleeping position.

Ghanaian rapper, music executive and nightclub owner, Desmond Blackmore is simply known as D-Black have boldly put on record that the slay queens he hangs out or works with are not marriage materials and would not want to date or marry any of them.

Sharing what puts him off and what captures his interest and attention in a woman, D-Black told Graphic Showbiz in an interview that longs or artificial nails are a no for him.

D-Black said, “That is the perception out there and it is a wrong one, we do not marry slay queens. Take me for instance, when I meet a woman, the first thing I look at is her nails, I don’t like artificial nails or long nails, it turns me off. I mean if your nails are long and you finish eating, who is going to wash your plate for you?
The award-winning rapper revealed that he is not a fan of ladies with colourful hair. “When it comes to hair, I love it short or natural, I don’t fall for all those colourful hair. When I see a lady like that, it gives me an impression that you are not serious. The mother of my children doesn’t even own a single wig. You will wear high heels, where are you going with it or what do you want to achieve with it? Simplicity is my thing.”
When asked what turns him on about a woman, he said, “I love career-driven, intelligent and passion-driven ones.”

The Enjoyment Minister rapper revealed that most ladies are deceived by the things they see on social media and forget their values. “Because you see us in music videos having fun with such ladies, you think that is what we are into, no.
“The lady in that video is a model and she is doing her job, I am also doing my job by looking happy in the video, it doesn’t mean she is my type of woman. It is like the truth is right before these ladies but they allow social media pressure to get to them and they do not see it.

“Look at Stonebwoy, he is married to a dentist, Reggie Rockstone to a doctor; look at the lady Sarkodie is married to, she is not a slay queen, Okyeame Kwame is not married to a slay queen, someone like Shatta Wale at a point was with Michy who is a homegirl, so it will be wrong for anyone to put us into such a box.”…

Abeiku Santana has landed an ambassadorial deal with Medi-Moses Clinic and Herbal Centre.

The Excellent Radio broadcast journalist, marketing and tourism practitioner recently became the first Ghanaian male broadcaster to attain the feat of a million following on the free, online photo-sharing app and social network platform; Instagram and his following on twitter and Facebook has also grew exponentially in the last few months. He has joined the Medi-Moses group as a brand ambassador on a one year deal to start with.

Medi-Moses Prostate Centre is a unique Health Facility headed by Dr. De-Gaulle Moses Dogbatsey and specializes in treating Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) or Enlarged Prostate gland no matter how big the weight and size of the Prostate gland without Surgery using 100% pure specially formulated herbal product called PROSTACURE Herbal Tea which is able to shrink an enlarged Prostate Gland back to normal weight and size.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Dr De-Gaulle Moses Dogbatsey expressed his delight to welcome Abeiku Santana to the group.

We want to extend a hand of congratulations to Mr Abeiku Aggrey Santana once again on his new role as he bring his wealth of experience in the area of strategic marketing and brand development as the face of Medi-Moses Clinic and Herbal Centre and their numerous products in the global market.

Call Medi-Moses on

024 406 8447

Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey, also known as Abeiku Santana, is a multiple-award-winning Chartered media practitioner with a distinguished career spanning over two decades and achievements in many other fields of endeavour

The Broadcaster has enrolled for another Master’s degree at the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS).

Abeiku Santana’s career focus is to become a Global Expert Consultant in Media, Marketing, Tourism and Hospitality.

Hope Channel Ghana presents an On-Air Music Business Seminar, taking place on Hope Channel Ghana on our Satellite platform, Facebook, and YouTube @hopetvgh, 18 – 22nd April 2021, 6:30pm each night. Speakers for the 5-day event are Rex Omar, Rexford Kyei, Stephen Nasei Boadi, Sadiq Abdulai Abu, Kwame Dadzie and the seminar will be hosted by Steve Boat an Adventist musician.

Hope Channel Ghana is proud to bring you a 5-day On-Air Music Business Seminar live in your homes for the first time this April. The Seminar will provide the platform for understanding the music industrial transformation and how our Christian musicians can take advantage of the digital age.

The topics to be discussed during the 5 day seminar are:

Day 1 – Digital Media and its Advantages

Day 2 – 360 Degree Music Business/Artist Deals

Day 3 – Online Music Exploitation – financial opportunities available to Artistes

Day 4 – Artiste Branding

Day 5 – Why Music Videos Are Still So Important

The target for this seminar is Gospel Musicians, Christian Musicians, Aspiring Musicians, Artiste Managers, and players in the music value chain. This seminar will have an immediate impact and transform your ministry.

If you want to join the seminar through our zoom platform you can WhatsApp your name, Location, and email address to 0559680066

Hope Channel Ghana, is a Youth Oriented Christian Television Network aimed at getting Jesus in every heart and sharing God’s good news for a better life today and for eternity. Hope Channel offers programs on holistic Christian living and focuses on faith, health, relationships, and community. It’s television that changes lives!
The Channel can be found on the Satellite platform and covers the entire West African region with a great viewership.
Hope Channel …… Changing Lives

Contact Information: Nii Ayite Hammond, 0244216123

For further information about the event and speakers, visit or visit our social media sites, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram @hopetvgh

Clement Ashitey widely known as Clemento Suarez has opened up on his personal life after the celebration of his birthday and grabbing the EMY Award this past weekend.

Clemento Suarez has for the first time revealed that he works full time at the British High Commission and that all the comedies we see him in are just his part time job

He made this revelation on UTV’s McBrown’s kitchen, hosted by Nana Ama McBrown.
In an exclusive interview, he was asked: “Clemento, so aside the comedy and acting job, do you do any other job?”

“Yes, I do. The acting is just my part time job. I work at the British High commission full time.”
“You know the comedy in Ghana is now gaining recognition among Ghanaians so very soon, we will get to the height of the movie industry.”
The host, Mcbrown who was surprised further asked: “Eii, since when did you start working at the High commission, you that like fooling?”
“Oh Long time. I have been there for quiet sometime. You know the High Commission is opposite the Ghana Institute of Journalism [GIJ] University, so I do meet the students alot for advice and mentoring.”
Sometimes kraa, we eat gobe [beans] together so you can confirm from them,” he jokingly said.
Clemento suarez, this weekend was adjourdged the Man of the year; Entertainment man of the year at the just ended Exclusive Men of the Year [EMY] Africa awards 2020.

He had his primary education at Vichrist Parents’ School, Bethel Junior High School, and went on to Tema Secondary School. His tertiary education was at the school of Performing Arts at the University of Ghana in Legon where he graduated in 2010.
Our checks also confirmed that he truly works at the British High Commission. A former Ambassador to Ghana, Jon Benjamin congratulated him after winning the EMY Awards and confirming words to that. See it here.

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