Quite recently, there were marriage news making rounds about the now Evangelist Nana Akwasi Agyeman, best known in the 1980s as Geeman in Ghana’s showbiz. The news had it that Geeman wanted to marry Ghana’s most decorated journalist- Deloris Frimpong (Delay).
One of Ghana's pop Star who was very popular across the country and beyond known as Geman, was a talented musician and dancer who was very big and popular in the 70s through to the 90s. He was the reigning king of Ghana's music industry during his era channeling out all the hit songs.
Award-winning Ghanaian television personality, Deloris Frimpong Manso has painfully rejected the intention of one of the biggest Pop stars, Geeman. Geeman some few days ago went viral on social media after he enamored himself to the image of the respected screen goddess, Delay to the extent that he had to leave the United States to Ghana to marry her
In this world, everyone wants to have peace- it is quintessential and can never be substituted for anything else. Thus, when two consenting adults decide to pick their life partners, they rather opt for one that appears to complement them and has the potentials to bring them peace and happy life.
Geeman was a Ghanaian dance champion some place during the 1970s, with a propagation of the style that conveyed Michael Jackson to overall thought, Geeman won the best artist craftsman of the world later and went on overall encounter with his MJ dance and music style. He was generally called the Ghana Michael Jackson.
“Come on now,the sun is shining high, Gather round, lets do it once again I promise you will have a good time Lets do it,the best way that we know Dancing Highlife,calypso dance, moonlight music lets get together do the limbo Dancing Highlife, calypso dance sunshine music lets come together do the limbo..” Above is the lyrics of ‘Highlife in G-Major’. Released in 1986, it is one of the timeless songs to ever come out of Ghana. The composer and singer is Nana Akwasi Agyemang known by the stage name GeeMan.
From the 1950s to the early 1970s Ghana led the way in West Africa with its popular highlife and Afro-rock music and its viable recording and music production industry. However, things began to decline from the late 1970s due to the military government, followed by two coups, several years of night curfew and the imposition of massive import duties on musical instruments. Into the music vacuum came Ghanaian gospel-music (as the churches were not taxed) and hi-tech drum-box and synthesizer forms of local
Geeman, a Ghanaian music star who was imprisoned in 1995 for killing a taxi driver, has campaigned for jail reform. He claimed that Ghana's jail system had failed to reform convicted criminals incarcerated for a variety of offenses. On TV3's Showbiz 360, Geeman sat down for an interview with Giovani Caleb.
Meet Some Ghanaian Celebrities Aside Stonebwoy Who Landed In Trouble For Pulling Out A Gun In this article, we are going to look at three Ghanaian celebrities who landed into trouble for pulling out guns.
When asked if socialite Akuapem Poloo, who was sentenced to 90 days in prison for posting nude photos of herself and her child online, will be given a separate cell and enjoy some freedom as a celebrity, ASP Opoku said the constitution of the land and the rules that govern the operations of the Prisons Service make provisions for separate treatment for celebrities who are sentenced to 90 days in prison.