This Week on TwitterGhana – What you may have missed!

Twitter is what’s happening and what people are talking about right now. In case you missed it, here is a curation of five big moments that took place on #TwitterGhana this week.

Kidi to hold concert dubbed ‘Live with Kidi’

Ghana’s award-winning contemporary artist Kidi now popularly referred to as the Golden Boy tweeted about his upcoming concert on his verified Twitter account, saying, “29th July we go jam!!! Get yo tickets my people. #LivewithKidi #thegoldenboy”. The tweet was accompanied with a flyer highlighting all of the details on how to get these golden tickets.

According to the price list on the flyer, people who are willing to attend the concert should be ready to cough out between Ghc 3000 to Ghc 15,000 as ticket prices. The tweet has generated a lot of comments and conversation on Twitter. You can find the thread here.

Yaw Tog: I made Stormzy popular in Ghana; many people did not know him

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Yaw Tog, the current holder of the Hip Hop song of the Year at the recent Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, has indicated that he was the one who made UK star Stormzy popular in Ghana. While speaking in an interview with MzGee on TV3, the ‘Sore’ hitmaker said he made Stormzy more popular in Ghana because many people did not know him. Ghanaian music fans are of varied opinions and the debate is still ongoing on Twitter. Read more about it here.

Sarkodie hypes Ghana Party in the park

In a tweet by the Music Icon, Sarkodie said this year’s “Party in the park’ will be one for the books. He hinted that he was honoured to be on board as the creative director for the event. You can find his original tweet here.

Celebrated actress Yvonne Nelson encourages women to be themselves

In a tweet by one of Ghana’s leading actresses, Yvonne Nelson encourages girls not to be afraid to rock their natural hair and also go without make-up. You can find her original tweet and comments to it here.

#GetaBin: Encouraging the use of waste bins in the country

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#GetaBin has been on the trending list for almost two days this week. The hashtag, which has appeared organically and driven by the #TwitterGhana community is encouraging people to embrace the waste bin concept to ensure the environment is clean and to instill a change of attitude towards proper waste disposal in Ghana. Catch up on the  #GetaBin conversation.