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I like the colour black because I am a ‘witch’ – Efya

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I like the colour black because I am a 'witch' - Efya

Jane Fara Fauzzier Afia Boafowaa Yahaya Awindor, better known in showbiz as Efya, has revealed why she is drawn to the colour black.

She likes the colour because she is a “witch.”

However, in explaining her point further, the songstress attributed it to the nature of her work, which is music. She stated that she records at night when everyone else is sleeping, allowing her to stay awake at night.

Because darkness has become her companion at night, she has developed an interest in black.

“I feel like it blends with every other colour. I think black is something that fits most of the time. Also, I like it because I’m a witch,” the neo-soul vocalist told Doreen Avio on Joy Prime.

She also stated that she changed her Twitter handle to Nokturnal because she is always awake at night.

“I don’t really sleep at night and it’s been like that for a very long time. So, I figured I might as well make it cool because I’m a very Nokturnal being and I come alive at night. Most of the time I like to work late at night because it’s quiet,” the songstress added.  

When asked if she will wear black on her wedding day, the ‘Ankwadobi’ hitmaker replied, “Yes, it’s one of the things I’ve always wanted to do but I’m not sure anymore. We’ll see.”

The “Best in Me” songwriter also revealed that she always wanted to be like his father and become a film director, but that never happened.

But how did Efya get into music?

The multiple VGMA Best Female Vocalist of the Year stated that her music career began after she competed in Stars of the Future, as she has always sung in church and is passionate about music.

The singer shared her experiences growing up with a famous mother as the daughter of filmmaker and celebrity host of the TV show ‘Greetings from Abroad,’ Nana Adwoa Awindor.

“It was very stressful. There was a lot of pressure. I got beaten up because of my mom when I got to secondary school,” Efya narrated.

Meanwhile, growing up with famous and talented parents provided her with early exposure to the creative industries, including video editing, directing, and animation.

Throughout the development of her career and field of work, her parents have contributed to her versatility.

Despite the controversies in the music industry, the singer stated that she is unconcerned about negativity because it is inherent in her job.

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Nungua Stool summons Fella Makafui and Medikal to appear for land paperwork

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This discovery occurs in the midst of the couple's widely publicised divorce. Fella Makafui and Medikal, previously regarded as one of Ghana's most gorgeous couples, have suffered through a tumultuous split. Their relationship, which began with a high-profile wedding in 2020, has begun to exhibit symptoms of strain over the last year. Despite their split, both partners continue to reside in the same home and co-parent their daughter, Island Frimpong. This arrangement has caused more issues, with Medikal apparently requesting Fella to expel her cousin from the home.

The Office of the Gborbu Wulomo-Shitse, Overlord of the Gadangme State, extended formal invitations to both persons, requesting that they appear at the palace for document verification.

Rev. Dr Gyasi Ankrah, Director of Administration at the Office of the Gborbu Wulomo-Shitse, issued the summons, which requires Fella Makafui and Medikal, real name Samuel Adu Frimpong, to bring their complete documentation to the palace on Friday, May 24, 2024, at 11:00 a.m. for verification.

This discovery occurs amid the couple’s widely publicised divorce. Fella Makafui and Medikal, previously regarded as one of Ghana’s most gorgeous couples, have suffered through a tumultuous split.

Their relationship, which began with a high-profile wedding in 2020, has begun to exhibit symptoms of strain over the last year.

Despite their split, both partners continue to reside in the same home and co-parent their daughter, Island Frimpong.

This arrangement has caused more issues, with Medikal requesting Fella to expel her cousin from the home.

Fella has also asked the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) to examine Medikal, adding another layer to their continuing conflict.

Their current residence has been a source of contention.

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Medikal maintains he paid for the property with his own money, but he signed the deeds under Fella’s name out of doubt and for their daughter’s welfare. “I built everything with my own money but only put Fella’s name due to uncertainty and for Island’s sake,” said Medikal.

On the other hand, Fella opposes this assertion, claiming that she helped create the house and can prove it in court, citing the financial and emotional contributions she made during their marriage.

Given the contradicting claims, the authorities decided to conduct an investigation.


The land records, which include both Fella and Medikal’s names, caused the Nungua Stool to intercede and confirm the validity of these claims.

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Fella Makafui and Medikal summoned by Nungua Stool over land documents
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Fella breaks silence on Medikal’s social media tantrums

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“For my deep respect for our two families, for the relative privacy which the institution of marriage requires and, most importantly, in the best interest of our beloved daughter, I have decided to resort to only lawful and appropriate forums to address my grievances.

Actress Fella Makafui has disclosed why she has contacted the police regarding her marital issues.

Despite their amicable divorce agreement, the actress declared in a press release that she had taken note of her former husband’s social media comments regarding their four-year marriage.

As a result, she is unwilling to wash their dirty laundry in public, therefore she has decided to take the problem to police enforcement.

“For my deep respect for our two families, for the relative privacy which the institution of marriage requires and, most importantly, in the best interest of our beloved daughter, I have decided to resort to only lawful and appropriate forums to address my grievances.

“To that end, I have reluctantly initiated a legal process which I believe will ensure that my daughter and I are safe and also that l and my husband’s co-parenting duties are properly and sufficiently streamlined and regulated in accordance with law,” the May 18 release read.

In addition, the actress expressed appreciation for the support extended by her friends, family, and business associates. However, she pleaded for time to resolve the issues.

“I am sincerely grateful to you for the extreme support which you have given to me, my family, and my businesses and brand over the years. I, however, plead with you to understand the privacy which the difficult time that I am in now requires,” the release added.

Below is the full statement

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Fella Makafui responds to Medikal’s social media rants over failed marriage

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Fuse ODG reacts to Afronita and Abigail dancing to his song on Britain’s Got Talent stage

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As a pioneer in promoting Ghana in the UK music industry, Fuse ODG expressed his delight at seeing others contributing to the promotion of Ghanaian culture overseas. He praised Afronita and Abigail for their outstanding dancing performances, stating that they perfectly suited the intensity and feel of his Azonto tune. Fuse ODG congratulated Afronita and Abigail and expressed his full support, saying Ghana is well on its way to building a name for itself in the entertainment industry.

Fuse ODG, a rapper and songwriter, expressed his satisfaction and love for Afronita and Abigail’s performance on Britain’s Got Talent, during which they danced to his classic Azonto song.

Fuse ODG applauded the pair for their outstanding representation of Ghana on such a prestigious platform.

He stated that their performance contributed to the continuing efforts to highlight Ghana’s cultural diversity on a worldwide scale.

As a pioneer in promoting Ghana in the UK music industry, Fuse ODG expressed his delight at seeing others contributing to the promotion of Ghanaian culture overseas.

He praised Afronita and Abigail for their outstanding dancing performances, stating that they perfectly suited the intensity and feel of his Azonto tune.

Fuse ODG congratulated Afronita and Abigail and expressed his full support, saying Ghana is well on its way to building a name for itself in the entertainment industry.

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