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Golden Nsogbu Biography & All You Need To Know About The CEO Nsogbu Records

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Golden Nsogbu, CEO of Nsogbu Records
Do you want to know about an expertise in Music Industry? Here comes the biography of a young Nigerian business magnate and investor who is always focus in actualizing dreams. Ewofobe David popularly known as Golden Nsogbu, is the founder/CEO of Nsogbu Records which deals on signing and Bringing The Young Talent to a lime light via Entertainment Industry.
Inspired by the likes of Donjazzy, Dr Dolor and Emoney, Golden Nsogbu is simply a goal oriented entrepreneur with well packaged achievements.
Enough of his expertise, lets get to know him better.

Early Life & Background
Golden Nsogbu was born in Delta State on June 7, 1992 into the family of Ewofobe
He is originally a native of Ughelli North in Delta State.
He attended Government science secondary Maitama Abuja,
He also Attend University of Alberta Canada

Golden Nsogbu Biography & All You Need To Know About The CEO Nsogbu Records

My Aims & Visions in the Industry is to make Nsogbu Records Bigger And Influential, And also to produce different Star stars in the Industry, He Quote!!!

Nsogbu Records was launched due to the love I have for Music and also to bring out different talent out there, for the world to know Them!!!.

About Nsogbu Records
Here’s what you need to know about Nsogbu Records:
Nsogbu Records is a Trusted Recording Media company duly registered under Nigeria’s Corporate Affairs Commission with the name “Nsogbu Records“ We take pride in giving Young Talent the best of Upbringing In The Entertainment Industry and at the same time never limit their choices to the norm. We are the best but believe in simplicity, and soon we would take over Nigeria and beyond, Nsogbu Records was launched in the year 2018 and has a frontier act named Popular via IG @popularisloud

Golden Nsogbu Biography & All You Need To Know About The CEO Nsogbu Records

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Company Email: official.nsogbu.records@gmail.com

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Golden Nsogbu is also on Instagram @golden_nsogbu

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2kings Gh Drops Mind-Blowing Teaser For “Anointing”

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2KINGS GH, Ghanaian multi-talented & Award winning music duo who are known for major hits such as Anointing & Ayii will soon unleash the official video for the hit tune “ANOINTING“.

The versatile music duo, took their Facebook page to officially announce to their fans and Ghanaians on their incoming music video as they captioned the teaser “Your first goal should be to receive grace and anointing and then spread it to others. Kindly subscribe to Our YouTube channel 👇👇 to be the first person to watch the full video when it drops..” {2KingsGh Official}

2KINGS GH, surprised fans as they dropped an Ep tittled “UNVEILING EP

They will soon release the official video for their Anointing which is off the “UNVEILING EP” as they have given us a taste of it.

Watch the teaser below.

 

The 6 track unveiling Ep is a good debut from the wavy 2kings. Download & Stream below.

2kings – Anointing [DOWNLOAD]

2kings – True Love [DOWNLOAD]

2kings – Fire Cyan’t Cool [DOWNLOAD]

2kings ft Dahlin Gage – Ayii (remix) [DOWNLOAD]

                                                   Get All on itunes  

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John Mahama Has Secret Side-Chicks He Hooks Up With At Spintex : Afia Schwarzenegger

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Afia Schwarzenegger from all grounds for believing is done with the NDC and there’s no way she can make a U-turn in subsequent years to the party.

The comedienne reacting to a comment by a netizen under a post on Instagram has dropped another serious bombshell about ex-president John Mahama.

In the latest ‘exposè’, Afia Schwar alleges that John Mahama has side-chicks hiding somewhere in Spintex, a suburb of Tema in the Greater Accra Region.

According to the outspoken comedienne and media personality, Mahama has been giving money to these girls adding that she has more secrets to reveal if she’s dared by the NDC.

She dropped these damning accusations after this comment by the social media user; “You are not God to decide who wins the election u have only one vote n that is yours that alone can not decide who wins and who loss.”

She replied; “@moda.anabel but how will the People with the vote feel about ….the money he gives to his b*tches..Don’t Dare Me to tell Ghanaians about Jesus! Ask John Mahama about his spintex connection.”

Afia Schwar ready to go all out days ago threatened to drop more secrets about the NDC party as well should they came at her again.

This follows Diamond Appiah’s claim that she had been kicked out of the NDC due to her affection for posting nudes on social media.

In her reply to Diamond Appiah, Afia forewarned the NDC with these statements; “Dear Ndc, It will interest you to shut up or boycott this year’s election. You dnt want me to talk so dnt dare me. 4 more 4 Nana,4 more for free education, 4 more for development. I won’t warn you people again”

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NEWS: Mortgages In Ghana — The Myths And The Facts

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If you are renting now, buying a home could be a better financial decision. Of course, that depends on several factors such as; where you live, how much you pay now as rent, an available fit-for-purpose house you can afford, current mortgage interest rates and your aspirations.

Taking your first steps towards home ownership – and getting a foot on the property ladder – can be an exciting journey. Kojo Addo-Kufuor, Executive Head of Home Loans at First National Bank Ghana explained that apart from the financial aspect, it is also important that you’re armed with information – and the right information at that –
before you start your journey to homeownership.

“While it is important to do your research during the home-buying process, you must not believe everything you hear.”, he says. You could do with all the help to make an outright purchase, or get a loan to buy that land, build that house or buy out that cozy property in that estate you’ve been eying for some time.

Contrary to what you may have heard, getting a mortgage does not require perfect credit or a large down payment. It is however safe to say you should get your finances in order before you start house hunting or talking to lenders.

Kojo Addo-Kufuor, in this piece, helps you split the assumptions, untruths, and the gaps in the public knowledge on acquiring a home loan.

Mortgages are the preserve of the elderly and fulfilled

Many people in their 20s and 30s think of home ownership as a distant prospect; this is not exactly the case. Shared concerns and experience have shown that young people see the deposit as the biggest obstacle to getting on the ladder. It is not that terrible a prospect. You can now get a home loan offer of up to 100% property’s value if you are resident in Ghana and up to 70% if you are non-resident. This means it is possible to buy a house without making any down payment at all.

First National Bank’s innovative First Time Buyer home loan product is best suited for young professionals or executives who have just graduated into their first jobs, and/or supplemented by other revenue lines.

Such young professionals or executives could easily get to translate their monthly rent into monthly mortgage repayments towards the purchase of their own property. In fact, over 60% of the home loan client base are below age 45. It’s also important to consider that with your mortgage repayments, you’re adding to the equity you own in the property with each installment paid, whereas this is not the case when you pay rent as a tenant.

You can only get a mortgage from your bank

The truth is lots of people believe that their existing bank is the one and only place to go when it’s time to think about a mortgage.

That is probably because your bank will regularly send advertising material on what they can offer relatively along with preferential rates. It however makes sense to look around some more. The banking industry in Ghana is quite diversified, and banks are adding on to their portfolio with the right partnerships. First National Bank after merging with the erstwhile GHL Bank, has enhanced its home loan portfolio to serve many more Ghanaians with products which hitherto wasn’t accessible. If you are a salaried worker, you can access the broad suite of regular home loans. If you are a business owner or have multiple revenue streams, the innovative Save-To-Own home loan is best suited; just by demonstrating your ability to repay with a monthly deposit into an account for a year or two and then you have a home loan.

You need to have a perfect credit rating to get a mortgage

It’s obvious that you’ll struggle to get a mortgage with a bad credit history. The assessment of your application goes beyond that. Your credit history and your current ability to settle such gaps could be considered in the process. Speak to a mortgage advisor at First National Bank Ghana. These people help you make the right choices for a home loan based on your responses to some background questions and then guide you appropriately through the process.

The best mortgage deal is one with the lowest interest rate

It’s certainly right to think of the interest rate as how much your mortgage actually ‘costs’, as this is what you pay to have your loan, on top of the equity you’re accruing in your property. But that’s not to say you should assume that the lowest interest rate means the cheapest mortgage.

Only full time salaried workers get mortgages in Ghana

This is a common misconception that lenders see anyone, not in a full-time formal job as a risk. With the rise in freelancing, entrepreneurs, small business owners, side hustle enthusiasts, flexible and contract work in Ghana, banks like First National Bank Ghana take a much more individualistic approach when it comes to assessing people’s credit and underwriting situations. There’s every chance you can qualify for your home loan application provided your income is stable and sufficient for a comfortable repayment plan. While there are plenty of mortgage misconceptions floating around these days, from how hard it may be to qualify to how much you should put down, it’s important to learn the facts and how they apply to you. The truth is, getting a mortgage is much easier than you may think. If you need financing to buy a home, talk to First National Bank Ghana’s. Not doing so could delay homeownership, and the benefits you could gain by years.

Written By: Mr. Kojo Addo-Kuffour (Executive Head, Home Loans, First National Bank)

For more information contact:
First National Bank Corporate Affairs
Delali Dzidzienyo
+233501553471

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