Sunday, October 28, 2018

Too much pressure on me to marry Michy – Shatta Wale

‘Gringo’ hit maker and Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has revealed that he’s having to deal with huge pressure on him from Ghanaians to marry his baby mama and long time girlfriend Shatta Michy.
Their relationship had been suffering for some time now after they announced their breakup in April but the controversial musician stunned the massive crowd at the recent launch of his ‘Reign Album’ when he proposed to Shatta Michy midway through his performance.
He pulled out a ring and asked: “Shatta Michy will you marry me” before dropping to one knee in front of thousands of his raucous fans at the Fantasy Dome of the Trade Fair Centre in Accra.
The couple later embraced and Shatta put a ring on Shatta Michy’s finger before giving her a passionate kiss.
Appearing on Joy FM’s Morning show, Shatta Wale stated that the many calls by his fans and followers to get married will be headed as he’s sure to walk Shatt Michy to the alter in 2018.
“…We’re working on our wedding so people should watch out next year. A whole lot of Ghanaians are worried, people are just giving me pressure asking me when will you marry her? People are giving me pressure and stuff but I really want to watch God’s time.
I want to do something nice for her because she’s been with me for so long and she’s supported me. People say she’s gone through disgrace but I call it grace.”

See how a tribe in Kenya prevents cheating in marriage

According to reports, this is a marriage ceremony of the Suni tribe in Kenya. The Wedding ring is locked and they spend their whole life together. It helps to avoid cheating in the relationship.

“I don’t think some people should still be in office”- A Plus

Musician, Kwame Asare Obeng, has said that, the popular saying that, Ghana’s laws are always not fairly applied, is very true.
According to the musician cum comedian, if the laws are applied fairly, some people holding some sensitive positions, will still not be in office.
Mr Asare Obeng who is popularly known as Kwame A Plus, is worried that though people have committed clear procurement breaches at the Public Procurement Authority (PPA) and Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) which should have warranted their dismissal, they are still at post for obvious reasons.
“I don’t think some people should still be in office”, he said recently.
A Plus’ comments come in the wake of reports that he assisted in saving some GHc337, 685.60 million that was supposed to be the cost for auditing and reviewing contracts signed under the erstwhile John Mahama government by SSNIT.
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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Thieves break into armoury at police station

Police have stepped up a manhunt for the suspects who broke into the armoury of a police station at Daboya in the Northern region and made away with guns and ammunition.
The robbers stole the guns over the weekend after the only policeman who was on duty went home to rest claiming he was unwell.
Member of Parliament for Daboya, Mahama Shaibu, told Joy News the development has left residents apprehensive considering that it was a police station that had been attacked and arms were taken away.
Narrating what happened he said the station officer came back to the station on Sunday morning to find the charge office and armoury broken into.
According to him, two assault rifles, a single barreled gun and 60 rounds of ammunition had been taken from the armoury.
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Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Nigerian pastor accused of rape asks judge to step down

South African judge Mandela Makaula has dismissed an application by the Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso, who is accused of rape to recuse himself from the case.
Mr Omotoso's lawyer argued that the judge had shown some bias towards one of the witnesses, Cheryl Zondi.
South Africa is gripped by the rape trial of televangelist Pastor Omotoso taking place in the Port Elizabeth High Court and being broadcast live on television.
Mr Omotoso and his two co-accused are facing 63 charges which include rape, sexual assault and racketeering.
They have pleaded not guilty.
Through their lawyer, Peter Daubermann, they said that they would not receive a fair trial given the reaction by the public.
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