Men with big balls are naturally born cheats – Stephanie Benson

Men with big balls are naturally born cheats – Stephanie Benson

Songstress Stephanie Benson has advised women to check the size of the balls of their spouses to know if they are cheats or otherwise According to her own way of ascertaining this, men who have bigger balls are not faithful and are prone to cheating in their relationship or marriages. However, men with small-sized balls do not cheat and are very faithful to their spouses to the end urging women to go for such persons instead.RELATED POSTS She mentioned that her husband has small balls hence he has been faithful…

I started free SHS in 2015/2016 academic year – Mahama

I started free SHS in 2015/2016 academic year – Mahama

Former President John Dramani Mahama has said he started the Free SHS policy which is the flagship initiatives of the Akufo-Addo administration. According to former President Mahama started the implementation of the free SHS in 2015. Speaking at Sienchem in the Asutifi South Constituency, Mr. Mahama told the gathering that he started the Free SHS programme, claiming it was meant for day students. Addressing them in Twi, he said, “Free SHS is good. If anyone stands anywhere and says that I, John Mahama, will cancel Free SHS tell the person…

VRA Hospital ‘exposed’ for charging rape victim GHC300 for medical forms

VRA Hospital ‘exposed’ for charging rape victim GHC300 for medical forms

The Chief of Akwamu Adumasa and renowned broadcaster, Nana Ansah Kwao IV and his wife, Gifty Anti, who is also a celebrated journalist has called on the state to as a matter of urgency check hospitals who are taking huge sums of money before they issue medical forms to rape victims. In a very heartbreaking post sighted on the Instagram page of Gifty Anti by zionfelix.net, she shared the ordeal a young girl went through in the hands of an unscrupulous man who decided to allegedly defile her countless times.…

Switzerland has rich relationship with Ghana – Ambassador

Switzerland has rich relationship with Ghana – Ambassador

The Ambassador of Switzerland to Ghana, Mr Phillip Stalder, has noted that Ghana and Switzerland have a rich and cordial relationship. His comment comes as President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo embarks on a two-day historic working visit to Switzerland on Friday and Saturday, 28 and 29 February 2020. Mr Akufo-Addo will be the first president of Ghana, since 1957, from a sub-Saharan country to visit Switzerland. The Swiss Ambassador to Ghana said at a press conference in Accra on Wednesday, 26 February 2020 that: “The bilateral relations between Ghana and…

ECG halts maintenance to reduce outages

ECG halts maintenance to reduce outages

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has halted maintenance works on its 6,623 transformers within the Greater Accra Region until ongoing works on the West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) are completed next month. The move was to ensure that day-time power outages that resulted from the shutdown of the transformers to allow for maintenance works were reduced to the barest minimum, the Managing Director of the ECG, Mr Kwame Agyeman-Budu, told the Daily Graphic in an interview yesterday. He said the works would remain on hold until ongoing works on…

University of Ghana SRC General Assembly members vote to suspend Speaker indefinitely

University of Ghana SRC General Assembly members vote to suspend Speaker indefinitely

The General Assembly of the University of Ghana Students’ Representative Council has unanimously voted to suspend its Speaker Rt. Hon. Emmanuel Kwaku Ampem Adjei over alleged incidents of misconduct and breach of parliamentary procedure. The vote, essentially a “vote of no confidence”, was made during the first sitting of the House to immediately relieve the Speaker from his duties as the chairperson of the General Assembly through. The General Assembly was acting on a motion raised by the Hon. John Acquah of the Mensah Sarbah Hall, to suspend the Speaker…

Health practitioners to abide by NHIS regulatory guidelines

Health practitioners to abide by NHIS regulatory guidelines

Healthcare practitioners have agreed to strictly adhere to the regulatory guidelines of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) to promote better health outcomes. The agreement follows a meeting by Management of the NHIA, representatives from the Ministry of Health, Medical & Dental Council and Health Facilities Regulatory Authority (HEFRA) and the leadership of the Ghana Physician Assistants Association on the 18th of February, 2020 to discuss issues pertaining to their credential status under the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS). A statement from the NHIA, to the Ghana News Agency said…

VIDEO: Nana Ama-Mcbrown under social media attack

VIDEO: Nana Ama-Mcbrown under social media attack

Popular Ghanaian Actress, Nana Ama Mcbrown is under heavy backlash for French kissing and licking the face and hands of her daughter, Baby Maxin. In an 18 seconds video, the Ghanaian actress was captured vigorously, licking her baby’s hands after she dipped it in a birthday cake. As though that was not enough, she later put her tongue in her daughter’s mouth whilst her husband and others looked on. Though people jumped to her defense saying it is a pure act of love and that African mothers could even go…

Juventus’ Famed Transfer Policy Has Weakened Their Pursuit of the Champions League

Juventus’ Famed Transfer Policy Has Weakened Their Pursuit of the Champions League

Paul Pogba, Andrea Pirlo, Fernando Llorente, Sami Khedira, Dani Alves, Emre Can, Adrien Rabiot, Aaron Ramsey. For the better part of a decade, Juventus have been famed and admired for their ability to bring in top players on free transfers (loose term). But their policy of cutting out transfer fees has made them greedier. Wednesday night’s loss at Lyon was a damning indictment of how far the club have fallen in their ill-judged and misguided attempts to win the Champions League. A side seventh in Ligue 1 managed to restrict…

Parliament approves $895.43m Pwalugu contract agreement

Parliament approves 5.43m Pwalugu contract agreement

Parliament yesterday, by a resolution, unanimously approved the $895.43-million contract agreement for the Pwalugu dam, irrigation, and hydro projects It followed the approval and adoption of a report by the joint committees on Mines and Energy, Agriculture and Finance by the Plenary. The projects, which will be financed by the government from the 2020 budget and part of the proceeds of the Eurobond issued last month, will be executed by PowerChina International Group Limited. The engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) turnkey contract agreement between the government of Ghana and PowerChina…