Go to court like Akufo-Addo, NPP did over 2012 polls and stop the vandalism, destruction – Peace Council to NDC

Go to court like Akufo-Addo, NPP did over 2012 polls and stop the vandalism, destruction – Peace Council to NDC

The National Peace Council (NPC) has urged the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to call its supporters to order so they stop vandalising and destroying property as they protest and march against the results of the 7 December polls as declared by the Electoral Commission. This follows a series of demonstrations undertaken by supporters of the NDC across the country to drum home their rejection of the election results. Out of the 13,119,460 total valid votes cast, the incumbent, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), polled 6,730,587 votes…

Marriage is enslavement and I’ll never get into it – Mzbel

Marriage is enslavement and I’ll never get into it – Mzbel

Songstress Mzbel born Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah says she will never marry because marriage to her is slavery According to her, she does not want to be enslaved hence her decision to be a single mother rather than a married woman. The singer cum businesswoman made this known when she spoke in an interview with Delay. Mzbel said “I don’t want to ever get married, I will never get married, and I just don’t want to be a slave for any man”. Adding that “I want to be free and do things at…

Kevin-Prince Boateng’s second marriage ends in divorce

Kevin-Prince Boateng’s second marriage ends in divorce

Suspended Ghana international Kevin-Prince Boateng has announced a divorce from his TV presenter wife Melissa Satta after four years of marriage. Boateng, 33, married Melissa, 34, in 2016 but rumours of their separation have been frontpage tabloid news in Italy for over a year. The Monza star took to his social media pages to announce that the couple has decided to terminate their relationship permanently but will remain close because of their son Maddox. He posted: “After a period of separation, we have decided to terminate our relationship permanently, in…

Road Traffic amendment bill protecting unborn children passed

Road Traffic amendment bill protecting unborn children passed

Parliament has passed the Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill, 2020 which is targeted at protecting the unborn child on the roads. The bill seeks to amend the Road Traffic Act, 2004 (Act 683) to proscribe acts that constitute dangerous driving and cycling that result in injury and or death of unborn children and related matters. If assented to, the bill will ensure that the law recognises the loss of an unborn child as a separate and distinct loss and not only an injury suffered by a pregnant woman. Besides, it will…

More than 80 ministers ‘waste of our resources’ – Agyinasare; suggests slash, as he sends 10-point note to new gov’t

More than 80 ministers ‘waste of our resources’ – Agyinasare; suggests slash, as he sends 10-point note to new gov’t

A small country like Ghana having more than 80 ministers of state at the presidency is a waste of resources, Most Rev Dr Charles Agyinasare has said in his sermon on Sunday, 20 December 2020. In a 10-point note to the incoming government about the things it should and should not do, the Presiding Bishop of Perez Chapel International said the number of ministers in the next government must reduce. He said: “A small country like ours that is always having a budget deficit and looking for foreign aid to…

66-year-old man dies in a hotel room as his 25-year-old side chick ‘vanishes’

66-year-old man dies in a hotel room as his 25-year-old side chick ‘vanishes’

A man believed to be in his late 60s who checked into a hotel room with a 25-year-old lady believed to be his side chick has died under mysterious circumstances and the whereabouts of the lady currently unknown The man who gave his name as William Agyei, called at his guest house onboard a red Toyota Corolla with registration number ER 1614-17 and lodged at room 40 of the guest house located at Effiduase off Akwadum road in the Eastern Region. At about 12noon on Sunday when his receptionist wanted…

We won’t go – Kantamanto fire victims reject gov’t’s temporary settlement

We won’t go – Kantamanto fire victims reject gov’t’s temporary settlement

Some traders whose stalls and wares were destroyed in the Kantamanto fire disaster in Accra say they will not relocate to the car park of the Accra Railway Station as offered by the government. The angry traders wore red and chanted war songs in protest to their intended relocation. They fear losing their spots at the Kantamanto market once they move. The market was engulfed in flames on Tuesday night, 15 December 2020). It destroyed goods and property worth millions of cedis. Personnel of the Ghana National Fire Service battled…

Kalybos ‘shakes’ after Bibi Bright’s attack

Kalybos ‘shakes’ after Bibi Bright’s attack

Ghanaian comic actor Kalybos has opened up about his security after Bibi Bright’s auto burglary at a restaurant off the Wisconsin University road in Accra. Speaking to MzGee on TV3’s Simply Showbiz over the weekend, the actor disclosed that he was very worried about his safety after Bibi Bright shared the incident in a social media group. He said the situation forced him to abandon his car temporarily and use public transport. “I am worried very about my safety. We belong to the same group who campaigned for the NPP. She first…

Africans with English names are mentally enslaved – KKD

Africans with English names are mentally enslaved – KKD

Celebrated Broadcaster Kwasi Kyei Darwkah popularly known as KKD says it’s time for the people of Ghana bearing English names emancipated themselves from mental slavery. To him, bearing an English name as an African is an indication that regardless of the fact that slavery ended so many years ago, the whites still have an influence in the lives of Africans. KKD believes that the Europeans who were colonial masters forced English names on the people of Africa in an attempt to wipe the African culture out and therefore bearing an…

I’ll come back stronger – Dumelo, as he finally concedes defeat

I’ll come back stronger – Dumelo, as he finally concedes defeat

Actor-turned-politician, John Dumelo has hinted a comeback in the next elections to contest in the parliamentary elections. This follows his defeat to the incumbent Member of Parliament (MP), Lydia Seyram Alhassn in the Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency in the just-ended 2020 general elections. Mr Dumelo, via social media, stated that even though he had issues with some irregularities in the conduct of the elections, he has decided to put Ghana first and allow peace to prevail.    “I may not be satisfied with the final results or the irregularities that…