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V/R:Nine arrested in Akatsi North for attempting to cross Ghana-Togo border

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Nine persons including two Ghanaians and seven Nigeriens have been arrested by the Akanu Command of the Ghana Immigration Service in the Volta Region for attempting to cross into neighbouring Togo using unapproved routes.

The two Ghanaians were said to be leading the Nigeriennes who were travelling from Ashiaman but were all rounded up at Yegbekorpe, a village in the Akatsi North District.

Information available to Starrfm.com.gh indicates that all eight motorbikes being used for the journey have been handed over to the Ave-Dakpa police station, while the two Ghanaians have been detained for further action.

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SAD – Popular Ghanaian Pastor Commits Suicide Over Broken Heart

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A Ghanaian pastor has reportedly committed suicide over a broken heart.

Founder and leader of Healing Prayer Camp at Atopi Hill, Kasoa Ofaakor, Pastor Peter has killed himself after he caught his wife cheating.

According to reports, he caught his own wife red-handed sleeping with another man. Upon failing to emotional deal with the trauma, he has taken his own life.

A close source who confirmed the news has noted that the church, family and loved ones are devastated about the death of the man of God.

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Shocking video of Obinim bragging about how he saved June 3 disaster victims

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Leader of International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim, has opened up about the June 3 Circle disaster.

According to Obinim, he saved many victims spiritually during the disaster.

Bragging about his spiritual prowess to three of his junior pastors in a short video, Bishop Obinim said, Jesus prompted him about the twin disaster and tasked him to save his children.

Speaking in the Twi, he narrated: “I turned myself into a different person to save people, spiritually I turned into a different person and wore overall…I was sleeping when Jesus told me Obinim act fast, act fast, act fast to save people.

“I asked him why, and he replied there’s fire etc…So I locked my door and lied on my bed. My spirit left me and fast I went to Circle. When I got there, the fire was overwhelming. I saw only two church members…I acted fast to save them.

“But at a glance I saw a girl who was about to be burnt, then Jesus told me, she is not your child but she is a member of Dag Heward Mills. So save her because she’s a Christian. I acted fast and dived into the flood, held her at her back to pull her out…I worked for some people but they don’t know it is me,” he said.

In order to prove to his junior pastors that he was not lying to them, he reiterated that he is aware God will judge everyone one day, adding that, he’s only on earth for a special assignment.

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Coronavirus: Circle, Lapaz and DC sex workers return to work

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Commercial sex workers who ply their trade at Circle, Lapaz and Dansoman have returned to work amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s 10th national address on easing restrictions due to Ghana’s COVID-19 situation being milder and not killing people in the hundreds and thousands, as earlier feared saw many Ghanaians including commercial sex workers contented with the new directive.

Kasapafmonline’s lens on Monday evening at Circle, Bigot at Lapaz and Timberland at Dansoman saw many sex workers return to duty after President’s directive.

Interacting with some of the sex workers, they disclosed to Kasapafmonline that the lockdown and restrictions on close contact with each other left them ‘jobless’ and scrambling to survive amid the pandemic.

At Circle, most of the sex workers were seen wearing their nose masks and ensuring the social distance protocol between them and their clients when they are bargaining.

A young lady believed to be in her mid-twenties [20s] and a mother of two kids shared her plight with the News Team at Lapaz.

According to her, the Covid-19 directives halted her prostitution job that brings her income to cater for her two kids.

When asked why she is still in the prostitution business which is illegal and also a risky job with regards to contracting Sexual Transmitted Diseases, she sadly replied that she has tried so many trades but was unsuccessful.

A sex worker at Timberland, Dansoman said though they are aware of the Coronavirus pandemic, they are also careful not to contract the deadly disease.

According to her, they make sure that every client they speak to is wearing the nose mask.

Others say for their own safety, they only recommend hotels and guest houses where infrared or gun thermometers are available.

In Ghana, about 7 out 10 sex workers studied claimed to have begun working as a prostitute after their trading businesses collapsed.

Most prostitutes in Ghana are considered to be either seaters or roamers.

Seaters are a loosely organized group of women who tend to work from a common compound, attracting customers by sitting in the doorway of their rooms. They typically report to an older retired sex worker who settles disputes and raises credit if one of the women must pay a police fine.

Seaters are largely 30-45 years old and work in industrial centres. Roamers, however, tend to be 20-30 years old, work in coastal towns, and are usually better educated.

Source: Kasapa FM


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