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80% East Legon Prostitutes Are Students – MCE For Ayawaso.

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The Municipal Chief Executive of Ayawaso West, Sandra Owusu Ahinkorah says 80% of prostitutes in her municipality are students.

Addressing the media on the surge in commercial sex activities in Ayawaso West, Sandra Owusu said most of the people who engage in the activity are students.

According to the MCE, she got to know this data from the Police who usually screens these prostitutes when arrested.

Another group from the police screening is the foreigners in Ghana.

Some of them have taken to commercial sex activities to cater for themselves.

One shocking revelation made by Sandra Owusu is, they found out one of the sex workers is a Pentecost elder.

Source:kingdom 107.7fm

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Menzgold Customers Sue Government

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Some Costumers of defunct Gold dealership and investment firm, Menzgold has dragged four Government agencies to court with claims they were negligence in all the happenings surrounding the company.

The agencies involved are Bank of Ghana (BoG), Economic and organized Crime Office (EOCO, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

The suit filed by Ms Amanda Clinton,(Head of Chambers at Clinton consultancy) on behalf of the Aggrieved customers, demands an amount of 11,402.000.00 in damages.

Ms Clinton believes her clients were at no fault investing in the company.

“Although courts do not readily award damages against public institutions, in some cases the court may impose liability in negligence where the authorities owe the claimants a duty of care (involving reasonable foreseeability of loss, sufficient proximity of relationship and where it would be fair, just and reasonable to impose a duty),”

to prevent the plaintiffs from investing in Menzgold Ghana Limited and in turn Brew Marketing Consult Limited and that the early identificati on and shutting down of an unregulated deposit-taking institution” by the defendants would have prevented them from investing in the same.

“Defendants did not follow their own internal policies when it comes to ponzi schemes, illegal deposit-taking and criminal enterprises including specifically laid down policies on how to detect a ponzi scheme: ‘unreasonable and unrealistic high returns, unregistered financial products that are difficult to understand, complex strategies to confuse victims, multi-layered complex and fairly new products, inadequate documentation on the product, paper work is not properly made out, poor administration, band-wagon signs and herd mentality and behaviour.’ Ms Clinton wrote in a statement of claim.

 

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Election 2020: “I shall accept the outcome of the December 7 polls” – Prez Akufo-Addo assures

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President Akufo-Addo has said he is ready to accept the outcome of the polls after the votes have been cast, counted and the winner announced on December 7 2020.

The president said that himself together with the New Patriotic Party (NPP) believes in democracy, election and rule of law thus they are ready to wholly accept the outcome of the election.

In a statement shared o social media, Akufo-Addo admonished Ghanaians that he is ready to ensure that Ghana is peaceful and safe before, during and after the entire electioneering process.

He wrote:

“I have said that we believe in elections, and I am happy to give my word that we shall accept the verdict of the people of Ghana. Above all, I pledge that the peace, unity and safety of Ghana will be our primary consideration.”

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Election 2020: Mahama and Akufo-Addo agree on peace for December 7 polls

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President Akufo-Addo and John Mahama have both agreed on peace for the December 7 polls.

This was sealed when the two signed a peace pact today to ensure that they together with their parties promote peace before, during and after the election.

According to Citinewsroom.com, They agreed to a six-point resolution read by Chief Justice Kwesi Anin Yeboah, and witnessed by Sheikh Dr Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, National Chief Imam, Reverend Dr Ernest Adu-Gyamfi, Chairman of the National Peace Council, Ogyeahohuo Yaw Gyebi II, President of the National House of Chiefs and Executive Director of the Institute for Democratic Governance.

The ceremony was attended by high profile personalities, including Dr Mohammed Ibn Chambas, Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for West Africa and the Sahel and Head of the United Nation Office for West Africa, Mrs Johnson Ellen Sirleaf, Former Liberian President and Head of ECOWAS Observer Team, Ms Diana Acconcia, Head of European Union Delegation to Ghana.

Also in attendance were Mrs Jean Mensa, the Chairperson, Electoral Commission, the leadership of the two major political parties, the clergy, traditional authorities, civil society organizations, heads of security agencies, the diplomatic community and the media.

The Third High-Level Meeting of the Presidential Elections Peace Pact 2020 was on the theme, “Eradicating Electoral Violence in Ghana’s Democracy; The Role of Political Leadership”.

It was organised under the auspices of Sheikh Dr Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, the National Chief Imam in collaboration with the National Peace Council, National House of Chiefs and the Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG) – the technical convenors of the ceremony.

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