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Hon. Kennedy Agyapong detained for 6 hours over Ahmed Suale’s murder.



Kennedy Agyapong has admitted to being detained by the authorities at Houston Airport for close to 6 hours over the death of journalist Ahmed Suale.

According to the New Patriotic Party Member of Parliament for Assin Central, he was detained somewhere last week when he landed in the country for some business transactions.

In an interview monitored by modernnewsgh.com, Kennedy Agyapong himself admitted to his brief detention for more than 6 hours to answer questions about the death of Ahmed Suale, a protegé of Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

“I was detained for over five hours, I entered there around 3 and left around 8…,” he said, vowing to “drag Anas to the bottom of hell”.

“They asked me to sit step aside and ordered me to come in as they asked of my involvement in the death of Ahmed Suale…they said I directed people to beat him up which I answered that the fact that I asked people to beat him up didn’t mean I ordered his death…” Kennedy Agyapong said.

Kenned Agyapong added that he declined to call the Ambassador to Ghana because he committed no offense.

MP for Assin North, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong is currently being accused of the murder of Tiger Eye Private Investigations team member and partner of undercover investigative Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, Ahmed Hussein-Suale.

The Assin-Central MP himself offered a ¢100,000 reward to anyone who will volunteer information that would lead to the arrest of the killers of the investigative journalist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale.


Alleged Lesbian Who Got Married Is A Soldier – She’s Been Detained and Facing A Court Martial




Ghanaians were shocked to the bone Wednesday when a couple of videos hit the web showing two lesbians getting married.

The two ladies were dancing happily at what is believed to be their wedding and Ghanaians exploded with anger on social media.

According to latest updates modernnewsgh.Com.Com has learned, one of the two ladies involved (the taller one) is a soldier with the armed forces.

After the news went viral, she was detained by the armed forces and is reportedly facing a court-martial.

According to what modernnewsgh.Com.Com has learned, the lady in question has denied getting married. According to her the ceremony was not a wedding.

The military command are conducting investigations into whether the ceremony was a wedding but at the moment she’s being charged with giving out her uniform to a civilian.

The military judicial process continues today and modernnewsgh.Com will update followers with any new information we pick up.

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John Mahama To Address The Nation On Voter Register Anomalies Today




The Presidential Candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama will speak to the nation on the ongoing anomalies in the voters register today 24th September 2020.

The John Mahama campaign team is expected to touch on the voters exhibition and other issues related to the integrity of the voter’s register that has a serious implementations of undermining the peace and stability of the country ahead of the December polls.

The Electoral Commision have already released statement to describe the allegations from the opposition as unfounded.

The Electoral Commission started its voters exhibition exercise last week and has been faced with alot of criticisms from the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).


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Make coronavirus vaccine available to all – Akufo-Addo urges world powers





President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has called on world leaders to ensure that in the event that a vaccine is found for the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, it should be made available to the entire world and not the rich few.

There has been a debate among world super powers as to who gets to be first in line for a COVID-19 vaccine when one is discovered. United States health authorities hope by late next month to have some draft guidance on how to ration initial doses, but it’s a vexing decision and the developing world are those likely to be discriminated most should a vaccine be found.

Addressing the virtual 75th United Nations General Assembly via a pre-recorded video today, the 23rd of September 2020, President Akufo-Addo said the entire world has been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic together and so must rise out of it together.

“Mr. President, the lessons are clear we all fell together and looked into the abbeys together even as we closed our borders and shut airports, reality dawned on all of us that we had to rely on each other to be able to get out of the trouble that we were in. We have all gone down together, we should all rise together” President Akufo-Addo said.

“If the answer to this pandemic lies in finding a vaccine, that vaccine should be made available to the whole world, rich and poor alike, developed and developing, all races and all believes” President Akufo-Addo stated.

Election 2020

On the upcoming 7th December Presidential and Parliamentary elections in Ghana, the 8th of its kind under the fourth (4th) republican constitution of the nation, President Akufo-Addo said he is firm in his conviction that he will ensure a free, fair and peaceful election.

“The political season is at its height here in Ghana as we prepare for parliamentary and presidential elections in December. Like everything else in our world today, wven the politicking has been affected by the pandemic and we cannot campaign for votes in the style we are accustomed. It is a matter of great pride to me that in spite of the difficulties in conducting at election during a pandemic, I am able to state that all Ghanaians are agreed that we have to work together to ensure that the elections will be transparent, free, fair, safe and credible” President Akufo-Addo said.

To this end President Akufo-Addo indicated that his administration is “keenly aware of the reputation that Ghana has built as a tolerant and working democracy and for that matter, he has” every intention to nurture and improve on it”.

Financing for Developing Countries

Touching on the impact that COVID-19 has had on the world economy and particularly that of the developing world, President Akufo-Addo said the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has signaled that COVID-19 has brought in its wake, “a significant reduction in the financing available to developing economies”. The developed world and the United Nations thus have a responsibility to offer support to the developing world in order to help protect the gains that has been made by the developing world.

“The restructuring of the global financing architecture to enable access to fresh capital by developing nations now more than ever, is of immediate necessity” President Akufo-Addo said.

Source: Daily Mail

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