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Too Much P*rn Has Affected Your Brain – Social Media Roasts Oppong Nkrumah for Hypocritical Attack on Mahama



Social media users have descended on Minister of Information Kojo Oppong Nkrumah after he attacked former President Mahama.

Oppong Nkrumah claimed that Ghanaians should not vote for Mahama because if he comes into power, he will set up a family and friends government.

“In December 2016 when the elections were done and we were preparing for a transition, the administration of the day led by Mr. John Dramani Mahama was working hard to transfer almost 70% of Ghana’s bauxite deposit to a company known as Exton Cubic closely related to Mr. Mahama’s brother,” Nkrumah said during an NPP rally.

He added that Ghanaians should stick with the NPP because if the NDC comes back into power they will share all of Ghana’s money to Mahama’s family.

However, Ghanaians reacting to the Minister’s comments are roasting him for hypocrisy.

According to the comments, no party engages in family and friends than the NPP so the minister should keep quiet.

In fact one person hilariously said too much p*rn has affected the MP’s brain – referring to A Plus’ claim that Oppong Nkrumah used to come to his house to watch p*rn on a projector.



ECOWAS Should Be Known As Prosperous And Well Developed Community – Akufo-Addo




The Chairman of ECOWAS and Ghana’s President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has urged his fellow members to work towards building a united,economically prosperous community which will be of maximum benefit to it citizens of member States.

President Akufo-Addo revealed when he paid working visit to ECOWAS office in  Abuja , Nigeria.

“As we round off the implementation of ECOWAS Vision 2020, and finalise the development of Vision 2050, we should strive to make ECOWAS a Community in which our dreams of prosperity, peace, security, integration and development are realised for the well-being of its citizens.”he said.

The Chairman Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo recently held a meeting with the  leaders of Mali on how to handover the affairs of the country to a democratic leader.

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No nurses at major hospitals in Accra






There are no Nurses at major hospitals in the Greater Accra Metropolis, the Ghana News Agency’s (GNA) investigation at the facilities on Monday has revealed.

At the time of the visit, the GNA observed that only doctors were attending to patients, at facilities including; Accra Ridge hospital, Korle-Bu Teaching hospital and Adabraka Polyclinic.

A source at the Ridge hospital said some few nurses who were not in uniform were seen around, but could not confirm if they were working or not.

According to the source, the absence of the nurses had created a huge vacuum and was impeding the flow of work.

A number of patients the GNA interviewed appealed to the government to address the grievances for the nurses to return to work.

Papa Jones Quartery, a Patient urged the nurses to return to duty, while their leaders dialogued with the Government on their conditions of service.

“We plead with the nurses to have a human face because life lost as a result of strike cannot be reversed, but issues of money can be addressed,” he said.

The Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA) comprising all public sector nurses, midwives, Physician Assistants (PAs) and Anesthetists (CRAs) today embarked on a strike to demand improved conditions of service.

Although the National Labour Commission (NLC) had secured an interim injunction to restrain members of the Association from laying down their tools, the nurses say their strike is in full force.

Meanwhile, the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) had asked the nurses to back down on its intended strike and return to the negotiation table to have its grievances resolved.

According to the Commission, the government had shown enough commitment to have the concerns of the health staff resolved, and the labour action was in serious breach of the rules of engagement between the two sides.

In a letter from the FWSC detailing the extent of deliberations between the government and the nurses, the Commission said the strike by the GRNMA was illegal because both parties had in principle agreed to six out of the eight outstanding proposals as presented by the Association with a four-week time frame for further action following their last meeting on September 16, 2020.

Source: GNA


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Kwadwo Safo Jnr, CEO Of Kantanka Automobile Agrees To Help JHS Graduate Who Built His Own Car




Kwadwo Safo Jnr, chief executive officer (CEO) of Kantanka automobiles in an interview on Adom Fm has pledged to support Kelvin Odartey, the JHS graduate who built his own Tesla Model X car using scraps.

In a phone conversation on Adom FM, Kwadwo Safo Jnr, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Kantanka Car, said that his company is prepared to take him on board and give him the mentoring he needs to bring his thoughts to success.

He said Kelvin Odartei has the potential and they believe guiding and mentoring him will give his talent the leap it deserves.

“The boy needs a lot of mentoring and we at Kantanka are willing to teach him,”

he noted.

“I believe there are many of such people out there so I will soon launch a programme to unearth such talents,”

he added.


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