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WAEC Announces Date For Release Of 2020 WASSCE Results 



West African Examination Council (WAEC) has announced the date for the release of the 2020 WASSCE results.

According to credible report, if anything goes well as planned, the provisional results will be released earlier next month (November).

Mr George K Ohene Mantey, who is the Head of Test Administration Division disclosed that the process is still ongoing and will be released soon if no error is detected.

“After the marking process of the scripts and other stages, members of the general public are to expect the release of the results by WAEC from October ending or the first week of November this year.

“If there are not too many errors then hopefully by ending of October or early first week of November we will release the WASSCE results ….so probably the first week of November”.





We were misled to thump print a ‘dubious’ document- Tindaamas apologize to Tongraana



The Talensi Tindaam Association led by its Chairman, Separt Tindan Kenkenbil Belbazaa at a stakeholders meeting well attended by all the Tindaamas, the thirty divisional chiefs within Talensi, the Rock Union, the Talensi District Chief Executive, the Deputy Regional Police Commander and other opinion leaders at Gbeogo school for the deaf conference Hall, sent a strong warning to people they (Tindaamas) described as ‘development vampires’ to desist from creating tension and division among traditional authorities.

The Tindaamas however passionately apologized to the Tongraan and the Talensi Traditional Council for ignorantly allowing the ‘development vampires’ to mislead them into signing ‘dubious’ documents.

On October 12, 2020, a news item published on www.starrfm.com.gh with the title “Tension in Talensi as eleven Tindaama clash with Tongraan over Chinese miners” which sort to portray a division and insecurity in the Talensi Traditional area.

According to the ‘dubious’ publication as the Chairman of the Tindaamas Association described it highlighted certain alleged control of power and land ownership by His Royal Highness the Tongraan which the Tindaamas disagreed.

The quoted statements in the said news publication were part of letters purportedly written and endorsed by the Tindaamas to the Environmental Protection Agency and to the Tongraan over a land issue concerning Earl International Group Gold Limited. The two different statements according to the Tindaamas is not coming from them but rather brought to them by one C.K Bukari to thumb print without explaining the content of the documents to them due lack of access to formal education and lack of understating of western education.

At the stakeholders meeting at Gbeogo school for the deaf, the Talensi Tindaam Association Chairman, Separt Tindan Kenkenbil Belbazaa in Talensi dialect in an angry mood expressed his disappointments over how some ‘so called’ literates in the traditional area make mockery of the Tindaamas by deceiving them to endorse ‘dubious’ documents for their own selfish interest.

“We were at our various palaces when C.K Bukari brought some documents for some of our members to endorse and we did not know the content of the documents but rather told us is about securing our land boundaries. If we had known that, those documents were targeting the Tongraan, we would have rejected and discipline ‘our so-called educated children’. When they came to me to thumb print the documents, I told them I will not do that because I do not know the genesis of the issue” Separt Tindan apologized to Tongraan and other stakeholders at the meeting.

Other Tindaamas present at the meeting also expressed their frustrations and disappointments over the ‘well calculated attempts to tarnish the image of Talenteng and the Tongraan. Tindan Jenat who received Mosore the ancestral chief of Talensi, collaborated well and made Talenteng what it is today, so for C.K Bukari and his group to want to use we the Tindaamas for their selfish interest is unfortunate’ one of the Tindaamas angrily stated.

“The Tongraan has never interfered in our duties and sacrifices but rather help us to carry out our responsibilities, we do not have any problem with the Tongraan and we need unity and development in Talenteng” another Tindaana stated.

The Tongraan has never interfered in our duties and sacrifices but rather help us to carry out our responsibilities, we do not have any problem with the Tongraan and we need unity and development in Talenteng” another Tindaana stated.

His Royal Highness Tongraan Kugbilsong Nalebgetang, the paramount chief of the Talensi Traditional Area welcomed all ideas and suggestions during the council’s deliberations. He wholeheartedly accepted the apologies from the Tindaamas and pledged to continue working with them as the custodians of the lands of Talenteng. He urged them to continue to appease the gods of Talenteng for peace, unity and development.

The District Chief Executive for Talensi Dr Christopher Boatbil who was present at the traditional council meeting thanked the traditional council for inviting him and the District Assembly to witness proceedings and to make their inputs. Dr. Christopher Boatbil said the District Security Council is following every security and instability in the district and has since made progress in resolving them and he is assuring the traditional council of DISEC’s collaboration in maintaining peace and order in the district.

The Talensi Rock union Chairman, Albert Nabil and the secretary Mourice Korah represented the union as observers. “We would like to commend the Tongraan and the Traditional Council for inviting us to this very important meeting which we think will ‘kill’ any doubt of possible disunity in Talenteng and as union that seeks the development of the area, we are assuring the Traditional council of our support in any capacity that will strengthened unity and cohesion in Talenteng”, Albert Nabil stated.

The Deputy Upper East Regional Police Commander, DCOP Alexander Amenyoh who represented the Police Commander, expressed his satisfaction on the outcome of the meeting while commending the Tindaamas for their maturity towards the sensitive issues discussed at the meeting. He reminded the Traditional Council of the need to promote peace especially in this election year.


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News In: Diego Maradona Kicks The Bucket



Football star, Diego Armando Maradona has been confirmed dead at age 60.

According to reports, he died from cardiac arrest. He died in his home in Tigre, Argentina.

Maradona had been recuperating from the removal of a blood clot on the brain.

Maradona, regarded as one of the greatest footballers of all time, helped Argentina win the World Cup in 1986, the pinnacle of an illustrious career.

He played club football for Boca Juniors, Napoli and Barcelona among others and was adored by millions all over the world for his brilliant skills.

Maradona was responsible for the infamous ‘Hand of God’ that eliminated England from the 1986 tournament.

His career was also tinged with controversy because of drug and alcohol addiction.

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Akufo-Addo directs needy student who scored 8As to be given full scholarship



President of the Republic of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has directed the Ghana Scholarship Secretariat to grant full scholarship to one Thomas Amoaning of Adeiso Senior High School.

Master Amoaning is reported to have scored 8As in the 2020 West Africa Senior Schools Certificate Examinations (WASSCE).

His plight made rounds on social media given his background.

“As a normal practice and taking into consideration the socio-geographical background of the student, HE the President has expressly directed the Ghana Scholarships Secretariat to grant full scholarship award to the student for his tertiary studies,” a release from the Secretariat on Tuesday, November 24 said.

“The Scholarships Secretariat has subsequently established contact with the student and parents and will on Friday 27th November, 2020 pay a visit to the family to discuss their needs in detail,” the release signed by Registrar of the Secretariat Kingsley Agyemang said.

Meanwhile, the Secretariat announces for the information of WASSCE graduates that there will be a “big announcement” on Tuesday, December 1.

“The retooled Ghana Scholarships Secretariat is now strategically positioned to effectively deliver on its mandate of awarding scholarships to Ghanaians for tertiary education,” the release said.


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