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John Mensah gets married PDF Print E-mail

Information reaching News-One indicates that former Black Stars captain, John Mensah, will be mar­rying a new wife on Saturday, November 15.

 

The only information on John's wife-to-be is that her name is Mimi and she is a well brought up beautiful lady from a Christian home.

 

Reports say on Saturday John and Mimi will be having a traditional marriage ceremony, after which they will have a white wedding before the end of the year.

 

The venue for Saturday's marriage ceremony is being kept away from the media and will be a strictly by invita­tion ceremony reserved for close family and friends.

John and his former wife officially divorced early this year. They were married for over ten years during which period they had four children.

 
Daily Graphic journalist beaten by Asamoah Gyans brother gets sacked PDF Print E-mail

The Ashanti Regional Editor of the state-owned Daily Graphic, Daniel Kenu, has been sacked.

 

The dismissal is in connection with Mr. Kenu's withdrawal of an assault case involving brother of Black Stars' captain, Asamoah Gyan.

 

Baffour Gyan was arrested together with another for assaulting the Graphic editor who asked Asamoah Gyan a question they considered offensive at a press conference in Kumasi.

 
When refuse dump becomes the Smokers ‘Paradise’ PDF Print E-mail

Many substance abusers in Aflao-Dekeme have pitched camp close to the biggest refuse dump in the area, a situation that has left many residents in utter shock.
Over 150 smokers sit for many hours close to a refuse dump to smoke banned substances such as Indian hemp, heroin and cocaine in the full

glare of the public at a spot they commonly refer to as the ‘base’.
This group of young men, mostly in their twenties appears not to be bothered by the pungent smell which emanates from the refuse dump and which ironically serves as place of convenience for several residents.

Unlike other places where smokers of banned substances practice their trade in secrecy, the situation is different here at Dekeme where the smokers practice their trade in public and pride themselves as members of the smoking fraternity.
The failure of Ketu South Municipal assembly to clear this 36-year old refuse dump has perhaps given respite to the smokers.

 
BUHARI IS NIGERIA'S PRESIDENT-ELECT; GOODLUCK CALLS TO CONGRATULATE PDF Print E-mail
Defeated President Goodluck Jonathan has called opposition leader Muhammadu Buhari to congratulate him for a historic victory which has seen an opposition party win a first-ever presidential election in Nigeria.
 
Buhari' All Progressive Congress won by an excess of two million votes after polling 14,954,400 to beat Jonathan's People's Democratic Party which polled 12,827,522.
 
NIGERIA'S GOODLUCK JONATHAN: FIVE REASONS WHY HE LOST Source: BBC | posted by MD PDF Print E-mail
Nigerians are so used to the idea that an incumbent should win presidential elections that President Goodluck Jonathan's failure to beat Gen Muhammadu Buhari needs some explaining. Here are five reasons why the opposition won:
 
1: Harder to rig
Past elections have been marred by serious irregularities and suspicions of rigging. In 2007 observers said the presidential poll was not "credible". In 2011 the vote was considered to be better run but observers said that rigging and fraud still took place.
 
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