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Pastors’ wives sometimes fight over sex – Osofo Maame admits PDF Print E-mail

sexWife of a renowned church Pastor has expressed displeasure over how some men of God emotionally abuse their wives in the name of prayer and fasting (waiting).

A mother of three who only gave her name as ‘Osofo Maame Beckey” in an interview with Maame Akua, host of award-winning Abrabo show on Asempa FM, said it is an undeniable fact that some pastors’ wives are only enjoying their husbands fame and not their marriages.

According to her, there have been times when she had to quarrel and fight with her husband over sex because he does not alert her whenever he is fasting or waiting upon God.

Last Updated on Sunday, 12 October 2014 22:26
Allow Muslim students to worship in school - Chief Zongo PDF Print E-mail

The Sarkin Zongo of Cape Coast, Alhaji Mahmoud Dandey Mazawaje IV, has expressed concern about the refusal of some authorities of Senior High Schools in the Metropolis to allow Muslim students practice their religion.

He said reports reaching him indicated that some Muslim students were compelled to attend church services and prevented from attending Muslim events such as congregational prayers during Muslim festivals.

The Sarkin Zongo, who expressed the sentiment at the weekend, therefore, appealed to the Government to intervene to ensure that their right to freedom of worship, as enshrined in the national constitution, was not trampled on.

He made the appeal when hundreds of orthodox Muslims converged at the Holy Child Grounds to mark this year's Eid-Ul-Adha Celebration, a Muslim festival of sacrifice celebrated to mark Ibrahim’s obedience to God to sacrifice his son Ismail.

Lady suffers severe burns after Winneba transformer explosion PDF Print E-mail

Betty ArkoA 27-year old teacher last Saturday sustained severe burns after a power transformer exploded at Winneba in the Central Region.

Betty Arko suffered the burns after the blast caused her television set to explode and catch fire even though she was many miles from the scene of the blast.

Betty Arko's accident happened in her home in Swedru, which is about 30 kilometres from Winneba.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 16:31
7-year-old girl drowns in galamsey pit in Eastern Region PDF Print E-mail

A 7 year old girl has drowned in a galamsey pit at Apapam, a community at Kyebi in the Eastern Region.

The little girl, in the company of her siblings was asked to fetch water form a nearby river when the incident occurred.

Kyebi Divisional Police Commander, DSP Emmanuel Issaka revealed to Joy News investigations that a pond created by the activities of galamsey had accumulated water and was left open at the time of the girl's visit to fetch water at the river.

He said the little girl unknowingly slipped and fell into the pit. She was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital.

Last Updated on Monday, 06 October 2014 22:09
Ebola outbreaks in Nigeria, Senegal, appear contained: CDC reports PDF Print E-mail

Efforts to contain the Ebola outbreaks in Nigeria and Senegal appear to have succeeded, even as the virus continues to spread in the hardest-hit West African countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, U.S. and African health officials said on Tuesday.

In Nigeria, no new cases of Ebola have occurred since 31 August, "suggesting that the Ebola outbreak in Nigeria might have been contained," according to one of three reports released on Tuesday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 16:42
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