Businessman and a former member of the Council of State, Alhaji Asoma Banda, has said leader of the main opposition NPP, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo can never be president of Ghana.
In a yet-to-be-televised interview on local television station TV3, Banda seeks to justify his battering of Akufo-Addo, saying: “The truth is he [Nana Akufo-Addo] can never be president… You see, to be a President, Kwasi, you must have certain structure, intelligence.”
Millions of people around the world look to the lines on their palms talk to discover about their character and destiny. It has recently been revealed that those who have the letter M on the palm are said to be very special indeed.
If you have this feature on your palm then you are said to be especially gifted, you possess great intuition and have an entrepreneurial spirit.
People with this on their palm are not the type who lie. And they don’t appreciate being lied to.
Due to high levels of intuition they will always catch you out if you lie or cheat.
Women who have letter M on the palm generally are said to have stronger intuition than men.
Letter ‘M’ people have the power to make the necessary changes they need in life. So it is vital to seize the opportunities that arise.
According to folk tradition many well known people from the past including prophets and great leaders had this sign on their palm.
If do have this letter ‘M’ on your palm, each time you look down at it, let it remind you that you are a special person and are capable of achieving anything you want in life.
“I know Nana Akufo-Addo; he is a very good man… He is very sincere man. He means what he said. The same with President Mahama. Nice man. Very sincere as well. He is one of those people who wouldn’t hide what he feels about your work. The few times I have met President Mahama, I see him as a very cool man, it’s the same with Nana Akufo-Addo.”
Former TV3 news anchor Rosemond Nana Aba Anamoah has said “hell no” to the two dominant parties in Ghana.
Even though many have said that she has a mild spot for the ruling party, Nana Aba said “hell no” to both the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) when asked by Bola Ray on the Starr FM’s Starr Chat on Wednesday.
Speaking on the show, she denied having a political bias.
“I don’t support any political party,” continuing that, “I was having a conversation with a friend of mine the other day, asking will you vote for President Mahama or will you vote for Nana Addo. I said their manifestos are not even out. I have to read their manifestos to be convinced that Nana Akufo-Addo has what it takes to be president.”
“So when I hear people on radio for instance insulting Nana Akufo-Addo, calling him all sorts of names that Nana Akufo-Addo is an arrogant man or President Mahama is a corrupt man. I just say these are things that are being made up. You don’t know this people from Adam. You don’t know them. It breaks my heart. My heart bleeds when I hear people insulting some of our political leaders, especially Nana Akufo-Addo and President Mahama.”
A few months ago we reported on a Ghanaian woman living in the US who decided to apply her critical thinking skills to commit fraud, which led to her arrest and being hit with serious charges in court.
Vida Causey appeared in court on Tuesday, pleading guilty to three charges of conspiracy to commit Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits fraud, SNAP fraud and money laundering.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program is one the US government’s welfare programs, formerly known as the food stamps. Vida who owns a J&W Aseda Plaza, a convenience store on Main Street in the city bought Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) funds from people, paying 50 cents for a SNAP worth a dollar and then later have the USDA electronically deposit the full money into bank accounts she owned.
Over four years, she garnered $3,638,900 through her fraudulent activities, until a thorough investigation brought her down.
The Telegram reports…
“A plea agreement submitted by the prosecution noted that the government has already seized about $125,000 from various bank accounts in the defendant’s name, and the agreement obliges Ms. Causey to pay the remainder of the money plus fines.
“Judge Timothy S. Hillman accepted the guilty plea and scheduled Ms. Causey to return to court for sentencing in March. Ms. Causey could face up to 35 years in prison for the charges, but defense lawyer Edward P. Ryan Jr. said that in a plea agreement, the prosecutor had recommended a sentence of 4 years for the charges in a plea agreement. The plea agreement also recommends 3 years of probation, according to court documents. Mr. Ryan said he would recommend a lesser sentence in March. He said Ms. Causey had no comment on the case.”
With all the many productive ways we can use Whatsapp—some Ghanaians constantly decide to disgrace themselves aided by this platform.
And the latest set of audios to reach GhanaCelebrities.Com is from a certain cheap lesbian who decided to wash her dirty clothes of her partners in broad day light—saying all manner of disgusting stuff.
It’s shocking that a woman of 37 years could record these messages—more also, considering the lesbian stigma in our communities, this woman must really be bold or shameless to go on these rants.
She says a lot and most of them will get you to open your mouth in total shock and disgust.
Just click on play below and listen.
2012 BET award winner for best International act (Africa), Sarkodie, has said he is not rich.
Despite being ambassador for Samsung, Fan Milk Ghana, and Tigo, as well as C.E.O of Sark Clothing, the hip-hop artiste insists he is not rich.
Speaking with Class FM’s entertainment presenter Natalia Andoh, he said anyone, who is able to quantify his wealth is not rich at all.
For him, his wealth is the music he makes and the fact that he is growing so much, as far as his passion for the love of music is concerned.
Sarkodie said his major concern has never been about money, but appreciates the fact that he can afford the few things he wants.
The two-time Ghana Music Awards Artiste of the Year was ranked number six by MTV on their list of Hottest African MCs in 2014.
Some few months ago, he released his fourth album, titled ‘Mary,’ dedicating it to his grandmother who died in 2012.
The album features live instrumentals. Sarkodie featured artistes like Efya, Akwaboah, Mugeez, Chase, and Obrafour.