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Man Dies From ‘Too Much Sweetness’ During Sex

A Malawi newspaper the Nyasa Times is reporting that a man died in the commercial city of Blantyre after engaging “himself beyond the limit of sexual frenzy.” Fletcher Jere died ‘riding’ a commercial sex worker because of “too much sweetness” in the densely inhabited township of Ndirande the paper reported.

Police spokeswoman Edina Ligowe (pictured) confirmed the story in an interview with the Daily Times saying “Jere died of too much sexual excitement and sweetness.” Police said they are treating the issue only as sudden death.


Jere is said to have passed because of “cardiogenic shock”—a technical term described by those in the know as a state in which the heart fails to supply blood to the rest of the body—during the sexual encounter.
Police spokeswoman Ligowe added that that the sex worker will not be prosecuted because she committed no crime by being “too much sweet” for the man. The Nyasa Times reported that Jere had desperately wanted to ‘sleep’ with a woman and nature pushed him to the edge.

When he could not get any sex from anywhere else, he resorted to find it from a prostitute. Jere is said to have found the prostitute in Ndirande and quickly engaged himself into romps to quench his libido.

“The man was busy enjoying himself and suddenly fell off the bed. The prostitute, who got scared, called her neighbours to come and see what had happened. They found the man dead,” said the source.

It is not clear however if Jere had a medical condition that could have sent him to the grave but what is clear is the fact that he died during the sex escapade.

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10 Words Only Known To Ghanaians

Ghana is a super interesting country where we come up with our own special terms and phrases.

We don’t know how some of these words came to existence but interestingly, they’ve been accepted by the masses.

If you’re a foreigner, you may never know what these words actually mean.

So what are some of these words we are talking about? Let’s have a look.

1. Item 13 – Refreshment

After meetings in Ghana, there is something known as “Item 13” which actually means, refreshment. It is widely used by Ghanaians but this might stump foreigners because they can hardly tell what it means.

This came about because, usually in meetings, number 13 on the list of the agenda is usually refreshment.

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2. Agartha – Sweeties/Candies

In Ghana, most of us used to refer to candies/sweeties as “Agartha”. As to how we got the name, only God knows.


3. Mate – Bus Conductor

Every bus conductor in Ghana is popularly known as a “mate”, may be what we trying to say is, he’s the driver’s mate.


4. Graphic – Newspaper

There are many newspapers in the country but unfortunately we refer to them all as graphic.


5. Knock out – Fireworks or Firecrackers

Every Ghanaian calls every kind of fireworks(the correct name) “knock out”. This moniker gained ubiquity when during a certain period, the most popular firework brand sold in Ghana was Knockout.



6. Home-Used – Used [insert product]

This actually refers to slightly-used products. Interestingly, we believe overseas is rather “Home” than our native land.

7. Cambuu – Sneakers

If you should hear this anywhere, don’t panic, it simply means sneakers.



8. Chale Wote – Flip-flops 

Flip-flops do not come with the English word as you know it, it has a special name in Ghana, “Charle Wote” which means “Charle let’s go” denoting how easy it is to wear.



9. Borga – Returnee

If you’re in Ghana and you hear people call you “Borga”, please don’t be offended. This is used for those who traveled abroad and returned to the country.



10. Dropping – Charter

Please don’t go fighting over this word, it is just a simple word that means “charter” and not the droppings of an animal.

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Ghanaian Celebrities Who Don’t Spare Their Critics

They are straight to the point and wont pamper you if you try getting on their bad side.

They know they are celebrities and role models but if you step on their toes, they wont waste time to put you in your place. These celebrities do not have any problem going public with their issues or descending into the gutter with you.

However, on a good day when they don’t feel like “dirtying” themselves, ask them a question they deem stupid and you’re sure to get a very sarcastic answer which wouldn’t be too far from an insult.

Here are 10 most sarcastic Ghanaian celebrities.

1. Afia Schwarzenegger

Afia is noted for her public outbursts which are mostly against colleague celebrities. She is the queen of hard talk and insults. She wont let you go free without a comment that’ll sting you. Aside being outright abusive verbally, she has mastered the art of being sarcastic.



2. Yvonne Nelson

She’s not like Afia Schwarzenegger but her words are acidic. Yvonne can go straight insultive but sarcasm is more like her thing. Tell her something silly and she’ll respond with a much sillier answer that’ll get you thinking for days.



3. Juliet Ibrahim

She comes across as a very quiet and unassuming person but take a walk through her social media pages and you’ll get to know her well. She’s the fire-4-fire kind of person. Make a bad remark or comment on her post and you’ll regret.

image: Juliet Ibrahim/Instagram


4. Lydia Forson

For someone who writes a letter to Arch Bishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams asking him to come marry her to make her complete, you’ll know that she’s a very sarcastic person. Her letters which she writes to address certain issues are always full of sarcasm.

lydia forson


5. MzBel

A lot of people say she’s very arrogant. This is simply because she wouldn’t let anyone bring her down with a negative or bad comment. She’ll respond with equal fire power. She can be very abusive verbally but on a good day, you’ll get away with a sarcastic response from her.



6. Shatta Wale

Need we say anything about this gentleman? He’s the king of verbal abuse.

shatta wale


7. Nana Aba Anamoah

She’s not straight insulting but very sarcastic. Any issue that she’s got to respond, she does so with a sarcastic response that rather worsens issues.

Image: Elliot Grandberry/1Grandberry/Instagram


8. Kennedy Agyapong

So he’s not one without controversy over his public outbursts. He is always ready to match anyone boot for boot. He’s a rich Ashanti man so sarcasm is not something new to him.



9. Abeiku Santana

He looks cool and all but one word from this gentleman can kill thousand people. He doesn’t go down the insults avenue but his words will hurt you. Listen to his radio programme and you’ll get to understand what I’m talking about.


10. Asiedu Nketiah

He’s the ultimate definition of sarcasm. Ask him any question or his response to anything and his sarcasm comes to play without any hesitation.

aseidu nketia

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Pappy Kojo Is Not Influential – Princess Ada

Radio personality, Adaeze Onyinyechie Ayoka aka Princess Ada has, said that Pappy is only popular and fashionable but has no influence on the masses.

Earlier this morning Ada called in on Ampluzz to contribute to the topic “influential beyond popularity among Ghanaian celebrities”. In her submission she stated that being popular doesn’t necessarily make one influential.

She cited the “Awa” hit maker Pappy Kojo as one of the many artistes in Ghana who are popular but do not influence the masses in anyway.

“…Ok Sammy from where I sit when you mention Pappy Kojo I wouldn’t want to listen to his music twice cos nothing about that dude helps the youth…” this she included in her submission.

Ada is an on-air personality with Global Media Alliance. In 2015 she was in the news for being kidnapped and raped.

Ada is currently running a foundation to support mental patients in the country.

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Avram Grant retracts bull***t comment

“An African team can achieve this target but it is a process, if you follow the process you do what is necessary to do and if this nation will concentrate on football not the bullshit, yes just the football because there is a lot of passion and enjoy working with people. We need to concentrate on the steps to reach higher and higher level.”

Those are the words of Israeli coach Avram Grant who was obviously livid about the line of questioning of Ghanaian journalists after Ghana’s 3-1 victory over Mozambique.

The former Chelsea boss was asked whether he endorsed the actions of his agent, Saif Rubie, who has taken to twitter to try gain attention for himself by consistently passing comments to infuriate the Ghanaian media.

However, exactly seven days after that comment from Grant, he has retracted his statement through the media communications of the Ghana FA.

“First, I withdraw this word. Just the thing I will like to say is I love Ghana and I respect Ghanaians and I care about the Ghanaian team,” he told the Ghana FA Communication Division.

“What I wanted to say is we need everybody not to focus on the unnecessary thing, only to focus about the most important thing that our leaders that can make the change can focus on the important things that can take us forward and not about negative things.”

It will be interesting to see the reaction this response will elicit especially after his comments generated much fury amongst Ghanaian football fans, media and administrators.


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British High Commissioner mocks Obinim over TV closure

The British High Commissioner to Ghana, Jon Benjamin, has mocked the head pastor and founder of the International God’s Way Church, ‘Bishop’ Daniel Obinim after his TV station OB TV was shut down by the National Communications Authority (NCA).

On his twitter handle, the High Commissioner said, “Oh no – Obinim’s TV channel has been taken down? Maybe he can reappear in animal form on discovery channel?.”


The National Communication Authority (NCA) has explained that it took off nine TV channel on the K-Net platform because they violated Section 2(4) of the Electronic Communications Act 2008, Act 775.

The act says “a person shall not operate a broadcasting system or provide a broadcasting service without a frequency authorisation by the Authority [NCA]”.

A nine channels that were taken off air on Wednesday are OB TV, ATV, Clive TV, ECN, Zoe TV, BTA, Care TV, Kessben TV, and Elijah TV.

A statement by the NCA said as per the provisions of the law any person or entity seeking to operate a system for the provision of broadcasting services has to obtain an authorisation from the Authority.

“Multimedia Broadcasting Limited has an authorisation to provide Free to Air Satellite Television services, branded Multi TV.

“However, the NCA observed that over a period of time a number of TV stations were operating over satellite in Ghana in the Ku Band frequency (12522MHz on the Astra 2F satellite) without authorisation from the Authority. The NCA consequently directed that these stations be taken off the satellite.”


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I Choose JM

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The slogan, “I Choose JM” is seriously making waves, and whoever created this powerful catchphrase must be commended. This latest buzz phrase is on the lips of many – young and old across the length and breadth of the country.
But it is not enough to choose JM if we really love him. We need to push ourselves further to ensure his victory in the 2016 presidential election for him to realise his vision for our dear nation. And I have an idea. In John:1:41 of the Bible, when Andrew first met Jesus, the first thing he did was to tell his brother Simon about the good news. This is what I call the Andrew Project, and I want the same approach to be used to lead people to JM.
So, aside deciding to choose JM, there is the need for each “chooser of JM” to also be a champion of the Andrew Project by convincing at least 3 people to join the “I Choose JM” excitement, and telling them the good work our friend and president is doing.
It will take a very long time in the history of Ghana for us to have a courageous leader as President Mahama. I was amazed about his bravery regarding his speech on gay rights at the Scottish Parliament recently.
Hear him: “My country is a circular one, made up of Christians, Muslims, and traditional believers. Non of these sects accepts gayism and lesbianism.  As a leader, once the people I rule abhor these things, I cannot accept these cultures on the grounds of human rights. Despite our challenges, our nation stands paramount against any other foreign interest.”
What a wow! That notwithstanding, the sad part of it all is that while others outside the shores of Ghana are slapping their hands for the young man from Bole, the “Wisemen” of the land who are expected to applaud this laudable move have lost their voices. God have mercenaries! Eiiii, sorry, God have mercy! Who just whispered that the “nyasafuo” found their voices on the issue of the 2 Gitmo guys but have remained reticent of the importation of mercenaries into the country?
I haven’t said it amounts to double standards oo, yoo. Please let me sit my somewhere and think of myself. If you have any problem please go and look for the Wisemen. You can shout, ” Nyasafuoo eiii, where are you?”
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So, you see, what some people are doing in this country is not, not, not. Let’s give honour where honour is due. Let’s be honest with ourselves and show some love and appreciation to the First Gentleman of the land. It should be now! And it is time to demonstrate some loyalty and friendship.
This reminds me of my favourite story of a loyal Japanese dog. He was a dog who lived in Tokyo, a dog who faithfully waited for his owner at the Shibuya train station long after his owner could not come to meet him. He became famous for his loyalty and was adored by scores of people who passed through the station every day.
In 1924, Hidesaburo Ueno, a professor in the agriculture department at the University of Tokyo, took Hachiko, a golden brown Akita dog as a pet. During his owner’s life, Hachiko greeted him at the end of each day at the nearby Shibuya Station. The pair continued their daily routine until May 1925, when Professor Ueno did not return. The professor had suffered a cerebral haemorrhage and died, never returning to the train station where Hachiko was waiting. Each day for the next nine years, nine months and fifteen days, Hachiko awaited Ueno’s return, appearing precisely when the train was due at the station, and anxiously scanned through the disembarking passengers for his master!
My brothers and sisters, it is true that this country is experiencing some temporary economic challenges, but this can never be compared with the misery and pain of war. Let’s therefore reject those who are for violence and embrace those who are for peace.
Ghana is surrounded by francophone countries and the sea. I don’t speak French and I don’t know how to swim like most of you. In case of an outbreak of war in this country, God for bid, some of us will go through terrible moments and untold hardships. Hence, my fervent desire is to see a peaceful Ghana; my spine is tinkling with favorable expectation; the patriotism in me is crying to be unleashed. The loyalty in me wants to break loose. I want to emulate Hachiko the loyal and faithful dog. I choose JM.
We are one people, one nation with a common destiny. There is no need to hate or kill each other because of our political party affiliation this coming General Elections. Life, is after all, for rent, and we cannot deserve more than we get because nothing we have is truly ours.
For your Easter Holidays relaxation let’s enjoy Dido’s “Life is for rent”:
I haven’t ever really found a place that I call home
I never stick around quite long enough to make it
I apologise that once again I’m not in love
But it’s not as if I mind that your heart ain’t exactly breaking
It’s just a thought, only a thought
And if my life is for rent and I don’t learn to buy
Well I deserve nothing more than I get
‘Cause nothing I have is truly mine
I’ve always thought that I would love to live by the sea
To travel the world alone and live more simply
I have no idea what’s happened to that dream
‘Cause there’s really nothing left here to stop me
It’s just a thought, only a thought
And if my life is for rent and I don’t learn to buy
Well I deserve nothing more than I get
‘Cause nothing I have is truly mine
And if my life is for rent and I don’t learn to buy
Well I deserve nothing more than I get
‘Cause nothing I have is truly mine
While my heart is a shield and I won’t let it down
While I am so afraid to fail so I won’t even try
Well how can I say I’m alive
And if my life is for rent and I don’t learn to buy
Well I deserve nothing more than I get
‘Cause nothing I have is truly mine
And if my life is for rent and I don’t learn to buy
Well I deserve nothing more than I get
‘Cause nothing I have is truly mine
‘Cause nothing I have is truly mine
‘Cause nothing I have is truly mine
‘Cause nothing I have is truly mine
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“Occasionally I pick one or two young girls out”- Nana Addo

Nana Akufo-Addo

The Flag bearer of the opposition New Patriotic Party, Nana Akufo-Addo has dismissed claims that he drove a Mercedes Benz while he studied in the university.

According to him, several stories have been told about his childhood by his detractors which are untrue just to create an image of him which is totally different from his personality.

Speaking to Kasapa FM’s Fiifi Banson at his Nima residence in Accra, Nana Akufo-Addo who comes from an influential family stated that he is proud of his father who did very well to lay a good foundation for him and his siblings.

“I never drove a Mercedes , I rather sometimes went for my mum’s Volks Wagon car and will occasionally pick one or two young girls out during the weekends. People say all manner of things about me most of which are not true. My father was a very successful man, one of the most successful lawyers of his time and I’m very proud of him. If that is why people say I was born with a golden spoon in my mouth then I don’t have a problem with that. He did very well to provide for his children, he did what any of us will like to do for his children given the opportunity.”

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GES condemns ‘all die be die’ mock questions

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has condemned education heads at Pusiga in the Upper East Region, for allowing a mock examination question which told students that the Presidential Candidate of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Akufo-Addo, is also known as “all die be die.”  A picture of the controversial political question in an English Mock paper, meant to prepare students for this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) went viral last week. Describing the question as substandard, the Public Relations Officer of GES, Reverend Jonathan Bettey, told Citi News education authorities in the area should have been circumspect in setting the questions.  “It has come to the limelight that the schools in that district were writing a mock and that question came which is related to the flagbearer of the NPP, Nana Akufo Addo being nicknamed as ‘all die be die.’ Ghana Education Service has a standard in setting questions and for that matter WAEC that supervises our examination also has a standard.” He said “I don’t think and believe that WAEC will set such questions for our candidates to answer in BECE.”  While condemning the questions set for the mock exams, Mr. Bettey said “we will not encourage anybody to set political questions.” “…We have condemned it and we have decided that we will speak to the district director and the headmaster of that school because as part of our routine practice, anytime a question of that nature for mock exams are set, we expect the headmaster to go through the questions to make sure they are standard before the children write,” he added.


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XCLUSIVE FOTOS: Fashion @ 2016 Kwahu Easter

The 2016 Kwahu Easter Celebration has ended with Thousands of people from all walks of life attending.

Some of those people went to reunite with their family and friends, others went to just have fun and the majority went to take part in the popular paragliding festival.

Young men and women were seen enjoying themselves or just walking in various attires.

Check out some of the pictures below