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There Was A Car Show In Accra, Here’re The Expensive Cars That Showed Up

The notion is that Ghana is “hard” but the rich keep getting richer. 

People have enough cars to show off. There was a car show over the weekend in Accra dubbed Accra Auto Show and owners of fast cars came out to play.

Here’re expensive cars we saw.

1. Ferrari

 

2. Customized G-Wagen

 

3. Mercedes Benz

4. Chevrolet Camaro

The rich people indeed came to play. You may want to see here the most expensive cars we’ve seen on the streets of Ghana.


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You Need To See These Breathtaking Photos Of The New Kumasi Central Market Taking Shape

We brought you photos of the New Kumasi Central Market

The $298 million revamp of the market looks like this on paper

Work is ongoing and it’s taking shape

An aerial view of the market as at now, more photos of the project taking shape below.

 

You need to see here how the entire project will look after completion. You may also see here several reasons to fall in love with the Kumasi Central Market.

Source:omgvoice.com


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TRENDING: Photos Of Couple Who Looked ‘Uninterested’ On Their Wedding Day

Photos of a bride who observers say looked very sad on her wedding day are trending on social media. The photos have sparked a debate online as to why the couple appeared to be unhappy about the wedding.

Some facebook users argued the two were probably being forced to get married by their relatives.

Some suggested the woman was marrying the man just for his money, hence her apparent sadness.

A Facebook user, Leonard Monikey, claimed the bride settled for the groom after ignoring other men that approached her in her youth.

“She spent her 20s + early 30s being a radical Feminist on social media, saying she will not marry a guy who earns less dan #200K a month… but see where it ended her,” he said.

Some however, condemned the attempt by social media users to poke their nose into the affairs of the newly-wed.

“They are married and that is what matters,” Facebook user Uzoamaka Obiakor said.


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Keep these documents at hand if you’re driving on Ghana roads

If you don’t want the Ghana Police to harass you or take a bribe from you, there are some particular documents you should always have in your car.

Most people might think that they can get pulled over in Ghana for driving recklessly, knocking someone off or missing a taillight.

Ghana Police hustle

 

Contrary to this belief, some determined Ghanaian cops, especially the corrupt ones, can pull you over for no apparent reason just to drill you over some things.

Ghana Police Road Bribe

These clashes with them can usually drag on for terrifying LONG hours unless you decide to give in and offer them some bride.

But if you’re as strong headed as we are and not ready to part with your cash in this economically challenging Ghana, here are the documents and certificates you should readily have at hand.

1. Driver’s License

Ghana Drivers' License

Do we even need to say this? You NEED a drivers’ license to drive!!!

 

2. Road Worthiness Certificate

Ghana Roadworthy Sticker

Just to prove that your car deserves to be on the streets. But these cops will never ask this of some rickety “trotros”.

3. Vehicle Insurance Certificate

Some Insurance Companies in Ghana

This sticker is usually visibly placed on the windshield. Just make sure it is up-to-date.

 

4. Proof of Ownership

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Do you own the car? Some overzealous police can request this and with good reason too.

5. Vehicle License

Vehicle License

Similar to the Driver’s License, also provided by DVLA

And always remember this documents must always be updated – when and where they need to be – and not expired.

Do you have all of these document at hand? You can also read about the 10 friends everyone needs to help them survive in Ghana.


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This police officer was badly beaten by a gang in Tema

Being a police officer in Ghana comes with its perks and likewise, its dangers.

GRAPHIC CONTENT: The following images may be disturbing to some viewers. Viewers discretion is strongly advised

Police brutality against criminals and even unsuspecting persons have been on the rise in Ghana, but brutality against the police is almost unheard of in the country.

Emmanuel Baafi, the police officer who was brutalised

 

However, in what seems like a bizarre mob attack, Constable Emmanuel Baafi of the Kpone Police Force was brutalised by a group of young men reportedly having been numbered around 15.

Emmanuel Baafi, the police officer who was brutalised

According to a report by AtinkaFM, the young constable was on duty at S. F. International located at the Freezone Enclave in the area, when he was attacked around 2 AM on Monday, 30 August.

Emmanuel Baafi, the police officer receiving treatment for his wounds

 

The gory photos of the police officer showed how the crooks subjected him to a severe beating and disfigured his face.

Emmanuel Baafi, the police officer receiving treatment for his wounds

The gang, after beating him to a pulp, reportedly made away with his police-issued AK47 rifle.

Why do you think this officer was so badly beaten up?


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Asamoah Gyan fails medical at Reading

Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan will not play for Reading FC in the English Championship this season as he has failed a medical.

A local website, Get Reading, reports that the 30-year old was set for a loan spell from Chinese side Shanghai SIPG, but due to the fact that he needed eight weeks to reach full fitness, Reading would not take the gamble on him.

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Gyan, who has been in the south-east of England for the past two days, has been looking for a club before the transfer window ends at midnight on Wednesday.

There was talk that he will make a return to Sunderland, where he scored 10 Premier League goals during a two-year spell from 2010, but it cooled off quickly. Chances of going to Newcastle, like the Black Cats, could not work also because of wage considerations, Joy Sports understands.

The striker joined Shanghai in 2015 in a deal that made him one of the highest-paid footballers in the world at the time, with a weekly wage of £227,000.

Gyan has been beset by injury worries in the past few years, which have been the main cause of his relegation to the backround at his Chinese Super League club.

A succession of thigh and knee problems meant the club were unable to rely on his services, although his goal return had been decent when fit.

 

BREAK: @getreading reports that Ghana capt Asamoah Gyan has failed his medical at @ReadingFC and deal is off. pic.twitter.com/II0gdJ3Zju

— Gary Al-Smith (@garyalsmith) August 30, 2016


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Fashion or Madness? Lady Sends the Internet Boiling in Eye-popping Half N*ked Dress (Photo)

THE OUTFIT A LADY CHOSE TO WEAR TO A NIGHT EVENT, IS CURRENTLY CAUSING COMMOTION ON SOCIAL MEDIA AS MANY ARE BLASTING HER FOR REVEALING HER PRIVATES.

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The above controversial photo is currently making rounds on social media as many online users are blasting the woman who is probably a commercial s*x worker on her brave choice of outfit which she wore to a night club.

The identity of the lady as well as where or when the viral photo was taken, was not yet ascertained as at the time of filing this report, but it has generated series of criticisms.

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20 hours of rain cause flooding in Lagos

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A 20-hour rain pounded the city of Lagos yesterday resulting into several flooded homes and roads all around the state.
The Southwest witnessed one of the heaviest rains in recent times. It destroyed properties worth millions of naira.

From Osun to Ogun and Lagos states, the torrential rain, which started on Saturday night, lashed cities and towns non-stop.

Many vehicles were stalled on the roads as parts of Lagos, the nation’s commercial capital, were flooded.

From Ilasamaja to Ojuelegba, Mushin, Agege Motor Road, Iyana-Ipaja and Lagos-Abeokuta expressway, the roads were flooded.

Residents of highbrow areas of Victoria Island, Lekki and Ajah were not spared .

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Many houses in Surulere were flooded. Residents were seen scooping water out of their homes.

Many commuters were stranded due to heavy traffic caused by the flood.

Agege Motor road from Ladipo to Ikeja along was worst-hit.

The intensity of the flood left many motorists in fears.

Many of the property destroyed by the accompanying flood affected Lagos, more than other states but there was no report of death or of collapsed building, according to the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), whose men were deployed across the state in response to emergency calls by citizens.

LASEMA General Manager Michael Akindele, said the Agency’s Emergency Response Teams were sent out to assess the affected areas to avert worst disaster.

He noted that the flood was accentuated by blockage of some of the major drainages in the affected areas advised Lagosians not to panic but ensure they clear the drainage in their neighbourhood to allow free flow of water.

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In its situation report, LASEMA said: “The Agency received several distress calls regarding flooding activities which seriously affected some areas in the state as a result of the heavy downpour that started last night (Saturday) at about 8.40 pm.

“Several streets in Oworonshoki, Ifako, Ikorodu and Lekki axis were seriously affected by the heavy downpour.”

“Many properties and items worth several millions of naira were also damaged, but no life was loss or collapse of any building.

“The Affected street around the Oworo axis include: Fasas Ojomu,Ogunyomi, Aabiola, Akewusola, Adebanmwo, Unity, Oduduwa, Agberin, among others, While Hassan Street in Owutu (Ikorodu) and other areas were affected in the Ikorodu axis.

In a statement, Lagos State Commissioner for the Environment Dr. Babatunde Adejare, urged the people to remain calm saying that necessary steps had been taken to avert flood disaster.

He said the government had in recent times carried out intensive tour of some flood prone communities in the state to clear blocked drainages and canals.

The commissioner wondered why any right thinking person would be dumping refuse on water courses and drainages created for free flow of storm water, saying the numerous campaigns against such practice was in the interest of the residents.

“Canal is a storm water channel for the conveyance of storm runoffs, they are God’s natural protection for holding water during massive flood and it is not a place for anybody to build a house or dump refuse. Those in the habit of doing such must stop henceforth,” Adejare said.

He warned that the government would no longer tolerate the building of illegal structures along channel right of ways in the state.

Adejare urged residents living on wetlands and flood prone areas to be cautious and careful, urging them to limit their movement if possible and to move to higher ground if need be.

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MTV VMAs: Jay Z & Beyonce’s 4-Yr-Old Daughter Wears $11,000 Dress (Photos)

Blue Ivy was killing it on the white carpet of Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards, escorting mom Beyonce while decked out in a fairy-princess number from Mischka Aoki, the go-to haute couturier for children.

While mom sported a gown from Francesco Scognamiglio’s fall 2016 couture line, the famous four year old wore Aoki’s “The Grand Royalle” dress, with gold leatherette bodice, a high-low hem, 3D floral appliques, a tulle mullet skirt and a train. The $10,950 dress, available at Bergdorf Goodman, was accented with a diamond tiara by famed jewelry designer Lorraine Schwartz and pale pink leather sneakers by Giuseppe Zanotti.

Per Vanity Fair:

Australian designer, Winnie Aoki is known for luxury materials and craftsmanship. She presents her collections on the runway at New York Kids Fashion Week. Her fairytale-like clothes have been worn by Blue Ivy before, as well as Suri Cruise and Penelope Scotland Disick. She started her label in 2009 when she couldn’t find clothes good enough for her first daughter, Mischka, after whom the label is named.