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How To Use Cassava Leaves And Garlic To Break Spiritual Marriage

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Others would also wonder why not just cassava leaves or garlic alone?

It’s very good to ask all these questions, but I want all of us to realize that when two strong spiritual elements are combined, amazing and powerful results are created very quickly.

Cassava leaves and garlic are both spiritual elements which, because God created the world, have a very strong spiritual historical history.

In ancient times, it was used by our great-grandfathers to scare out evil spirits.

Please let us all understand this divine protocol that has what he or she hates or can not withstand as evil spirits do, as any creature in this world has.

So let’s try to make this one clear that, there are some Divine aspects evil Spirits dislike and cannot withstand it due to how the Almighty God made it.

 

I’m going to encourage someone with a persistent and serious spiritual marriage to follow the path we all learn.

YOU NEED THINGS:

 

Leaves of cassava

 

Phase OF DOING THE DIRECTION:

*Grind the cassava leaves and garlic in the earthenware bowl or use the mortal and pestle to pound the two till you get a smooth mixture (you can a little bit of clean water during the process) (you can a little bit of clean water during the process)

 

Remove it from the earthenware bowl and drop it in a clean jar.

 

How to make use of it:

 

Using a very limited amount of direction as a pomade in your body and then sleep throughout the evening when you are about to go to bed.

CAUTIOUS: WARNING:

When you start with it, do not quit applying it and you see you don’t feel it again.

For 3 weeks, proceed and you can avoid it.

* Could be used by couples or individuals (but not friends and group of people)

* A safe and secret place should be kept.

Other IT helps

* This gives marital satisfaction

 

Spiritual barrenness ends

 

A stable marriage is brought in.

 

It leads to financial breakthroughs

 

It ends the evil spirits of such spiritual chronic diseases

 

For more information, please like, share and follow me.

 

Thank you very much and may you and your family be blessed by the good Lord.

Source: GhanaCNN.com

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List Of Luxurious Houses Owned By Osei Kwame Despite – Photos

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Biography, Businesses, Awards, and Family Of Osei Kwame Despite

Chief Executive Officer of Despite Media Groups, Osei Kwame Despite is a proud son of Wiamoase a farming community in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.

From a humble beginning, Osei Kwame Despite popularly known as Despite has grown from selling video cassettes in the late 90s to become of the billionaires in Ghana.

Known to be an automotive enthusiast, Osei Kwame Despite also loves luxurious buildings and GhanaCNN takes you through some of his houses and their locations.

Check out the photos below:

Photos of Osei Kwame Despite's renovated 20-year-old mansion - GhPage
Check out Kwame Despite's renovated 20-year-old mansion - YouTube
Take A Look Inside Osei Kwame Despite's Luxury Mansion In Kumasi (Photos) -  GhPage

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Business mogul, father, mentor, and multimillionaire, Osei Kwame Despite known popularly as Despite is one of Ghana’s finest mentors we have currently, and he doubles as the CEO of Despite Media, U2 Company among others.

Osei Kwame Despite is an automotive enthusiast (lover of cars) and this is exhibited as he is always seen flaunting with luxurious cars whenever he makes a public appearance, GhanaCNN.com can report.

Despite as also called gathered by GhanaCNN.com own cars like:

  1. Bugatti La Voiture Noire – £14.4 million
  2. Rolls-Royce Sweptail – £9.9 million
  3. Lamborghini Veneno Roadster – £3.4 million
  4. Lykan Hypersport – £2.6 million

Check out the photos of these cars below:

22 of the Most Luxurious Cars You Can Buy
Luxury Car Brands in the World 2020 | by Samrat Sardar | Medium
The 30 Most Expensive Cars in the World (Updated 2021) | Wealthy Gorilla
The Most Expensive Car in the World 2020 | Top 10 list | startrescue.co.uk

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Today Be The Judgement Day: All You Need To Know About The 2020 Election Petition

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Live Updates from Supreme Court on 2020 election petition

Petitioner

The case was filed by the NDC’s 2020 Presidential Candidate, John Dramani Mahama. He is the former President of Ghana who lost the 2016 election and contested in the 2020 polls with the hope of capturing power

Respondents

In accordance with the rules governing the hearing of petitions in Ghana, Mr. Mahama named Ghana’s electoral management body, Electoral Commission and Nana Akufo-Addo as respondents. Nana Akufo-Addo has been President of Ghana since 2016 and was declared the winner of the 2020 polls by the Electoral Commission.

John Mahama’s case

Mr. Mahama claims none of the candidates who contested the polls obtained more than 50% of the votes cast. He alleges that the person said to have won the polls benefitted from vote padding.

He also claims the candidate benefitted from arithmetic and computational errors. He concludes that the EC’s declaration of Nana Akufo-Addo is unconstitutional since he did not obtain more than 50% of the votes cast.

What John Mahama wants?

He wants the Supreme Court to rule that the election results as declared by the EC Chairperson, Jean Mensa, breached the constitution. He is further asking the court to annul the results of the polls and order the EC to organize a run-off between himself and Nana Akufo-Addo.

Electoral Commission’s response

But the EC says the petition is incompetent. It admits that it’s Chairperson Jean Mensa inadvertently read out the figure representing the total number of votes cast as the total number of valid votes and the percentage of Mr. Akufo-Addo as 51.59% instead of 51.295%. It says the allegation of vote padding is untrue. It however admits that minor discrepancies may have occurred as a result of computational and mathematical errors in the course of collation. These errors the commission insists did not affect the outcome of the results as declared by the EC.

Nana Akufo-Addo’s response to petition

On his part, President Akufo-Addo says the petition does not disclose any attack on the validity of the election held in 38,622 polling stations. He says the allegation of vote padding involving some 6,622 votes is empty and insignificant to materially affect the outcome of the election.
He further contends that the petition does not state how many votes John Mahama should have obtained except pointing out that none of the candidates got more than 50% of the votes cast.

Hearings

The case is being heard by Chief Justice Anin Yeboah and Justices Appau, Marful-Sau, Nene Amegatcher, Prof. Kotey, Mariama Owusu and Gertrude Torkonoo.

The Chief Justice was appointed to the Supreme Court by the NPP’s John Kufuor in 2008 and elevated as Chief Justice in 2020 by President Akufo-Addo. He was part of the 2012/2013 petition and in his ruling called for fresh elections to be organized since the polls were fraught with irregularities and statutory violations that have been proven.

Justice Yaw Appau was appointed to the Supreme Court by the NDC’s John Mahama in June 2015. One of the most recent public interest cases he participated in is the case filed by the AG asking that that the court sets aside an injunction granted against the gazzetting of John Amewu as Hohoe MP. He was actually the presiding judge and that court ruled 5-0 that the judge erred in granting the injunction. He was also part of the panel that heard the case filed by Prof Kwaku Asare challenging the monopoly of the Ghana School of Law. He agreed with his colleagues in dismissing this case.

Justice Marful Sau was appointed to the Supreme Court in July 2018 by President Akufo-Addo. He was previously a Court of Appeal judge. He was also part of the panel in the SALL case at the Supreme Court mentioned earlier and the Ghana School of Law case (He agreed with his other colleagues). He participated in the voters register case prior to the 2020 elections and agreed with his colleagues that the EC can compile a new register. He was also part of the case that challenged the eligibility of Martin Amidu as Special Prosecutor. He agreed with the majority opinion that Mr. Amidu was eligible to hold office. He participated in the National Cathedral case and agreed with his colleagues that the decision to build the cathedral was in tune with the social and political objectives of the constitution.

Justice Nene Amegatcher was appointed as a Justice in July 2018 by President Akufo-Addo. Prior to that, he was a private legal practitioner. He participated in the following cases; Amidu’s eligibility, Ghana School of Law monopoly, EC register compilation. In all these cases, he agreed with his colleagues mostly unanimously in dismissing it or with the majority opinion.

Justice Prof Ashie Kotey joined the Supreme Court in July 2018. He was part of the voters’ register case and the Amidu eligibility case. In both matters he agreed with his colleagues.

Justice Mariama Owusu joined the Supreme Court in December 2019 and was part of the voters register case as well. She agreed with her colleagues.

Justice Gertrude Torkonoo joined the Supreme Court in December 2019 and was part of the SALL case that unanimously held that the High Court judge erred in granting the injunction against Peter Amewu.

Issues for Determination

The court before trial commenced set the following issues for determination

  1. Whether or not the petition discloses any reasonable cause of action
  2. Whether or not based on the data contained in the declaration of the 1st Respondent (EC), no candidate obtained more than 50% of the valid votes cast as required by article 63 (3) of the 1992 constitution
  3. Whether or not the 2nd Respondent still met the article 63 (3) of the 1992 constitution threshold by the exclusion or inclusion of the Techiman South constituency Presidential Election Results of 2020
  4. Whether or not the declaration by the 1st Respondent dated the 9th of December was in violation of article 63 (3) of the 1992 constitution.
  5. Whether or not the alleged vote padding and other errors complained of by the petitioner affected the outcome of the Presidential Election results of 2020.

Legal Teams

Mr. Mahama’s legal team is led by Tsatsu Tsikata and has Tony Lithur as a member.

The EC is represented by Justin Amenuvor and A.A Somuah Asamoah.

President Akufo-Addo’s lawyers are Akoto Ampaw, Frank Davies, Kwaku Asirifi and Yaw Oppong.

Trial

Three witnesses were presented by the petitioner to be cross-examined by the respondents. They are Johnson Asiedu Nketia, the NDC’s General Secretary, Dr. Michael Kpessa Whyte, and Rojo Mettle Nunoo who were Mr. Mahama’s representatives at the EC’s National Collation Centre (strongroom).

The crust of Mr. Nketia’s testimony is that the declaration of the EC on December 9 is error-ridden; makes no mathematical sense and indicates that no one won the polls. The other witnesses allege they discovered errors during the computation and informed the EC. They claim they were instructed to go and confer with the party’s presidential candidate. It was while they were away, that the results were declared.

The EC and President Akufo-Addo opted not to call any witnesses, insisting a case meriting an answer has not been made.

Significant rulings

The seven justices and at times nine judges hearing the 2020 Election Petition have been called upon on 11 occasions to rule on various issues.

These are matters that have seen lawyers representing the Respondents (EC and President Akufo-Addo) take positions contrary to the position of the petitioner, John Mahama.

The seven judges hearing the case are Chief Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah, Justices Yaw Appau, Marful Sau, Nene Amegatcher, Prof. Kotey, Mariama Owusu, and Gertrude Torkonoo.

They have on three occasions been joined by Justices Amadu Tanko (all three occasions) and Prof Henrietta Mensa Bonsu (twice) and Avril-Lovelace Johnson (once).

During the trial, it was only on one occasion that a request by the petitioner was wholly granted.

This was the request to correct mistakes.
The petitioner’s viewpoint has been partly upheld on two occasions when it came to striking out portions of witness statements.
The legal arguments of the Respondents have however swayed the judges 8 times.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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