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Graduate and Lover In Accra Who Saved GHc70,000 From 5 Years of Work Spend All On Wedding

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A young Ghanaian couple who graduated from university and worked for five years have spent their life savings of GHc 70,000 on their wedding and naming ceremonies.

In a narration by Chris Vincent of Ghanacelebrities.com who is a cousin to one of the two lovers, the couple were dating when the lady got pregnant.

With pressure from their families to tie the knot quickly before the pregnancy surfaces, the two lovers had no choice than to dig deep into their pocket and pull out all the money they had.

“The traditional wedding, the white wedding, and the associated receptions cost the couple about 45,000 GHS; they used 15,000 GHS of their monies to rent a place somewhere in Tema for a year,” Chris narrates

Just seven months after the wedding, the couple gave birth and spent GHc 10,000 which remained after their wedding on the naming ceremony.

According to Chris, the couple could have obtained land somewhere in Accra, and even start building a two-bedroom on this land with their savings. In another captivating news report, a young man in Ghana whose name is not disclosed graduated from senior high school six years ago but has been at home since then.

According to a report made public by Edem Agbana on his personal Facebook handle, it is indicated that the gentleman got brilliant grades after his WASSCE specifically, 6As and two B2s He subsequently gained admission to study Dental Surgery at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) but has been unable to go due to poverty.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Entertainment Prefect Of A Popular Nursing Training College Arrested Over Twerking Competition For 1st Years

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Entertainment Prefect Of A Popular Nurses Training College Arrested Over Twerking Competition For 1st Years

According to information gathered by MyNewsGh.com, the Nalerigu Nurses Training College’s Entertainment Prefect.

On Monday, March 1, MyNewsGh.com reported that the Nalerigu Nurses Training College’s Entertainment Prefect had organized a dancing competition for first-year students.

Some female first-year students demonstrated their twerking skills during the event, which was judged by a panel of senior students.

According to reports, the principal learned of the event and reported the Entertainment prefect to the police for violating the president’s various restrictions aimed at combating the deadly virus.

The Entertainment Prefect of the Nursing Training College was arrested and is currently assisting the investigation.

According to the police, the first-year students wanted to riot because they had paid entertainment fees, but there had been no entertainment for a month since they were admitted to the school, so he had to organize the dancing competition.

 

Police say they are continuing their investigation and will inform the public of their next steps once they are completed.

Police say they are continuing their investigation and will inform the public of their next steps once they are completed.

Ssource: www.GhanaCNN.com

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‘Coming To America’ Actress Akiley Love Speaks On Her Ghanaian Roots

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‘Coming 2 America’ Actress Akiley Love Speaks On Her Ghanaian Roots

‘Coming 2 America’ stunning look actress, Akiley Love has disclosed she has Ghanaian roots in her recent interview.

Speaking in a new interview, she shared that she had to fall back on her heritage during her audition for her role in the upcoming American comedy movie.

“My grandpa is actually from Ghana so it was really cool growing up and watching them walk around with this heavy accent. I would just sit down next to my grandma while she was on the phone talking in this different language. I had no idea what she would be saying,” revealed the 12-year old.

“And when my grandpa talks to me I talk back to him in his accent. So I have had so much practice and the fact that I actually got to do that at the auditions was fun. It was fun playing an African princess, and just putting Africa in a positive light and what it really is.”

Love plays the role of Princess Tinashe in ‘Coming 2 America.‘

“It was really fun doing this movie, walking around seeing all the big actors so casually. It was so much fun seeing all the amazing costumes on set,” remarked Love of the movie set to premiere on March 5 on Amazon Prime Video.

“It is a hilarious movie and I love watching it and being a part of it. Every single black person who watches it is going walk away feeling good because it shows him or her in a positive way, and it shows that they are really powerful. There is a lot of black excellence on screen.”

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Captain Smart Slaps A Popular G.a.y Journalist In A Live Interview

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A few days ago, Ignatius Annor, a former Metro TV journalist, publicly proclaimed himself to be gay, and he has since embarked on a movement to encourage the acceptance of LGBTQI rights in Ghana.

As the Euronews journalist decided to boycott an interview with Angel FM’s Captain Smart in the middle, his recent media experience did not go too well.

Throughout the interview that lasted a little less than 25 minutes, with each single question asked by the interviewer, the dispute between the two journalists regarding LGBTQI+ promotion became apparent.

On the one side, Ignatius tried to clarify to Captain Smart why it is important for Ghanaians to embrace and tolerate gay people and their activities.

He argued that not all people are heteros*xual, and that certain people are born homos*xual, necessitating the need for a culture that recognizes such people.

He also pointed out to Captain Smart that by claiming that people calling for gay rights acceptance in Ghana were seeking to dilute the country’s cultural set-up, he had taken a worrying stance on the matter.

I don’t know, but if a man says that I have love for another fellow man, or that I have love for another fellow woman, what is the crime here? Here, what is the crime? He was perplexed.

He also pointed out to Captain Smart that by claiming that people calling for gay rights acceptance in Ghana were seeking to dilute the country’s cultural set-up, he had taken a worrying stance on the matter.

 

“One of the problematic problems for the LGBTQI+ community is your status as a journalist, and your line of questioning isn’t helping matters. That isn’t going to support us,” he said.

Captain Smart then asked the journalist if he identifies as a female or a male, to which Annor replied that he was male.

In his relationship, he further attempted to find out the s*xual role of his interviewee.

I consider your question to be really rude, and I am not going to answer your question. I find your question dehumanizing and insulting because, as a straight man, I did not ask you that question. So that’s not what you should ask me, and it’s very unfortunate. You don’t have the right to ask that question as a human being,” Annor said.

Captain Smart then inquired whether Annor identifies as a female or a male, to which Annor replied that he is a male.

In his relationship, he also tried to figure out what his interviewee’s s*xual position was.

I think your question is very rude, and I will not answer your question. I find your question dehumanizing and disrespectful because I did not ask you that question as a straight man. So that’s not the question you should be asking me, which is unfortunate. As a human being, you do not have the right to ask that question,” Annor said.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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