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My Lord I am not the Petitioner :Asiedu Nketiah Drops Mahama

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My Lord I am not the Petitioner Asiedu Nketiah Drops

There was drama in court characterized by prolonged laughter as General Asiedu Nketiah, the first witness for the Petitioner mounted the podium.

Under cross-examination by the lawyer for the Electoral Commission(EC),  General Mosquito as he is affectionately called responded that he wasn’t the petitioner and wondered why the lawyer kept on asking him questions relating to the petition.

Out of shock, the lawyer for the EC appealed to the bench that part of the case should be struck out if that will be his response.

It is equally shocking and unbelievable for the first witness to be making such claims and lives us wondering if the petitioner’s claims will stand the test of time.

The response raises more questions as to whether Asiedu Nketiah should be carrying the burden of the petitioner and whether former President John Mahama Mahama will change his mind and mount the witness box.

Indeed Asiedu Nketiah was, before all this Politics, a stockbroker. And before then, a teacher, then a Palm Wine tapper at Seketia in Jaman North.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Screenshot:Popular TV3 Journalist Reveals She Is A Lesbian

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Broadcaster Bridget Otoo has boldly claimed that if it takes her to hell to encourage the legalization of LGBTQ in Ghana, then she is ready to dine with Satan.

Like other Ghanaian celebrities, Bridget has a voice in support of creating an organization that will guarantee the protection of the country’s LGBTQ communities.

Celebrities such as Ignatius Annor, Wanluv Kuborlor, Sisiter Derby and more have spoken out against those advocating for LGBTQ offices to be arrested or closed down.

On her twitter page, Bridget Otoo said she was prepared to face something like Satan and hell if her support for the oppressed group would take her to that position.

I’m advised that endorsing #LGBTQI is the fastest and quickest way to make it to hell to sign me up, I’d like to meet Satan!’ she tweeted.

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Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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I Have Slept With 115 Women Because I Was Attracted To Only Females When Growing up – Popular lesbian

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DJ Ice, a Ghanaian UK-based lesbian, says being a lesbian or gay has nothing to do with spiritual problems as viewed by most people, especially Ghanaians.

According to her, while her parents tried to take her to church to seek deliverance, as she was only drawn to females, her condition did not improve.

Speaking on Atinka TV’s morning show with Ekourba Gyasi Simpremu, DJ Ice also said being g.a.y has little to do with hormonal imbalance, saying it’s about choices.

As her parents were trying to stop her from the act, she said she didn’t listen to them because she didn’t want to go to the opposite s*x.

She further clarified that she doesn’t enjoy s*x with the opposite s*x, nor is she drawn to them.

 

Even though she had male s*xual advances, she said she declined their suggestions because she didn’t like them.

DJ Ice, meanwhile, said she was married to another woman who was pregnant.

She said that she bought sperm from the sperm bank to get a seed that would impregnate the woman.

When asked if she was ever going to change her mind, she said she was not going to change her mind about getting married to the same s*x.

“Who I am, I have embraced. For all these years, I have been through all that, and I have loved myself,’ she said.

Mr. Frank Doyi, Acting Director of Amnesty International Ghana, for his part, said that gays have the right to be identified with the same s*x as lovers.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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(VIDEO)’You Are Too Arrogant’ Angry Okudzeto Ablakwa clashes with Speaker Of Parliament Joe Wise

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Alan Kyerematen’s screening of the Minister for Trade and Industry is underway and, as usual, members of parliament are expected to ask the Minister-designate some questions to see whether he is fit for the job before it is accepted or not.

During today’s portion, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Member of Parliament for North Tongu, who wanted to follow up on a question he had asked earlier, was shot down by Joseph Osei-Owusu, better known as Joe Wise, Chairman of the Appointments Committee.

The MP who felt insulted declared that when parliament officially resumes its break, it would take up the matter.

The MP who felt insulted declared that when parliament officially resumes its break, it would take up the matter.

He also wondered why his counterpart was given the opportunity to ask John Kumah a follow-up question, while his was not considered appropriate.

Joe Wise, in a rebuttal, said, “‘Keep that record to yourself”.

He furthered that: “Honourable Okudzeto Ablakwa, you know I have been very liberal except that today we have agreed to it early. Kindly do your third one.”

 

Mr Chairman, Chairman Just to demonstrate that this sudden announcement of no follow-ups is limiting, I move to my third issue. There are follow-ups to the Honourable John Kumah. I have no idea why I can’t have a follow-up. I’m going to take up this matter…’

 

I think this is not fair to me. “I’m going to record that you were not fair to me because these are serious problems,” he stressed.

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Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

 

 

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