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Nana Ama McBrown Forced In Court Today To Testify In Bulldog Case

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Major News Headline This Morning, Thursday 1st April 2021

Popular actress, and host of United Showbiz on UTV, Nana Ama McBrown has completed her testimony in the trial against Bulldog of Bullhaus Entertainment for comments he made about President Akufo-Addo.

Bulldog is standing trial for comments he made against the President which has been deemed to be threats.

Nana Ama McBrown, who was listed by the prosecution to testify in the matter, initially declined to testify.

However, she was compelled by the Court to testify and has completed her testimony today.

This order by the court appears to be in conflict with an order of the Supreme Court which averred that a witness cannot be forced to testify against their wishes after lead counsel for the petitioner in the 2020 petition, Tsatsu Tsikata had sought to invoke the court’s authority to compel the chairperson of the EC, Jean Mensa to testify.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Date Rush: Bebelino Allegedly Steals Sandra’s Ghc5,000.00 From Her Room

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Date Rush: Bebelino Allegedly Steals Sandra's Ghc5,000.00 From Her Room

Date Rush’s Sandra and her new-found love Bebelino has been trending on Twitter for all the controversial reasons after it was earlier reported on Date Rush Reunion that Bebelino remains lazy and has no dream.

Sandra on Date Rush Reunion lamented that Bebelino is a nice guy to be with but she has only one big problem with him.

According to Sandra, Bebelino was lazy and she doesn’t see him to be a serious guy who has plans for his business.

Sandra deeply from her heart revaled that shje has money and she wouldnt hesistate to sponsor Bebelino to do a serious business of he cares to venture into one.

Interestingly, Bebelino has been trending on Twitter today after it has been alleged that the lover boy has stolen an amount of Ghc5,000 from Sandra.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Mahama’s Brother, Ibrahim Mahama Has Been Doing This To Me For 6 Years – Afia Schwar Boldly Exposes Mahama

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Mahama's Brother, Ibrahim Mahama Has Been Doing This To Me For 6 Years - Afia Schwar Boldly Exposes Mahama

Afia Schwarzenegger, a controversial comedienne, has revealed that businessman Ibrahim Mahama has not answered any of her calls in the six years since he gave her his number.

This revelation was made by Afia Schwar in an interview with ZionFelix in response to allegations that the businessman had purchased her a Mercedes.

According to her, the allegations are false because the businessman has not even returned her phone calls since they met at KKD’s birthday party and exchanged contact information.

Afia Schwar was rumored to be having an affair with former President Mahama’s younger brother, but she denied the allegations.

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Nana Agradaa And Friends To Be Banned From Doing Adverts On TV From 1st May – NFA Boss Boldly Declares

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Nana Agradaa And Friends To Be Banned From Doing Adverts On TV From 1st May – Socrate Safo Boldly Decalres

Socrate Safo, the Chairman of the National Film Authority (NFA), has stated that all unapproved and unclassified advertisements involving money rituals or money doubling will be prohibited beginning May 1, 2021.

The chairman revealed that beginning on May 1st, such businesses will be required to go through the offices of the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Bank of Ghana (BoG) for a license to operate in money-doubling businesses and to run an advertisement to that effect.

Mr Socrate Safo emphasized that businesses and individuals who do not have the necessary licenses to operate such businesses will be denied requests to have their content broadcasted.

“If you approach us with a program and the content is about money doubling, then we expect you to have such a license.

If you are Mallam and you want to double money all we are requiring from you is to show us a license you have from the Security and Exchange Commission and the Bank of Ghana to operate as a money doubler. If you don’t have it, then we can’t classify such content for you,” he noted.

The chairman added that the law on classification was set to be implemented in June last year but some further engagement with Ghana Independent Broadcasters Association (GIBA) caused it to be delayed.

He stressed that from 1st May, with reference to the Development and Classification of film Act 953, contents including documentaries, music videos, television programmes before they are broadcasted will through a strict review by the Authority.

“We (National Film Authority) have been with them (GIBA) back and forth till date and we have set May 1, to start implementing the law and this stage was actually set in collaboration with GIBA. So actually, it has been a matter of engagement with the stakeholders,” he said on JoyNews.

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