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Actress Kyeiwaa looking ‘sweet sixteen’ in this new photo

Kumawood Actress, Kyeiwaa after suffering a heartbreak when her marriage lasted for just a day relocated to the United States of America and has since not visited Ghana.

The actress seems to have retired from the movie business since its been years since she was seen on the screens.

Well, her colleague, Tracey Boakye who is on a tour of America and Europe caught up with Kyeiwaa who is looking like a sixteen-year-old.

Kyeiwaa is looking gorgeous and will be the toast of any man who will set eyes on her.


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I Will Marry Rebecca If Nana Addo Dies-NDC Chairman

Talk of one humorous person within the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the party’s Central Regional Chairman , Allotey Jacobs would easily be mentioned.

Allotey Jacobs had said, he would succeed Akufo-Addo by marrying his wife, Rebecca Akufo-Addo if he [Akufo-Addo] dies.

Showering praises on the First Lady during her birthday, Allotey Jacobs indicated that the First Lady was very beautiful as he ‘envied’ the president for having such a beauty as a wife.

Allotey indicated ‘’This leader of your party dey chop proper Ga meat’’.

Again, he said… “This first lady be swag oo”.

It was therefore no surprise when he again commented that he was ready to take over the position of Akuffo Addo as husband if Akuffo Addo died before him.

His Facebook comment read “Yes so tell Nana that the wife is too sweet so the day he climbs to paradise, if am alive, Charlie, he mo know say I will be the next heir”.

As intriguing as his comments were, many are also of the view that indeed, the First Lady is a beauty to behold and as such, a precious jewel to the President.



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I saw my zip opening by itself – Imam caught defiling 2-year-old girl says

A High Court in Mukono, Uganda, has sentenced a 63-year-old Imam with 3 wives to life imprisonment for defiling a two-year-old girl.

Musa Mulo, an Imam at Kibubbu Mosque, was convicted upon his own plea of guilt.

At the commencement of the trial on Friday, the imam pleaded guilty to defiling the girl. He said “I carried that child, put her on my laps and I just saw my zip opening by itself”.

The state prosecutor, Ms Janat Kitimbo, told the court that Imam Mulo sexually tormented the toddler in 2012. Prosecution submitted that on that fateful day, the victim went alone to Mulo’s home in the neighbourhood.

Mulo grabbed her in his compound and took her into the house where he defiled her and damaged her private parts. The Imam later told her to go back home.

Justice Ms Margaret Mutonyi observed that Mulo is not fit to be an imam or live in society. She described him as “a dangerous person” who is supposed to be kept away from children.

She then sentenced him to life imprisonment.



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Somalia, Nigeria Happier Countries Than Ghana – Report

The conditions existing in Nigeria and Somalia make them happier countries than Ghana.

This is according to the latest World Happiness Report.

The report, which was released by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network for the United Nations on March 14, days before World Happiness Day on March 20, placed Nigeria 17 places above Ghana in the 156-country list.

Ghana placed 108th on the ranking while Nigeria was 91st, with Finland, being named the happiest country in the world.

The report ranked the countries on six main variables that sought to assess the well-being of persons in the focus country.

The indicators include income, freedom, trust, healthy life expectancy, social support and generosity.

The top 10 countries named in the list are; Finland, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, Netherlands, Canada, New Zealand, Sweden, and Australia.

A co-editor of the report, John Helliwell, a professor emeritus of economics at the University of British Columbia said, “The top five countries all have almost equally high values for the six factors found to support happiness, and four of these countries — Denmark, Switzerland, Norway and now Finland — have been in first place in the six World Happiness Report rankings since the first report.”

The top 5 African countries on the list are Algeria, Morocco, Nigeria, Somalia and Cameroon.


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