Maurice Ampaw has sent a strong caution to those who go about insulting leaders in the country. On his show, Mmra Ne Abrabo Mu Nsem, Maurice Ampaw noted that indeed there is so much hardships in the country but this shouldn’t be a reason for insults to be hurled at President Akufo-Addo. He called a cessation to all insults aimed at the president and his team. He made mention of people like Captain Smart, Johnny Hughes and Kevin Taylor. According to Lawyer Ampaw, this trio have made it a point to oppose the
According to a video circulating on the social media has spotted a popular Lawyer, who is known as Lawyer Maurice Ampaw revealing that, anyone who would make noise during sexual encounter with your partner is an offense. Most people believed that hitting hard on your partner during sexual session means you are a strong man when it comes to bed.
News went viral of a pharmacist who accused Lawyer Morris Ampaw of being gay. In a video, the pharmacist who gave his name as Philip Nana Yaw Badu alleged that he had been the one supplying him ( Morris Ampaw) with pills and pampers. Philip Badu, who claimed he had been working for the lawyer since 2006, further stressed that, the stand of the former on the legalization of LGBTQ+ in Ghana is borne out of the fact that, Morris Ampaw is part of the LGBTQI Community.
Lawyer Maurice Ampaw says making nosie during sex is a crime. According to him, most people believe having a good time while making noise shows you are good in bed. But to him doing this all in the of enjoyment can go to an extra mile to disturb other people's right.
Ghanaian lawyer, Maurice Ampaw has stated that there shouldn't be noise during sexual activity. Lawyer Maurice Ampaw on United Showbiz on Saturday, December 4, 2021 explained. Speaking on Akuapem Poloo' court case and sentence, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw cautioned parents against bathing with their children who are 10 years of age or going naked before them.
Lawyer Maurice Ampaw is one of the knowledgeable lawyers in Ghana. His legal brain is one of the top notch. He is one lawyer who has helped in the interpretation of the law to the people of Ghana. He is mostly seen on TV educating people on the laws of the country.
Medeama Sporting Club have seen a renaissance under newly installed head coach, Umar Abdul Rabi lately. The Mauve and Yellow struggled from the beginning of the season under former coach, Ignatius Osei Fosu who has since been sacked by the club for poor performance. The two time Ghana FA Cup winners started the season very poorly with a heavy 4-0 defeat at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park against Bechem United. The club’s spokesman, Patrick Akoto blamed the defeat to the COVID-19 vaccination taken by the players.
One of the biggest demonstrations the country has experienced in the Fourth Republic is the "Kumi preko" demonstration that took place in 1995. Leaders of the demonstration included Nana Addo, Kwesi Pratt Junior, Dr. Charles Wreko Brobby, Akoto Ampaw, among others. What was described as a high cost of living, particularly the imposition of the Value Added Tax on goods fuelled the demonstration against the Rawlings' government.
Eight legislators have presented a Private bill before Parliament. The Bill seeks to criminalize acts of homosexuality and its accompanying groups. The anti LGBTQ+ bill has received massive support from Ghanaians though there have been pockets of resistance against the bill. Lawyers like Akoto Ampaw have argued that there is the need to protect these minority groups.
A member of the communication team of the NDC, Dr. Benedicta Yayra, has stated that the Minister of Agriculture, Afriyie Akoto, is out of touch with the realities of food prices in the country because of his statement that prices are going down is false. Dr. Benedicta Yayra made this statement on 'ALHAJI & ALHAJI' this morning, 20th November 2021, when she took a swipe at the Minister of Agriculture, Afriyie Akoto, for his claims that they have done well because the prices of foodstuffs are coming down.
Over the past few months, debate on the legalisation of the LGBTQI phenomenon has received massive atyen from Ghanaians. An ANTI-LGBTQ bill has been sponsored by the Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram constituency, Honourable Sam Nartey George. According to the memorandum before the House, the bill seeks to promote proper human rights and Ghanaian family values.
Alban Bagbin for some few days has trended for all the right and wrong reasons. The Speaker immediately after a trip blasted the Police for still trying to arrest Hon. Xavier Sosu despite Parliaments’ intervention. The Speaker last week also reversed an order of the Roads and Highways minister to close down all tollbooths across the country.
UK based Ghanaian broadcaster, Nana Afia Serwaa Akoto has stated that most women see red flags about a guy they want however they still go ahead to date these men. Speaking on SVTV Africa, Serwaa Akoto indicated that women are funny in that regard. Speaking on her heartbreak, she mentioned that she was aware of some things she did not like about her ex but she went ahead to date him.
The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), has thrown spanner into the work of the anti-lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI+) campaigners, as it sees the “proper human sexual rights and the Ghanaian family values bill”, now before parliament as not necessary.
The astute private legal practioner and human right advocate Lawyer Maurice Ampaw has relentlessly descended heavily on the Speaker of Parliament Right Honourable Alban Kingsford Sumana Bagbin over the role he played that led to the rejection of the proposed 2022 budget brought before Parliament by the minister for Finance Ken Ofori Atta.
The Minister of Food and Agriculture, Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto is not having it easy on social media following his latest comments on the prices of food on the market. Dr Akoto over the weekend debunked the suggestion that food prices have gone up on the Ghanaian market.
The week came to a cataclysmic stage when the proposed 2022 budget was rejected by Parliament. The Majority walked out of the chamber after they spotted the presence of the General Secretary of the NDC in the public gallery. This infuriated the already frustrated Majority who trooped out.
Food has always been a necessity for our livelihood as a people. His Exellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo led administration championed by Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto has made it a core mandate to uphold the integrity of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture. By the noble, intelligence and competence traits of the Agricultural Minister, the Ministry of food and Agriculture (MoFA) is currently not only the backbone of Ghana’s economy.
Their controversy surrounding the LGBTQ bill seems to have taken a new twist as those championing for the bill to be thrown out resort to using the Supreme Court to bring finality to the issue. The Akoto Ampaw-led group of academicians who are the crusaders seeking to have the bill quashed since they argue it is grounded on religious sentiment and not on objective.
Some time ago, Dr. Afriyie Akoto told Ghanaians that the Planting for Food and Jobs Initiative implemented by the current government was on a successful road, but in reality, it was struggling and begging for survival. This propaganda is still fresh in the minds of Ghanaians.