Whatever people think of slay queens, they might be right in their own options. But slaying is an act of impression, and these ladies are out there on social media to impress, whether it fake or real. Unfortunately, most people believe whatever they saw online.
Most Ghanaians have for many years complained about how justice is sometimes delayed. There are cases that have been on the tables of the courts for many years without any sign of ending soon. The suspects in these cases have been thrown into remand whilst their cases are being heard.
The case involving Josephine Panyin Mensah, the Takoradi lady who is facing the court for faking her pregnancy and kidnapping in the Western Region of Ghana has once again been adjourned. The case was supposed to be heard today November 11, 2021, and the Takoradi Harbor Court A and her lawyers were ready to mount their defense.
An 18-year-old girl's left hand has been cut off by her friend while they were at the farm. The young girl is known as Josephine and the name of the boy who cut off her hand is known as Joe. According to Josephine, this sad incident happened at a farm near her house.
The national security is alerting students and businesses in the country not to fall a scam – a social media publication inviting them to apply for United Nations (UN) grant – money ranging between Ghs150,000 and Ghs700,000. Deputy Information Minister, Madam Fatimatu Abubakar, says these is no such UN money to be accessed by anybody.
Mr Kojo Sekyi, father of eighteen (18) years old Josephine who had her left hand butchered by a teenage friend in the Ashanti Region has recounted some terrible moments the family has endured since the incident. According to him, it was sad how some young men in the community took money from him before handing over the severed hand of the daughter to him when he returned from a trip in Takoradi.
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Could it be a U-turn on the part of National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) to state that Social Studies has not been removed from the Junior High School Syllabus, or it was just a way to reposition Itself and come out with its verdict? If we could recall, the position of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) was on the Council's attempt to remove the said subject of study from the Senior High School Syllabus, not that of J.H.S.
Africa is blessed in so many ways and Ghana is no exception to it. Aside the numerous mineral resources that spread the length and breadth of the country, Ghana is undoubtedly one of the top African countries with the most curvy ladies. Some of these ladies have gained a lot of popularity and have become the face of modeling in the country.
It has so far been a smooth trial for Josephine Tawiah Mensah, the lady who is in court for faking her kidnapping and pregnancy in Takoradi. She is facing charges of deceiving a public officer and publication of false news with the intent of causing fear and panic at the Takoradi Habour Circuit Court A.
There is news in circulation that Social Studies teachers are going to be left idle some time to come because it is reported that the Education Ministry will soon scrap the study of the subject in schools. In the light of this, the National Chairman of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA), Dr. Prof Kwame Osei Kwarteng has rebutted the assertion that the subject will soon be removed from Ghana’s educational curriculum.
Peter Okoye and Paul Okoye of P-Square fame unfollow each other on social media when their dispute started a few years ago. The twins settled their long time dispute on Wednesday, 17th November 2021, when they both hugged and shook hands at Peter Okoye's home in Lagos.
Prof Kwame Osei Kwarteng, Chairman of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA), has refuted reports that social studies has been eliminated from Ghana's curriculum. The assertion was reaffirmed by Josephine Nkrumah, Chairperson of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), who urged for a return to civic education in Ghanaian schools.
The chairperson of the National Commission for Civic Education, Ms Josephine Nkrumah,has called for stringent regulation, supervision and monitoring of betting centers springing up across the country. She said this would help to address the issue related to the increasing number of youngsters gradually becoming addicts because of the lack of effective supervision and regulation.