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RIP: Ghanaians Massively React Over Death Of Two 3-Year Old Children At Accra- Read Details

Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The recent heartbreaking news that has sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms is the untimely death of two innocent 3-year old children at Alajo in Accra. This sad news has undoubtedly broke the hearts of the residents of Accra considering how the innocent kids lost they’re respective lives.

  3 months ago ago
RIP: Ghanaians Massively React Over Death Of Two 3-Year Old Children At Accra- Read Details

SOCIETY

Captain Smart arrested by the police

Onua FM and TV morning show host, Blessed Godsbrain Smart popularly known as Captain Smart has been arrested by the police. The media personality, Caption Smart today was arrested by the Nima Divisional Police Command. According to a press release by the Police, Captain Smart was arrested following some unsavory pronouncements that hinge on peace and security.

  1 month ago ago
Captain Smart arrested by the police

ENTERTAINMENT

Captain Smart Released?

Captain Smart, a prominent radio and television talk show personality, has been detained by the police for "unsavoury declarations," according to the authorities. The Nima Divisional Police Command detained him on Thursday, and he is still in police detention, aiding with investigations into the alleged "unsavory remarks."

  1 month ago ago
Captain Smart Released?

SOCIETY

Ghana Police Service Commences Investigation Into the Deaths Of Two Children At Alajo

On the 15th of October, 2021, it was reported that the bodies of two children aged 3 years were found in the back of passengers seat of a broken down Mercedes Benz saloon car that was packed at a mechanic shop in Alajo. The police service on the 17th of October, 2021, which is today took to the Facebook platform to post a press release about the new development about the case.

  3 months ago ago
Ghana Police Service Commences Investigation Into the Deaths Of Two Children At Alajo