Currently, no one can dispute the fact that Ghanaians are very talented and have all the skills to produce what ever the nation wants. Ghanaians are indeed skillful and can even make things that other people cannot do. Currently there is this viral video circulating on some social media platform and A Plus have talked about it.
A video Which is currently causing massive reactions on social media is a video of an allege thief who was caught at Taadi. I recent time, people do different kind of things to thief's when they are caught. That is they sometimes beat them mercilessly or burn them to death.
Ever since Madam Josephine Mensah reappeared after his alleged kidnapping, the Ghana Police Service has not officially come out to speak about it. Today, the Ghana Police Service has officially made a new release to update the general public on their findings and what they are currently doing.
Fix The Country Taadi: Check Out The Reason Why The Demonstrators Are Wearing Yellow Instead Of Red.
The fix the country demonstration Takoradi edition has begun already. Yesterday, several videos of buses loading people in Obuasi and other areas to Takoradi for the demonstration popped up online. Also, people actually slept at the demonstration ground prior to today This shows how important the demonstration is to Ghanaians.
Made In Taadi concert headlined by multi award winning artist Kofi Kinaata is underway. The four time VGMA songwriter, Martin King Arthur popularly known as Kofi Kinaata, has hint on the organization of the 2021 Made in Tadii Concert. Made in Taadi Concert is a whole event well planned out to encourage young people in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis.
Michael Simon, the husband of the now fake missing but found Takoradi woman has declined an interview with Citi FM's Eyewitness News team. This happened shortly after the Ghana Police Service reveals that his wife has confessed that she was never pregnant. Instead, the obviously fustrated husband, Michael Simon has elected to leave everything in the hands of God.
Not long ago, report had it that one pregnant woman in Takoradi had been kidnapped. God being on her side, the Taadi pregnant woman who goes by the name Josephine was released by the alleged Kidnappers but unfortunately, it was reported that Josephine had given birth in the hand of the kidnappers but she was released without her baby.
What's so good about stealing? Instant justice isn't right but some instant justice can make you laugh and ignore the situation even if you're a police officer. In my opinion, robbers should undergo the same situation as this thief. Beating them up and humiliating them can make them change.
Takoradi has been in the news lately for all the wrong and right reasons. Three girls were reported missing not too long ago. Efforts were made to reunite them once again with their families, but these efforts subsequently proved futile. It later out that these girls have been murdered in cold blood.
It's good you have been able to watch the movie till now. It is getting interesting everyday because the director of the movie is making sure that the movie makes headlines day in day out. Part three of the was released yesterday by the prosecutor of Madam Josephine.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The sad news that witnessed the kidnapping of the innocent pregnant woman who was on her regular jogging routine at dawn sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms as the people of Takoradi were in a dilemma concerning their safety and security at the respective towns in the region.
Just this morning, reports reaching the front desk of Taadi based FM station, "Connect 97.1 fm", indicates a shocking discovery by two sisters who worked together in a hairdressing salon.
photo credit: ghgossip.com News reaching us is that ACP Kwesi Ofori, the acting director o public affairs has iterated that the pregnant Taadi woman has revealed the motive behind why she faked her pregnancy. And believe me, it's going to shock you. According to the ACP, the woman confessed that she committed the act just to seek admiration from her husband in order to portray her capability of becoming pregnant.
It's been just few weeks and there is no where that the issue of the Takoradi lady, Josephine Panyin Mensah, who has confessed to faking her pregnancy is not discussed. Many have shared their opinions on the matter with some calling for the woman to be made to face the law to deter others from engaging in such an act.
The news which has gotten a lot of people's attention for the couple of days is the Kidnapping of the Takoradi woman which she has been found but a lot of issues are arising from the incident. Following the report released by the Ghana Police Service suggest that Josephine Mensah can spend more years in prison after third pregnancy test negative.
Josephine Panyin Mensah was allegedly kidnapped last week in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis, and the Ghana Police Service is currently seeking a second opinion to confirm her suspected pregnancy. The police are relying on medical specialists to unravel the scenario, according to ACP Kwesi Ofori, who told Citi FM that the family has refuted the situation.
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I Didn't Bother Myself Because I Knew Her Husband Is A Womanizer - Lady Narrates How She Got Her Cash From Agradaa
Not long ago, a fetish priestess who is well known in the country as Nana Agradaa was rearrested by the police after Reverend Obofour reported her for insulting him.After she was rearrested, many people who went to her for "Sika gari" stormed her residence to take the money she took because the money they expect to get after making the rituals is not coming as Agradaa said.
John Oji and Samuel Udoetuk Wills, who are both Nigerian citizens residing in Ghana have been sentenced 5 death by hanging for the kidnap and murder of the four Takoradi girls.
It can be recalled that in September 2019, the Police Administration announced a DNA test carried out on the human parts found in the vicinity of the home of Udoetuk confirmed that the skeletons were those of the four girls who had gone missing.