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Love: He B-r-O-K-e your Heart? Or You did?



Love: He B-r-O-K-e your Heart? Or You did?

Love has always been a beautiful experience.

Sometimes the most assuring relationship, cracks unexpectedly.

Yes, it happens, mostly without reason

And no one hears the voice of your wailing heart to even understand its language.

Love which was once full of fragrance turned sour and deadly.

You could have forgiven the other, BUT!

You gave your all to her/him,and they thanked you with a regrettably broken hope in your heart.


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Why & How was the heart broken?

How did you put the pieces together?

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Man Kills Friend He Saw Dating Fiancée In A Dream, 2 Others At Kwabre Wawase



Man Kills Friend He Saw Dating Fiancée In A Dream, 2 Others At Kwabre Wawase

Wawase, a farming community in the Afigya Kwabre South District in the Ashanti region, is in a state of shock and mourning after a 47-year-old man allegedly murdered three people within two days.

Kwadwo Adusei, a palm wine tapper, allegedly murdered his friend, claiming he saw him having an affair with his fiancée in a dream.

He then stabbed his grandfather and another older adult a day after residents retrieved the first victim’s body on a farm.

The deceased have been identified as Kwasi Banahene, 47, Kwabena Nkrumah, 84, and Kwame Kwakye, 86 years.

Except for Mr Banahene, whose body was retrieved in the bush on Friday, the two other victims died at the hospital.

Mr Nkrumah died shortly upon arrival at the Ankaaase Methodist Faith Healing Hospital, while Mr Kwame Kwakye died on Saturday at the same hospital.

The suspect is said to have told residents after his arrest on Saturday that he killed his friend because he saw him wooing his fiancée in his dream.

According to him, he killed Mr Kwabena Nkrumah because he had married his wife off to another man and seized his manhood spiritually.

He told the police in his caution statement that he killed Mr Kwame Kwakye, a retired teacher under the influence of alcohol.

According to reports, the youth of Wawase who managed to disarm Adusei allegedly assaulted him.

It took the swift intervention of the Ankaase police to save him from being lynched.

Andrews Mensah, Assemblyman for the area, told Joy News they are shocked.

He questioned claims by the suspect that his manhood has been seized spiritually, dismissing suggestions that the suspect could be mentally deranged.

“Why would you say someone has seized your manhood when you have produced 6 kids,” he quizzed.

“This is a man who goes to the farm and does everything on his own. He used to live here with his wife, but she left him for some time now.

“I wouldn’t say he is mentally unsound in his current state; he is not. Everyone is shocked. We are all living in a state of fear,” he added.

Opanin Kwame Kwakye was attacked by the suspect whilst seated on this wooden bench at this same spot
Mr Kwame Kwakye was resting on a wooden bench when he was inflicted with machete wounds by his next-door neighbour.

His wife, Comfort Akwaboah and daughter, Cecilia Benyade, who were called to the attack scene, escaped the wrath of the suspect who chased them with a machete.

Madam Akwaboah missed the attack by inches.
Residents nearby, however, took them to safety as they escaped the attack by inches.

His son, Ransford Darko, could not control himself as he recounted how he drove his late father, who was bleeding profusely from machete wounds, to the Hospital.

“My father was attacked without any provocation. I couldn’t imagine the pain he went through. He was bleeding profusely from machete wounds in the neck, cheek and hands.

“I couldn’t talk to him. All I wanted was to see my father survive the attack, but he couldn’t.”

Meanwhile, the Mamponteng District Court has remanded the suspect to reappear on November 8, 2021, after appearing in court on provisional murder charges.




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Cloth Facemasks Are Less Protective Against Covid-19



Cloth Facemasks Are Less Protective Against Covid-19

Dr Joseph Oliver -Commey, an Infectious Disease Specialist at the Ghana Infectious Disease Center, says the efficiency of cloth masks in protecting people against the Coronavirus is lowered when used in crowded areas.

He told the Ghana News Agency in an interview that generally, all masks were protective against Coronavirus because they formed a barrier to infections when the mucous membranes, ‘nose and mouth’ were covered but the cloth masks, were less effective.

“There are many types of masks and they serve the same purpose at different times…,” he said and recommended the use of medical masks for workplaces because, “usually in the office, people are close and indoors.”

“Most workplaces use air conditioners, which may be circulating same air so medical masks are advised for those who work with COVID-19 infected people, and N95 masks are also recommended,” he said.

The Infectious Disease Specialist said the key to protecting oneself no matter the strain of the virus was to practice the barriers, stressing, “Use a face covering to cover the mucous membranes, nose, and mouth, wash off any viruses on your hands that you might have picked up along the way while interacting with people.”

He encouraged people to avoid overcrowded places.



Desmond Paitoo Must Concentrate On his Mandate, Why the Inferior Communist Tactics?

President Akufo-Addo Commissions Kintampo Court Complex; Feeder Roads Building In Prang




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12 June, 2021
For immediate release


On Saturday, 12th June, 2021, The Member of parliament for Assin central Hon. Kennedy Ohene Agyapong joined his Municipal chief executive,  Hon. Nicholas Fiifi Baako to mourn the late Hon Karikari Apau, a former District chief executive for Assin North.

Also in attendance were some of the the past and present party executives from Assin central( chairman Kodie, Francis Anin -youth organizer, Cosmos Kojo Danso -Treasurer, Mr. Bonney-Financial Secretary and Mr Attakora Amaniapong- former constituency secretary) with some of their youth group leaders namely Prince Agyei Khalfagin, William Ampong Scriptures and Mercy Weywona.

Assin Central NPP

Assin Central NPP Members at the funeral of the late Hon. Karikari Apau 


The funeral was also graced by some prominent people from central regional executives led by the chairman Mr. Robbert Kuttin and other personalities from nearby constituencies namely Hon Ntim Fodjour Deputy, deputy minister designate for Education, Hon Charles Ohene Ando Assin, North DCE and many other personalities whose name weren’t captured.

Fare thee well, Mr Apau






Source: William Ampong

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