BISA KDEI ARRESTED IN USA FOR TRESPASSING.

BISA KDEI ARRESTED IN USA FOR TRESPASSING. Unconfirmed reports from a source in USA suggests Ghana’s Highlife artiste Bisa Kdei is currently in the American police custody According to the source, Bisa Kdei was trespassing on the property of the American government without permission He states, Bisa Kdei was on set shooting the music video for “Asew” off his “Highlife Konnect” album in a white community, but cant confirm if they had a permit or not As to what triggered the alarm, the source says there were a lot of blacks on set shooting in that particular white community and he believes one of the neighbors called the police for

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EVERY GHANAIAN POLITICIAN IS A POTENTIAL THIEF – YAMOAH PONKOH.

EVERY GHANAIAN POLITICIAN IS A POTENTIAL THIEF – YAMOAH PONKOH. Former Municipal Chief Executive for Ejisu, Afrifa Yamoah Ponko has claimed ‘all politicians are thieves’, including himself. According to the outspoken firebrand of the main opposition National Democratic Congress, it will be a big mistake for anyone to assume that some politicians are honest incorruptible. Yamoah Ponkoh was speaking to host of Abusua FM’S Abusua Nkommo morning show program, Kwame Adinkrah while addressing issues of honest political leadership. The former Municipal Chief says, ‘Kwame, Ghanaians should stop thinking about honest and incorruptible political leadership…it doesn’t exist in Ghana.’ ‘Every Ghanaian politician is a potential thief, put the Ghanaian in a position of trust

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PASTOR JAILED 24-MONTHS FOR ‘FINGERING’ 3-YEAR-OLD GIRL.

PASTOR JAILED 24-MONTHS FOR ‘FINGERING’ 3-YEAR-OLD GIRL. Pastor Wisdom Kusorgbor, the Head pastor of Soldiers of the Cross Ministries, located at Korle-Gonno near Accra, will spend 24 months with hard labour in prison for inserting his fingers in the genitals of a three-year-old girl. The 25-year-old preacher was slapped with the jail term Monday after the Accra Circuit Court found him guilty of indecent assault. He had pleaded not guilty to the offence, but after more than a year of trial, the court, presided over by Mrs Abena Oppong Adjin-Doku, found the accused guilty. The court held that the prosecution led by Chief Inspector Kofi Atimbire, proved its case beyond

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