A young taleneted musician Paxword has released his new song which features Kulext & Quame Lil with the tittle “Money“. Download it on all music platforms.
A young talented musician Ey Kay has finally droped a date to release his dope song with the tittle “Mea Me Ly”. Just last year Ey Kay was interviewed at of the radio stations in Berekum in the Bono Region after he dropped one of his bangers called ” Dabro” and he disclosed that he also have another banger which he is about to drop. So his fans has waited since last year and just today he posted the actual date the song will be release on his Social Media Platform.
This is what he wrote:
“Sorry for the wait guys 🖐🏽
MEA ME LY DROPS ON THE
14TH OF FEBRUARY 2022“
Y’all Ready !? 🇬🇭🌏💪🏽🥶
A woman has allegedly been murdered at a prayer camp near Suhum in the Eastern region.
The deceased, yet to be identified, was allegedly raped before she was murdered.
The woman was reportedly struck with an object in the head by her assailant before being stabbed to death in the abdomen.
She is reported to have visited the prayer camp for prayers before her untimely death .
Sources at Aposs-Okanta Prayer Center say a mentally unstable inmate at the prayer center, now at large, might have committed the heinous crime in the house of one Elder Tetteh who is at the center .
The body of the deceased has been conveyed to the morgue by Police from the Kyebi Divisional Police command .
There is now dispute over ownership of the Prayer Camp following the death of the founder years ago.
Two factions in the family are both claiming ownership.
The prayer center is affiliated to the Church of Pentecost as the founder was an Elder of the Church but a faction in the family is blocking the church to have full control over the prayer camp.
The feuding factions in the family are currently before Akyem Abuakwa traditional council for adjudication.
The Public Relations Officer of the Eastern Regional Police Command DSP Ebenezer Tetteh said his unit yet to be briefed on details of the incident.
The Secretary to the University of Ghana Teachers Association (UG-UTAG), Prof Ransford Gyampo has said the National Leadership of the Association has served notice for an expected UTAG industrial action on the 10th January 2022.
According to him, all stakeholders have been served with the notice for their intended strike action except the National Labour Commission (NLC) who said they were still on Christmas break.
In an interview with Starr FM, Prof. Gyampo stated that the NLC cannot frustrate their intended strike, “we wouldn’t be confused and we wouldn’t be dazed by their very childish attempt at frustrating whatever we want to do to protest and fight for our better conditions of service.”
He explained further that “earlier, UG-UTAG had decided to strike on its own on the 3rd. But I think there were some negotiations and discussions and so UG had to rescind the…
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A Police officer has been stabbed to death at the Nyamebekyere Police station, Berekum in the Bono Region.
The Police Officer was on duty at the said Police Station when he received a complaint from one Yaw Amankoma.
The Police officer went to arrest the said suspect, on reaching the frontage of the Police station, the suspect who was armed with a knife hidden in his pocket attacked and stabbed the Police officer severely on the neck and other parts of the body.
The officer was rushed to the Holy Family Hospital for treatment but died shortly on admission. A manhunt was launched in the Berekum township to track down the suspect and when he was found at his hideout at Komfuokrom, a suburb of Berekum, he again attacked and attempted to stab the arresting officers with the knife.
He was shot after several attempts to disarm him failed.
He was also sent to the Holy family Hospital for treatment but was pronounced dead on arrival.
Both bodies are deposited at the same Hospital Mortuary for preservation. The exhibit Okapi knife is retained for evidential purposes.
A Moroccan university professor accused of giving students good grades in return for sexual favours has been jailed for two years.
It’s the first verdict in a string of high profile sexual harassment cases at universities in Morocco.
The economics lecturer at Hassan I University, near Casablanca, was found guilty of indecent behaviour among other charges.
Four more academics will appear in court on Thursday as part of the scandal.
The cases were highlighted by Moroccan media last year after journalists picked up messages reported to be between students and lecturers.
Activists say it’s rare for sexual harassment cases to go to trial.
Source: bbc news
The University Teachers Association – Ghana (UTAG) has said their employer has been dragging its feet on meeting their demands.
Speaking to GHOneTV, President of University Teachers Association – Ghana (UTAG), Prof Solomon Nunoo disclosed that Market Premium are to be implemented and reviewed every five-years.
“It means that since Single Spine started in 2009 there should have been a review of the Market Premium in 2014 and another in 2019 and all of these review periods have not taken place,” he added.
According to him, a report on their Market Premium came without any guidelines or roadmap for its implementation; neither were there any time lines.
“So basically, it has to do with our Market Premium which unfortunately for us in 2013 there was a freeze on the Market Premium which use to be 114% of the basic salary. So presently what is happening is that we are having a Market Premium which is 50% because of the freeze on our basic salary,” the President stated.
He continued “So you will notice that the amount of money we are receiving in terms of Market Premium has reduced drastically. We are unable to meet a lot of the needs that we want to actually work on. That is the main reason why we issued the communique for us to embark on the strike action because it seems time and again our employer is just buying time and not ready to implement what will inure to the benefit of our members.”
The President said they are demanding that the government implement what was agreed and institute the 114% basic salary which they enjoyed in 2013.
“What I expect my employer to do is to make sure we get the 114% of the basic salary as our Market Premium and we urge the employer to get that done. They can take all the time they have so that they can use that time to put in all the necessary measures to get things done well,” he added.
The Ghana Revenue Authority happily annouces that people who earn Ghc365 a month won’t pay tax.
GRA@GhanaRevenueWe are happy to inform you that, with the amendment (no. 2) of the Income Tax Act, 2021 (Act 1071), any employee (worker) who receives Ghc365 and below as monthly salary or Ghc 4,380.00 as annual salary is taxed at 0%!!!.
A 68-year old man, Albert Salu is suspected to have committed suicide in his room at Anlo-Afiadenyigba in the Keta Municipality of the Volta region.
The victim’s body was found hanging in his room on Sunday, 9th January, 2022.
According to a statement issued by the Volta Regional Command of the Ghana Police Service, “the Keta District Police received a report of the incident by a relative of the deceased and proceeded to the scene.”
“After careful examination of the body, though no marks of assault were seen, the deceased was found hanging a green rope tied to the ceiling of his single room. He was in a blue striped shirt and a pair of pink shots,” the statement added.
The deceased is said to have had no child and had been going through extreme hardship, surviving at the mercies of people.
The body has since been deposited at the Keta Municipal hospital morgue for preservation and autopsy at investigations continues.
Over 25 people have reportedly perished in a fatal accident on the Bibiani to Sefwi Bekwai road in the Western North region.
The gory accident happened Monday morning after a Metro Mass Bus crashed with a Sprinter Benz Bus.
An eyewitness Hamza Mohammed, who spoke to Starr FM, said the Sprinter Bus which was travelling from Sefwi-Wiawso to Bibiani crashed with the Metro Mass Buss which was travelling from Kumasi to Sefwi-Wiawso.
It is yet to be established what led to the accident but several others who sustained severe injuries have been rushed to a nearby accident.