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Broken Heart Message a Lady Sent to Her Boyfriend That’s Heart-warming

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Broken Heart is quotidian to our generation, loving someone is easy but the commitment that comes with it is to heavy to carry.

Life without love will be difficult and loving someone is automatic but the response or the feedback you get is what breaks you or makes you.

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An anonymous lady broken-heartedly sent a massage to her boyfriend named “Danny” over the inability to treat her to her satisfaction.

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‘There Is No Space For Them’ – Prez Akuffo-Addo To 499 Law Students

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'There Is No Space For Them' - Prez Akuffo-Addo To 499 Law Students

This is because there’s no space at the Ghana School of Law to contain them, President Akufo-Addo said.

He noted that the situation is rather unfortunate as the problem has been a persisting one.

“For the time being, there’s no space in the Law School for them, and this is a problem. There are several others before them who unfortunately fell into the same pit. It may be that this group has decided to be more vocal than their predecessors,” he said.

The President explained that it is not in the country’s best interest to keep the gates of the Ghana School of Law closed.

He stated that more lawyers were needed to ensure that the rule of law was maintained for the country’s development.

“I myself, I think that idea of more and more lawyers in the system is good for the health of the nation. If we want a country that is governed by the rule of law, it means that we need to have lawyers in virtually all aspects of our national life guiding the development of our country so that the rule of law really makes sense,” he said.

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He is, however, hopeful that a solution to the problem would be realised by next year.

According to him, it is reasonable that Ghanaians expect him to find a solution to the problem because he’s a celebrated Ghanaian lawyer.

“I think it’s a decent, reasonable expectation; I will not run away from it. I think it’s a reasonable expectation to see that this is a good moment for these matters to be resolved, and all I can say is that God willing, by the time I come back here the next year, substantial progress will be made in trying to deal with this.

“It’s unfortunate, I can’t pretend that this is a happy coincidence for me at all, on the contrary, I’m very disturbed by it, and I’m hoping that soon the cooperation of the various stakeholders, the Ghana Legal Council, the Chief Justice himself, Attorney General and myself, we’ll all find a solution to this situation,” he said.

 

 

 

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Wife Of Prophet Jesus Ahoufe Accuses Ghana Police Of Mistreating Her Husband

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Wife Of Prophet Jesus Ahoufe Accuses Ghana Police Of Mistreating Her Husband

Viviana Appiah, wife of the embattled pastor, Bishop Stephen Kwesi Appiah also known as Jesus Ahoufe of the New Life Kingdom Chapel, has accused the Ghana Police Service of handling her husband unfairly.

She believes the police are being manipulated to unnecessarily delay the case involving her husband.

Madam Viviana Appiah called on the police to prosecute the case fully in court.

She insisted that they are ready to prove their case in court, and thus urged the police to prosecute her husband if they feel he has done anything illegal.

“They’ve been keeping my husband here and saying it’s an order from above. So we want to know who gave the order from above. They should prove what my husband has done, or take us to court for us to go and prove our case there.”

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Bishop Stephen Kwesi Appiah was arrested on Tuesday, October 19, 2021.

He was arrested in connection to a prophecy he made that dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, would be shot on October 18, 2021.

Shatta who was equally in police custody with two others after reports went viral that he had been shot; a report that turned out to be a hoax has been realized.

 

 

 

 

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Good News For Government Workers;‘No Ghana Card, No Salary’ Directive Suspended

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Ghana Card Will Be Ready For 2024 Voting Exercise – National Identification Authority

The Controller and Accountant General’s Department (CAGD) has rescinded its decision not to pay public sector workers if they do not have a Ghana card.

Government workers risked forfeiting their December 2021 salaries per an initial directive from the CAGD.

The move was said to be part of the government of Ghana’s efforts to deliver a speedy, secured, and verified payroll service to government employees and pensioners while reducing the risk of undeserving payments or claims.

But the government through consultations with the Ministries of Employment and Labour Relations,  Finance, and the Account General have backtracked over concerns raised by labour unions.

In a communiqué issued after a joint meeting on Tuesday, October 19, 2021, the two Ministries have asked the CAGD to “port the names of public sector workers in their existing databases onto the NIA platform and thereafter inform the various institutions of any unregistered staff that may exist.”

With this latest intervention, the December ultimatum given to workers on the government payroll to acquire Ghana cards before receiving their pay is no longer going to take effect.

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However, state institutions have been advised to encourage their staff members to register with the National Identification Authority (NIA) to secure the Ghana card as soon as possible.

There have been agitations by a section of government workers and unions since the Department issued the directive on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, with some asking the Controller and Accountant-General to reconsider the directive and withdraw it completely or have the deadline extended.

According to organized labour, the NIA should bear the responsibility of capturing government workers on its database and not compel them to secure the cards.

They insisted that the decision is a lazy approach towards addressing lapses in the government’s payroll system.

The National Identification Authority however justified the directive, saying, it is a step in the right direction.

Earlier, the CAGD said it will not withdraw its directive.

 

 

 

 

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