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Nigerians in Ghana condemn attack on GIS personnel

Nigerians in Ghana condemn attack on GIS personnel

The Accra Chapter of the Yoruba Community in Ghana has condemned the verbal attack by some Nigerians resident at Kasoa, on some personnel of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) who were in the area to carry out their duty.

Due to this, the Accra Yoruba Community has called on the Ghana Police Service to arrest the law-breakers and punish them for their misconduct.

Captured in a video which has gone viral, scores of Nigerian youth based at Kasoa, Central Region, obstructed an official vehicle of the GIS and personnel from accessing a road to where the West African natives reside to carry out their official duty.

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The Nigerian youth ranted and chanted, pouring unprintable words at the GIS personnel, who, eventually, turned away to their office.

The misconduct by the youth had been widely condemned by law-abiding aborigines of Ghana and foreigners, and latest to condemn the act is the Accra Chapter of the Yoruba Community.

Chief Oyeyemisola Fatuyi, chairman of the Accra Yoruba Community, said: “As law abiding citizens, well-meaning Nigerians dissociate themselves from such an obnoxious and primitive behaviour. We support the law enforcement agency to pursue the culprits and bring them to book.”

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He reminded all Nigerians resident in Ghana that, Ghana remains a second home, as well as an investment destination to Nigerians.

In this regard, he said Nigerians are encouraged to be law-abiding citizens and ensure that they operate within the limits of the ECOWAS protocols.

The Yoruba Community pleaded with the Ghana Police Service not to let this bad conduct by the youth die, pointing out that punishment for crime must not be nepotistic.

“The Yoruba community appreciates the peaceful and cordial atmosphere in Ghana and will not condone any act of violence that will compromise that peace.

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“We are happy to collaborate with the Nigerian High Commission and the relevant Law Enforcement Agencies to build a network that will expose any deviant who wishes to tarnish the image of Nigerians, as well as tamper with the peaceful atmosphere in Ghana.

“We call on our All Nigerian Community Executives (ANC) and leaders to restructure that body that joins all Nigerians in foreign land to become more effective,” Chief Fatuyi, who is also a Peace Ambassador, said.

Source: Inusa Musah

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High School Students In Kumasi Caught Singing ”Free SHS, 419” After Paying For The 2020 WASSCE Fees

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A video trending online shows Senior High School students in Kumasi singing a newly composed song to ridicule the Free Senior High School program.

According to reports, the video was recorded in one of the Senior High Schools in the Ashanti Region a few days ago.

 

This came to light after the president announced that the government had absorbed WASSCE registration for all Senior School Students for the year 2020.

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Addressing the nation as final year SHS and second year Gold Track students were preparing to return to school, the President indicated that 75.4 million cedis will be channeled towards that endeavour.

But new information from the Ghana Education Service reveals that the president’s assertion was not 100% true.

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But the Head of School Examinations Administration Department of the Ghana Office of the West African Examination Council (WAEC), Godfried Addo has revealed that though this is true, there were some exceptions.

Mr. Godfried went on to clarify that the government’s absorption of the 2020 WASSCE fees covered only students in recognized educational institutions and not private High Schools.

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Reacting to this, some students came up with their own songs to describe how they feel about the ‘Free SHS’ as it is not ‘FREE’ after all.

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Video: FDA Boss spotted in Anas Aremeyaw Anas Latest Exposé

Anas Aremeyaw Anas, Ghanaian undercover journalist has released the full video of the much anticipated latest exposé dubbed the ‘Corona quacks and thieves in Ghana’.

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The exposé focuses on unveiling fake doctors who have a claim to have a potent cure for the fast-spreading and deadly COVID-19.

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However, the FDA Boss, Delese Mimi Darko was spotted in the said video going round on social media.

In the Video, Anas was seen in the office of the FDA Boss whom he had gone to meet regarding his inquiry to know whether a supposed COVID-19 tonic was duly registered with the FDA or not.

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Watch the Full Video here;

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