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Atomic Junction Traffic Jam Resolved Thanks To A Prime Morning Intervention



Users of the Atomic junction roundabout located on the Accra-Madina road can finally heave a sigh of relief, as the location which has become known for its long traffic congestions is now seeing less traffic. This follows an agreement between the drivers and the University of Ghana, Legon, thanks to a Prime Morning news feature.

Last month, Joy Prime’s morning show ‘Prime Morning’, reported that drivers who load cars on a piece of land owned by the University had been forced off the land, causing them to move to the roadside; which blocked parts of the major road and caused traffic.

Prime Morning, which stars Ghana’s most beautiful winner Emefa Adeti, followed-up the story with the Madina divisional police and the MP for Ayawaso West Wuagon; Madam Lydia Seyram Alhassan to help resolve the issue.

Despite assurances to relocate the drivers, the intervention seemed to be bearing no fruits, and so the issue was taken to the Vice-chancellor of the University of Ghana. A meeting was arranged between the drivers and school officials, which resulted in the drivers being allowed back on the land.

The Prime Morning team revisited the interchange to ascertain the progress of the situation. Emefa Adeti noted that the traffic situation had improved significantly. Several drivers interviewed shared similar sentiments.

Speaking on the issue on Prime Morning today, the Chairman for the Dome-St. Johns drivers’ union Ernest Agyei Baafi confirmed that the initial traffic was true as a result of their evacuation from the station. The said plot had been closed down by one Masco company, that claimed ownership to the land without any justification or proof.

After several deliberations and consultations, the University granted the drivers working access to the portion of land at the interchange to use as a bus terminal.

The relocation of the drivers from the roadside to the terminal has consequentially led to the easing of traffic at the Interchange. Ernest also thanked the Prime Morning team on behalf of the Drivers Union for their intervention.

Prime Morning airs on Joy prime on weekdays from 6 a.m to 9 a.m and stars Jay Foley, Emefa Adeti, and Daniel Dadzie.


PRESS VIDEO: Adrienne Nicole Addresses Viral Sextape Involving DBlack [WATCH]



Adrienne Nicole the Woman in leaked Sextape with Ghana Rapper DBlack speaks out after video went viral. Adrienne Nicole is a Philanthropist and American Politician who lives a private quite personal life. Since this video has went viral, she has been devastated.

About a week ago Adrienne lost her phone at the airport while traveling. Then a few days later on Monday September 14, 2020. Adrienne started receiving messages from an individual demanding money and if not paid they would start posting personal pictures and videos of her and the Ghana Celebrity. Adrienne Nicole ignored the attempts at extortion and instead reported to local authorizes. Within 48 hours the individual contacted Adrienne Nicole again demanding payment by end of day or they would start releasing videos of her and her Ex-Boyfriend (Ghanaian Celebrity, DBlack).

Again, Adrienne Nicole did not respond and forwarded the 2nd correspondence to authorities as well. Then within hours the sextape was leaked online and has since been posted and shared thousands of times across the internet. Due to the overwhelming response to the leaked videos she made a complaint to cyber security team to take down the visuals from the internet.    Adrienne Nicole and her team further reached out to news/media and social platforms reporting the videos and asking them to take them down but as soon as a video is taken down, more popup.

We spoke to Adrienne Nicole who has since went dark on social media and she had this to say:

“I have no idea how to handle this. This feels like a crazy dream. I cannot believe someone would do this to me and my Ex. There are hundreds of pictures and videos of him and I, on that phone and I don’t know what to do if more are released.

Those were private moments and memories. We broke up and were taking a break but I never seen anything like this happening! This was a personal part of my life never meant to be shared with the World and I am still processing what’s happening to me right now” – Adrienne Nicole.

Adrienne Nicole is now working with her local authorities and local Ghanaian authorizes to get the videos taken down and keep any more videos from being leaked. See her video statement below. Anyone who needs to assist in this or reach out locally to Adrienne can contact her Ghanaian Publicist, Elorm Beenie on +233266633090.

Here is how she detailed everything in a video;

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MTN Donate 88, 000 Face Masks To Healthworlers To Boost “Wear It For Me” Campaign



MTN Ghana Foundation is donating over 88,000 KN95 face masks to health workers in regional and selected district hospitals across the country.

The face masks will be presented to health workers in 31 health facilities in the 16 regions of Ghana. This initiative is aimed at supporting MTN’s bid to promote the wearing of masks and support health workers across the country during this pandemic.

The face masks will be donated to the following institutions – Dambai Hospital, Jasikan District Hospital, Holy Family Hospital, Abrafi Hospital, Goaso District Hospital, Hwediem Government Hospital, Sunyani Regional Hospital, Bodomase/Kwatire Health Center, Nalerigu Hospital, Walewale Hospital, Damongo Hospital, Salaga Hospital, Wiaso Government Hospital, Bekwai Metro Hospital, Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital, Esikado Community Hospital, Ho Teaching Hospital, Aflao Government Hospital, Greater Accra Regional Hospital, Koforidua Regional Hospital, and Atua Government Hospital.

The rest are Kumasi South Hospital, Bekwai Hospital, Cape Coast Teaching Hospital, Central Regional Hospital – Winneba, Tamale Teaching Hospital, Saboba Government Hospital, Bolga Regional Hospital, Bongo District Hospital, Wa Regional Hospital and Jirapa Hospital.

Commenting on the donations, the Corporate Services Executive of MTN Ghana, Mr. Samuel Koranteng said, “During this pandemic, we have acknowledged that protecting our health workers is paramount. Health workers use a lot of face masks in and out of the hospitals and we are delighted to be able to provide additional face masks for them”.

“The donation also gives meaning to our Masks campaign dubbed #WearItForMe and Be Wise. We want to emphasize the need for people to wear their face masks everywhere they go”.

Following the outbreak of Coronavirus in Ghana, the MTN Ghana Foundation has supported Ghanaians with some interventions to lessen the impact of the pandemic and to keep us all safe. MTN donated GHc5 million worth PPEs to National Covid 19 Trust fund. Again, the Foundation donated essential equipment to the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research to enable rapid testing and data processing.

For over twelve years now, the MTN Ghana Foundation has been instrumental in supporting national development efforts through conscious investments in the areas of Education, Health and Economic Empowerment. Over USD 15,207,874.19 has been invested in about 150 projects across the country. These projects are estimated to have impacted over 4 million people.

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COVID-19: Over 4000 Face Masks Presented To The Ghana Prison Service By “Mask 4 All”



Over 4000 face masks have been presented to the Ghana Prison Service to safeguard inmates amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The package forms part of 15000 face masks being delivered to various groups in the second phase of MASKS4ALL distribution.

In his opening remarks, Spokesperson for MASKS4ALL, Mr Kabutey Ocansey indicated that juveniles in the Senior Correctional Centre and female inmates in the various Prisons in Ghana are of particular concern to Mask4all.

Presenting the face masks at the Headquarters of the Ghana Prison Service in Accra, the Chief Executive of the AMA and Patron of MASKS4ALL, Mohammed Adjei Sowah said it was proven by health experts that wearing of nose masks was the surest way of controlling the spread of the virus and that wherever two or three people were gathered the virus was potentially present hence the initiative to mobilize masks and distribute to vulnerable groups who could not afford it. The leadership of GPS expressed their appreciation for the donation.

In an interview with the press, a Coordinator of Masks4all Mr Astus Kwasi Ahiagble commended the Ghana Prison Service for their effective preventive management of Covid-19 in our Prisons without major outbreaks.

The Masks4all Initiative is organized by the Coalition of Event Managers and Suppliers (CEMS) in Partnership with Accra Metropolitan Assembly, Creative Arts Council and the Multimedia Group. The initiative aims at mobilizing and distributing face masks to the needy and vulnerable in the fight against the spread Covid-19.

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Queen Elizabeth Honors 95-year-old Ghanaian Veteran; Meet Ex British Army Soldier Behind The Initiative – Derrick Cobbinah



A 95-year-old Ghanaian World War Two veteran was honoured by Queen Elizabeth for his fundraising efforts. Private Joseph Hammond walked two miles (3.2km) a day for a week in May, raising £43,500 for frontline health workers and veterans in Africa.

Another individual deserving utmost recognition and praise is the young man behind the initiative and the one who has dedicated his time and life to serving the needs of veterans across the continent.

Inspired by fellow veteran Capt Tom Moore, who raised more than £32m in the UK to fight Covid-19, Derrick Cobbinah emulated the concept and guided Pvt. Hammond on the entire initiative including all the behind the scenes Administrative and Technological support.

Derrick Cobbinah has a multi-national inspiring experience supporting humanitarian logistics in harsh environments. He has a 14 year proven track record in managing human resources, transport, customer service, inbound and outbound logistics, reverse logistics, purchasing, procurement and outsourcing.

He devoted his youth and served ten years in the British Army, where he was awarded with two tour medals (Afghanistan service medal and the Queen’s Jubilee Medal).

Derrick Cobbinah returned to Ghana in 2014 and joined NMS Infrastructure Limited (NMSI) as the Site Logistics Coordinator and Security Manager for two years. At NMSI Derrick headed a $175m project to provide six well equipped District Hospitals in Ghana

Derrick played a huge role in setting up the UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce (UKGCC) a chamber formed to facilitate trade between the UK and Ghana. He held the position of Trade Services Manager and progressed to Head of Operations.

Activities under his watch at the chamber was to monitor and evaluate DFID special projects- i.e. The UK-Ghana Investment Summit and the Private Sector Anti-Corruption Group (PSACG)

Whilst serving with The Royal Commonwealth Ex-Services League (RCEL) as Project Officer for Africa, Derrick founded the Forces Help Ghana (FHG) in 2014 to further support veterans welfare. RCEL are in charge of supporting pre-independence veterans and widows across the commonwealth countries.

Forces Help Ghana expanded its operations to other African countries and is now known as Forces Help Africa (FHA). Forces Help Africa operates offices in South Africa, Liberia, Gambia and Sierra Leon.

The primary aim of Forces Help Africa is to provide support to veterans who are sick, injured or have fallen on hard times after serving their country. The highlight is on pre independence veterans who served the crown or under the British command before their country gained independence. FHA also supports forces (i.e. Armed forces, Police, Fire Service etc.) from the various African countries with their career transition to civilian life and also recognize their extraordinary work/service in Africa through an awards event.

Forces Help Africa’s core focus areas are Welfare, Mental Health and Wellness, Training and Research & Consultancy.

A true son of the land, a selfless reflection of what true patriotism and devotion to mankind should look like. We celebrate his tremendous work and congratulate him especially on the recent achievements alongside Pvt. Joseph Hammond.

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