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MP for Ablekuma West Constituency, Ursula Owusu, Donates To Dansoman Polyclinic

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GREATER ACCRA – Tuesday, April 28, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – As part of her efforts to support the vulnerable in this difficult period of the Covid -19 pandemic, the Member of Parliament for the Ablekuma West Constituency and Ghana’s Minister for Communications has donated Personal Protective Equipments (PPEs) and other essential items to the Dansoman Polyclinic.

The Dansoman Polyclinic is the only public health facility in the Ablekuma West Constituency and it serves the whole of the Dansoman Estates and adjoining communities as far as Weija. The PPEs and other essential items donated by the Member of Parliament would ensure that health professionals in the facility work under safe conditions in this delicate period of the Covid 19 pandemic.

Addressing the Media after the donation, Mrs. Owusu-Ekuful bemoaned the sharp increase in the number of Covid- 19 cases in the Ablekuma West Constituency and implored constituents to observe all of the laid down protocols in fighting the pandemic. Management of the Dansoman Polyclinic expressed their appreciation to the Member of Parliament for her continous support for the facility.

In a related development, Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful toured the Ablekuma West Constituency to donate assorted food items to her constituents. This time, she presented the food items to various traditional authorities and the fishing community in the Ablekuma West Constituency. She visited the Gbegbe, Gbegbeyise, Mpoase, Mamponse, Opetekwei and Glefe palaces on her tour. At each Palace she visited, the Member of Parliament presented bags of Rice, Cooking Oil and other essentials to the traditional authorities.

Mrs. Owusu-Ekuful had earlier visited the Tunga and Nasrawa Chiefs where she made similar donations. The Chiefs expressed gratitude to Mrs. Owusu-Ekuful for the special care she has shown the people in this very difficult period . They assured her that the items will be distributed to the underprivileged in their Communities and entreated her to stay in constant touch with the people in fighting the Covid 19 pandemic.

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“I Haven’t Endorsed Any Political Party”, Stonebwoy Speaks On NPP Endorsement Brouhaha

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With just approximately 14 days to elections, Politicians are leveraging on creatives with outrageously large influence on the society to canvas for votes. With the majority of talents availing themselves to be used by politicians to incite electorate’s decision, just a few are on the notion that, staying neutral and allowing the electorate to elect president and parliamentarians based on achievements is the best.

Multi award-winning reggae & dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy, has, in a recent interview on an Accra-based Okay FM, stated that, though he is going exercise his civic responsibility on the day on December 7, he has not made any public declaration for any political candidate to be elected or re-elected for office. But, however believing that, electorates should be given the opportunity to access the political party they feel deserves their votes.

“I won’t endorse any political party for now but I know our father, H.E Nana Akufo Addo has done a lot of good things which are endorsable”, he told host of Ekwanso Dwodwo, Abeiku Santana.

Earlier, Ghanaian born hiplife artiste Batman Samini, endorsed Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in a hot single “Kpoyaka” which outlines the achievements of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), a liberal democratic political party which was registered on 28 July 1992, Government under the leadership of Nana Akufo-Addo.

Sarkodie also dropped “Happy Day” featuring Kuami Eugene. The ambiguity and or inexactness of the song produced by MOG Beatz and Mastered by Possigee has left consumers in a state of uncertainty, as it has become very difficult to interpret it to be a Gospel or political campaign song for the governing New Patriotic Party. However, some part of the lyrics suggest it is actually an agenda driven campaign so for President Nana Akufo-Addo and also a Gospel song to keep nerves calm in these hard times.

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Ursula Owusu Commissions Basketball Court At Dansoman SSNIT Flat

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Becoming the first of the its kind in the constituency, the Member of Parliament for the Ablekuma West Constituency, Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, has commissioned a new basketball court for the people of Dansoman SSNIT Flat, a project which is part of a bespoke initiative aimed at making community the hub of basketball in Ghana.

“We vote for development. We vote for progress. We vote for prosperity. We vote to enhance our livelihoods and our living conditions. It doesn’t matter which party we belong to. But, if your elected representatives are working and meeting your needs and aspirations, you support and encourage them to do more for you,” the Communications Minister said at an event on Saturday, November 21, 2020, to commission the facility

“What we are seeing here today at the Dansoman SSNIT flat, I believe is the first of its kind. Most people will fight for Astro turfs and standard pitches and all that, because, football is the major sport in this country. But we can develop basketball to also be one of the big sports in this country and we are moving systematically to ensure that Dansoman becomes the headquarters of basketball in Ghana” she added.

The captain of the Dansoman SNNIT flat basketball association, Joe Nettey, expressed his profound gratitude to the constituency’s representative for birthing such initiative to enable talents who have the potentials and interest in playing the discipline. He “the commissioning of the court marked a new turning point in Dansoman basketball.”

He said the facility would forever carry the vision of “our community,” assuring that they would show their gratitude by voting massively for the NPP and the MP to continue with the good work. Joe Nettey added that, the youth of the area have yearned for such a facility for the past 35 years hence assured the MP of a Proper maintenance culture.

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Ghana Election 2020 – mybet.africa Put Out Odds

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With 19 days until election day, sportsbook giant mybet.africa has put out competitive odds on who becomes the President of Ghana.

12 presidential aspirants are vying for the ultimate position to steer the affairs of the country for the next four years come December 7, 2020.

However, mybet.africa believes the spotlight in the presidential election will focus mainly on incumbent President Nana Addo and former President John Mahama. Both aspirants have been in the high office and will want to draw on the experience to convince the electorate to vote in their favour.

But most political pollsters are of the view that the management of the economy will play a vital role in deciding who wins. The incumbency may have the advantage of having managed the economy in a better way as compared to previous John Mahama’s government with the resources available, according to some pollsters.

However, other pollsters have a strong view and believes both governments have equally managed the economy best with the resource available.

Notwithstanding the views of the pollsters, the deciding factor will rest solely on the electorate who holds the power to vote who to handle the economic issues of Ghana.

Mybet.africa has odds on the candidate to have the most votes in the first round and the likely candidate to win the election to become the President of Ghana.

Go online now to https://bit.ly/36OnbWj to place your bet on the favourite aspirant to win and walk with smiles

Source: www.mybet.africa

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“Lil Wayne Was Paid To Endorse Trump”, 50 Cent Alledges [WATCH]

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American Rapper 50 Cent has, in a recent interview on “the most dangerous morning show” – Breakfast Club on Power FM, alledged that, Lil Wayne received a payment for his widely trashed Trump-Republican Party endorsement.

37 minutes into the interview, 50 recalled being offered a large amount of money to attend Trump’s inauguration. According to him, the Trump team was reaching out to him—as they did with other artists ahead of the 2020 election—as part of an effort he says was aimed at attracting voters. 50 explained he was initially offered $500,000 to go to the inauguration, though that offer was later bumped up to $1 million.

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“He was needing it for the same reasons you see now,” 50 said. “He participated with different artists for the Black vote. And I’m going, nah, I ain’t gonna put myself in that position. ‘Cause I don’t know what I’d have to do to recover from that.”

Asked by Charlamagne if Lil Wayne received a payment for his widely trashed Trump endorsement, 50 said he was “sure” he did. “Yeah, I’m sure. … Easily, he got paid,” 50 said.

Watch full interview here;

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