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Ghana@65: Honour your tax obligations



The District Chief Executive for Obuasi East, Faustina Amissah, has added her voice to the calls by the government for Ghanaians to honour their tax obligations to accelerate development.

The MCE made this call when she delivered the keynote address at the 65th Independence day anniversary celebrations held at Boete in the Obuasi East District.

It would be recalled that the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, at a town Hall meeting at Sekondi, appealed to citizens to honour tax obligations as required by the State.

One of such taxes is the E-levy which according to the Minister, will help mobilize revenue for development, hence citizens should rally behind its implementation.

Reiterating the call by government, Hon. Amissah said for the Ghanaian economy to bounce back from the shackles of COVID-19, there is the need for the citizenry to exercise patriotic responsibility by paying their taxes promptly so that the Ghanaian economy can bounce back and stand the test of time.

Touching on the theme for the celebration  ‘Working Together, Bouncing back better’, the DCE called for unity and the need to eschew divisiveness.

She said “the theme is very appropriate judging from the devastating effect of Coronavirus on the economy of the country and that of the rest of the world, we cannot bounce back when we are not united”.

Ghana card to be used for major transactions in the District

Hon. Faustina Amissah in an interview with the media on the sidelines of the event said by the end of July, 2022, the Ghana card will be used for major transactions in the District.

She thus encouraged residents to register and acquire their cards irrespective of the challenges they will encounter at the registration centers.

Let’s believe in our capabilities

The Member of Parliament for Obuasi East Constituency, Hon. Patrick Boakye Yiadom, stated his opposition to the assertion by some Ghanaians that independence came too early .

He said Ghanaians must start to believe in their capabilities.

“It is about time Ghanaians realised that we have the wherewithal to develop as a country and become the beacon of hope for Africa.”

He again admonished Ghanaians to take charge of their destinies and contribute towards the development of the country.

March past competition

At the end of the march past competition which climaxed activities for the celebrations, Bryant Mission was crowned winners in the Primary category with 76.66 points, whiles  Rissing Sun Academy and Lovely Home Academy won the 2nd and 3rd positions respectively.

In the Junior High school category, Boete MA emerged winners with 88.33 points, with the 2nd position going to Independence JHS.

St. Cyril Anglican placed 3rd.

‘Our lady Girls Cadet was also adjudged winners in the Cadet category with 68.33 points.



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Police officer assaults guy for beating his girlfriend (Video)



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A uniformed Police Officer has been captured on camera landing a series of brutal slaps on a civilian.

According to footnotes surrounding the trending video, the police officer caught the guy assaulting his girlfriend.

He confronted the guy to deal with him man-to-man by also beating him in tenfolds of what he did to his girlfriend.

In the video, the humbled boyfriend can be seen pleading with the police officer and also promising never to lay a finger on his girlfriend again.

This video has received mixed reactions from Ghanaians. Some social media users have applauded the police officer for dealing with the guy.

Others have also chided him for putting the law into his own hands and going overboard in the process.

Watch the video below to know more…

Check out some of the comments gathered under the video;

@Mamaga_Berry 1 I took my time to listen to the police man over and over again, he was asking the guy why he beat n slapped the lady
Though that wasn’t the right way for him to settle such a case but it was out of anger, for all u know the lady was badly beaten. Please let’s not just judge this by the police man assaulting the perpetrator for doing wrong ? but also from the perspective that violence & assault is ongoing day in and out…’s bad for a man to hear a lady no matter how provoked you are try to turn away from evil.

@Ohene_ohene_ – Try this here in Germany Or America ?? hit a woman it could be your death from the police they will tear you apart and throw you on the ground that you will never forget in your whole life and the Ghana police is really too soft Ghana have really good police ???? but they just don’t see it Travel and See

@Heleomooto – It seems like it was a domestic violence case where the man was hitting a girl

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Photos of Sir John’s first son pops up plus the properties Willed to him



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Late NPP firebrand and Ghana Forestry Commission head, Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie; popularly, known as ‘Sir John’ has been trending on the internet since morning after an exclusive copy of his Will managed to land on the internet.

READ ALSO: Achimota Forest lands, gold and oil businesses in Sir John’s will goes viral

In his will, Sir John a gave parcels of his lands in the Achimota Forest Reserve and other valuable assets to some of his relatives, as well as his biological children.

One of the people who massively gained a lot from Sir John’s Will is his first son named Yaw Amoateng Afriyie.

Yaw Amoateng Afriyie is the current Acting Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC).

Citing from the Will, he received 1 acre of land at Achimota Forest which has caused a public outcry because the forest is for the state.

He also got a Mansion at Ogbojo and one at East Legon and an extra 3 bedroom house at East Legon.

READ ALSO: ‘Who’s Michael Owusu?” – Ghanaians search for Sir John’s nephew in his Will

Take a look at the documents below to know more…

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources has indicated it will investigate a document making rounds on social media alleging that late former Forestry Commission Chief Executive, Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, popularly called Sir John, included portions of the Achimota forest lands in his will.

The purported will, which was been publish by investigative journalist Manasseh Azure Awuni’s Fourth Estate, contains four parcels of specified and unspecified acres of land in the Achimota Forest, which the late politician bequeathed to named persons.

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Awal Muhammad Mustapha: World Youngest Billionaire



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Awal Muhammad Mustapha, a Nigerian teen, has been dubbed the “World’s Youngest Billionaire” and owns enough supercars and a mansion to prove it.

Ismail Mustapha, often known as Mompha, is the son of a controversial millionaire and has been named the youngest billionaire by The Sun in the United Kingdom.

Awal Muhammad Mustapha, Mompha’s son, has been dubbed the “World’s Youngest Billionaire,” having purchased his first property at the age of six and travelling the world via private aircraft.

Awal Muhammad Mustapha, World’s Youngest Billionaire

This came out during his father’s money laundering and fraud lawsuit with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

The Nigerian billionaire is currently facing modified 22-count allegations, including money laundering and N32.9 billion in computer fraud.

“The pint-sized pre-teen influencer – real name Muhammed Awal Mustapha – shows off his blingtastic lifestyle to his 25,000 Instagram followers,” according to The Sun.

One photo shows him standing on the hood of a cream Bentley Flying Spur, which he claims his father purchased for him as his first automobile.

Awal Muhammad Mustapha, World’s Youngest Billionaire

In another, he poses in front of a scarlet Lamborghini Aventador wearing fancy clothing from head to toe.

“Happy birthday to me,” he wrote in the caption. Outside one of his huge luxury residences in Dubai, more showy automobiles can be seen, including a yellow Ferrari.

Muhammed is the son of Ismailia Mustapha, a multimillionaire Nigerian internet personality known as Mompha.

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Mompha senior has the same high-end tastes as his son and is well-known for his lavish spending and A-list lifestyle.

 He travels back and forth between Lagos and the United Arab Emirates, sharing photos with his over a million Instagram followers.

Awal Muhammad Mustapha, World’s Youngest Billionaire

In photos, he can be seen carrying wads of cash, staying in seven-star hotels, and driving hypercars. In 2019, he gave Mompha Jr his first mansion for his sixth birthday.

“Owning your own home is one of the nicest emotions ever,” he reportedly wrote at the time. It can’t be expressed in words, and it can’t be measured in dollars.

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Homeownership is a rewarding experience that makes the daily effort worthwhile. It reassures you that you have somewhere to go after all the ups and downs….

A place where you will never be judged and will always be welcomed with open arms… Congratulations on your new home, My Son.

Awal Muhammad Mustapha, World’s Youngest Billionaire

Daddy’s birthday present to you. Mompha Jr.’s accomplishments, according to his proud father, should be acknowledged in their own right.

“The youngest landlord who wears Gucci and still has a house,” he wrote on Instagram. He is deserving of praise because he has paid his dues in full.”

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