Stonebwoy Pulls Gun On Sarkodie’s Manager
It has emerged that dancehall act and BHIM Nation President, Stonebwoy has once again pulled a gun in a scuffle with Sarkodie’s manager, Angel Town.
He is alleged to have punched the face of Angel Town who is now rceiving treatment at a hospital after he was purportedly attacked by the dancehall performer.
Ola Michael, a radio show host with Neat FM has laid bare what really ensued between the two point by point on Monday.
“What happened is that when Stonebwoy came, he wanted to park at the place demarcated for president and ministers but he was not allowed. Yaw Sarpong and his group were also not allowed. But when Shatta came later, he was allowed to park so Stonebwoy got angry and questioned them.”
“It led to exchange of blows and Sarkodie’s manager was heavily hit by Stonebwoy. Angel is in the hospital now. Stonebwoy pulled a gun again. Angel Town also pulled a gun,” he said.
According to him Stonebwoy will end up in jail soon if he does not check his temperament.
The whole issue is not just about the dancehall artiste engaging in any form of banter but rather if he is fit psychologically to wield a gun.
Robbers Gift Victim GHC 50; Kill Pastor Who Advised Them
It has emerged that Rev. Maxwell Atakorah who was shot dead by suspected armed robbers in his rented apartment at Santasi Anyinam in the Kumasi metropolis Wednesday dawn was advising his assailants to desist from robbery before one of them was ordered to pull the trigger.
The murdered man of God was Head Pastor of the Ejisu-Tikrom branch of the Jehova Nissi Evangelical Ministry and survived by a wife and three children, including a 2 week-old baby. Some of his church members shared fond memories of him said he was a good person who did the work of God well; they said it could not be the case that their pastor had any personal problem with anybody which might have resulted in his death.
Degree Holders Can Only Teach Basic Schools – NAPO
The Minister of Education, Mr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh has said in parliament that a degree is now required before one can teach at the basic school level. According to the Educational Minister, basic school education is the basic foundation that every child needs to help build a bright future due to this the quality of teachers needs to be checked to help build a bright future for children in the country.
“We have in our focus on teacher reforms taken the necessary steps to upgrade all our Colleges of Education to university colleges to award Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.), degrees, following a review of the teacher education curriculum into the standards-based curriculum,” he told Parliament, in Accra.
Southhampton Sign Ghana’s Mohammed Salisu In €12 Million Deal
English Premier League (EPL) side Southampton have signed Ghanaian centre back Mohammed Salisu from Real Valladolid for a reported €12m fee.
He was one of the EPL side’s two centre-back targets they were looking at in January.
Salisu joins the club on a four-year deal after they triggered his release clause.
In an interview on his signing, Salisu said “Southampton is a club with a very rich history in developing young players, so it is a very good club for me to develop my skills and to learn a lot as a young player.”
Meanwhile, Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has also noted “This is an important signing for us. Mohammed is a player who fits our profile well.”
Southampton have also captutred experienced full-back Kyle Walker-Peters from Tottenham.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Ghanaian will have to undergo a 14-day quarantine period once he arrives in the UK from Spain due to coronavirus control measures.
The highly-rated 21-year-old, who made 32 appearances for the Spanish side last term, has signed a four-year deal.