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Alledged Sakawa Boy Who Reportedly Killed Angela Boamah After Using Her For Sakawa Speaks



Family and friends of 18-year-old Angela Boamah Amoah are still mourning her painful death.

Since the news broke out to the public, there have been several stories that have come up, with some pointing to the cause of death.

That has since become the most interesting subject in the death story of Angela.

It emerged on social media that the late Angela, the fifth born of her parents died after her scammer boyfriend used her for Sakawa which later got her Vajajay rotten.

This is an allegation the parents of the deceased young girl has vehemently debunked. Revealing that their daughter died of Cancer.

In a new development to the trending story, the alleged Sakawa who reportedly killed Angela Boamah has finally broken the silence.

You remember a video that came out on social media that captured the deceased and a fair-skinned young man in a flirty mood.

The voice in the video revealed that he is the guy who has taken the life of an innocent soul, using her for Sakawa.

However, the alleged killer identified as Ernest Appiah speaking to GhPage shot down claims that he’s a scammer (Sakawa guy).

The 19-year-old young man established that she knows Angela but both of them were never lovers. According to him, they were just friends.

Shocked by how the video surfaced, Ernest mentioned that the lady who made the voice over in that video is unknown to him.

Detailing his side of the story, Obuasi-based Ernest Appiah said he has no hand in the death of Angela affectionately called Ohemaa. They were besties (friends with benefits).

Furthermore, he indicated though the deceased was dating another guy he was aware of. The lifestyle of that guy doesn’t show anyone who’s into scamming.

Asked if he was able to visit Angela on her sick bed, he answered No. Giving reasons that he thought it wasn’t that serious hence shunning her.

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Government To Begin COVID-19 Cash Transfers To Vulnerable Households



Through the Ministry of Gender, the government is set to begin the transfer of Covid-19 relief cash to specific vulnerable individuals and households across the country.

The intervention, targeted at 125,000. Cynthia Morrison, the sector minister, in a statement, noted the interventions would be made in two installments in November 2020 and January 2021.

The beneficiaries are expected to include homeless persons in Accra and Kumasi, persons living with disabilities, persons in witch camps, persons affected by floods, and other extremely poor and vulnerable persons in the poorest regions of Ghana.

“Depending on their situation, each beneficiary will receive a one-off temporary Government of Ghana COVID-19 Relief Cash Transfer payment ranging from GH¢ 220.00 up to GH¢ 550.00,” parts of the statement.

Though the mode of transfer was not stated, the statement added: “The Ghana National Household Registry is responsible for determining poverty and vulnerability status as well as the eligibility of all potential individuals and households for the relief cash.”



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Diego Maradona’s Doctor Investigated For Involuntary Manslaughter



Diego Maradona’s doctor is being investigated for involuntary manslaughter in connection with the soccer legend’s death. Witnesses had reportedly seen a struggle between Maradona and his physician.

Diego Maradona’s doctor is under investigation for involuntary manslaughter four days after the Argentine legend suffered a fatal heart attack, state news agency Telam has reported.

Police raided the home and clinic of Maradona’s doctor Leopoldo Luque early Sunday, according to several local news outlets.

The raid came after witnesses reportedly told investigators they had seen a fight between Maradona and his 39-year-old personal physician, which allegedly included a shove.

The daily La Nacion newspaper cited a source as saying the searches were ordered as part of an investigation into “culpable homicide.”

Court investigators have been taking declarations from Maradona’s relatives, according to prosecutors overseeing the probe into the medical attention, the former Barcelona and Napoli forward received prior to his death.

Doctor responds to accusations

Luque gave an emotional response to the suspicions in a televised news conference, saying through tears: “You want to know what I am responsible for? For having loved him, for having taken care of him, for having extended his life, for having improved it to the end.”

Maradona’s personal doctor said that he had done “everything he could, up to the impossible” to save his “friend.”

He also pointed to the fact that there should have been a defibrillator inside the soccer star’s house as well as an ambulance parked outside, but that neither of those failures was up to him.

Luque declared his willingness to spontaneously give testimony in front of a judge even if he wasn’t called in b

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10 Government Officials Demanding Bribes From Me : American Investor



An American Businessman and Managing Director of Alafei Foods Company Limited, Claude D Convisser, has alleged that between eight to ten government officials are demanding bribes from him.

According to him, many Ghana businesses do not survive in the long term because they spend huge sums of money to pay bribes before they get assistance to develop.

He added that Ghana’s economy slow growth is linked to the continuous demand for bribes by people in authority from potential investors.

“We haven’t paid bribes and I must say I’m a very stubborn investor even though you have people in government who keep asking how much is in for them.

Eight to ten officials in this administration have demanded bribes from me,” Mr Convisser said Friday on the Morning Starr.

Mr Convisser added that “the NPP parliamentary candidate of Yendi’s secretary keeps demanding bribe from me.”

For the past six and a half years, the American investor who has lived in the country indicated that Ghana would have been the lead business country in West Africa and the continuous demand for bribes.

Mr. Convisser applied to set up a soy and vegetable factory in Zugu, a community in the Yendi Municipality of Ghana under the 1D1F to meet the protein and vitamin needs of the Ghana School Feeding Program in the Northern region.

If set up, the company would have employed over 30,000 farmers and supply to the GSFP at a lower cost. Still, authorities have frustrated him and are unwilling to grant him a letter of intent to secure funds from his sponsors.

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