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Apraku’s Daughter Gives Full Details About His Death

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The Late Apraku

The demise of Evangelist Apraku aka ‘Apraku My Daughter’ has come as a shocker to the majority of Ghanaians.

His death comes after a disturbing viral video of him appearing directionless as a result of him soaked in his newfound reliever- alcohol.

His daughter( whose name is yet to be known) has confirmed the news again in an interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay 101.7 FM.

The daughter, speaking in an interview on Okay FM revealed that they (herself and other relatives) met their father’s dead body in his room this afternoon when they had gone to visit him.

Though what killed Apraku My Daughter has not been confirmed as at now, there are suspicions that he might have committed suicide or out of hunger.

A postmortem will be the best to bring out the real cause of his death.

Delivering details of his father’s death, she said the late Apraku lived in a semi-detached house.

Today was the days that they decided to visit their beloved father in his house but upon getting there, they were told they’ve not seen him the whole day.

This realization made them ask questions that how’s it possible that they’ve not heard from their neighbour but did not bother to check on him?

They knocked on the door but got no response. This caused them to break the door down and upon entering, they saw their father on his bed dead with his head lifted up unto the ceiling.

May his soul rest in perfect peace. God be with you. Hmmmm.

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Food And Drug Administration To Ban The Production Of Alcoholic Drink In Sachets And Plastic Bottles

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Director-General, Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, has told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Wednesday that, the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) will totally ban the production of alcoholic drinks in sachets by 2023/2024 after the organization expressed worry over the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages in sachets and small volume glass and Poly-Ethylene Terephthalate (PET) bottles.

With the support of the Federal Ministry of Health, Adeyeye stated that the concern also relates to the fact that alcohol “is also a toxic and psychoactive substance with dependence producing properties, explaining that, uncontrolled access and availability of high concentration alcohol in sachet and small volume PET or glass bottles have been put forward as a factor contributing to substance and alcohol abuse in Nigeria with its negative impact on the society.

The director-general also said that, pending the time-lapse, the distillers association were told to reduce the level of alcohol drink in sachets, and that they have agreed to do that. Adeyeye said the distillers association had also been tasked to run a social responsibility campaign against underage drinking, adding that a jingle would soon be on air in this regard.

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Nigeria: Mother Disgraces Her Daughter After Catching Her In A Hotel Room With A Man | WATCH

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A video that has gone viral on social media, captured the moment a Nigerian mother disgraced her daughter after catching her in a hotel room with a man.

The angry mother who spoke Yoruba was seen dragging her daughter out of the facility while hitting her intermittently. Where the incident occurred is still unclear at the time of filing this report.

Here is the video below:

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Mahama’s Promise To Pay Assembly Members Doesn’t Hold Water : Ahafo Assembly Members

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The immediate past president of the Republic of Ghana, H. E. John Dramani Mahama has promised to give salaries to all both elected and appointed members of various District, Municipal and Metropolitan Assemblies when voted back into power.

Surprisingly, Assembly members within Tano North, Tano South, Asutifi North, Asutifi South, Asunafo North, and Asunafo South, all in the Ahafo Region, have spoken against that promise and termed it as a palpable lie and deceptive promise. Addressing the media at, Goaso, the Ahafo Regional Capital in a press conference.

The Dean of presiding members who is also an Assembly member for Asuokwao Electoral Area of Tano North in the Ahafo region, Hon. Adom Agyei Kenneth debunked some false publication peddled by purported Assembly members who claim to support the former president.

Hon. Adom, who spoke on behalf of the Assembly members called on the National security, with immediate effect to arrest those unscrupulous people because they don’t represent even a single electoral area in the region.

Mahama's Promise to Pay Assembly Members Doesn't Hold Water - Ahafo Assembly Members

The presiding member for Asunafo North Municipal Assembly, who doubles as Assemblymember for Fawohoyeden Electoral Area, Hon. Jones Afriyie Anto also hammered on a rounded pricket that, Ghana’s Constitution and the Local Government Act does not permit them to engage in partisan politics, however, if they are allowed to participate in partisan politics, then, they will rather prefer H. E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the president of the Republic of Ghana to the former president John Dramani Mahama.

Former President Mahama, who was once an Assemblymember but neglected them during his administration, he couldn’t even provide the needed logistics to them. H. E. Nana Akufo-Addo has been able to provide them with motorbikes.

Some of the members added that the creation of the Ahafo Region is even a valuable asset to them because they can easily be identified in the governance system. There are major road Infrastructures under the leadership of H. E. President Akufo-Addo in the region. Bediako-kasapin Road, Akrodie-Asumura Road, Norbeko-Sankore Road, Bomaa, and the like. The Assembly members called on every tom, dick, and harry to disregard ex-president Mahama’s promise of paying them because it is a hollow promise which lacks substance. They concluded by endorsing the four more for Nana Agenda.

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