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Display Coronavirus Dead Bodies On Live TV To Show How Serious It Is : Alban Bagbin To Government

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The Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament and Member of Parliament for Nadowli West Hon Alban Bagbin has advocated for a fear campaign by the government in the fight against coronavirus.

In his take, COVID-19 patients(both dead and alive) should be shown on national television to send a message that the virus is not a misconception as some people tend to believe.

Hon. Alban speaking on the floor of Parliament on Tuesday, May 19, 2020, said his call was based on feedback he has received from the public.

He argued that will help wake people from their “slumber” and make them think that COVID-19 is real and dangerous.

To him from his observance, many people are still living their lives as if everything is still normal and are flouting the COVID-19 protocols.

Hon Alban Kingsford Sumani Bagbin speaking on the floor of parliament enunciated;

“In fact, I want to see on TV some evidence of death because when you state that this number of people are dead but they are not seeing anything like that [it will not give them the shock of their life].”

“I believe in the shock therapy. We need shock therapy to wake them up from slumber and make them know COVID-19 is real,”.

Meanwhile, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ghana has risen to 6,096 with 1,773 recoveries and 31 deaths.

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Real Madrid Manager Zinedine Zidane Tests Positive For COVID-19

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More trouble for Real Madrid as News reaching us indicates, Manager, Zinedine Zidane has tested positive for COVID-19.

The Spanish club announced the unfortunate happening via an official statement on their website. He will now self isolate and will not be on the touchline for his side’s game against Alaves tomorrow.

Madrid crashed out of Copa del Ray just days ago and now trying to revive their league title ambition with a tricky matchday 17 tier. The French Man’s absence will be a massive blow for the league champions.

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Why I Prefer To Stay In Rented Apartments To My Own House : Dada Joe Remix Explains

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Nana Kojo Boateng , Ghanaian Millionaire popularly known as Dada Joe Remix has explained why he prefers staying in a rented apartment to staying in his own house.

He stated in a post on Snapchat that he has currently rented a penthouse where he pays $6,000 to $7,000 on a monthly basis.

And his reason for this decision is that the reality of paying monthly bills keeps him motivated to work harder.

But when he’s in his own house, there are no bills to be paid, so it’ll make him feel relaxed.

He wrote: “I left the comfort of my home to be in this pent house cux I wanted to be on my toes knowing how much monthly bills coming from this apartment 6K-7K$ that won’t let me sleep but I rather speed my system up and it’s working When am home there is no monthly bills, it’s just sleep sleep sleep or drive drive drive.

There is no bills as compared to this place. Kindly allow me to live my life the way I want it. Don’t be in my dm advising me. I have sense ”

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Profile Of Tsatsu Tsikata Lead Counsel For NDC Election Petition Hearing In Ghana

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His name alone sends shivers and cold into the spine of people who had have had an encounter with him. The famous Lawyer TSATSU TSIKATA born on 1st October 1950 hails from Keta. He was brought up in Adabraka, a suburb of Accra.

He is academically intelligent and has a tremendous educational background following his older brother Fui to school. He attended Additrom Preparatory School and then Mrs. Sam’s Preparatory School, a school also attended by the late President of Ghana Jerry Rawlings.

Mr. Tsikata was also promoted from year 2 to year 3 at Accra Newtown Experimental School, catching up with his older brother Fui.

At the age of 9, he won a United Africa Company (UAC) scholarship in 1960 to start his secondary education at Mfantsipim School.

On completion of his five-year course, he gained admission into the University of Ghana, Legon, at the age of 16, where he obtained an LL.B First Class degree at the age of 18 years. Only one other 18-year-old had completed a degree program at that time.

He then won a post-graduate scholarship from the University of Ghana to Oxford University where he again obtained first-class honors in Bachelor of Civil Law which is equivalent to a master’s degree at other British universities

Tsatsu Tsikata is one of seven siblings who was fathered by TSIKATA GODWIN KOKU-SRU(Former sales manager of UNITED AFRICA CORPORATION).

Mr. Tsatsu Tsikata is married to ESTHER COBBAH, who bared him 3 children, and he is known as a lover of cricket(sport).

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