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I Found Out I Had 2 Cervixes, 2 Vagina And 2 Wombs In 2015 : Elizabeth Amoaa

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A beautiful Ghanaian lady, Elizabeth Amoaa who was doomed never to bear a child has won the battle is now a proud mother of a sweet girl; she has shared her story.

After years of going through stomach pains, back pain, vaginal thrusts, strange menstrual circle among others, Elizabeth finally found out why.

In 2015, the beautiful Ghanaian lady was diagnosed with uterus didelphys. With the Uterus Didelphys, it means Elizabeth Amoaa has 2 cervixes, two vagina, and two wombs.

This ailment was the cause of the severe pains Elizabeth was going through all her life but she had no idea. She admitted to the doctors she has never heard about it.

According to Elizabeth in a recent bare it all interview, she was informed because of her situation coupled with the fact that she was also diagnosed with Uterine fibroids she won’t be able to conceive and have a child.

She was put on a medication by her doctors. After years of battling the sickness, Elizabeth beat all odds to conceive and gave birth to a healthy child.

Elizabeth Amoaa now lives in Walsall, Birmingham with her sweet daughter after battling the sickness and emerging victorious.

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Stephanie Frappart To Become First-Ever Female Referee To Take Charge Of A Men’s Champions League

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Stephanie Frappart, French referee will become the first-ever female official to referee a men’s Champions League game when she oversees Juventus vs Dynamo Kiev on Wednesday, December 2.

The 36-year-old became the first woman to referee a major men’s European match when she took charge of the UEFA Super Cup final between Liverpool and Chelsea in Istanbul last year.

She also officiated the 2019 Women’s World Cup final between the United States and Holland and became the first female referee to take charge of a French Ligue 1 match when Amiens played Strasbourg in April last year.

She oversaw her first Europa League game in October when Leicester City hosted Zorya Luhansk.

Juventus, who have already qualified for the last-16, are second in Group G with nine points from four games, eight points clear of Dynamo Kiev, and three behind Barcelona, who face Ferencvaros on Wednesday.

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Kevin Taylor Alleges $45 Million COCOBOD Scandal Involving Chairman Wontumi

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Kevin Taylor has released a document pointing to a $45 million unwarranted road contract awarded to Chairman Wontumi by the Ghana Cocoa Board(COCOBOD).

The US-based Ghanaian journalist alleged that the contract was dubiously awarded to Chairman Wontumi’s 2-year-old engineering company called Hallmark Civil Engineering Ltd.

The document, a letter, from COCOBOD, dated, November 20, 2020, is titled ”Rehabilitation of roads in cocoa-growing areas – Construction of Dadieso-Akontombra road (KM 4.00 – 26.30) Awaso-Asawinso (Bibiani Jn) Western North).

The Ashanti Regional Chairman of the NPP’s engineering company was set up in 2018 and according to Kevin, it is quite alarming that they would be awarded such a huge contract with so little experience on the job.

The content of the letter reveals that the road is not asphalted and that a whopping $2 million would be spent per kilometer.

Again, per the letter, the contract was priced at US$ 45,199,526.96 for a period of 24 months.

Furthermore, Chairman Wontumi was obligated to sign a Performance Bond/Security for 10 per cent of the contract price issued by a reputable bank within 21 days or risk losing the contract.

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Chairman Wontumi COCOBOD

If there is any truth to the allegations made by Kevin Taylor, then COCOBOD would have some answers to give concerning the purported scandal.

Meanwhile, Ghana’s cocoa marketing and regulatory body, COCOBOD, had approved GHC 1.2 billion for payments to road contractors under the cocoa roads program under John Dramani Mahama’s administration.

It is fascinating that the current management of COCOBOD led by its Chief Executive, Joseph Boahen Aidoo, has refused to release audits of road contracts under his watch pointing to some legal protection.

According to him, Ghanaians who want access to the audit should go through the necessary process to get it.

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Elikem Kuenyehia Exits ENSAfrica|Ghana Law Firm He Founded As Chairma

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Ghanaian legal luminary, Elikem Nutifafa Kuenyehia has announced his departure as partner (and Chairman) of ENSafrica|Ghana (previously Oxford & Beaumont Solicitors) and has also resigned as Director of ENSafrica |Ghana Limited and Executive of ENSafrica Inc.

This departure brings to a pause Elikem’s 21-year legal career from Linklaters’ associate to Band 1 Chambers lawyer recognised in Ghana and beyond as: ‘“one of the prominent players in the corporate sector,” possessing strong experience advising local and international clients on the full range of mandates.’

Kuenyehia is most noted for starting Oxford & Beaumont in 2006 with just US$5,000 seed capital.

As managing partner, he grew Oxford & Beaumont as a full-service corporate and commercial offering for Ghanaian corporates and global clients like Coca Cola, Google Inc., Standard Chartered Bank, and multilateral agencies, and as the first Ghanaian law firm to open in the City.

The Legal 500 has named him as one of only three law firm leaders, and the only one of his generation, clients consider to be a Hall of Famer “at the pinnacle of the legal profession in Ghana”.

Kuenyehia is on the Governing Board of State Interest and Governance Authority as representative of the President of Ghana. He has been a non-executive director at Google Ghana Limited, Chase Petroleum, and Hollard (formerly Metropolitan Insurance).

Reflecting on his legal career: “My proudest achievement has been able to lead and inspire a team of truly outstanding individuals to disrupt a market while assisting our clients to meet their business objectives” ”

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