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Inter Allies Demoted To Division Two For Match Manipulation

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Inter Allies Football Club has been demoted to Ghana’s second division after being found guilty of match manipulation.

The Ghana FA’s Disciplinary Committee announced the decision on Monday, following the conclusion of an investigation into last season’s final day clash between AshGold and Inter Allies at the Len Clay Stadium.

The game was won by AshGold 7-0, with Inter Allies defender Hashmin Musah scoring two own goals in the process.

Musah, however, admitted after the game in a radio interview that his own goals were scored on purpose to scupper a 5-1 bet that some people had placed on the match.

The GFA announced that the club had been charged on two counts and that it would be demoted to Division Two at the end of the current season. They were relegated from the Ghana Premier League last season and fell into this division.

In addition to the demotion, Inter Allies must pay a GHS 100,000 fine under the GFA’s Disciplinary Code.

Their head coach, Felix Aboagye, and team manager, Reuben Adjetey, would be barred from all football-related activity for 24 months.

As part of the GFA’s sanctions, four players were given 24-month bans. Richmond Lamptey of Kotoko was banned from football for 30 months because he was playing for Inter Allies at the time of the incident.

Hashmin Musah was also punished, but he received a shorter 6-month ban for bringing the incident to light, and he was also warned to notify the GFA’s Integrity Hotline in the future if he becomes aware of such unscrupulous arrangements.

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Sam George Takes On US Embassy Over Claim To Protect LGBT Right In Ghana

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The US Embassy has claimed to protect the rights of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender people, etc. living in Ghana.

According to the US Embassy, they will protect and end the stigmatization people of the LGBT community in Ghana suffer daily.

In a tweet, the US Embassy urged the LGBT community in Ghana to be sure of their resolve and commitment to promote and protect their rights and freedoms in Ghana.

“The U.S. is committed to ending violence, discrimination, and stigma against LGBTQI+ persons and promoting human rights and fundamental freedoms for all.“

In a sharp response, the Ningo-Prampram MP has asked the US Embassy to focus on important issues.

According to his counter-argument, Ghana would also be concerned about ending gun violence as it pertains in the US.

Sarcastically, Sam George maintained his stance against LGBT and asked the US embassy to focus on solving the recurring gun violence in their home country other than focusing on protecting LGBT rights in Ghana.

Ghana is also committed to ending senseless gun violence anywhere and everywhere in the world. We are committed to seeing school kids go to school without their parents scared of receiving calls of a school shooting involving military-grade weapons.

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Revealed: Nat’l Cathedral’s Design 12 Times More Expensive Than Burj Khalifa’s

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It has been revealed that the design of Ghana’s National Cathedral will cost 12 times the design of the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa.

After the government announced $22 million as the new cost for the design of the National Cathedral, it has been revealed that it is more expensive than what Dubai paid for the design of the Burj Khalifa.

The Burj Khalifa is the tallest skyscraper in the world and when it was been designed in 2003, it cost the Emirati government $1.8 million.

In 2022, Ghana is paying $22 million for the design of the National Cathedral which will cost $22 million.

The revelation was done by StatsGH:

The design of Ghana’s cathedral is 12 times more expensive than the design of the Burj Khalifa. We paid $22 million for ours. The Arab money holders bargained $1.8 million for theirs.

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“E-Levy Is Failing, We’ve Raised Only 10% Of Estimated Revenue” : Gov’t

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The government of Ghana has cried over the failure of the Electronic Service Tax (E-LEVY) to meet the required revenue target after its rollout on May 1, 2022.

According to the de facto Prime Minister, Gabby Otchere Darko, the country has failed to meet its revenue target even after the E-levy has been rolled out.

In a tweet, Gabby Otchere Darko intimated that only a paltry 10% of estimated revenue has been generated so far.

He also criticized Ghanaians for being so hard on the government for introducing the E-levy considering the fact that it has not yielded much.

Gabby Octhere Darko bemoaned Ghana’s ballooning debt stock, inflation and high cost of living.

After 5 months of stalemate and bashing, the e-levy, after implementation, is delivering only 10% of estimated revenues; our revenues remain very low as compared to the rest of the world; debt levels are dangerously high, cedi, like most currencies, struggling against the US dollar.

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