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His, Excellency President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo Congratulations on your election victory and consequential successful inauguration as OUR President.

I watched the ceremony from home switching from one channel to the other , in other that I may not miss any part of history. I must say, your Ghanaian media (particularly TV) did an excellent job selling our country to the outside world and need commendation. From the commentators, hosts, camera men etc everyone played a role worth your acknowledgement and may God bless them.

Your Excellency, your introduction to the ceremonial grounds in one of the simple modest German make of car (I stand to be corrected) gave me an insight into what I should expect of your apparel, speech and presidency.

Listening to you Mr. President as you deliver your speech in a rich Ghanaian made (I stand to be corrected) kente gave me hope. Hope especially for the kente industry following what we witnessed with the sales of the fruit juice company during the campaign.

Your speech was very MOTIVATING, HEART SOOTHING and INVESTOR FRIENDLY .

I have always monitored the speeches of ex President Mahama and I think he now has a healthy competition.

Mr. President you have raised the hopes of many including me with your speech and I believe you would not dampen our hopes when it comes to practicability.

It is of public knowledge, I didn’t endorse you (spent my time campaigning for Zanetor Rawlings and occasionally John Mahama) but unlike what some of your guys did and referred to ex president Mahama as the President of the NDC because they didn’t vote for him, I see you first as my President and our President.

I shall keenly monitor your performance and give credit where its due and do otherwise where I have to do so.

I would by this medium encourage you to be mindful of your appointments and not reward partisanship over quality. You have some very good people to draw on which include but not limited to Hon. Alhaji Abubakar Siddique Boniface, MP for Madina. But if even it would take you to pick people from the other side on competence you can be rest assured the likes of Hon. Dr. Zanetor Rawlings would always be available in that spirit.

Mr. President congratulations again and your first 100 days count has begun. Please do not forget about the one dam one village, one district one factory, some millions of cedis per district, election of MCE/MD/DCEs, reduction of import taxes, job for the unemployed through the expansion of the private sector etc.

These are the messages or promises that made the people of Ghana chose you over the very hardworking ex President Mahama. Remember him? Oh in case you did, he is the man you called incompetent, corrupt and thief. He is the ex president who presided over the construction of the Kasoa interchange and reconstruction of the famous Ridge Hospital you claimed, for lack of a better word were over priced and constituted corruption and thievery.

There are more I can remind you about him but let’s do that on another day. He is the man you called Johnny in your time in parliament. The people of Ghana rejected him massively because of the things you told us about him. We therefore expect, you do not subscribe to d same things you said about him unless you want an easy way to vacate the presidency in 2020 by which time I should be lacing my boots for your ex house.

I wish you good luck.

Signed Edem Tali.

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Woman Twerks On Top Of Half-Opened Coffin As Funeral Takes Strange Turn | WATCH

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A funeral ceremony in Ecuador took a strange turn when a woman jumped on top of a half-open coffin and started twerking.

Mobile phone footage taken by a spectator shows the young woman sitting astride the coffin and dancing to the reggae music. She made a number of sexual moves and even leaned into the open part of the coffin to blow a kiss as she twerked.

Mourners watched this display in the middle of a road in the city of Manta, in the province of Manabí, Ecuador, and filmed with their phones.

A large crowd of men is seen cheering in high spirits as the music blasts from a loudspeaker.

The video was shared on Twitter along with a caption: “If yo girl doesn’t do this at yo funeral is she really yo girl.”

According to El Universo, the deceased was identified as 38-year-old Marlon Mero Quijije.

He was shot three times in different parts of his body when he was walking in the neighborhood of San Jose in Manta and was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Prosecutors believed he was a victim of an apparent robbery and was attacked when he resisted.

Diego Bolaños, Chief of Operations of the Manta District Police, explained that six bullet holes were found in the area of the attack, of which three hit Marlon.

He added that Marlon had no criminal record.

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A funeral ceremony in Ecuador took a strange turn when a woman jumped on top of a half-open coffin and started twerking. Mobile phone footage taken by a spectator shows the young woman sitting astride the coffin and dancing to the reggae music playing. She made a number of sexual moves and even leaned into the open part of the coffin to blow a kiss as she twerked. Mourners watched this display in the middle of a road in the city of Manta, in the province of Manabí, Ecuador, and filmed with their phones. A large crowd of men are seen cheering in high spirits as the music blasts from a loudspeaker. The video was shared on Twitter along with a caption: "If yo girl don't do this at yo funeral is she really yo girl." According to El Universo, the deceased was identified as 38-year-old Marlon Mero Quijije. He was shot three times in different parts of his body when he was walking in the neighbourhood of San Jose in Manta and was pronounced dead at the hospital. Prosecutors believed he was a victim of an apparent robbery and was attacked when he resisted. Diego Bolaños, Chief of Operations of the Manta District Police, explained that six bullet holes were found in the area of the attack, of which three hit Marlon. He added that Marlon had no criminal record. 📹 @OutSmokeChapo

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US 2020 Election: Trump Calls Mail-In Voting A ‘Scam’

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US President, Donald Trump, has called mail-in voting a “scam” during a press conference on Friday, September 17, blasting the voting system in which states send mail-in ballots directly to voters due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

More than half of all Americans are expected to vote through the mail this presidential election, though over 40 percent of Americans voted by mail in the 2016 and 2012 general elections, according to the Election Assistance Commission.

Several states, including Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, and Washington, automatically send out mail-in ballots to all state residents for the general election.

But due to the Coronavirus pandemic, California, Nevada, New Jersey, Vermont, and Washington D.C. will automatically mail out ballots to all residents for the 2020 election.

“They’re sending out tens of millions of ballots to everybody, people that didn’t expect them. People are getting inundated with ballots, they’ll be showered with ballots,” Trump said Friday.

“Everybody in this room knows it’s a scam,” the president continued, gesturing to the White House press pool. “They are never going to be able to count them.”

It’s a disaster, everyone knows it,” Trump told reporters before adding that the U.S. Postal Service was not to blame for the 2020 primary election mishaps, when hundreds of thousands of ballots went uncounted .

“Where are these ballots going? Who’s sending them? Who’s signing them?” Trump asked, attempting to show why he thinks voting through the mail is insecure.

“I think it’s going to be a terrible time for this country and we are counting on federal judges to do a great constitutional job.”

Recently, Trump cynically stated that 80 million Americans would receive mail-in ballots as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, a figure he alleges will invalidate the 2020 election results.

US 2020 Election: Trump calls mail-in voting a

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My Father Was A Freemason Grandmaster : Duncan Williams

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The leader of Action Chapel International Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams has opened up about his biological father indicating that he was once a freemason.

According to the man of God, his father was a grandmaster for this group which has been regarded by many as an occultic group.

He went on to state that his father was spiritually strong to the extent that he could speak and communicate with snakes.

The Archbishop in making the revelation in church explained that as a son of an occultic grandmaster, he resorted to doing so many bad things including petty theft until he was touched by God.

He went on to say that when he found God, he didn’t want his father to die in his evil and bad ways, therefore, he decided to call on his spiritual father.

He and his spiritual father decided to have a three (3) days serious fasting and prayers for his dad in other to save him from the devil.

Nicholas Duncan-Williams (born 12 May 1957) is a Ghanaian Charismatic Pioneer, the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International (ACI) ministry, headquartered in Accra, Ghana.

He is the founder of the Charismatic Movement which started 40 years ago in Ghana and other parts of West Africa.

CAFM, one church in many locations, has over 2000 affiliate and 250 branch churches located in North America, Europe, and Africa.

Archbishop Duncan-Williams is also the Founder and President of Prayer Summit International (PSI).

In 2017, the Archbishop was named by the New African Magazine one of “The 100 Most Influential Africans”.

The Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams became the first non-American to lead the prayer for the incoming President and Vice President of the United States during the inauguration.

The Archbishop and his wife Lady Rosa Whitaker of The Whitaker Group have been named one of Africa’s power couples.

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