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PHOTOS Of Yolo Actor Cyril And His Baby Mama Eyram With A Baby Bump Surfaces



Ghanaian actor Aaron Adatsi known to many as Cyril for his role in the popular television series ‘Yolo’ surprised many after it was revealed that he was christening his son with his fiancee.

After the news went viral, many people thought it was just one of those such things where the actors flaunt with people kids just to deceive people.

Others were of the firm believe that Aaron was too cool to impregnate a lady at this young age stating that even Drogba another actor who played the role is a serious womanizer in the YOLO series hasn’t impregnated anyone.

Well, we have come across some photos on social media when the girlfriend of the actor who has been identified as Eyram was having a photoshoot with the actor with her baby bump.

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Aaron Adatsi and his fiancée Eyram have christened their baby boy, Aaron Adatsi Junior (Ronny Jr).

Before the christening of their baby, there was no announcement from the couple about the birth of their son.

The ceremony was attended by some prominent people in the Ghana Movie Industry, including Adjetey Anang, Prince David Osei and Ivan Quashigah (producer and director for Things We Do For Love and YOLO), who were all clad in white.

He has also starred in the movies; The Good Old Days: The Love of AA (2010), The Good Old Days: Papa Lasisi Good Bicycle (2011), HashTag (2018), Sidechic Gang (2018) and Aloevera (2020).

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Admission Fees For Students At ‘The Roman Ridge School’ Is GHS20,125 Only | PHOTO



As schools prepare to resume work in the coming week, parents are doing the necessary preparations to send their wards to school.

Private schools especially are updating interested people on the cost of enrolling their kids in their school.

Well, there’s a viral photo that captures the school fees and admission fees of a top-ranking school in Accra, ‘The Roman Ridge’ school.

From the paper slip, the registration fee alone is GHS575. The admission fee is GHS20,125, and it includes stationery for the child until completion.

School fees per term for pupils from nursery to Primary 6 is GHS10,580.00 only. Fees for Form 1 to Form 5 students are GHS12,563.75. Sixth form students also pay GHS13,225.00 only.

Lunch and uniform are not included in the figures stated above.

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the roman ridge

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New PHOTO From Nina Ricchie Get People Asking Questions



The newest signee of D-Black Black Avenue Muzik Nina Ricchie has got netizens asking questions after her new photo went viral on social media.

Nina Ricchie who was raised abroad came down to Ghana to begin her musical career but up until now Ghanaians are yet to listen to any of her songs.

One thing that she has always gotten people to say about her is the fact that she is a very naughty person or in other words a bad girl.

Her boss D-Black in one of his interviews even confirmed that by saying Nina is going from a different world looking at how naughty she is.

Well, once again she Nina has stunned many and this time people are asking if her parents especially her mum is alive to see what her daughter is doing in the name of showbiz.

A new photo sighted on social media sees the musician almost naked in her choice of attire for an event we believe to be her boss’ beach party organized days ago.

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John Mahama Arrives In The Supreme Court | PHOTO



John Mahama has arrived in the Supreme Court to argue his case against the EC and the NPP with regard to the 2020 elections.

The Supreme Court will this morning hear a motion from National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer, John Mahama, seeking to amend some errors in his petition challenging the outcome of the 2020 general elections.

The motion argues that an error was made in the description and positioning of the parties to be served the writ.

It also pointed out that there was a typographical error with one of the reliefs in the writ.

“In the relief numbered (f) on the writ which was repeated in paragraph 35(f) of the petition, there is a typographical error in the third and fourth lines, which refers to 1st Respondent [Electoral Commision] instead of 2nd Respondent [President Akufo-Addo],” the motion said.

The motion is thus asking for a reversal of the position and designation of the said parties and a correction of the typographical errors.

Mr. Mahama and the NDC rejected the 2020 presidential election result describing it as flawed and have refused to recognise Nana Akufo-Addo as President.

He is arguing that neither he nor President Akufo-Addo attained a clear majority because of the omission of the Techiman South constituency from the provisional declaration of results by Ghana’s Electoral Commission.

According to the Electoral Commission President Akufo-Addo garnered 51.59 percent of the votes while Mr. Mahama got 47.37 percent.

He is now asking the Supreme Court to order a re-run of the presidential election for him and the incumbent.

Following changes to election adjudication guidelines, the petition hearing is expected to last for at most 42 days; a massive reduction from the eight-month-long hearing in 2012 when President Akufo-Addo, then in opposition, unsuccessfully challenged his election defeat to Mr. Mahama.

The court is expected to give judgment on Mr. Mahama’s petition by February 10 the final day in the 42-day timeline.

At its first hearing of the petition today, the Supreme Court is expected to hear and rule on a motion by Mr. Mahama’s lawyer for an order to allow the live transmission of the entire proceedings in the election petition.

President Akufo-Addo is proceeding with his transition and has described the election petition as as “incompetent, frivolous and vexatious” in a 12-page response.

His legal team also argued that the claims made by Mr. Mahama “are not supported by the facts pleaded in the Petition”.

The Electoral Commission also filed its preliminary objection to Mr. Mahama in a 10-page response and acknowledged the possibility of errors but said the possible discrepancies would not have any significant effect on the final election results.

It also said Mr. Mahama in his petition erroneously depended on the total number of votes cast to make his case as being the total number of valid votes cast, an error which was inadvertently mentioned by the EC Chairperson during the declaration of the presidential result but was later corrected in a press release.

The commission and President Akufo-Addo, both sued by Mahama, have thus asked the Supreme Court to dismiss the petition.

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John Mahama arrives in Supreme Court

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