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The new craze out there is people who wish to get married have shunned away from proposing to their would-be spouse in a private place and have now adapted to proposing in an open space in the presence of many people.

The first son of Ghanaian millionaire Kwame Despite identified as Kennedy decided to go the same way by doing his in a different way thus proposing to his long time girlfriend on board a plane in the presence of other passengers.

The Yet to be couple gave family and friends a Wonderful experience on a flight as they witness the Wonderful ‘proposal’.

It is rumored that Kennedy met this beautiful Damsel at a wedding and that is where love-struck, they become friends and what emerges is a beautiful relationship born out of love and mutual respect.

Watch the video below.

Congratulations to him.

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Man Utd Could Accept £50M For Record £89m Signing Pogba In Summer

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Manchester United might be forced to accept a hefty loss on Paul Pogba if they sell their record signing this summer, with Real Madrid valuing him at no more than £50million.

Dailymail claims there is an acceptance at the club and in Pogba’s camp that it would be in everyone’s interests for the Frenchman to be sold at the end of another disappointing season.

Pogba has played just 71 minutes since September due to a recurring injury in his right ankle. He is up to a month away from full fitness and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was last week unable to offer a categorical assurance that he will play for United again.

Bids in excess of £150m could have brought United to the negotiating table last summer but the 26-year-old’s market value has declined because he will only have a year left on his contract in July.

United can extend it by 12 months, but there is a feeling that they would do well to recoup the £89m he cost to sign from Juventus in 2016 — a world record at the time.

The combination of his prolonged absence and the storm being whipped up by his outspoken agent Mino Raiola — as he tries for the third summer window running to get his client out of Old Trafford — could drive the price down further.

Madrid were thought to be favourites to sign Pogba after boss Zinedine Zidane targeted his French compatriot but a move to the Bernabeu looks unlikely.

Real president Florentino Perez’s priority is to prise Neymar or Kylian Mbappe away from Paris Saint-Germain.

Juventus are also limited financially and would have to sell first or offer a player in a deal — as they did last summer when trying to swap Paulo Dybala for United’s Romelu Lukaku, who joined Inter Milan instead.

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Footballer Suspended For Five Years For Biting Opponent’s Penis During A Match In France

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An amateur player was handed five years ban in a local league for biting one of his opponents’ penis during a post-match fight in France.

The incident reportedly occurred after a second division game between Terville and Soetrich in a local league that ended 1 – 1 on 17 November 2019.

According to a local news website in Lorraine, a player from each side started fighting, another Terville player joined in, apparently trying to separate them. The Soetrich player responded by biting the peacemaker’s penis. The victim required about 10 stitches and had to take four days off work.

‘The events took place after the match, in the stadium car park. There was an altercation, an escalation and things got worse,’ said Emmanuel Saling of the Mosellan football district, adding that the blame was ‘more or less shared’.

Saling also said that because the ‘case was quite original’, the disciplinary committee had called an expert witness before deciding to suspend the Soetrich player for five years.

The injured Terville player was also suspended for six months for his part in the fight.

‘It’s quite rare to have sanctions of several years, there are less than 10 per year,’ Saling said. ‘The case was a bit saucy, but … there must have been some nasty tension, so the smiles on the disciplinary committee quickly faded.’

The publication also revealed that the two clubs were punished with two penalty points and a fine of 200 euros ‘for failing to meet their safety obligations’ and ‘for the lack of reaction from club officials when the fight broke out.’

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President Delivers State Of The Nation Address Tomorrow

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will tomorrow fulfill the constitutional duty of addressing Ghanaians on the state of the nation before the elected representatives of the people in Parliament House in Accra.

It will be the President’s fourth presentation since he assumed the reins of power on January 7, 2017.

The State of the Nation Address (SONA) is expected to cover, in broad terms, areas such as the economy, education, health, security and infrastructure.

Also expected to feature prominently is the banking sector clean-up and how his government is approaching the issue of providing depositors whose money was locked up with some insolvent banks and microfinance institutions access to their funds in part or full.

Article 67 of the 1992 Constitution states: “The President shall, at the beginning of each session of Parliament and before a dissolution of Parliament, deliver to Parliament a message on the state of the nation.”

The SONA, which always captures media and national attention because it addresses national topical subjects, offers Presidents a significant platform to present their achievements, as well as issues in sectors to be tackled in due course.

Elections

With 2020 being an election year, President Akufo-Addo is expected to dwell extensively on the forthcoming electioneering and elections and assure Ghanaians and the international community of how he intends to ensure free, fair and credible elections in a peaceful environment.

Major happenings

The Daily Graphic is of the strong conviction that some of the major occurrences in 2019 will not escape the radar of the President, including the banking sector reforms, the aborted referendum to amend the Constitution, the Vigilantism Act and related matters.

The activities of the secessionist group that border on the unity of the state and the hullabaloo over illegal mining and its attendant problems, vis-à-vis his fight against the canker to save the environment and water bodies, will occupy some of the paragraphs in his speech.

Economy

It will not be out of place for President Akufo-Addo to tout the macroeconomic stability achieved by his administration, ranging from the reduction in inflation, diminishing interest rates, the rise in international reserves and the positive upgrade of Ghana’s credit rating.

Security

The recent retooling of the security agencies, especially the military and the police, to make them ready to secure lives, properties and the territorial integrity of the country, particularly during an election year, is also expected to receive ample attention.

The readiness of the security agencies to ward off any attacks from Islamic fundamentalists who have been wreaking havoc in neighbouring countries is also expected to receive some attention.

Education

Infrastructural expansion in the educational sector, the provision of teaching and learning materials and the metal beds being supplied to most senior high schools to end the double-track system are also expected to receive Presidential mention, and possibly some of the schools too. He may also explain the efforts and measures instituted to phase out the contingency measure.

Year of Return

The Daily Graphic believes that President Akufo-Addo’s address will also highlight the high points of the successful Year of Return initiative, which attracted thousands of Africans in the Diaspora and friends of African descent into the country. As a follow up, the government has launched the ‘Beyond the Return’ initiative to tap into and reap the benefits of the return.

It is expected that, like last year’s SONA, this year’s will be devoid of the display of placards used by opposition MPs to sum up the President’s address, amidst boos and jeers from them.

Being his last address in the august House to end his first term in office, in anticipation of his second term, President Akufo-Addo is expected to project into the future beyond Election 2020.

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