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Students Of Mfantsipim School Caught Up In Gay Practice



Two students of Mfantsipim School in Cape Coast have been caught engaging in sodomy. we can authoritatively report.

In a video, we exclusively obtained from a deep throat source one can trust, the Kwabotwe boys were sweating profusely while in the act.

The culprits were found by unidentified men making love in a room which looks more like a hostel (ghetto).

Upon catching them they were forced to continue the homos*xual acts to be filmed and later used as evidence against them for prosecution in a law court.

They would then start romancing each other to put them in the mood for another round of s*xual excitement since that’s what they love doing best.

The Botwe boys with teary eyes begged to be forgiven but to no avail, left with no option than to bang themselves.

An order was given them to carry on with the uncultured act when they behaved pigheaded.

What the constitution says about homos*xuality?

It is illegal and a punishable offence for anyone to engage in same-s*x s*xual acts in Ghana.

And persons who break the law face legal challenges

Under Ghanaian criminal law, same-s*x s*xual activity is illegal.

Chapter 6 of the Criminal Code, 1960, as amended by the Criminal Code (Amendment) Act, 2003, provides:

Section 104. Unnatural Carnal Knowledge.

(1) Whoever has unnatural carnal knowledge —

(a) of any person of the age of sixteen years or over without his consent shall be guilty of a first degree felony and shall be liable on conviction to imprisonment for a term of not less than five years and not more than twenty-five years; or

(b) of any person of sixteen years or over with his consent is guilty of a misdemeanour; or

(c) of any animal is guilty of a misdemeanour.

(2) Unnatural carnal knowledge is sexual intercourse with a person in an unnatural manner or with an animal.[9]

How would the school and society react ?

The least punishment they would be handed is dismissal from the school since they’re in a way soiling the school’s reputation.

They would be used as scapegoats to prevent other students from practicing the barbaric acts in the near future.

The 142-year-old Mfantsipim School has remained one of the best senior high schools in the country and has trained great leaders who have contributed to the world’s development we see today, the likes of late Secretary General of the United Nations, Mr. Kofi Annan, Prof. Kwasi Kwarfo Adarkwa (frmr VC KNUST), Dr. Kofi Abrefa Busia (Ghana’s Prime Minister 1960, Mr. Ofori Atta (The Big Six), Mohamed Ibn Chambas (UN Rep), Paa Kwesi Amissah Arthur (former Vice president of Ghana), Ernest Addison (Governor, BoG) among others.

Moving on, the community will discriminate against them as parents will warn their children from interacting with the perpetrators for the fear of being also sodomized.

Also, online portals will circulate their pictures should they get hold of any. Subjecting them to public mockery.

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AFCON 2019: Black Stars Working Hard To Win Trophy : Andre Ayew



Andre Ayew

Black Stars skipper, Andre Ayew, believes his side are working tirelessly to lift this year’s Africa Cup of Nations trophy in Egypt.

According to Ayew, they believe the only key to being successful at the upcoming continental campaign was through hard work.

The Black Stars have been camping in Dubai as they prepare for the tournament. They will travel to Egypt on Thursday to step up preparations ahead of their first group match against Benin on Tuesday.

“We have been in Dubai for a while now and I can tell you that everyone is working tirelessly to ensure we deliver the AFCON title to Ghanaians.

“Everyone here believes in hard work being the key to success and are focused on working towards that in order to achieve our goals,” he added.

The senior national team last won the tournament in 1982.

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Ghana Ranked 3rd Most Peaceful Country In Africa




Ghana came third after Botswana and Malawi respectively in the most peaceful country in Africa in the latest Global Peace Index.

Ghana placed 44th in the world with Iceland leading the overall chart as the most ‘peaceful’ nation on Earth in the 2019 Global Peace Index.

In addition, the world’s overall ‘peacefulness’ has improved for the first time in five years – although only marginally.

Afghanistan was bottom of the list, moving below even Syria, while South Sudan, Yemen and Iraq were all in the bottom five.

The report measures the ‘peacefulness’ of 163 countries with a range of measures including military spending and deaths from conflict and terrorism, as well as an estimated economic cost of violence.

Iceland, often portrayed as an idyllic Nordic paradise, came first in the rankings for the 12th year in a row as researchers praised the country’s falling murder rate and increase in funding to UN peacekeeping.

‘The strong institutions, attitudes and structures of peace that Iceland maintains has bolstered the country’s resilience against small internal shocks,’ they said.

New Zealand came second, as the report’s authors noted the violence of the Christchurch mosque attack but said the country had improved other scores and developed a ‘resilience’ to cope with such disasters.

Portugal was third, and Austria fourth despite an increase in ‘likelihood of violent demonstrations’ after a far-right party joined the government.

Denmark was fifth, with European nations dominating the top of the list.

‘Europe remains the most peaceful region in the world and it recorded a very slight improvement in peacefulness after several years of deterioration,’ the report said.

‘However, despite these improvements, the broader political environment in Europe remains uncertain, and resurgent nationalism and terrorism remain significant threats to peace.’

Brexit was also mentioned, as researchers said the UK ‘continues to struggle with its plan for exiting the European Union’ in what they called a ‘mixed’ year for international relations.

Japan scored highly among leading world powers, coming in as the world’s 9th-most peaceful country.

Germany was 22nd, the United Kingdom 45th and France 60th, while the United States dropped four places to 128th.

The report’s authors cited ‘growing political polarisation’ in America, adding that tensions had grown between Washington and Iran.

‘Confidence in US leadership has fallen the most in the past five years, with people now having more confidence in China than the US on average,’ they noted.

Australia’s score also fell slightly, as researchers said the country had increased its military expenditure and weapons imports.

Russia scored badly, coming 10th from bottom, below North Korea.

Afghanistan was bottom, scoring even worse than Syria, where ISIS was swept out of its last patch of territory earlier this year.

‘Despite the improvement this year, the world remains considerably less peaceful now than a decade ago,’ the report’s authors said.

‘A wide range of factors drove the fall in peacefulness over the past decade including increased terrorist activity, the intensification of conflicts in the Middle East, rising regional tensions in Eastern Europe and northeast Asia, increasing numbers of refugees, and heightened political tensions in Europe and the U.S.,’ they explained.

The slight uptick in peacefulness this year was partly fuelled by a reduction in military spending, the report found.

Seventy-two of the countries studied had reduced their level of military expenditure as a share of GDP.

There were also particular regional improvements, including in North Macedonia which struck an agreement with Greece to settle the long-running name dispute between the countries.

There was also an easing of the conflict in Ukraine, where fewer lives were lost.

Not all countries were included in the rankings, with small European nations such as Luxembourg and Liechtenstein among those left out.

The full list of countries in the 2019 Global Peace Index

1. Iceland

2. New Zealand

3. Portugal

4. Austria

5. Denmark

6. Canada

7. Singapore

8. Slovenia

9. Japan

10. Czech Republic

11. Switzerland

12. Ireland

13. Australia

14. Finland

15. Bhutan

16. Malaysia

17. Netherlands

18. Belgium

18. Sweden

20. Norway

21. Hungary

22. Germany

23. Slovakia

24. Mauritius

25. Romania

26. Bulgaria

27. Chile

28. Croatia

29. Poland

30. Botswana

31. Qatar

32. Spain

33. Costa Rica

34. Uruguay

35. Latvia

36. Taiwan

37. Estonia

38. Lithuania

39. Italy

40. Malawi

41. Indonesia

42. Mongolia

43. Kuwait

44. Ghana

45. United Kingdom

45. Laos

47. Panama

48. Timor-Leste

48. Zambia

50. Serbia

51. Albania

52. Sierra Leone

53. United Arab Emirates

54. Tanzania

55. South Korea

55. Madagascar

57. Vietnam

58. Senegal

59. Liberia

60. France

60. Namibia

62. The Gambia

63. Cyprus

64. Kazakhstan

65. Greece

65. North Macedonia

67. Montenegro

68. Moldova

69. Oman

70. Equatorial Guinea

71. Ecuador

72. Benin

72. Sri Lanka

72. Eswatini

75. Argentina

76. Nepal

77. Angola

77. Jordan

79. Rwanda

80. Peru

81. Bosnia and Herzegovina

82. Tunisia

83. Jamaica

84. Dominican Republic

85. Bolivia

86. Kosovo

87. Haiti

88. Paraguay

89. Cambodia

90. Morocco

91. Cuba

92. Guyana

93. Trinidad and Tobago

94. Mozambique

95. Kyrgyz Republic

96. Gabon

97. Belarus

98. Papua New Guinea

99. Georgia

100. Guinea

101. Bangladesh

102. Uzbekistan

103. Lesotho

104. Burkina Faso

105. Tajikistan

105. Uganda

107. Cote d’ Ivoire

108. Togo

109. Djibouti

110. China

111. Algeria

112. Guinea-Bissau

113. El Salvador

114. Guatemala

115. Turkmenistan

116. Brazil

117. Thailand

118. Armenia

119. Kenya

120. Nicaragua

121. Republic of the Congo

122. Mauritania

123. Honduras

124. Bahrain

125. Myanmar

126. Niger

127. South Africa

128. United States of America

129. Saudi Arabia

130. Azerbaijan

131. Ethiopia

132. Zimbabwe

133. Eritrea

134. Philippines

135. Burundi

136. Egypt

137. Chad

138. Cameroon

139. Iran

140. Mexico

141. India

142. Palestine

143. Colombia

144. Venezuela

145. Mali

146. Israel

147. Lebanon

148. Nigeria

149. North Korea

150. Ukraine

151. Sudan

152. Turkey

153. Pakistan

154. Russia

155. Democratic Republic of the Congo

156. Libya

157. Central African Republic

158. Somalia

159. Iraq

160. Yemen

161. South Sudan

162. Syria

163. Afghanistan

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FIFA To Take Total Control Of Soccer In Africa On The Eve Of 2019 AFCON Over Alleged Corruption In CAF




The world football governing body, FIFA has made plans to take over the running of the Confederation of African Football in the wake of corruption scandals surrounding the controlling body for African association football.

The announcement is expected to be made in a press conference in Egypt on Thursday, the eve of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON ) before the hosts, Egypt takes on Zimbabwe on Friday afternoon.

The New York Times reported that the decision was made due to corruption scandal of CAF president Ahmad Ahmad who was briefly arrested for questioning a fortnight ago in France before being released without charge.

Breaking! FIFA to take total control of soccer in Africa on the eve of 2019 AFCON over alleged corruption in CAF

There are also a torrent of allegations of wrongdoing, ranging from financial mismanagement to sexual harassment against Ahmad, who has continued to deny the allegations against him and has claimed to be the victim of a smear campaign

“The rule of the temporary FIFA High Commissioner for Africa would be to conduct a root-and-branch review of governance of the confederation, oversee operational management of the organization, and recommend where needed a series of reform efforts, to be agreed with CAF member associations and with FIFA in order to put CAF itself on a modern and sound footing, improve its image and reputation and thus ensure that CAF is better equipped to face future challenges and to grasp future opportunities,” FIFA said in setting up the arrangement, according to an internal document seen by The New York Times.

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