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Tema Fire Dancers Choreography’s To Toofan ‘Gbokirigbo’ Song | WATCH



It’s been a while now since a video from one of the best dancers to ever come from Tema ‘Tema Fire Dancers’ was released.

The Tema Fire Dancers team planned to make a choreography video of the newly released song by Toofan named Gbokirigbo.

The team released the video after fellow dancers from other countries released theirs and throne challenge to other dancers on the continent.

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Story by: Theophilus Okutu


Lady Who Murdered GH Media Student, Priscilla Tsegah Captured On CCTV | WATCH



A 23-year-old woman by name, Priscilla Tsegah, was stabbed to death by her female friend in a hotel where they lodged for two days.

Her body was found in the hotel room after she had been declared missing by her family with her friends running a social media campaign using her pictures and appealing to the public help find her.

She is said to have been stabbed in her lower abdomen by another lady identified only as Natashia, suspected to be the “lesbian partner’ of the deceased. Natashia took to her heels after the incident and no eye balls have been set on her since.

Natashia is alleged to have murdered her lover after the boyfriend of Priscilla, yet to be identified, went to the Justa Hotel, at New Legon, where the two women were lodging.

According to workers of the hotel, Natashia booked a room in their facility on May 20, 2021 at about 6:43pm and after one hour and 17 minutes, she left and returned with Priscilla, whose identity was not known by the hotel until after her death.

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OV Outdoors New Look To Announce Her Comeback | WATCH



Okailey Verse, former Bhim Nation signee also known as OV cum real name Barbara Naa Okailey Nyarko after months of going MIA is back with a new look.

The MTN hitmaker season 7 winner since leaving Stonebwoy’s Burnington Music label to join Blakk Cedi’s Blakk Arm Label has been silent in the music scene.

From the look of things seems Black Cedi who happens to be the former manager of Stonebwoy is channeling all his energy and efforts into Kelvynboy’s career leaving OV to her fate.

OV went live on social media as she jams to O’kenneth joint Agyeiwaa featuring the Asaka boys.

From the video, one could see OV had change and this time has added a nose pirecing to her already known dreadlocks.

Watch the video below:

She is one of the most talented musicians, guitarists, and dancers that everyone is looking out for in Ghana’s music industry. The artist has a great personality, an amazing voice, and her style of music is appealing.

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Anatomy Of A Goal: Patrik Schick’s Extraordinary Looping Long-Range Lob Against Scotland | WATCH



The European Championships have provided the stage for some of football’s greatest ever goals down the years; Marco van Basten’s volley, Gazza’s dribble and Ronnie Whelan’s bicycle kick to name but a few.

And that rich history was punctuated once again during Scotland v Czech Republic at Euro 2020 – unfortunately at the Scots’ expense.

Inevitably, all the pre-match chat in the UK centred around Scotland and their return to a major tournament for the first time in 23 long and agonising years. Their opening match of the tournament, at Hampden Park, in front of 12,000 returning fans, against the nation who are – on paper – their weakest opponents in Group D. Surely, surely, this was only going to go one way?

Well, no.

By the 52nd minute, Czech frontman Patrik Schick had ripped up the script and stolen the show with one fell swoop of his left foot.

Having already dampened the raucous atmosphere in Glasgow by nodding home the opener shortly before half-time, the languid Bayer Leverkusen striker silenced Hampden with what was surely the most extraordinary goal in European Championship history to make it 2-0.

Unfortunately for the hosts, the strike was a direct result of a rush of blood to the head from Jack Hendry, although he could hardly have expected his ridiculous shot from all of 35 yards to be punished so ruthlessly.

In that moment the pendulum swung – from one awful long-range shot to an inch perfect one.

Hendry’s effort cannoned off Tomas Soucek and rolled into space, with Schick running onto it just over the halfway line as Grant Hanley looked to get close to him in an attempt to deny any breakaway.

He needn’t have bothered.

Striding onto the adidas Uniforia, 49.7 yards from David Marshall’s goal in the distance, Schick whipped his left foot around the ball to send it arching into the blue Glasgow sky.

Surely not. Surely f***ing not.

The very second the 25-year-old’s turquoise Nike Mercurial made contact with the ball it looked good, it looked on. The crispness and accuracy of the ludicrous strike was reflected in Marshall’s frantic scramble back towards his own goal.

Alas, there was nothing he could do, except join the ball in crashing into the back of his net.

This was a remarkable goal in every single sense; the speed of thought, the technique, the ridiculously accurate finish that seemed to end up bang in the centre of the goal. A level of perfection you can only truly appreciate when you witness the curve and swing in the reverse angle.

Goal of the tournament on matchday four. A goal that Euro 2020 will be remembered by. A goal and performance that could well have the power to shape Schick’s destiny – a player who had so much potential but has flattered to deceive at 25 years old after spells at Roma, RB Leipzig and Leverkusen. But, that said, if he retired today he’d probably be happy.

Watch the goal below.

A goal for the ages that will immediately join Van Basten’s, Gazza’s and Whelan’s in the pantheon of the very, very greatest in European Championship history; Patrik Schick’s extraordinary, looping, long-range lob in the Scots’ back yard. Tek a boo son, tek a boo.

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