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Obaapaa Foundation Launched Teenage Mothers Back To School At Berekuso.

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Berekuso a sub town of the Akuapem Traditional Area has been blessed with a great initiative dubbed Teenage Mothers Back To School by the Obaapaa Foundation.

Obaapaa Foundation a foundation which helps the vulnerable in the society has reached out to Berekuso to encourage and empower the mothers in the town.

This initiative was launched successfully on 26th of February 2020 at Berekuso as part of their Ohum festival celebration.

NanaHemaa Awindor who spearhead the Obaapaa Foundation spoke about the reason for the Teenage Mother Back to School campaign.

Some of the Queen Mothers from the GACA Royal champion and Advocacy Queens were invited to speak to the children on the to work vehemently to climb their education ladder as students. Others also advised students on how to stay away from sexual immorality and focus on the books.

Rev Dr Nana Yaa Owusu (First Woman to establish an internet company in Ghana) spoke to the children on Mental illness, Suicide and Teenage pregnant and to protect themselves from these three.

Madam Cynthia Prah a representative from the United Nations (UN) also hammer on how to work hard as a students to attain higher height in their educational background. Hon Cynthia Morrison from MOGCSP also cautioned students against Early Sex, Family Planning and Teenage Pregnancy. Rev Mr Dansu Amafua head of police at the Berekuso police station also educated the student on the purpose of the police station in Berekuso and also told students to see the police as their friends and should not hesitate to approach to report to them if the have problems. Members of Ghanaian Against Child Abuse  (GACA) educated students on teenage pregnancy by demonstration of pictures. There also advised parents to prevent their wards from using mobile phones at tender age, they again advised students not to exchange nudes pictures with anyone.

Dr Mrs Rebecca Awuah then continue to empower student and parents on leadership. Hon Abla Dzifa Gomashie (Former Deputy Min For Tourism) who is a special guest and Partner of Obaapaa Foundation also empower teenage mothers and parents not to leave their teenage mothers but rather help and assist them when the find themselves in such situations. She also advised men who leave their children to only women to bring up to desist from such barbaric act and rather support with the little they have.

The director of education the Akuapem district then launched Teenage Mothers Back To School to climax the program.

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“If Dem Send You Tell Dem You No See Me” – Stonebwoy Replies A Twitter User Over “Fix The Country” Campaign After Calling Him Out.

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#FixTheCountry as been in the trends on social media since yesterday 3 May 2021 and Ghanaian dancehall Artiste Stonebwoy has revealed why he is not adding his voice to the campaign after Twitter user called him out with other artistes.

In Stonebwoy’s reply to the Twitter user, he says; the economy has become too static for the youths due to the high degree of social inequalities caused by the political parties.

He added that, each and everyone in the country is suffering equally thus the political parties know what to do to FixTheCountry for its citizens.

Please if them send you tell Dem say u no see me o.. which part of the suffering are we not affected by directly and indirectly as Ghanaians. The problem is you the parties Politicizing everything. When you know exactly what To Do…

 

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Comedian Waris Attack media on fix ghana agenda

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Renowned Ghanaian comedian ( Comedian Waris ) goes hard on ghana media Houses for failing to aid the support of citizens in the country while politicians fail to develop the country but rather put in more task with no job or better payments on the citizens…. below is what he tweeted

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Bill Gates and Melinda Gates to divorce after 27 years

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Bill and Melinda Gates announced on Monday afternoon that they are ending their marriage after 27 years.

The pair made the announcement simultaneously with identical messages shared on their Twitter accounts. Melinda Gates also shared the news on Instagram 

“After a great deal of thought and a lot of work on our relationship, we have made the decision to end our marriage,” read the statement. “Over the last 27 years, we have raised three incredible children and build a foundation that works all over the world to enable all people to lead healthy, productive lives.”

“We continue to share a belief in that mission and will continue our work together at the foundation, but we no longer believe we can grow together as a couple in this next phase of our lives,” continued the statement. “We ask for space and privacy for our family as we begin to navigate this new life.”

Bill and Melinda French Gates met at a trade fair in New York and began dating in 1987, more than a decade after Bill Gates first founded Microsoft. The pair wed in 1994 , at the Four Seasons Resort Lanai in Hawaii.
In 1996, they welcomed their first child, Jennifer Katharine. That same year, Bill and Melinda Gates established the William H. Gates Foundation, which focuses on advancing global health using charitable donations from Microsoft.

They had their second child and first son, Rory John, in 1999. In 2002, their third child, Phoebe Adele, was born.

In 2000, the William H. Gates Foundation merged with another organization, the Gates Learning Foundation, to form the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Since 2000, the foundation has spent $53.8 billion and opened international offices all over the world to expand its outreach. In their statement, the couple said that the foundation would continue despite their separation.

In 2020, the foundation committed $1.75 billion to respond to the coronavirus pandemic, including to help with the development and distribution of tests, treatments and vaccines.

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