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Humans Stucked Underground As Fire Extends To GCB; Helicopter Called As Fire Service Water Finishes..

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Angel TV News has confirmed that some human beings in the underground part of the “Afia 123” building at Makola are stucked as the burning fire is extending to the Ghana Commercial Bank building.

Citizens have called on the Ghana Army to come over with helicopter to splash water from above to quench the fire after all the water brought by Fire tenders got finished.

There have been no casualties. This is because the fire itself hasn’t finished burning. Thousands of Ghanaians looked on and could not help.
As to what brought about the fire, we are yet to know. It has been two hours now. Angel TV News confirmed confirmed that , all the fire tenders that arrived could not quench the fire.

The mayor of Accra Honorabe Henry Quartey told media men that, they will soon go to the grounds and know exactly what brought about the fire.
May God help us and protect us from these natural Disasters.
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Shatta Wale set to launch ride-hailing service, Shatta Taxi (Shaxi)

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Reggae/Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has announced he will be launching his own ride hailing service dubbed Shaxi.

‘Shaxi’ short for Shatta Taxi, he revealed, is part of efforts he is making to provide jobs for some of the youths in various communities.

Taking to Twitter, the ‘Melissa’ hitmaker wrote, “Shatta Movement fans are going to be employed. The youth are going to be employed, the street [boys] are going to be employed, yes we all can play a role in reducing the unemployment rate. It’s coming #SHAXI.”

In another post, Shatta Wale urged persons interested in joining the service to prepare to apply for jobs in his new company.

The ‘My Level’ hitmaker assured that the drivers who work for his company will “enjoy” their work.

Shatta Wale stated that the new initiative, which he believes is revolutionary, will help every driver earn more money as they deserve to.

“To all my drivers always complaining about being cheated on, don’t worry, I get good news for y’all. You are about to enjoy your work as drivers. SHAXI gotcha covered, it’s taking us time to get everything right. And finally we are ready,” he wrote. [SIC]

Taking to social media, many Ghanaians applauded Shatta Wale for the efforts he is making to ensure the unemployed youth are gainfully employed.

 

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Man lynched to death over scrap thief at Ofankor

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A man has been lynched at Ofankor for allegedly stealing scrap metals.

The Unit Committee Chairman for Ofankor South, Nana David, told Kwame Appiah Kubi on Accra100.5FM’s morning show Ghana Yensom that the alleged robber was caught at dawn stealing the railings along a footbridge in the area.

The body was still lying in the open as of the time the local assembly official spoke to Kwame Appiah Kubi.

The police were also yet to arrive at the scene of the incident.

Meanwhile, a relative to the lynched man, Afia Manu, told to Kwame Appiah Kubi that her deceased relative was into selling shoes and clothes but suddenly turned to dealing in scraps.

She recalled a similar incident where her relative was reported to her as having stolen something.

She said she advised him against stealing but to no avail.

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Father surprises Mr Eazi as stars join to celebrate His 30th birthday

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‘Welcome to Eazi’s Jungle’ is the first inscription to greet patrons who thronged Kozo, an open space restaurant located at West Airport where musician Mr Eazi’s celebrated his 30th birthday celebration with family and friends.

The event saw notable names such as his girlfriend Temi Otedola, Kwesi Arthur, Kwamina Mp, actor Adjetey Anang, Micheal Dappah, musician Efya, French Ambassador to Ghana Anne Sophie Avé, Bola Ray, Real Housewives of Atlanta star Tanya Sam among a host of others.

The surprise of the night was the father of the musician who flew in from the US to share in the joy of his son.

He believes his son is destined for greater things ahead and that “his ministry has just begun,” he added.

Known in real life as Oluwatosin Ajibade, Mr Eazi, is a Ghana-based Nigerian singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur

He is the pioneer of Banku Music, a fusion sound he describes as a mixture of Ghanaian highlife and Nigerian chord progressions and patterns.

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