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Negligence caused my dad's death -- Ibrahim Sima's son alleges E-mail

Abu Ibrahim, son of the convicted Exopa CEO who died last Thursday while servicing a jail term says his father's death was caused by negligence by prison officers and health officials.
"I am in shock because my dad wasn't a sick person. He was healthy, he was fit. The prison officer himself said it that...anytime Sima wakes up what he does is just exercise", said Abu Ibrahim.
He will not say if the family intends to seek legal redress over Mr Sima's death, but said there was need to "wait and see" since investigations are still ongoing.
Ibrahim Sima, died while serving a fifteen-year jail sentence at the Nsawam Prisons for trafficking narcotics.
He died on Thursday night at the Police Hospital in Accra.
Chief Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Prisons Service, DSP Vitalis Aiyia explained that the convicted CEO was playing football when he collided with the goalkeeper but did not complain of injuries at the time.

WBO Africa lightweight champion, Ashie wants to fight Tagoe again E-mail

George 'Red Tiger' Ashie has immediately set his sight on settling scores with his old foe Emmanuel Tagoe after his TKO win over Allan Kamote on Saturday.
Ashie who annexed the vacant WBO Africa lightweight wants a mandatory defense against Emmanuel Tagoe who defeated him two years ago.
"I want Emmanuel Tagoe. I wanted a title and now I have it so what's I want to do next is to defend the title with Emmanuel Tagoe."
The new champion also told the fans that he was ready to fight Tagoe on December 26 when the latter is expected to stage his next fight
. But during the bout Ashie was the aggressor in the bout and severally penetrated Kamote's weak guard throughout the fight which lasted only six rounds
The Tanzanian’s weaknesses were exposed even further in the fourth round after he was knocked down but he surprisingly beat the mandatory count to survive.

2 teachers, 5 students arrested over agitation at St John’s SHS E-mail

Two teachers and five students have been arrested in connection with agitations at the St. John’s Senior High School (SHS) in the Upper West Region.
The teachers reportedly instigated the students to protest against the school authority’s decision to sift the number of students sitting next year’s West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE)
The agitations led to the destruction of school property as well as the burning of the school administration block by some angry students on Thursday night.
Police in the region have tightened security in the Nandom Township where the school is located.
Chairman of the Nandom Security Council Catbert Baaba Kuupeil, who is also District Chief Executive (DCE) for the area, told Joy News an emergency district security meeting has been held to set a roadmap to resolve the issues.
He said some recommendations made from the meeting are being followed through to ensure that there is peace, order and security in and around the school – as well as the community around it.

Luv FM Ambassador School gets support E-mail

Atwima Kwanwoma Senior High School in the Ashanti Region has received educational materials worth over 3,000 Ghana cedis from Luv FM and its partners.
The gesture is a fulfillment of the Ambassador School Project, latest addition to the station’s flagship social event, the annual Skulls Reunion.
It is aimed at extending support every year to a less-endowed school in the Ashanti Region to enable them to overcome their basic challenges.
Atwima Kwanwoma SHS, named after the district in which it is located, becomes the first beneficiary of the innovation social responsibility project.
The text-books and stationery were donated by publisher, Prof. Quarm Series, and telecom company, TIGO, headline sponsor of the 2014 Skulls Reunion.
Business Manager at Multimedia, Kumasi, James Aglah, led a delegation to the school to present the materials.
He advised the students to strive for excellence despite their present hardships.

Kwaw Kese denied bail; will reappear on Dec 22 E-mail

Controversial hiplife artiste, Kwaw Kese, who was arrested by the police in Kumasi for allegedly smoking cannabis in public has been denied bail once more.
This is the second failed attempt to obtain bail.
The rapper appeared in court Monday morning hoping to secure bail after the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) Circuit Court, presided over by Judge William Boampong, remanded him into prison custody on his first appearance on November 24.
The controversial rapper was arrested by the police in Kumasi on Saturday, November 22 for allegedly smoking cannabis in public.
The court remanded him at the Kumasi Central Prison to reappear on Monday, December 8 after prosecutors argued that they were still investigating the matter.

MamaYe Campaign condemns Obinim’s exorcism on pregnant women E-mail

The MamaYe Campaign and the Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights (ARHR) have noted with surprise, a video circulating in the media in what seems to be a deliverance session being performed by a ‘man of God’ on a pregnant woman.
The 42 seconds video shows a despicable attempt by a man believed to be the head pastor of the International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim, commanding demons to leave the body of the purported pregnant woman while stomping on her abdomen.
A statement signed by Vicky T. Okine, Executive Director of ARHR, condemned the action of the individual captured in the video and called on the Ghana Health Service and law enforcement agencies to protect unborn children and their mothers from practices which put their lives at risk.
The statement said: “It is sad that in this day and age where organisations are working assiduously to reduce maternal and newborn deaths, some religious leaders are worsening the plight of women in Ghana through unorthodox healthcare promises and practices.”
“This action is a sad reflection of how gullible we are as a community and consequently, how susceptible we are to exploitation – both of which contribute negatively to maternal and newborn survival.
The statement called on the Christian Council and the Ghana Pentecostal Council to strengthen their monitoring processes to identify and rein in overzealous and exploitative leaders who prey on the lack of knowledge and vulnerability of the needy and lead them into situations that threaten their health and in this context, that of the unborn child. The health system is already stretched and we must eschew practices that are inimical to safe pregnancies and deliveries.





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