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Ghana Police shuts down common sense

Ghana Police shuts down common sense

The Ghana Police Service has confirmed reports that it has blocked its own access to common sense. Sources at the police headquarters in Accra say the top brass of the police service attempted to access common sense on May 26, but experienced loading issues and total blackouts in some instances. An error message displayed on…

‘I foretold Leicester City’s victory 2 years ago’– TB Duncan-Judas

The Reverend Archbishop Major General Dr. T. B. Duncan-Judas says he foretold Leicester City’s fairytale Premier League victory in a prophecy delivered during a sermon 2 years ago. Recounting the prophecy which he supposedly gave in 2014, the CEO and founder of Holy Gospel Anointed Mountain Of Abundant Faith and Blessings International Believers Ministries said he…

EC replaces logo with ‘copy and paste’ symbol 

The Electoral Commission (EC) has replaced its recently unveiled logo after it came under widespread criticisms from the general public. The commission admitted the latest logo, which is essential the ‘copy and paste’ symbol is a reflection of the values and principles of the EC’s current leadership. The unusual decision to introduce the latest logo…

Mahama’s ‘printer’s devil’ distances himself from Joy’s latest blunder 

Mahama’s infamous printer’s devil has swiftly moved to distance himself from the latest printing blunder to hit the nation. The devil who has singlehandedly shouldered the blamed for the shambolic Independence Day brochure which included an incredible reference to Uhuru Kenyatta as President of Ghana said he “has absolutely nothing to do with the Joy-Blay…

Facebook to ban Ghanaians from using foreign solidarity flag filters after reports of rotting flood victims in Odaw river fails to evoke public outcry

Facebook says it will prevent users in Ghana from accessing solidarity flag filters of other nations after accusing Ghanaian users of “constantly turning a blind eye to local tragedies.” Data from the social networking website shows a shockingly low volume of commentary from Ghanaian users following media reports of decaying bodies spotted in the Odaw…

Political parties include ‘promise to buy ambulances’ on list of empty campaign promises 

Political parties contesting the November general elections have all updated their list of empty campaign promises to include “a promise to purchase more ambulances and medical equipments for the Ghana Ambulance Service.” The parties are convinced “voters will fall for any promise that mentions ‘ambulances’,” after last Wednesday’s Kintampo-Tamale Highway accident which tragically claimed 71…

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