Mayorkun Dance ft L.A.X

Mayorkun Dance
Mayorkun – Dance ft. L.A.X

Mayorkun Dance ft L.A.X mp3 download. Mayorkun joins forces with top-notch Nigerian singer, L.A.X to present us with this lovely song titled “Dance ”.
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Mr. P – I Do ft. Tiwa Savage

Mr P I Do ft Tiwa Savage
Mr P I Do ft Tiwa Savage

Mr P I Do ft Tiwa Savage mp3 download. Lifted off Mr P’s “Prodigal” album lies this song titled “I Do” featuring Tiwa Savage produced by Shuga Vibez. Kindly download and share below

[ BREAKING + NEWS ] Rasta Students: Achimota Did No Wrong – Prof. Oduro

Professor George K. T. Oduro, a former Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, says management of Achimota Senior High School did not infringe on the religious rights of Rastafarian students who were asked to trim their fair.

He said the School only ensured that the students complied with its rules and regulations regarding dress code, specifically, hairstyle.

“Insisting that the students removed their dreadlock and trimmed their hair to fit the School’s identity is no discrimination and should not be construed as suppression of minority rights of the students,” he said in an interview with the Ghana News Agency.

He advised that playing the religious card on the hairstyle issue at the Achimota School should be stopped, saying, issues indexed to religion, only aroused emotions and shrouded objectivity.

Prof. Oduro argued that dreadlock was not a monopoly of Rastafarianism, saying: “I have read Martin Daubney’s 2016 article titled, ‘The Hairstyle Truth, Dreadlocks Don’t Belong to One Culture’ and this is explicitly the case.”

Prof. Oduro explained that Rastafarianism did not depend on dreadlocks and that with or without it, one could still practice the religion.

“My search suggests strongly that dreadlocks provide an identity to Rastafarianism but Rastafarianism doesn’t depend on the wearing of dreadlocks. The literature suggests that Marcus Garvey and Emperor Haile Selassie were both very committed Rastafarians but neither of them wore dreadlocks.

“…We should also not forget that some young people wear dreadlocks just for fun or to attract attention.”

Prof. Oduro, who is also an Educational Leadership Scholar, said he did not think that the management of the Achimota Senior High needed to be put under pressure to admit the two students with their dreadlocks on.

“Every school has an identity which helps to distinguish its students from students of other schools. Because of this, what the authorities of Achimota School did was not wrong at all. They never said they were not going to admit the students based on their religion. They were only enforcing the hairstyle rules of the school,” he emphasized.

He noted that comparing Western culture as a benchmark for determining values for young Ghanaians at the pre-tertiary level was inappropriate.

“I acknowledge that in some advanced countries students wear any dress that pleases them to school. But, let’s note that every country has its own culture that defines the identity of its citizens. At the centre of the culture of most Western countries is individualism, so individual values supersede that of communal values. In our part of the world, however, we cherish communal values. Whatever you do as an individual has implications for the community or the society,” he said.

The Educational Leadership Scholar said his observations notwithstanding, students with peculiar needs linked to ill health or any other need could negotiate with the management of the school for concession, instead of taking it from a human rights angle.

“Maybe if the parents of these Rastafarian students had taken the negotiation approach, we wouldn’t be here having this discussion”.


[ BREAKING + NEWS ] Sissala West MP Seeks Urgent Answers To Road, Health IssuesTHAT

Mohammed Adams Sukparu, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sissala West Constituency, wants the Ministers of Roads and Highways, and Health to explain the poor nature of roads, and inadequate health facilities in the constituency.

“The two urgent questions I have filed are aimed at calling the sector ministers to come and provide answers to parliament as to why they are denying the good people of Sissala West their rights to good roads and good health,” Mr Sukparu said in Accra.

The House is expected to rise by the middle of this week, to reconvene on May 18, 2021, but the MP was demanding an explanation from the two-sector ministers as to why his area lacked good road infrastructure, a health facility, among others.

“I have filed two urgent questions in Parliament and expecting answers from the sector ministers in the coming week,” the MP said, adding, “I want specific information on what action plans the Government is developing towards the constituency.”

In a chat with journalists at the week, in Parliament House, in Accra, the MP did not understand why there is not a single tarred road or hospital in Gwollu, the district capital of Sissala West Assembly, which is also the hometown of former President Hilla Limann.

According to the MP, the people of Sissala West can only access the Nadowli District Hospital, a two- hour drive; and that, the lack of a district hospital for Sissala West put the lives of the people more at risk in the period of Covid-19.

“It’s only God’s protection that has kept us in the middle of this pandemic, the MP said, adding, “So as the good people of Sissala West, we want our share of the national cake.

“It appears we have been excluded from the government’s developmental agenda and it is impacting negatively on the living conditions of the good people of Sissala West. We deserve better, far better than this,” he lamented.

The MP referred to a recent programme to build District Hospitals across the country, and said: ‘We were told that by the end of 2020 there’ll be a district hospital at Gwollu.

‘The District capital is Gwollu and we have been told since May last year that the government was going to build some 88 hospitals. Gwollu was mentioned as a beneficiary community.

“But as I speak with you now, not even a single block or site has not been identified anywhere to convince the people of Sissala West that yes the government is working towards it.”

He also identified the language barrier as challenges for his constituents in accessing health care.

Mr Sukparus appealed to the Government to prioritise infrastructure development in rural communities and actually work in the interest of the people.

“In the whole of Sissala West, there is not a single tarred road. And this is a constituency that has been created since 2004. Most of the roads are said to be under awards. Contractors attempted working on the roads, but abandoned them for reasons known only to them and the sector minister,’ Mr Supkaru said.

He described Gwollu Jeffisi Road as important to the people in the constituency, but wondered why the contractor abandoned site, since 2017 and never returned.

Other roads, where the contractors abandoned site, according to the Sissala West MP, were the Gwollu Town, the Gwollu-Liplime-Jawia, – there was another contractor on that portion of the road, but for about 5 years now none of those contractors were seen.

“And if you go to the constituency as we speak, it is bad. Sometimes you ask yourself whether we too are part of this country. You ask whether we also don’t deserve our share of the national cake,” Hon Sukparu stated.


Dancehall King Shatta Wale appears to be suggesting to us that his former militant, Captan, is gay

Dancehall King Shatta Wale appears to be suggesting to us that his former militant, Captan, is gay and wants to date him.
Wale claims that Captan has been sending him n*de photos!
In a post on Facebook, Wale warned his former militant to stop sending him n*des.
Captan Abdul Kadir stop sending me your n*ked pictures 


,” he wrote.
Why else would a grown man be sending another man n*des unless he wants a ‘relationship’.

The laughing emojis though suggest that Wale might be joking for attention, which would be no big surprise.