Kojo Illuminati-Yabo Dam-(Mix By Master Kay Beatz)

The X-Mas awaited banger is now out

Kojo Illuminati-Yabo Dam-(Mix By Master Kay Beatz)


Patapaa Maame oooo (X mas) ft Kweku Vyper-(Prod By Master Kay Beatz)

Patapaa-Maame oooo (X Mas)-ft-Kweku Vyper-(Prod By Master Kay Beatz). This is the unawareness X Mas Banger From The Camp Of Pa2pa Sojes And Biztown Recordz Ghana. As Patapaa and Master Kay Beatz Site Down To Release An X Mas Banger For This 2021

Infact you can’t stop dancing to this mad tune, infact it an Xmas and we must to enjoy ourselves together as we still in the Covid19.


Live updates: NSMQ 2021 – Presec, Ketasco and Prempeh College battle for trophy

It is the grand finale of the 2021 National Science and Maths Quiz and PRESEC-Legon, Prempeh College and Keta SHTS are ready to battle for the covetable trophy.

The three schools who have showed outstanding performance prior to today have pledged to once again give a splendid performance. It is a clash of the titans.

Presbyterian Boys’ Senior High School wants a seventh trophy but KETASCO says it won’t give this mouth-watering opportunity to grab its first trophy.

Prempeh College is battling for a fifth trophy.

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Bagbin to undergo medical review in Dubai a day after 2022 budget ‘rejection’

The Speaker of Parliament, Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin , is scheduled to travel to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Saturday, November 27 “to undergo a medical review”.

A fax message sighted by 3news.com 

lists the wife of the Speaker, Mrs Alice Adjua Yornas, Head of the Parliamentary Clinic Dr Prince Pambo, and his Special Aide, Justice Norvor, as part of his delegation.

The fax to the Head of Mission of the Ghana Embassy in UAE said: “Mr Speaker and his delegation will depart Accra on Saturday, 27th November 2021 at 18.50 hours and arrive in Dubai at 6.20 hours on flight EK788 the next day.”

This comes a day after Speaker Bagbin ruled on a motion filed by the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, on the 2022 budget statement.https://www.youtube.com/embed/q1yqhUBl7i0?feature=oembed

Already, the Majority Caucus, whose members walked out a few moments prior to the ruling, is accusing Mr Bagbin of “mischief” in presiding over the exercise.

They have since declared their intention to have the “illegality” reversed.

FixTheCountry protesters clash with police

Friday’s #FixTheCountry protesters went on a collision course with personnel of the Accra Regional Command of the Ghana Police Service after they were refused entry into Parliament.
The protesters were seeking to enter Parliament to present their petition to leadership of the House.

But the police stopped the scores from entering the legislature by giving only a quota of 10.

This appeared not to have gone down well with organisers who wanted dozens to enter Parliament to present the petition.

“We are resolving with the followers that only 10 people will be allowed in to present the petition,” the President of the Unemployed Graduates Network, Selorm Kwame Dzramado, who joined the protest, told TV3 ‘s Joseph Armstrong Gold-Alorgbey.
He described the exercise as having been successful “because the message we are carrying out to Parliament today, the leadership of the House humbly came to this place to meet us”.

The demonstration is calling for a total rejection of the 2022 budget as presented by Minister of Finance Kenneth Ofori-Atta on Wednesday, November 17.

“We describe the taxes as ‘killer taxes’,” Mr Dzramado said. “If those taxes are approved by Parliament today, most Ghanaians will be extinct.”

Meanwhile, the Eighth Parliament is set to approve the budget on Friday, November 26 amid intense disagreement between the Majority and the Minority.

While the Majority thinks the budget will save the country from the ravages of the Covid-induced economic shocks, little wonder the naming it ‘Agyenkwa Budget’, the Minority thinks some of the policies are “draconian”.

“We want Parliament to reject the budget in its entirety. It should be sent back to the Executive capturing our revulsion and capturing our concerns,” the #FixTheCountry protester said.