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Photos: Man commits suc!de after losing GHc5.4 million bet slip



A man believed to be in his 30s has reportedly committed suicide yesterday after losing his bet slip.

According to reports, the man identified as papa Ebube from Imo state in Nigeria Ebube may have committed suicide because he lost his Bet Naija ticket which could have earned him 360million Naira which is equivalent to over 5.4 million Ghana cedis.

The report also added that Papa Ebubehad two wives and two children but left when they constantly suffured domestic violence under his watch

The police upon their arrival found that the deceased was a graduate, a tricycle rider, and a great lover of sports whose son is expected to graduate from the Nigerian military school this year.

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Man Dies A Day After Taking Photos Inside A Coffin (+Photos)




Fate met superstition when a young man lost his life in a gruesome accident a day after he took some selfies in a coffin.

The deceased, identified as Mr Isaac Terkende who hailed from Benue state, snapped pictures of himself in a coffin.

Then the next day, word went round that he has been involved in a car accident and died instantly on the spot.

The 21-year old man has since been buried at Guma LGA in Benue State.

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Forgive us – Repented Kejetia traders beg Mahama




Traders in Kumasi have rendered an unqualified apology to former President John Mahama and other appointees in the previous administration after they openly displayed their fury over attempts by Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA), then headed by Kojo Bonsu to relocate them for rehabilitation works to take place at redeveloped Kejatia market.

At a Christian prayer session held by the traders covered by last week, the leadership of the Kejetia Traders’ Association showed remorse for initially resisting the construction of state-of-the-art Kejetia redeveloped market.

“It was unfortunate we tried fighting former President John Mahama and Hon. Kojo Bonsu when they wanted to relocate us to pave way for the construction. They should forgive us and accept our apology”, Chairman of the Kejetia Traders’ Association, Mr. Kwabena Obeng apologized on members behalf of his colleagues

The traders embarked on series of demonstrations mounting pressure on former appointees not to include Kejetia in the reconstruction of the Kumasi Central Market.

“We did that out of ignorance…We didn’t understand the mode of communication which is the Queen’s language so we took position which wasn’t the best”, the chairman revealed.

Meanwhile, the liaison officer and Consultant, Mr. Emmanuel Danso on behalf of Contracta Engineering Limited, a Brazilian firm also thanked the Akufo-Addo and Mahama led administrations for support leading to full completion of the Kejetia market.

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Re-register your SIM by June 2020 or lose your phone number – Ursula Owusu




The Ministry of Communications has announced that all mobile phone users will have to re-register their SIM numbers (Subscriber Identity Module) from 1st January 2020 to 30th June 2020 or lose the numbers as they will be deactivated.

The measure, according to Mrs Ursula Owusu Ekuful, Minister of Communications, will help monitor and track down persons who use their phones for criminal activities.

Identification forms acceptable for re-registration or fresh SIMs will be by approved national biometric identity cards.

Mrs Ursula Ekuful announced government’s decision at a press briefing Monday, and explained that the valid ID cards will include Driver’s Licence, SSNIT, Passports, and the Ghana Card. A detailed programme will be rolled out by the National Communications Authority and will be conducted with the telecommunication companies.

According to the Minister, Ghana enacted the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) Registration Regulations, 2011 (L.I. 2006) primarily to reduce mobile phone related crimes such as prank calls, cyber-crime, mobile money fraud and its related issues and general security.

She said the enactment was also intended to help the law enforcement agencies to identify the SIM card owners, track criminals who use phones for illegal activities, curb incidents such as phone theft, hate text messages, mobile fraud activities, inciting violence, and to combat crime such as SIM Box fraud.

“SIM registration also enables subscribers to be properly identified for the use of value-added services such as mobile banking, mobile money, and electronic payment services. Due to the crucial nature of SIM registration and its security implications for the country, MNOs (Mobile Network Operators) were required to ensure SIMs were registered properly before activation on the mobile network to avoid inconsistencies and fake subscriber identity.

“Even though the SIM Registration regulations are still in force, it is not being enforced due to the lack of an acceptable, fake proof, Identification card and non-existence of verification by a national database to ensure the traceability of the individual who registered the SIM card.

“Currently, there is no solution in place to integrate all the databases of Card Issuing Agencies for the seamless verification of IDs used for registration of SIMs to be effectively conducted.

In addition to this, the Ministry of Communications has noted other deficiencies of the existing SIM card registration regime in Ghana including the sale of pre-registered SIM cards, the use of pre-registered SIM cards and fraudulent registration of SIM cards. All of these activities are proscribed by law. These deficiencies facilitate fraudulent activities perpetrated through the use of mobile phones such as mobile money fraud, illegal SIM swap, illegal termination of international traffic (SIM-Boxing) leading to loss of revenue to the state, impersonation and cyber-crime.”

Mrs Owusu Ekuful said though some IDs submitted for registration of SIMs may have been valid, however, due to the poorly implemented manual verification process, millions of SIMs registered have been rendered invalid because of non-verification of these IDs electronically with the databases of the Card Issuing Agencies.

“The Ministry has consulted all relevant stakeholders and hereby announces that from 1st January 2020, we will all be required to re-register our SIM cards. Any SIM card which is not registered will be deactivated by June 2020, giving a six-month time frame for this exercise. We entreat all citizens, residents and visitors to cooperate to ensure the success of this exercise for our collective security,” she said.


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