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More photos from Omotola Ekeinde’s surpise party in Ghana

Movie star, Omotola Ekeinde was a year older some weeks ago but she didn’t throw any party.
However, some of her office staff at Redhot concepts threw her a surprise party yesterday in Ghana – She also got a bottle of the world’s most expensive champagne (Taste of Diamonds) from the makers, Gout de Diamants valued at 1.2million pounds (N300 million). £1,200,000.
birthday has been a roller coaster of fans and friends spending their
own money! Lol…so many parties, I’ve just been touring them all!” she says.

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16 Illegal Miners Dead In Ghana Pit Collapse

Some 16 illegal miners, digging for gold in Ghana’s Central Region, are feared dead after the pit in which they were mining caved in on Monday morning, local radio stations reported

The pit in which they were mining caved in.
An Accra-based radio station, Joy FM, reported that the accident happened at Kyekyewere, near Dunkwa-on-Offin, in the Central Region.
It said the bodies retrieved so far comprised two women and 14 men, aged between 18 and 50 years.
The assemblyman for Kyekyewere Electoral area, Jacob Aboagye, said more people were feared trapped in the pit which belonged to a private mining firm.
The broadcast said personnel from the Ghana National Fire Service, Ghana Police Service and Ghana Immigration Services as well as the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) were frantically searching for survivors.
Many illegal miners are trapped in pits throughout the country annually because of the hazardous conditions under which they work.
They have ignored repeated advice to stop their illegal activities that also degrade the environment and pollute water bodies, as they leave pits uncovered, degrade the land and use dangerous chemicals in their work.

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“We Did Not See This Coming At All” – Ghana Coach Surprised After Eaglets Run Riot

Paa Kwesi Fabin, coach of the Ghanaian U-17 has confessed that his side were outplayed by the Flying Eaglets from Nigeria after they lost 6-1 in their opening game of the CAF U-17

Isaac Success scored four times, while Bernard Bulbwa and Kelechi Iheanacho added one goal each, as the Eaglets thrashed their neighbours.
“Nigeria surprised us tonight, they were far better than we had expected and outplayed us. We did not see this heavy defeat coming at all and not only were the Nigerians good but they were stronger too.”
The Ghanaians will now be hoping to get their competition back on track, when they face Congo in their second game.
“We have to regroup and try to salvage our campaign to reach semi-finals but now we can only look ahead to one game at a time,” he said.
“So we need to have a look at how we approached this game because our tactics and set-up did not work today.
“Our focus shifts to the next game against Congo and not the one beyond that and little by little we see if we can recover from today’s set back.”

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FG resolves Nigerian traders’ dispute with Ghana

The Federal Government has succeeded in ending reported hostilities against Nigerian traders in Ghana as it has been able to secure the Ghanaian government’s closure of over 40 shops belonging to Nigerian traders.

The shops were closed on February 6, 2013 for alleged violation of Ghana’s laws on trading by foreigners.

The agreement to reopen the shops was reached at a meeting between the Ghanaian Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr. Haruna Idrissu, and the Nigerian delegation to Ghan, led by the Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr. Samuel Ortom.

The decision of the Federal Government to send a delegation to Ghana to resolve the difficulties being faced by the Nigerian traders was to further reaffirm its commitment to the welfare of Nigerians at home and abroad, according to a statement from the ministry.

Idrissu, according to the statement, highlighted some issues of violation of mutual agreements, which the Nigerian government promised to look into, stating however that he was happy with the Federal Government’s handling of the issue.

According to reports by traders, the shops belonging to Nigerian traders in the Okaishie Market area in the Central Business District of Accra were closed in February by Ghanaian authorities, who ordered them to vacate the place without providing any alternative.

A notice signed by the Ghanaian authorities and pasted on the shops, titled, ‘Non-Ghanaians engaged in trading in market places,’ read, “It has come to the notice of the task force that you are engaged in trading activities in the market place. Your activities contravene Section 18 of GPIC Law 1194 (Act 478).

“Please take notice that your continuous operations from the market will no more be countenanced and that your shop has been permanently closed from today. In case you have any difficulties related to the actions of the task force, please do not hesitate to contact the undersigned at the Ministry of Trade and Industry.”

The decision of the Ghanaian authorities was, however, reversed following the intervention of the Federal Government through the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment.

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