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VIDEO: 14 passengers rescued after Ghana Airforce helicopter’s force landing – watch


Passengers aboard a Ghana Air Force helicopter have been safely rescued following a forced landing in Bonsokrom, a suburb of Agona Nkwanta in the Western Region. Eyewitnesses reported that the helicopter, carrying a total of 14 individuals, including personnel from the Petroleum sector regulators, made the forced landing near the Bonsokrom community.

Air Force personnel quickly cordoned off the area, and all occupants, including crew members, were successfully rescued.

Details regarding the flight’s origin and destination remain unclear. It is uncertain whether the helicopter was returning from offshore locations to Takoradi or was en route from Takoradi to Accra at the time of the incident.

The incident has prompted inquiries into the circumstances surrounding the forced landing, raising concerns about air travel safety protocols and maintenance standards. Updates on this developing story will be provided as more information becomes available.


Kobbie Mainoo ditches Ghana, set to represent England


Kobbie Mainoo, the promising British-Ghanaian footballer currently playing for Manchester United, has made a significant move in European football.

Previously, there were hopes within the Ghanaian football community that Mainoo would choose to represent Ghana’s national team, as expressed by Dr. Randy Abbey, an Executive Council member of the GFA. However, recent developments have dashed these hopes.

Reports from multiple sports portals confirm that Mainoo has been called up by Gareth Southgate to the England senior national soccer team. This marks a significant milestone in Mainoo’s career, as he joins Southgate’s squad for two upcoming home friendlies at Wembley Stadium. The matches are scheduled against Brazil on Saturday, March 23, and Belgium on Tuesday, March 26.

Son of Professor Adu Boahen attacked and k!llled inside his East Legon home


Tragic news has surfaced reporting the death of Christoper Adu Boahen, the son of late Professor Adu Boahen, one of the founding members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). According to reports, Christopher was attacked and killed by suspected robbers in his East Legon residence in Accra.

Christopher, who was physically challenged, tragically lost his life during the attack and reportedly did not resist the assailants. Following the fatal incident, the assailants also ransacked Christopher’s home.

The late Professor Adu Boahen was a renowned historian and played a significant role in Ghanaian politics. He was the NPP’s presidential candidate in the 1992 elections, marking Ghana’s return to democracy under the Fourth Republic. The loss of his son, Christopher, is a devastating blow to the family and the wider NPP community.

All you need to know about Fameye’s secrete court wedding


Rumors circulating online suggest that popular Ghanaian musician, Fameye, has secretly tied the knot with his German girlfriend, allegedly leaving his Ghanaian baby mama behind. Speculation arose after photos emerged of the couple leaving the Madina Magistrate Court together, sparking curiosity among fans and followers.

While the identity of Fameye’s rumored bride remains a topic of intrigue, whispers suggest she is a German resident who frequently visits Ghana. However, neither Fameye nor his alleged partner have officially confirmed the news, leaving fans to speculate about their relationship.

Adding to the intrigue, Fameye is already known to be a married man with a wife and two children. Despite his relatively private personal life, the recent sighting at the courthouse has stirred interest among fans eager to learn more about the mystery woman by his side.

However, without official confirmation or statements from Fameye or his representatives, the purpose of the couple’s visit to the court remains open to interpretation. It’s possible that their presence could be related to various legal or administrative matters unrelated to marriage.

CCTV footage shows prison officers helping a Chinese convict to escape after giving them food from KFC


Two Ghanaian prison officers have been brought before the Accra Circuit Court on charges of conspiracy and aiding escape for their alleged involvement in the escape of a Chinese prisoner, Wang Xiao, from Nsawam Medium Prison.

Joseph Oteng and Sergeant Isaac Boateng Bonsu are accused of assisting Wang Xiao in his escape from custody. Initially, the officers claimed that Xiao was abducted by individuals driving a Toyota Vitz after a hospital visit.

However, CCTV footage from a nearby hotel contradicts their story. The footage captures the accused officers escorting Xiao to the hotel to meet his purported wife in a room. It shows them removing Xiao’s handcuffs and escorting him to the hotel reception.

At the reception, Bonsu informed the staff that they were there to visit someone in one of the rooms. Subsequently, the officers allegedly allowed Xiao to meet his supposed wife, who offered them KFC rice and drinks in exchange for some private time with her husband.

I was the king of 3some during my young years as an actor – Paa George (watch)


Veteran Ghanaian actor Paa George recently shared nostalgic memories from his youth during an exclusive interview with Kofi Adoma.

Recalling his energetic days as a young man, Paa George reminisced about being dubbed “The Ladies Friend” due to his charm and popularity among beautiful women.

According to Paa George, during the early 1980s, he was known for his handsome looks, which attracted numerous admirers. He revealed that he once had two girlfriends who were aware of each other’s existence and even agreed to share a bed with him.

Delving into details, Paa George explained that during intimate moments, he would position himself between his two girlfriends, with one on his right and the other on his left.

He humorously described how he would first attend to the needs of one partner before moving on to the other, creating an amusing picture of his youthful adventures in romance.

Afua Asantewaa and husband joins Tiktok challenge – watch

Ghanaian internet sensation Afua Asantewaa, known for her Guinness World Record attempts, and her husband Kofi Aduonum, recently caught attention with a TikTok dance challenge.

In the video, Afua showcased her impressive dancing skills, while her husband, Kofi, opted for a more playful approach, resulting in a mix of admiration and criticism from viewers.

The couple’s TikTok dance challenge video quickly gained traction, sparking discussions on social media platforms like Lawrence Postings on Instagram, where it was initially shared. While some praised them as the epitome of marrying one’s best friend, others criticized their performance.

Dr. Grace Boadu: Friends dance and twerk at thanksgiving service as if nothing has happened – video


The town of Ejisu in the Ashanti Region was engulfed in sorrow last Saturday as the late Dr. Grace Boadu was laid to rest.

Dr. Boadu, the founder of Grace Gift Herbal Hospital, passed away in her residence in Tantra Hills, Accra, on January 29.

A video capturing the emotional final funeral rites of Dr. Boadu circulated widely on social media, depicting her mother in tears, which deeply moved online viewers.

However, another video surfaced on social media showing a group of Dr. Boadu’s friends dancing and twerking as if they were at a nightclub.

Interestingly, one of Dr. Boadu’s close friends, Vidic, had been publicly mourning her late friend on TikTok, often seen crying in remembrance.

Surprisingly, Vidic led the dancing and twerking activities at the Thanksgiving ceremony, appearing joyful despite the solemn occasion.

Popular TikToker, Mole, shot to death at galamsey site while trying to escape arrest – video


The Ghanaian TikTok sensation known as Mole has met a tragic end after reportedly being shot by officers of the Ghana Forestry Commission. The incident occurred as Mole and a group of friends attempted to evade arrest after allegedly trespassing into a forest reserve for illegal mining activities.

Reports indicate that Mole was shot in the eye during the attempt to escape, resulting in his untimely demise. While some of his companions managed to flee, Mole was not as fortunate and lost his life in the encounter.

The news of Mole’s death has sparked outrage among his friends and followers on TikTok, who are now calling for justice on his behalf. The circumstances surrounding the incident are still under investigation, with many awaiting further details to emerge.

I’ll complete all abandoned projects before starting new ones – Mahama


John Dramani Mahama, the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has outlined his approach to governance should he emerge victorious in the 2024 general elections.

During a townhall meeting in Wa as part of his “Building the Ghana We Want” tour of the Upper West Region, Mahama emphasized his commitment to prioritizing the completion of existing projects over initiating new ones.

Mahama articulated that his government would focus on utilizing available resources to finalize stalled and ongoing initiatives, rather than embarking on new ventures.

He highlighted the importance of continuity in development efforts, stating, “Whatever resources that we have, we are going to use it to continue and finish abandoned and ongoing projects so that we can start making use of them.”

Specifically referencing the SD Dombo University for Business and Integrated Development Studies (SDD-UBIDS), Mahama pledged to complete abandoned projects at the institution if elected president in 2025.

He recalled the late President John Evans Atta Mills’ commitment to key projects at the Wa campus of the University for Development Studies (UDS), including an ultra-modern library, a lecture hall complex, and a students’ hostel facility, which had stalled.

Mahama expressed regret over the delay in completing critical infrastructure projects such as the Wa-Tumu-Bolgatanga road, emphasizing its significance as a vital link between two regional capitals. He described the road’s status as “a shame” and vowed to prioritize its construction to enhance connectivity and facilitate transportation between Wa and Bolgatanga.

Mahama’s remarks underscored his dedication to ensuring the effective utilization of resources and the fulfillment of development promises for the benefit of communities across Ghana.