I’m Convinced We Will Win Our Final Game To Qualify – Milovan Rajevac

Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac has come under immense criticism from Ghanaian football fans for his in-game management at the African Cup of Nations in Cameroon.

The Black Stars are currently winless in Group C after losing to the Atlas Lions of Morocco and conceding a late equalizer to Gabon.

The blame for this poor patch of form has been squarely laid at the feet of Serbian trainer Milovan Rajevac for his lack of substitutions.

Speaking to the press after the game against Gabon yesterday, the experienced coach said he makes changes due to what he feels at a times.

Responding to a question by Gary Al-Smith on his proactiveness and lack thereof, Rajevac said: “We have the players we have at our disposal. As every coach, sometimes feel I feel players can be injured or something. So I take those decision as I feel, and I stand by them.”

He also said: “We already had 3 points in our pocket, but same as in the first match. But same as in the first match, we had a loss of concentration. [That said] we have one point and in the last game, we’ll qualify.”

Ghana goes into its last game against Comoros Island on Tuesday needing a win to give them a chance of making the last 16 of the competition.

I’m Convinced We Will Win Our Final Game To Qualify – Milovan Rajevac

Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac has come under immense criticism from Ghanaian football fans for his in-game management at the African Cup of Nations in Cameroon.

The Black Stars are currently winless in Group C after losing to the Atlas Lions of Morocco and conceding a late equalizer to Gabon.

The blame for this poor patch of form has been squarely laid at the feet of Serbian trainer Milovan Rajevac for his lack of substitutions.

Speaking to the press after the game against Gabon yesterday, the experienced coach said he makes changes due to what he feels at a times.

Responding to a question by Gary Al-Smith on his proactiveness and lack thereof, Rajevac said: “We have the players we have at our disposal. As every coach, sometimes feel I feel players can be injured or something. So I take those decision as I feel, and I stand by them.”

He also said: “We already had 3 points in our pocket, but same as in the first match. But same as in the first match, we had a loss of concentration. [That said] we have one point and in the last game, we’ll qualify.”

Ghana goes into its last game against Comoros Island on Tuesday needing a win to give them a chance of making the last 16 of the competition.

Stop Giving Money To Beggars – Social Welfare Urges Public

The Department of Social Welfare under the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly has cautioned the public against giving money to beggars wandering on the streets of the Metropolis.

According to the Department, the practice is indirectly encouraging people to continue to stand on the streets to make easy money.

The step is part of measures being considered by the Assembly to evacuate all street children and beggars from the various streets.

Speaking in an interview with Ultimate News’ Bayaga Fatawu, the Metropolitan Director of the Department of Social Welfare and community development Mrs. Apraku Esther Nyarko says the activity is now becoming a threat to society and therefore needs urgent attention.

She said “From now we shouldn’t also be giving out, they say Ghanaians are hospitable and generous because they usually give, let’s now stop and put our donations together come to social welfare we will direct it to the right people to get your true blessings instead of wasting it on the streets for business people.”

Mrs. Nyarko further indicates that begging is against the laws of the country hence the assembly will soon begin a massive evacuation exercise and people caught pushing children into the act or taking the unlawful activity as a business will be arrested and prosecuted.

She says the collaboration will be between the metropolitan assembly, the military, the police and the Immigration Service.

Mrs Nyarko adds that some of the factors contributing to begging include, disability, ignorance, cultural practices and among others.

She, therefore, admonishes parents and guardians to avoid releasing their children onto the streets to be used by others to make money as well as urged the adult beggars including persons with disability to begin looking for alternatives and stop straying on the streets.

Source: Bayaga Fatawu/Ultimate FM

MASLOC to disburse ¢64 million micro and small loans this year

The Micro Finance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC) has announced that it is going to disburse GH¢64.00 million in Micro and Small Loans this year.

GH¢20.00 million in vehicle and tricycle loans and GH¢36.00 million of the total amount will be from loan recoveries, the Centre said.

“MASLOC projects to disburse GH¢64.00 million in Micro and Small Loans this year. GH¢20.00 million in vehicle and tricycle loans. GH¢36.00 million of the total amount will be from loan recoveries,” the Presidency tweeted on Wednesday January 12.

MASLOC provides micro and small loans for start-ups and small businesses with fast, easy and accessible microcredit and small loans to grow and expand their businesses as well as to enhance job and wealth creation.

The objective is to provide, manage and regulate on fiduciary basis, approved funds for microfinance and small scale credit schemes and programmes and also serve as the apex body of the microfinance sub sector.

I Sent The Audio To A Confidante At The Office Of The Vice President – MzGee

Former TV3 and Multimedia employee, MzGee has come out to talk about the leaked audio sent to her by Psalm Adjeteyfio.

Social media users have lambasted MzGee after the audio of Psalm Adjeteyfio was leaked on the public domain. Media personality Amanda Jissah also blasted MzGee for recording and leaking the audio.

After MzGee was bashed and accused of leaking a private conversation she had with T.T, she has come out in a video recording to explain how everything happened. In a video sighted on her page, MzGee emphasized that she did not leak the audio of a private conversation she had with the actor.

According to MzGee, the audio was leaked by someone from the office of the Vice president because she confided in the person to see how best they could lend a helping hand to T.T

“I sent the voice, not to someone in the office of the vice president in order to get help for T.T, and days after I sent the voice note, I hear the voice note being played on radio stations, how?” MzGee questioned expressing shock.

“I only sent it to the confidante in the office of the vice president and he also said he did not leak the voice note so who leaked the voice note?” she questioned.

Ghanaian musician Kuami Eugene installed Tepa Mmrantehene; Video drops

Eugene Kwame Marfo, who goes by the stage name Kuami Eugene has been installed ‘Mmrantehene’ at Tepa in the Ashanti Region.

The enstoolment took place at Tepa during a special concert held in the town.

The Reigning VGMA Artiste of the Year, Kuami Eugene, was honoured by the Omanhene of the Tepa Traditional Area, Nana Adusei Atwenewa Ampem.

As part of the traditional rites, the singer was bedecked in traditional chief’’ costume by the Omanhene and afterwards given the title, “Mmmratehene,” meaning ‘youth chief.”

Wearing a beautiful traditional cloth, Kuami Eugene looked absolutely beautiful and a true reflection of an African.

Addressing the crowd, The Rock Star thank the Omanhene of the Tepa Traditional Area, chiefs and the elders for the great honor.

WATCH A VIDEO OF THE MOMENT KUAMI EUGENE WAS HONORED WITH THE NEW TITLE

@kuamieugene named Youth Chief (Mmrante Hene) of Tepa ? #Boombuzzghpic.twitter.com/czNbBzhLRB— Boombuzz Ghana (@Boo

When will public basic schools reopen? – Apaak demands clarity from GES

A Deputy Ranking Member on the Education Select Committee of Parliament, Dr Clement Apaak has wondered when public basic schools will reopen.

A Deputy Ranking Member on the Education Select Committee of Parliament, Dr Clement Apaak has wondered when public basic schools will reopen.

Read Dr Apaak’s full comments below:

1. We don’t know exactly when public basic schools will reopen.

2. Today, January 10, 2022, private basic schools have reopened.

3. When will public basic schools reopen? We need to know.

4. 44,000 teachers out of 284,000 Basic school teachers left the teaching profession in 2021 alone.

5. This is 15%, the highest in 20 years.

6. Why did they walk away from the classroom; and how soon will they be replaced?

3. Capitation Grant is in arrears for four tranches (2 each for 2019/2020 & 2020/2021 academic years).

And because of this, heads borrowed in order to keep the schools running because that’s the only source of income for Basic schools.

When will the arrears be paid?

4. No textbooks in our public basic schools two years after the implementation of the new standards-based, yet we claim to be implementing a standards-based curriculum?

These are just a few of the issues that need the immediate attention of the government and the President.

The immediate issues affecting secondary and tertiary education will also be highlighted in due time.

Source; mynews gh

When will public basic schools reopen? – Apaak demands clarity from GES

A Deputy Ranking Member on the Education Select Committee of Parliament, Dr Clement Apaak has wondered when public basic schools will reopen.

A Deputy Ranking Member on the Education Select Committee of Parliament, Dr Clement Apaak has wondered when public basic schools will reopen.

Read Dr Apaak’s full comments below:

1. We don’t know exactly when public basic schools will reopen.

2. Today, January 10, 2022, private basic schools have reopened.

3. When will public basic schools reopen? We need to know.

4. 44,000 teachers out of 284,000 Basic school teachers left the teaching profession in 2021 alone.

5. This is 15%, the highest in 20 years.

6. Why did they walk away from the classroom; and how soon will they be replaced?

3. Capitation Grant is in arrears for four tranches (2 each for 2019/2020 & 2020/2021 academic years).

And because of this, heads borrowed in order to keep the schools running because that’s the only source of income for Basic schools.

When will the arrears be paid?

4. No textbooks in our public basic schools two years after the implementation of the new standards-based, yet we claim to be implementing a standards-based curriculum?

These are just a few of the issues that need the immediate attention of the government and the President.

The immediate issues affecting secondary and tertiary education will also be highlighted in due time.

Source; mynews gh

White Money Picks Up Stacks Of Cash Sprayed On Him (Watch)

Apparently taking a cue from Portable and Poco Lee’s infamous drama, White Money at a recent event refused to give any little chance to the wads of money people sprayed on him.

The Big Brother Naija season 6 winner whose real name is Hazel Onou took it upon himself to pick up the money raining on when he attended a party and showed off his dancing skills.

White Money who had his song Selense played at the party and drifted into a well-calculated dance routine, and to cap it all, he bent down to retrieve the money the overly impressed party revelers sprayed on him.

Watch the video below;

White Money in a recent interview said boldly that he’s aiming for prestigious international awards like MTV, Grammys.

The light-skinned reality star made this known in response to those mocking him for pursuing a music career with the release of his new song, Selense. His loyal have advised him to do anything he wants with his life but not music but he offered an interesting response to the narrative.

In his opinion, he’s would soon be one of the torchbearers of music in the country and scoop international awards such as MTV and the ‘almighty’ Grammys so he’s not backing down from the new path he has charted.

Watch his interview session captured by BBNaijanews;

Ogidi Brown begins the new year with a tear rubber car – Flaunts it on the internet (Photos)

Ghanaian musician and artiste manager, Ogidi Brown, has begun the new year with a big boy purchase.

The musician has taken to his various social media pages to flaunt his newly acquired 4×4 black Honda Civic.

In these photos, the musician was sitting in front of the expensive car while smiling to be captured on the camera.

Although, Ogidi Brown said nothing about the car in the caption he attached to the photo but we all know he indirectly wants us to know about his most-recent commendable and flamboyant purchase.

Check out the photos below to know more…