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Breaking: Shatta Wale with Nima guys beats road contractor allegedly, Video – ghanapublisher.com

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The self acclaimed Dance Hall King in Ghana, Charlse Nii Armah Mensah popularly known in the entertainment industry as Shatta Wale has allegedly organized some Nima boys to beat a road contractor.

In a viral video, a narrator who recorded the incident said the musician got to the exact place where the road construction was ongoing and was prevented from plying the road because is under construction and can not be used, he want and later came with the Nima Boys to cause distraction at the construction side.

Some Ghanaians are saying Shatta Wale planned it because he has not been in the news after returning from America and this is the only thing he can do to seek attention from Ghanaians .

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D-Black’s night club disconnected by ECG for power theft – ghanapublisher.com

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Oasis Pool and Shisha Lounge in Accra has been cut off from the national grid for power theft.

The night club, which is said to be owned by popular hiplife musician D-Black, is located at Cantonments behind the police headquarters in Accra.

Operators were caught red handed by the National Taskforce of the Electricity Company of Ghana for bypassing the meter to use electricity.

The Taskforce visited the premises of the lounge, where it uncovered the illegality, which is alleged to have taken place for a long time.

The ECG has since served notice to the managers of the facility to report at their office for further interrogation.

A number of public and private institutions have been caught over the past five weeks ever since the power distributor declared war on debtors and illegal connections.

When Citi News visited the facility, it was observed that the lounge depends heavily on power to sustain its operations.

They use sound systems, refrigerators, and other electrical gadgets.

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D-Black’s night club disconnected by ECG for power theft – ghanapublisher.com

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Oasis Pool and Shisha Lounge in Accra has been cut off from the national grid for power theft.

The night club, which is said to be owned by popular hiplife musician D-Black, is located at Cantonments behind the police headquarters in Accra.

 

Operators were caught red handed by the National Taskforce of the Electricity Company of Ghana for bypassing the meter to use electricity.

The Taskforce visited the premises of the lounge, where it uncovered the illegality, which is alleged to have taken place for a long time.

The ECG has since served notice to the managers of the facility to report at their office for further interrogation.

A number of public and private institutions have been caught over the past five weeks ever since the power distributor declared war on debtors and illegal connections.

When Citi News visited the facility, it was observed that the lounge depends heavily on power to sustain its operations.

They use sound systems, refrigerators, and other electrical gadgets.

Credit: CitiNews.com

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Stonebwoy grabs hot ambassadorial deal with a top world cryptocurrency company – ghanapublisher.com

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Ghanaian Dance hall artist Livingstone Etse Satekla, better known by his stage name Stonebwoy has grab an ambassadorial deal with a world top crypto currency company called Yellow Card.

The company own by a United States Atlanta Georgia citizen Chris Maurice is a Pan-African cryptocurrency exchange that operates in 14 African countries including Ghana.

In an exciting moment, Stonebwouy took to his social media pages to announce to his followers his new deal and advocate the use of Yellow Card App to buy and sell Bitcoin and other crypto currencies in Ghana.

Stay tune as we bring you the details of the ambassadorial contract on this portal.

Source: www.ghanapublisher.com

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