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Juliet Ibrahim breaks the internet; flaunts curvy body in ‘killer’ tight jeans in new photo


– Juliet Ibrahim has caused massive traffic in Ghana and Nigeria with her latest photo, The Ghanaian actress shared a photo flaunting her curvy body in new photo, Juliet is regarded as one of the best actresses in Ghana and Nigeria Popular Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim is just beautiful and nobody can raise an objection about that. Juliet has shared a beautiful photo of herself flaunting the good body features God has given to her. In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Juliet was seen wearing yellow top and a tight pair of jeans. 

Popular Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim is just beautiful and nobody can raise an objection about that. Juliet has shared a beautiful photo of herself flaunting the good body features God has given to her. In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Juliet was seen wearing yellow top and a tight pair of jeans.

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Dear Juliet, I’m proud of the mother in you. I love you superwoman! You are a phenomenal woman! . Pretty women wonder where my secret lies. I’m not cute or built to suit a fashion model’s size But when I start to tell them, They think I’m telling lies. I say, It’s in the reach of my arms, The span of my hips, The stride of my step, The curl of my lips. I’m a woman Phenomenally. Phenomenal woman, That’s me. I walk into a room Just as cool as you please, And to a man, The fellows stand or Fall down on their knees. Then they swarm around me, A hive of honey bees. I say, It’s the fire in my eyes, And the flash of my teeth, The swing in my waist, And the joy in my feet. I’m a woman Phenomenally. Phenomenal woman, That's me. Men themselves have wondered What they see in me. They try so much But they can’t touch My inner mystery. When I try to show them, They say they still can’t see. I say, It’s in the arch of my back, The sun of my smile, The ride of my breasts, The grace of my style. I’m a woman Phenomenally. Phenomenal woman, That’s me. Now you understand Just why my head’s not bowed. I don’t shout or jump about Or have to talk real loud. When you see me passing, It ought to make you proud. I say, It’s in the click of my heels, The bend of my hair, the palm of my hand, The need for my care. ’Cause I’m a woman Phenomenally. Phenomenal woman, That’s me. #HappyMothersday #AToastToLife

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The renowned actress complemented her beautiful looks with sunglasses. Joyful Juliet’s caption of the photo read, “AToastToLife is a deeply personal narrative of my triumph over adversity faced at different stages in my life and my journey to true self-love. I can’t wait to share it with you all. “

However, the photo shared by Juliet has taken over Instagram and her followers have extended their compliments to the award-winning actress.

@evablue2014 admired Juliet’s beauty: “You so pretty joo. No wonder my husband crushes on you.” @clifford_monzini_darko_stein hailed Juliet: “Great body, shape and beauty.” @comedian_mc_koko: “See person future wife ooh God is good.” @sir_chris_onyisi: “The beautiful woman are not yet born.. You are charming.” @dukedon112: “Will u just explain in one word, why u are dis beautiful.”

Police arrest 3 with human parts(PHOTOS)


Three persons caught with human parts at Abuom near Sankore in the Asunafo South District of the Ahafo Region have been arrested by the Kukuom Police.

Thirty-five-year-old Peter Foh, Yaw Yeridie, 31, and Berko Isaac, 30, were arrested on Sunday evening, the District Police Commander, DSP Lawrence Adomberi confirmed.

He said the suspects dug up a female grave at the Aboum Presbyterian Cemetery at about 11:pm on the fateful day they were arrested.

“We had information that two people were found with a box containing human parts and so they were arrested and sent to the Abuom Police Station but the people were trooping in to lynch them,” he said.

DSP Adomberi said he quickly asked his patrolmen to move in and rescue them so they were rescued and sent them to the police station.

Later on Monday, the police arranged with the suspect to arrest the one who sent them to pick up the body parts.

“He was also arrested and the three of them are now in custody pending investigations.

“My information is that the body parts were exhumed at Abuom Presbyterian Cemetery and for now we are told they are ritualists,” DSP Adomberi added.

DSP Adomberi assured that the suspects would be put before court soon as reported by the Daily Graphic.

Video: Okponglo road leading to Legon caves in


A section of a major road connecting East Legon to the N4 Highway has caved in, forcing officials to block one side of the road.

The site is Okponglo junction, around the free pass entry to the University of Ghana.

It is not clear as yet what caused it but the site has been cordoned by authorities.

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Details of how Sarkodie’s gateman sacked Joey B from entering his house revealed 


Ghana’s ‘Highest’ rapper Sarkodie has revealed that his colleague singer Joey B does not have it easy entering his house because of the gateman. In tweets seen by YEN.com.gh, Joey B was informing Sarkodie that he wanted to come to his house for them to shoot a video for a new song they have together. Sarkodie responded and said he was waiting for Joey B, however, he was already aware that his (Sarkodie’s) gateman always frustrated him from entering the house.

Joey B wrote: “im going to @sarkodie’s house today. if he has a lil time to shoot La Familia video today. i know he’s very busy, but i’ll try.”

Then Sarkodie responded: “For you … I always have the time … I de wait… You know he’s your only obstacle so small bribe be very necessary… See ya.”

Then again Joey replied: “thank you brother. buying cream crackers at shell for gate man. brb.” YEN.com.gh cannot say if indeed the gateman frustrates Joey B whenever he wanted to see Sarkodie, or the two are in for a hype. Meanwhile, Sarkodie has hinted that he has a new song coming up with Beyonce. This was after Shatta Wale’s collaboration with the world music icon went viral. Sarkodie is currently promoting a number of songs including Bleeding.

UEW saga: Former VC, dismissed staff chased out by Police (VIDEO)


A combined team of National Security operatives and Police personnel Tuesday afternoon chased out some dismissed staff of the University of Education, Winneba.

The dismissed staff who stormed the Council Chamber Tuesday, July 23, included the former Vice-Chancellor Professor Mawutor Avoke, the former Finance Officer Arkorlie, and Dr. Ofori Bekoe who had his review for reinstatement thrown out by the Cape Coast High Court on Monday and the Member of the Parliament for the Effutu constituency, Alexander Afenyo-Markin.

This occurred after Afenyo-Markin in the company of the five dismissed officials broke into the Council Chamber of the university in to reinstate the dismissed officials.

This action comes seven days ahead of the Cape Coast High Court ruling on a case filed by Afenyo-Markin challenging the legitimacy of the current Vice-Chancellor Rev. Afful-Broni.

The dismissed Vice Chancellor Mawutor Avoke and the five dismissed others are currently holding a press conference in the Council Chamber, according to Starr News’ Central regional correspondent, Kwaku Baah Acheamfour.

This comes few days after the University suspended its planned and publicized congregation for 2018/19 graduands indefinitely due to government’s failure to constitute a new governing council to supervise the ceremony following the expiration of the tenure of the existing one last month.

On Monday a Senior Staff of UEW also sued the university and its Vice-Chancellor, Anthony Afful-Broni.

Kingsley Amoakwah, an accountant by profession and Chairman of the Senior Staff Association Union is seeking an order restraining Afful-Broni from “holding himself out as the Vice-Chancellor or performing any such functions in that capacity at UEW.”

He is also seeking an order “restraining Afful-Broni from continuously interfering in the administration of Professor Mawutor Avoke, the legitimate Vice-Chancellor of UEW.”


The Winneba High Court in 2017 ordered Prof Avoke, to step aside until a case brought against him and the University’s Governing Council was determined.

The Governing Council subsequently dismissed Avoke and replaced him with Prof. Afful-Broni.

Lawyers for Prof. Avoke, in November 2018, wrote a letter to the school’s Governing Council directing it to prepare the office of their client to enable him to resume following his supposed exoneration by the Supreme Court.

The governing council, however, threw its support behind Prof. Afful-Broni despite accusations of victimization, injustice and other actions said to have brought the image of the university into disrepute.

Ministers not training ground for interns – Ursula

Communications Minister, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful

Ghana’s Communications Minister Ursula Owusu-Ekuful has said an intern or trainee journalist should not be sent to interview anyone or interact with senior officials without supervision.

Sanitation Minister Cecilia Dapaah recently told off an intern of Accra-based Adom FM, Rahinatu Abdul Bach on the phone when the Ghana Institute of Journalism student called her up for an interview.

The minister said the young lady’s request for an interview was disrespectful of her as a state official and her office as well because she was an intern.

“Who gave you the permission to call me to speak to me directly like that?” the Minister queried the Ghana Institute of Journalism student.

“You don’t respect…please go off”, she said as she dropped the call.

The intern had been directed by her editor, Mr Samuel Dowuona to get the ministry’s reaction to reports that some persons caught littering were ordered by either the police or ordinary citizens to clean the streets as punishment.

A group calling itself the Concerned Interns in Media (CIIM) have called on the minister to apologize.

Reacting to the development in support of her fellow minister of state, Mrs. Owusu-Ekuful said: “A minister is not the training ground for an intern.”

In a Facebook post, Mrs. Owusu-Ekuful said: “This chronic disrespect for political officeholders in Ghana is getting quite nauseating”, adding: “Try getting into the office of a minister anywhere in the world without an appointment and see if you’ll be allowed in”.

In Ghana, the Ablekuma West MP continued: “The minister will be roasted because they are public officers, so, should be at everyone’s beck and call. You can’t just pick up the phone and insist on an interview without prior arrangement and the media house must send the appropriately trained personnel to conduct the interview. An intern must be supervised by a superior when out on the field to ensure they acquire the right on-the-job skills. Even as a qualified lawyer doing my pupillage in Akufo-Addo, Prempeh & Co., I was supervised by a senior lawyer and never let loose on my own to deal with clients for fear of making mistakes that might cost the firm”.

“That’s how you learn (and you should never be so arrogant as to think graduation from school gives you all the skills you need to work). That’s what serious organizations who value their corporate reputation do. And they apologize when they step out of line instead of blaming those who insist on the right thing being done. An intern or trainee should not be sent to interview anyone or interact with senior officials without supervision.”

“A minister is not the training ground for an intern”, Mrs. Owusu-Ekuful stressed, noting: “You crawl before you stand and walk”.

“If you can’t invest resources in providing them with the proper practical skills, don’t take them in”, she suggested.

“And, yes, ministers and senior officials can and should insist that the right trained personnel who understand their job and know the implications of their actions alone should interact with them. There is nothing wrong with that. Thank you, Hon. Cecilia Abena Dapaah for calling the young intern out and reminding the media house which committed this faux pas of some basic tenets of their profession.”

“In these days of fake news and chronic misreporting, it is critical that we do not expose our public officials to ridicule just because some budding journalists want to make headlines.

“Maybe, we are no longer interested in accurate reportage and any soundbite or noise will do, but in the final analysis, quality work will always stand out and be rewarded. It pays to take time to learn well and acquire the right skills in any profession, including journalism. I salute Paul Ansah, Sefa Kayi Sakyi-Addo, Afenyi-Dadzie et al…”

Alex Mould, Awuah Darko others tipped to become Mahama’s running mate – Ephson

Former President, John Dramani Mahama
Former President, John Dramani Mahama

Former Chief Executive Officer of Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) Alex Mould and Kingsley Kwame Awuah-Darko, a former Managing Director of the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company (BOST) Limited have appeared on the fresh list of the popular pollster, Ben Ephson for John Mahama’s running mate.

Per the latest research conducted by Ephson, these two replaced senior figures, Kwesi Ahwoi and Kwesi Botchway in a long-list of candidates that was whittled down to just five in the last four months.

“The last list that we did in February featured Kwesi Botchway and Kwesi Ahwoi. Between now and then the two seems to have dropped from the list and they’ve been replaced by Alex Mould and Awuah Darko.” he told host Kweku Owusu Adjei on Anopa Kasapa on Kasapa 102.5 Fm.

The pendulum swings on five favourites in the latest polls conducted by Ephson, including Chief of Staff in the erstwhile Mahama administration, Julius Debrah, former Managing Director of the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company (BOST) Limited, and Kingsley Kwame Awuah-Darko, Former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) Alex Mould.

The rest are former Energy Minister, Kofi Armah Buah and Oppong-Fosu who are all from the Southern belt and Akans.

Ephson said the five would be cut to three to choose the overwhelming favourite who may have to satisfy the various stakeholders in the party, including the Council of Elders, Rawlings faction, the Mills faction and the various ethnic groups among others.

The clock is ticking and Mr. Mahama doesn’t have the luxury of time to choose his running mate and hit the ground running, Ephson said.

Meanwhile, General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress(NDC) Johnson Asiedu Nketia aka General Mosquito says he’ll gladly accept a Running Mate position if he’s nominated.

7 ‘wrowroho’ photos of the half-naked actress which have taken over the internet


Ghanaian Instagram model, Abena Serwaa Frimpong Manso, popularly known as Shugatiti, has taken advantage of social media to carve a niche for herself. Shugatiti is well known for stripping naked on social media and that has made her popular. She is now an actress due to her mind-blowing activities on social media.

Now, YEN.com.gh has gathered 7 irresistible photos of Shugatiti.

1. She dazzled her fans with this photo

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Throwback 😩❤️

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Tbt ❤️❤️ innocent me❤️

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Shugatiti starred in Tracey Boakye’s Baby Mama movie which was premiered on Saturday, July 20, 2019 in Kumasi. It must be noted that the Baby Mama is not Shugatiti’s first movie after going into acting. She shot one movie in 2018 with Lil Win and other called Fraud Game in which she stripped naked in front of cameras.

However, months after the nude part of the movie leaked on social media, the movie has still not been released. This may be apparently due to the public backlash that met the leaked excerpts from the movie.


I’ll not allow mass production of Lawyers – Chief Justice


The Chief Justice of the Republic of Ghana, Justice Sophia Akuffo, has signaled that as long as she supervises legal education in Ghana and the Judicial System, she will not allow the mass production of lawyers in the country.

According to her, the mass production of lawyers poses a great danger to the people of the country who would require the services of a good lawyer in their life time.

Addressing the Bench, Bar and Faculty Conference at the Labadi Beach Hotel on the theme “the Changing Landscape in the Law – the Judge, the Lawyer and the Academic”, the Chief Justice said any attempt to allow the production of lawyers without efficient control, checks and balances will be rejected irrespective of who is advocating for it.

In her address, the Chief Justice first noted that “those of us who have been to long on the General Legal Council, those of us who spent to long on the disciplinary committee, we have course to worry because the kind of misconduct are such that there is no way anybody envisaged these categories of misconduct when the legal profession act was been enacted in the 1960”.

Focusing on her concerns about legal education in Ghana, Justice Sophia Akuffo further states that “those of you lawyers and those of you lecturers who are busy advocating free scale, mass admissions, into the professional law course, and mass production of lawyers, be careful what you wish for”. She pointed out that “so long as I have anything to do with it, it won’t happen”. “Just like you can’t mass produce doctors and surgeons, Ghanaians must not have mass-produced lawyers imposed on them,” the Chief Justice said.

In her brief remarks, the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Gloria Akuffo noted that faculty begats the Bar and the Bar begats the Bench. It is therefore important that legal education in Ghana is given the attention it deserves.

“It is very important that we take a hard look at our legal education system in Ghana. The problems of our school of law and the emerging numbers of universities that offer degrees in law have become a matter of notoriety. Not only do we need a new structure, but we need to restructure the means of instruction” the Attorney General said.

President of the Ghana Bar Association, Anthony Forson pointed out in his brief remarks observed that the Bench, Bar and Faculty Conference which is primarily to foster healthy interactions between the three establishments has suffered some setbacks in recent years.

He, however, assured the attendees that going forward, the Chief Justice has agreed to make it a calendar item that will be fitted just after Easter every year.

Government releases GHC17m for Teshie road reconstruction


The government has released GH¢17 million for the construction of the seven-kilometre (km) Teshie link.

The Minister of Roads and Highways, Mr Kwesi Amoako-Atta, who made this known yesterday said the Ministry of Finance had already released the money to the contractor with a directive to him to complete the construction of the road in six months.

He stated this when he led a team from the ministry to inspect on-going work on some road projects in Accra, including the Teshie Link road, also known as the LEKMA road.

The road

The deplorable state of the 7.5-km Teshie road has been a subject of grave concern to many residents of the area and the public.

The road connects the Spintex Road to the Accra-Tema Beach road, but work on it had stalled since 2016.

Unfortunately, it is the only alternative route to residential areas around the Manet Estate, off the Spintex Road.

Residents and commuters alike have had cause to complain about the road, decrying the potholes which keep increasing in size and depth by the day.

During the tour of the road, it was observed that road construction equipment, including road rollers and caterpillars, had already been assembled on the stretch and part of it had already been tarred.


Mr Amoako-Atta assured residents that the government was more committed to completing work on that road, indicating that “we are willing to complete all roads in the country. The problem is that there are not enough resources to enable us to touch all roads at the same time. Due to this, we have to prioritise some of the critical roads in the country”.

“This LEKMA road has been one of the critical roads in the country, reason being that it is the road which leads to a referral hospital, which is the LEKMA Hospital. We are going to ensure serious works on this road, so that it can be completed within six months,” he added.

Other places visited

From the LEKMA road, the team went to Ashongman Estates to inspect ongoing work on a bridge in the area.

The minister instructed the contractor to ensure that work was completed before September this year.

“We are going to make sure we provide you with enough funds to enable you to finish within the given time frame,” he added.

The team also visited Agbogbloshie to inspect work on the dual carriageway which is yet to commence.


In a recent press briefing, the Minister of Information, Mr Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, stated that the government, in partnership with Messrs DSR Holdings Inc, a company based in Dubai, had selected a contractor to complete works on the Teshie link.

That followed an offer the company from the United Arab Emirates made to the Ministry of Roads and Highways to fund that road and other roads.

He said the company had indicated it would source for funds from the Development Bank of Belarus and the ECOWAS Bank for Investment and Development (EBID).

Mr Nkrumah added that a term sheet had already been forwarded by the Ministry of Roads and Highways to the Ministry of Finance and was yet to be subjected to Cabinet and parliamentary approval.

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