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“They Deserve It” – President Mahama Rejects Montie 3 Petition”

His excellency John Dramani Mahama, the leader of the ruling NDC party has turned down request by his party members to pardon the jailed Montie 3 journalist ans panel members. According to John Mahama, the three media employees deserve their sentence and should be given the chance to serve the 4-month jail term. “Since you are coming out before elections, …

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Gifty Osei Quits Gospel For Dancehall Music | She Confirms

Ghanaian gospel music star, Gifty Osei a.k.a Empress 1 has finally revealed that she has quit gospel music and has now turned into dancehall music. She revealed this in an exclusive interview with Joy FM on Saturday morning and added that, the kind of lifestyle she wants to live by does not match the songs she make. “I want to live …

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BREAKING: Montie 3 Freed As They Are Sighted at Golden Tulip

Ghanaians are living with the thoughts that Montie 3 are enjoying a four-Month jail term in prison while section of the citizens are fighting for their release, they are already out enjoying themselves at the Golden Tulip Hotel. According sources, Montie 3 have been in the hotel for more than a day and they were only spotted on Sunday. A …

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Akua Donkor: Mahama Forced Me To Sign Montie 3 Petition

One of the strongest female presidential candidates Akua Donkor who was part of the first batch of people to sign a petition calling for the release of Montie 3 has revealed that she was forced by Mahama to sign. Akua Donkor made this revelation after Rawlings fired shots at all signers of the petition when he suggested that they should …

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Lawyers for the host of Montie FM’s ‘Pampaso’ political show, Salifu Maase, alias Mugabe, and two panelists, Alistair Nelson, and Godwin Ako Gunn who were handed a four-month prison sentence say they will petition President Mahama over their clients’ custodial sentence. The three were sentenced on Wednesday by the Supreme Court for threatening the lives of judges on a live …

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