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Ama Diana, the ‘Egyptian Borga’ cursed by her sponsored boyfriend, has died

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Ama Diana, the 'Egyptian Borga' cursed by her sponsored boyfriend, has died

GHBase.Com recently reported a sad story about a lady named Ama Diana who appeared on Aunty Naa’s “Oyerepe Afotuo” show on Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM.
According to Ama Diana in the interview with Aunty Naa, she travelled to Egypt from Ghana in 2017 with the assistance of her baby daddy, Samuel Twumasi Darko.

Diana claimed that due to the demands of her job, she could barely find time for her boyfriend, which strained their relationship because the man was unhappy about their inability to communicate on a regular basis.

She claimed that her baby daddy began putting financial pressure on her and became increasingly domineering.

Diana stated that this man, Samuel Twumasi Darko, began inquiring about the types of men she interacted with, which led to a disagreement.

“Not every Arab will allow you to use a phone in their home if you are not finished with your duties. But he was having none of it.

At one point, he wanted to snoop around my life, including a property I had purchased with his assistance. I sent him about GH2,700, but he was not forthcoming. I would have people call him, and he would enquire as to how I was able to travel.

“I got angry and asked for a breakup, which resulted in an exchange of words, and in the process, he told me I’d suffer,” she sadly recalled.

Diana claimed that in 2021, she noticed physical changes in her body and was forced to return to Ghana with the assistance of the Ghanaian community in Egypt.

“Three months into 2021, I noticed that my stomach was bloated. I had a scan, and the doctor told me I had a liver problem and that my womb was destroyed. After my return, I was admitted to several hospitals.

I had to sell the land I purchased to pay for my illness, and I am now completely broken. Everywhere I go, people tell me the boy has something to do with my condition.”

And, as of today, March 15, 2023, GHBase.Com can authoritatively confirm that Ama Diana under consideration died in her sorry state without receiving healing after battling the strange illness for years.

Source: Ghbase.com

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Ghanaian socialite Ama Governor finally called to the Bar

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However, the Registrar's notification indicated that the presence of one's name is not conclusive and final proof of enrolment. Ama has been in a year-long struggle with the General Legal Council (GLC) since a concerned citizen submitted a complaint in November 2022. This complaint claimed that she had engaged in behaviour that was "unbecoming of a bar applicant."

Barring unforeseen circumstances, Ghanaian celebrity Elorm Ababio, often known as Ama Governor, will be among the attorneys inducted into the Ghana Bar Association this year.

Ama Governor’s name appeared on a list of entrants signed by Yaw Oppong, the Director of the Ghana Law School.

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However, the Registrar’s notification indicated that the presence of one’s name is not conclusive and final proof of enrolment.

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Ama has been in a year-long struggle with the General Legal Council (GLC) since a concerned citizen submitted a complaint in November 2022.


This complaint claimed that she had engaged in behaviour that was “unbecoming of a bar applicant.”

As a consequence of this complaint, the GLC halted the process of summoning Ama to the bar.

She fiercely denied the claims of impropriety, claiming she had been treated unfairly throughout the affair.

In a surprising turn of events, the Ghana Bar Association (GBA) representative’s report to the General Legal Council at the 2022/2023 bar conference held in Cape Coast revealed that Ama Governor has been given the opportunity to complete the application process for her bar call, which is scheduled for the October/November 2023 sessions.

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Information Minister defends SSNIT’s investment in Rock City Hotel

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In the past, SSNIT effectively exited unprofitable ventures, allowing other shareholders to take control. According to the Information Minister, a Ghanaian entrepreneur with a successful track record in hospitality has indicated interest in acquiring SSNIT's stake in Rock City Hotel, which has over 800 rooms and employs many young people. The entrepreneur intends to build infrastructure, create more employment, and make substantial contributions to Ghana's economy, notably in the hotel industry, which is expected to rise to $5 million yearly. Despite satisfying regulations and going through a competitive procedure, others contend that the minister's involvement creates a conflict of interest.

Fatimatu Abubakar, Minister of Information, has shed light on Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) investments during a familiarisation trip at Multimedia Group Limited.

SSNIT, which was formed to offer pensions to participants, invests contributions to create cash for beneficiaries.

However, SSNIT’s venture into hospitality businesses, including hotels and guest homes, has created criticism.

In the past, SSNIT effectively exited unprofitable ventures, allowing other shareholders to take control.

According to the Information Minister, a Ghanaian entrepreneur with a successful track record in hospitality has indicated interest in acquiring SSNIT’s stake in Rock City Hotel, which has over 800 rooms and employs many young people.

The entrepreneur intends to build infrastructure, create more employment, and make substantial contributions to Ghana’s economy, notably in the hotel industry, which is expected to rise to $5 million yearly.

Despite satisfying regulations and going through a competitive procedure, others contend that the minister’s involvement creates a conflict of interest.

However, the entrepreneur was not a cabinet member when the procedure began. Politics should not deprive a talented Ghanaian of the opportunity to contribute to their country’s prosperity.

She also stated that Ghanaians should encourage local investment and assist talented individuals who can drive economic progress and generate jobs.

This allows us to encourage tourism, hospitality, and economic growth, which will help our country in the long run. Let us create a culture that promotes local investment and celebrates Ghanaian success stories.

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4-year-old manoeuvres father’s car and slams into an electric pole

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To satisfy his curiosity, the four-year-old manoeuvred the car, leading it to collide with an electrical pole. According to eyewitnesses, the vehicle collided with the pole head-on, mangled the whole front end of the automobile before coming to a stop. Concerned spectators raced to the scene to carefully remove the youngster from the automobile. Fortunately, the event did not result in any injuries to the youngster.

A four-year-old youngster barely avoided harm after driving his father’s automobile unaccompanied in Dunkwa-on-Offin in the Central area.

The event happened when the toddler was left alone in a black SUV with the plate number GS 8757-10.

The boy’s father allegedly parked on the shoulder of the road and walked out to attend to other business.

To satisfy his curiosity, the four-year-old manoeuvred the car, leading it to collide with an electrical pole.

According to eyewitnesses, the vehicle collided with the pole head-on, and mangled the whole front end of the automobile before coming to a stop.

Concerned spectators raced to the scene to carefully remove the youngster from the automobile.

Fortunately, the event did not result in any injuries to the youngster.

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