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Saturday, 8 July 2017

Romelu Lukaku: Everton striker arrested last week in Los Angeles after noise complaint

Everton striker Romelu Lukaku was arrested in Los Angeles last week following a noise complaint - and is due to appear in court on 2 October.

Lukaku, who is set to have a medical at Manchester United before a £75m move, was given a "misdemeanour citation" after officers responded to five other noise complaints at the same location.

A Beverly Hills police statement said Lukaku was released at the scene following the incident on 2 July.

‘True Blood’ Star Nelsan Ellis Dies at 39

Nelsan Ellis — famous for his role as Lafayette Reynolds on HBO’s “True Blood” — has passed away at age 39, Variety can confirm.

The actor died after complications from heart failure.

Ivanka Trump takes Donald Trump seat at G20 leaders' table

Ms Trump accompanied her father to earlier sessions before sitting in for him later
In an unusual move Ivanka Trump briefly took her father Donald's seat at a summit of world leaders on Saturday.

The US president had stepped away for a meeting with the Indonesian leader during the G20 meeting.

Ms Trump is an adviser to her father, but a leader's absence is usually covered by high-ranking officials.

Asamoah Gyan honoured with doctorate degree from Ukranian University

Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, on Saturday,  July 8, 2017, was honoured by the Alfred Noble University in Ukraine for his achievements in football.

The 31-year-old has had an illustrious campaign with Ghana since making his debut in 2003. He has netted 50 goals to become the team's all-time top scorer and the fifth African player to achieve that feat.

Ghanaian Actress and model, Christabel Ekeh Goes Naked On Instagram

Actress and model Christabel Ekeh who has been off the screens for a while has released some totally naked pictures she posted on her instagram page yesterday night.

However, a post by Christabel Ekeh got everyone shocked and surprised as she shared a naked/nude pictures of herself on her Instagram page.

Kenya: Nine beheaded in suspected al-Shabab attack

Suspected al-Shabab fighters beheaded nine men in an overnight assault on a village in the Kenyan coastal district of Lamu, police said, days after the armed group killed three police officers in an attack on a nearby village.

A witness, who asked not to be named, confirmed the death toll to Reuters news agency.

DStv Highlights : Food, Crime, Speed And More !!!

Check out some highlights to expect on DStv this weekend and beyond!!

 

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Rev Run’s Sunday Suppers Sunday’s at 7pm 

Rev Run, of Run-D.M.C. fame, and his wife Justine know Sunday supper is about family, good friends and great food. With four of their six children now out of the house, the duo has discovered the best way to gather the whole gang together is with truly show-stopping cuisine. 

President Akufo-Addo Swears In Police Council

Nana Akufo-Addo, on Thursday, July 6, 2017, swore into office the members of the Police Council, which is chaired by the Vice President of Republic, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.

According to President Akufo-Addo, he expects the council to give him “strong, independent advice in the maintenance of law and order in the country.”

President Akufo-Addo noted that the most important thing for a nation is the peace and safety of its people, and its territorial integrity.

A Night Of Great Conversation And Sisterhood

The Alliance of Women in Media Africa (AWMA) is partnering Anita Erskine Media to host Nigerian Publisher and Philanthropist, Betty Irabor to a night of great, insightful conversation over dinner at the African Regent Hotel in Accra on Saturday, 8th July 2017.

Betty is the Editor-In-Chief and Chief Executive Officer of Genevieve Magazine, a very successful and popular lifestyle magazine distributed beyond Africa. She is also a philanthropist, public speaker and champion for breast cancer awareness with her nonprofit known as Genevieve PinkBall Foundation.

26 houses collapse in flood; 100 displaced in Eastern Region

A devastating flood has submerged Ahiatroga – an Island community in the Kwahu Affram Plains South District of the Eastern region – leading to the collapse of about 26 houses, displacing close to 100 peasant farmers.

Most of the houses left behind are on the verge of collapse as the floods have soaked the base making it unsafe to occupy. The displaced residents mostly women and children are currently putting up in a church building and a classroom.

50 Cent made Eminem want to quit

Game recognizes game, and Eminem digs 50 Cent's. Slim Shady paid tribute to his fellow rapper on Thursday with some lyrical love, rapping some of 50 Cent's song "Places To Go" from the "8 Mile" soundtrack.

"Yo, Fif, first off, I wanna say happy birthday," Eminem said in a video posted on Instagram. "Secondly, I want to remind you of a verse you did that made me want to quit rapping."

Venus Williams 'drove lawfully' in fatal car crash in Florida

Footage has emerged showing that US tennis star Venus Williams was driving lawfully during a car crash that led to the death of a 78-year-old, police say.

Surveillance video obtained by Palm Beach Gardens police in Florida shows Ms Williams' vehicle entering an intersection on a green traffic signal.

An earlier police report had said Ms Williams was at fault and "violated the right of way of [the other driver]".

Romelu Lukaku: Man Utd agree fee with Everton, striker set to have medical

Romelu Lukaku is set to have a medical with Manchester United after they agreed to pay Everton an initial £75m for the Belgium international.

The deal for the 24-year-old striker is also believed to include £15m in add-ons.

United said they were "delighted" to agree a deal, and the move was "subject to a medical and personal terms".

Chelsea had matched the Red Devils' bid, but appear set to miss out on re-signing their former player.

Venezuela Catholic Church: Maduro turning country into dictatorship

Venezuela's Roman Catholic Church has criticised President Nicolás Maduro's decision to have the constitution rewritten.

The head of the Venezuelan Episcopal Conference, Diego Padrón, said the reforms would turn the country into a "military dictatorship". 

US and Russia agree new Syria ceasefire deal

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Donald Trump have agreed on a ceasefire deal covering southwestern Syria, during talks at the G20 summit, officials from both countries said.

The deal was reached during the two leaders' meeting in Hamburg on Friday on the sidelines of the G20 summit of industrialised and developing nations.

In comments carried by Russia's state-run TASS news agency, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the truce would come into effect at midday Damascus time (09:00 GMT) on Sunday. 

Malala Yousafzai joins Twitter, Vows to continue “fighting for girls”

19-year old Girls Education activist and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Malala Yousafzai has joined Twitter on Friday.

The activist, who survived a gunshot to the head by a Taliban gunman while fighting for girls’ rights to education in Pakistan, said she will continue to fight for girls’ rights.

Photographer Sues Kylie & Kendall Jenner Over T-Shirts Using His Tupac Photos

Los Angeles-based photographer Michael Miller has filed a lawsuit against Kylie and Kendall Jenner for copyright infringement over the use of his photos of the late Tupac Shakur on T-shirts sold under their Kendall + Kylie brand, according to court documents obtained online.

22-year-old Ghanaian farmer whose wife gave birth to quadruplets is contemplating suicide

A 22-year-old farmer, Amadu Razak and his wife from Bodada in the Jasikan District of the Volta region, Ghana have welcomed a set of quadruplets.

19-year-old Amina Razak was successfully delivered of the babies, all girls, through caesarean section by a medical team led by Dr Micah Duke Boye at the Worawora Government Hospital.

However, father of the quadruplets said that it would be difficult for him to cater for the children as he does not have a stable job.

Use a condom, oral sex is producing unstoppable bacteria - WHO warns

The World Health Organization has warned the public to cultivate the use of condoms during sex as it's becoming dangerous for those who take part in oral sex.

It warns that if someone contracts gonorrhea through oral sex, it's now much harder to treat, and in some cases impossible.

Experts say the situation was “fairly grim” with few new drugs on the horizon as the sexually transmitted infection is rapidly developing resistance to antibiotics.

French prosecutor wants the son of Equatorial Guinea's President jailed for embezzling $115m from his country

A French public prosecutor on Wednesday asked a court to sentence the son of Equatorial Guinea's president to three years in jail on charges of embezzling $115 million from his country to buy Parisian luxury properties and exotic cars.

Teodorin Obiang, who's the Vice President of Equatorial Guinea and the eldest son of President Teodoro Obiang denied the charges of laundering embezzled public funds. He is being tried in absentia.