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Photos of a Ugandan billionaire businessman's over 30 children at his funeral leaves people in shock

Ugandan billionaire educationist and founder of St Lawrence schools, Prof Lawrence Mukiibi was laid to rest on Friday, June 1st in his ancestral home at Katenden. He died at the age of 71.

However, one small event left mourners and Ugandans in shock...the number of his children, whom he had outside wedlock as he had no official wife.

Mayweather's visit is an opportunity to market Ghana - organisers

Upscale Entertainment, organisers of Floyd Mayweather's tour of Ghana have urged corporate bodies to seize the opportunity to market investment opportunities in the country during the two-day visit of the undefeated American boxing icon on June 15-16.
According to the CEO of Upscale Entertainment, Roni Yeboah, Mayweather's "Undefeated Tour" provides Ghana with a unique window to market itself as an investment and tourism destination to over 10 million people across the world.

Captain Mahama's Lynching Killer Weapons Revealed

According to Daily Guide, Investigators working on the death of Major Maxwell Adam Mahama, who was lynched by a mob at Denkyira-Obuasi in the Upper Denkyira West District of the Central Region, have retrieved lethal objects used to kill the soldier.
The death of the army captain (who was on Monday posthumously promoted to the rank of Major by President Akufo-Addo), has sparked national outrage and over 40 suspects have been arrested so far, awaiting trial.

Pregnant Serena Williams Does a Rain Dance in a Cute Gingham Dress

Pregnancy is not slowing Serena Williams down — and neither is the gloomy weather. On Tuesday, the tennis superstar posted a video on Instagram in which she’s showing off fly fashion, fancy footwork, and her growing baby bump.

How disgusting! man poops himself at a subway station and stylishly lets it drop from the leg of his pants (video)

A grown man pooped on himself while at a subway station and was able to let the lump of stool drop on the floor and walk away without attracting attention.

The footage, captured on the morning of June 6 shows the man walking across the floor of the station, his hand grabbing his butt, he then walked over to the automatic ticket machine and moves around a bit, acting all nervous.

FIN Founder Lola Omolola Meets Mark Zuckerberg, to Attend Facebook Communities Summit

FacebookfounderMark Zuckerberg who has been meeting with different group admins that created meaningful communities on the platform, met with the Chicago-based Nigerian, Lola Omolola who founded the popular group Female In Nigeria (FIN).
The secret Facebook group which has over one million members (FINsters) is a platform where Nigerian females are allowed to be themselves without shame. It is a group for women to discuss everything; from marriage to career to sex and health issues amongst others.

Abraham Attah earns award after ending first school year with a 4.0 GPA score

Abraham Attah appears to be on clever young chap, he earned a 4.0 GPA score at the end of his first school year in the United States, and was presented with the Scholastic Improvement Award for his achievement.
Director Zoey Martinson, who worked with the young actor on the award-winning war drama, ‘Beasts of No Nation’,  shared the great news on Instagram saying: “So proud of this little nugget. Starting school in the USA for the first time and by the end of the year making honors and getting a 4.0!!! #SoProud#TheHam

Barack Obama pictured enjoying a meal with Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau in Montreal

Former US President, Barack Obama was pictured having a meal with Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau in Montreal, Canada.

Ghanaian-American Bozoma Saint John is Joining Uber as Chief Brand Officer

Ghanaian-American Bozoma Saint John is making major boss moves and we’re loving it.
Bozoma, who was at the top of Billboard’s list of 100 most powerful Women in Music in 2016, has left Apple Music to join Uber as its Chief Brand Officer.
The announcement was made via her social media pages on Tuesday.

Actor, John Dumelo pays condolence visit to family of slain Ghanaian soldier Major Mahama

The award-winning actor this morning paid a condolence visit to the family of late Major Maxwell Adam Mahama, who was lynched by a mob at Denkyira Obuasi in the Central Region last Monday.

John Dumelo described Mahama as 'Ghana's hero and urged the general public to disengage themselves from lynching people.

Luna's First Pitch! John Legend and Chrissy Teigen's Daughter Might Have a Future with the Seattle Mariners

John Legendand Chrissy Teigen might be raising a little baseball star!
Their daughter Luna threw the first pitch at Safeco Field before the Seattle Mariners and Minnesota Twins game on Tuesday.

Philippines bank BPI hit by glitch which debited accounts

The Bank of the Philippines Islands (BPI) says a major system glitch led to customers being hit by unauthorised money withdrawals and deposits.
The problematic transactions reached up to thousands of pesos. Some users claimed on social media that their accounts had even gone into the red.

Chief Justice ‘grateful for support’ as she spends last day in office

A Praise and Thanksgiving Service has been held in honour of Chief Justice, Georgina Wood, on Tuesday evening as she leaves office Thursday.

Sheretires from office after 47 years of public service, part of which includes nine years as Chief Justice.

Judicial Service Secretary, Justice Alex Poku-Acheampong, at the Thanksgiving Service expressed gratitude to all Judges for their support to outgoing Chief Justice.

Finance Minister appears before Parliament today over $2.2bn

The Finance Minister, Mr Ken Ofori-Attah will meet Members of Parliament on Wednesday over the $2.25 billion bond issue, reports Graphic Business’ Emmanuel Bruce from Parliament House.
The meeting will be in line with an earlier Order by the Speaker of Parliament, following a request by the Minority for the Minister to appear and respond to their concerns on the loans, raised from the sale of two bonds and a tap in into two others.

Free SHS not a political gimmick – Akufo-Addo

President Akufo-Addo has said his flagship educational policy -Free SHS –  is not a political gimmick.
According to him,  education and skills training are the most important source of empowering and providing opportunities to the youth to help drive Ghana’s development, and in the process create jobs.
He said  countries that have done well, even without natural resources, are the countries that have invested in education and skills training, and it is for this reason that his government has found and committed resources to begin the Free Senior High School policy in September, 2017.

Olympian Sanya Richards-Ross Reveals She Had an Abortion Before the 2008 Olympics

Five-time Olympic medalist Sanya Richards-Ross reveals in a new memoir that she had an abortion just weeks before the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
Sanya dropped the news in her new book, ‘Chasing Grace: What the Quarter Mile Has Taught Me About God and Life’ saying she and her husband, Aaron Ross made the decision together during a phone call.

Kevin Hart Opens Up About Repairing His Relationship With His Father: 'I Don't Have Time to Be Angry'

Kevin Hart has made peace with his father. 
The 37-year-old comedian -- who often talks about his complicated relationship with his dad, Henry Witherspoon, in his stand-up routines -- opened up about where they stand now during his appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Monday. Hart talked about his healthy relationship with his own kids, and how his father shaped how he is as a parent.

Hon. Catherine Afeku, Reggie N Bollie, Nduom, Wiyaala & Others Attend 2017 GUBA AWARDS

The virtue of consistency was manifested at the GUBA Awards 2017 which took place on Saturday the 3rd of June 2017, at the Intercontinental Hotel, o2, London.  The biennial award in its sixth year, paid tribute to an array of trailblazers from various industries.

Qatar row: Trump urges Arab unity in call to Saudi Arabia's King Salman

US President Donald Trump has called the king of Saudi Arabia to urge Gulf unity amid an escalating dispute over Qatar's alleged support for militants.
Earlier, he said the Saudis' move to isolate Qatar could mark the "beginning of the end to the horror of terrorism".

Photos : See What Skin Water Therapy Did To Super Model Victoria Michaels Skin

Super Model Victoria Michaels never stops to amaze us all with her ever radiating look.

She was recently captured in this photo shoot displaying her natural capacity to always hold it in front of the camera.

Vodafone Upgrades Welcome Offer For Customers

Vodafone Ghana has enhanced its Welcome Offer to new customers in what is seen as the industry’s most affordable package yet. The offer provides unparalleled value for new mobile prepaid customers on its network and is part of the company’s strategy to enable customers connect to their friends and loved ones at an unbeatable value.

Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari is 'recuperating fast'

Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari is "recuperating fast" from his illness, his wife Aisha Buhari has said. 
She made the comments after a trip to London, where her husband is being treated for an unspecified illness.
Mr Buhari, 74, left for London nearly a month ago - his second trip to the UK for treatment this year.

Ariana Grande and her crew get a tattoo of Manchester bee after her One Love concert as a tribute to the city

Ariana Grande and the crew of her Dangerous Woman Tour have gotten tattoos of Manchester bees to serve as permanent reminders of their time in Manchester. The bee is a symbol of Manchester city.

After the One Love Manchester concert, artists from Manchester Ink, joined Ariana and her tour crew backstage to ink the body art on their skin.

Nigerian woman, 5 Ghanaian men survive as over 40 EU-bound migrants including babies die of thirst in Sahara desert

At least 44 West African migrants, died of thirst in northern Niger when their vehicle broke down during an attempt to reach Europe via Libya, last week.

Nigerien officials said babies and women were among the 44 migrants found dead. Details about the tragic incident were provided by six survivors who walked to a remote village where they said those they were travelling with, mostly from Ghana and Nigeria died of thirst.