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Kobe Bryant wife kicks mother out of his house after his death

Sofia Lane, the mother of Vanessa Bryant has revealed that she got kicked out by her daughter from the house of late NBA star, Kobe Bryant.

She made this known in an interview she granted months after Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, died in a helicopter crash.

Emmy Awards 2020: The full list of winners

The 72nd Emmy Awards took place digitally for the first time, on Sunday September 20, without an audience due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The ceremony was hosted virtually by Jimmy Kimmel onstage at downtown L.A.’s Staples Center.  Canadian sitcom Schitt’s Creek was the night’s big winner, as they took every comedy trophy, including lead actress, lead actor, best supporting actor and actress, best writing (episodic) and best direction, and best overall comedy.

Best actor in a drama went to Succession star Jeremy Strong, while Euphoria star Zendaya became the youngest winner in the drama actress category at age 24, topping Jodie Comer, who was 26 when she won last year for Killing Eve.

Regina King and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II took home acting awards for Outstanding Lead Actress and Outstanding Supporting Actor, respectively. Uzo Aduba won supporting actress for her work on Mrs. America and Mark Ruffalo took home lead actor for HBO’s I Know This Much Is True.

The biggest award of the night, b…

Bright Philip Donkor writes: Okada legalization: disaster for the country

The flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) ignited the conversation of Okada legalization after he promised to regularise it if he wins power in December. It has now become a serious public discussion.

As usual, the noise surrounding this is almost strictly on party lines, without taken cognizance of the most important aspects of the evolution of our dear nation, its infrastructure, effective utilization of resources, risk to the operators, pillion riders, and pedestrians as a whole.

However, the assurance by the presidential candidate has generated a lot of excitement among thousands of Okada riders in Ghana with a huge number of them publicly stating that they'll vote for NDC come December 7 general elections. The thumb and right to vote are theirs.

Don't you think creating a more secured job and lifelong opportunities for the people especially the youth is what is needed now? The number of these riders who have died and others who had had their limbs amputated…

President Akufo-Addo’s Sterling Leadership Saved Us From Covid Disaster - VP Bawumia

Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has attributed Ghana’s success story so far in the fight against the Covid 19 pandemic to the sterling leadership of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

While commending all the agencies, departments and organisations that have collaborated in the fight at an appraisal meeting for members of the National Security Operation Covid Safety Taskforce in Accra on Friday, September 18, 2020, Dr Bawumia said the President’s clear, marching orders to members of government, including the Economic Management Team, have been to do whatever it takes to save lives.

This firm, focused leadership, Vice President Bawumia maintained, has been the catalyst for all decisions taken in the fight against Covid 19 so far, and has saved the country from possible disaster.

“I highly commend all the agencies, departments and bodies that have worked together in this Covid 19 pandemic to ensure that we have kept it under reasonable control. We can all be proud of ourselves. But…