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Video: Ghanaian Lesbob BEGS Her Partner Not To Leave Her, Holds Her Feet And Cries Bitterly Saying She Can Give Her The Whole World PLUS More

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A Ghanaian lesbian has given netizens plenty to talk about early this morning after she went down on her knees crying bitterly and asking her partner not to leave her.

In a setting captured in the bedroom of the two lesbians whose identities we don’t have as of press time, the ‘male’ of the two ladies is seen in the video available to www.Glitzempire.com  begging the one not to leave because she can afford to give her the whole world.

She further reminded her of the recent car she bought for her which is a testament that she can do anything for her hence doesn’t understand why she’s quitting their relationship of 5-years.

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Apparently, the other lady said she was tired of doing p*ssy and want to get married to a man and turn her life around because she was tired of the affair which strictly is forbidden n the Ghanaian traditional setup.

The other one however one will have none of that as she burst into tears amidst saying, ‘I love you’ repeatedly. Watch the video below;

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“I am sweet but principled. I can’t tolerate nonsense” – Stonebwoy speaks on his temperament [Video]

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Stonebwoy says he is unable to tolerate nonsense although he has a very welcoming sweet personality.

According to him, he is high-tempered and he expresses it differently which has made many believe that he is uncouth or indiscipline.

In an exclusive interview with Paul Adom-Otchere on the Good Evening Ghana show on Metro TV, Stonebwoy, speaking on his temperament, said he is very principled and does not hesitate to reciprocate the same level of energy given to him whether good or bad.

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The ‘Putuu’ hitmaker has been in the news in recent times for all the bad reasons. Several reports have emerged from his quarters detailing his hot temper and how he visits it on anyone who steps on his foot.

From allegedly pulling a gun on Shatta Wale at the 2019 edition of the VGMA to the slapping of the manager of Sarkodie, Angeltown, a couple of weeks ago, has cast a slur on his image and has brought a huge indictment on his reputation.

In responding to the question on why he seems to be too harsh and hard, Stonebwoy had the following to say:

“It is absolutely wrong, I may not come out every day to debunk these things but those who have encountered me, know how sweet and principled I am as a man.

“The thing is we all have tempers. If you don’t have a temper, I think something is missing with your formation as a human being … but the way we communicate these tempers are different“.

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“Nonsense and rubbish are very difficult to deal with so I think it depends but I am not the slapper kind. I’ll address it first and foremost and I’ll get to get the best out of it. But I won’t sit here and say I am not the type who will say I will not defend myself if I have to.”

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We Rioted Because We Were Excluded In Voters Register – Western Togolanders

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Suspects who appeared at the Circuit Court 3, presided over by Susan Eduful after rioting in some parts of the Volta Region, have claimed that the removal of their names from the Electoral Commission’s voters register is what triggered their activities of rioting.

They claimed their rioting was to let the world know that they were been being ‘marginalized’ in the Volta Region by the government.

A suspect even said in court in Accra on Friday that it was a ‘NEC’ decision to engage in rioting to show the world they are being marginalized but could not say if the NEC was the same as the National Executive Council (NEC) of the NDC” Daily Guide reported.

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On September, 25, 2020, some members of the Volta separatists, the Homeland Study Group Foundation, (HSGF) blocked some major roads in the Volta Region of Ghana.

This according to them was part of their agitations for independence from Ghana after they declared independence for the territory they call ‘Western Togoland‘ on November 16, 2019.

The police in a message on social media urged commuters to and from Accra to Ho, Aveyime, Adidome, Mepe, Akuse, Sogakope and Aflao, to exercise caution as they were likely to experience traffic due to security operations within those areas.

Following this agitation, some persons have been arrested in connection with recent disturbances.

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Two batches of four and 13, made up of a chief and a reverend minister respectively, appeared in different circuit courts in Accra, and were taken into the custody of the BNI.

Some of the 13 accused persons that appeared before the Circuit Court 3 were the ones that claimed that the EC had deliberately removed their names from the register without giving any proof. They also made allegations of marginalization.

They were charged with three counts of attending a meeting of a prohibited organization (Western Togoland) contrary to Section 2 (1) (b) of Prohibited Organization Act 1976 (SMCD 20), participating in a campaign of a prohibited organization (Western Togoland) contrary to Section 2 (1) (d) of Prohibited Organization Act 1976 (SMCD 20), and rioting with weapons contrary to Section 199 of the Criminal and Other Offences Act 1960 (Act 29).

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