- Photos of a newly-invented hairstyle have caught the admiration of social media users
- The creative hairstyle was made up of flat circular weaves that appear packed on one another
- YEN.com.gh gathers pictures showing the hairdresser's finishing touches as well as the final 'product'
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Stunning pictures of a never-seen-before hairstyle have caused a massive stir on social media as many people have been stunned by the creativity.
YEN.com.gh sighted the pictures on the official social media handle of Facts and Truths in where it was indicated that the hairstyle had caught the admiration of all.
The hair was made up of flat circular weaves that appear packed on one another as though they were simply put there and could be removed loosely.
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In some of the pictures, the stylish hairdresser responsible for the creativity was spotted as she made finishing touches to the breathtaking hairstyle.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian long and triple jumper, Deborah Acquah, has set a new indoor triple jump national record with a 13.77m jump at the Charlie Thomas Invitational meet in College Station, Texas.
According to a news report gathered by Citisportsonline.com, the 23-year-old lady who was born in 1996 broke the standing record of one Nadia Eke which was set on January 14, 2017.
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Reports indicate that the groundbreaking feat has been chalked just 17 days after the African Games silver medallist in the long jump broke the indoor national record in the long jump with a 6.57m mark at the Ted Nelson Invitational in Texas.
In other news, Kafui Akua Dansoa Akatu, a 57-year-old retired Ghanaian fire service officer has narrated how her daily life is still affected by an accident she suffered on the Suhum road 27 years ago.
In an interview with JoyNews, Kafui narrates that 22 lives were lost in the disastrous accident that occurred in 1993 and she, a survivor, had to spend an entire year at the Korle Bu Hospital before getting discharged.
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It is indicated that the accident was so infamous, it was named the Suhum 22 afterwards. From the moment of the accident to this day, Kafui describes that life has not been the same.
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