- MP for Mfantseman says it is difficult working in Parliament
- Ophelia Mensah Hayford says lobbying for projects has been tough
- Constituents are being urged to remain measured with their demands
A legislator representing the Mfantseman Constituency, Ophelia Mensah Hayford, says it is a difficult task to be a member of parliament.
According to Ophelia Mensah Hayford, the thought of lobbying for projects and development is very draining.
“When you get to Parliament you will see that lobbying for projects is tough, not an easy task,” she stated.
To this end, she has entreated her constituenty to be patient with MPs as their job is mostly difficult against what they ever thought.
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The Eastern Region Police has arrested two persons in connection to the trafficking of human parts.
The suspects, Awatey David Okra, 22, a driver and Amenuvor Nicholas, 20, were arrested by residents of Kwamekyere, a community in the Ayensuano District upon a tip off.
The police says it all happened when a search was done of their luggage which turned out to contain suspected human bones.
“The suite case with the bones, the pot containing the skull, and the pan with its contents were retained for evidential purposes whilst the two suspects are detained for further investigation,” police spokesperson for the region Francis Gomado told Accra-based Starr FM.
Spiritualist, Kwaku Bonsam, has raised concern about the money-doubling cases in Ghana warning the general public against fake money ritualists on social media.
Speaking on Joy FM, Kweku Bonsam revealed that most ritualists who engage in such things are fraudsters who play on the minds of gullible victims.
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