- A woman has killed her ex-boyfriend while he celebrated Chelsea’s victory
- Chelsea Football Club emerged winners of the UEFA Cup finals
- They beat Manchester City a goal to nil in the first half of the match
Police in Teshie in the Greater Accra Region is on the hunt for a woman who stormed a drinking bar where his former lover with whom she has three children, was celebrating his club's victory over Manchester City in the Champions League last night and stabbed him in the chest.
Family member, Dennis Tetteh says Dannis Amarh-Boye was pronounced dead after he was rushed to the 37 Military Hospital.
The suspect who is currently on the run is said to have filed a complaint at DOVVSU two weeks ago, alleging neglect of their children by the deceased.
The matter was resolved, according to Dennis Tetteh who said he had to personally intervene.
Chelsea emerged winners of the UEFA Champions League. They beat Manchester City 1-0 in the first half of the UEFA finals.
The UEFA Champions League opened doors for bragging and daring. The latest Member of Parliament to pull a sting on Chelsea Fans was Sam George of the Ningo Prampram Constituency.
In a Facebook post, the maverick MP turned Chelsea into an acronym – attaching 5 descriptions to the English Club’s name.
Sam George teased: “C – Clueless, H – Hopeless, E – Empty, L – Losers, S – Scrap, E – Exasperating, A – Annoying”.
Chelsea fanatics world over steamed up expectations ahead of their clash with Manchester City in what many experts call a historic UEFA Champions League Final.
In Ghana, supporters took to their social media handles to pray, chant, tweet and hope for “The Blues” to win the day.
From musicians to politicians, Ghanaian Chelsea fans literally turned social media Blue with Man City fans somewhat silent.
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel names 2 brands of drinks he will take to get drunk if they win Champions League
African music icon Peter Okoye, more commonly known as ‘Mr. P’, predicted that Chelsea will defeat Manchester City in Saturday’s Champions League final by two goals.
Chelsea have already beaten Manchester City twice, in the FA Cup and in the Premier League this season.
In Ghana, supporters took to their social media handles to pray, chant, tweet and hope for “The Blues” to win the day. "Our Father who art in heaven...we are bringing the trophy to London", one fan tweeted.
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