I once played a gay role - Actor, Adjetey Annan reveals

I once played a gay role - Actor, Adjetey Annan reveals

- Actor, Adjetey Annan, says he once accepted a gay role as an actor

- The actor, known for his “Pusher” role says he also rejected another gay role

- His revelation follows the anti-LGBTQ bill

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Actor, Adjetey Annan, has revealed that he once accepted a gay role in his early career stages. The “Pusher” actor stated on Showbiz A-Z on Joy FM that he did not turn down a gay role in the ‘Run for your wife’ movie.

“This is a story that has gone through the process. This is a movie that somebody thought it was a nice subject of the day and why not just through into the market, it would draw the audience coming in.
So it was a two different thing in one, somebody was taking advantage of a scenario just to make money and the other it was well structured,” he added.

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I once played a gay role - Actor, Adjetey Annan reveals
I once played a gay role - Actor, Adjetey Annan reveals
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Meanwhile, the actor also revealed that he had earlier on rejected another offer to play a gay role. His argument was that the said role had no purpose and was only to cause controversy and a public stare – a situation he was not prepared to handle as a young actor.

The revelation by Adjetey Annan follows the controversial anti-LGBTQ bill which has generated debate across the country.

Teachers strike across all universities.

All lectures, examinations or project work supervision will be suspended from Monday, August 2.

This order comes from the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) to all members. The order is for them to stop all teaching or related activities across all the campuses.

National president of UTAG, Professor Charles Marfo says the reason for this directive is because government “has failed to improve the bad conditions of service that university teachers deserve.

It expected that university students will be left stranded across the various universities as no lectures will ensue from Monday, August 2, till government intervenes.

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Traffic on Tema Motorway

It will now take more than an hour enroute the Accra-Tema motorway from August. A press statement by the Ghana High Way Authority, in a press statement explained that the disruption in traffic will last for the next 21 days.

This is to make way for some repair works on a damaged side of the road on the Ashaiman overpass. Meanwhile, security is expected to be deployed to enjoy that traffic remains smooth and without issues.

Developments in the Fisheries sector

The Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Mavis Hawa Koomson, has disclosed that fishermen at Elmina will not be allowed to go fishing even though the closed season is over.

The minister described this order as a punishment for the fishing community who flouted the closed season.

The Minister further stated that since the fishers refused to accept her campaign against illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing activities when she visited on Tuesday, June 27, it is important her outfit keeps them in check for some time.

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