Former Minister of Trade and Industry under the term of John Mahama, Hannah Tetteh has put her beautiful daughter on full display. Fans can simply not stop admiring her. READ ALSO: Moment Abena Moet And Husband Struggled Massively To Kiss Pops Up- VIDEO In the picture that has since gone viral, the beautiful light skinned … Read more
Former MP for Awutu Senya West and Minister for Foreign Affairs under the John Dramani Mahama administration, Hannah Tetteh, has received an appointment as the next United Nations (UN) Director-General in Nairobi, Kenya. UN Secretary-General António Guterres announced today (Friday) the appointment of the Ghanaian to head the organization’s office in the capital of the Eastern African nation.
Carla-Simone Tetteh-Kpodar, Daughter of former Minister of Foreign Affairs–Hannah Tetteh celebrated her 23rd birthday last week in a glamorous style. Carla-Simone happens to be the first daughter of the former minister and currently based in Northampton, Massachusets in the United States where she is pursuing her education. She is majoring in Government with a concentration in International Relations at the Smith College.
Gory pictures and videos of the lynching of Late Capt. Maxwell Adam Mahama has widely been circulated across the mass media and that granted a further insight to the heinous murder which equally wildly incited the public to call for justice for him and trail a campaign against mob justice.
However, at this point, the video further compounds the sorrow of the deceased family and other sympathizers (which is almost all Ghanaians). To this effect, Capt. Rtd Adam Mahama father of the Galamsey Martyr has pleaded Government to help take down and stop the circulation of the gory footage.
Ablenkpe Marwako staff, Evelyn Boakye who was allegedly assaulted by Jihad Chaaban at work has been gifted GhC 5000 by the Duffour Foundation, which is the charity wing of HODA Group Of Companies, the mother company of GhOne’s EIB.
C.E.O of EIB, Nathan Kwabena Anokye Adisi (Bola Ray) at the presentation said the gesture is to demonstrate that the EIB media house is poised to impact the lives they report on as a way to show their commitment to making Ghana better.
Nenyi George Andah has beaten the incumbent MP, Hannah Serwaa Tetteh to win the Awutu Senya West Constituency. George polled 28,867 votes while Hannah got 25,664. Despite his popularity in the marketing world, Andah’s victory somewhat comes as a surprise, as he has been tagged a “novice” in politics. Congrats are certainly for Mr. Andah.
Tv show host Chantelle Asante has expressed disappointment with NPP Parliamnetary Candidate for Awutu Senya West, George Andah, for his comments talking about the husband, or lack thereof, of foreign minister Hannah Tetteh. Andah, a former business executive, shocked the nation recently when he declared at a political rally that his opponent, Hannah Tetteh, should show the people her husband, a comment many deemed sexist.
NPP Parliamentary canddiate for the Awutu Senya West Constituency, George Andah, is refusing to back down from s*xist comments he made against Foreign Minister and the constituency’s Member of Parliament, Hannah Tetteh. George Andah shocked an entire nation when he muttered during a recent rally, after introducing his wife on stage, that Hannah Tetteh should now come and show the constituents her husband.
Political campaigning in Ghana is not exactly at a very sophisticated level, with dialogue reduced to call your opponents names and trying to degrade their character in the eyes of the public. When the discourse turns to issues it’s with so much superficial arguments that it’s not particularly worth having. Take George Andah, NPP Parliamentary candidate in the Awutu Senya constituency in the Central Region. Mr Andah is a former highly regarded business executive who worked with MTN Ghana, now contesting Foreign Minister Hannah Tetteh for her seat.
Ghana shot to the attention of the world during the week when it emerged that two former detainees of Guantanamo Bay are set to be resettled in here. The decision by government, which was only communicated to Ghanaians ex post facto, has sparkednumerous debates over the cons such a decision holds for a tiny developing nation like Ghana with very little ability to tackle any potential insurgency.
I am not an expert in Ghana Law, nor can I even say I am an expert in any law—I am still learning, as all law scholars and lawyers will do for the rest of their lives. A lawyer or legal scholar never stops learning the always changing law…
Yesterday, I was approached by a radio station in Ghana to talk about the legal implications or consequences of the making of sex tapes (hereafter seks tape) and whether it is wrong (morally and legally) on the part of those who leak these videos—and those who circulate them around, you and I.
Interestingly, taking up the challenge to go ahead with the talk taught me something new but important about Ghana’s Laws in relation to obscene materials, which includes seks tapes and images.
According to Sections 280 and 281 of the Criminal Offences Act, the making/production “for the public”, possession and distribution of obscene materials such as seks tapes, indecent images and videos amount to a criminal offence—to be precise, a misdemeanour.
This means that, engaging in the production/making/recording of such videos in itself with intention to let it go out there is a crime, that is if you are found or the material is seen by the law enforcement agencies.
And the crime does not end there, for those of us who have made ourselves the collectors of seks tapes or images, having them on your phone or computer in Ghana is also a crime—you can be arrested for that.
What I did not know at the time and probably most of you do not still know is that, if you are within Ghana’s jurisdiction and you are caught circulating or in possession of any obscene material, you are in violation of the Criminal Offences Act—and the police can come after you.