Ghanaian professional footballer, Mubarak Wakaso may lose one of his houses located in East Legon if a land dispute surrounding the building doesn’t go in his favour.
In a report by MyNewsGh, Wakaso’s house which is located at the Mempeasem area around East Legon may be demolished as part of demolition exercise hitting the area soon.
A few days ago there was news about Chief Justice setting up a court purposely to prosecute defaulters of Television licence fees.
But the controversial musician, Kwame Asare Obeng aka A Plus who thinks it is nonsense to institute such a court has vowed never to pay a dime for TV licence fees.
According to the Kwame A Plus, he is willing to be the first defaulter to be jailed.
You do not need a rocket scientist to tell you that there are no jobs for Ghanaian actors and actresses since the influx of telenovelas in the country.
Some months ago, organizer of the dumsor vigil, Yvonne Nelson attempted to organize a demonstration to petition the President to ban the telecast of telenovelas in the country but did not see the light of day.
People close to these actors and actresses can testify that life has really been difficult for them with some not even being able to pay bills not to talk about maintaining their extravagant and ‘high class’ living.