A mother of seven, Deaconess Eunice Olawale, was butchered to death by some unidentified persons while preaching in the morning at Gbazango community in Kubwa satellite town in Bwari council area in Abuja, Nigeria in the early hours of Saturday July 9th.
After the Supreme Court’s ruling on May 5, 2016 asking the Electoral Commission (EC) to with immediate effect delete the names of NHIS registrants from the current register, the EC per a statement issued and signed by Georgina Opoku Amankwaa, Deputy Chair, Corporate Services on Friday July 8 said: “The Electoral Commission welcomes the specific directives given by the Supreme Court on Tuesday, July 5, 2016, regarding those, who registered as voters in 2012 using the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) cards as evidence of their citizenship.”
“Several times Kumasi’s sweetheart, one time the man many people in the Garden City loved to listen to before they do any other thing in the morning, the one they used to call (or rather called himself) the Apotitimati of Kumasi has finally switched camp and allegiance.
“Kwame Luther King Adinkrah, the former host of the morning show on Kapital Radio, Fox FM and until recently, Angel FM, has switched camp not to another station in Kumasi, but to the nation’s capital.
Some might have thought they’ve heard the last of former Attorney General and ‘Citizen Vigilante’ Martin Amidu but the fiery patriot has rendered another epistle taking on acclaimed investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye PI investigative firm.
Security Analyst Dr. Kwesi Aning is concerned Alistair Tairo Nelson and Godwin Ako Gun are being treated too sweetly by the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) despite their verbal outburst on Accra based Montie FM of harming justices of the Supreme Court.