News reaching hotspotgh apparently confirms that the all-time Evangelist, Emmanual Kwaku Apraku popularly called ‘Apraku my Daughter’ has passed on.
Few days ago, a video of this man in a drunken state went viral indicates how destitute the Evangelist has become. However, in less than a week after the viral video, Evangelist Emmanuel is confirmed dead by his fellow residents.
Below is the video;
It is said that, ‘it’s not how a man begins that matters, but, how he ends’. The scenario of the then popular man of God, Apraku My Daughter, gives credit to the adage above.
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A neighbor, went into the room with the police. He told Kofi tv, the police suspect ‘Apraku my Daughter’ died 5am this morning, Wednesday, May 20.
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Voters register: NDC exposes EC’s inconsistencies, contradictions
Elvis Afriyie Ankrah, the Director of Elections for the NDC has catalogued a number of issues which he believes are inconsistencies and contradictions by the Electoral Commission (EC) in their dealings with his party and Ghanaians over the voters’ register.
With six months left for the 2020 elections to be held, there remains a standstill over the voters’ register.
The NDC has been consistent with its opposition to a new voter roll, insisting that majority of Ghanaians could be denied their voting rights should the EC go ahead with its decision.
The EC on the other hand has maintained that a new register is the best way of ensuring that it delivers on it mandate of free and fair elections, a position which appears to have the absolute approval of the ruling NPP.
Last week, the press conferences from NPP and NDC, the major protagonists in this debate showed yet again their respective resolve to keep accuse each other and ignore the role of facts, evidence and reason in public discourse.
Elvis Afriyie Ankrah told Joy News that the EC is going back on some decisions it took earlier.
The former Sports Minister alleged that the EC is creating conditions that will make it unfavorable for some Ghanaians to register and exercise their voting rights come December 7.