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Anger as director chases Umar Krupp after paying him over Gh¢2500 for a scene and he didn’t show up



Nebu Ur’ Majesty has cautioned Ghanaian movie artiste, Umar Krupp ‘not to bite what he can’t chew’.

The two movie producers are going through some misunderstanding in what seems to be a closed circuit hot interaction after the director wrote on his twitter, “Nobody can hurt me without my permission. An good man makes peace but the folly includes his associates. If u have an unresolved issue with my costumier, resolve it and stop making people around feel responsible @umarkrupp Dnt bite what u cnt chew bro. @ghpagenews @brownghdotcom”

Nebu Ur’Majesty@nebu_urmajesty

As to what generated the argument, Soiree News can reveal without a doubt that it is as a result of a trending video on the Instagram page of “brownghdotcom” where a lady by name, Sewaa Akoto has warned to expose Umar of something the world has no knowledge of.

“Umar! Umar Krupp. This is going to be my last warning, I won’t call you again, I won’t text you again. This is going to be my last warning. You don’t want me to disgrace you. If you don’t want people to hear, please you know what to do. Please you know what to do,” Sewaa said in the video.

According to the Movie director now a bread manager, he sighted the video on Wednesday morning and after watching, he made a comment, “Trouble coming oooooo @umarkrupp,” later to hear from the artiste trying to involve him in a matter he knows nothing of.

Umar Krupp

Director Nebu Ur majesty

He revealed a WhatsApp chat of the movie artiste abusing and rekindling a case out of a matter, which has long be solved between the two.

“I have no problem with Umar. He just want to create fire out of a smoke but he should be careful. I have no clue about the girl’s video on Instagram.

“Sewaa (the girl in the video) is my costumier. After watching and commenting, I called to enquire from her what the problem is until she told me Umar owes her money,” Nebu explained.

“Why should Umar call and try to get me involved?”

Nebu Ur’ Majesty narrated that during his ‘Dreams in a Diary” series shoot, he casted Umar and paid for his service but the actor out of eight scenes shot three and refused to continue with the rest after paying more than he bargained.

“Umar was supposed to shoot with Frank Artus on a particular scene. He arrived on the set and by the time the crew realized, he was nowhere to be found. He charged me GH₵1500 cedis but I paid more than GH₵2500 and he still could not finish his scenes.

“I decided to take him to the Movie authorities but was advised. I believe he thinks I have conspired with the lady to disgrace him. No. I would not do that but if he is indeed a professional, he should handle his dealings decently and settle my costumier. That is out of my reign.

“But if he decide to engage me in a matter I know nothing of, then he will be mistaken” Nebu said.


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Apateim Methodist Basic School Receives Learning Materials From The Shidaa Foundation




The Shidaa Foundation led by Canada-based Ghanaian entrepreneur and philanthropist, Mr. Roland Akwensivie has donated learning materials to Apateim Methodist Basic School in the Nzema East Municipal in the Western region.

On Tuesday, November 7, 2023, the foundation donated an electric wheelchair, reading books, pens, pencils, erasers, highlighters, binders, colored pencils and crayons, calculators, mathematical sets, and school bags.

In an interview with Wyse Brain of Wyse Promotions, Mr Roland Akwensivie disclosed the reasons why he chose Apateim for this particular donation.

“Apateim was identified as an area with a significant need for educational support. This was based on factors such as economic conditions, access to educational resources, and the number of underserved children in the community. The foundation identified Apateim as an area where the donations would have the most impact”, he said.

He also appealed to the general public to support the Shidaa Foundation.

“The Shidaa Foundation welcomes support from individuals and organizations to help advance its mission of empowering underserved youth and improving education. Contributions can take various forms including donations, in-kind donations, volunteering, partnerships, advocacy, sponsorship, and community engagement”, he added.

The mission of The Shidaa Foundation is to advance education and empower underserved youth to reach their full potential. The foundation is dedicated to providing educational support, resources, and opportunities to children in need, ensuring that they have the tools to succeed in their academic journeys.

The vision of The Shidaa Foundation is to create a brighter future by making education accessible and igniting hope in underserved communities. The foundation aspires to touch the lives of as many children as possible, kindling their love for learning and providing them with the necessary tools to succeed. It envisions a world where education is a transformative force, breaking down barriers and empowering youth to realize their dreams.

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Poor Sanitation In Winneba Calls For Major Concern





In recent times, a significant health risk has emerged in Winneba due to inadequate sanitation practices. Winneba, a town and the capital of the Efutu Municipality in the Central Region of Ghana, is home to a population of 55,331 individuals who are grappling with the adverse effects of subpar sanitation conditions. The availability of safe drinking water and proper sanitation facilities have become a pressing concern. Presently, Winneba is contending with a marked decline in environmental sanitation, notably in areas like Akosua village, Eyipey, Sankor, and Sekegyano.

The poor state of sanitation in Winneba can be attributed to several underlying factors. Firstly, the absence of adequate sanitation facilities, including proper toilets and latrines, in both rural and urban areas is a matter of significant concern that requires immediate attention and resolution. The dearth of toilet facilities in Winneba has precipitated open defecation practices and contributed to substandard environmental hygiene. The consequences of open defecation, when combined with soil, lead to environmental pollution, water contamination, and, consequently, an elevated risk of diseases and fatalities.

Economically, the annual losses incurred due to poor sanitation amount to a range between 1% and 2.5% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). It is essential to recognize that the actual cost could potentially surpass these estimates, as they encompass only the losses linked to premature mortality, healthcare expenditures, diminished productivity, and time wasted due to the practice of open defecation.

Secondly, the improper disposal of solid waste has inflicted severe damage on the local environment. The littering of materials in the streets, lanes, and gutters has precipitated a sanitation crisis in Winneba. This habit of indiscriminate littering have adversely impacted the lives of the residents. The absence of effective waste disposal planning at the grassroots level, the inadequacy of policy implementation, and the lack of awareness are formidable obstacles to the improvement of sanitation standards.

Furthermore, the rapid surge in Winneba’s population has placed an overwhelming strain on the existing sanitation infrastructure. The increasing number of households and schools lack the necessary facilities to manage their sanitation needs. Consequently, both adults and children endure the consequences of inadequate sanitation provisions.

To address these challenges, a multifaceted approach is imperative. Initiatives must be launched to stimulate the demand for sanitation services. This entails the implementation of measures by those in authority to employ individuals tasked with cleaning the environment to foster a healthy and hygienic sanitation ecosystem. Additionally, the adoption of pit latrines, where human waste is collected in pits beneath toilets and left to decompose, along with the utilization of bio-toilets or waterless toilets, offers sustainable solutions that conserve water resources while advancing sanitation objectives.

Moreover, the provision of strategically placed dustbins in various towns and beaches, such as Eyipey, Sekegyano, Akosua Village, Sankor, Sir Charles Beach, Royal Beach, and Warabeba Beach, is crucial for effective waste management.

In conclusion, the promotion of sound sanitation behavior is paramount to ensuring the well-being of Winneba’s residents. Nevertheless, it is essential to emphasize the importance of consistently practicing good sanitation principles and policies to effect lasting change and safeguard public health.

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