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Coronavirus lockdown: We’re feeding our men on duty – Police

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The Ghana Police Service has revealed that it has made a policy to serve food to officers deployed to enforce government’s restrictions on movements in some parts of the country to avoid officers jeopardising the environment by contracting and transmitting COVID-19 while searching for food to buy on duty.

As part of measures to prevent further spread of COVID-19, government restricted movement in certain parts of the country for two weeks including Kasoa, the Greater Accra and Ashanti Regions which took effect from Monday, 30 March 2020.

The Police Administration in a statement on Monday, 6 April, 2020 said: “It has monitored reports about rotation provided for its officers deployed to enforce restrictions on movement and wishes to state that the administration has made a policy to serve food to its officers.”

It noted that its decision is based on the reasons including “To avoid the situation where police officers would roam in this critical time, leaving their duty points to search for food, water or soft drink. Some of the duty points are situated at places where officers cannot find food or water to buy, the frontline officers will not jeopardise the environment by taking risks of contracting and transmitting the coronavirus disease” and “ to discourage officers from taking cooked food from members of the public without approval of their commanders so that the officers’ feeding can be properly monitored for health and safety reasons.”

The Police also encouraged the general public to “cooperate with security services and stay home as directed” and urged “the media, opinion leaders and all who have the opportunity of speaking to others” to support the stay home directives by government to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in Ghana.

 

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Ghanaians have misconceptions about Shatta wale-Sammy flex

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In a candid interview with Emcee Bebe on Ultimate 106.9FM’s “Entertainment Records” show on Saturday, February 10, 2024, Sammy Flex debunked common misconceptions about working with Shatta Wale. The headline reads, “Sammy Flex Reveals: Shatta Wale is not Difficult to Work With.”

During the interview, Sammy Flex addressed the prevalent belief that collaborating with Shatta Wale might be challenging. Contrary to these assumptions, he stated, “Shatta Wale is not difficult to work with, as many think.” Flex shed light on the collaborative dynamics, emphasizing the importance of understanding and aligning with Shatta Wale’s creative vision.

As the conversation unfolded, Sammy Flex shared his ambitious vision for the future, revealing, “My vision is to let Shatta Wale’s music reach every household in the world.” This statement underlined his dedication to expanding the global reach of Shatta Wale’s musical influence.

The revelation provides a new perspective on the working relationship with Shatta Wale, challenging preconceived notions. Sammy Flex’s commitment to bringing Shatta Wale’s music to a global audience signals a significant aspiration within the entertainment industry, capturing the attention of fans and industry insiders alike

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There’s no vocalist better than me in the history of Ghana music- Shasha Marley brags

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In an exclusive interview with Emcee Bebe on Ultimate 106.9FM’s Entertainment Records show on Saturday, February 10, 2024, reggae artist Shasha Marley boldly proclaimed himself as the all-time best vocalist in the history of Ghanaian music.

The statement came as he discussed the remarkable vocal quality showcased in his latest single, “Spintex Road Traffic Jam.”

During the interview, Shasha Marley expressed confidence in his vocal abilities, attributing his self-proclaimed title to years of dedication and musical craftsmanship.

Emphasizing the uniqueness of his voice, he stated that “Spintex Road Traffic Jam” serves as a testament to his unparalleled vocal prowess and versatility.

The artist’s claim has sparked discussions among music enthusiasts, with some supporting his assertion and others engaging in debates about the rich history of vocalists in Ghanaian music.

As the news of Shasha Marley’s bold declaration continues to circulate, fans eagerly anticipate the response from fellow artists and the broader music community.

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