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KiDi insults celebrities

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Kidi insults celebrities 

Dennis Nana Dwamena popularly known as KiDi has been trending on Twitter for the shades and insults he threw on social media back in 2012 before becoming a superstar.

The artist was one of the jovial users on twitter and all his past tweets has caused brouhaha which doesn’t matches his image and personality as the celebrity people see.

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He insulted, His Excellency Nana Akuffo Addo, Former President John Dramani Mahama, Yvonne Nelson, Anita Akuffo and many more.

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Tiktok skit resulted in arrest of two content creators

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Tiktok skit resulted in arrest of two content creators

Two people were detained by the Ghana Police Service after being identified in a widely shared video, one of which had a fake police officer in it.

The accused are social media content creators who create videos for an online TV station, according to a statement from the police.

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The two were detained for dressing up as police officers in a three-day-old TikTok video depicting an encounter between a cop and a driver.

Two people are shown arguing on the side of the side in the comedy scene.

As he encourages other drivers to park properly, one of them can be seen wearing a police uniform and getting into an argument with the other while speaking in pidgin English and twi. “Police officer in an open brawl with a driver,” read the caption on the video.

We would like to warn the public against behaviors that tend to harm reputations as the inquiry continues to determine the source of the attire and get the culprits ready to face justice.

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Churches in Ghana must pay tax – supreme court

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Churches in Ghana must pay tax – supreme court 

The Supreme Court candidate, Justice George Kingsley Koomson, has stated that churches in Ghana that engage in “normal commercial activities” are required to pay taxes.

Churches (charitable faith-based organizations) are excluded from paying income taxes on their main operations in Ghana since they are established as limited corporations by guarantee, which implies that they are not registered to engage in operations with the intention of producing profits.

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Justice Koomson stated, “The rules must be looked at again to compel churches that transition from their main activities to profit-making corporations to pay taxes,” in a presentation to the Appointments Committee of Parliament on Tuesday, October 18, 2022.

The Appeal Court Justice stated that it was important to examine our legislation. If charitable contributions are exempt from taxation under the law, that is where we should start.

“Why not expect churches that engage in economic activity to pay taxes if we can enforce our laws against them? The truth is that we use these taxes to fund national development. Allowing charity to pay taxes or not pay taxes is not, in my opinion, a negative practice. I believe I’ll support it if the laws can be examined to determine that it is necessary for religious institutions to do so, Justice Koomson stated.

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