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Mauro Icardi Joins Galatasaray.

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Paris Saint-Germain’s Striker, Mauro Icardi has joined Galatasaray in Turkey on a season loan move.

The Argentinian joined PSG on loan from Inter Milan in 2019 and was signed permanently in the year 2020. He has made 58 appearances for the club and scored 18goals since he joined the club permanently in 2020.

Mauro Icardi had a very successful season at Inter Milan in the Serie A from 2013 to 2019 where he scored 124 goals in 219 matches.
The Center forward off late has not been getting playing time at PSG looking at the likes of Mbappe, Neymer and Messi now at the club.

The 29 year old center forward will fly to Istanbul together with his agents later today for his medicals. The loan deal now been signed. PSG in course of the loan deal will pay main part of the players salary.

Mauro Icardi won Footballer of the year in Italy in 2018 and has won additional 7 titles with PSG in France (2 times French Champions, 2 times French Cup winner, 2 times French Super Cup winner and a French League cup winner).

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The SRC President of Ghana Law School has been sacked

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The SRC President of Ghana Law School has been sacked

Wisdom Victor Kutor, the president of the Ghana School of Law’s Student Representative Council (SRC), is in danger of being removed after it was suggested that he be impeached for financial irregularities.

Before the full scope of the decision was made, the SRC Legal Committee judged him guilty of money theft, misuse of office, and conflict of interest, among other claims.

He was charged with illegally purchasing a car from his employer for the SRC and another one for himself.

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Additionally, Mr. Kutor was charged with operating an SRC-owned Mobile Money business under his firm name and misusing the profits for personal purposes.

And if that weren’t enough, it was claimed that the SRC President had unilaterally decided which members of the SRC would travel abroad and had chosen them all by themselves.

Mr. Kutor has, however, refuted all of the accusations made against him.

The committee assembled by the Ghana School of Law came to the conclusion that Mr. Kutor prioritized his personal interests over the responsibilities of the Ghana School of Law SRC based on the evidence discovered to substantiate the alleged financial wrongdoing.

The committee suggested that Mr. Kutor be removed from his position as SRC president in accordance with the prescribed legal procedure, and it urged the imposition of the appropriate disciplinary sanctions due to the breach of his fiduciary obligations and presidential oath.

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Monkeypox disease: Ghana records 84 confirmed cases and four deaths

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Monkeypox disease: Ghana records 84 confirmed cases and four deaths

Ghana has confirmed 84 cases of Monkeypox diseases as of September 6, 2022, with Greater Accra Region recording the highest number for both suspected (191) and confirmed (51) cases.

As of September 6, 2022, Ghana had 84 confirmed instances of monkeypox disease, with the Greater Accra Region having the largest number of both suspected (191) and confirmed (51) cases.

Around addition, 535 suspected cases have been reported in the nation, spanning 38 districts and resulting in four fatalities—two in the Upper East and one each in the Greater Accra and Central Regions.

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This information was provided during a free online webinar (webinar) session on emerging viral infections and diseases with a focus on the monkeypox virus by Dr. Henry Nagai, the Chief of Party and Public Health Physician at the JSI Research and Training Institute, who also spoke on Ghana’s perspective.

The Global VAX Project is being implemented by the JSI in partnership with the Ghana Health Service (GHS) in specific regions of the nation as part of USAID’s strengthening the Care Continuum Project.

The four-hour webinar was organized by the WHO Regional Office for Africa with the aim of supporting the continental response by promoting proactive steps from African leadership to combat the monkeypox pandemic, among other goals.

In the Western, Western North, and Ahafo Regions, the JSI and its implementing partners will use their current network to mobilize persons aged 15 and older, pregnant women, people living with HIV, people with disabilities, and migrant populations to obtain COVID-19 vaccines.

In a breakdown, Dr. Nagai explained 51 cases of the Monkeypox disease were recorded among males, constituting 60.7 per cent, saying the national case fatality rate also stood at 4.8 per cent.

So far, Bono region has recorded 16 suspected cases, Ahafo region (nine) suspected cases, Ashanti region (69) suspected cases, Bono East region (15) suspected cases, Central region (15) suspected cases, Eastern region (48) suspected cases and North-East region (four) suspected cases.

Northern region has recorded 24 suspected cases, Oti region (seven), Savannah region (seven), Upper East region (43), Upper West region (25), Volta Region (18), Western Region (11) and Western North region (3) suspected cases.

Dr Nagai said “some communities feel the Monkeypox is derogatory” and called on the WHO to consider changing the name of the disease to stem stigmatization and discrimination.

“WHO must listen, work hard and change the name of the disease now”, he stated, and lauded the contributions of the GHS and its partners for the support towards the fight against Monkeypox in the country.

 

Source: gna.org.com

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