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“BURY ME IN LAGOS WHEN I DIE” – Ghanaian Millionaire Oscar Doe Put His Will In Public   

Ghanaian Millionaire King Oscar Doe, President & Executive Chairman of Doscar Group Holdings, has willingly shared information about how he wants his properties to be distributed in an event of his death.

Although he was quick to point out that he is not suffering any life-threatening ailment and that he has not received any death threats from anyone or organization, the multi-millionaire businessman on Wednesday released his private will, where he stated key things that must be done after his death.

Suprisingly, the philanthropist stated in the ‘Will’ that he should be buried in Nigeria; Ikoyi in Lagos specifically. He also stated that senior workers who have been running his companies for 10 years and above would be entitled to 10% shareholding in the company.

He also said that his properties should be sold and the proceeds lodged in his foundation account to continue the legacy of support for education.

Read the contents of the will below..

I, His Royal Highness, The Most Colourful Oscar Yao Doe Write My Own Will And Wish When I Die (That) My Family, My Friends, My Companies, My Business Associates Should Respect This Will. Doing Otherwise, God Will Strike.

1. My First Wish When I Die, Bury Me In Lagos, Specifically Ikoyi Or Victoria Island.

2. My Companies Should Continue To Contribute To And Take Care Of My Schools. My Properties Should Be Sold And The Money Lodged Into Doscar Foundation Account.

3. All My CEOs, Country Directors, D.Gs Who Have Worked With Me Up To 10 Years Should BE Entitled To 10% Shares Of My Company They Are In Charge Of.

4. 20% Share Dividends To Be Shared Among Those Who Are Part Of The Management Board.

5. One School Each In Ghana, Nigeria And Cote D’Ivoire To Bear My Name Should Be Built From My Personal Allowances, Salaries And Share Dividends.

6. I Have Already Given Full Education To All My Siblings, And Cousins, So They Have Already Been Taken Care Off.

7. I Have Also Sorted Out My Aunties, Uncles With Financial Support For Their Businesses. So, They Have Already Been Taken Care Of.

8. The Management Of Doscar Foundation Can Then Open Up To Contributions From Reputable Individuals And Organisations.

9.The Criteria Should Be Strictly For Those Who Have Done Selfless Works. Contributions From Individuals Or Organisations Who Are Known To Destroy Other People Must Be Avoided. The Doscar Foundation Activities Should Remain Strictly For The Support Of Education Only!

10. I Plead With The Hamoui Family, Kalmoni Family, Odaymat Family, Wolley Family, Irabor Family, Duffour Family, Nike Okundaye Family,Otunba Tolani Oladipo Family To Assist In Carrying Out This Will.

(However) Let Me Make One Thing Clear; I Have Neither Received Any Death Threats, Nor Received Any Intimidation From Anyone Or Organisation. I Do Not Have Any Chronic Diseases Or Any Incurable Illness! The Truth.

Perhaps, The Events Of Recent Years Have Really OPENEDy My Eyes! I Thank God.

LET’S BOYCOTT SOUTH AFRICA’S MTN IN GHANA – Actress Bibi Bright Tell Ghanaians

Ghanaian actress, Bibi Bright has advised her country folks to stop using MTN-which is a South African telecommunication company.

Bibi’s call comes on heels of the recent xenophobic attacks in some parts of South Africa on Nigerians and other foreigners which have claimed about five (5) lives and many others injured.

In a post on her Instagram page-which was sighted by zionfelix.net, the actress wrote: “Just left the Glo office! Ported my number from MTN (South African) company to Glo (my brother Nigerian) company.! Today it’s Nigerians, tomorrow is may be Ghanaians in SA been killed! Let’s not wait till it’s our turn!”

She added: “Ghanaian celebrities throw your weight behind Nigeria! The pain these videos caused me as a Ghanaian, i can imagine what our brothers and sisters in Nigeria are going through! No one deserves to die this way. This is too much! For South Africans to do this to us? This isn’t their first time! It will not be their last!”

Bibi Bright concluded: “I urge all my colleagues to entreat their fan base to port from Mtn to Glo!”

Source: Zionfelix.net 

#Xenophobic Attacks:ONE GHANAIAN SHOT IN SOUTH AFRICA

One Ghanaian has been shot in West Hills a suburb in Johannesburg province in South Africa last night in a fresh attack.

He was shot in the leg when violence erupted between some South Africans and foreigners in the area.

Speaking on Okay FM’s ‘Ade Akye Abia’ program, Chairman of the Ghanaians Association in Kempton Park Johannesburg, Wofa Atta explained that they received a report of the attack Wednesday morning.

“However, I can confirm that he is in a stable condition and is also receiving treatment,”  he said.

He explained that he was shot in the leg but currently a Ghanaian team has been dispatched to the area to assist him.

He, however, added that police have been able to bring the situation under control but cautioned Ghanaians in any other province to contact their various groups or the Ghanaian mission when there is an attack in their area.

The government of Ghana should also get in touch with the government of South Africa to ensure that total peace is restored to enable them to continue with their daily activities.

The government has been urged to break ties with South Africa after another round of xenophobic attacks on Africans has left five dead and several shops torched.

Ghana’s left-wing political movement, Economic Fighters League has called for the severing of diplomatic ties with South Africa.

The statement signed by Fighter-General Hardi Yakubu said a break-off with the South African government will “force them to do the right thing.”

Human rights groups and several African governments have expressed worry that the South African government is doing little to deal with xenophobic rage.

The Nigerian government has summoned the South Africa High Commissioner while Zambia has warned truck drivers who work in the country to stay away.

Joining in the condemnation, the Economic Fighters League said the South African government ‘continues to deny the existence of the problem’.

South Africa’s Police Minister, Bheki Cele, said on Monday that, “criminality rather than xenophobia” was to blame for the “senseless violence”.

President Cyril Ramaphosa also refused to call the attacks xenophobic describing it as ‘anti-foreigner violence’.

Source: Peacefmonline.com 

SISTER DEBORAH WAS HEARTBROKEN AFTER MEDIKAL BREAK-UP – Wanluv Kubolor Reveals

Musician Wanluv Kubolor has claimed, although Sister Deborah Vanessa appeared to have moved on after her break-up with Medikal, all was not well.

According to the artiste, his sister was heartbroken because she was really in love with the rapper.

Rapper Medikal and Sister Debbie who were barely in a two-year ended their relationship in November 2018.

Wanluv disclosed the family saw the breakup coming some months before it actually happened.

“You know, when you find out your partner is looking elsewhere, you begin to wonder if it is true or not and where your relationship is headed,” he explained.

Sister Debbie had also disclosed in an interview, in earlier this year, that she walked out of her relationship with rapper Medikal after she heard rumours about him cheating.

Even though the model did not go into details, Sister Debbie stated that she walked out after confirming some rumours about the rapper, “I did not see why I should fight for someone who is proving to me otherwise.”

‘Kakalika Love’, a song by Sister Debbie to explain her side of the story, he added was recorded nine months before the relationship was officially over.

The ‘Market Lady’ singer said his sister’s state of mind also made him sad, “when she got better, I also got better.”

Wanluv added, Sister Debbie, at the moment is seeing other people but not in a committed relationship.

Source: Myjoyonline.com 

DRESSING DECENT DOESN’T MEAN YOU HAVE A GOOD BEHAVIOUR – Efia Odo

After receiving massive backlash for posting a bikini photo, actress Efia Odo says what she wears does not determine her behaviour.

Many social media users thought the tv/radio presenter’s beads-like bikini that did little of covering her body, was inappropriate and sexually suggestive.

However, in a Twitter post, the actress said dressing decent only makes you look like it but does not say anything about one’s behaviour and vice versa.

“Your behaviour out [of] your clothes is what’s most important,” she had written.

Efia Odo also threw fans off, in the post, when she shared a photo of herself in a beautiful African print.

WHERE IS THE CHANGE THEY KEEP TALKING ABOUT EVERYDAY? – Yvonne Nelson Asks

Party faithful of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) on social media have developed a hashtag to highlight achievements of the Akufo-Addo led administration.

The Hashtag #thechangewevotedfor tells the average Ghanaian that government under the leadership of Akufo-Addo is delivering exceedingly.

But actress Yvonne Nelson seems not to see “the change we voted for”.

The actress thinks things are worse now and it’s a sad development.

In a tweet complaining about the Ghanaian society, she said “But seriously tho, that change we talk about everyday…… I just can’t see it happening. Not from this side of the world! We are corrupt….our culture/traditions even teaches us to be! It’s like everything be bribe for here”.

IT IS NOT A BAD THING TO BE TAGGED AS A SLAY QUEEN – Efia Odo

Ghanaian actress and TV Presenter Efia Odo real name Andrea Owusu said there is nothing wrong when someone is tagged as such.

According to her, slay queens are not people who are social misfits.

“Somebody who slays always looks good and on point. And a queen is always a queen,” she said in an interview on Hitz FM.

Efia Odo stressed that the word ‘Slay Queen’ does not come with any negativity.

There is a perception that Slay Queens are lazy women who dress well, snap photos and post on social media for likes and comments but Efia Odo thinks otherwise, adding that she is a proud slay queen.

FIRE THE GOVERNOR OF BANK OF GHANA – Oscar Doe Tells President

The Chairman of Doscar Group Holdings, Oscar Yao Doe has reiterated his call to the President, Nana Akuffo-Addo to fire the Governor of the Bank of Ghana, for failing in his role, by allowing KPMG Ghana, Nii Amanor Dodoo, Pricewater House, and others who allegedly prepared questionable audit reports that led to the collapse of some indigenous financial institutions and local companies in the country recently, to be appointed as Receivers for the affected organizations.
The philanthropist/businessman however commended men at the SIT for their professionalism and conduct during his visit to honour their invitation in Accra yesterday.
Oscar Doe also said he trusts the president to act fast on this development, unless he (the President) does not want Ghanaians to know he is in charge.
The Doscar Group boss in a post this morning touch on all these, as what went down at the SIT office yesterday. Read it below..
“Nii Amanor-Dodoo declared officially as a Deceiver-in-Chief  who led KPMG to cook fictitious audit reports (and) misled the Akuffo-Addo government to destroy Ghana’s indigenous banks and local businesses.
Yesterday, I appeared at the Special Investigation Team (SIT) Office to honour their invitation. Can you imagine the alleged Demand Letter, which Nii Amanor-Dodoo stood on to claim that I have threatened to kill him doesn’t even exist? The so-called Demand Letter turned into a Ghost!
Nii Amanor-Dodoo is now officially a confused Looser-in-Chief, and a big comedian. Wow! Ghana, Ghana, Ghana,.. Ananasem! Ghana has now turned into a comedy! Drama everyday!
He thought he could mislead the Police to harass me. He had forgotten that our Police Forces are classic and top-notch. The guys at SIT are honest, compassionate, and caring professionals who have been in their institutions for over 2 or 3 decades. They (must) have experienced many dishonest cases in their careers! I salute our gallant, independent state institutions.
I urge the President, Nana Akuffo-Addo to sack the Governor of the Bank of Ghana, for appointing Nii Amanor-Dodoo and other Heads of accounting firms as Receivers after they led KPMG, Price Waterhouse and others, (as Senior Partners) to mislead the Ghana government with cooked-up audit reports to take down many indigenous banks and local businesses, which has now brought the President’s  signature visions, ‘Ghana Beyond Aid’ and ‘The Year Of the Return’to question!
Yes, there were iniscipline within our local banks. A child without supervision always go wayward!The Bank Of Ghana supervision was compromised and that’s why the local banks went gaga, like it happened in the US in 2008!
The best option for the President is to proof to Ghanaians that the bulk stops with him, and that he is interested in (finding out) the truth because of the Oath he swore to! I  trust Nana Akuffo-Addo to act! Who knows? Unless otherwise!
God bless our mother land, Ghana!”

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR DECEIVING US – Actor Tells President Akufo-Addo

Kumawood star and comedian, Big Akwes has accused President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for deceiving players in the Creative Arts Industry.

In an interview on Radio 1, the actor sarcastically thanked the President of Ghana for Lying to the entire Asanteman revealing that Nana Addo promised the entire Asanteman a Film Village prior to the 2016 polls.

According to the actor, the president won the election with the help of some of the Kumawood actors but has since reneged on his promise of providing a Film Village for Kumasi which is the heart of local movie productions.

“Standing in for the entire Asanteman I will say a big thank you the President for deceiving us. During his campaign, he promises a Film Village in Kumasi. That is the reason why the likes of Agya Koo, Matilda Asare and the rest campaigned for him to win the election. All we say is thank you, 2020 is just around the Conner”,he warned.

He added that the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, promised the movie fraternity some acres of land for the film village when decision to build it in Kumasi came up wondering why they was a change in mind to have it constructed in Kyebi which is the hometown of the President.

I AM BROKE, THE CAMPAIGN HAS DRAINED MY MONEY – John Dumelo Reveals

Popular actor and newly elected opposition NDC Parliamentary Candidate for Ayawaso West Wuogon, John Demelo says last weekend’s parliamentary primary has left him stark broke.

According to him, huge sums of money was channeled into work in the constituency to make his victory possible but has also made him bankrupt.

He’s revealed that he undertook many philanthropic works before the party’s primaries on Saturday including paying of school fees for some people.

According to him, he does not consider those kind gestures as vote-buying as he did all that in a bid to help the people in his community.

John Dumelo waged a strong campaign to win the Parliamentary candidate slot by garnering 758 votes in the polls as against 94 votes by his contender Suzzy Afua Adoboe.

Speaking to host Kwaku Owusu Adjei on Anopa Kasapa on Kasapa FM on the aftermath of the elections, John Dumelo stated that presently he doesn’t have even a dime left on him for the next round of campaign activities.

“I’m broke rough, the campaign has drained my money rough. All the cash I had has been spent on the campaign I have absolutely nothing left on me for the next round of campaigning. I’ll have to look for money elsewhere for that exercise. As I speak with you I’m laying flat on the ground, I need help to get back onto my feet. There’ll have to be voluntary contributions from my loved ones to see me through the next level of campaigning for the 2020 Parliamentary election.”

A research conducted by The Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) revealed that a candidate in Ghana spent approximately GHS 390,000 (USD 86,000) to secure the party primary nomination and compete in the parliamentary election during the 2016 elections.

The findings show that the cost of running for political office in Ghana went up by nearly 60% over one single electoral cycle (2012-2016). Ghana has 275 legislators which means they cumulatively spent approximately $23,650,000 to enter the law-making chamber.

The Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) research stated: “Between 2012 and 2016 the cost of running for political office in Ghana increased by 59%. On average candidates needed to raise approximately GHS 390,000 (approx. USD 86,000) to secure the party primary nomination and compete in the parliamentary election in their constituency.

“If the cost of politics rises to unaffordable levels the danger is that politics becomes the domain of the elite and wealthy and that the motivation and incentives of MPs move from serving the public to recovering their own investment.”

The research which was done in collaboration with the Ghana Centre for Democratic Development (CDD) surveyed over 250 candidates and sitting MPs about their experiences in the 2012 and 2016 elections.