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Clement Nketia an up coming artist based at Seikwa,Tain in the Bono Region well known as C-TRUTH is yet to release his new track Ginger.

C-Truth started music since 2013 when he was in the high school.

He is very talented in music and love music from childhood up to now.


C-Truth is good in singing,rapping and also a song writer as well which lead him getting everything easy for making music,he has released a single song not long a go for funs which is downloadable on two great sites.

The greatest anticipation tune was tagged as “VANNESA” which is his hit maker song and available on this great site, and also you can download it.

C-Truth is yet to sign under this newly record label 9TYS JAY RECORDZ that is going to record his songs and manager him to be star in the Industry.

Clement Nketia known as C-Truth is now coming to release his latest waiting anticipation jam GINGER .

C-truth Ginger-Felisco.blo

9ntys Jay Recordz is also a new that is yet to sign him and Manage him  to also be popular and famous to bring us hit songs to the World.

Here is the hit song of C-Truth,stream and play below.

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Play and share your thoughts about this track.

We need each and everyone support so that C-Truth music can go beyond Africa and also the World.

Ginger is a track that is coming to hit  Ghana and African as well because it is very great track and marvelous tune that is going to compete with the hit songs in Ghana as well.

Check out ! C-Truth gona hit and hit in the music industry and will going to be your great artist.

Always visit for your latest music updates.

Hope you will support us,thanks.


All the musicians in Ghana have to come together as one people.

The must comport their self because this was not expected to be happened because the whole show was paused and  everybody was  watching Ghana.



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Liverpool have been dealt a blow ahead of their Champions League encounter against Barcelona following reports that Mohamed Salah has been ruled out of the clash after suffering concussion against Newcastle .

The problems are adding up for manager Jurgen Klopp as Roberto Firmino, who tore a muscle last week but still managed to come on as a late substitute in the Nou Camp, has already been ruled out of Tuesday’s game.

If they were to be without Salah, who is their leading goalscorer after netting his 26th of the season at St James’ Park, it would be a significant blow to their hopes.

The Egypt international was injured in a collision with goalkeeper Martin Dubravka and lay motionless on the pitch for several minutes while he was treated before leaving the field on a stretcher with his hands covering his face.

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah looks likely to miss the Barcelona showdown (Image: PA)
Dejan Lovren fires warning to Barcelona ahead of Anfield second leg
And reports in the Egyptian media have suggested that the striker will miss the semi-final second leg against Barcelona on Tuesday night because of concussion protocol.

Yalla Koura made the claim on Monday morning, and if true it would be a huge blow to Liverpool as they look to overturn the 3-0 first-leg deficit.

Speaking after the Newcastle match, Klopp remained optimistic the 26-year-old will be available at Anfield on Tuesday.

Salah was injured in a collision with goalkeeper Martin Dubravka(The staggering bonus Man City players will share if they win Premier League and FA Cup
“He got the hip of the goalie in his head and then was on the ground,” said the Reds boss.

“The doctor had to make a decision – on the pitch or off the pitch – and the decision was off the pitch and we accept that of course.

“When we came in, he was sitting in the dressing room and watching the game, or had watched the game.

“He was then fine but of course we have to wait. He got a proper knock in that situation.”


Watch video of a new manufacturing car into the system that is going to use natural gas by human.
A U.S company that is yet to come out with a new car (Flatula Bleachers)

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An 18-year-old New Yorker filed a $1 billion lawsuit against Apple on Monday, claiming that facial recognition software incorrectly linked him to thefts at several stores.

Ousmane Bah was arrested by New York Police Department officers on Nov. 29 after being accused of thefts at Apple Stores in Manhattan, Boston, New Jersey and Delaware, according to his lawsuit.

The lawsuit says the actual thief was caught stealing $1,200 worth of merchandise — specifically Apple Pencils– from the Boston store on May 31, 2018. The person then used a stolen ID that included Bahs name, address and other personal details, but not his photo, according to the suit. This may actually have been a non-photo learners permit that Bah previously lost, the suit says. Bah is African American.

The lawsuit accuses Apple of negligence, emotional distress, defamation, slander, libel and fraudulent concealment.

The alleged use of facial recognition software in Apple Stores is the “type of Orwellian surveillance that consumers fear, particularly as it can be assumed that the majority of consumers are not aware that their faces are secretly being analyzed,” the suit says.

Apple doesn’t comment on legal matters, but said Tuesday that it doesn’t use facial recognition technology in its stores.

Bahs first indication of a problem was a Boston municipal court summons for June 2018, his suit says, though he had’nt been to the city before and was attending his senior prom in Manhattan on the day of the theft.

The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in New York, alleges that Apple connected Bahs name to the thief face in its facial recognition system, which Bah claims is used at Apple Stores to track people suspected of theft. This resulted in Bah being blamed for theft across the four states, the suit says.

A New York Police Department detective who saw security footage from the Manhattan store after Bahs arrest realized the suspect “looked nothing like” Bah, according to the lawsuit.

All charges have since been dismissed, except in New Jersey, according to the lawsuit.

According to the suit, Bah has been struggling in his first year in college while he has been fighting the charges.

“As a result of being arrested in New York, as well as having to make trips to different states in response to charges filed against him, Mr. Bahs attendance and grades suffered,” the lawsuit says. “Additionally, he suffered constant anxiety over the possibility of being arrested at any time for crimes he did not commit, and of which he had no knowledge.”


Bishop Daniel Obinim

In a latest action of the man who has arrogated himself the title of an Angel, the Founder and Leader of the International Godsway Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim has destroyed all images of Jesus Christ saying he is fake promising to replace them with his.

According to him, he will soon put up a statue of himself because he is an original person who can be seen and felt by many and visit others in their dreams just at the press of a button.

“We are not getting the real pictures of Jesus Christ that is how come we keep using this. I destroyed the ones in Kumasi and Accra because this man is an Italian who acted in a movie. You can never get the picture of my father the messiah anywhere. I should make my statue and pictures because I value the gifts he has given to me”, he told his congregation in Tema.

Recently he revealed that the founder of Christianity, Jesus Christ does not come any closer to him with regards to the performance of miracles.

According to him, he has since the inception of his ministry done a lot of miracles more than Jesus Christ and other prophets because he has an unlimited time, unlike Jesus who only had a limited period to stay on earth.

Surface on earth and do greater things than he did justify that with John 14:12-14 which states “Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these because I am going to the Father. 13 And I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son. 14 You may ask me for anything in my name, and I will do it.”

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The Facebook-owned messaging service said that anyone using an unsupported version of WhatsApp would receive an in-app message stating that their account has been temporarily banned.

If you receive one of these messages, you will have to download the official app to continue using WhatsApp.

The move is an attempt by WhatsApp to stamp out knock-off versions of the app that violate the companys Terms of Service.

These include WhatsApp Plus and GB WhatsApp, which are altered versions of WhatsApp that allow users to add different themes or styles.

WhatsApp doesnt support these third-party apps because we cant validate their security practices, the company said.

If you have been using one of these third-party apps, you can switch over to the official app without losing your chat history.

Head over to WhatsApps FAQ page for instructions on backing up your chat history before moving to the official WhatsApp app

If you are using the official WhatsApp app and your account is banned, it is probably because you have violated WhatsApps Terms of Service.

You will receive the message: Your phone number is banned from using WhatsApp. Contact support for help.

If you think your account was banned by mistake, you can email the company and it will look into your case.

The email address is if you are using an Android phone, and if you are on iPhone its



A child born in sub-Saharan Africa is 15 times more likely to die before age five than the one born in developed countries, a new UN study has indicated.

The report launched during this month’s 52nd session of the United Nations Commission on Population and Development (UNCPD) in New York shows that while child mortality rates have fallen by half since 1994, a child born in sub-Saharan Africa today is more than 15 times as likely to die before age five compared with a child born in the more developed regions.

By 2050, the survey shows, the proportion of persons aged 65 and above is projected to reach 28 per cent in Europe and 23 per cent in Northern America.

By the 2060s, fertility is projected to reach 2.1 births per woman, the rate required for populations to stabilise in the long run.

While life expectancy has increased in all world regions, the current gap in life expectancy between the more and least developed regions is 15 years.

Morever, the report shows that the progress has been uneven, and some major gaps remain. The study found out that while the global life expectancy at birth rose from 65 years in 1994 to 72 years in 2019, only half of all countries have achieved the targets included in the UN programme of action.

It shows child mortality levels in sub-Saharan Africa, which fell from 180 to 78 deaths per 1,000 births, remain well above the UN target.

The report shows gaps in life expectancy at birth across regions have narrowed. Since 1994, life expectancy at birth has increased by 5.2 years in Europe and Northern America and by 12 years in sub-Saharan Africa. Accordingly, the report shows, the gap in life expectancy at birth between countries in the more developed regions versus least developed countries has narrowed from 22 years in 1994 to 15 years in 2019.

The report further shows that global fertility is projected to reach 2.1 births per woman by the 2060s. It shows that between 1994 and 2019, the total fertility rate fell from 2.9 to 2.5 births per woman. Today, according to the report, more than half of the world’s population lives in countries with fertility under 2.1 births per woman.

It shows fertility rates in sub-Saharan Africa are at (4.8), Central and Southern Asia (2.4), Oceania excluding Australia and New Zealand (3.4), and Western Asia and Northern Africa (2.9).

Likewise, the global maternal mortality ratio, despite significant gains, is still above the target established in 1994.

The report shows use of modern methods of family planning has risen markedly globally, among married or in-union women of reproductive age who express a need for family planning. The proportion for whom such need is satisfied with modern methods of contraception increased from 72 per cent in 1994 to 78 per cent in 2019.

Nonetheless, in 44 countries, mostly in sub-Saharan Africa and Oceania, less than half of women’s demand for family planning is being met by use of modern methods. In Africa, the region with the youngest age structure, the share of older persons is projected to increase from 4 per cent in 2019 to 9 per cent by 2050.


Parents of abducted Chibok School Girls in Borno have renewed calls to ‘Boko-Haram’ insurgents to release the remaining girls they abducted five years ago.

A cross section of the parents made the call in separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Maiduguri.

The parents spoke on the sideline of a rally organised by a non-governmental organisation, ‘Al’amin Foundation for Peace and Development’ , as part of activities to mark the fifth year anniversary of the abduction of the over 270 school girls.

NAN recalls that the insurgents had on April 14, 2014, abducted the girls at Government Girls Secondary School (GGSS), Chibok in Borno.

In May 2016, one of the abducted girls, Amina Ali, was found after she escaped from captivity.

Another set of 21 girls were freed in October 2016, while one girl was also rescued in November same year by the military.

Similarly, 82 girls were freed following negotiations with government in May 2017, while one more girl was rescued in January 2018.

Recheal Daniel, a mother of one of the abducted girls, Rose Daniel, appealed to the Boko Haram factional leader, Abubakar Shekau, to release her daughter.

Daniel lamented that the incident had subjected her to pain and agony, adding that her husband was also killed by the insurgents.

She said that since then, she had been shouldering the up-bringing of six children left behind by her husband.

Ayuba Alamson, a guardian to some of the abducted girls, said six of his niece and sisters were abducted at the school on the fateful day.

Alamson said that three of the girls had been freed while the remaining were still with the insurgents.

He lamented that about 18 affected parents had died due to health complications associated with trauma they experienced as a result of the abduction of their daughters.

Alamson urged the Federal Government, United Nations (UN) and development organisations not to relent in their effort at ensuring the release of the girls from captivity.

“I also pray for the freedom of Leah Sharibu, the only girl held back by Boko Haram insurgents after they released over 112 girls abducted at Government Girls Secondary School in Dapchi, Yobe.

Musa Maina, another resident of Chibok, appealed for the release of his wife, Zahra Musa, and daughter, Hadiza Musa, from captivity.

Maina recounted that he fled Chibok to Konduga after the April 14 school abduction incident, only to end up in another abduction trap set by the insurgents.

“Two people came to my house with guns in an attempt to kill me. I and my second wife managed to escape but they took away my first wife and her daughter,” he said.

On her part, Mrs Hamsatu Allamin, the Director of Al’amin Foundation for Peace and Development, said thousands of women and children were being held hostage by the insurgents..

Allamin disclosed that the organization had embarked on comprehensive campaign to create awareness on abduction of women by the insurgents in the northeast.

She called for concrete measures to secure the release of the Chibok School girls and other persons being held by the insurgents throughout the country.