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Nafe and Tamara leave Big Brother Stargame as Upville and Downville Merge

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1Jul TaliaWati Lrg e3c847ba 08dd 4fc5 b680 70e6338f5ef5Malawi’s Wati and Zambia’s Talia survived eviction on Sunday evening hence upgraded to Upville while their respective partners, Nafe and Tamara left the game.  When they entered the Upville house, Goldie pranked them by drilling them through some false rules governing the Upville house just to confuse the newcomer. Meanwhile, Big Brother pulled a surprise on the eviction show when he asked the remaining Downville housemates to move into the Upville House. Here’s how Africa voted: Angola: Talia Botswana: Wati Ghana: Talia Kenya: Talia Liberia: Wati Malawi: Wati Namibia: Talia Nigeria: Talia South Africa: Talia Sierra Leone: Talia Tanzania: Talia Uganda: Talia Zambia: Talia Zimbabwe: Talia Rest of Africa: Talia Total: Talia = 12; Wati = 3, Nafe = 0, Tamara = 0. (Total: 15 Votes)]]>

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Encourage Decentralization to Accelerate Development – Okyenhene

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Okyenhene Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin II has encouraged governments and business leaders to decentralise their operations to accelerate development. He said this when the senior management team of Telecel Ghana, a leading telecommunications company in Ghana, paid a courtesy call on him.

The visit was aimed at advancing a stronger relationship between Telecel Ghana and Okyenhene as well as seeking his blessings and guidance in the company’s new journey as Telecel Ghana. In March 2024, Telecel Ghana officially unveiled its brand to Ghanaians in a spectacular event in Accra.

Led by Ing. Patricia Obo-Nai, CEO of Telecel Ghana, the delegation expressed their gratitude to the Okyenhene for his warm reception and unwavering support towards businesses operating within his jurisdiction. They also highlighted Telecel Ghana’s commitment to contributing to the socio-economic development of Ghana through its innovative telecommunications solutions and corporate social responsibility initiatives.

She reiterated the company’s dedication to ensuring seamless connectivity and digital inclusion for Ghanaians and affirmed Telecel Ghana’s readiness to partner with the Okyenhene ahead of his 25th anniversary celebration.  She added, “we will continue to work with other stakeholders to explore opportunities for expanding telecommunications infrastructure and enhancing access to digital technologies in Ghana.”

The Okyenhene commended Telecel Ghana for its efforts in providing reliable and affordable telecommunications services to the people of Ghana. He emphasized the importance of promoting decentralisation by key government agencies and business operations across the country to accelerate development, citing the vast land space in his kingdom which he is willing to release for development. He also threw a broader challenge to Ghanaian entrepreneurs to venture into setting up indigenous telecommunication businesses in Ghana.

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The visit concluded with an exchange of gifts and pleasantries, symbolizing the mutual respect and goodwill between Telecel Ghana and the Okyenhene.

Telecel Ghana remains committed to building strong partnerships with traditional authorities, government institutions, and other stakeholders to drive sustainable development and create shared value for the people of Ghana.