Ghanaian highlife legend Pat Thomas has made his way through Hollywood as his 1976 hit single “I Can Say” makes Marvel’s “Loki” Season one finale soundtrack cut.
The “Loki” finale just turned the Marvel Cinematic Universe upside down and it may never be the same, according to Insider.
The “sacred timeline” the Time Variance Authority (TVA) swore to protect has been compromised and the show ended with over 60 alternate realities starting to branch off from the main one fans have followed since the MCU began.
A visibly shaken Loki (Tom Hiddleston) was horrified to find he landed in some alternate TVA that’s likely in a completely different universe, one that may not be overseen by a benevolent ruler.
The season finale of Marvel’s latest MCU TV series which premiered on Wednesday, July 14, featured a dynamic film score.
Pat Thomas’ song with the band Marijata “I Can Say” made the soundtrack playlist. The fast-tempo highlife song comes off Pat Thomas’ second album “Pat Thomas Introduces Marijata” back in 1976.
Nina Simone’s “I put a spell on you”, Kylie Minogue’s “I should be so lucky” and Sohail Sen’s “Swag Saha Nahi Jaye” also featured in the finale.
The Union of Professional Nurses and Midwives Ghana (UPNMG) has refuted some malicious claims made against the association’s leadership.
This comes after a wrier on Opera News with the name OBENFOBRIGHT, who claimed to be a former member of the UPNMG and amongst many other things, alleged that the Union doesn’t assist its members who fall sick.
However, in a statement, the leadership of the UPNMG vehemently refuted the claims, describing them as malicious.
“We want to state emphatically that, the faceless individual who could not reveal his identity has never been a member of the UPNMG and obviously knows nothing about the activities of the union but is rather on a fruitless mission to destroy the hard-earned reputation built by the organization over the years to satisfy his pay masters,” a section of the statement said.
Meanwhile, the UPNMG went ahead to outline some of the intervention schemes it has rolled out for its members.
“The Union of Professional Nurses and Midwives Ghana is the first trade Union within our noble profession to have instituted a loan scheme for members and this loan is running at 11%.
“Anyone who speaks ill of this initiative must definitely beconsidered an enemy of the profession because this has been a life-saving policy that has helped thousands of Nurses and Midwives across this country. Interestingly, they are now saying the interest rate is high when they initially said it wasn’t even possible to run such a scheme for members less than a year ago.
The statement added: “Apart from the loan scheme, the Union is again the first to commence a hire purchase for members and that has been running since its inception in May 2020. Again, we can boast of being the first ever union within our profession to insure all our members at no extra cost. That means no members pay any extra money for this insurance policy.
“The union behind these malicious claims has been in existence for the past 60 years and has done nothing for nurses and midwives. Our presence has since kept the kitchen boiling and has made life very uncomfortable for them, and hence these calculated attempts to dirty the name of the union.”
According to a STARR FM report, Josephine Panyin Mensah Simons has confessed to a team of medical and investigation officers attending to her at the Effia-Nkwanta Regional Hospital in the Western Region that she was not pregnant nor ever kidnapped. (more…)
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