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Miss Cassie To Represent Central & Western Zone At Face Of GNMTA 2020

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Miss Cassie To Represent Central & Western Zone At 2020 Face Of GNMTA National Pageantry. 

Banko Entertainment newly signed Run-Way Model, Photoshoot Model and sensational singer, Miss Cassie, born Cassandra Gladys Bugashie is a 20 year old student nurse at the Cape Coast nursing and midwifery training college. 

Miss Cassie is the current queen of GNMTA West/Central zone and will be representing Western and Central Zone at the 2020 Face of GNMTA national pageantry.

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She has contested in couple pageantries in the past. She has been a delegate in Face of High School Ghana in Accra in the year 2017 where she was pronounced Miss Eloquent.

She also contested in Miss Cape Coast Nursing and midwifery training college and was the second runners-up. 

She then contested for the regional GNMTA between Western and Central region and won the crown.

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Cassie love to read articles on social issues and write about them as well. She is hardworking and always dare to achieve the things she puts her my mind to. 

The aim of Miss Cassie is to be on a platform where her voice can reach out to many who need to be encouraged,motivated,inspired supported and loved. 

She love to dance, and want to speak up for street dancers who barely have a good education and support. She’s hoping to contest in the Ghana’s Most Beautiful pageant in a year to come.

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She has always kept in mind that,no matter who you are and where you come from, what matters most is your heart and what you have in your thoughts that changes your situation. 

The Face of GNMTA 2020 beauty pageant is scheduled on 22nd February, 2020 at the GRNMA Secretariat Auditorium at Ejisu – Krapa in Kumasi, Ashanti Region. 

 

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Enforcing Vaccine On Citizens, Unconstitutional ‐ Sammy Gyamfi

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The national communications officer of the biggest opposition party, the NDC, Sammuel Gyamfi has given a penny of his thought concerning the compulsory vaccination going on in the country. The government’s policy of getting every Ghanaian at the age of eighteen years and above vaccinated does not sit well with the young lawyer.

According to Sammy Gyamfi, research made has proven that the vaccinated is highly susceptible to contracting the virus than the unvaccinated ones. He goes on to argue that there are countries who record number of COVID cases twice as Ghana such as south Africa but their president, Cyril Ramaphosa, posits that there is not going to be a force vaccination in the country.

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“Some countries such as South Africa and Brazil are rejecting the Vaccine, vehemently though they are recording cases in huge numbers”, says Sammy Gyamfi.

According to the NDC firebrand, no law in Ghana mandates the FDA to do emergency use authorization, the medicine must be tested and approved before being administered. So it illegal to do emergency use authorization and this proceeds to border the natural rights of Ghanaian citizens enshrined in the 1992 constitution if citizens receive the dose forcefully.

Sammy Gyamfi registered his displeasure when granting an interview at Media General’s 3fm.

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