My love is like an ocean
It goes down so deep
My love is like a rose
Whose beauty you want to keep.

My love is like a river
That will never end
My love is like a dove
With a beautiful message to send.

My love is like a song
That goes on and on forever
My love is like a prisoner
It’s to you that I surrender.


All I ever wanted was to be part of your heart,
And for us to be together, to never be apart.

No one else in the world can even compare,
You’re perfect and so is this love that we share.

We have so much more than I ever thought we would,
I love you more than I ever thought I could.

I promise to give you all I have to give,
I’ll do anything for you as long as I live.

In your eyes I see our present, our future and past,
By the way you look at me I know we will last.

I hope that one day you’ll come to realize,
How perfect you are when seen through my eyes.


The first time we met, I could see,
That you and I, were meant to be.
Your eyes were so gentle, your smile so true,
When you first held my hand, I just knew.

Now the time has gone by, through laughter and tears,
These days I shall cherish, for years upon years.
Those memories we have, shall never fade,
For those are the steps, that we have made.

That was the past, the future is near,
I anxiously wait, for what will appear.
New homes, more laughter, and children so dear,
Everything will be wonderful, as long as you’re near.


I asked God for a flower, he gave me a bouquet
I asked God for a minute, he gave me a day
I asked God for true love, he gave me that too
I asked for an angel and he gave me you.

Class 4 girl Raped by almost a Methuselah

A 28 year old man is in the grips of the Tamale Police Criminal Investigations Department (CID) for raping an 11 year girl.

Both the alleged rapist and the traumatized girl are natives of Kpalsi, a community in Tamale.

Narrating her traumatic experience to Citi News, the little girl (name withheld) in class four  said the alleged rapist, Alhassan Dakogu lured her to sit on his motorbike on her way to a video rental shop.

She said Alhassant took her to a mini forest behind the Tamale Polytechnic GETfund hostel where he allegedly raped her.

According to her, she cried out loud for help and some residents rushed to the scene to save her.

Alhassan Dakogu attempted to run away but was arrested by the residents and handed over to the little girls’ family.

According to reports, the family of the little girl physically assaulted the alleged rapist before handing him over to the Police in Tamale.

Alhassan Dakogu admitted raping her but blamed the devil for deepening his woes.

The little girl’s uncle, Abdullah Gurundoo said the family is expecting a speedy trial of Alhassan Dakogu in the law court.

NASA Confirms Earth Will Experience 6 Days of Total Darkness in December 2014!

NASA has confirmed that the Earth will experience 6 days of almost complete darkness and will happen from the dates Tuesday the 16 – Monday the 22 in December. The world will remain, during these three days, without sunlight due to a solar storm, which will cause dust and space debris to become plentiful and thus, block 90% sunlight.

This is the head of NASA Charles Bolden who made the announcement and asked everyone to remain calm. This will be the product of a solar storm, the largest in the last 250 years for a period of 216 hours total. Reporters interviewed a few people to hear what they had to say about the situation with Michael Hearns responding “We gonna be purgin my n*gga, six days of darkness means six days of turnin up fam”.

Despite the six days of darkness soon to come, officials say that the earth will not experience any major problems, since six days of darkness is nowhere near enough to cause major damage to anything. “We will solely rely on artificial light for the six days, which is not a problem at all”, says NASA scientist Earl Godoy. Visit our website daily for more shocking news

Kumasi: 4-year-old electrocuted, Family to sue ECG

The Family of a four year old boy, who was electrocuted at Bantama in Kumasi on Sunday night, is threatening to take legal action against the Electricity Company of Ghana, ECG for negligence.

The deceased, Kwaku Yeboah, was electrocuted after holding a life cable attached to an electricity pole, few minutes after ECG officials worked on the pole.

The deceased was found clinging to the cable minutes after power had been restored to the community after two days of blackout in the area.

Uncle to the deceased, Andrews Acheampong, who witnessed the unnerving incident, told Ultimate Radio, “The boy had been left with his eleven year old brother when their mother left them shortly to attend to natures call.”

He said the incident occurred when the children started jubilating after the lights were switched on that evening because the community had been without light for two days.

“You know how these children behave when the lights are suddenly switched on. So the elder brother couldn’t even find him until we heard screams from outside that a child had been electrocuted by the wires around the electricity pole there”.

But the bereaved family is accusing the ECG of negligence. A brother to the deceased, Stephen Sarpong, told Ultimate Radio they will take legal action against the company. He told Nana Oye Diabene, they are not ready to take any flimsy excuses from the ECG and allow the issue to slide because “anyone else could be next.”

He indicated that, “when the police came in and called the ECG, they initially denied any complicity but when they turned off the lights and switched it back on, they tested and found power still in there. So where did the power come from?” how can we lose such a person within a twinkle of an eye because of someone’s negligence?” he questioned furiously.

Suntreso Police Commander, DSP Vitus Napem who confirmed the incident to Ultimate Radio, said per their preliminary findings, “The boy stood beside the electricity pole and held a metal railing close to the pole”.

He however indicated that they were awaiting an autopsy report from the hospital “and when the report confirms that the boy died as a result of electrocution, we can find out who can be invited for questioning.”

He however assured that for now, the police had begun investigations into the incident.

The body has since been deposited at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital pending autopsy.

Tweaa DCE Reinstated

Government has reinstated former District Chief Executive of the Ahafo Ano South in the Ashanti Region, Gabriel Barimah who is infamously known for his ‘Tweaaa’ refrain.

The former DCE used the local invective after he lost his temper during a programme to honour workers at the Mampong hospital.

Mr. Barimah who subsequently earned the title ‘Tweaaa DCE’ was sacked by government after granting an interview in which he expressed no remorse for his actions.

Local Government Minister Julius Debrah told Joy News the decision was taken after appeals from traditional authorities in the area.

“His Excellency had received series of petitions from opinion leaders and the traditional rulers and so after a careful consideration, government has re-nominated him to get back to post,” he explained.

When asked if conditions had been set for Mr. Baraimah’s return, the Minister said that no fast conditions had been set as the DCE had only lost his temper and had not been involved in any criminal activities.

“I think he has learnt his lesson. If you take a critical look as his situation, it wasn’t like he got himself in any malfeasance or any criminality. I’m sure he probably lost his temper which happens to most of us as humans and probably didn’t conduct himself properly”.

Mr. Barimah landed in trouble early this year when he let his anger get the better of him at a public function after an unidentified hospital worker used the local slang ‘tweaa’.

The “Who said Tweaa” incident went viral on traditional and social media and resulted in massive calls for his dismissal.

The President initially forgave him for his indiscretion when the DCE apologised for the conduct but removed him from his post after his unfortunate interview.

Months later and after several calls for his reinstatement; the infamous DCE, who according to Johnson Asiedu Nketia is an “exemplary model for others to emulate,” has been given back his role.

Ronaldinho kicks Jesus in the face

Not many people would appreciate a kick to the face from an opponent, let alone offer to shake their hand afterwards… unless that opponent is Ronaldinho, of course.

During a clash between Mexico’s Queretaro and Club America in the Liga MX on Friday night – which Queretaro won 3-2 – Jesus Molina was left seeing stars; but it wasn’t because he was in awe of the Brazilian World Cup winning hero.

Half-way through the first half, Molina and the former Barcelona and AC Milan midfielder challenged for a high ball.

Rather than using his head, Ronaldinho went in high with his boot, leathering the poor Club America player in the face

Interestingly enough Molina offered a truce with the culprit, who was not punished for his offence.

Although the Samba star wasn’t on the scoresheet that night, his side were victorious with an injury time winner.

South Africa goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa killed

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The captain of South Africa’s national soccer team was fatally shot when armed men broke into the house where he was staying, police said.

Goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa was killed around 8 p.m. Sunday after two gunmen entered a house in Vosloorus township near Johannesburg while an accomplice waited outside, the national police force said on its Twitter account. The three assailants then fled on foot, according to the police service, which offered a reward of nearly $14,000 for information leading to arrests in the case.

Police said there were seven people in the house during the attack, and that the shooting followed an “altercation.”

Authorities said they would do everything possible to find the killers.

South Africa has a high rate of violent crime, but it was not immediately clear whether the house where Meyiwa was staying was targeted by thieves or gunmen with another motive. Solomon Makgale, a South African police spokesman, declined to comment, referring The Associated Press to updates on the police Twitter account.

South African soccer club Orlando Pirates said in a statement that it “has learned with sadness about the untimely death of our number one goalkeeper and current captain Senzo Meyiwa.”

“This is a sad loss whichever way you look at it — to Senzo’s family, his extended family, Orlando Pirates and to the nation,” Pirates chairman Irvin Khoza said.

Dean Furman, one of Meyiwa’s teammates, tweeted: “Beyond devastated at the loss of our captain & friend Senzo Meyiwa. Thoughts & prayers are with his family & friends at this terrible time.”

Meyiwa, 27, was South Africa’s captain in its four qualifiers for the African Cup of Nations this year, including its last game, a 0-0 draw with Republic of Congo on Oct. 15. He played for Orlando Pirates on Saturday in a 4-1 win over Ajax Cape Town.

It’s the second death to hit South African sports in three days, as former 800-meter world champion Mbulaeni Mulaudzi was killed in a car crash on Friday. At the time, President Jacob Zuma said “the nation has lost a true hero.”

Early Monday local time, the youth league of South Africa’s ruling party sent condolences to the families of Meyiwa and Mulaudzi, saying “their premature passing is indeed a great loss to the country and sporting nation.”

Source- DailyMail

King Gives Daughter Pure Gold Toilet As Wedding Gift

Wealthy King of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz, has presented his daughter with a golden toilet as a wedding gift. According to reports, the toilet is made from pure gold. The King also spent about $3,000,000 on her wedding dress. The dress which is equally very unique has the shape of a pyramid.

Forbes has it that King Abdulaziz worth is estimated at $17 billion.

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Luis Suarez Reveals Why He Is Always Biting

The spotlight is on Barcelona‘s Luis Suarez as he prepares to make his official debut, and more importantly, his first El Classico on Saturday afternoon.

Suarez had been handed a 4 month footballing ban by FIFA, after he bit Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini on the arm during the World Cup — an act he said was self defense.

“Everyone has different ways of defending themselves,” Suarez said in a recent interview with The Guardian.

“In this case my weakness was that one [biting] but there are other players who react differently by kicking, breaking a nose or punching. Some of these things are worse than others and I understand that biting is very poorly viewed.”

“I believe I am on the right path now, dealing with the people who can help me, the right kind of people,” the Uruguay star added.