Join us as we discuss the issue on Kuwait visas being banned for Ghanaian 'househelps', JB Danquah murder suspect being moved into police custody, and more.
This week, Sports reporter, Kwame Boakye is joined by general news reporters, Mildred Europa Taylor, Kwasi Gyamfi and entertainment reporters; Albert Benefo Buabeng and Alice Adu.
This week the team starts with the Roman Catholic priest who had allegedly fathered a baby, and being asked by a court to go for a paternity test.
The team also discussed the temporary ban placed on visas for Ghanaian ladies who travel to Kuwait and end up being househelps and maltreated as a result.
We also discussed the suspect involved in the murder of the late Abuakwa North MP, JB Danquah, and how the team believed he is looking all 'refined' at BNI custody, albeit he complaining that he will liked to be moved to police custody, a request the court agreed to this week.
In entertainment, Albert Benefo Buabeng looked at the controversy surrounding the exact amount of money needed to bring the remains of late actor Nii Odoi Mensah from China to Ghana. Alice touched on the issue of Ghanaian boxer, Bukom Banku confirming to news that he had bleached his skin, and how that will enable him win favours from President Mahama when he is given a second term.
And in sports, Kwame Boakye talked about Hearts Coach, Kenichi Yatsuhashi