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2017-05-23

[B] Tullow eyes new fields beyond Jubilee & TEN
[B] ECG concession: bidders reduced to 6; MIDA sets eyes on financially viable bidde
[B] Former MP demands details on the 150 investors for ‘1-district, 1-factory'
[B] We need power to turn economy around – Agyarko
[S] Akufo-Addo's changes to ECG 'sale' agreement quite impressive - PUWU
[N] Kumbuor approved military protection for Ukraine, Russia galamseyers – MP
[N] 9 cars burnt, shops destroyed in a fire outbreak at Suame Magazine
[N] I insist Baba Jamal is involved in galamsey - Wontumi
[N] Man found dead in an abandoned dam
[N] 495 allied health professionals get financial clearance
[N] Spio Garbrah should be commended for GSA scandal investigations - Sorogho
[N] Alex Segbefia urges prosecution of culprits in Central Medical Stores fire
[N] Crentsil and family squandered GSA funds – PRO
[N] Ghana needs measures to stop illegal migration - Dr Ocansey
[N] Three (3) Ghana Gas helicopters missing
[N] Military protecting illegal mining sites – Amewu
[N] Amewu arrest 4 for engaging in galamsey at Amadaa
[N] Pastor, fetish priest clash over juju money

2017-05-22

[S] I lose nothing over Ghana banishment – KP Boateng
[S] Tony Baffoe urges government to create fund for Black Starlets
[B] Dumsor hit Vodafone Ghana badly - CEO
[B] Government to invest 30% only in 'One-District One-Factory' - Alan Kyeremanten
[B] Dollar has taken a commanding lead again
[B] Atuabo project was bloated by over $40m – Dr. Manteaw
[B] ECG using outdated methods to recover debts - NDC MP
[B] BoG reduces policy rate to 22.5%
[N] I’m not naive about corruption – Akufo-Addo
[N] Police begin manhunt for Tatale robbers
[N] Teenage pregnancy declines in Ashanti
[N] $13.9 million Veep's residence abandoned?
[N] UCC sued over suspension of 22 students
[N] Two fake soldiers arrested
[N] Otumfuo supports ban on Galamsey
[N] Government worried about Alavanyo-Nkonya killings – VR Minister  
[N] Politicians mourn with Woyome
[N] NDC chair, 4 robbers and 2 others killed in robbery gun battle
[N] 15 'corrupt' customs officers fired
[N] 3 robbers killed in shootout with police
[N] Girl, 16, dies after committing abortion
[N] Prof. Badu Akosa can't be our Chief – Kwahu Queen Mother
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General News

[ 2017-05-18 ]

The boys allegedly chew the root of the grass to boost their sexuality.

Tema boys chewing rabbit grass to enlarge their manhood
Some youth in Tema Manhean have resorted to the
chewing of ‘rabbit grass’ to enlarge their manhood
in a bid to engage in “satisfactory” pre-marital
sex.

The Ghana News Agency gathered that the young boys
wash and chew the root of the grass popular known
as “juice” which is said to be given to rabbits to
boost their sexuality and reproduction.

Those using it easily get access to the plant
which can be found in any bush therefore no
authority could restrict its usage among them.

Dr John Yabani, Tema Metropolitan Health Director,
told the GNA that the usage of the grass among the
youth has come to his knowledge and was working on
educating them against the act.

Dr Yabani reminded the youth that the size of
their manhood would increase as they grow
therefore the need to desist from drinking and
chewing unapproved items in a bid to enlarge
them.

He added that depending on the intake of such
items could also have serious health implications
for them.

He revealed that some of the youth have also
started smoking fruity scented cigarettes to
outwit their parents and teachers.

The said cigarette which comes in different
flavours including strawberries, cherry, apple and
mint is thinner and longer than the ordinary
ones.

Dr Yabani explained that the flavours were at the
filter end of the cigarette so by the time they
finished smoking the piece, the fruity scent
overshadows the tobacco making it difficult for
people to associate them to cigarette smoking.

He cautioned the youth against smoking of
cigarette irrespective of its flavour as they
stood the risk of contracting respiratory and
other health problems.

The Metropolitan Health Director also urged
parents and teachers to be vigilant in monitoring
their children as they guide them into responsible
adulthood.

Source - GNA



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