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A woman, whose name was only given as Vida, has reportedly inflicted blade wounds on her rival’s children at Yaw Godo, a farming community in the Eastern region. Mother of the victims, said, she heard her children Kwasivi and Kwame 7 and 8 respectively crying and locked up by the rival. She later got them out of the locked room only to find out that the two were bleeding from blade wounds. She told Nyankonton Mu Nsem that on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm that, when I heard them cry, I thought they had done something bad but she kept them in the room for a very long time and when they got out, I saw them bleeding and when I asked why she inflicted blade wounds on them, she refused to explain her action.   The victims narrating their ordeal to Nyankonton Mu Nsem said, we were playing when all of a sudden the suspect took us into her room, locked us up and started inflicting wounds on us. They also alleged that Vida inflicted wounds on their genitals.   Meanwhile, the suspect is yet to be arrested by the police.
  A large tree collapsed on two vehicles at East Legon, causing serious traffic near the KFC fast food joint on the Lagos Avenue, after nearly an hour-long downpour on Wednesday afternoon.     One saloon car and a commercial vehicle [trotro] were affected but there have been no casualties recorded.         Some passengers according eyewitnesses were able to evacuate the commercial buses,  affected, before the full impact of the tree. Fire service personnel also arrived at the scene to take measures to cut and remove the tree trunk from the cars.    
Fire has razed a bakery at Mankessim after a gas explosion. The inferno, according to the fire service, was as a result of a gas leakage in the room that serves as the bakery. All the equipment used for the production of bread were burnt to ashes, rainbowradioonline.com gathered. The time intervention of the fire men is said to have prevented the situation from worsening. No casualties were recorded. According to reports, the fire started around 4:30am when a worker wanted to light one of the cylinders to begin the day’s bread production. She noticed the fire and raised an alarm which resulted in a distress call to the fire service who were stationed some 300 meters away from the incident site.
Appiah Solomon, 25 years of age and his fiancée Ama Felicia have been found guilty by traditional leaders in the Brong Ahafo region after they were caught having sex in a female public toilet. The two according to Nyankonton Mu Nsem’s Abdul Razak, would be lashed in public for their sacrilegious act. Narrating the incident on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, Abdul Razak said, one Maame Serwaa who was attending nature’s call saw Appiah Solomon coming out of the toilet and so questioned why he has used the female’s side. In the course of the interrogation, she saw Ama Felicia also coming out from the same spot Appiah came from. After interrogation, the two confessed to having sex in the toilet. Maame Serwaa subsequently reported the two to traditional authorities where the were charged.
The invasion of snakes in Kyeremekrom, a farming community in the Western region, has left residents terrified and living in fear.   Speaking to Rainbow Radio’s Odeshiaba Kwadwo, some residents explained that they are unable to go to farm or go to the river side to fetch water.   A resident they said have been bitten by a snake and is currently receiving treatment at the hospital.   They have therefore called on the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) to come to their aid.      
A two months old baby boy was  saved by the bell after he was buried alive at Elmina Bantuma in the Komenda Edina Eguafo Abrem Municipality in Central Region. An eyewitness, Peter Ampah, disclosed to Nyankonton Mu Nsem that, the baby was found early this morning by some labourers who were working on a new plot of land which is being developed within the locality. The labourers had gone to pack some concrete blocks on the land.  He stressed that, one of the labourers went behind a building on the said land to urinate and in doing that, he saw the hand of a baby moving. The labourer he added got sacred, and so, he quickly called on the other labourers to come and witness what he had seen. With the timely intervention of Peter Ampah, the baby was  pulled out from the pit. Fortunately, the baby was still alive and was sent to the Elmina Urban Health for initial treatment. Doctors at the hospital are now preparing to refer the baby to the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital popularly for further treatment. The identity of the mother of the bay is yet to be established, he concluded.     By: Eric Ato Ampiah (Intern, Rainbow Radio)
Residents at Awutu Bontrase a farming community in the Central region have resorted to open defecation in the market due to lack of a toilet facility. The residents speaking to Nyankonton Mu Nsem’s Nana Yaw Asante said, they have no other option but to defecate in the open. Open defecation is the practice of people defecatingoutside and not into a designated toilet. The term is widely used in literature about water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) issues in developing countries.    
A man believed to be in his twenties has died from excessive consumption of locally manufactured gin popularly called ‘akpeteshie’. The deceased whose name was given as Osime, died on Sunday August 6, 2017 at Adeiso during a funeral ceremony held for his late father. Narrating the incident to Nyankonton Mu Nsem on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, our reporter Prince Bening said, Osime was buried the same day.    
A herbalist, Mr. Sackitey Opata, who doubles as an elder of the Assemblies of God Church, Anoma Kwadwo branch and under the Osunasi district in the Eastern region, is in the grips of the police for mistakenly selling weedicide  to a client which has caused her [client’s] death.   The suspect is said to have mistakenly handed over the weedicide which was in a similar bottle to the herbal medicine, to the deceased, Madam Helena Oparibea.   He [suspect] after realizing that he had handed over the weedicide to the Madam Oparibea, rushed to her house in the bid to stop her from drinking the poisonous substance. However, Madam Helena Oparibea had consumed the substance before he got to her house, Nyankonton Mu Nsem’s Prince Bening reported. Upon arrest, Mr.Opata told the police that, he mistakenly handed over the substance to the deceased and made effort to stop her from drinking it after he realized the error.  However, Madam Helena Oparibea was dead before he could reach her. An investigation has been launched into the matter.
Massive unemployment has hit the Mion district of the Northern region as a result of farmers having no access to tractors to plough their lands for farming. Some  farmers in the Mion district are faced with constant inadequate access to tractor services to plough their lands on time for the farming season. This has been a long standing problem affecting the people of the Mion district whose population has over 98 percent being crop farmers. A lot of communities including Cheggu, Jimli, Tuya, Sang among others are confronted with this problem which has eventually made farming activities slow within the district. Not only are there inadequate but even the few that are available, frequently breakdown due to poor roads. The shortage of these tractor services in the area according to some residents our reporter Prince Kwame Tamakloe spoke to said, the situation has led to most of the youth in the area migrate to cities like Accra, Kumasi and Tamale for unavailable jobs with the females engaging in prostitution and head porting (Kayaye). One Mr Hudu Mohammed explained that even the few tractors that are available rush in ploughing, the farm lands so they will be able to plough for thousand others waiting. “My brother, we are suffering, the few tractors that are there, the operators don't plough well because they are in hurry to go and plough for some people also,’’ he lamented. However, in order to support these farmers to have solution to this problem, a nongovernmental organization called Empowerment for Life (E4L) trained some farming groups in the district on partnership and networking to equip them with knowledge and skills to form a network to advance their advocacy. Not only this the E4L under the GDCA have supported the farmers by securing tractor services for the farmers but considering the number of farmers in the area and meeting farming season deadline, extra tractors in the Mion district must be provided.   GDCA - E4L together with the farmers are calling on individuals, civil society organizations and the government especially to intervene by providing tractors for the small hood farmer in order to help farmers increase production, ensures food security, generate employment thereby gaining income for the small farm households. By: Prince Kwame Tamakloe 
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