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The main gate of Media General had to be shut when things got out of hand. The stampede outside created traffic on the road leading to the Jubilee House.

That warranted the urgent intervention of the Inspector General of Police Dr. George Akuffo Dampare to deploy reinforcement to curtail the tension that was mounting behind the Media General gate.

It was the police that ordered the closure of the gate considering the situation on the ground as the expectations were simply overreached.

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The second edition of the Onua Thanksgiving Breakfast, dubbed, ‘M’aseda Nie’ was a scene to behold.

Over a thousand thronged the TV3 forecourt Friday, January 27, 2023, where people were redirected to the new reception of the media giants to watch the programme on TV.

The artistes on the bill didn’t disappoint as up and coming Rohmay thrilled the audience before the likes of Francis Amoh, Piesie Esther, Stella Aba Seal, and the others stole the show.

The dunamis was eventually evoked as Captain Smart said last Tuesday when Apostle Francis Amoako-Attah led the over 160 pastors to form the pastors circle few minutes before 10am to ‘instruct’ the heavens to descend on the land.

Lives were touched including that of some pastors who received breakthrough in their ministries and personal lives.

As the name suggests, it was a breakfast show and indeed, food was available with variety of dishes ranging from the usual light beverages to what the typical Ghanaian describes as food. Thus; Milo, Oat, tombrown, tea, banku, TZ, Gɔbɛ and even fufu amongst other delicacies.

The spiritually-charged environment coupled with the fun the audience were having made them object to the closure of the programme but had no choice than to accept as the almost 8-hour event needed to see the curtain drawn for the next edition on the last Friday in January 2024.

Below are some photos from the programme:


By Felix Anim-Appau|