We have seen some photos from the funeral of the popular Ghanaian disc jockey and radio presenter, Isaac De-Graft Danquah who is known in showbiz as DJ Advicer.
The renowned media personality was buried today and this comes after he was confirmed dead on March 4 after suffering from a short illness.
He was the host of Happy FM’s drive time show, ‘Ayekoo After Drive’ and his funeral was attended by his friends, family and some media industry players.
See the photos below;
Meanwhile, a Ghanaian student has been refused admission to SHS even after passing his examination.
He was denied admission on the basis that he is an ex-convict. The boy is a 23-year-old boy identified as Abu Safianu Yahaya.
His story was shared on the Facebook page of the Crime Check Foundation and it reads;
“23-year-old ex-convict, Abu Safianu Yahaya who dreams of becoming a nurse has his hopes dashed because of his ex-convict status. He has therefore appealed to the government to come to his aid to gain admission into any of the three different Senior High Schools who refused to enroll him.
“My own siblings stigmatize me and accuse me of stealing. A sardine got missing in the house and they said I stole it. I nearly cried. I have threatened to commit suicide if I don’t get admission. I want the government to help me.” He appealed.
He claimed that, the management of the schools, Awe Senior High School, Fumbisi Senior High School and the Sandema Senior High School all in the Northern Region refused to admit him because they realized he was an ex-convict though he got aggregate sixteen (16) in the Basic Education Certificate Examination, BECE.”