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Renown Ghanaian - UK Tyre Dealer Advices Youth To Work Hard & Invest Wisely

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Popular UK-based Ghanaian Tyre dealer, Mr. Sean Frimpong also known as Zoro King has urged the youth to take their destiny into their hands by working hard and investing wisely.
That he said would make them financially-independent and sustainable.

The CEO of Seanpong Tyres made the remarks in an interview with SVTV Africa with host DJ Nyaami.

“Hard work does pay, and after every work, one gets paid, you don’t go about spending the money anyhow rather you save some for later use. So my advice to the youth is, work hard, save the money very seriously and invest wisely. That’s the only advice I can give.” He added.

Mr. Frimpong entreated the youth to take advantage of the every opportunity that comes their way, to make headway in life.

SEANPONG TYRES LTD is an active private limited company. The nature of the business is Retail trade of motor vehicle parts and accessories. The company's registered office is on Railway Street, Huddersfield.

Sean Frimpong has been in the tyre industry for over 18 years and lives and breathes tyres.

He has become one of the market leaders within the UK for import and export and sends thousands of tyres from his tyre empire abroad every year to countries all over the world.

For more information and enquiries about the company, log on to their website


I Lost $50,000 From My Transfer Because I Was Uneducated - Dan Coleman

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Dan Coleman was, no doubt, one of the most decorated Accra Hearts of Oak players. However, for a man who carried Accra Heats of Oak hopes on his shoulders for years, his current condition as jobless leaves you with a sour taste in the mouth.

The former player of Hearts of Oak has revealed that, he has lost an amount of $50,000 from his transfer due to ignorance and lack of education.

The former Hearts of Oak defender in an interview with SVTV Africa told host DJ Nyaami that, he was cheated by officials of his former club, Hearts of Oak during his transfer to a new club in Saudi Arabia.

“The new club I was moving was a $60,000 contract, to which I signed. However, the then coach of Hearts of Oak deceitfully took the money saying the money belongs to Hearts of Oak and I was paid $8,000 a month and I ignorantly agreed because I didn’t know how it was done.” He added.

Coleman added that, he had to quit the playing for the Suadi Arabian club because he felt being cheated and wasn’t making enough money as a player.

Dan Cole likes keeping a low profile, which, by his admission, could be a disadvantage. Many people think he is not ambitious about life and others have taken advantage of him.

The affable defender has played for the Ghana National team for years.

He said, he quit football and left Ghana because no club in Ghana was willing to work with him because he played for Hearts of Oak.

Dan Coleman however noted that, he is working hard in educating himself and using his experience to be a football coach someday.


I’m The First Senior Police Officer To Have A Successful Music Career In Ghana

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Celebrated Police Officer and Gospel musician, SP Kofi Sarpong, put up a sterling performance at the launch of his new single titled ‘Messiah’ of his upcoming.

The Media Excel Production signee who is known for his hit songs like ‘African  Borborbor’, ‘Agyenkwa’ and many more is preparing a special album package to be released soon and this happens to be the first single released from the album.

In an interview with SVTV Africa at the launch of his new single, Kofi Sarpong revealed that, even though there are some police officers who double as musicians, he is the first senior police officer to have a successful music career and paving way for other police officers to follow.

“I’ve heard names like Ewurama Badu among others but she was part of a band. But as senior police officer, I’m the first to have done music commercially and have a successful music career, and also paving ways for other police officers to follow.” He added.

Commenting on his new song, he pointed out that, he had the inspiration to this song after God sustain and saved him from an accident he had two years.

“Yeah, I wrote this song myself. I got the inspiration after God delivered from me an accident I had two years ago also He sustaining me in this industry for the past ten years.”

Kofi Sarpong’s new song simply confers all authority on the Lord Jesus Christ who becomes a rock of salvation to anyone who comes to him. It is a thanksgiving to the Lord for his protection and being the Messiah (The Saviour) to the righteous.



Lady Recounts How She Was Initiated into Ashawo by Her Father

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A 20 year old lady has narrated the harrowing story of her life which has been filled with sexual assault from her father every year since she was 11 years old.

It is not easy for a 20-year-old to come to terms with the fact that she was defiled and impregnated by her own father. Seated and carrying her five-year-old baby on the laps, Abena (not real name) sorrowfully narrates her journey through the valley of depression.

Abena, narrated to SVTV Africa how she has been a victim of her father’s perverse libido. She told host DJ Nyaami on how her father started sleeping with her at 11 and despite the abominable nature of his actions he has not stopped.

In fact, according to the girl he pretends to be teaching her and through that, takes advantage and sleeps with her.

“It is because of my father, that I’m in this situation, doing prostitution. My dad started having sex with me when I was young at about eleven or twelve years old, as at the time we came to Tema community nine. I remember, he offered to teach me and if I don’t understand anything, he punishes me by sleeping with me but I couldn’t tell anyone what my dad was doing because he threatened to beat and kill me if I tell anyone.”

According to her, the constant sex left her pregnant at age fourteen.

“At age fourteen, I became pregnant. When I told my father, he asked me not to tell any other person, promising to help me to abort. He gave me some medicine, but I refuse to take it and told him I’ll reveal the secret but he threatened me that, he will take me to the Prampram sea and kill me there, out of fear, I didn’t tell anybody. He then sent me to his friend’s place at community eight.”

Abena revealed that, she gave birth in the six month of pregnancy unlike the normal nine-month journey. She pointed out that, her son eventually died after breast milk started oozing out of his nose.

Abena further revealed that her ordeal continued after she lost her son, she was sometimes maltreated and chained by her father to prevent her from going out. After sometime, she realized, she is pregnant again by her father.

Such stories come out every once in a while and they never stop being sad.

Abena’s life story is certainly a sad one. Watch the video below and listen to her full story:

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