Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Meet Wayne Shelford, the legend who played a whole game with his scrotum burst open

Meet Wayne Shelford, the legend who played a whole game with his scrotum burst open


His scrotum burst open and he still refused to leave the field

This is a story of one of the toughest men in sport. Meet Wayne ‘Buck’ Shelford, a New Zealand rugby legend.

Buck was a notable victim of the infamous “Battle of Nantes”, one of the most aggressive games of rugby ever witnessed. During the game a French boot found its way into Shelford’s groin, somehow ripping his scrotum and leaving him with one testicle hanging free.


Shelford was caught at the bottom of a ruck 20 minutes into the game, losing four teeth, and sustained a large tear to his scrotum courtesy of a stray French boot.

Incredibly, Shelford had his injury stitched on the sideline and played on until deep into the second half, when a knock to the head left him concussed and unable to continue.

The Daily Telegraph
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Wayne is reluctantly withdrawn from the field. (Source/Youtube).

The aggression of the French rugby team was unprecedented, and many of the All Blacks suspected foul play. It would later transpire that many of the French players were pepped up on amphetamines, a reasonable explanation for there violent physicality.


“When I came out of the tunnel and I saw them, I looked into the eyes of many of the players as I walked past them, and their eyes did not say that they were going into a game against the All Blacks,”

“Their eyes just looked like they were on something, and I could not prove it.”
Wayne Shelford.


Get the full article with video here: Theversed.com

Thursday, July 12, 2018

All you need to know about Ibrah One

All you need to know about Ibrah One

1. He quit school after his Dad died so he can take care of his siblings

Ibrah one says he had to quit school after his dad died so he could run his Forex Bureau business so he could take care of his younger siblings. He revealed that he grew up in Dansoman and attended MASS Business Secondary School.

2. He’s being married for 10 years and has four kids

Yup, don’t drop your jaw. He said he got married at the age of 22 and has 4 kids. We may have seen just 2 of his kids on Social media but there are actually 2 more kids of his.

3. He’s into the selling of cars, renting of cars, and selling and renting of Properties.

According to him, during the time he was running his father’s Forex Burea business after his death, he picked interest in selling of cars and so he started that business too. He also got into real estate and has apartments that he rents and sells. So basically his income streams come from Forex Burea, selling and renting of cars, and real estate business.



4. He built his first house at the age of 24 and it cost him $161,000

åYeah, he built his first house at the age of 24 and it cost him $161,000. He said that was when the gossips started coming in that he was into Sakawa and drug trafficking but he says he’s not into any of that but he’s not bothered by people’s opinions about him anymore.

5. He said People he helped Back-stabbed him

According to Ibrah 1, the people he helped financially to start a business were the same people who back-stabbed him and are responsible for all the drama that happened some weeks ago.

6. He’s A Barcelona Fan

Ibrah says he loves football and is a fan of Barcelona and admires Messi a lot.

7. He owns 4 Cars now

According to Ibrah, he has four cars now. He has the Audi R8, a Benz CLS, and a G-Wagon…We’ve forgotten the 4th one. He has lots of other cars, he’s selling every now and then so sometimes it’s hard to tell which ones he’s not selling but the 3 are ones we see him drive most of the time. He owned a Ferrari sometime back but he’s sold that one already.




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WAEC Releases WASSCE 2018 Results. Check Your Results Here

WAEC Releases WASSCE 2018 Results. Check Your Results Here


The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released provisional results for the 2018 West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).




A statement signed by Agnes Teye-Cudjoe, Head of Public Affairs at WAEC, said the Council will soon despatch the results to the schools and candidates are advised to contact their heads of school for their results

WAEC said though it is in the process of dispatching the results to the various candidates “those who desire, may access their results at the Council’s website.”

The council is alerting members of the public especially candidates to be ware of impostors who promise to change examination results for a fee.

Click HERE to check


The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released provisional results for the 2017 West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).




A statement signed by Agnes Teye-Cudjoe, Head of Public Affairs at WAEC, said the Council will soon despatch the results to the schools and candidates are advised to contact their heads of school for their results


WASSCE leakages

Reports of widespread leakages in the examinations compelled WAEC to tighten its security measures. At least three papers according to WAEC, were “compromised”, but the council did not cancel any of the papers when the issue emanated.





WAEC said though it is in the process of dispatching the results to the various candidates “those who desire, may access their results at the Council’s website.”

The council is alerting members of the public especially candidates to be ware of impostors who promise to change examination results for a fee.

Based on the provisional results, the performance at A1-C6 in Mathematics showed a marked improvement over that of 2016 (32.83% to 42.73%), while English Language recorded a slight improvement (53.19% to 54.06%). On the contrary, Integrated Science showed slight drop from the 2016 performance (48.48% to 43.66%).

Click HERE to check

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Pregnant woman and baby die after failure to pay GHC500 'doctor motivation fee

Pregnant woman and baby die after failure to pay GHC500 'doctor motivation fee

News coming from the Suntreso Government Hospital in Kumasi is not pleasant. Information reaching us indicate that on Wednesday, 4 July 2018, a 30-year-old pregnant woman died with her unborn baby after the health post refused her entry into the labour ward because her husband could not immediately pay a GHC500 'Doctor Motivation Fee'.

Angela Afriyie Agyemang later died at the theatre just as her husband had made available the GHC500 fee for which she had been denied medical attention.





Pastor Solomon Lamo Latiff of the House of Faith Ministry in Kumasi, husband to the deceased, said he had taken his wife to the hospital the previous day when she started experiencing labour pangs after her due date exceeded by a week.

He told Moro Awudu on Class91.3FM's Executive Breakfast Show that one Dr Sarpong then informed him that a Caesarean Section (CS) was to be done but not until he had paid the GHC500 doctor motivation fee.

Pastor Agyemang said he intends suing the hospital for medical negligence, since, according to him, the hospital allowed several other women in labour into the theatre while his wife was kept sitting in a wheelchair for over three hours due to his inability to immediately pay the GHS500 'Doctor Motivation Fee'.

Sunday, July 8, 2018

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#TheAnasEffect: CAF Disciplinary board suspends 10 Ghanaian referees

#TheAnasEffect: CAF Disciplinary board suspends 10 Ghanaian referees

The decision was made on Saturday by the CAF Disciplinary board. “The following decisions were taken by the CAF Disciplinary board regarding the referees involved,” read the statement.

The Ghanaian officials were filmed in a BBC investigative piece by Ghanaian journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas receiving monies to influence football games on June 6 this year.



A statement issued and signed by the General Secretary of the association, Mr Joseph Ayita Mensah said: “All referees and assistant referees who appeared in the Anas exposé should not be appointed for any football match“.


Below are the Ghanaian referees who have been suspended by CAF.

1.Mr. Lathbridge Reginald, Referee (Ghana)
2. Mr. Bello Aboudou, Referee (Ghana)
3. Mr. Nantierre Eric, Assistant Referee (Ghana)
4. Mr. Fleischer Cecil, Referee (Ghana)
5. Mr. Anafo Nathan, Referee (Ghana)
6. Mr. Ouedraogo Dawood, Referee (Ghana)
7. Mr. Salifu Malik, Assistant Referee (Ghana)
8. Mrs. Akongyam Theresa, Women Assistant Referee (Ghana)
9. Mr. Badiu Brahim, Assistant Referee (Ghana)
10.Mr. David Laryea, Assistant Referee (Ghana)