Kanu Nwankwo’s Wife in Tango with Osaze Odemwingie Kanu Nwankwo’s wife, Amara reacts after being called out by Osaze Odemwingie for ‘chasing him’ Amara Kanu, wife of legendary footballer, Nwankwo Kanu has opened up after being called out by a former Nigerian footballer, Osaze Odemwingie. Osaze had called out Kanu’s wife for stalking him and incessantly disturbing with chats which he finds uncomfortable. In a lengthy post via Instagram, Odemwingie wrote in part; “How can a wife of a legend like @kingkanu4 be chasing me for a chat relentlessly ( check ur DM check your DM ) na by force ? @amarakanu. Your husband has my number and it’s not in our culture to msg another man without asking your husband.” In reaction, Amara Kanu has debunked the allegation of wanting anything to do with him, that in fact, Kanu is aware of the development. She wrote; “oh no no no. Kindly take this post down. @Kingkanu4 is fully aware of this. We want to talk to you as a family
A total of 676 school children in the Volta Region have been impregnated during the Coronavirus period, spanning March to September, a report by the Ghana Education Service (GES) has revealed
Of the figure, 176 of the pregnancies were recorded among primary pupils, 325 in Junior High (JHS), and 175 in Senior High School (SHS)
A total of 285 nursing mothers are also recorded to be in school, the majority in the JHS and SHS.
Keta recorded the highest pregnancies with 92, Hohoe followed with 86, and Ketu South came third with 82 pregnancies.
Mr Gideon Tsawodzi, Volta Regional Guide Coordinator of the GES, revealed the data at a meeting of the Volta Regional Child Protection Committee.
He said the situation was endemic, and that late admission to school had been identified as the primary cause.
Mr Tsawodzi said gaps in guidance and counseling also remained a key factor.
He said communities had also become sexually promiscuous, and were not able to safeguard the sexual rights of the girl-child.
Mrs Millicent Dakeh, Regional Girls Officer with the GES, said the figures could be higher, as schools were not in session and some girls had left their localities during the survey.