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General News of Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Source: stephen a.quaye

Feature: Titus Glover is not dead

Titus Glover having fun in Toronto, Canada Titus Glover having fun in Toronto, Canada

It has become like having an incurable disease inside the Ghanaian community the fight against fake death news of very important people in the social media without cross check.

This practice where some unscrupulous persons hide behind their laptops and post death notices or news about very important people on the social media platform has been going on for years now without any sign it would be curbed soon.

Former President John Agyekum Kufuor, John Evans Atta Mills, Jerry John Rawlings and even former First Lady Mrs. Theresa Kufuor all at a particular point in time had shock of fake news of they reported dead in the social media.

Four days ago, the social media was once again flooded with fake death news of the Deputy Minister for Transport Nii Kwartei Titus Glover, as the false news had it that he was involved in a vehicular accident.

The Deputy Minister has rubbished the death news as fake news. But some people’s mobile phones were still receiving that fake news via whatsapp.

As a true son of Ga Dangbe who never misses attending and participating in Ga Homowo cultural festival celebration in Toronto-Canada, expectation was very high for him over the weekend.

Apart from going to cover the event, yours truly eyes kept darting around in Forum Banquet Hall where the dinner dance was held as to whether appearing of Titus Glover would be made to further proof that he was dead.

Lo and behold the lenses of your truly camera captured the appearance of the Deputy Minister for Transport Titus Glover who came to dine and make merry with his family, friends and love ones in Toronto as they wrapped the annual Homowo festival with a dinner dance.

Thickly sound from pressing buttons of cameras from tens of people who attended the function was heard as they took photographs of the minister chatting with his friends, taking to the floor and boogie, boogie or addressing the gathering.

It was however suggested to the Ghana Journalist Association [G.J.A.], to take initiative to address the canker by holding workshops for the media house key to stressing on double cross-checking on news tips before going public.

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