I spent $50M on Sunday Services in 2019 -Kanye West

 I spent $50M on Sunday Services in 2019 -Kanye West



 I spent $50M on Sunday Services in 2019 -Kanye West

 I spent $50M on Sunday Services in 2019 -Kanye West

Father, stretch his credit. Kanye West’s latest interview — with Nick Cannon for his “Cannon’s Class” podcast is, unsurprisingly, everywhere the place.

The rapper is discussing religion, Planned Parenthood, Forbes, his presidential campaign and therefore the 2009 VMAs (again), over the course of roughly 44 minutes. (And that’s just part 1!).

That said, one among the foremost concrete details from the interview comes from West discussing his personal finances. Apparently, his increasingly elaborate Sunday Service productions have quite the high tag attached, which West, 43, says he purchased together with his Yeezy marketing budget.

“Every dollar I had. I spent $50 million last year on Sunday Service if you add up the operas if you add up the flights. it had been 120 people getting to Jamaica. The Yeezys, they were selling themselves. So rather than paying for ads, I invested it within the church. I invested in spreading gospel.”

As if that wasn’t enough to send his accountants’ agita tap-dancing, West also announced that he’s been mulling over the thought of shopping for the paparazzi. As in, all of them; he says it’s “always been a thought of mine.”

“I’ll hop within the car with a paparazzi; I hire paparazzi,” he said. “I know [business is] down ’cause of COVID, i’m hiring. I’ll buy all the paparazzi companies. I wanna pick the precise photos.”

As we mentioned, this is but part 1 of the entire interview, so strap in.

 I spent $50M on Sunday Services in 2019 –Kanye West

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Weighing Scales Distributed To GES to make sure Equity In SHSs Food Supplies


Ghana’s Education Minister, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh following reports of the unevenness in food supplies has presented over 800 weighing scales to the Ghana Education Service to address issues of disproportion.

The over 800 weighing scales would be distributed by the Ghana Education Service to Senior High Schools. This will be across the country under the Akufo-Addo government’s Free SHS program. Which is to solve the inequality of food supplies.

However, NAPO noted the procurement of the weighing scales. That follows complain that some schools were over receiving fewer supplies. Than what’s charged for payment by the providers.

Also, according to the Education Minister. There are currently 722 Senior High Schools under the Free SHS program in the country. While each of the procured scales which delayed for three years costs about $800.

“If something could collapse the Free SHS Policy,” the Minister said, “it would have been the feeding of the students.”

“When the schools were complaining of the number of food supplies they were receiving. We thought that why don’t we get them scales that have been standardised by the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA). That will be use to weigh all the supplies to ensure that the quantity is accurate,” he said.

However, the Director-General of GES, Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa in his remarks. He urged schools and suppliers to use the size for its intended purpose.

Professor Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa noted the scales would make it easier for the Ghana Education Service (GES) to facilitate the payment of suppliers of the food items.

The Director-General further advised heads of Senior High Schools (SHSs) to always ensure that suppliers delivered the right quantities of food items to their school on time.

Weighing Scales Distributed To GES to make sure Equity In SHSs Food Supplies

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