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March, 2017

  • 23 March

    “Dbanj” is one of the best Artiste in Nigeria says -CK Morgan

    German R&B artiste of Ghanaian descent, CK Morgan, born Frank Morgan, has opened up on his music career and talked about Award winning nigerian artiste “Dbanj”. CK told presenter Lucky Alade on Bloom Radio “Nigeria” that Dbanj is one of  the best Artist in Nigeria and would love to collaborate with him on a song in the future. CK also told Lucky …

  • 19 March

    ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND THE ESCORT POLICE

    It used to be a general notion among the civilian populace that the Ghanaian police officer doesn’t speak good English. It is even believed that he doesn’t understand it so if he arrests you particularly on motor traffic offence, just speak English only if you are educated and you will have your way. Truly, many educated people escaped the hooks …

  • 18 March

    Road Traffic Accidents In Ghana: Let’s Enforce The Road Traffic Regulations Strictly

    The word accident by definition means that there is no intent of commission or omission so that does not necessarily make one liable criminally especially if it’s road traffic accident. Due to this, the National Road Safety Commission has been advocating for the use of the word “crush” in place of accidents since there is elements of negligence in most …

  • 12 March

    WATCH OUT: Infinix set to unleash the hottest note 4

    Infinix Note 4, the hottest version from the Note family is set to hit the Ghanaian market soon amidst high expectations from the camp of Infinix. The new Infinix Note 4, as the name implies when released, automatically becomes the upgraded version of erstwhile Note 3 handset. It is believed to be fortified with the necessary tools to satisfy the …

  • 8 March

    60 Years On, Fully Equipping And Properly Maintaining The Police For Ghana’s Future As We Mobilise

    Those who chose the theme for Ghana at 60 celebrations, chose the words carefully, and beautifully crafted as the words ring hope and project for a better future for  mother Ghana with confidence  – mobilising for Ghana’s future. It’s an interesting theme well chosen and framed to suit life after 60 years of Ghana’s independence and how we should all …

  • 5 March

    Facebook’s Chief Product Officer visits Ghana to learn from its tech and creative talent

    Chris’s visit is part of a week-long trip to Nigeria, Ghana and Senegal where Chris is keen to understand how creatives, developers and entrepreneurs are using mobile technology to create services, content and businesses that address local needs. ACCRA, Ghana, March 1, 2017/ — Chris Cox, Chief Product Officer at Facebook (www.Facebook.com), visited the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) …

February, 2017

  • 28 February

    NDC Never Resolved Dumsor Before Leaving Office

    Iddi Muhayu-Deen writes… With the preponderance of evidence and undisputed reality, the Ghanaian people are increasingly coming to the realization that the NDC lied to us about the state of our debilitating energy crisis in the runup to the December polls. They lied to us when they said they had resolved the dumsor crisis. They lied to us when they …

  • 28 February

    With Akufo-Addo In Charge Now, What Ill Again For Ghana?

    Folks, any genuine observer of the post-Election 2016 Ghanaian situation will be honest to say that there isn’t any magnificent difference between Ghana under John Mahama (or his predecessors) and the NPP’s Akufo-Addo (and any reference to whatever the United Party tradition boasted of doing to make Ghana a paradise and why it failed). Too much flight into self-righteousness, shouting …

  • 23 February

    Ghanaians attacked in renewed xenophobic attacks in South Africa

    Hundreds of foreign nationals have sought refuge at a local police station in South Africa, almost four days after a series of alleged xenophobic attacks swept through parts of the country, a Ghanaian has told Abusua FM. In what appears to be a renewed xenophobic attacks against other nationals, some Ghanaians were part of other foreign nationals, mostly Nigerians and …

  • 23 February

    President’s Power Sector Policies Commendable But Silence On Petroleum Sector Policies Regrettable

    The Africa Centre for Energy Policy wishes to congratulate the President on delivering his maiden State of the Nation Address (SONA). We recognise the bold and progressive initiatives announced in the SONA to tackle the power sector challenges which pose significant threat to the stability of the sector and the economy as a whole. We however regret the apparent silence …