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June, 2017

  • 22 June

    Mzbel Sends Ex-President Rawlings Birthday Cake As He Turns 70 Today

    Hurray! Ex-President Jerry John Rawlings turns 70 today and Ghana’s most controversial female musician Mzbel is wishing him a blissful day with a cake. The musician who referred to the former president as her best friend took to her Instagram page and prayed for God’s blesses protection, wisdom and long …

  • 20 June

    A Group Petitions Nana Addo; Wants Finance Minister Suspend

    A policy think tank, Strategic Thinkers Network (STRANEK) has petitioned the President of Ghana over the Finance Ministry’s issuance of the controversial 2.25b dollar bond urging to the president to suspend the finance minister, Ken Ofori Attah pending the investigations of the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ). …

  • 16 June

    Youth Innovate for SDGs contest will award one young African with $750 to fund innovative initiatives for children

    ACCRA, GHANA (June 15, 2016) –  In honour of the Day of the African Child, Reach for Change Africa has launched its annual innovation contest that asks youth to pitch innovative ideas that could improve African children’s lives while working towards the UN’s 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The contest, …

  • 16 June

    Less than a year in office; Nana Addo records one international DEMO

    Pictures circulating on the social media suggest that some Ghanaians from all walks of life in the United Kingdom and Ireland gathered at Westminster and demonstrated against the government of President Akufo-Addo. According to reports, the less than a year in office president of Ghana, who was at the Westminster …

  • 15 June

    Nana Addo scraps ‘nuisance taxes’; imposing ‘funny levies’ – IMANI Boss

    Mr. Franklin Cudjo, the founding president of a educational and policy think thank, IMANI Ghana has described the newly announced levies by the NPP government as “funny levies”. He was questioning bases for the yet to be announced ‘compulsory vehicle towing levy’, saying, if the levy is only one of …

  • 14 June

    A Teacher Donates ‘lovers bench’ to Nkwanta Senior High Technical School

    Mr. Bernard Potakey, an ICT teacher at the newly built Nkwanta Senior High Technical School has donated three (3) avenue seats “lovers bench” to the school the in the Volta Region. The headmaster, Mr. Avevor who received the items on behalf of the students, teachers and PTA, thanked Mr. Potakey for …

  • 13 June

    Chamba-Salaga road to be cut off during this rainy season

    A portion of the road linking Chamba to Salaga in the Northern Region will soon be cut off, meaning the commuters and passengers cannot pass through the road to their destinations. Avery deep  life-threatening pot hole has developed on the road near a bridge between Chamba and Gungumpa (the home …

  • 12 June

    “I was coerced to press charges against Lawyer Sosu” – Agyare confesses

    A shocking revelation has emerged from the circumstances that led to the three-year ban handed over to renowned Human Right lawyer, Francis Xavier Sosu by the General Legal Council (GCL). The 46-year old Francis Agyare who reported his lawyer, Francis Xavier Sosu, to the General Legal Council has confessed that …

  • 12 June

    I faced internal opposition – Cephas Arthur

    Superintendent Cephas Arthur, a former Director of Public Affairs of the Ghana Police, has reminded the media that beginning Monday, June 12 he ceases to speak on behalf of the Ghana Police Service. He has been transferred from the Police Headquarters to serve as the Commander of the East Legon …

  • 12 June

    Chamba-Kimoateek D/A Primary School In A Deplorable State; Pupils Study Under Bad Conditions

    Kimoateek D/A Primary School in Chamba in the Nanumba North District of the Northern Region is in a deplorable state as the classroom blocks are not in good condition, making the pupils to study under bad weather conditions. The school currently has pupils’ population of over seven hundred (700) in …