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Afriyie Acquah divorces Amanda

Information reaching ultimate1069.com indicates that Black Star player Afriyie Acquah has divorced his wife Amanda after the latter is being accused of engaging in extra marital affairs with other men including teammate of the player. It is gathered that the player who initiated the divorce processes somewhere last year, has duly completed everything and now has the clearance from the …

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At 72, I feel relevant and young – Nana

Flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Akufo-Addo, has said, on his 72nd birthday that: “Inside me, I feel very relevant and alive.” Quoting the maxim ‘age is just a number’, the three-time flagbearer of Ghana’s biggest opposition party said Tuesday in an interview with Kasapa FM’s Fiifi Banson that he felt “young” despite his age. Nana Akufo-Addo was …

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First Lady calls for assistance in healthcare delivery

Sunyani (B/A), March 29, GNA – The First Lady, Mrs Lordina Mahama, has called on stakeholders to help government to fulfill the obligation of protecting the health of citizens. She said health professionals, on the other hand, must be motivated to contribute their quota in achieving health for all. ‘We must all, therefore, endeavour to work towards enhancing the work …

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Mahama won’t stage a ‘terror operation’ on Nana Addo – Baako

The Editor-In-Chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper, Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako has noted that President John Dramani Mahama will under no circumstance label NPP’s Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as a ‘terrorist’ or stage a ‘terror operation’ on him as purported. He made this comment after government denied strongly raiding the offices of the policy think tank Danquah Institute and …

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Interior Ministry: Capt Koda’s arrest reminiscent of 2014 ‘civil insurrection’ probe

The Interior Ministry has released a statement on the arrest of the three South African ex police men and the attendant political ruckus, insisting security agencies are on top of the issues. The fourteen point statement among other things justified the arrest of head of security for NPP flagbearer, Capt (rtd) Edmund Koda, who was being held by the Bureau …

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Zabzugu residents still homeless a week after downpour

Help is yet to come to residents of Zabzugu in the Northern Region, a week after a heavy downpour rendered them homeless. The over 200 residents now live in a deplorable condition hoping the National Disaster Management Organisation will come to their aid. The rain has also affected education with the roof of some of the schools ripped off. The …

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Ama Ata Aidoo honorary story competition launched

The Centre for Gender Studies & Advocacy, University of Ghana, has announced an Ama Ata Aidoo Short Story Competition as part of its 10th Anniversary Celebration. This competition will be in honour of Professor Ama Ata Aidoo for her multiple roles as a pan-African feminist, an author, poet and playwright. Prospective entrants into the competition must be an African and …

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Social media can plunge Ghana into war – GMA warns

The President of the Ghana Medical Association (GMA), Dr Kwabena Opoku-Adusei, has warned that the country may be plunged into needless disturbances if false publications and broadcasts in the media, especially on social media, are not checked. He said social media had become a tool for persons thrilled with propagating false and malicious information to promote their agenda, warning that …

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Akuse Methodist old students donate to Alma mater

Akuse, (E/R) March 27, GNA – The Old Students of the Akuse Methodist Senior High/Technical School, AMESTOSA, has presented a 5,000 litre polytank to the School to ease its water problems. Dr. Clement Kadogbe, the President of the AMETOSA, who presented the water storage tank, on behalf of the members, said it was their modest contribution towards supporting the School …

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Agyin-Asare holds key to Ghana’s freedom – Prophet

The only man to reverse the curse invoked on Ghana is founder of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare. According to Prophet Amehe Atsu, the Bishop must as a matter of urgency bury a bible with a bowl of local salt to revoke Ghana’s curse. The founder and leader of Joy of Healing Miracle Centre at Morboleh near Afienya in …

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