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Ebony’s boyfriend O Gee details last moments with her before her death

O Gee has on many occasions referred to Ebony as his best friend and “mother”. In a video sighted on the Facebook wall of Betty Hillari Gigibel Essel, Ebony and O Gee, also a musician, are captured in different moods and settings “playing” love. In one of the setting, O Gee had his head buried in Ebony’s abdomen and she …

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Ghanaians need befitting roads not befitting burials – Radio presenter

A radio presenter in Sunyani, Ms Melvina Frimpong Manso has stated that Ghanaians need befitting roads and not befitting burials for the nation to derive maximum benefit from the contributions of its professionals. She therefore appealed to the responsible state entities like the Ministry of Roads and Highways as well as the Departments of Urban and Feeder Roads to be …

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Obeng Manu fingered after contracting ‘robbers’ to attack NPP secretary

Alleged ‘robbers’ on Monday stormed the residence of the New Juaben Constituency Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Isaac Agyabeng and made away with the Constituency album (a register containing list of voters) , GHc4,700, iphone, Samsung phone and other personal belongings. In a report filed by Peace FM’s Eastern Region correspondent, Michael Akrofi Monday morning, the security man …

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Be guided by interest of Togolese people – Akufo-Addo tells opposition leaders

President Akufo-Addo has urged the government, and the leaders of Togo’s Opposition, to be guided, always, by Togo’s interests, as well as the interests of the Togolese people, in a bid to find a lasting solution to the on-going political impasse in that country. He said, the desire of the Togolese people “for a better life, their desire to live …

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Mahama is indecisive – Bagbin jabs

A presidential hopeful of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Alban Bagbin, has described ex-President John Dramani Mahama as indecisive. According to him, Mr. Mahama faltered in taking key decisions as leader of the country. Mr Bagbin said, “Mr Mahama has several attributes as a person that I admire a lot but decision taking is sometimes his major challenge.” Speaking in …

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Amidu’s appointment shows Nana Addo is serious – Rawlings

Following the appointment of former Attorney General, Martin Amidu as Special Prosecutor, former President Jerry John Rawlings has called on Japan and other developed countries to refrain from holding back in offering support to Ghana. Speaking in a meeting with the new Japanese Ambassador to Ghana, Tsutomu Himeno, Mr. Rawlings said: “the appointment of Amidu as Special Prosecutor from outside …

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An enactment of slavery in the 16th to 19th century by The De’Blessing Foundation founded by some unfortunate drop outs in La The Foundation which organises classes for pupils and students in the vicinity fetes them yearly Prior to this year’s party, the youngsters led by the group’s vice chairman, Nii Osa Kunta Kinte re-enacted scenes from times of the …

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Jerome Boateng opens up about his love for Ghana

German international Jerome Boateng has opened up on some personal reasons behind his tattoos. On the left arm of the World Cup winner is a beautiful artwork of Africa and Ghana which he explains is a demonstration of his love for Africa and Ghana, his father’s land. Boateng who has visited Africa once but yet to step foot on the …

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Group demands probe into GWCL desalination contract

A group calling itself the Concerned Ghanaians Association is calling on the government to commence an investigation into the award of contract for the construction of the Desalination Plant in Teshie. The $125m desalination plant was constructed in 2015 to desalinate 60,000m3 of seawater a day providing fresh water to more than 300,000 people in various municipalities of the Greater …

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Don’t charge unapproved fees – Akufo-Addo advises SHS heads

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says no headmaster or headmistress of any Senior High School in the country is to charge any unapproved or illegal fees, or charge fees already exempted under the Free SHS policy. According to President Akufo-Addo, he knows there are a handful of reactionary elements in the country who are determined to …

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