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Teachers of Abuvie Kpong M/A Primary School shares space with reptiles

Teachers of the Kpong Abuvie Municipal Assembly School in the Shai Osudoku District in the Greater Accra Region have unwanted companions like rats, lizards, scorpion, snakes among others to contend with in their rooms. The reptiles, rodents and other insects have found their way into the rooms of the teachers who are currently battling with acute accommodation challenges few meters …

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Only foolish men lick private parts of women – Maurice Ampaw

Men who engage in oral sex have been described as “foolish, perverted and abnormal” individuals who must have no place in the circles of reasonable people, MyNewsGh.com reports. The act, according to private legal practitioner and founder of the Legal Advocacy Foundation, Dr Maurice Ampaw, does not only deviates from the natural order of sexual intercourse but also breaches the …

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I’m still a founding member of NDC – Martin Amidu hits back

Martin Alamisi Burnes Kaiser Amidu, Ghana’s Special Prosecutor insists he is still a founding member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) despite internal machinations to strip him off that title. “I insisted that whether they liked it or not I was a foundation member of the original NDC which the new NDC of 2016 couldn’t take from me”, he …

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Sports Ministry in u-turn on male football participation in All Africa games

The Ministry of Youth and Sports has made a sharp u-turn on the participation of male football team at the upcoming All Africa games in Rabat, Morocco after a last ditch attempt from members of the Ghana Football Association. This was after the International Games and Competitions Committee (IGCC) deemed Ghana’s participation of the tournament as not representing value for …

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Fanti women are foolish – Badu Kobi warns congregation

The founder and leader of the Glorious Wave Ministries International, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has described women within Coastal lands of Ghana as unwise and unmarriageable materials admonishing prospective husband snot to marry from that tribes compared to others in the parts of the country. “Fanti women are foolish sometimes and Ewes too are doormats. But for Ashanti women no!” …

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I’ve silenced my critics – Akufo-Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said the successful implementation of the Free Senior High School (SHS) program and the prudent measures put in place to address its associated challenges has left critics with nothing to talk about. “There were many who doubted that we can actually roll out the free SHS we promised Ghanaians. Many people especially those from …

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Natural Hair Expo to be held in Accra

As part of activities to mark the Year of Return, there will be the Natural Hair Expo scheduled to take place from August 3rd to August 5th 2019 at La Palm Royal Beach Hotel. The maiden edition of the Expo will feature panel discussions, educational workshops, hair braiding techniques, a hair show, live entertainment, and local and international vendors. A …

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How China is slowly expanding its power in Africa, one TV set at a time

In the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya, Michael Nganga is watching a Chinese Kung Fu movie. His small home in Limuru village doesn’t have running water and its walls are made from corrugated metal. Yet outside, where chickens roam the yard, the father-of-two, who repairs shoes for a living, has a large Chinese-built satellite dish that connects his old television set …

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US government orders first federal executions since 2003

The US federal government is to resume executing death-row inmates after a 16-year hiatus, the justice department has announced. Attorney General William Barr said in a statement he had directed the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) to schedule the executions of five inmates. Mr Barr said the five had been convicted of murders or rapes of children or the elderly. The …

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Ghanaian reported missing from Chinese fishing vessel

One Emmanuel Essien, a fishing observer assigned to the Meng Xin 15, a Chinese Vessel operating in Ghana, has been reported missing for about three weeks now. Emmanuel Essien some three weeks ago embarked on a scheduled observer mission with the said vessel but has since not been seen. His colleagues allege that the vessel returned from its deep-sea operations …

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