Saturday , 8 May 2021
Home » 2019 » August (page 4)

Monthly Archives: August 2019

Asamponhene Murder case: police secures court order to arrest key suspect

The Ashanti Regional Police Command has secured a court order for the arrest of one Saddat Mohammed, a key suspect in the murder of Nana Kwadwo Afodour, the Asamponhene of the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II. The suspect, popular known as “Alhaji” was said to be in the company of the late chief hours prior to his murder at Ebuom …

Read More »

Africa records no wild polio for three years

Africa has passed a milestone threshold with three years of no detection of wild poliovirus according to a comprehensive evaluation process made by the Africa Regional Certification Commission. A statement signed and copied to the Ghana News Agency by Mr Collins Boakye-Agyemang, the Communications Officer of the World Health Organisation (WHO), explained that the evaluation was to determine if the …

Read More »

Come over – Amidu summons suspended PPA CEO

Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu has formally written to the suspended CEO of the Public Procurement Authority (PPA), Mr A.B. Adjei, to make himself available for investigation following allegations of corruption levelled against him. In a letter dated Thursday, 22 August 2019, Mr Amidu stated that: “You are accordingly being invited, both as the Chief Executive Officer of the Public Procurement …

Read More »

Junior Agogo: Five things to know about the former Black Stars striker

Former Black Stars striker Manuel Junior Agogo passed away in a hospital in London earlier today [Thursday]. Having had his career unceremoniously cut short after he suffered a stroke, Agogo met his sad demise at a hospital in London. He might not have been the flashiest, most skilful or quickest player around but when Agogo took to the field and …

Read More »

The president must do more than talk – Oscar Yao Doe

Businessman and philanthropist, Oscar Yoa Doe, says President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo must hold accountable, persons whose decisions are undermining the economy. The executive chairman of DOSCAR Group of companies, parent company of Eurostar Global Limousine, a luxury car rental company operating in three African countries, said the president’s words must be matched by action. President Akufo-Addo on Tuesday faulted …

Read More »

Banking crisis: You chose a chaotic path – Mahama to government

Former President John Mahama has criticised government for choosing a chaotic path in addressing the challenges in the financial sector. According to him, the state could have explored alternatives that could have reduced the burden and despondency that have afflicted customers and employees of financial institutions. In his maiden live Facebook encounter, Mr. Mahama said a future NDC government will …

Read More »

‘Let us observe religious tolerance for peace and prosperity’ – Spiritual Head

Swami Brahmananda Sarasawati Paramahamsa, a renowned African Yogi and Spiritual Head of Dharma Nyame Mission in Accra, has called on religious bodies and faiths to tolerate each other for peace. He said: “God is one but the paths to Him are many and that religious tolerance is key for peace and prosperity and therefore there is no need for us …

Read More »

2019 African Games: Senegal pip Ghana

Ghana’s U-20 side suffered a 0-1 defeat against their Senegalese counterparts in their second group game of the ongoing Africa Games at the Stade Municipale in Rabat, Morocco. The Les Lions de la Teranga (Young Lions of Teranga) scored very early in the game through Ibrahima Drame header to unsettle the Black Satellites who came into the game very confident …

Read More »

GSA, GEPA sensitise exporters in Takoradi

The Ghana Shippers Authority in collaboration with the Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) has organized an Exporters Forum in Takoradi to address challenges confronting exporters in their businesses in order to boost the export trade through the Port of Takoradi. The Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Shippers’ Authority, Benonita Bismarck, in a speech read on her behalf by the …

Read More »

Global Access Savings and Loans lost US$5 million to fraud – Kofi Amoah reveals

The majority shareowner of defunct Global Access Savings and Loans, Dr. Kofi Amoah, has opened the lid to some of the challenges the company went through which culminated in having its license revoked by the Bank of Ghana. Dr. Kofi Amoah, whose company Progeny Ventures owns Global Access Savings and Loans speaking on Good Evening Ghana, a current affairs show …

Read More »