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You will always have a home here with us – Akufo-Addo tells Africans in the Diaspora

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, in a televised Christmas message to Ghanaians, said fellow Africans in the Diaspora will always have a home here in Ghana. Speaking on the ‘Year of Return’ initiative by the government, President Akufo-Addo expressed hope that Africans in the Diaspora will enjoy Ghana’s warm hospitality and colourful heritage. “And to our brothers and sisters and …

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Stray animals take over major streets in Kumasi

Major streets and intersections in the once “Garden City” of Kumasi have been taken over by stray animals, especially, cattle. The age-old phenomenon appears to have worsened due, perhaps, to high demand for livestock for Christmas festivities. Beside the public nuisance and danger, sanitation is a major worry as the animals leave their droppings along the streets, with little or …

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Asante Kotoko’s Yacouba adjudged Ghana Premier League top star

Asante Kotoko attacker Songne Yacouba has been rated as the most exciting player in Ghana, just before the Premier League kicks off on Sunday. The 2019 Ghana Premier League Report, released by the African Sports Centre for Data, Research and Technology (ASC), sees the Burkina Faso international ranked top of the pack of a nation-wide survey. Chosen by 16 per …

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Accra Central ‘deserted’ on Christmas Day as usual heavy traffic peters out

The usually busy Central Business District of Accra was on Christmas Day, Wednesday, December 25, a pale shadow of itself. The boisterous activities that characterise this part of Ghana’s capital on any day, including the days leading up to Christmas Day, were all missing. The streets looked deserted, with only a fraction of the commercial activities concentrated in the Kantamanto …

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Fulanis appeal for establishment of milk factory

The Fulani Community in the Upper West Region has appealed to government to consider establishing a milk processing factory to process cow milk for local consumption and export. Establishing the milk and meat processing factories has become necessary because Upper West has a large ranch of cattle, which produced a lot of raw milk. Mr Abukari Surebaba, the Spokesperson for …

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Goldstar Air honours Chief Imam

Goldstar Air, a wholly-owned Ghanaian company has honoured the National Chief Imam, Sheikh Osmanu Nuhu Sharabutu for the contributions he has made towards enhancing religious tolerance and societal harmony in Ghana. Presenting the citation to the Chief Imam during a ceremony on Wednesday (December 25, 2019) in Accra, the Executive Chairman and CEO of Goldstar Air, Mr Eric Bannerman announced …

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Government asked to allocate 10 per cent of Common Fund to chiefs

The African Centre for Traditional Governance and Community Development has proposed allocation of 10 per cent of the District Assemblies’ Common Fund (DACF) to chiefs to support development in their localities. The Non-Governmental Organisation advocating the involvement of chiefs in governance believes failure to allocate resources to chiefs coupled with a constitutional provision barring them from engaging in partisan politics …

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Popular prophet predicts Mahama’s victory ahead of 2020 elections

Popular Prophet Nigel Gaissie has said all the visions he has received about the 2020 elections shows former President John Mahama is winning the 2020 elections hands down. Speaking in an interview monitored by MyNewsGh.com, the prophet said to be very sure about what he has been seeing, he travelled to Israel six times and prayed for clarity over the …

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Merry Christmas and stay blessed

Dear brothers and sisters Tonight we join millions in recalling perhaps one of the most unique aspects of the Christian story, which is often forgotten, the humility of God.   The beauty of Christ’s humility on this holy night reveals as much as it conceals. He demonstrates through his own birth, the meaning of humility, which is to “give up …

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Christmas is a time of great hope – Joyce Aryee

Christmas is a time of great hope, the Executive Director of Salt and Light Ministries has assured Ghanaians Wednesday on Joy FM. Speaking on Joy Time in His Presence, Joyce Aryee said the season is “about God loving us so dearly, tenderly and deciding to come into our midst to change our lives.” According to her, God chose to have …

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