Tuesday , 27 October 2020
Home » 2020 » June

Monthly Archives: June 2020

Osu Klottey Ɲmaa Faa by Nuumo Noi Osikan III (Osu klottey Wulɔmɔ) On Friday 5th June 2020

Osu Klottey Ɲmaa Faa by Nuumo Noi Osikan III (Osu klottey Wulɔmɔ) On Friday 5th June 2020 On Friday the 5th of June 2020, Nuumo Noi Osikan III the Osu Klottey Wulormo lifted the ban on drumming and noise making at Osu. At the Osu Traditional council he also prayed and said the and said the coroner various and other …

Read More »

VAR helps Benjamin Tetteh to score match winner for Sparta Praha

Ghanaian striker Benjamin Tetteh benefited from Video Assistant Referee to snatch the match-winner for Sparta Praha on Saturday in the Czech Liga. The contention of the match was that Sparta Praha captain Do?kal, who provided the assist for Tetteh to score, was offside. Midfielder Kanga teed up Do?kal on the left side and the latter which in a cross which …

Read More »

Aker Energy on course to finding a solution for Pecan field development

Aker Energy Ghana has reaffirmed its commitment to finding a solution that will allow for the commencement of a phased development of the Pecan field offshore Ghana. “In a time when most other E&P companies are putting development projects on the shelf due to the COVID-19 situation and historic low oil prices, Aker Energy and our partners, Lukoil, Fueltrade and GNPC, working …

Read More »

BoG receives 30 weekly complaints from public on banking issues

The Market Conduct Office of the Bank of Ghana receives an average of 30 weekly complaints from the public. This follows the completion of the Banking and Specialised Deposits-Taking Institutions sector clean-up in 2019 which has compelled the Bank of Ghana to intensify its market conduct supervision. The public complaints are received through phone calls, WhatsApp messages, e-mails, and direct …

Read More »

Coronavirus is not over; Strictly adhere to protocols – Medical Assistant

Christians have been urged to adhere strictly to the laid down COVID-19 safety protocols and wear their face masks when stepping out as the COVID-19 is still prevalent. Mr Emmanuel Obeng Apau, the Head of the COVID-19 Committee at the Assemblies of God, Ghana – Berean Assembly at Ogbojo, on Sunday said regular washing of hands with soap under running water, sanitising with alcohol-based sanitizers and …

Read More »

Commissioner for Oaths contests CPP General Secretary slot

A Commissioner for Oaths, Mr Eben Agbenya, on Sunday said he is ready to contest the General Secretary slot of the Convention People’s Party (CPP) to restore the founding principles of the Party. He said he decided to run as the CPP General Secretary believing that the current state of the Party was not the best, the Party’s Constitution was …

Read More »

Marry two wives at least – Ras Mubarak rallies men

The Kumbungu Member of Parliament, Ras Mubarak, has encouraged African men to marry at least two wives since it is an exciting thing to do. He said the idea of marrying a single wife is un-African and must not be binding on African men. The legislator told Bola Ray on Starr Chat on Starr FM that marrying two wives has calmed him …

Read More »

EC faces MPs June 16

The Electoral Commission (EC) has agreed to brief Parliament on its preparation and plans for this year’s general election in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Majority Leader, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu said on Friday. Mr Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu said that the session was expected to come off on Tuesday, June 16, 2020, just after the return of the officials from assignment from the districts across the country. …

Read More »

Singing with masks could lead to respiratory problems – Singer

A praise and worship leader, Emmanuel Fisher Amankawaa, has told Nyankonton Mu Nsem on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm that the use of face mask and singing would be difficult for singers as churches plan to resume following the easing of restrictions. In his explanation, he warned of serious respiratory problems should the use of face mask and singing persist for a …

Read More »

Ghana FA capo, WPL chairperson visit Lexta Ghana Limited

President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Edwin Simeon Okraku and Mrs. Hilary Boaten, Chairperson of the Women’s Premier League Management Committee on Monday, June 1, 2020, paid a working visit to Lexta Ghana Limited, producers of YAZZ sanitary pads and other range of products. The visit was to familiarize with the activities of the company and also to sell …

Read More »