Former Bantama MP Okyem Aboagye confirmed dead
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by Suraya Alidu
5M ago
The former Member of Parliament (MP) for Banatama Constituency in the Ashanti Region, Daniel Okyem Aboagye, has tragically passed on. The former legislator, was said that have suffered a short illness, but tragically gave up the ghost the early hours of Saturday morning. The heartbreaking news was confirmed by the Majority Leader and MP for ..read more
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Ghana Police ripped off my dress – Bridget Otoo laments
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by Suraya Alidu
5M ago
Vociferous journalist, Bridget Otoo has lashed out at the Ghana Police Service for what she described as their “irrational colonial, brutish and unprofessional” attitude. The journalist joined the #OccupyJulorbiHouse protest Thursday, September 21, which turned nightmarish as protesters were arrested and taken to various police stations. According to her, she went to Regional Police Command ..read more
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It’s weekend! What’s your hobby? Nurturing passion beyond daily responsibilities
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by Suraya Alidu
5M ago
What’s your hobby? A simple question, yet, many may struggle to find genuine answers to. The reason is simple- they do not have time for hobbies. In the hustle and bustle of modern life, our daily responsibilities often consume much of our time and energy. Yet, amidst the demands of work, family, and other commitments ..read more
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Jimmy Kimmel tests positive for Covid, cancels ‘Strike Force Three’ live show with Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert
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by Suraya Alidu
5M ago
  The upcoming “Strike Force Three” live show has been canceled because Jimmy Kimmel has Covid, and the show cannot go on. “Well, Las Vegas, I got Covid, and sadly, we need to cancel this weekend’s Strike Force Three show. I could never live with myself if I got my hometown friends sick,” Kimmel wrote on X, formerly Twitter, on Wednesday ..read more
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Video: Nkrumah, Ghana’s ‘Messiah’
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by Suraya Alidu
5M ago
Globally, there can never be a talk about Ghana’s history without a mention about Dr Kwame Nkrumah and his gallant fight for the freedom of Ghana and even Africa. Till date, Dr Nkrumah continues to be a potent force in Ghana’s politics. If he were alive, today would have been his 114th birthday. Watch below ..read more
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Akwaboah senior goes home on September 30
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by Suraya Alidu
5M ago
The highlife legend, Kwadwo Akwaboah is set to go home on September 30, 2023. The final funeral rites slated for 29th, September 30 and 1st October will take place in his hometown of Trede, in the Ashanti region. The wake keeping service takes place on Friday, September 29 at Trede. The body will lie in ..read more
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Set your day right! Healthy habits for a productive morning routine
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by Suraya Alidu
5M ago
A productive morning routine sets the tone for a successful day. Yes! By incorporating healthy habits into your mornings, you can boost your energy, focus, and overall well-being to supercharge your day. Let’s explore some essential habits that can help you create a productive morning routine to achieve a high-yielding day. 1. Be an early ..read more
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IGP Dampare sued by 40 Chief Inspectors over delayed promotion
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by Suraya Alidu
5M ago
Forty (40) Chief Inspectors in the Ghana Police Service have sued the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, over what they described as the unjustifiable refusal of the Police Service to promote them. In a writ filed at the Kumasi High Court, the police officers claim they were excluded from a series of ..read more
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It’s now a crime to label someone a witch, be guarded- Songtaba advises
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by Suraya Alidu
5M ago
A women’s rights advocacy organisation, Songtaba,  is calling on the public, especially the youth to desist from labeling older people, especially women as witches. Songtaba, which has the overall goal of ensuring the protection of the safety and rights of women, girls and men accused of witchcraft is based in the Northern part of Ghana ..read more
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Voter Registration: We can’t cover our target now, but all eligible voters will register before 2024 election – EC
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by Suraya Alidu
5M ago
The Electoral Commission (EC) has disclosed that it does not expect to cover all 1,350,000 persons targeted for the ongoing limited voter  registration exercise According to the EC, they are rather targeting to register 52 per cent of the earlier targeted population by the end of the 21-day exercise. The Chairperson of the EC, Jean ..read more
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