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REJOINDER AND APOLOGY TO DR. EDWARD OMANE BOAMAH

  For Immediate Release 04/09/2018 REJOINDER - DR OMANE BOAMAH WAS IN CHARGE OF LOGISTICS AND NOT OFOSU AMPOFO- OLOGO REVEALS I refer to the above caption in the said publication dated Friday ; 28/09/2018 during an exclusive interview with anchor Nana Dogbe, on Ahotor Fm Midday News. After a sober reflection on the contrived actual, and further reading a Read More

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NDC executives ‘struggle’ over Bagbin T-Shirts

The dominance of Mr Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin, Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament in the Tema East Constituency branch of the National Democratic Congress (NDC)was on display once more, when some executives of the party there scrambled for his campaign T-shirts. Scores of the executives fell over one another at Tema New Town just to grab the T-shirts of the Read More

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I will strengthen Free SHS, not destroy it – John Mahama

Former president and a leading candidate for the NDC’s upcoming flag bearer contest, John Dramani Mahama has insisted on the need to review the implementation of the Free SHS policy introduced in September 2017 by the Akufo-Addo led administration. According to former president Mahama the existing form of the Free SHS policy is fraught with several challenges hence the need Read More

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‘Manhyia banned’ Kojo Bonsu can’t lead NDC – Andy Owusu

An aide to the Ashanti Regional Chairman of the ruling New patriotic Party, Mr. Andy Owusu, over the weekend cast serious doubt over “the Presidential ambition of one-time disgraced Chief Executive of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly, Kojo Bonsu.” In the estimation of Andy Owusu, though he has no interest in the internal political arrangements of the NDC, he sees the Read More

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Adultery no longer a crime in India

India’s top court has ruled adultery is no longer a criminal offence. The Supreme Court overturned a 158-year-old law which said any man who had sex with a married woman, without the permission of her husband, was guilty of the criminal act of adultery.   It is not clear how many men have been prosecuted under the law since its Read More

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Ghanaian DJ Nana Banger stabbed to death in the UK

A Ghanaian DJ in the UK, Elyon Poku, known professionally as Nana Banger, has reportedly been stabbed to death over the weekend. Nana, 20 years of age, was at a house party in Stamford Hill, North London, when an argument erupted at a party he was attending. According to a report YEN. com.gh sighted on GhanaCelebrities.com., Nana and some friends Read More

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Tarkwa chiefs, residents block minister’s convoy over bad roads [Audio]

The chiefs and people of Tarkwa in the Western Region Wednesday morning staged a demonstration to protest over bad roads in the town. The residents also blocked the movement of the convoy of the Minister of Lands and Forestry as a way of making their grievances known to the government. READ ALSO:Photos: Couple make three-storey collapse during sex Joy News’ Read More

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Court fines Angel Obinim, others GHC 12,000

The founder of God’s Way International Gospel Church Bishop Daniel Obinim and his two associate pastors have been sentenced to a total of GHc12,000 fine for assaulting two teenagers. They pleaded guilty with explanation and face six months in jail if they default in payment. The court ordered the accused persons to sign a bond of good behaviour for the Read More

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More people going for artificial eyes at Korle Bu – Statistics reveal

DATA released from the Ocular Prosthesis Unit of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) indicate that a total of 126 people have fixed custom fit artificial eyes, known as, ocular prosthesis in the second quarter of 2018 alone. The only ocularist in the country, Ms Evelyn Kyereh, disclosed this in an address when the Ocular Prosthesis Unit of the hospital joined the Read More

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Pack out – Afenyo-Markin tells Auditor General

The Member of Parliament for Efutu constituency has urged the Auditor General to either resign or submit to due process in his public brawl with the Board Chair of the Ghana Audit Service. Alexander Afenyo-Markin said Daniel Domelevo is not being fair by whipping public support in his claim that his work is being interfered with by Prof. Edward Duah Read More

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