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Akufo-Addo Justifies 110 Ministers

Akufo-Addo Justifies 110 Ministers

PRESIDENT NANA Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has reacted to the brouhaha that has greeted the appointment of 110 ministers and deputy ministers, justifying the move as critical to the eff ...

Montie 3 Weep At Nsawam Prison

Montie 3 Weep At Nsawam Prison

DETAILS ARE emerging of how the three National Democratic Congress (NDC) activists – now known as Montie 3 – convicted for contempt by the Supreme Court, were whisked away to the N ...

Petition For Presidential Pardon Is ‘Dangerous Landmine’ – Baako

Petition For Presidential Pardon Is ‘Dangerous Landmine’ – Baako

EDITOR-IN-chief of the Crusading Guide newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako has described the petition for President John Mahama to pardon the Montie 3 contemnors to be a potentially ...

Attack On CJ Worse Than Rwandan Genocide Propaganda – Franklin Cudjoe

Attack On CJ Worse Than Rwandan Genocide Propaganda – Franklin Cudjoe

FOLLOWING THE emergence of audio evidence of the MP for Nkwanta North, John Bless Oti, verbally attacking the Chief Justice, the President of IMANI, Franklin Cudjoe has likened the ...

Abu Ramadan Mulls Over Another Court Action Against EC

Abu Ramadan Mulls Over Another Court Action Against EC

ONE OF those who challenged the Electoral Commission (EC)’s use of National Health Issurance Scheme (NHIS) card for voter registration at the Supreme Court and secured a favourable ...

Nigeria: EFCC finds N2.5b in former Aviation Minister housemaid’s account

Nigeria: EFCC finds N2.5b in former Aviation Minister housemaid’s account

AGENTS OF the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have discovered the sum of N2.5 billion in a bank account opened in the name of a housemaid to former Minister of Avia ...

Mario Balotelli Defends Ghana Snub

Mario Balotelli Defends Ghana Snub

ITALY STRIKER Mario Balotelli has no regrets over his decision to commit his international future to the four-time world champions ahead of Ghana. Born to Ghanaian immigrants in Pa ...

Dumsor Creeping Back; 240MW Of Power Shed Daily

A MAJOR challenge for power producers to get crude oil to power thermal plants in the country has resulted in a shortfall in electricity, signaling the dreaded load shedding days. Crude oil from a key supplier, Nigeria is yet to reach Ghana, Joy News sources say. The sources say light crude oil procured from Nigeria was expected to hit the shores of Ghana on Sunday, however, that has not happened yet due to ...

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The Black Stars Onward

THE BLACK Stars played beautifully at the world cup. They made the US see the inadequacies of their skills so much so that Landon Donovan, a former US national team member, has not given a TV interview without mentioning that the US need to improve on their skills to help them increase their time of processing the ball and that it will take time to achieve that goal. They played so beautifully that anyone w ...

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RESIGN AND SAVE GHANA: JOHN MAHAMA

Ladies & Gentlemen of the press Good morning Fellow Country Men, the Alliance for Accountable Governance (AFAG) in the midst of the current precarious economic situation considers the continuous stay in office by the President of the Republic of Ghana as an anomaly and untenable. Without a shred of doubt, it can be said that, the inability of the President to absolve himself from various corruption charges ...

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The Chief of Staff And The NPA’s $63,000 Rent Scandal

A Hopelessly Incompetent Chief Of Staff And The NPA’s $63,000 Rent Scandal This morning – June 29, 2014 – a hopelessly incompetent Chief of Staff in yet another knee-jerk reaction to the outrageous National Petroleum Authority’s 63,000 dollars rent scandal, issued a statement ordering the dissolution of a committee set up by the Minister of Energy and Petroleum, Mr. Emmanuel Kofi Armah Buah to look into the ...

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Afriyie Ankrah, $9.6 Million “No Wo Hen”?

THE SPORTS Ministry budgeted $9.6 million for the Blackstars participation towards the ongoing World cup competition to the GFA. At the time this was thought to be a good idea so that the Players will adequately be catered for. I personally wrote articles against such a huge budget since Blackstars had already been given $1.5 million preparation money which is given to all the 32 qualified country's FA . Th ...

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Religious intolerance; a bane to Africa’s development

THERE HAVE been various causes and reasons for conflict in the world and even though some of them may seem very inconsequential, they have all had their share of damning consequences on societies and humanity as a whole. People have fought over issues ranging from ideologies to the mere ownership of fowls. In Africa, most of these disputes have broken out on the back of some of the most irrelevant issues on ...

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My Experiences in Ghana Thus Far

The differences between American and Ghanaian culture abound, and they make for some interesting experiences and some silly situations. I came to Accra to study local newspapers and journalism as part of a study abroad program through the American University of Wisconsin – Superior. I had never been out of America until I began this adventure in December. I wasn't sure exactly what to expect, but I knew thi ...

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Are we failing to count our blessing?

THE BOOK of Esther should mean a lot to the people of Ga. This is because we as Gas belong historically to the stock of Benjamin, one of the twelve tribes of Israel. History has confirmed this in several ways, including the culture of circumcision and the pattern of naming children to show which clan or family one belonged. But that is a debate and discussion for another day. Being a wife of a King througho ...

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THE “SALT” & “THUMB” AFTER ELECTION 2012

THE PARLIAMENTARY and Presidential election just ended – with the Electoral Commission giving its verdict and the new President sworn-in. Before then the two leading political parties, which are the New Patriotic Party and the National Democratic Congress, were trading accusations and dropping invectives that lead to physical violence. A month after the elections, we can say that we are not out of the woods ...

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Biography of The Late Alhaji Aliu Mahama

ALHAJI ALIU Mahama was born on 3rd March 1946 at Yendi in the Northern Region of Ghana. As a young man he studied at the Government Secondary School, Tamale from 1960-67 for his Ordinary and Advanced Level Certificates. He proceeded to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi from 1967-71 where he obtained the BSc. degree in Building Technology. He is also an Aluminus of the Ghana Inst ...

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