Fight Against Corruption: Let’s Give Gov’t A Little More Time – US Ambassador

US Ambassador Robert Porter Jackson has called on Ghanaians to be a little more patient with the government as it prepares to fight against corruption. Mr Jackson said he is confident the current government led by President Nana Addo Dankwa AKufo-Addo will tackle the canker head-on. “I am aware that investigations are ongoing,” he revealed. […]

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Show Compassion To Black Africans – Rawlings to Libyan slave traders

Former President Jerry John Rawlings has added his voice to other concerned people around the globe to condemn the alleged slave trade of black Africans in Libya. The former President said it was worrying that black Africans were being subjected to inhuman treatments in Libya, such as being sold as slaves by their own African […]

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Where Is The AFCON 2017 Prize Money – Vanderpuye Queries

  The former Minister of Youth and Sports, Mr. Edwin Nii Lantey Vanderpuye, has raised concerns over the whereabouts of the prize money for Ghana’s participation in the 2017 African Cup on Nations (AFCON) in Gabon. The former minister who doubles as a legislator for the Odododiodio Constituency, said this during the review on the […]

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Police To Recruit 15,000 Community Policing Assistants

The Ghana Police Service is to recruit 15,000 Community Policing Assistants through the Youth Employment Agency (YEA). The youth who would be employed would be from the communities and focus would be on those who are familiar with their communities and could help the police in gathering intelligence to help reduce crime in the country. […]

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Make Homosexuality 2020 Campaign Message And I’ll Turn Gay – Maurice Ampaw

Celebrity Lawyer Maurice Ampaw, has dared the President of the republic of Ghana on his stance on homosexual in the country and challenged him to make that his 2020 campaign message. “If the president thinks he is brave enough and support homosexuality, he should go ahead and use it as his political campaign message come […]

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