Ahafo gets 99.67 per cent YES votes for creation of new region

The people of the Ahafo enclave in the Brong-Ahafo Region have voted massively in support of the creation of proposed Ahafo Region. Out of a total of 307,108 eligible voters in the area, 227,663 representing 90.4 per cent turned out to participate in the referendum, reports Graphic Online’s Biiya Mukusah Ali. In all a total […]

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Ayawaso West Wuogon: Wereko-Ampim Opoku exits NPP race

A member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Council of Elders for the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency and aspirant for the vacant parliamentary seat, Nana Wereko-Ampim Opoku has withdrawn from the race and thrown his support behind Ato Ametor Williams. According to Nana Wereko-Ampim Opoku, his decision to withdraw from the race was taken in […]

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The problem is Ken Agyapong’s big mouth and selfishness

But for his incessant self-preening and shameless appropriation of the political establishment of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the obsessive enhancement of his morbid acquisitiveness, the awarding of the GH? 100 Million streetlight supplying contract to a company called Imperial World Ventures, reportedly owned by one of the several known wives of Mr Kennedy […]

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‘Broke’ Asamoah Gyan hasn’t spoken his wife, kids for months

Black Stars skipper Asamoah Gyan claims he is broke and has just £600 in his bank account. Gyan, who made 37 appearances for Sunderland after making a £13million move to England, currently plays for Kayserispor in Turkey. However, the 33-year-old insists he is not being paid and claims he has spent the millions of pounds […]

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Asante Kotoko management denies tickets declaration claims

Asante Kotoko management has denied allegations that it under-declared the gate proceeds accrued at the Baba Yara Stadium last Saturday when the Reds hosted Kariobangi Sharks. A statement signed by the Director of Communications, Samuel Sarfo Duku (Esq), on Thursday says the allegations are unfounded and so must be disregarded. The Porcupine Warriors beat the […]

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Ma Jian: China’s ex-intelligence chief jailed for life

China’s ex-intelligence chief Ma Jian has been sentenced to life in prison for crimes including taking bribes and insider trading, a court says. Ma had been put under investigation in 2015 and expelled from the Communist Party one year later. He pleaded guilty and would not appeal, a court in the north-eastern Liaoning province said. […]

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Vodafone secures 4G Licence

Vodafone Ghana has officially reached an agreement with the National Communications Authority (NCA) for the purchase of one slot of the 2×5MHz frequency spectrum in the 800MHz band for mobile services. The slot, purchased at the cost of US$30million, was awarded to Vodafone following successful financial negotiations with the NCA, in line with the Authority’s […]

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Majeed Waris blasts ‘disrespectful’ Sarkodie for Rapperholic concert

Sarkodie’s Christmas Day Rapperholic concert garnered as much praise for The Rap King’s electrifying performance as it generated flak for a shambolic show organisation. An annual musical event by the renowned rapper – arguably the biggest musician in Ghana and without a doubt one of the finest on the continent – the 2018 edition brought […]

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Shatta Wale ‘betrays’ NAM1; picks Afia Schwar as MC for his ‘Thanksgiving’ concert

Dancehall sensation, Shatta Wale, has betrayed his boss, Nana Appiah Mensah, ahead of his upcoming ‘Thanksgiving’ concert.  The show has been billed to come off this Friday, December 28th, at the Manste Agbona Park in James Town.  However, ahead of the show, the ‘Ayoo’ hitmaker has officially announced TV personality and comedian, Afia Schwar, as […]

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Government declares January 7 public holiday

The government has, through the Ministry of Interior, declared Monday, January 7, 2019, as a public holiday. In a statement signed by the Minister for Interior, Ambrose Dery, he said the day “has been declared a Public Holiday as “Constitution Day”. The statement further urged the public to observe the day as such throughout the […]

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