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‘Cocaine Soup’, ‘Wee stew’ Becoming Popular Among Youth – Police

Police have expressed worry over the increasing concealment of cocaine, marijuana and other illicit drugs in soups, stews and alcoholic beverages by youth in the Central Region and other parts of the country. According to the Police Service, this new trend of using the banned substances makes it difficult for their …

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The Fulani’s Are Of A Great Resource For The Country-Agric Minister.

The minister of Agriculture,Dr. Afriyie Akoto, on Tuesday 25th June 2018, at the meet the Press, organised under the ministry of information,let the cat out of the bag and said, theFulani’s are a great resource for the country and the country  in turn, a great resource to them. He enumerated …

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#12: Remove Akufo-Addo, Bawumia – Akua Donkor Sues

Madam Akua Donkor, founder of the Ghana Freedom Party (GFP), has embarked on a legal mission to have President Nana Akufo-Addo and Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia step aside in the wake of the Number 12 undercover documentary by journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas. In a suit dated 20 June 2018 filed …

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Why Do Ghanaians Think Ladies Only Succeed By Sleeping With Men? – Duncan-Williams

Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has condemned the stigmatisation of successful women as people who slept their way to the top. “There’s something in this country that everybody is hiding; nobody wants to show who they are. As soon as people get to know you are blessed, they come after you, throw …

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From Head Porter To Award-Winning Graduate: I Starved Myself To Save For School – Teni Agana

Imagine this: At 14-years-old, your father dies, forcing your family into a life deprived of education and the essentials needed to survive. Determined to succeed, you work as a head porter, escape the horrors of sexual abuse, and save enough for school, only to have it stripped away when a …

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Funeral Tourism Gaining Popularity In Ghana

Funerals, among other rites of passage are becoming a common savour of foreign tourists in the country, and must be considered by tour operators and agencies, Mr Yao Dzide, local Tour Guide of UK Tours has said. He said the rich culture and colourful attraction of funeral events particularly among …

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US Astronaut Sues His children For ‘Misuse Of Finances’

US astronaut Buzz Aldrin is suing two of his children and his former business manager alleging they stole money from him and are slandering his legacy. The lawsuit, which was revealed on Monday, was filed in a Florida court one week after his children petitioned to take control of his …

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Bawumia Screams ‘Ebeii!’ Over $25m NDC Hospital

Vice president Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia yesterday made stunning revelations about how government contracts for the construction of hospitals, roads and schools in the country were outrageously inflated under the previous National Democratic Congress (NDC) administration. Dr. Bawumia said some of the contracts had been inflated by about 600 per cent. …

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Galamsey Excavators Useful For Dredging, Don’t Burn Them – Adenta MCE

Utilising the excavators seized from illegal miners could present part of the solution to the yearly flooding issues, according to the Municipal Chief Executive for the Adenta Municipal Assembly, Nii Noi Adumoah. He said these excavators could be used for dredging the drains in municipalities that struggle annually with floods. …

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Ignore any curfew announcement in Accra – Police

There has not been any curfew imposed on any area in the Greater Accra Region, police have stated.Besides, no traditional leader has the power to impose curfews, the state law enforcement agency added. This comes in the wake of an announcement in some parts of Accra that traders and residents …

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