FOREIGN TIT BITS LOCAL 

Why Kevin-Prince Boateng will prove critics wrong at Barcelona

It seems like with every transfer window, a bombshell from Barcelona follows. In summer of 2017, the Catalan club caused a stir with Paulinho signing. Almost 18 months after, a bigger surprise parcel in Kevin-Prince Boateng arrived Camp Nou from Sassuolo. Even with Lionel Messi in his usual alien form, Barca frailties in attack beamed. Luis Suarez, too, hasn’t put… Read More
NEWS & EVENTS 

Nana Churcher Show goes live at 2019 Grammy Awards

This year’s Grammy Awards, which comes off on Sunday, February 10, at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles and Ghanaian talk show host, Nana Churcher, will do live interview sessions with Grammy nominees, Hollywood celebrities and other important personalities.The interviews are part of a special edition of her popular television talk programme, The Nana Churcher Show. Nana Churcher told the… Read More
LOCAL NEWS 

Tension brewing among workers of Tema Motorway extension project

Tension is brewing among workers of PMS International Mainstay, contractors of the Tema Motorway roundabout extension works. The workers are calling on management to reinstate four of their leaders who have been sacked for allegedly threatening stoppage of the project to back their demands for some better working conditions. The four:Vincent Akpo, Abel Gbagba, Solomon Edzewodzi and Mabu Bismark, who… Read More
LOCAL NEWS 

Lynched armed robbers identified

The identities of two suspected armed robbers who were lynched on Thursday at Tojeh near Kasseh, have been identified by their families. They are Emmanuel Hogar, 25, from Korlekope near Kasseh, Ada, and Sulley Mohammed, 27, from Sogakope Zongo, South Tongu District. Mr George Andrews Kumah, the Chief Superintendent of Police, the Ada Divisional Police Commander, confirmed the names to… Read More
LOCAL NEWS 

President urged to take drastic action on vigilantism

The Director of the Centre for European Studies of the University of Ghana and a Governance Expert, Prof. Ransford Gyampo, has described the violence that occurred in the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election as a graduated form of vigilantism and an immediate matter of worry to national peace and cohesion. He, has, therefore, called on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to… Read More
LOCAL NEWS 

Ghana fights US over visa restrictions; suggests US government lied

Ghana has unequivocally rejected claims by the United States government that it has either failed or unreasonably delayed in issuing travelling documents to some illegal Ghanaian immigrants under deportation orders from the US. The US government on January 31 announced visa sanctions on Ghana because it said the latter has failed to live up to its obligations under international law… Read More
LOCAL NEWS 

Asutifi North Assembly constructs community toilets to curb open defecation

The Asutifi North District Assembly, Brong-Ahafo Region, is constructing aqua-privy toilets for residents of Kensere and Kwadwo Adaekrom, cocoa growing communities in the District, to curb open defecation and control cholera and communicable diseases. Construction works on the 16-seater aqua-privy toilet for the Kwadwo Adaekrom community, estimated at GHC156,388.00, and funded through the Assembly’s Mineral Development Fund, is progressing steadily.… Read More
LOCAL NEWS 

US Ambassador condemns ‘senseless’ murder of Hussein-Suale

Ms Stephanie S. Sullivan, the Ambassador of the United States to Ghana, has condemned the murder of Investigative Journalist, Ahmed Hussein-Suale, describing it as “senseless”. She said the United States condemned the act on Mr Hussein-Suale, who was a young journalist performing his duty. Ms Sullivan said during her first interactive session with the media since assuming office as new… Read More