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Author Archives: Godwin Akweiteh Allotey

Life threatening foot-bridge scares Ahinsan residents

A wooden foot-bridge that serves over 500 residents within the Asokwa Municipality is posing danger to the lives of commuters. The bridge which links the Ahinsan electoral area to the Kumasi metropolis and other parts of the Ashanti Region serves residents from areas like; Anloga, Sobolo and Oforikrom. Residents fear they could be cut off from the Kumasi metropolis and ...

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I remain an unrepentant social democrat – Anyidoho [Audio]

The Deputy General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic (NDC), Koku Anyidoho says he still remains an unrepentant social democrat despite his detention by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) for allegedly threatening a civil revolt and a coup in Ghana. Although he described his detention as an “experience” Anyidoho said Ghanaians should allow the laws and security agencies to work ...

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I’ve not been charged – Anyidoho insists 

Embattled Deputy General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Koku Anyidoho, has discounted claims that the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) has officially charged him with treason. According to him, the CID is still investigating his alleged crime and has not proffered any charges against him. “I was only in custody and let the records state that I have not ...

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Anthony Brown, others light up #HarvestPraise2018

American Gospel Musician sensation, Anthony Brown and the Group Therapy were at their best at the 2018 edition of the annual gospel programme dubbed Harvest Praise which came off last night, Friday, March 30th, 2018. Anthony Brown captivated the audience by singing his songs back to back thus putting the crowd into a praise and worship mood. The event organized ...

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#HarvestPraise2018 held at the Fantasy Dome in Accra [Photos]

The mother of all gospel concerts in Ghana, Harvest Praise was held the Fantasy Dome at the Trade Fair Centre in Accra yesterday. Dubbed the Bigger, Better and Greater edition of the concert, Harvest Praise paraded the hottest gospel music stars on stage to minister through music and worship. The Harvest International Ministries Campus Choir was in their element as ...

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Shutdown of FPSO K. Nkrumah mustn’t affect power supply – ACEP

The Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) has cautioned government against any potential distortions in power supply due to the planned shutdown of the FPSO Kwame Nkrumah later this year. The energy think tank argues that failure to contain the situation could lead to a power crisis which will discomfort consumers. Operators of the Jubilee fields have announced a shutdown ...

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Tiger Woods calls himself ‘a walking miracle’ before Masters appearance

Former world number one Tiger Woods has called himself a “walking miracle” as he prepares to compete in the Masters for the first time since 2015. The 14-time major champion had spinal fusion surgery last April – his fourth back operation in three years – and feared he might never play again. Not only has he recovered but a recent ...

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Pay cut for ‘cursed prince’ of Belgium

Prince Laurent of Belgium has had his monthly allowance docked for a year, after a vote by the country’s federal parliament. The sanction was imposed after the prince attended a Chinese embassy reception last year without government permission, in full naval uniform. Lawmakers voted for a 15% cut to his €307,000 (£270,000; $378,000) annual allowance. The move was suggested by ...

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US may tie social media to visa applications

The Trump administration has said it wants to start collecting the social media history of nearly everyone seeking a visa to enter the US. The proposal, which comes from the state department, would require most visa applicants to give details of their Facebook and Twitter accounts. They would have to disclose all social media identities used in the past five ...

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We’ll free private universities from oppressive policies – Prof. Yankah

The Minister of State in charge of tertiary education, Professor Kwesi Yankah, says government’s will free private tertiary institutions from policies that restrict them in their quest to attain full university status. According to Professor Yankah, the stress and difficulties private universities go through will be a thing of the past because government is taking steps to liberate them from ...

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