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Author Archives: Delali Adogla-Bessa

Mystery mourner has been crashing funerals for 14 years for free food

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A phantom mourner who goes to every funeral at a local church to tuck into food at the wake has been slammed by grieving relatives. It is claimed the unnamed woman has joined mourners at almost every funeral for the last 14 years and even chats to grieving family members and at one recent funeral ate buffet food ‘like there is no ...

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Citi News Daily: Wednesday, 20 September 2017

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Manso Nkwanta: 3 suspected robbers gunned down, one lynched

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It has emerged that one of the suspected armed robbers who engaged police in a dawn gun battle at Manso Kensere in the Amansie West District of the Ashanti Region was lynched by residents in the area. Three of the suspects died in the shootout after the Manso Nkwanta Police Patrol Team responded to a distress call when the gang ...

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Perez Dome to host Women in Worship concert on Sept. 24

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The Perez Dome will on Sunday 24th September, be the citadel of worship as seasoned women worshipers gather to raise up an offering of reverence to God for the maiden edition of women in worship international concert. The all-female worship event will see celebrated gospel singers lead the worship front with an all-female musical band scheduled to perform. Headlining the ...

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NDC to demonstrate tomorrow over ‘Aug. 4 Founders Day’ proposal

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The opposition National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) celebration of the now Kwame Nkrumah Memorial day on September 21, will include a protest march to register its displeasure with the New Patriotic Party government’s proposal to make August 4 Founders Day. The NDC feels this is an attempt to distort history and force on Ghanaians “some founders.” “Any attempt to force on ...

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Too Much Sauce: Selly Galley bags new cooking show

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Ghanaian actress and television personality, Selly Galley, who is known by her close associates as an amazing cook, will be taking the spice to screens across Africa, as she hosts African Pot. The former reality show star, who would soon be celebrating the anniversary of her glamorous marriage to Cartel Big J, recently took to her fan page on Instagram ...

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Kufuor’s Giselle Yahzi in another ‘scandal’ in US

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Giselle Yahzi, who rose to prominence in Ghana for her ties to the Kufuor Administration and as the alleged mistress of then-President John Kufuor, is entangled in some controversy in the US where she is accused of swindling her neighbors in a scheme to sell T-shirts to the Venezuelan army. Giselle Yahzi alleged that President Kufuor had fathered twins with ...

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Union of Professional Students swears in new executives

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The Ghana Union of Professional Students (GUPS), has sworn in new national executives to take over the affairs of the union. The democratic, non-partisan group, which was formed in 1990, consists of students from University for Professional Studies, Accra, Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), National Film And Television Institute, Ghana Institute of Languages (GIL) and other professional institutes. Speaking at ...

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Free SHS: We’ll probe illegal fees collectors – Prof. Yankah

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The government will be dispatching “agents” to various Senior High Schools in light of reports of unapproved fees still being charged first-year students under the free SHS policy. The Minister of State in charge of Tertiary Education, Professor Kwesi Yankah, told Eyewitness News that school heads will be brought to order, as he stressed that schools had “absolutely no business” charging ...

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We’re not cheating pensioners – SSNIT

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The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT), has refuted claims it is perpetuating illegalities in its handling of pensions, as alleged by the Health Services Workers’ Union. These allegations had to do with annuities imposed on the payment of lump sums and the computation of average annual salaries for pensions. In a Finder Newspaper report, the Union said SSNIT has ...

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