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Politician cries after getting 5 votes in Indian election despite having 9 family members

    An independent candidate from the Indian state of Punjab managed to make himself known around the world after a video of him crying and telling a reporter that he only received 5 votes in the recent Indian general elections despite having 9 family members went viral on social media…   An independent candidate from the Indian state of ...

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Parliament to decide on regulation of churches

Parliament will within the next month, investigate, and prescribe regulations on church activities in Ghana. This follows a directive from the Speaker, Rev Prof Aaron Michael Oquaye, to the joint committees of Youth, Sports and Culture and the Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, after the House on Wednesday discussed the proliferation of churches at the expense of human rights and ...

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Ghana is sinking, losing because of NDC, NPP – Nunoo-Mensah

Former Chief of Defence Staff, Brigadier General Joseph Nunoo-Mensah has lambasted the two major political parties – New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) – for plunging the progress of the country. According to him, Ghana is sinking and losing massively in all aspects of the economy due to the selfish nature of both political parties. ...

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Don’t let cowardly thieves harass you on campus – Rawlings to UG students«

Former President Jerry John Rawlings has admonished students of the University of Ghana to use their youthful exuberance to tackle and find ways to curb the influx of robbery incidents on campus. According to him, students must not let thieves harass them on campus since they can solve and deal with the situation permanently without expecting help from the police ...

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Akufo-Addo happy as Gyan makes peace with Appiah

Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan and coach James Kwesi Appiah met to call a truce on Tuesday, following a recent dispute over the Black Stars’ captaincy for the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon). Last week, the two Ghanaians had a fallout when Gyan was informed of a decision to strip him of the captaincy in favour of Fenerbahce midfielder Andre ...

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‘General Captain’ Asamoah Gyan reiterates desire to help Ghana win 2019 AFCON

Asamoah Gyan has reiterated his desire to see Coach Kwasi Appiah guide the Black Stars to lift the 2019 AFCON set to kick off next month. Following fruitful reconciliatory talks between Gyan and Coach Appiah over a recent captaincy row, the former has reiterated his desire to see the gaffer guide the Black Stars to the Promised Land. A spiritualist ...

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‘We accept Dede Ayew as our captain’ – Christian Atsu

Christian Atsu – Black Stars midfielder has pledged support for the team’s new captain Andre Dede Ayew. Atsu in an interview with the GNA Sports said, the Black Stars players would put all external issues behind them and respect their new captain as the leader to lead them to glory in the 2019 African Cup of Nation (AFCON) in Egypt ...

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Indebted Kwaku Manu closes down school

Popular Kumawood Actor Kwaku Manu has closed down his private school located at Kotwi  in the Ashanti Region According to him, the school did not generate the expected returns he had wanted it to generate therefore he closed down the educational facility in order to prevent incurring further debts.   In an interview with Zionfelix, he disclosed that closing the ...

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Ghanaians complain too much about what I do with good heart-Shatta Wale

Shatta Wale has taken to social media to complain about how he is bad criticized even when he does something with his clean heart with no bad intentions. According to Shatta Wale, people forget that he is an entertainer and as such his job is to entertain people. Otabil hasn’t referred to portions of the Bible as ‘senseless, stupid’ – ...

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Footbridges turned into markets

Some footbridges and overpasses in Accra have been turned into marketplaces, making it difficult for pedestrians to have their right of way. Oblivious to the dangers inherent in their actions, the traders, including car dealers, display their wares and vehicles on the footbridges and under the overpasses to attract clients. That practice by the traders compels pedestrians to walk on ...

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