Mensa Otabil: Ghana Lacks Simple National Vision, Good Leadership Pastor Mensa Otabil says Ghana’s leadership lacks a clear idea to guide the country’s vision and development. “…If you come to me as a Ghanaian and you say ‘what does Ghana want to achieve in the next 10 years’, I don’t know, do you?” Dr. Otabil asked his congregation on Thursday […]
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Scramble For Ghana Immigration Service Application Forms There was a mass scramble for Ghana Immigration Service application forms at both the Cantonments and Accra Post Offices where the forms were on sale, Citi News investigations reveal. Several prospective applicants formed long queues at both the Cantonments and Accra Post Offices to buy their forms, with many still unable to do […]
Mahama, Vanderpuije Visit Theodosia Okoh To Render Apologies President John Mahama has personally gone to convey his apologies to 91-year-old Theodosia Okoh for Accra Mayor Alfred Oko Vanderpuije’s “sad mistake”, as the President described it, of attempting to over-write the national flag designer’s name with that of late President John Mills on the national hockey pitch.
Ekow Blankson Quits Local Movies, “I’m Too Good To Act In Ghana” Summary Ekow Blankson has stopped acting in Ghana because local movies will lower his class Says he has never been scared of competition Blames local producers of paying ‘peanuts’ Hopes to make a switch move to Hollwood soon Actor Ekow Blankson has grown past doing local movies. After […]
Government To Develop Cyber Security Policy Government is developing a National Cyber Security Policy framework and strategy to deal with cyber threats, Ms Victoria Hamah, Deputy Minister of Communications said on Monday. Consequently, an agreement had been signed with the International Telecommunication Union to help develop a national Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT), to react rapidly to security threats that […]
CEPS Intercepts Suspected SIM Boxes Officers of the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority have arrested one Theophilus Agbeko with four boxes containing telecommunication gadgets at the Asikuma Customs check-point in the Eastern Region.
UTAG To Go On Strike From August 1 The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has given indications its members will not rescind on their decision to withdraw their services beginning 1st August, 2013 if government fails to respect an agreement regarding the payment schedule of 2012 market premium arrears by the 31st of July.
PPP Suspends Demonstration The Progressive People’s Party has suspended its planned demonstration, which was scheduled for this week, over alleged corruption in the government. The National Chairman of the PPP, Nii Allotey Brew-Hammond, said the decision to call off the protest was in respect of the ban imposed on demonstrations by the police.
Who is the President’s psychotherapist? On Wednesday, July 24, Ghanaians observed the first anniversary of the demise of President John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills, the first Ghanaian Head of State to die in office. It is instructive to note that one year after he kicked the bucket, many Ghanaians are still asking the question: Was President Mills simply a victim […]
Sekou Insists Kwame Nkrumah Didn’t Die of Skin Cancer Dr. Sekou Nkrumah, the last son of Ghana’s first President, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah insists his father died of prostate cancer and not skin cancer. “I stand by what I said that Nkrumah died of prostate cancer and not skin cancer”, he stressed.
PPP Plans “Massive Anti-corruption” Demo In August The Progressive People’s Party (PPP) intends going on a “massive anti-corruption” demonstration in the national capital in August. The Party’s National Chairman, Nii Allotey Brew-Hammond says in a statement that: “In the wake of recent shocking revelations concerning institutional corruption that is swallowing the nation, the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) has planned to […]
Theodosia Okoh Hockey Pitch: Was This Renaming Necessary? Ghana has been awash with activities all week to commemorate the first anniversary of the passing of President John Evans Atta Mills. They are all indicative of the outpouring of love by Ghanaians for a leader whose death threw the country off-balance. From religious services to seminars to the plan to build […]