lydia agyeiMay 20, 2019
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Kayserispor  and blackstar’s forward,Asamoah Gyan has issued a statement that he has retired from the National team of Ghana.This is the official statement from the camp of the Former captain.Ghana’s all-time leading scorer  has announced his retirement from the Black Stars with 32 days to the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.More to follow…………………………..


nana obrempongMay 20, 2019
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Livingstone Satekle, AKA Stonebwoy, the Reggae dance hall artiste posted a press release earlier last Sunday after the incident.

Black Cedi, Stonebwoy’s Manager, made this post on his insta page, following the fight that broke out on the stage of the 20th VGMA 2019 awards that took place yesterday at the Accra International Conference Centre. The cause of the fight is still unknown but speculations abounded.

Stonebwoy was seen holding a gun on the stage in during the scuffle. Thus, it is for this reason his team posted the press release where the Bhim Nation CEO apologised to Ghanaians on his behaviour and cited the reasons for his actions.

Below is the link to the post

https://www.instagram.com/p/BxqDsK2Hr3G/?igshid=pvv2lkn7iobp


nana obrempongMay 20, 2019
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Contrary to what has been widely known and accepted as a standard measure and expected period of commencement and completion of structural projects particularly dams, it has emerged that some dams currently being constructed under government’s One Village One Dam policy are being started and completed in less than one week.

This is according to residents of some communities in the Upper East region who have expressed shock and disappointment at the manner in which the dams are being constructed.

Community members of Dachio and Kajolo both in the Upper East region say they were ‘wowed’ by the execution of the projects in their respective areas in less than a week.

Expressing their disapproval in an interview with A1 Radio’s Joshua Asaah, the residents say what has been done does not qualify as dams and cannot be helpful to them as expected.

“How can you construct a dam in less than a week, in fact in four days” a Male community member quizzed.

Out of a total of 140 dams allocated to the Upper East region, only 40 have been constructed with some at various stages of completion with each dam estimated to cost Two hundred and Forty Thousand Ghana cedis (GH¢240,000).

Meanwhile, Former Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University for Development Studies (UDS), Professor David Millar has described as a failure governments One-Village One-Dam initiative currently being implemented in the Northern part of the country.

Speaking in a documentary interview by Bolga based A1 Radio’s reporter Joshua Asaah, Professor David Millar, a development consultant and founder of the Millar Open University said the implementation of the One Village One Dam programme has been characterized by misplaced priorities, inappropriate siting and poor construction which have virtually negated the purpose and essence of the initiative.

“Some of them are misplaced. You don’t go giving a village that has a dam another dam and go to a village that has a whole river that doesn’t dry and give them a dam” he said.


lydia agyeiMay 20, 2019
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Spanish giants Villareal are set to make a move for Ghana international Mubarak Wakaso in the summer transfer window.

The Yellow submarines managed to survive relegation after a turbulent 2018/19 season in the La Liga, finishing 14th in the just ended campaign.

After a turbulent season, the club has identified their former player as one the needed reinforcement ahead of preseason.

Meanwhile, Wakaso is eyeing a bumper deal with yet to be named clubs in Europe and Asia who are seeking to sign him before the start of next season.

Insiders close to the deal have told Ghana’s leading soccer news outfit that negotiations for the influential player is far advanced and Alaves will approve his departure as the offers are good.

Wakaso and his representatives met with the club’s Board of Directors and Sporting Director Sergio Fernandez over the Ghanaian’s departure in the winter transfer window.

The club prevented the former Las Palmas midfield enforcer from leaving because he was an “important” player in manager Abelardo Fernández’s plans.

With the Africa Cup of Nations also looming, his agents want to wait until after the tournament as rich Asian and Arabian clubs are set to storm the competition in Egypt in search of top players.

Credit:ghanasoccernet.com


lydia agyeiMay 20, 2019
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The New Patriotic Party (NPP), has urged its newly elected executives for the new regions to work towards retaining the party in the 2020 general election.

The NPP’s National Youth Organizer, Sammy Awuku after swearing the new officers of the Ahafo Region into office commended the delegates for peaceful elections and urged them to work harder to consolidate the achievements of the party in the region.

“Voting went on smoothly and the aspirants conducted themselves. We had winners for the day but the biggest winner is the New Patriotic Party. For me as the National Organizer, I am excited because I think with the team that we have now, they should be able to help the NPP strengthen its roots.”

Members of the party in five of the regions namely Oti, Bono East, North East, Ahafo and Western North regions on Saturday went to the polls to elect their regional executives.

That of Savannah Region will be held on Monday, May 20.

Mr Fuseini Nurudeen, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Nuru Oil Company Limited at the end of polls on Saturday was elected Regional Chairman of the NPP in the newly created North East Region.

The businessman got 49 votes to beat four other contestants to emerge the winner.

NPP delegates in the Oti Region also elected Evans Dapaah as their regional chairman.

He secured 80 votes, whilst Mr Steven Benyaseh Alewabah, his closest contender, polled 43 votes.

Credit:citinewsroom.com


lydia agyeiMay 20, 2019
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Two persons are reported dead as some parts of Accra got flooded after an hour of heavy rains on Monday morning

Areas like Okponglo, Legon, Kwame Nkrumah Circle interchange, Avenor, Alajo and some parts of Kaneshie got flooded.

The two bodies were found at Adabraka, a flood-prone area in the capital.

At the Kwame Nkrumah Circle, some vehicles got stuck in the floods while pedestrians traversed the knee-level floods.

Flooding in Accra is perennial and all attempts by the authorities to get citizens to avoid building on waterways and clogging the drains have proven futile.


admin-mainMay 7, 2019
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Founder and Leader of the Glorious Word and Power Ministry International, Rev Isaac Owusu Bempah, has reiterated that former President John Dramani Mahama has no chance of leading the country again.

In an interview, the controversial prophet noted that the former President is wasting his financial resources in his bid to be President again.

According to him, John Mahama lacks good advisers  and has been surrounded by hypocrites.

STORY BY :NANA AKUA FREMA


admin-mainMay 7, 2019
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Fox has renewed their hit series ‘Empire’ for its 6th season but with no plans to bring back the character played by Jussie Smollett as ‘Jamal’.

Jussie Smollett was charged with 16 felonies some months back, after it was revealed he staged the attack himself, although all the charges against him were cleared by mutual agreement, the studio has negotiated an extension to his option for season six of the hit series.

There are no plans of the character ’Jamal’ returning to Empire as explained in a statement by Fox Entertainment and 20th Century Fox TV .

Jussie’s character has been written out of the final two episodes of the current season 5 which is to end tomorrow.

STORY BY: NANA AKUA FREMAH


admin-mainMay 7, 2019
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Ground up Chale artist, Edward Kofi Agyeman Amoah known in showbiz as ‘‘Kofi Mole’’ has schooled the public on the perception of he and his contemporaries kind of rap.

 

The ‘‘Don’t be late’’ hit maker took to his twitter page, to explain their kind of rap music is real life issues, that is to let people know how hard today’s life is for young people and the hustle they go through to make ends meet but not to ‘attract sympathy’ as people percept.

STORY BY:NANA AKUA FREMA


admin-mainMay 6, 2019
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Singer Justin Bieber has praised colleague musician Chris Brown defining him as a hero with a mix of Michael Jackson and 2Pac Shakur put together.

In a recent post on social media, he stated everyone wants to wait till people die to give them their deserved credit. He added that till Chris Brown passes away after a long full life that is when everyone will miss what they had right in front of them the whole time.

He finally said to those who have overlooked Chris Brown’s talent because of a mistake he made should all reevaluate, sending out lots of love to Chris.

STORY BY: NANA AKUA FREMA

 



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