Three people, including a two-year-old boy, perished when a speeding fuel tanker was involved in an accident at Onyinanumfo in the Ahafo-Ano South-West District of the Ashanti Region, on Monday, May 24.
Prophet Dr Eric Nana Kwesi Amponsah Computer Man, General Overseer of the Hope Generation Ministry International has pledged New Patriotic Party government’s resolve to go the extra mile to build a society that works for everybody.
Workers of Xtra Gold, the mining company belonging to New Patriotic Party’s National Women’s Organizer Kate Gyamfuaa have been narrating how they were assaulted by the military task force during its latest operation at their mining site.
• Inter Allies lost by a lone goal to Great Olympics• The Accra-based club needs a miracle to escape relegation at the end of the season • They face third-placed Medeama on matchday 27 in Accra
Inter Allies head coach, Felix Aboagye, has blamed referee Isaac Osie for their matchday 26 defeat to Great Olympics at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday, May 22, 2021.
Attempts by the Government of Ghana to have Ghanaians re-register their Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) cards have been criticized by research and policy think-tank Strategic Thinkers Network Africa (STRANEK Africa).
Minority Leader Haruna Idrissu has assured all supporters and members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and Ghanaians in general that the opposition lawmakers are united in Parliament to hold the Akufo-Addo administration accountable.
Minority Leader in Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu has said the Speaker of Parliament Alban Bagbin has not written to him on the replacement of North Tongu lawmaker, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa on the Appointments Committee of Parliament.
• Asante Kotoko coach, Mariano Barretto says the league is far from over
• Asante Kotoko’s last game against WAFA ended in a 1-1 draw
• Kotoko will face Aduana Stars on matchday 27 in Dormaa
Asante Kotoko coach, Mariano Barretto, has that they are still in a good position to win the 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League season.
The acting Director General of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA), John Mensah Anang, says while it is concerned about the absence of textbooks in the markets, it is very confident that teachers will have minimal problems teaching without textbooks.