The youth of these days are not ready to listen to advice. They think they can achieve anything by themselves and hence, they have no respect for their fathers and elders in their communities. Kingdom News drops another news this afternoon which occured in the Central Region [Assin South].
The completion and opening of the first phase of the Tema Interchange brought a big relief to commuters and residence in the area. The prayers of Ghanaians have just been head as latest information gathered indicates that the Road Minister has just completed signing of a contract in Japan for the second phase of the Tema Interchange project.
The recent circulating news that has raised massive concerns amongst Ghanaians was when over 18 Togolese nationals were finally brought to justice in Hohoe in the Volta region over unlawful purposes. According to the Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Jonathan Lamptey at the Hohoe Divisional Command, the 20 prime suspects with age ranging from 21 to 35 and resided in a single room at Gbi Bla, a suburb of Hohoe spoke French.
Tv3 presenter and host of TV3 New Day, Johnnie Hughes has heaped praises on the Minister of Roads and Highways, Honorable Kwasi Amoako-Attah. Speaking on Johnnie's Bite show this morning, Johnnie Hughes revealed the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori Atta should learn from what the Minister of Roads and Highways, Kwasi Amoako-Attah has been doing in terms of his timely appearance in parliament.
The state of Roads in Ghana promises to be good year after year and even though we see some good roads, most Ghanaians do not see it as good enough since so much money goes into road construction only for the majority of these roads to last from one to at most four years and they go back to its former state or even worse than that.
Burkina Faso defeated Ghana in the second game of the WAFU ZONE B U-17 championship semi-finals at the cape coast sports stadium on Tuesday 21 June. Coach Paa Kwasi Fabian paraded a strong squad to meet his Burkina Faso opponents in the semis of the WAFU Zone B championship. It was a strong contest as the two teams settle for a goalless draw in the first half. The starlets had most possession of the ball in the first half but failed to break the defence of the Burkina Faso team. In the 64th minute, black starlets
Mobile Money Agent Association of Ghana has lamented over the implementation of the E Levy policy which is still collapsing their jobs. On behalf of the Association, Mr Kwasi Addo spokesperson disclosed that, since the government implemented the E Levy policy, the rate at which customers withdrawing their money from their Momo wallet has affected their jobs.
The head pastor of Crossover Prayer Ministry Prophet Isaac Kwasi Ahorsu has labeled Ashanti Region prophets as Azaa and makeup prophets. Controversial and outspoken prophet, Isaac Kwasi has hit on fake pastors who resides mostly in Kumasi and Ashanti Region as a whole. Prophet Kwasi Isaac made this bold statement on his show purposely done to teach Christians the right way to follow and guidance.
The popularly known Akufo Addo appointee has finally landed himself in another serious trouble considering how most Ghanaians have boldly come out to massively react to his recent promise as the Roads and Highway Minister. Whilst addressing the recent challenges Ghanaians alongside motorists encounter on our various roads amidst the current rain season amongst others, the Minister of Roads and Highways, Kwasi Amoako-Attah unexpectedly highlighted that, the Akufo Addo government will embark on another project that will implement the construction of underground crossroads for school children.
The application of the Ghana Police Service against pressure organization Arise Ghana regarding their upcoming two-day demonstrations scheduled for Tuesday, June 28, to Wednesday, June 29, has been partially allowed by the Criminal Court 4 of the Accra High Court. ACP Henry Otoo, director of police operations, requested a court order prohibiting the group from protesting from 3 pm to 10 pm, citing safety and terrorist concerns.
The Ghana police service has taken to their social media page to inform all Ghanaians that the Kwame Nkrumah motorway has been opened to full capacity this morning. The road was undergoing some repair works but it seems all is done now. The police service wrote on their page that "Kwame Nkrumah Motorway - N1 has been opened to full traffic at 6:00 am this morning following the completion of repair works on the Lakplakpa bridge along the Tema-Accra bound lane." They also thanked motorists for their patience during
There is a trending video of Ghana's road minister assuring Ghanaians that the Motorway would be opened on Friday 17th June 2022. The Roads Minister explained that he will be spending the night on the Accra-Tema motorway to ensure it is reopened to traffic tomorrow. Kwasi Amoako-Atta also said he cannot enjoy his “comfortable home” at the time his engineers are working tirelessly to complete the repair works on the road. While inspecting the work on Wednesday, June 15, he was highly confident that the deadline
Member of Parliament (MP) for Adaklu, Kwame Agbodza has communicated his mistake in the Ghana Police Administration for going to court over the Emerge Ghana Development exhibit which is planned for Tuesday 28 June, 2022 in Accra. The lawmaker believes that the public authority is utilizing the court to choke individuals.
Chief Justice Kwasi Anin Yeboah has cautioned new lawyers to not see their venture as one characterized by monetary gains. The Chief Justice made this statement addressing the new recruited lawyers set to help build the nation forward and ensure just. He made mention of where practitioners will use their advantage at the expense of the rules.
Ghana black starlets will face their Neighbours Ivory coast today at the cape coast sports stadium for the third-place game in the WAFU Zone B U-17 championship at 3 pm ghana time. Coach Paa Kwasi Fabian and his team failed to reach the grand finale of the competition after a one-nil defeat to Burkina Faso in the semi-finals.
Three senior police officials have been prohibited by the Ghana Police Service, following Monday's aggravations at the Islamic Senior High School (SHS), at Aprepo, in the Ashanti Region. They are Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP) Kwasi Akomeah-Apraku, Deputy Ashanti Regional Police Commander, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) George Ankomah, the Regional Operations Commander, and ACP Alex Cudjoe, the Suame Divisional Police Commander.
After a gas explosion at the Kumasi Shoe Factory in Atonsu Agogo on Friday, June 17, at least three people were seriously injured. Two cars were also burned in the event, which occurred at 11:00 a.m. When the gas tanker caught fire, it was reportedly discharging fuel into the company's cylinder.
Three senior cops have been prohibited by the Ghana Police Service, following Monday's aggravations at the Islamic Senior High School (SHS), at Aprepo, in the Ashanti Region. They are Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP) Kwasi Akomeah-Apraku, Deputy Ashanti Regional Police Commander, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) George Ankomah, the Regional Operations Commander, and ACP Alex Cudjoe, the Suame Divisional Police Commander.
The country is still in shock after an explosion occurred yesterday in Appiatse near Bogoso in the Western Region of Ghana. Sources says the total casualties are unknown though many are feared to be dead and much more injured. Today, Friday, January 21, 2022 the Vice President Dr. Bawumia led a powerful delegation from government to visit the explosion site and also the injured persons.
Segments of the Accra-Tema Motorway shut to traffic on Monday, have been opened following the consummation of fix works on a bedraggled extension on the stretch. It was opened today, Friday, June 17, 2022, to drivers as guaranteed by the Roads and Highways Minister, Kwasi Amoako-Attah.