Popular Ghanaian singer, Rudolph Nana Kwame, known in showbiz as Nasty, has disclosed that he has been a drug addict for 22 years and tells the story of how it all began. According to him, most Boys’ Schools in Ghana are drug-infested. Nasty attended Adisadel College, where he started as a drug peddler and eventually started using.
Ace journalist Nana Kwadwo Jantuah has sued Wontumi Communications Limited owned by the Ashanti Regional Chairman of the NPP Mr Bernard Antwi Bosiako aka Chairman Wontumi and astute legal practitioner Maurice Ampaw for defamation. Nana Kwadwo Jantuah is asking the court to award GHC 150,000 in damages against Wontumi Communication (Wontumi Radio and TV) and Lawyer Maurice Ampaw for publishing falsehood about him. Nana Jantuah also prayed the court to compel Lawyer Maurice Ampaw and Wontumi TV and Radio which
According to sources, Fiorentina is eager to give Cristiano Ronaldo a way out of Old Trafford as rumors over his future with Manchester United continue to spread. The 37-year-old Ronaldo has said he wants to leave United this summer. The five-time Ballon d'Or winner was compelled to remain in position 12 months after a fantastic return to the location where it all started for him on a global scale since there were no serious bids for him at that point.
Sports Minister of Ghana cautions fans: You run the risk of going to jail if you resell match ticket
Mustapha Ussif, the minister of youth and sports, has issued a warning that fans who resale Ghana match tickets risk legal action in Qatar. He claims that certain people in police custody are being investigated for reselling FIFA World Cup tickets. Ussif addressed the fans in a meeting at their base in Doha, Almadaen Complex.
An upcoming gospel musician Miss Mercy Boahene popularly known in the music industry as 'Queen Merss' has assured that she intends to work hard to become a popular gospel songstress like Diana Hamilton. She said whenever she listens to the gospel songs of Diana Hamilton she feels comfortable and aspires to become like her.
Political leaders have been challenged to empower citizens per their campaign promises made during electioneering years instead of continuing impoverishing them. They have, also, been charged to respect the trust of ordinary Ghanaians who are woed by their many promises in return for their votes but fails to oblige them.
Principal legal officer Merrick Wreath declared Friday that he is naming an exceptional direction to decide if to charge previous president Donald Trump with violations in two separate cases. "The Division of Equity has long perceived that in specific exceptional cases. It is in the public premium to name an extraordinary examiner to freely deal with an examination and arraignment," Festoon told journalists at a news gathering at Division of Equity central command in Washington, DC.
Ken Ofori-Atta is under increasing pressure from Ghanaians to quit as Finance Minister, with his detractors holding him accountable for the country's current economic difficulties. The minority in Parliament brought a motion of censure against Ofori-Atta. Seven claims were brought against the minister by the Minority MPs, including extravagant spending, conflicts of interest, financial irresponsibility that caused the Ghana cedi to plunge, and egregious economic mismanagement.
It is allover social media about the massive health walk which was held in the Ashanti Region of Ghana to promote Alan Kyeremanteng towards NPP ( New Patriotic Party) presidential primaries. As some party members are supporting Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanteng, others are also going for His Excellency the Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.
Former Twitter Africa HQ employees are suing Elon Musk, the richest man in the world, over how they were let go from their jobs. Following his purchase of Twitter, Elon Musk began mass firings of the company's workers, which had an impact on the Ghana-based employees.
In response to Cristiano Ronaldo's inflammatory TV interview with Piers Morgan, in which the footballer disparaged important members of the club, Manchester United has announced that they are taking "necessary steps." The impact from the unprecedented interview between Ronaldo and Morgan that aired on UK TV this week in two sections and was drip-fed to the media for a few days is still going on.