British Broadcasting Corporation Sport Reporter, John Bennett, has stated supporters should not rate Crystal Palace’s Jordan Ayew on goals solely. Bennett, believes the Ghanaian international is crucial to Veiria’s squad in league survival last season and in best position of excelling this seasons.
The Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram Constituency, Mr. Sam Dzata George has shredded the media conglomerate, Despite Media into pieces for what he calls, their inability to fully decode the meaning of his words during an interview concerning the ongoing debate about the homosexual community in the country.
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British Broadcasting Corporation's (BBC) celebrated Journalist, Peter Okwoche who was highly praised by many Ghanaians for his boldness and factual description of the Ghanaian economy in April, this year in a one-on-one interview with His Excellency Nana Akufo-Addo, has described the the Ghanaian economy again in a way Nana Akufo-Addo will definitely not be happy with.
Ask a six years old Ghanaian child the simplest question; “what is politics?” and he or she will respond with a stern face in the words: ”politics is a game of game of lies”. Politicians have over the years managed to make a reputation for themselves as society’s agents of deception and as such, have lost the trust and belief of most people. Ghana, a country considered by many people all over the world as Africa’s most democratic nation has a political space which is not too different from the rest
The Former Central Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Allotey Jacobs reacts to Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's interview on the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). Allotey Jacobs said that the questions from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) journalist were good and the answers Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo gave out were beautiful.
Anas Aremeyaw Anas, one of Africans best undercover journalist released a video of Fake medications that are given to people by herbal practitioners at a very high price. The video was titled Corona quacks and was aired by British Broadcasting Corporation ( BBC) and other local TV stations like Citi FM and TV3. Ghanaians were not really impressed by the exposure and blasted him, for the keeping their hopes high. Ghanaians were expecting something from corrupt government officials and medical practitioners but
The General Manager of Power FM, Mugabe Masse told a lady who was sitting with him in the studio that, he is hearing people saying the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) journalist, Peter Okochwe is a member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC). The name of the lady was not exposed to the general public but according to her when Mugabe Masse informed her of what he has heard, she said Ghanaians are only making allegations.
Ghana's Kumawood film industry has produced a number of talented young actors and actresses who excel in a variety of roles.
Thank you for clicking on this article to read. Please do well to Follow this page for more News and Updates for your reading pleasure. Thank you. The British Broadcasting Corporation has brought to light another cover up on human trafficking and modern day slavery currently going on in Kuwait. In a video sighted online, the undercover agents make various enquires concerning their wish to buy or trade for maids. It is shocking to see that these women being sold off as maids and house helps are from across many
Kumawood actress Maame Serwaa who posted a picture on social media celebrating her birthday has been greeted with insults and harsh words from fans who feel she was indecently dressed. In the picture, Maame Serwaa's b00bs were heavily on display and it was not clear whether she was celebrating her birthday or celebrating her cleavage. Some fans did not like this at all and descended on her. They admonished her to be decent and stop too much exposure and revealing in her outfits. Clara Benson Amoateng popularly
Today we bring to you an article on a Nigerian doctor who removed an unborn baby from the womb and returned it after operation. According to the CNN- the Cable News Network, BBC- British Broadcasting Corporation and many other Cable News Networks and Main Stream Media all over the globe, a particular Nigerian-born Doctor based in the United States of America identified as Dr. Oluyinka Olutoye reportedly co-led an operation alongside 21 other professional Doctors and Surgeon to remove a fetus (unborn baby) from
The 57-year-old woman, Elizabeth Yamoah, who wrote his final year JHS exams has been featured on the British Broadcasting Corporation. Elizabeth Yamoah completed his basic education in September 2020, as she took part in the Basic Education Certificate Examination. Also, she was the oldest candidate of the year and she completed Odoben Presbyterian Junior High School. In a 2 minutes 15 seconds video report on the BBC News Pidgin platform, Madam Yamoah revealed that she enrolled in the school in order to achieve
Someone might ask what BBC is . BBC here is an abbreviation for"British Broadcasting Corporation" . BBC is used to refer to television channels and radio stations that are own by BBC. BBC is a British Public Service broadcaster. It's main responsibility is to provide impartial public service broadcasting in the UK channels and all over world. It is also a public corporation of the department for digital , Culture , media and sport. I know by now you're still asking why this Article and why this title . now let
The British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC, has reported how a medical student from Nigeria identified to be Enya Egbe ran away from his anatomy class after finding out the corpse of his missing friend was what he was asked to work on. According to the reports, this happened in one of the universities in a state in Nigerian known as Calabar during their anatomy practical.