Who Took Tetteh Quarshie To Fernando Po ?
The history of cocoa production in Ghana would always remind us of the legendary Tetteh Quarshie, whose legacy have stood for numerous years from the Gold Coast era to the present day Ghana. We have had time to read about books describing how Tetteh Quarshie went all the way to Fernado Po, the present day Equatorial Guinea to import into the country one of the viable cash crops known in Brazil as 'cacao' which is arguably the backbone of Ghana's economy.
Road Traffic Accident: The Real Pandemic in Ghana
Imagine you are driving on a highway in Ghana. You are enjoying the scenery and the breeze. You are listening to your favourite music and chatting with your friends. You are looking forward to reaching your destination and having a good time. Suddenly, you hear a loud bang.
Western Region-Teacher Dies After Allegedly Slapping A Pupil.
A teacher from Dixcove Methodist Basic School in the Ahanta West District of the Western Region of Ghana dies after allegedly slapping a pupil. Available information has it that, the pupil involved in the Dixcove incident had been showing unruly behaviour during instructional hours which apparantly irritated the teacher.
NDC’s Kpessa-Whyte hauled to Supreme Court over ‘Stupid Court’ tweet
The Supreme Court of Ghana has summoned the main opposition National Democratic Congress’ failed parliamentary aspirant for Shai-Osu Doku, Dr Michael Kpessa-Whyte, to defend himself against being held in contempt over a recent “stupid court” tweet. The Research Fellow with the History and Politics Section at the Institute of African Studies (IAS), tweeted on the back of the Supreme Court’s declaration of the election of Mr James Gyakye Quayson of the Assin North consituency, as unconstitutional.
Tragic Collision At Ritz Junction Shakes Madina-Adenta Road: Drivers Fighting For Their Lives
In a harrowing turn of events, the tranquility of the Madina-Adenta road was shattered as a ghastly accident involving three vehicles unfolded at Ritz Junction. The collision, which occurred in the early hours of the morning, left the community in shock and disbelief. As the dust settles and details emerge, the extent of the tragedy becomes apparent.
Gomoa Okyereko: 16 dead, over 40 injured in Gomoa Okyereko accident
Over 16 people have been pronounced dead with several passengers numbering over 40, sustaining various degree of injuries at Gomoa Okyereko on the Accra Cape Coast highway. According to an eyewitness, the accident occured on Tuesday, 30th May, 2023, at about 5 am where a Yutong bus traveling from Abidjan to Buduburam collided with a tanker transporting petrol from Accra heading towards Tarkoradi.
Gomoa Okyereko Accident Update: Survivors Visit Accident Scene To Thank God
As our readers will recall, LsbMedia, in our earlier publication reported on the gory accident that took the lives of dozens of people and injuring many others in Gomoa Okyereko on the Accra Cape Coast highway. As we all know, some of the victims who sustained some injuries were rushed to the hospital and are receiving treatment.
I haven't decided when to get married - Kofi Kinaata
In a recent interview, Martin King Arthur, popularly known as 'Kofi Kinaata', a Ghanaian Highlife singer, said he hasn't decided whether to get married. The 33-year-old, in an interview on Cape Coast’s Property FM, said marriage isn't when you get married.
UCC 5 semester courses admissions open for applications
Academic Year: 2022 to 2023 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION STUDIES SCHOOL OF EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND OUTREACH INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION INTO THE 5-SEMESTER BACHELOR OF EDUCATION SANDWICH PROGRAMMES 2022/2023 ACADEMIC YEAR The Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast wishes to inform the public that application forms for admission into the 5-Semester Bachelor of Education Programmes (Sandwich) for the 2022/2023 academic year are on sale and will continue until 10th June, 2022.
The Rise of Ghanaian Football: A Journey to Success.
Football has always held a special place in the hearts of every Ghanaian. It is a sport that unites the nation, brings joy to millions, and serves as a source of inspiration for the youth. Over the years, Ghanaian football has experienced a remarkable rise, marked by numerous successes and a growing reputation on the international stage.
Dr. Nyarku Visits Baseball5 African Tournament to Support Ghanaian Contingent
The Member of Parliament for Cape Coast North Constituency, Dr. Kwamena Minta Nyarku has paid a surprise visit to the Ghana under 18 Baseball5 team at the University of Cape Coast Sports Complex. Speaking to the team, the Cape Coast North MP expressed his elation at what he has seen so far at the venue.
St. Augustine's College Cape Coast: Nurturing Excellence, Values, and Tradition
St. Augustine's College Cape Coast: A Legacy of Excellence and Tradition St. Augustine's College, fondly known as "Augusco," is an esteemed educational institution situated in Cape Coast, Ghana. Established in 1930 by the Catholic Church, the school has gained a reputation for academic excellence, strong values, and a rich cultural heritage.
Doing Entertainment In Central Region Is Difficult But, We Do Our Best - Amansan Krakye
For the third consecutive time in a row, Cape Coast-based broadcast journalist with Property FM 102.1, Amansan Krakye, has been awarded at the Foklex Media Awards. Amansan Krakye who won the Entertainment Program Host of the Year in 2021, 2022 has achieved similar feats in 2023 for his showbiz exploits in Central Region.
5-year-old girl dies in collapsed building at Ada Magazine during downpour
A five-year-old girl is said to have died when a building collapsed on her during a heavy downpour at Ada Magazine in the New Juaben South Municipality of the Eastern Region. The deceased, Kukua Esther, was in the building with her 7-year-old brother at the time of the unfortunate incident on Saturday.
A man who insulted President Nana Akuffo-Addo has been remanded into police custody by a court.
A 40-year-old tile setter, Raphael Okoe Ankrah (also known as Okoe Killer), has been remanded into police custody by an Accra Circuit Court for insulting President Nana Akuffo-Addo.Ankrah, who pleaded not guilty to the charge of offensive conduct conducive to breaches of the peace, was arrested after the police came across a viral video on social media showing him using highly offensive language directed at the President.
Hypertension Is a Silent Killer And We Need To Watch Out - GAMLS Central Region Chair States
A Microbiologist of the Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital and the Central Region Chairman of Ghana Association Of Medical Laboratory Scientists (GAMLS), Dr. Ekow Kuma Nelson has described high blood pressure as a silent killer. According to him it's a silent killer because it is asymptomatic. Meaning it doesn't come with symptoms and it only becomes serious with affected people normally when they least expect it and the consequences can be very dire.
How Freddie Blay, GNPC tried to 'sell' 50% of Ghana's oil interest in Cape Three Points to PetroSA
In 2019, Freddie Blay, the then-chief executive of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC), attempted to sell 50% of Ghana's oil interest in the Cape Three Points block to PetroSA, the South African state-owned oil company. The deal was met with widespread opposition from Ghanaians, who saw it as a sell-out of the country's natural resources.
Why Prof Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang is the Ideal Partner for John Dramani Mahama in the 2024 Election
On Saturday, May 13th, 2023, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) overwhelmingly voted for John Dramani Mahama (JDM) as their flag bearer and presidential hopeful, with 297,603 votes representing 98.9% of the valid ballots cast by party delegates. According to Article 43 of the NDC constitution, the party's presidential candidate is required to nominate a running mate in consultation with the Council of Elders and the National Executive Committee (NEC).
Dr. Nyarku Emerges As Winner In The Cape Coast North NDC Primaries
Dr. Kwamena Minta Nyarku, Cape Coast North Member of Parliament has emerged winner in a keenly contested NDC Primaries in his constituency. In a contest where four other people competed against him during the NDC primary held at the premises of the West African Examination Council at Mempeasem, Dr. Kwamena Minta Nyarku pulled 568 votes to emerge the winner.
Security personnel, casual workers take up minor roles in hospitals
Security personnel, casual workers take up minor roles in hospitals The Tema General Hospital has, without precedent for some years, recorded sharp decrease in maternal death rate The strike activity by nurses and midwives to interest for better states of administration has constrained some Security Personnel and easygoing specialists in certain hospitals in the Cape Coast City to take up minor functions to help medical services conveyance. Some security personnel were seen accepting some minor jobs like