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POLITICS

Peace Of Mind - NPP National Communication Officer Spotted Sitting Calmly Along The Street Abroad.

Deputy National Communication officer for the ruling New Patriotic Party Jennifer Oforiwaah Queen was spotted sitting calmly along an unknown street abroad. The beautiful and eloquent communicator shared the photo on her Facebook and labelled it as "PEACE OF MIND". Perhaps, she is sitting there to think about herself and her beautiful political future after her candidate ( John Boadu) lost in the just ended New Patriotic Party's internal elections.

  8 days ago ago
Peace Of Mind - NPP National Communication Officer Spotted Sitting Calmly Along The Street Abroad.

POLITICS

Peace Of Mind - NPP National Communication Officer Spotted Sitting Calmly Along The Street Abroad.

Deputy National Communication officer for the ruling New Patriotic Party Jennifer Oforiwaah Queen was spotted sitting calmly along an unknown street abroad. The beautiful and eloquent communicator shared the photo on her Facebook and labelled it as "PEACE OF MIND". Perhaps, she is sitting there to think about herself and her beautiful political future after her candidate ( John Boadu) lost in the just ended New Patriotic Party's internal elections.

  8 days ago ago
Peace Of Mind - NPP National Communication Officer Spotted Sitting Calmly Along The Street Abroad.

ENTERTAINMENT

12 Movies You Should Look Out For In August

August is here! So are new movies to look out for. Below are some movies that should be on your radar for this month. Bullet Train Promotional Poster Storyline: Ladybug is an unlucky assassin, determined to finish the job peacefully after one gig suffered too much chaos.

  8 days ago ago
12 Movies You Should Look Out For In August

ECONOMY-FINANCE

The People’s Forum: Transport fares killing our businesses – Madina market women cry

Marketplace girls at Madina in Accra are lamenting over the continuous growth in fuel costs. They declare that transportation has been extended and their capital is being invested in moving foodstuffs from the farms to Accra. The women expressed their frustration on the human beings’ forum, a section on Adom FM’s morning show, Dwaso Nsem, on Thursday.

  15 days ago ago
The People’s Forum: Transport fares killing our businesses – Madina market women cry