Mohamed Salah is set to return to Liverpool soon after being released from Egypt's squad. The 30-year-old scored twice to help his country defeat Niger 3-0 in a friendly on Friday, and he was expected to play in today's match against Liberia. Egypt manager Rui Vitoria, on the other hand, has announced that Salah will be left out of the squad, allowing the forward to return to Merseyside sooner than expected.
Ethiopia is Africa's second-oldest sovereign state, behind Liberia, which was the first to break free from colonial authority. According to 2019 estimates, it has a population of more than 112 million people, making it Africa's second-most populous country after Nigeria. It was able to prevent colonization due to its position and unity though it had a weak economy.
I See Something Ugly Happening -Prophet Nigel Gaisie Gives A New Prophecy About An African President
When a Preacher man gives a prophecy, it isn't that they are Prophets of doom but they serve as the mouthpiece of God to reveal the hidden which might befall an individual or organization. Ghana as a country is blessed to have genuine men of God whose track record of foretelling future events is tremendous.
“Something Ugly Is About To Happen, The President Must Be Protected” - Nigel Gaisie Drops Revelation
Prophet Nigel Gaisie, the founder and head of Prophetic Hill Chapel, stated in a Facebook post that something "ugly" is about to happen in Liberia. He believed that the president of that nation needed to be well-protected. However, Nigel Gaisie chose not to reveal what he observed taking place in the nation; instead, he summarized it and said it is something strange and ugly.
Prophet Nigel Gaisie has once again dropped a prophecy on his Facebook account. The leader and founder of the Prophetic Hill Chapel international is noted for his numerous prophecies. Though there have been several cautions against doomsday prophecies, the Umuofia prophet has been resolute and spoken when he felt he is moved to speak by God.
Ghana and Nigeria have been defeated in the Jollof competition organized by 3FM. The event which took place at the Gold Coast Bar & Restaurant in Accra, Ghana had 6 African countries participating. The 6 African countries are; Ivory Coast, Liberia, Senegal, Gambia, Nigeria, and Ghana.
It is not a novelty for celebrities and legends to shift from their known careers and venture into mainstream politics. In the United States of America, Arnold Swachniger made history when he contested for the governorship of California in 2008 and become its 38th administrative leader after his long carreer in the movies.
The recent circulating news that has caused lots of reactions across all social media platforms was when the incumbent President, Akufo Addo was finally vindicated again over $430 million Covid support brouhaha. Not long ago, the former President, John Mahama, and some members of the largest opposition party (NDC) boldly came out to accuse the Akufo Addo government for mismanaging the economy alongside some funds the country received from the World Bank to fight the covid19 pandemic but it seems the incumbent has been finally vindicated again.
News emanating from UTV Journalists with their necks sticked IN WASSCE 2022 issues indicates that, Ghana has been left alone to write the upcoming West African Senior High Schools Certificate Examination. According to the reports, all the other four West African countries namely, Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Gambia have all changed their academic calendars.
A 20-year-old woman by the name of Akua has related a tale of how a 50-year-old guy got her pregnant without her being aware that he had three children, the last of whom was even older than she was. On Wontumi Nka Wasem, a social program on Movement TV with Maame Dufie and Counselor Lutterodt, she made this startling disclosure.
UTV's United Showbiz has proven to be a consistent provider of stress-relieving fun times. This Saturday's show took a different turn as Nana Ama McBrown hosted the likes of Big Akwes and Kumchacha in addition to the regular panel members. Discussions hovered around the political ambition of Kumchacha, trending issues involving Big Akwes as well as a host of entertainment issues.
Ghana joined Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Gambia in May/June 2006 to take part in a four West African nations nations examination(WASSCE). Liberia also rejoined later after taking a break because of war. The calendar of the examination changed in 2020 to August/September due to COVID 19.
Jafari Ferguson aka Michael Blackson is a Ghanaian/Liberian-American actor and comedian. He was born in Nsaba, Ghana. He lived briefly in Liberia with his family before moving to Newark, New Jersey at age 13 and then later to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the age of 15.The comedian releases this when talking on a program show at US that, a woman will take a cheating rich man over a poor faithful man.
Liberia President George Tawlon Manneh Oppong Ousman Weah Joins the Buga Challenge. I can tell you, Mr president got the dance moves right. Apart from being a president he used to be an entertainer, many of us can remember his playing days at PSG, AC Milan, Chelsea (loan) and Manchester City
Introduction It could be recalled that, in the year 2020, COVID-19 broke out in the whole world and affected so many things including socioeconomic life ,academic life , as well as financial life of people in the world.This forced almost all the countries in the world to shut down schools from Kindergarten to the Universities due to the severity of the spread of the virus.
Just Ghanaian up-and-comers are left to compose the West African Senior High School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), planned from August 1 to September 27, 2022. This is on the grounds that the other four-part nations of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) — Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone and The Gambia — have gotten back to the May/June schedule and had regulated the WASSCE for their school competitors from May 9 to June 24, this year.
Just Ghanaian candidates are left to write the West African Senior High School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), planned from August 1 to September 27, 2022. This is on the grounds that the other four-part nations of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) — Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone and The Gambia — have gotten back to the May/June schedule and had regulated the WASSCE for their school up-and-comers from May 9 to June 24, this year.
The Deputy Minister for Education, Rev Ntim Fordjour has urged Ghanaians to disregard the minority’s claim that the government of Ghana owes the West Africa Examination Council (WEAC) an amount of GHC21 million. He indicated that the government has met every obligation with the examination council and tagged the allegation of the ranking Member on the Education Committee of Parliament, Clement Apaak, as a propaganda.
She explained that the WAEC's other four members — Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and The Gambia — had returned to the May/June calendar this year and had administered the WASSCE for their school candidates from May 9 to June 24. The academic calendars of the four countries have been streamlined to allow them to write the exam in May/June, as Ghana adheres to the 'new normal calendar' caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
The West African Senior High School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), which is scheduled to take place from August 1 to September 27, 2022, will only be administered to candidates from Ghana. This is due to the fact that the other four West African Examinations Council (WAEC) members, Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and The Gambia, switched back to the May/June calendar and held this year's WASSCE exams from May 9 to June 24 for their school applicants.