Meet Laurent Kabila, The Powerful African President Who Was Shot To Death By His Own Bodyguard
In a shocking turn of events, President Laurent Kabila of Congo was tragically shot and killed by one of his own bodyguards. This unexpected incident has sent shockwaves throughout the nation and the international community. Laurent Kabila, who rose to power by deposing Africa' s notorious dictator, Mobutu Sese Seko, brought his country into further disarray during his time in office.
I'm Not Sacred Of Prosecution - Professor Frimpong-Boateng.
Professor Frimpong-Boateng has disclosed that he is not scared of being prosecuted by the Office of the Special Prosecutor(OSP). The former chairman of the now dissolved Inter - Ministerial Committee on Illegal Mining (IMCIM) disclosed this in an interview with JoyNews. Professor Frimpong-Boateng was arrested by the Office of the Special Prosecutor last month to provide answers to some questions about suspected cases of corruption regarding the activities and expenditure of the dissolved Inter - Ministerial Committee on Illegal Mining.
Ukraine and Russia Trade Accusations of Dam Destruction:
Ukraine and Russia Trade Accusations of Dam Destruction: Escalating Tensions in a Volatile Region. In a worrying development that further lengthen the already tense relationship between Ukraine and Russia, the two neighboring nations have recently traded accusations of destroying dams along their shared border. These allegations have raised concerns about the potential environmental and humanitarian problem in the region, as well as the implications for the broader geopolitical
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.
Sammy Gyamfi’s claims on who qualifies to be a parliamentary candidate false – EC
The Electoral Commission has said the claims by the National Communications Officer of the National Democratic Congress , Sammy Gyamfi, to the effect that a parliamentary candidate must be a registered voter in a constituency they are seeking to represent is false. In a statement issued on Tuesday, the EC indicated that parliamentary candidates are only required to be registered voters but the constituency they are registered in, does not hinder them from contesting for an election in another constituency.
Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia Inaugurates Refurbished Office Building of Upper East Regional House of Chiefs
In a momentous occasion that blends tradition and modernity, Vice-President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia recently inaugurated the beautifully refurbished office building of the Upper East Regional House of Chiefs. This remarkable event signifies a significant step forward in preserving cultural heritage while embracing progress and development in the Upper East Region of Ghana.
My unconstitutional leave was “timely” due to the toxic environment at the Audit Service - Domelevo
Former Auditor General, Daniel Yaw Domelevo, says the compulsory directive by President Akufo-Addo, directing him to go on an involuntary One Hundred and Sixty-Seven (167) days of accumulated leave was “timely”. According to Mr. Domelevo, though the directive by the presidency was illegal and unconstitutional, “asking me to leave office was timely" due to the “toxic environment” that has been created at the service. The former Auditor-General indicated that situations at the office compelled him to
Psychological wellness eats up 7% Gross domestic product
A review directed by three foundations has uncovered that seven percent of the country's efficiency is lost to customary Ghanaians because of psychological well-being. The concentrate by the College of Ghana's Foundation of Measurable, Social and Monetary Exploration (ISSER), as a team with the Yale College and the Division of Psychiatry Branch of the College of Ghana, likewise showed that main three percent of psychological wellness patients got administrations from standard mental settings.
Peter Amewu to be Alan’s Running Mate?
The permutations in the NPP presidential primary has begun. Who partners Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen? Who will be Bawumia’s running mate? And what about Kennedy Agyepong’s prospective running mate? The three individuals are so far, the leading contenders in the NPP presidential nomination.
Northern Ministers causing chaos for Bawumia in Northern Regions?
The five Northern Regions, many students of Ghanaian politics can easily posit is all for Vice President, Alhaji Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia for the taking. They may not be wrong though. After all, he’s a son of the Northern territory of Ghana. His father, Alhaji Mumuni Bawumia was major stakeholder in Northern politics since the First Republic.
Conflicting Reports Surrounding the Resignation of Ghana's Minister of Finance: Charles Adu Boahen
In a surprising turn of events, conflicting reports have emerged regarding the resignation of Charles Adu Boahen, the Deputy Minister of Finance at the Office of the President in Ghana. Allegations against Boahen were raised in an investigative report conducted by renowned journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas. However, the circumstances surrounding his departure from office remain unclear, with some sources suggesting he was sacked by President Akufo-Addo, while others claim that Boahen voluntarily resigned from his position.
5 Mysteries That Scientists Cannot Explain.
In the vast realm of scientific exploration, there exist phenomena that challenge our current understanding of the world. These perplexing mysteries have captivated the minds of scientists and researchers, defying explanation despite years of study and investigation. In this article, we delve into five intriguing enigmas that continue to baffle scientists, leaving us in awe of the vast complexities of our universe.
Ashanti Region Takes The Lead in Endorsing Bawumia's Nomination Forms
In an exciting display of solidarity, the Ashanti Region has taken the lead in endorsing the nomination forms of Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, signaling a strong show of support for his aspirations. The region, renowned for its significant political influence in Ghana, has once again demonstrated its unwavering commitment to the political process.
The Government Confirmation Board of Trustees investigates deserted $7.8m Elmina Fish Handling HiPla
The Parliamentary Board on Government Affirmation has surveyed the undesirable Elmina Fish Dealing Plant in the Central Region to gain proficiency with the drops and find pragmatic solutions for them. The plant, created by Expotec Worldwide Limited of India at a cost of $7.8 million with endowments from the EXIM Bank of India, had been abandoned after it was charged in 2016.
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.
Culture Clash: Westernization in Ghana - A Source of Cultural Enrichment or Erosion?
Ghana, like many nations around the world, is grappling with the influence of Westernization on its rich cultural heritage. While some argue that Westernization brings cultural enrichment and positive progress, others contend that it erodes Ghanaian traditions and values. Today, we delve into this controversial topic, exploring the complex dynamics between Westernization and Ghanaian culture.
Kumasi: Over 500 to 700 KTI students sent home for misconduct
The Punch Newspaper can say on record that authorities of Kumasi Technical Institute (KTI)in the Ashanti Region have sacked over seven hundred (700)students for failing to attend Assembly today. Speaking to some of the students this afternoon they confirmed that authorities have asked them to go home with their bags and chop box and to return no more.
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.
Eric Edem Agbana Declared Winner of Ketu North Constituency's NDC Parliamentary Primary
Eric Edem Agbana emerged victorious in the parliamentary primary held in the Ketu North constituency of the Volta Region last Saturday. The National Executive of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) confirmed Agbana's win after a meeting with the contestants. Agbana secured 360 votes, narrowly defeating John Kobla Adanu, who garnered 359 votes.
See How Western Regional Pre-Mix Office Has Deteriorated Due To Neglect
The Co-operative Fishermen Service Centre (Western Region-Sekondi Premix Office) which was constructed in 1999 during the era of its first coordinator, Mr. Tawiah affectionately called "Ewuradze I call you" keeps deteriorating to the surprise of its many patrons despite the major role it plays in the fisheries subsector of the economy. The