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“Creation Of New Region In Your Hands” – President Akufo-Addo To Nayiri

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says the proposed creation of new Regions in the country largely rest on the inhabitants of the areas who have submitted petitions and made demands for the creation of the new regions.

According to President Akufo-Addo, the Constitution stipulates that, once the President receives a petition for the creation of a region, he must forward it to the Council of State for advice.

Miss Guinea, Miss Nigeria, Miss Senegal & More Here For 2017 Miss Ghana

More international queens have touched down in Ghana to witness the prestigious beauty pageantry in Ghana, Miss Ghana 2017/Miss Ghana 60YearsOn event, which is happening tomorrow.

Following the arrival of Miss Hungary 2016, Timea Gelencser, this Tuesday, other international queens from other countries are also in town for the memorable event.

Photos: Man born without legs and arms, Nick Vujicic and his wife are expecting twins

Australian Christian evangelist, Nick Vujicic and his wife are expecting a set of twin girls.

The motivational speaker, popularly known worldwide and the "Limbless evangelist" made the announcement last July. His wife Kanae took to Facebook on Friday, to share a photo of her growing bump.The couple already have two boys.

Anti-nuclear weapons group wins 2017 Nobel Peace Prize

The 2017 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), a group calling for the ban of nuclear weapons.
ICAN, a coalition, is made up of hundreds of non-governmental organisations across the world.

Former Man U defender, Patrice Evra, cradles and bottle feeds a baby lion, calls it 'my little friend'

Former Man U captain and France defender, Patrice Evra, has no plans to stop entertaining his over three million followers as he posted a picture on Instagram of him bottle feeding a baby lion, same 'pet' animal he first showed off in May.

Magnitude 6.3 earthquake strikes off the east of Japan

A huge 6.3-magnitude earthquake has struck off the eastern coast of Japan, close to the scene where the Fukushima nuclear disaster occurred. No immediate reports of casualties or damage.

Under-17 World Cup: Ghana beat Colombia in first match

Two-time champions Ghana edged past Colombia 1-0 in their opening match in Group A of the Under-17 World Cup in India.
Sadiq Ibrahim scored the winner six minutes before half-time in the hard-earned victory for the Black Starlets.

Photos: Fire guts popular Kenyan second-hand clothes market

This morning, a huge fire broke out at Kenya's Gikomba market where firefighters tried to contain the blaze at the popular second-hand market. 

Local media reports that the fire started early on Friday morning and immediately, city authorities appealed to private operators of fire engines to assist in putting out the fire.

Watch the Saudi king get stuck in midair when his golden escalator breaks down in Russia

As leader of Saudi Arabia, King Salman travels in rarefied air. On Wednesday, he found himself stuck in it.

As the Saudi king arrived in Moscow, the golden escalator he uses to disembark his plane malfunctioned, leaving him stuck halfway to the tarmac.

2017 Miss Malaika Ghana Delegates Explore Ghanaian Culture

The gorgeous 2017 Malaika Ghana delegates are truly making television viewing such an exciting experience. They have treated their fans and viewers of the show to amazing episodes in the past weeks.

Last weekend, they explored their rich authentic Ghanaian Culture from all ten regions of Ghana; Greater Accra, Ashanti Region, Volta Region, Brong Ahafo Region, Western Region, Central region, Eastern Region and the three Northern Regions.

Harvey Weinstein: Film producer says 'I have caused a lot of pain'

Film producer Harvey Weinstein has issued an apology as a newspaper reported a number of sexual harassment allegations against him.

"I appreciate the way I've behaved with colleagues in the past has caused a lot of pain, and I sincerely apologise for it," said the movie mogul's statement.

Video: Boko Haram can’t stop these Children from Continuing Education

Since 2009, Boko Haram terrorists have killed more than 20,000 persons, including over 2,000 teachers, damaged schools, homes and places of worship.

The group has also been responsible to the kidnap, rape and forced marriage of thousands of female children in the region.

First Round Of Audition Kickstarts Search For Miss Nigeria Ghana

An audition at Carbon, one of the leading entertainment centres in Ghana, marked the beginning of programs lined up for this year’s Miss Nigeria Ghana event.

The audition took place on Saturday, September 30, at the famed entertainment centre located at Icon House at Airport City in Accra.

Lil Wayne Accused of Fathering 15-Year-Old Son

With the release date for Lil Wayne's Carter V album appearing foggier than ever, the "Fireman" MC might have bigger issues on his plate. According to TMZ, a woman named Keiotia Watson alleges that Wayne is the father of her 15-year-old son and that Weezy owes her child support.

‘Class One’ Teacher Adjudged 2017 National Best Teacher

A Primary 1 teacher, Faustina Cobson has been adjudged the 2017 National Best Teacher as Ghana marks Global Teachers Day.

The 41-year old who teaches at the Richard Aquaye Memorial school in Agbobloshie, Accra, beat two others to winner the coveted prize.

Illegal alcohol kills nine people in Tanzania

At least nine people have died and several others have been hospitalized in Tanzania's main city Dar es Salaam after consuming illicit alcohol. 

According to local authorities, the liquor contained an industrial chemical called 'GV' Gentian violet, an antiseptic dye normally used to treat infections of the skin, which is suspected to have caused the deaths.