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You have Ghana's Continued Support in your Quest to Develop Football - President Akufo Addo to CAF President

President Akufo Addo has assured the President of Confederation of African Football (CAF), Ahmad Ahmad, of Ghana's continued support in his quest to develop football on the African continent.

Spotify sued for $1.6bn over copyright infringement of over 10,000 songs

The music streaming service Spotify has been sued for more than one billion dollars over claims that it infringed the copyright of songwriters and publishers.
The California company Wixen Music Publishing is seeking damages of at least $1.6bn (£1.18bn) claiming it used the tracks without a licence, allowing it to reproduce and distribute the songs, Reuters reported.

Bishop Charles Agyinasare,Marks 35yrs In Ministry With Festival Of Miracles

The Founder and Presiding Bishop of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare, has launched the Festival of Miracles scheduled from 30 January to 2 February 2018 at the Independence Square in Accra, to mark his 35th anniversary in the ministry of God.

Trump to announce Awards for “Most Dishonest & Corrupt Media”

U.S. President Donald Trump said he would announce awards for “most dishonest and corrupt” media outlets.
“I will be announcing THE MOST DISHONEST & CORRUPT MEDIA AWARDS OF THE YEAR on Monday at 5:00 o’clock [22:00 GMT].

“You Are On The Right Path, And Have Our Full Support” – Father Campbell To President Akufo-Addo

A Parish Priest of the Christ the King Church, in Accra, Rev. Father Andrew Campbell, has congratulated the President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on some of the policy decisions he has taken since assuming office on 7th January, 2017, and urged him not to be disillusioned by his critics.

Zambia foreign minister Harry Kalaba resigns over 'greed'

Zambia's foreign minister has announced his resignation in a scathing Facebook post, denouncing the country's "path of insatiable greed and shame".
Henry Kalaba said his decision was prompted by the "swelling" levels of corruption "perpetrated by those who are expected to be the solution".

Prostitute returns to work, 30 minutes after giving birth at a UK hospital

A British prostitute returned to work just 30 minutes after she gave birth to her child at a hospital.

30 armed men arrested following failed coup attempt in Equatorial Guinea

Authorities in Equatorial Guinea say they foiled an attempted coup in late December which led to the arrest of at least 30 armed men in Cameroon, near the border with Equatorial Guinea.

Yvonne Nelson names first child!

Actress Yvonne Nelson, who recently delivered her first child, has announced her name.
Three months old, the girl is to be known and called RYN Roberts. RYN is Welsh for “ruler”.

Grandmother with melting face that made her go blind refuses surgery as she fears dying on operating table

A Grandmother whose face is melting due to a rare condition is refusing surgery out of fear that an operation will lead to her death.

Uganda enacts law ending presidential age limits

Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni, one of Africa's longest-serving leaders, has signed a bill into law that removes a presidential age limit of 75 from the country's constitution.
The move allows the 73-year-old president to run for a sixth term in 2021.

Annie~Joy writes: The Last Thing To Do.Part 1 #BeInspired!

You are up and going everyday in life because you got teacher within you. Who teaches you everyday. Once upon a time, there live a great man, who was known in the world he lived in.

Before, he became great, he was a poor man and hunting was his survival.

Israel: African migrants told to leave or face imprisonment

The Israeli government has issued a notice for thousands of African migrants to leave the country or face imprisonment.
The migrants will be given up to $3,500 (£2,600) for leaving within the next 90 days.

Emmanuel Adebayor takes custody of his late brother's son and names him Junior Emmanuel Adebayor (Photo)

Former Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City striker, Emmanuel Adebayor, has taken custody of his late brother's son who he has named Junior Emmanuel Adebayor.

Bride battling breast cancer dies 18 hours after exchanging vows

A bride battling an aggressive type of breast cancer died just 18 hours after exchanging vows with her groom.

How Joselyn Dumas Dazzled At Potato Potahto World Premiere

Apart from her exceptional performance on Television and in Film. Africa loves her for her breathtaking fashion sense!.

Donald Trump taunts North Korea on Twitter over nuclear weapons

On Monday, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said in a speech that Pyongyang had completed its nuclear weapons program, which could reach any point in the continental U.S. Adding that “a nuclear button is always on the desk of my office,” during an annual televised New Year’s address.

Artiste Manager, Mr Kumi Responds To Marital Allegations

Manager of sensational gospel singer Patience Nyarko, Mr. Kumi Wilson of Trust Music Production has addressed allegations of marital issues circulating in the media space.