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Fulani Herdsmen Menace In Ghana Will Be Arrested And Dealt With - President Akufo Addo

Activities of Fulani herdsmen which has often resulted in the killing of Ghanaians in several parts of the country will be arrested and dealt with decisively, President Akufo Addo has stated.

Married American pastor mistakenly shares a photo of himself kissing another man (photo)

A New York based pastor, Tommy Clark who is married to a woman mistakenly shared a photo of himself kissing another man on his Facebook page. Or maybe someone hacked his accoount and posted the pic.

Robbers raid new Mugabe mansion: report

Three men have appeared in a Harare court for overpowering an armed policeman and stealing materials worth nearly $5 000 from the building site of Bona Mugabe’s mansion.

Patoranking Officially Announces His Imprint “Amari Musiq”

Coming right after the announcement of his deal with the global music publishing company Warner/Chappell, Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie, better known by his stage name Patoranking has announced a new addition to expanding his career with the launch of his record label - Amari Musiq.

Black Civil Rights Activist Viola Desmond to appear on Canada’s $10 Note

For the first time, a black person will feature on Canada’s currency note, with civil rights activist Viola Desmond to feature on Canada’s $10 bill.

Stonebwoy Contractually Tied To Zylofon Music – Head Of Communications, Samuel Atoubi Baah

Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Livingstone Etse Satekla better known as Stonebwoy is contractually tied to Zylofon Music.

Ghanaian teacher who drew Microsoft word software on the chalkboard arrives in Singapore for the Microsoft Global Education Exchange Summit.

Ghanaian teacher, Owura Akoto who went viral after a photo of him teaching his students about Microsoft word by drawing the software on the board due to lack of funds is presently in Singapore for the Global Education Exchange Summit.

Mauritius President Gurib-Fakim refuses to resign over expense scandal

Africa's only female head of state, Mauritian President Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, is refusing to quit over an expense scandal, just days after it was announced she would resign.

Theresa May announces retaliation against Russia after spy and his daughter were poisoned in England. 23 Russian Diplomats asked to leave Britian

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has announced a series of measures to be taken against Russia after a former double agent and his daughter were poisoned in the UK.

Stephen Opuni Charged With 27 Counts Of Causing Financial Loss

One of the first government appointees to be sacked by Akufo-Addo administration has been hauled before the Accra High Court and charged with causing financial loss to the state.

86 Ghanaians deported from USA; more to follow

Eighty-six Ghanaians deported from the United States of America arrived in Ghana on Wednesday, March 13, 2018.

Groupe Ideal celebrates 450 women on International Women’s Day

Over 450 women, last week Thursday, received surprise goodies from Groupe Ideal as the world marked International Women’s Day (IWD).

Katy Perry suffers a terrible fall and wardrobe malfunction on American Idol (Photos)

Katy Perry suffered a terrible fall and wardrobe malfunction during Monday night’s episode of American Idol.

Campaigners call for gay rights vote in Ghana

Ghana's LGBTQ community is calling for a referendum on the rights of homosexuals in the country.
The group says they can prove there are more gay Ghanaians than thought but most are hiding due to fears of persecution and discrimination.

Stephen Hawking, Who Examined the Universe and Explained Black Holes, Dies at 76

World renowned physicist Stephen Hawking has died at the age of 76.
He died peacefully at his home in Cambridge in the early hours of Wednesday, his family said.