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Vodafone Unveils Anniversary Logo Winner

Vodafone has unveiled the winner of its 10th Anniversary logo competition, which was launched earlier in May.

Kwaw Kese and wife lose their new born

Kwaw Kese and his family are going through trial moments right now, as death lays its icy hand on the newest member of his family

Akufo-Addo nominates 4 new Supreme Court judges

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has nominated four new justices of the Supreme Court for Parliamentary approval.

'I made over 500 bombs used for suicide missions by Boko Haram – 15-year old teenager confesses

A 15 year-old former Boko Haram bomb maker, Ali Goni has made a chilling confession about how he made over 500 underwear Improvised Explosive Devices(IEDs) used by insurgents for suicide missions on soft targets in the last five years.

Tupac murder suspect Keefe D confesses to his role in the rapper’s death after revealing he’s dying of cancer

A former gangster linked to the murder of Tupac Shakur has sensationally confessed to his part in the star's high-profile killing. Duane Keith "Keefe D" Davis - an uncle of number one suspect Orlando Anderson - says he was in the car when one of his crew opened fire and he knows who pulled the trigger.

Mikel's father was kidnapped hours before Argentina match

The captain of Nigeria's national football team, John Obi Mikel, has revealed he was told his father had been kidnapped four hours before the crunch World Cup game against Argentina, which saw the West African nation knocked out of the tournament, the UK Guardian news site reports.

AMAA 2018: Kigali To Host 2018 African Movie Academy Awards

In line with its pan-African and Africa integration agenda, the government of Rwanda through the Rwanda Convention Bureau and Rwanda Development Board has accepted to host the 2018 edition of the African Movie Academy Awards in Kigali in September.

Juliet Ibrahim completes her new house in Ghana, shares touching story of how she rose from being a refugee to celebrity

Actress, Juliet Ibrahim yesterday shared before and after photos of her newly completed house in Accra.
She also shared a bit of her grace to grace story and how she rose from being a refugee from Liberia to becoming a star actress, 'many don’t know what being a refugee is like; literally she had nothing and had to start from scratch to get to where she is today' she said.
Read her full post below.... It started as a dream, tirelessly working from one set to another; filming over 6 movies in a month just to make a living. She recalled how her immune system will break down and her loved ones would ask “can’t you just take time off and rest?” Just like every girl, She had a dream, She wanted to accomplish her resolution set out before she turned 30! In April 2015, Juliet bought her first house as her 29th birthday gift. 'I’m extremely grateful to God Almighty who has been able to allow this nobody be a somebody! ‘Says Juliet. Many don’t know what being a refugee …

French president Macron to visit Nigerian music legend Fela Kuti's nightclub

French leader Emmanuel Macron will on Tuesday visit a nightclub founded by Nigerian music legend Fela Kuti, becoming the first “real president” to enter a venue synonymous with marijuana smoke, sexy backup dancers and protest music.

Oprah Winfrey is Stunning on the Cover of British Vogue 2018 Issue!

Media Mogul Oprah Winfrey is the cover star of British Vogue August 2018 issue.

“Amidu’s Appointment Should End Witch-Hunting Cries” – President Akufo-Addo

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says the appointment of Mr. Martin Amidu, as Ghana’s first Special Prosecutor, will deny persons, who will be investigated and prosecuted for engaging in acts of corruption, the often-cited refrain of witch-hunting.

Joe Jackson Buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery During Private Memorial

Joe Jackson was laid to rest at Forest Lawn Cemetary in Glendale, California, on Monday, ET has learned.

Ghanaian community in Canada enraged by killing of 31-yr-old woman

The Ghana High Commission in Ottawa, Canada, is incensed by the gruesome killing of a female Canadian of Ghanaian descent in an unprovoked attack near her residence.