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Fox News boss Roger Ailes resigns amid sexual harassment charges

Roger Ailes, the long-time boss of Fox News, has resigned after a number of female employees accused him of sexual harassment.
The network's parent company, 21st Century Fox, announced his resignation.
The announcement does not mention the sexual harassment allegations, which have now come from multiple Fox presenters.

Executive chairman Rupert Murdoch wrote that Mr Ailes has made a "remarkable contribution" to Fox News.
"We continue our commitment to maintaining a work environment based on trust and respect," Fox executives Lachlan Murdoch and James Murdoch said in the statement. "We take seriously our responsibility to uphold these traditional, long-standing values of our company." 
Mr Ailes has run Fox News since it launched in 1996 and is credited with reshaping the American media and political landscape.
A veteran of Republican political campaigns, he turned the cable news network into a ratings leader and an influential force in the Republican …

Praise to Resound At The PIC Youth Fellowship HOUR of PRAISE Concert

Beginning the year, our prayer was for the Almighty to see us through to the end of 2016.

He has indeed answered that prayer thus have ushered us through the first half of the year 2016.

It so far might have been very good or may be not too good but the most important thing is, we are still here alive and hopeful; which so is a good enough reason to be thankful.

A reason to give all praise and worship to our maker and keeper in season. This is the season!

Come this Saturday 23rd, the Prisons Interdenominational Church (PIC) Youth Fellowship located in Cantonments, will resound heartfelt praise and worship up to the glorious honour of our God!

Join us in voices and acts together with Ohemaa Mercy, Gifty Osei, Annette D, Kojo Bentil and many more to lift up hands and hearts of love and appreciation to our maker.

Also scheduled to perform that night would be Minister Kofi, Pipe De-Star, Foster Romamus plus the PIC Voices of Salvation in attendance.

The 23rd of July 2016 concert comes on …


A Ghanaian music icon, Tic Tac has taken a swipe at Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale for picking on him during an interview on the Delay show.

Shatta Wale in an interview, labeled Tic Tac as not smart, referring to him as not making business out of showbiz.

However, Tic Tac in his response during an interaction with a section of the media, expressed disappointment and took an exception at the remark by Shatta Wale. Tic Tac said he does not fall in the category of people shatta Wale perceive as not-smart.

According to him, Shatta’s attitude of picking and disrespecting his colleague musicians without merit, and provocation, does not make him smart.

“What Shatta Wale is doing, unnecessary picking on other artistes without provocation, doesn’t make him a smart person, smart people don’t do what he is doing”, Tic Tac added.

He said, “I personally like his music and what he’s doing as an artiste it makes it fun and it keeps the industry going but when you decide to pick on artiste wh…

Kofi Adjorlolo's wife-to-be says age difference not a problem

Wife-to-be of actor Kofi Adjorlolo, Victoria Lebene who is in her late 20's says, despite the age difference between her and the former, she is bent on making their union a success.

Kofi Adjorlolo is in his late 60's.

“Age has never been an issue and that is the message we want to send across. We want to let people know and understand that love knows no boundaries and age is just a number,” Victoria said.

Narrating how they met, Lebene said; “The first time we met was on a film set. Unfortunately for me, I was very late and Kofi wasted no time in condemning that in front of everyone. I realised I was the one at fault and from that time, I knew I had to act professionally and comport myself on set.

“We met again on the sets of other movies and we began talking. We had respect for each other despite the age difference and the love grew from there,” Victoria said.

According to her, being with Kofi apart from the romantic angle, has also helped her improve her acting …

Suspected Thief Lynched

A man believed to be in his early 30s was allegedly lynched by some residents of Inchaban in the Shama District of the Western Region yesterday when they suspected him of being a thief.
DAILY GUIDE gathered that the man was stripped naked before he was beaten to death. According to eyewitnesses, the suspect’s body was seen lying naked with some abrasions at a spot near a refuse dump, off the Dwomo road at dawn yesterday.

Some of the residents suspected that the man (whose identity was not known) was a thief who was attempting to break into a house to steal.
They therefore, warned gangs and anyone having the intention of going to the Inchaban area for any mischievous activities, to stay away.
According to the residents, there used to be a community watchdog committee which patrolled the area at night, but it collapsed due to lack of motivation of the members.
They therefore, suggested the re-activation of the committee to arrest thieves who had targeted residents of the area in rece…

Parliament rejects Nov 7 date change

Parliament has rejected amendments to change the election date to November after it failed to amass 183 votes needed to effect the historic change.
After a secret ballot, the Speaker said Parliament was unable to obtain the 184 needed to pass the bill. The vote quashing the change became predictable after the Minority signaled it would not support the Bill which needed a super majority to succeed.
Debating the Constitutional Amendment Bill 2016, Minority Leader and Suame MP Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu said although the Minority agrees in principle to the change, it is disappointed in the sloppy way the EC has handled it.
He argued that in Kenya, important electoral reforms were completed 10 months clear ahead of their general elections.
He condemned the EC for the poor management of the process and said the EC had demonstrated that it was not ready for November 7.
The Minority leader said the EC has a Continuous Registration Exercise to conduct to allow more eligible voters to register.

Presidential candidates get 60 Police guards

The Ghana Police service has allocated 60 of its officers as guards to presidential candidates and their running mates for the upcoming November polls.

The Inspector General of Police, Dr. John Kudalor, who disclosed this in Ho noted, the officers have been given the requisite training in order to give maximum protection to candidates.

The IGP added that, for the purposes of trust, the candidates and their parties were given the chance to select their preferred officers of the service for the guard duties, a request some of them responded to, with others leaving their choices to the discretion of the Police hierarchy.

According to him "providing protection for this kind of personalities entails a great deal of trust, so we met the candidates and asked them to choose any of our men that they want to guard them, some of them presented a list of their preferred officers but others left that decision to us."

Mr. Kudalor who was speaking during a courtesy call on the Vo…

Mahama swears in Ghana EXIM Bank board

President John Mahama has inaugurated a nine-member Board of Directors for the newly established Ghana EXIM Bank.

The board is chaired by Professor Richard Bani of the University of Ghana and includes Mrs. Pearl Esua- Mensah, formerly of UT Bank, Joseph Enimil- Armah of Enimil Group of Companies, and Nana Dr. Apiagyei Dankawaso of the Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Other members of the board are Dr. Johnson P. Asiama, Second Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana, James Tiigah of the Ghana Export Promotion Authority, Emmanuel Mammara of the Ministry of Trade and Samuel Arkhurst of the Ministry of Finance.

The acting Chief Executive of the Bank is Dr. Barfour Osei.

Exactly a year ago, Mahama said the establishment of a Ghana Export and Import Bank (EXIM) will move the country from import-dependent to a large-scale exporter.

He said it will also bridge the imbalances between trade and infrastructural development.


SHSs to shut down over unpaid feeding grant

The Conference of Heads of Assisted Secondary Schools (CHASS) has threatened to shut down SHSs across the country following government’s delay in paying subsidies to schools.

President of CHASS, Cecilia Kwakye Coffie, while addressing a press conference in Accra on Wednesday July 20 said “Some of the pressing challenges are unpaid absorbed fees and feeding grants, unpaid Ghana government scholarships, unpaid progressively free scholarship, inadequate feeding fees of GHC3.30 per student per day for 3 meals, high electricity, water and telephone bills, high expenditure on sanitation and fumigation due to bed bugs infestation in schools, non-payment of GoG grant for administration since 2011, and no replacement of retired teaching and non-teaching staff.”

She added that the situation has resulted in the inability of school heads to continue managing the Senior High Schools (SHSs).

“The absorbed fees for 2nd and 3rd term for 2015/2016 academic year have not been paid...the feeding…