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Photos: President Akufo Addo Arrives in Abuja for 52nd ECOWAS Summit

President Akufo Addo has arrived in the Nigerian capital Abuja for the 52nd Ordinary Session of the Authority of Heads of State and Government. The President was received at the VIP section of the Nnamdi Azikwie Airport by Ghana's High Commissioner to Nigeria, Rashid Bawa and other High Commission officials in Nigeria.

Idris Elba Introduces Girlfriend to Prince Charles After Gushing About Royal-to-Be Meghan Markle

Idris Elba introduced his new girlfriend, Sabrina Dhowre, to the future head of British royal family on Thursday in London.
The former Miss Vancouver – who wore an elegant black dress with her hair tied back in a low bun – shook the royal’s hand and launched into a brief smile-filled conversation.

Photos : Sonnie Badu Adopts Chosen Children Center Orphanage

Award-winning Ghanaian international Gospel icon, Sonnie Badu, has adopted the Chosen Children Center, an orphanage at Darkuman, a suburb of Accra.

The adoption, which formed part of his philanthropic projects, would see Sonnie Badu taking care of major needs of the orphanage.

Naa Ashorkor covers Dream Magazine

Bubbly actress and media personality, Naa Ashorkor is on the cover of Dream Magazine.

South African Rights Commission slams wealthy Malawi pastor, Prophet Bushiri for allegedly charging his congregants R25000 to sit next to him at a fundraising dinner

The Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities, CRL in South Africa has condemned Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his church after reports emerged that his followers will be charged up to R25000 to sit next to him at a gala dinner next week.

150,000 jobs to be created – Akufo-Addo

One hundred and fifty thousand jobs are expected to be realised from the construction stage to the operational stage of the Marine Drive Project, President Akufo-Addo has disclosed.
Expressing his appreciation to all who have, in diverse ways, helped to ensure that the Marine Drive Tourism Enclave becomes reality, the President was expectant that the project will be completed on time, and within the stipulated construction period.

Mugabe photographed in Singapore

Zimbabwe's ousted President Robert Mugabe has been spotted in public for the first time since he was deposed in a military coup, the AFP news agency reports.

JAY-Z' s Tidal reportedly losing millions of dollars, could run out of cash within 6-months

Rapper, JAY-Z's Tidal may be on the verge of crumbling.
The music streaming service is reportedly losing money to the tune of tens of millions of dollars per year, and may not have enough dough to stick around for another six months, Norwegian newspaper Dagens Næringsliv reports.

Kensington Palace says Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will get married on May 19, 2018

According to the Kensington Palace, Britain's Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle will get married on May 19, 2018 at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.

Video: The moment 16 year old boy finds out he has been accepted into Harvard University

A 16 year old boy who goes by Ayrton on IG, had his friends and family gathered around him as he checked on a computer to see if he got accepted into Harvard or not. Verdict...he did! 

Mark Wahlberg named most overpaid actor by Forbes, made $68 million in 2017

Award-winning American actor and movie producer, Mark Wahlberg, has been named the most overpaid actor of 2017 by Forbes.

Vodafone CEO to speak at New Year School at University of Ghana

Vodafone Chief Executive, Yolanda Cuba, will be a key speaker at the 69th Annual New Year School, set to take place from January 15th, 2018 at the University of Ghana.

The New Year School is an annual event of the University of Ghana, which provides a common platform for academicians, corporate executives and other professionals to deliberate on issues of national interest.

Swine Flu drug arrives today, vaccines expected on Saturday

Ghana will today [Friday] take delivery of the anti-viral agents Tamiflu from the World Health Organization, as part of measures to combat the threat posed by the 2009 H1N1 strain of influenza, also known as swine flu.

Vaccines for the swine flu are also expected in the country on Saturday.

Mourinho hauled before FA over Manchester derby comments

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been asked by the Football Association to provide his observations on comments he made ahead of last weekend's derby against Manchester City.
Mourinho has until 6pm on December 18 to respond to the request, relating to comments made on December 8, two days before the match which City won 2-1 at Old Trafford.

'This sport is tougher than I thought! Bloody hell!' - British boxer who defeated his opponent says as he shows off his horrific injuries (Photos)

British boxer, Conor Benn, has shown the horrific facial injuries he suffered after beating his French opponent Cedrick Paynaud on Wednesday night.
The 21-year-old boxer, who is the son of former middleweight and super middleweight world champion boxer Nigel Benn, suffered a difficult fight last night. He got knocked down twice to the canvas in the opening round of the fight, but recovered to emerge victorious at the York Hall.

Ghanaian police bans 'dangerous' Christmas firecrackers

The Police in Ghana have threatened to arrest and prosecute anyone who uses "dangerous" firecrackers during the festive season, in a move aimed at preventing deaths and injuries.