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Showing posts from December 22, 2017

Watch: Nigeria Fashion Icon Deola Sagoe speaks on “Against The Odds with Peace Hyde”

Founder of Nigerian Haute Couture Brand, House of DeolaDeola Sagoeon this episode of Against The Odds with Peace Hyde, takes us through her journey and creative process in building her brand and what legacy she hopes to leave behind for the Nigerian fashion industry.

Emirates 'lifts ban on Tunisian women'

Dubai-based Emirates airline has retracted an earlier statement banning Tunisian women from its flights to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Tunisian media has quoted a statement by the company as saying.

Liberia to Vote for President in Runoff Elections on Tuesday

Liberians will go to the polls on Tuesday for the presidential runoff election that pits former international footballer George Weah against incumbent Vice President Joseph Boakai.
Weah, representing the Coalition for Democratic Change, won 38.8 per cent of votes in the October 10 first round, while Boakai came in second place with 28.8 per cent.

We’ll stop Child Trafficking – Akufo Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has assured the people of Ghana that his government will do all it takes to stamp out Child Trafficking in the country.

Tristan Thompson posts the sweetest response to Khloe Kardashian's pregnancy announcement

Khloe Kardashian finally announced she's is expecting a baby with NBA star Tristan Thompson, and he gave the sweetest response to her revelation.

Ghana gets US$200 million support from World Bank

The World Bank, through its International Development Association (IDA), has approved a credit facility of US$200 million to support the country.

Pope Paul VI to be elevated to sainthood in 2018

Pope Paul VI, who led the Catholic Church through a tumultuous reform period in the 1960s and 1970s, could be elevated to sainthood in 2018 after a second miracle was linked to him, according to reports on Friday.

YouTube star, 17, who insulted notorious drug lord in video found dead riddled with 15 bullets

A YouTube star who insulted a Mexican drug lord in a video has been found dead riddled with bullets.
Juan Luis Lagunas Rosales, 17, built up millions of followers on his social media channels including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

“Thank You For The Work You Are Doing” – President Akufo-Addo To Operation Vanguard Taskforce

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has expressed his gratitude and appreciation to the Operation Vanguard Taskforce, who are combating the illegal mining phenomenon, otherwise known as ‘Galamsey’.

Taxify launches in Accra with special offer for riders and drivers

Taxify, Europe and Africa’s fastest-growing on demand ride-hailing platform have launched today in Accra, Ghana with hundreds of drivers signed up and ready to go and 40% off rides this month.

Nigerian Surgeon's wife arrested for having sex with her student in South Carolina

On Monday, police arrested 27-year-old high school math teacher, Jennifer Danielle Olajire-Aro, after a 17-year-old student came forward to say she had had sex with him several times.

“My Electoral Victory Has Exposed Crude Propaganda Against Me” – President Akufo-Addo

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says his electoral victory in the December 2016 elections has exposed the crude propaganda against him, which was waged against him, over the years, by his political opponents.

Photos: Groom-to-be murders his fiancée 5 days before their wedding after she finds out he's been cheating with another woman

A Thai electrical engineer had confessed to the police that he murdered his fiancée less than a week before their wedding.

GH₵800K for website an error – Minister

The Special Development Initiatives Minister Mavis Hawa Koomson has rejected reports that her Ministry intends to spend an amount of GH₵800, 000 for the development of a website.

U.N. votes 128 to 9 to condemn U.S. decision on Jerusalem

The United Nations General Assembly on Thursday, rejected the Trump administration's decision to recognize the disputed city of Jerusalem as Israel's new capital, by a 128-9 votes.