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Showing posts from January 7, 2018

Ghanaians are Solely Responsible for the Success of the 4th Republic - President Akufo Addo

President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo says the people of Ghana are to be credited with the success of the Fourth Republic democratic dispensation Ghana has enjoyed the last 25 years.

Young Women to be paid and empowered through technology

In recent years, the tech world has increasingly been dominated by men. A global research by Women In Tech: The facts, indicated that women hold only 25% of all computing occupations worldwide.
The first programmer was a woman named Ada Lovelace, who in 1840, wrote the world’s first machine algorithm for an early machine.

Photos: MultiChoice Contributes $23m To Ghana’s Economy In Three Years & Opens Head Office In Accra

MultiChoice Ghana has officially commissioned its new ultramodern office in Abelenkpe in Accra, which also plays the role as West Africa office for other countries in the sub-region, (minus Nigeria).

KLM gives €600 each to stranded passengers as compensation

KLM has offered to give its passengers who were denied their flight due to overbooking, €600 each as compensation.
The passengers, totaling sixteen (16), couldn’t embark on the scheduled flight from Accra to Amsterdam on Saturday, January 6, 2018.

Once I stop sleeping with him, our wealth will vanish and my son will die'' - Zambian woman who sleeps with her son for riches confesses

Banda Yvonne, a 52-year-old Zambian woman has openly confessed to having sexual intercourse with her son in order to maintain his riches and keep him alive.

Isaac Dogboe stops Cesar Juarez in fifth round

Ghana's world title hopeful, Isaac "Royal storm" Dogboe, stopped Cesar Juarez in the fifth round of their WBO Interim Super Bantamweight contest at the Bukom Boxing Arena, Accra.

America's "most experienced astronaut" John Young dies from pneumonia at the age of 87

John Young, America's "most experienced astronaut" has died at the age of 87. In his prime, he had walked on the Moon during the Apollo program and commanded the first space shuttle mission.

Saudi Arabia 'Jails 11 Princes Opposed to Paying Bills'

Saudi authorities have detained 11 members of the royal family who staged a rally at the palace in Riyadh to protest austerity measures forcing them to pay for their own utility bills, Saudi media reported on Saturday citing anonymous sources.

Christabel Ekeh First TV Interview After Posting Her Nude Pictures

Actress Christabel Ekeh made her first TV appearance since posting her nude pictures on her Instagram page last year.  (Read here)

Casamance: Thirteen dead in attack in restive Senegalese region

Thirteen people have been killed in an attack in the restive southern Senegalese region of Casamance.
Hospital workers who have seen the bodies said some of the victims had been shot, others decapitated. The dead are said to be teenagers.

SAG Awards Red Carpet Bleacher Seats Up for Auction Through January 8

… Film & TV fans can bid to win seats to support the SAG-AFTRA Foundation

The SAG Awards® Red Carpet Bleacher Seat Auction, the second in a trio of online auctions benefitting the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, is open now at Film and television fans have the chance to bid on over 100 bleacher seats, from which they can watch their favorite stars walk the 24th Annual SAG Awards® Red Carpet and have the opportunity to take pictures and request autographs.