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Showing posts from January 31, 2018

Photos: Married Kenyan man kills his girlfriend then commits suicide

A 23-year-old welder in Thika East, Kiambu County, Kenya committed suicide after killing his 27-year-old girlfriend following a disagreement on Saturday, January 27.

Nigeria man Obi Okeke, popularly known as Doctor Bugatti buys Schwarzenegger's car for $2.5m

A Nigerian man has bought a Bugatti Veyron car owned by Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nigeria's privately owned Punch news site reports.

Stonebwoy Discusses Being Deemed “Africa’s Newest Reggae Ambassador” with Canada- based TAP Magazine

Ghana’s Stonebwoy (Livingstone Etsey Satekla), who is widely touted as “Africa’s newest reggae ambassador”, has divulged to Canada -based magazine, The African Perspective (TAP), of his ultimate goal of etching his name in the history books as far as Reggae/ dancehall on the continent is concerned.

Video showing Women allegedly protesting Sexual Abuse from Church Leader

A video showing 2 young women in Wesley Methodist Church in Tshwane, South Africa, disrupting church service to protest alleged sexual abuse is trending on social media.

Confusion : MUSIGA, MTN Clash Over Hitmaker Concept

The Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) is the brain behind MTN Hitmaker, the head of membership and business for the union, Richmond Adu Poku has revealed.

“The Union came up with this proposal (Hitmaker) and sent it to MTN,” Mr. Poku told George Quaye on The Pundits show.

Kenya TV stations to remain off-air after Odinga 'inauguration'

Three of Kenya's biggest television stations will remain off-air until further notice because they had planned to broadcast the opposition leader's unofficial "inauguration" in Nairobi.
Interior Minister Fred Matiang'i told reporters they would stay closed until investigations were complete.

Arsenal sign Borussia Dortmund striker, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for club record £56m

Arsenal have signed Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund in a club record £56m deal.

Former Italian football coach, Azeglio Vicini has died

Former Italy national coach Azeglio Vicini, who led the Azzurris to third place at the 1990 World Cup on home soil, has died at the age of 84.

Commonwealth Africa Appoints Chris Koney As Head of Communications

The Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) Africa has appointed media and public relations (PR) strategist, Jonathan Christopher Koney (popularly known as Chris Koney), as the Head of Communications of the Society, the oldest and largest civil society organisation devoted to promoting the Commonwealth values of democracy, good governance, rule of law, human rights, to name but a few.

Bernard Mornah sues IGP; wants GH¢136, 960.50 over arrest

The Chairman of the People’s National Convention [PNC], Bernard Mornah, has sued the Inspector General of Police [IGP] over his arrest during a peaceful protest by the Ghana-Togo Solidarity Movement in December 2017.

Photo: Black members of congress attend the US State of the Union address with some Kente material on their outfits

Black members of the US Congress wore Ghanaian Kente material, during US president Donald Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday.

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela leaves hospital

Struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has been discharged from Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg

Court clerk in Meek Mill case fired after asking him for money for her son's education during trial

The court clerk Wanda Chawarria, who slipped rapper, Meek Mill a note asking him for money during his probation violation hearing, has been fired.

Trump signs order to keep Guantanamo Bay prison open

US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order to keep Guantanamo Bay military prison open.
Mr Trump announced the move in his State of the Union address.

Meet Serwaa Amihere : Leading The New Generation Of Female Broadcasters

Her insight, enthusiasm and dedication to news production greatly inspired colleagues in the newsroom, reason she was adjudged Best News Room Staff of the Year, 2017 by GHOne TV.

Facebook bans all cryptocurrency ads

Facebook has said it will block any advertising promoting cryptocurrency products and services.
The company said it was open to emerging technologies but many companies were not acting in "good faith" when extolling the virtues buying into virtual currencies.

First lady, Melania Trump rocks white pantsuit to her husband's first State of the Union address

US first lady, Melania Trump rocked a tailored cream pantsuit by Christian Dior, a silk blouse by Dolce & Gabbana, and nude heels by Christian Louboutin. While she looked elegant, many on social media noted with irony that the look resembled the white pantsuit Hillary Clinton wore on Election Day.