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Showing posts from February 6, 2018

Haitian president says Trump’s ‘shithole’ remark hurt tourism

Haitian President Jovenel Moise said President Trump’s offensive comments about his country have hurt its struggling tourism industry, according to a report.

Trump reacts to the death of NFL star Edwin Jackson who was killed by a 'drunk' Illegal Immgrant, threatens strict restriction at the Border.

President Donald Trump on Tuesday morning reacted to the death of NFL star and Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson who was killed on Sunday alongside his Uber driver by a man suspected of driving drunk.

Safer Internet Day 2018: Facebook announces Partnerships across Africa for Safer Internet

Facebook has announced some partnerships with over 20 non-governmental organisations and government agencies across Africa with the aim of raising awareness of emerging online issues and helping to explore ways to make the internet safer for all.

Neymar gets 3million euros a month and PSG pay 12 of highest Ligue 1 salaries

Paris Saint-Germain pays 12 of the 13 largest player salaries in the French league, led by Neymar, who makes 3.07 million euros ($3.8 million) gross a month, more than twice as much as the next highest earner, sports daily L'Equipe reported on Tuesday.

2CTV And Agya Koo Launch Tv Station

2CTV launched Agya Koo TV on Sunday at the Accra Mall.  The TV channel streams 24/7 on the 2CTV mobile application and allows subscribers to watch uninterrupted live television on their mobile phones.

Gov’t Takes Delivery Of 34 ‘Mahama Luxury Cars’

Citi News can confirm that government over the weekend took delivery of Thirty Four [34] cars for the presidency, ten of which have bullet resistant exterior.

Sex tape of Tottenham and England Footballer Dele Alli leaks (Video)

A sex tape of  Tottenham and England footballer, Dele Alli has surfaced online. 
The short video shows the 21-year-old attacking midfielder born to a Nigerian father and British mother with an unknown woman performing a sex act, while another person in the room films them.

Zimbabwe's opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai 'critically ill' with colon cancer

Zimbabwe's main opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is critically ill in a South African hospital. Local media quoted family sources as saying the 65-year-old former prime minister - who is being treated for colon cancer; is suffering from weight loss, exhaustion and muscle thinning.

31 dead of Lassa fever in Nigeria

Thirty-one people have died of Lassa fever in Nigeria since the start of the year, the country's health minister has said.

Arts Growth Foundation Ghana (AGFG) Poised To Promote Ghana’s Creative Arts Sector

Practitioners in the Ghanaian creative arts industry and management members of the Arts Growth Foundation Ghana (AGFG), over the weekend reiterated their commitment to partner with all relevant institutions and key stakeholders to revamp, strategically position and promote the Ghanaian creative arts sector.

Nigeria's President Signs Order to Boost Local Production, Employment

Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari signed an executive order on Monday aimed at boosting the domestic production of goods and creating jobs in science, technology and engineering in the west African country.

Photos: Rapper Trigmatic and wife name son Eden

Trigmatic and his wife Dita, welcomed a bouncy baby boy on Friday, November 24. The couple over the weekend held a naming and blessing ceremony for the baby, Eden.

Member of Parliament, Ras Mubarak marries daughter of fellow MP as his second wife

Ras Mubarak, MP for Kumbungu Constituency on Sunday, 04 February 2018 walked down the aisle with Huseina, reported to be the daughter of MP for Asawase, Alhaji Mohammed Muntaka Mubarak.

DStv Dedicates FOUR SuperSport Channels For Winter Olympics On DStv

The average annual snowfall for Sub-Saharan Africa is a paltry 0.01 inches less than half a millimeter. This is nowhere near enough to create the alpine conditions needed to participate in a winter sports event like cross-country skiing, bobsleighing, alpine skiing or skeleton.

Agya Koo Is More Popular Than John Dumelo – Creative Arts Minister , Hon Catherine Ablema Afeku

The Minister for Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts Hon Catherine Ablema Afeku claims  that Kumawood actor Alex Kofi Adu affectionately known as Agya Koo is more popular than international actor John Dumelo per the statistics available to the Ministry.

Music Mogul Birdman loses $200k to Philadelphia rapper AR-Ab in Super Bowl Bet

Cash Money CEO and music mogul, Birdman reportedly lost $200K to Philly rapper Ar-Ab after they placed a wager on last night's Super Bowl game between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles.

UT, Capital banks collapse: GCB shuts down 31 branches

GCB Bank has shut down 31 branches of the defunct UT and Capital Banks after it successfully completed the full integration of the systems of the two collapsed banks to offer customers a wide network of some 183 branches across the country.