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Showing posts from April 21, 2020

Coronavirus: Human trials for new vaccine to start Thursday - UK Government announces

The UK Government has announced that a new Coronavirus vaccine being developed in the UK will be put to test this week as human trials could begin as early as Thursday.

Christian Leaders Pledge Support for Govt's Covid-19 Pandemic Fight

Leaders of the Christian community in the country have pledged their unwavering support for government as it takes continued steps to stop the spread of the novel Coronavirus, Covid-19 within the Ghanaian territory.

“Ghana Is Lucky To Have You As President At This Time” – Council Of State To President Akufo-Addo

“It may be that you have come to the country at such a time like this. We are lucky, as a country, to have you as President at such a time as this. Your quote has been the quote of the year 2020, that you can bring the economy back to life but you cannot bring human beings back to life. Very prophetic and very insightful. Mr. President, we congratulate you on these.”

Fan threatens to commit suicide over love for Delay

A social media user is threatening to commit suicide if Ghanaian TV personality, Deloris Frimpong Manso, known as Delay, refuses to reply to his love message.

Kim Jong-un in 'fragile' condition after undergoing heart surgery

Leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-Un. is reportedly in a "fragile" condition after undergoing an unspecified surgical operation.

Job Vacancy at United Nations Association Commission for Women and Children Affairs (UNACWCA)

The Office of the National Head for United Nations Association Commission for Women and Children Affairs, invites applications from qualified candidates for the positions described below. 

5-Year-Old With Rare Complications Becomes First Child With COVID-19 To Die In Michigan

Skylar Herbert, the five-year-old daughter of a firefighter and police officer in Michigan, has become the first child with COVID-19 to die in the state.

Arsenal players and coaches agree 12.5% pay cuts

Arsenal first-team players, head coach Mikel Arteta and other core coaching staff have agreed to take a 12.5 per cent pay cut due to the coronavirus pandemic.

US oil prices turn negative as demand dries up

The price of US oil has turned negative for the first time in history.

That means oil producers are paying buyers to take the commodity off their hands over fears that storage capacity could run out in May.

CNN anchor, Richard Quest, tests positive for Coronavirus

Richard Quest, host of CNN's Quest Means Business, has tested positive for the novel Coronavirus.