AKUFO-ADDO PUSHES FOR STRONGER REGIONAL ELECTRICITY MARKET.

AKUFO-ADDO PUSHES FOR STRONGER REGIONAL ELECTRICITY MARKET. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said the need to make reliable and affordable energy available to West African citizens is crucial to the region’s development. He said the socioeconomic development and transformation of the region hinges on the availability and provision of energy to all citizens. Speaking at the 12th General Assembly of the West African Power Pool (WAPP) in Accra, the President said the region is endowed with diverse energy resources which are unevenly distributed. “…and it is through regional cooperation and integration of the regional electricity network through power pooling and cross border interconnection that the

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RAWLINGS FIRES NDC OVER CORRUPTION.

RAWLINGS FIRES NDC OVER CORRUPTION. Former President Jerry John Rawlings Former President Jerry John Rawlings has taken a swipe at his National Democratic Congress (NDC) – which government was removed through the ballot box last year – apparently tagging it as the most corrupt in the history of the country. He told a visiting political delegation from Sierra Leone at his residence in Accra that the current New Patriotic Party government, led by President Akufo-Addo, has inherited a regime during which corruption permeated every fiber of society and will need the collaborative effort of everybody to bring the canker under control. He urged the current political administration not to relent

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$2.5M DIGITAL ADDRESSING SYSTEM ‘419’- MAHAMA.

$2.5M DIGITAL ADDRESSING SYSTEM ‘419’- MAHAMA. Former President John Dramani Mahama has described the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government’s newly launched Digital Addressing System as pitiful. According to him, the addressing system is fraudulent, and that someone must be punished for misusing state funds to procure the system. “How can you launch a Google GPS system that is freely available on our mobile phone and say it is a national addressing system. It is such a pity. Why will you embarrass the president so much? You go and take a whole president to bring him to come and launch a system that is 419,” John Mahama said. The former president made the statement

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IF YOU SPEND MONEY ON THESE THINGS, YOU MAY NEVER BECOME WEALTHY.

IF YOU SPEND MONEY ON THESE THINGS, YOU MAY NEVER BECOME WEALTHY. The secret to becoming wealthy is proper financial management Proper financial management entails discipline with spending, saving and investing. No matter how little you make, if you manage your money really well, it’s easy for you to become wealthy. If you truly desire to be rich, here are some things you need to stop spending money on. 1. Betting tickets Gambling has ruined great men. Sports betting is huge these days, and it’s made to be addictive. Every time you buy a ticket in the hopes of winning millions, chances are you’re signing away your wealth. 2. Cigarettes

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GHANA AND NIGERIA ARE THE TOP COCAINE TRAFFIC POINTS IN AFRICA.

GHANA AND NIGERIA ARE THE TOP COCAINE TRAFFIC POINTS IN AFRICA. It has also emerged that close to 300,000 thousand Ghanaians are currently sniffing cocaine or using it in other devious forms. Ghana has been ranked the second cocaine trafficker in Africa. According to the World Drug Report by United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the illegal shipment of cocaine comes from Ghana and Nigeria. The report again named Ghana as among the top four countries in Africa reported as the source of cannabis herb to Europe. Ghana is ranked 13 out of 115 countries when it comes to the consumption of cocaine – a development which comes at

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YEMENI MAN PUBLICLY EXECUTED FOR RAPING AND MURDERING FOUR-YEAR-OLD GIRL AS CROWD FILM ON SMARTPHONES.

YEMENI MAN PUBLICLY EXECUTED FOR RAPING AND MURDERING FOUR-YEAR-OLD GIRL AS CROWD FILM ON SMARTPHONES. A Yemeni man convicted of raping and murdering a four-year-old girl has been executed in front of crowds of onlookers in the second such death sentence in the capital, Sanaa, in the last fortnight. Hussein al-Saket, 22, was shot several times by a police officer in the city’s Tahrir Square. His body was then hanged from the top of a crane for the crowd to see. Rajeh Ezzedine, a judge who attended the execution, said he was found guilty of abducting, raping and murdering the young girl. Pictures show the 22-year-old lying on a rug

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