GALAMSEY WAR: MAHAMA IS A “CONMAN”- AMEWU FIRES BACK.

GALAMSEY WAR: MAHAMA IS A “CONMAN”- AMEWU FIRES BACK. Lands and Natural Resources Minister has fired a gun scatter attack at the ex-president John Mahama describing him as a “conman.” An incensed John Peter Amewu says attempts by the ex-president to criticize government’s anti-galamsay activities is dishonest and a dent on his own reputation. “It is rather unfortunate statement that is coming from some political leaders. I am talking about the former president John Mahama. “He cannot use galamsey at this time, thinking he can come back to power. I respect that man so much but for today I am disappointed in the kind of words he used in Kumasi. “…I

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VIDEO: KOFI ANNAN OPENS UP ON U.S-RUSSIAN ESCALATING TENSIONS.

VIDEO: KOFI ANNAN OPENS UP ON U.S-RUSSIAN ESCALATING TENSIONS. Former UNSecretary-Generall and Graduate Institute alumnus, Kofi Annan, was recently interviewed by Zeinab Badawi on BBC’s HARDtalk programme. Mr Annan opened up on the escalating tensions between the United States and Russia and the UN’s role in preventing conflict. WATCH THE INTERVIEW BELOW: SOURCE: BBC. FOR ADVERTISED IN OUR WEBPAGE  CONTACT  ghanamediaworld@gmail.com  OR visit www.ghanamediaworld.com WE PUBLISHED 99% GHANA NEWS AND THE REST 1%  FOR OUTSIDE WORLD NEWS, GHANA FIRST,PUBLISHED  YOUR OWN FIRST TO WIN BETTER FUTURE WITH OUTSIDE WORLD LETS THEM SPEAKS YOUR OWN MOTHER LANGUAGES BEFORE THEY AQUIRE A VISA TO VISIT OUR MOTHERLAND COUNTRY GHANA. ENGLISH IS COMMON FOR EVERY COUNTRY

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ISAAC DOGBOE FLOORS JESSIE MAGDALENO, BECOMES GHANA’S EIGHTH BOXING CHAMPION.

ISAAC DOGBOE FLOORS JESSIE MAGDALENO, BECOMES GHANA’S EIGHTH BOXING CHAMPION. Isaac Dogboe has become Ghana’s youngest ever boxing champion after knocking out Jessie Magdaleno in Philadelphia on Sunday morning, making him the new WBO super bantamweight/junior featherweight titleholder. In a fight that sashayed, both boxers were unafraid of giving punches. The Ghanaian won by TKO in eleven rounds. The 23-year-old did it remarkably, considering he was knocked down in the first round after walking into a well-timed left hook. But he recovered well, and his heart, honed from 11 straight victories, shone through. Despite all the pre-bout hype which seemed to suggest that this would be an emotional fight for the Mexican,

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TOURISM’S LEADING ROLE IN CREATING MORE AND BETTER JOBS.

TOURISM’S LEADING ROLE IN CREATING MORE AND BETTER JOBS. Global unemployment is still on a high with over 190 million in 2018, according to the International Labor Organization (ILO). This alarming rate calls for all economic sectors to play their roles in job creation, providing sustainable employment. While the tourism sector currently generates only 10% of the world’s jobs, its potential – if well tapped, could be a major source of employment and entrepreneurship. This represents an important topic of discussion, having been an agenda in the 8th meeting of the Ministers of Tourism of the G20 economies and the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In a

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IF YOU ARE GAY, DON’T STEP IN THESE PARTS OF AFRICA WITH YOUR PARTNER.

IF YOU ARE GAY, DON’T STEP IN THESE PARTS OF AFRICA WITH YOUR PARTNER. Homosexuality continues to be a taboo subject in Africa and other black communities around the world. Sexual attraction or relationship between members of the same sex or gender has evolved from being a hidden practice to a symbol of pride.Out of the 195 countries in the world, 72 of them are no-go areas for same-sex couples as they risk threats, criminal charges, prison sentence and even the death penalty.  A world map released by Australian insurance company Travel Insurance Direct identified countries and territories according to how tolerant national attitudes were towards LBGTI couples. The map is shaded

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GHANA TO DISTRIBUTE BLOOD, DRUGS WITH DRONES – BAWUMIA.

GHANA TO DISTRIBUTE BLOOD, DRUGS WITH DRONES – BAWUMIA. The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has said that Ghana will by September 2018 use drones to distribute blood and other essential medicines to remote parts of the country as part of efforts to ensure quality healthcare delivery. Speaking at the 2018 Annual Health Summit in Accra, the Vice President said the government would sign a Memorandum of Understanding this week to put the technology into effect. “By the grace of God; there are ongoing discussions, we are looking at innovative ways to deliver blood supplies as well as essential medicines to remote areas. As the rains come in, some areas

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I’M NOT DEAD – PSALM ADJETEFIO.

I’M NOT DEAD – PSALM ADJETEFIO. Veteran actor Psalm Adjetefio popularly known as TT has dismissed rumors of his demise making rounds on social media. There are speculations that the popular ‘Taxi Driver’ actor died Saturday afternoon after an ailment. Some social media users have been posting his pictures on their timelines and expressing condolence since the speculations started. ut speaking to StarrFMonline.com Sunday Morning, the actor, who recently declared he is bankrupt, said he also received such reports on Saturday. “I have heard those rumors, my son showed them to me yesterday. I don’t know who is doing that but by the grace of God I’m alive,” he said.

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MAHAMA HAD SMALLER STAFF BUT SPENT ¢1.5bn MORE THAN AKUFO-ADDO LARGER STAFF.

MAHAMA HAD SMALLER STAFF BUT SPENT ¢1.5bn MORE THAN AKUFO-ADDO LARGER STAFF. The Information Minister has said, President Akufo-Addo remains committed in his resolve to protect the public purse despite concerns his government too many appointees. Mustapha Hamid said despite the criticisms about the number of appointees serving in the current regime compared to that of his predecessor, the Akufo-Addo government is operating with a budget more than half less of what John Mahama had. “…our list, for example, is a little above the President Mahama list but if you look at the budget for office machinery under President Mahama it is way above our budget…For 2017 they had about ¢3

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AKUFO-ADDO AND BAWUMIA PARTY WITH CHIEF IMAM.

AKUFO-ADDO AND BAWUMIA PARTY WITH CHIEF IMAM. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, on Monday, 23 April 2018, joined the National Chief Imam to celebrate his birthday by cutting his cake in commemoration of his 99th birthday. Dr Sharubutu, who is a member of the National Peace Council, was born in Old Fadama in Accra on April 23, 1923. Dr Bawumia in an earlier message prayed for long life for the Islamic leader to continue contributing to national development. “It is my prayer that the Almighty Allah grants you long life to continue to bless this nation with your wisdom and significant contributions toward national development,”

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COURT ORDERS EOCO TO UNFREEZE DR. OPUNI’S ACCOUNTS.

COURT ORDERS EOCO TO UNFREEZE DR. OPUNI’S ACCOUNTS. A High Court in Accra has ordered the Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO), to de-freeze all bank accounts of the former Chief Executive Officer of COCOBOD, Dr. Stephen Opuni. EOCO froze all the assets of Dr. Opuni including his bank accounts due to the impending court issues against him. Former COCBOD CEO, Dr Stephen Kwabena Opuni and one Seidu Agongo together are facing 27 charges of causing financial loss to the state. Dr. Stephen Opuni has rejected all the 27 charges leveled against him by the state. He told the Accra High court that he is not guilty of causing financial

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GOVERNMENT TO EMPLOY 100k GRADUATES FROM MAY 1 – BAWUMIA.

GOVERNMENT TO EMPLOY 100k GRADUATES FROM MAY 1 – BAWUMIA. Vice president Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has announced that the 100,000 jobs to be created under the Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) initiative will be launched May 1, 2018. NABCO is aimed at tackling graduate unemployment in Ghana and will be launched by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on May Day. The programme will operate seven modules designed to meet the pressing needs of the nation while providing jobs for the teeming youth who have received tertiary education but are struggling to find jobs. Speaking at the 22nd Congregation of the University of Education, Winneba, Dr Bawumia, said 100,000 graduates who have

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