ACTRESS YVONNE NELSON BLASTS RED CARPET ‘SLAY QUEENS’ IN THE GHANA MOVIE INDUSTRY

ACTRESS YVONNE NELSON BLASTS RED CARPET ‘SLAY QUEENS’ IN THE GHANA MOVIE INDUSTRY. Ghanaian actress and movie producer, Yvonne Nelson may not be a ‘slay queen’ when it comes to the red carpet but she loves to ‘slay’ with her brains. The Golden Movie-Awards was held last night and as usual, the Ghanaian ‘slay queens’ were in the queue but that seems to be annoying Yvonne Nelson. The actress took to twitter to express her opinion as to what the ‘slay queens’ should be doing rather than always joining the queue to show off their outfits without even winning awards and nothing to show for when it comes to movies.




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NUNGUA TRADITIONAL COUNCIL WAGES WAR AGAINST AN IMPOSTER

NUNGUA TRADITIONAL COUNCIL WAGES WAR AGAINST AN IMPOSTER. The Nungua Traditional Council has frowned against the recent media publication circulating that King Dr, Odaifio Walensti III is not the legitimate Nungua Mantse (Paramount Chief). Addressing Journalists at a press conference in Accra, the Paramount Chief of Nungua Traditional Area H.R.M King (Dr.) Odaifio Walentsi III, stated unequivocally that such publication was mendacious and also a calculated attempt to harass, embarrass and also tarnish his image as a Paramount Chief. “Our attention has been drawn to a publication on Happy FM on 17th July which the lady submissions to the effect that Dr, Odaifio Walensti III not Nungua Mantse. For the




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19-YEAR-OLD GHANAIAN STUDENT BUILDS SEARCH ENGINE TO RIVAL GOOGLE

19-YEAR-OLD GHANAIAN STUDENT BUILDS SEARCH ENGINE TO RIVAL GOOGLE. A 19-year-old Ghanaian university student Gabriel Opare has built a new search engine to rival Google and Youtube. According to Opare, his new search engine, Mudclo, will challenge the dominance of YouTube. Opare, a level 300 sociology student of the University of Ghana, taught himself how to code by taking online courses during his free time.Mudclo is a free search engine for videos. Mudclo discovers and streams videos from the different locations on the internet all in one place. “I believe that my business is good enough and that it can scale globally. It is a legitimate point to say that




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GOVERNMENT SETTLES GH¢539 MILLION NHIS DEBT

GOVERNMENT SETTLES GH¢539 MILLION NHIS DEBT. The government has paid GH¢539 million out of the GH¢1.2 billion debt it owes creditors of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) from January to date. The creditors include service providers, contractors and suppliers. Answering a question by the Member of Parliament (MP) for Wa West, Mr Joseph Yieleh Chireh, yesterday, on when the NHIA would settle the arrears owed to service providers, the Minister of Health, Mr Kwaku Agyeman Manu, told the House that he could not tell exactly when all the arrears would be settled.He said the government shared the agony and challenges of providers of health services and pharmacists that the




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MAHAMA MINISTERS HOT AS NAMES OF FORMER APPOINTEES UNDER INVESTIGATION POP UP

MAHAMA MINISTERS HOT AS NAMES OF FORMER APPOINTEES UNDER INVESTIGATION POP UP. It may be a mere coincidence when President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo last week during his encounter with some selected journalists in Accra hinted that his government will do a thorough research on alleged corrupt appointees of former President John Dramani Mahama before proceeding to court for any prosecution. But Today can report that even before the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) took up the reins of government, the leadership of the party had already pencilled down some names for prosecution. According to President Akufo-Addo, a proper research on alleged corrupt officials in the previous administration was necessary




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GHANA’S DEBT NOW GH¢137 BILLION

GHANA’S DEBT NOW GH¢137 BILLION. The total public debt for the country as at May this year has reached ¢137 billion putting the debt-to-GDP ratio at 67.5%, a summary of economic and financial data released by the Bank of Ghana has revealed. This was at the end of the Central Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee meeting to review the health of economy over the past three months. Breakdown of debt numbers The report showed that the debt stock increased by ¢9.4 billion in three months from ¢127.8 billion to ¢137.2 billion. It is not clear for now whether the increase was caused by fresh borrowing by government, the cedis’ depreciation or




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JUJU KILLING NORTHERN MUSIC – 2S

JUJU KILLING NORTHERN MUSIC – 2S. Some musicians in Northern Ghana have disclosed that jealousy in the industry and the use of ‘juju’ otherwise known as black magic is what appears to be fighting against the progress of the industry. According 2S, the youngest duo Afro pop – Ibtihaj Hardi and Nihad Hardi, Managers and Producers of musicians instead of properly grooming their artistes to meet the challenges of the industry, rather resort to voodoo to kill the talents of those they see as threats. “We are only children who want to educate our peers on various developmental issues through our music and we have demonstrated that in our music.




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ARMED MOTOR BIKE CRIMINALS; THEY DON’T BELONG HERE, MUST BE ELIMINATED

ARMED MOTOR BIKE CRIMINALS; THEY DON’T BELONG HERE, MUST BE ELIMINATED. The taxi used in knocking the armed criminals lying in a gutter. Personnel of the Ghana Police Service and other security personnel on government payroll are by law responsible for the arrest of wrong doers throughout the country. However, in a show of bravery, some “citizen vigilante” taxi drivers are currently playing a lead role in apprehending criminals who use motor bikes to rob innocent people of their cash, cars and other valuable items. In the latest show of bravery, a taxi driver used his taxi to cause the arrest of robbers at East Legon to the admiration of




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NUNGUA TRADITIONAL COUNCIL WAGES WAR AGAINST AN IMPOSTER

NUNGUA TRADITIONAL COUNCIL WAGES WAR AGAINST AN IMPOSTER. The Nungua Traditional Council has frowned against the recent media publication circulating that King Dr, Odaifio Walensti III is not the legitimate Nungua Mantse (Paramount Chief). Addressing Journalists at a press conference in Accra, the Paramount Chief of Nungua Traditional Area H.R.M King (Dr.) Odaifio Walentsi III, stated unequivocally that such publication was mendacious and also a calculated attempt to harass, embarrass and also tarnish his image as a Paramount Chief. “Our attention has been drawn to a publication on Happy FM on 17th July which the lady submissions to the effect that Dr, Odaifio Walensti III not Nungua Mantse. For the




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THE PATH TO GOD IS THROUGH THE PURSUIT OF KNOWLEDGE-IMAM IBRAHIM TOURE

THE PATH TO GOD IS THROUGH THE PURSUIT OF KNOWLEDGE-IMAM IBRAHIM TOURE. In this day and age when the world is awash with many religious denominations, all those who wish to follow the path of righteousness must seek knowledge. If one gets a grasp of the doctrines of religion, he or she would get to recognize the supremacy of God who has no partners. Alhaji Ibrahim Toure, the Imam of the Ashongman Estates Central Mosque in Accra, made the revelation when he delivered a SERMON during the Jumma prayers on Friday July 21. He advised adherents of Christianity to stop saying Jesus is God, Jesus who is recognized by all




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AROUND ACCRA IN 12 HOURS

AROUND ACCRA IN 12 HOURS. Accra, the capital city of Ghana is the first and last place every tourist or business traveler will experience on entry and exit respectively. On many occasions, travelers may enter and exit Ghana without experiencing the fullness of it’s beauty and radiance. Being the capital city makes Accra a business hub with several companies and organizations having their head offices here. Ideally, many tourists will not plan a trip to Ghana around Accra because of the publicity given to other parts of the country. However, for business travelers who have pretty much just a few hours to come in, do business and head straight out,




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