Ghanaian top footballers fall short as no player makes it into BBC’s top award

The likes of Andre Ayew and Thomas Partey were all left red-faced as BBC announced this year’s Africa footballer of the year award. Senegal’s Sadio Mane who has been nothing short of sensational was on the list alongside Dortmund’s Gabonese superstar Piere Aubameyang. Also making the list is Egypt’s jet hilled winger Mohammed Salah and Germany based Naby Kaita and […]

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Private Universities face collapse

President of Regent University of Science and Technology, Professor Nicholas Nsowah-Nuamah, has said private tertiary universities were facing threatening challenges in view of the unfair competition from public universities in student enrollment thereby threatening their survival. “There have been consistent dwindling enrollment numbers for some time now due to the rising numbers of tertiary institutions, fears and unfair competitions from […]

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Address our challenges – GMA to gov’t

The Ghana medical Association has given government a six month ultimatum to address challenges facing members of the association. According to the association, the failure of government to abide by the ruling of the national labor commission which urges government to pay market premium as a percentage of their basic salary. Speaking in an interview, the vice president of the […]

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Electricity tariffs to go down

President Nana Akufo-Addo has revealed that electricity tariffs will soon be reviewed downwards, details of which will be announced in the 2018 budget presentation on Wednesday, November 15. The President made the revelation at the at the 6th Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) and Quality Awards dinner on Saturday. “I’m glad that businesses are no longer burdened by the erratic power […]

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Minority to meet today ahead of 2018 budget

The Minority in Parliament will today [Monday], hold a meeting ahead of Wednesday’s presentation of the 2018 budget statement and fiscal policy by the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta. NDC Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram, Sam George, said the meeting will see the minority assess the country’s economy and proffer solutions to the government. He said, “we are Ghanaians and […]

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‘To fight corruption, we have to jail everybody’ – Archbishop Duncan-Williams

Founder of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams, says winning the fight against corruption is conditioned on a total change in Ghanaian attitudes. In a sermon to his congregation Sunday, the baritoned charismatic leader said people who scream about fighting corruption in society should be careful what they wish for. “We need to be very careful as a society. […]

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