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MAHAMA bags Gh¢570K in Fundraising as BAGBIN, 2 others WITHDRAW from race

Former President John Dramani Mahama has raised aalmost GhC600,000 in cash through the fundraising efforts of a group MPsForMahama who after targeting 420 people to raise a 1000 cedis each has now hit 570 people while more are subscribing to pledge. It is expected that Mr Mahama will be filing ... Read More »

Christ Embassy Ghana marks Pastor Chris’ birthday with community service

Members of the Ghana branch of the Believers’ Loveworld Incorporated also known as Christ Embassy, will mark the birthday of the founder of the church, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, with a community service. Members of the church have set aside a week to undertake a number of social interventions aimed at rendering ... Read More »

GIJ reopens today

The Ghana Institute of Journalism is reopening today after an a registration impasse between students and authorities led to the closure of the school. The students are protesting the refusal of authorities to allow students who could not complete an online registration to write exams. In a statement on the ... Read More »

Homosexuality is not accepted in Kumasi prison; we punish GAYS – Management discloses

Authorities of the Kumasi Central Prisons have refuted claims there is homosexuality involving male inmates at the facility indicating it would not entertain such persons at the prisons. There were media reports following an interview granted by an ex-convict suggesting that prisoners were engaged in the act while prison warders ... Read More »

Prisoners, warders smuggling wee into prisons-Prison Service admits

Prisoners in the country’s prisons have been accused of smuggling marijuana into prisons with the connivance of officers who despite strict laws are neck-deep in trading in the substance for monetary gains. Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Kumasi Central Prisons DSP Richard Bukari,  who was questioned on Kumasi-based Angel ... Read More »

God using me as a miracle to resurrect DEAD Ghana movie industry – Miracle Films brags

One of Ghana’s finest film producer and director Rev. Samuel Kwesi Nyamekye well known as Miracle Films says he has been used severally by God to resurrect ‘dead’ Ghanaian movie industry whenever there is ‘tragedy’. Speaking on Kumasi- based radio Metro Fm’s entertainment show monitored by MyNewsGh.com, Miracle Films categorically ... Read More »

Prison Warders sacked, others interdicted for selling wee to prisoners

A number of prisoners who have been found to be members of wee smuggling syndicate into various prisons across the country have been sacked by the Ghana Prison Service, MyNewsGh.com can report. Others who are also under investigations for similar offenses are on interdictions pending the outcome of a panel ... Read More »

Primary 3 pupil shockingly causes teacher’s arrest over 3 lashes

A Primary 3 pupil (name withheld) shocked colleagues and teachers of her school when she reported her class teacher to the police for caning her leading to the arrest of Mr. Paul Takyi. The suspect who was taken to the police station, his caution statement taken and later released on ... Read More »

B5 Plus takes a quantum leap in Ghana Club 100 Awards

B5 Plus Steel Industry, renowned as a premier company for manufacturing steel and iron took the 23rd Position in the Ghana Club 100 Award ceremony, which is indeed a giant leap from its 48th position last year. This remarkable progress, industry watchers say, speaks volumes about its resilience and tenacity ... Read More »

I am still a virgin at 17 -Yaa Jackson

Teenage Kumawood actress and songstress, Yaa Jackson has denied kissing or having sex since she was born seeking to suggest she is still a virgin. Though she admitted dating a lawmaker sometime past, she disclosed that sex was not part of the equation insisting that rumors she is indulged in ... Read More »

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