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UEFA Europa League wrap

Chelsea made light work of Greek outfit PAOK to run out 4-0 winners in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday evening. As expected, Maurizio Sarri made a few changes from Saturday’s loss to Spurs as Cesc Fabregas, Ross Barkely, Pedro and Gary Cahill earned re-calls. The visitors got off to ... Read More »

Our business is changing lives; crypto dealer fights off fraud claim

A director at Global Coin Community Help (GCCH), a virtual currency trading firm, has described untrue, claims that they have defrauding over 100,000 of clients who have invested their monies in their business. Kwaku Damete Kumi says the company, GCCH has rather transformed the lives of over 50,000 persons within ... Read More »

MTN marks 11 years of impactful corporate social investment

MTN Ghana Foundation, the Corporate Social Investment wing of MTN Ghana is commemorating 11 years of impacting over 4 million people across Ghana. The Foundation was launched on 24 November 2007, with a mission to improve the quality of lives of people through appropriate and sustainable corporate social responsibility interventions ... Read More »

NDC  Presidential hopefuls to meet over “absurd” filing fee

National Democratic Congress Presidential hopeful Stephen Atubiga has revealed that his colleague presidential aspirants have scheduled a meeting for Friday November 30, over the GHC400,000 filing fee announced by the party. According to him, the meeting was triggered out of their collective concerns over the staggering amount being charged for ... Read More »

NDC needs systems that respond swiftly to party concerns – Sly Mensah

NDC flagbearer hopeful, Sylvester Adinam Mensah, has pledged to branch and constituency executives that when given the mandate to lead the NDC, he will implement systems and processes that respond swiftly to critical issues emanating from the structures of the party. This is to ensure the sustenance of the party ... Read More »

MOMO fraudster who duped NPP’s Alhaji SHORT, others and built 3 bedroom house jailed 10 years

Nurudeen Abdul Ganiyu, a 32-year-old renowned mobile money fraudster who succeeded in duping several persons including the Former Upper West Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Alhaji Abdul-Rahman Abubakari affectionately called Alhaji Short has been jailed 10 years in a Wa Circuit court. The convict was arrested in ... Read More »

Reggae music to be protected by the UN

Reggae has been added to a list of international cultural treasures which the United Nations has deemed worthy of protecting and promoting. The music, which grew out of Jamaica in the 1960s thanks to artists like Toots and the Maytals, Peter Tosh and Bob Marley, was added to the collection ... Read More »

Govt set to auction abandoned state gallopers

Government has decided to auction the gallopers parked for years at the Local Government Institute, Deputy Finance Minister Kwaku Kwarteng has revealed. The move, according to him, was necessitated by the government’s apprehension over the perception the rotting vehicles will send to the tax payer. The vehicles numbering 86 were ... Read More »

Time to take insurance back to basics – Achampong-Kyei

The executive chairman of the GLICO Group, Kwame Achampong-Kyei, has bemoaned the low penetration of insurance cover amongst the populace. He believes for the insurance sector to get the required mileage and gather more patronage, it is important “to go back to basics”. According to him, when GLICO started out ... Read More »

N/R: 20 Arrested in military swoop at Karaga

A heavy military operation has ended in several Fulani communities at Karaga in the Northern Region with over 20 suspects rounded up. It comes amidst increasing tensions in Dagbon after a historic announcement of arrangements for the funeral rites of two late chiefs of the Kingdom from the warring Abudu ... Read More »

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