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  “WE DIDN’T CIRCULATE THE ‘FAKE’ GHANA CARD”- HABIB SAAD

  The Member of Parliament (MP) for Bortianor-Ngleshie-Amanfro Constituency, Honourable Habib Saad has denied the allegation that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is responsible for circulating the fake Ghana card in the media. According to the MP, “it is not the Majority or Adomako Baafi (the Acting National Communications Director for the

GOVERNMENT TO UPGRADE COLLEGES OF EDUCATION TO UNIVERSITY COLLEGES

170th anniversary

President Akufo-Addo has stated that all colleges of education will be upgraded to university colleges from September this year. He announced this during an event to mark the 170th anniversary of the Presbyterian College of Education at Akropong in the Eastern Region. According to the President, the university will introduce a 4-year

CEO OF EBUSUA DWARFS PASSES ON

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The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ebusua Dwarfs Football Club, Edward Nana Aidoo has died. He died in the United States of America after battling illness for close to a year. Nana Aidoo was the financier of the Cape Coast-based club. The 1966 Ghana Premier League winners have however struggled to remain relevant

EDEN HAZARD AND TEAM BELGIUM SET FOR TODAYS’ GAME AGAINST PANAMA.

Defensive injury concerns for veteran squad leader Vincent Kompany and Barcelona's Thomas Vermaelen have eased and coach Roberto Martinez has sent standby defender Laurent Ciman home. In any case, they may be more needed for Tunisia and then England in Group G, than against Panama. Celtic's Dedryck Boyata may step in

“GHANA BEYOND AID” AN ACHIEVABLE ASPIRATION-UK COMMISSIONER

The United Kingdom High Commissioner to Ghana, Iain Walker, has described the Ghana beyond Aid policy as an achievable aspiration despite the fact that it will not be without several challenges due to the current economic status of the country. He stated that, in terms of Ghana beyond Aid, he thinks

BLACK STARS’ CAPTAIN HITS BACK ON CRISTIANO RONALDO’S SUCCESS

The captain of the Ghana Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan has hit back after a report stated Christiano Ronaldo as the first man to score at eight successive major tournaments. Asamoah Gyan on his twitter page said, “People disregard my achievement in the World Cup history but I want the world to

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