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WE WANT TO BE RECOGNIZED WITH OUR ABILITIES NOT OUR DISABILITIES

Physically disabled residents of Teshie-Zongo in Accra have appealed to individuals, companies and organizations within the Teshie district to assist them to acquire vocational training and to secure jobs. “We have been neglected by abled-bodied persons in our communities and we have been made to feel helpless in the society although

GHANAIAN GOSPEL ARTISTE LANDS IN TROUBLE FOR HELPING HIS EX-GIRLFRIEND

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  A popular gospel musician, Evangelist Akwasi Nyarko, has debunked rumours that he had been beaten to death because of his ex-girlfriend According to him, though an incident happened in which he was severely beaten by the ex-girlfriend's husband and an accomplice, he was still alive and not dead as being speculated. Narrating

NDC WILL PUT BLAY IN JAIL ON RETURN TO POWER- FORMER DCE

275 buses controversy Mr. Blay has come under the spotlight after he spearheaded a move to buy mini buses for all of constituencies of the ruling NPP. Former District Chief Executive (DCE) of the Sekyere Afram plains in the Ashanti Region, Fusieni Donkor, says the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) will

OUR ONLY HOPE FOR 2020 IS ALBAN BAGBIN- COSMOS OKUMO

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NDC Communication Officer for Ladzuahe branch of the Party Mr. Cosmos Okumo has indicated that, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) will only win if the party votes Mr. Alban Bagbin as the Presidential Candidate for 2020. Mr Okumo, who is also a leading fisherman in Tema said, although there were other

CHINESE EMBASSY SUPPORTS FOREIGN AFFAIRS MINISTER

The Chinese Embassy has presented two minibuses and a dummy cheque for $302,311 to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration to help with the smooth operation of activities within the ministry. The Ambassador of China to Ghana, Mr Shi Ting Wang, said the presentation, which was to cement the

RUBBER PLANTATION MORE PROFITABLE THAN COCOA- FARMERS EXCLAIMED

Cocoa farmers especially in the Western Region have claimed the work on cocoa farms as difficult and very costly, thereby compelling them to cut down their cocoa farms for rubber plantation. According to the farmers, their decision was taken “because of lucrative purposes and also blamed the Ghana Cocoa Board and

COSMOS DAUDA DELIGHTED TO JOIN JORDANIAN CLUB, AL FAISALY

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    Former Accra Hearts of Oak forward, Cosmos Dauda has expressed delight in joining Jordanian giants Al Faisaly SC.   The Ghanaian forward joined the club on a one year deal after weeks of trials in the Asian country. Cosmos joins the club on a free transfer after he was sacked by the

ADUANA STARS PART WAYS WITH COACH YUSIF ABUBAKAR

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  The current Ghana Premier League champions, Aduana Stars have parted ways with head coach Yusif Abubakar. Coach Abubakar joined the Dormaa-based club two years ago and led them to the Ghana premier league title last season. But Aduana’s form in recent months has taken a nosedive with the club picking just one

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