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Driver’s mate of trotro that ran over police officer arrested

The driver’s mate in the commercial minibus (trotro) that run over a police officer on Friday morning has been arrested. The mate was arrested by some citizens who delivered him to police custody. The police officer, Sergeant Moses Appiah, eventually died at the 37 Military Hospital after the incident which occurred around the Trinity Theological […]

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Guinean protesters, police clash after poll delay

Clashes erupted between demonstrators and law enforcement agencies in Guinea Saturday. The opposition is demanding cancellation of the constitutional referendum postponed by President Alpha Condé. The legislative and referendum were initially scheduled for Sunday. Guinean opposition supporters have set up barricades in the suburbs of Conakry and thrown stones at the police, who retaliated with […]

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Sarkodie reacts after Shatta Wale described him as a fool

– Advertisement – Tema-based rapper Sarkodie has finally responded to his former bestie Shatt Wale after he called him and his fan base as fools. Earlier this morning we published as an article where the Dancehall artiste made mention that Sarkodie is a fool for going around and revealing that he has recorded with an […]

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Why are low-alcohol beer sales soaring and which ones are the best?

A dog is not just for Christmas. Chocolate is not just for Easter. Low-alcohol beer is not just for Dry January – at least, that appears to be the case when it comes to sales trends. Rewind to a decade ago, many pubs, bars and supermarkets would have few option available when it came to […]

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Sensitisation on coronavirus low but we’ll improve – Dep. Health Minister

A deputy Health Minister, Alexander Kom Abban, has admitted that the sensitisation efforts of the government on the novel coronavirus is below par. “I think [the sensitisation] is low. We should be playing some jingles and all that,” Mr. Abban remarked on The Big Issue. Though he noted that the efforts educate the public on […]

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Clubber, 20, needed face surgery after throwing herself out of moving taxi after row with driver 

A waitress needed major face surgery after throwing herself out of a moving taxi after a row over the fare ‘turned violent’. Shannon Wiwczaryk, 20, said she ‘acted on instinct’ when she jumped out after her cousin got into a brawl with the cab driver who sped off with her still in the car.  Shannon […]

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Ibrah One subtly says that Shatta Wale can never shine without fighting other artistes

His new shade is coming just when Shatta Wale has decided to throw jabs at rapper Sarkodie — calling him a beggar among other unprintable words. Ibrah in his post on Instagram suggested that Shatta Wale can never shine or make headlines without insulting fellow musicians. He subtly noted that this is because the ‘African […]

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Attention seeking is a sign of psychological distress – Blogger Kobby Kyei subtly schools Shatta Wale

Popular Ghanaian Blogger and Sarkodie’s publicist, Kobby Kyei has thrown some subtle shades at Shatta Wale. In a post on Twitter, he noted that attention-seeking is good but it can also be a result of psychological distress. Kobby Kyei didn’t in any way mention Shatta’s name but taking into consideration the time he’s making these […]

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Twin brothers, four, celebrate their FIRST birthday today

A pair of miracle twins born on a leap day celebrate their first birthday despite being four years old. Twins Kody and Leo, from Shipley, West Yorkshire, officially turn one today – four years after they were born by emergency c-section on February 29 2016. And the twins are not the only ones celebrating their […]

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Lady Louise, 16, joins father Prince Edward for a horse ride near Windsor castle

The Queen’s youngest granddaughter inherited her love of riding after being taught by the monarch and her grooms from an early age. And Lady Louise continued to enjoy her grandmother’s favourite past time on Saturday as she rode out for moderate walk around the Windsor Castle grounds. Making a rare appearance the royal, 16, was joined […]

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France bans gatherings of more than 5,000 as thousands face testing in coronavirus-hit Iran

France today said it will cancel all public ‘gatherings of more than 5,000 people’ in closed spaces, as it seeks to curb the spread of coronavirus amid a surge of cases in the country.  The decision followed a special meeting of ministers to discuss the virus, which has infected 73 people in the country, according […]

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Don’t visit your GP if you think you have coronavirus

The NHS has warned patients who suspect they may have been infected with coronavirus to avoid their local GP or attend their pharmacy if they have visited a hotspot.  Instead, patients have been advised to self isolate and call the NHS hotline on 111.  According to the Department of Health, regions of concern include mainland […]

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Coronavirus hits world economy as Chinese manufacturing sector plunges further than expected

There are emerging fears that the coronavirus outbreak could spark a global economic crisis after China’s manufacturing sector plunged further than expected this month.    An official survey showing the plunge added to mounting evidence of the vast cost of the disease that emerged in central China in December.  The monthly purchasing managers’ index (PMI) issued […]

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Shocking pictures shows horse with hooves so overgrown it cannot walk found by rescuers in France

Shocking pictures have revealed a horse with hooves so overgrown it can no longer stand and dozens of cats and dogs surrounded by faeces and the unidentifiable rotting remains of fellow pets at a rundown French mansion. A decomposing horse tangled in an electric fence and emaciated cows were also found at the property in […]

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BritBox ‘struggles to keep viewers after month free trial’

BritBox, the new subscription streaming service launched by the BBC and ITV, is struggling to hold onto viewers once its free one-month trial has ended, according to research. The £5.99 service, which was launched last year, offers 283 box sets and claims to have a larger UK collection than rivals, including Amazon and Netflix. However, […]

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Bella Hadid turns heads in a sheer bridal gown and a KNIFE for Vivienne Westwood PFW show 

Bella Hadid was every inch the style chameleon as she hit the catwalk for the Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood’s Paris Fashion Week show at the Hôtel de Ville on Saturday afternoon.  Having walked the Haider Ackermann show earlier in the day, the model, 23, switched up her look once again as she slipped into a […]

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Couples take part in 13th annual wife carrying race with a £150 barrel of local ale for the winner

Dozens of couples took part in the 13th annual wife carrying race earlier today with a barrel of ale awaiting the winners at the finish line.  The bizarre contest kicked off at 10.30am along the 380-metre course in Dorking, Surrey. The rules state that those being carried can in fact be male or female but must weigh at […]

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Italian city governor apologises for saying Chinese people ‘eat live mice’

The governor of Veneto, one of the regions worst hit by an outbreak in Italy of coronavirus, apologised on Saturday for criticising China over the contagion and saying Chinese people ‘eat live mice’. Luca Zaia has pinned the blame on China for the flare-up in Italy, which has led to at least 21 deaths, saying […]

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David Abel says ‘we’re doing ok’ after British coronavirus death

A UK passenger still in isolation after the Japan cruise ship coronavirus outbreak said today that he and his wife are being ‘really well cared for’ hours after a fellow British traveller died from the disease.  David Abel and his wife Sally were both on board the ship, where more than 700 tourists became infected, […]

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Military doctors, British Red Cross and St John Ambulance could be drafted in to coronavirus battle

The armed forces along with the British Red Cross and St John Ambulance volunteers could be drafted in to support the NHS after 23 test positive for coronavirus in the UK.    Military doctors and nurses would be on hand at hospitals where staff are too ill to work or are self-isolating, under ministerial plans for […]

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Storm Jorge makes it the wettest February ever as eight-inch downpour beats 30-year-old UK record

Storm Jorge has swept across Britain in what is the fourth weekend of heavy rain in a row as the Met Office declare it the wettest February on record.  Britain has been hit with a deluge of storms in recent weeks and has seen an average of 202.1mm of rainfall, beating the previous record of 193.4mm […]

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Jordan Ayew scores match-winner for Crystal

Jordan Ayew was the hero for Crystal Palace after scoring the the winning goal in their 1-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion. The striker ensured his side picked all points at the American Express Community Stadium. Ayew was set-p by striking partner Christian Benteke 20minutes from time. The Ghanaian international had come close to […]

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Madina MP donates 74 street lights to Madina Market traders

The Member of Parliament for the Madina Abokobi Constituency, Boniface Abubakar Saddique, has donated 74 street lights to traders at the Madina market to enable them sell in the evening and boost their trading activities. The street lights were expected to be fixed on the same day after the short ceremony. The ceremony was attended […]

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Mfantsiman Girls emerges as winner of the National Senior High School Debate

Mfantsiman Girls Senior High School has been crowned as the winner of the 23rd National Senior High School Debate held at the Great Hall of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi on Friday. As part of the nationwide debate competition, Mfantsiman Girls SHS, which was the winner for the southern […]

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Coronavirus: Amazon removes overpriced goods and fake cures

Amazon has banned more than one million products which claim to protect against the coronavirus – or even cure it. The online retailer told Reuters it had also removed “tens of thousands” of overpriced health products from unscrupulous sellers. The World Health Organisation (WHO) expressed concern about some misleading Amazon listings earlier this month, including […]

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Jordan Ayew scores winner as Crystal Palace beat Brighton

It was a scrappy game in truth, with both sides guilty of squandering several clear-cut chances. The most note-worthy incident of the first half actually took place off the pitch as Brighton substitute Ezequiel Schelotto was shown a yellow card – despite not being on the pitch – after kicking the ball at Wilfried Zaha in […]

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Prophet who claimed Odehyieba Priscilla sleeps with her producers shamefully apologises

– Advertisement – A hungry for fame prophet who came out to prophesy that young worshipper Odehyieba Priscilla sleeps with her producers has reversed his statement, apologises for making those pronouncements. Odehyieba Priscilla Agyemang Prophet Paul Cobbina whom I referred to as the “Libya Prophet” because of his near-death experience during his trip to the […]

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Storm Jorge brings Britain’s fourth weekend of heavy rain in a row

Storm Jorge has swept across Britain in what is the fourth weekend of heavy rain in a row as police declare a critical incident in Wales and urge drivers to avoid unnecessary travel. There are currently more than 260 flood alerts in place with the most severe warnings being issued in the south west and along […]

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