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ITV’s Liar viewers brand final episode ‘anticlimax’ after rapist Andrew Earlham’s killer is revealed

ITV’s Liar viewers blasted tonight’s final episode, branding it an ‘anti-climax’ after serial rapist Andrew Earlham’s killer was revealed to be his victim, Laura Nielson, all along.  Throughout tonight’s show characters were knocked off the suspect list – up until rape survivor Laura Nielson (played by Joanne Froggatt) was questioned by DI Karen Renton (Katherine Kelly). In […]

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Coronavirus UK: Boris Johnson taken to intensive care 

Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care after his coronavirus condition worsened, Downing Street announced tonight. The Prime Minister was transferred to the ICU at St Thomas’ Hospital in London at 7pm this evening – 11 days after testing positive for the deadly disease.  He remains conscious and Number 10 sources stressed he had been moved to […]

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Don’t go & beat Medikal up because of me – Sister Derby fires back at Fella Makafui

– Advertisement – Yesterday, rapper AMG Medikal celebrated his birthday and as such many of his celebrity friends took to social media to show him some love. One other person that wished him a happy birthday was Deborah Vannesa aka Sister Deborah who happen to be the ex-girlfriend of the rapper. READ ALSO: He is […]

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PIAC kicks against plans by gov’t to use Heritage Fund for COVID-19 fight

The Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC), has kicked against government’s decision to use the Ghana Heritage Fund to finance the fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic in the country. The Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, while addressing Parliament on the economic impact of COVID-19 on the country called for the amendment of the Petroleum Revenue […]

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Digital wizardry restores some of Europe’s most stunning castles to their former glory

Seven of Europe’s most impressive ruined castles have been given an extreme makeover. They have been ‘rebuilt’ by a team of designers and architects using the wonders of computer-generated imagery. Scroll down to see these epic ruins – from a beautiful fortified Irish mansion to Vlad the Impaler’s former Romanian abode – and travel back […]

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COVID-19 fight: ECOWAS dispatches PPE to member countries including Ghana

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has distributed Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), test kits and medication to its member countries amid the novel Coronavirus pandemic to help combat the outbreak. As of April 5, 2020, the member states are affected by the pandemic with 1,739 confirmed cases of contamination, 55 deaths and 328 […]

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Provide PPE for Laboratory Scientists – Association to health facilities

The Ghana Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists has emphasized the need for various health facilities to provide enough Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for laboratory scientists amid an outbreak of COVID-19 in Ghana. The Association has also cautioned laboratory scientists across the country to take the necessary steps to avoid being infected with the disease. “GAMLS […]

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Coronavirus: George Andah donates PPE to Awutu Senya constituency

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Awutu Senya West who doubles as the Deputy Minister for Communication,  George Andah has presented some Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to institutions and people in his constituency as part of efforts to curb the continuous spread of the deadly Coronavirus. Some of the beneficiaries from the gesture include the […]

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Group donates PPE to selected communities in Nanumba North

In the wake of the novel Coronavirus, a group calling itself Youth Parliament in the Nanumba North Municipality of the Northern Region has donated Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) worth about GHS 20,000 to support some selected groups and communities. The group said it was helping to ensure that authorities in the leadership positions discharged their […]

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British PM Boris Johnson moved to intensive care a day after being hospitalized for coronavirus

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers just ordered a suspension of his state’s primary election just one day before it was scheduled to take place. Evers issued an executive order delaying tomorrow’s primary until June 9, unless he and the legislature approve of a different date. He said in the order that “no Wisconsinite should ever have to choose between exercising […]

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All staff deserve allowances for COVID-19 fight – Nurses Association

The Ghana Registered Nurses Association (GRNA) is demanding that the government’s stimulus package to frontline health personnel in the Coronavirus fight covers all nurses and midwives across the country. President Akufo-Addo in a nationwide television address announced that effective April 2020, all frontline health workers in the pandemic fight will among other things receive and […]

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Jack Ma Foundation’s Africa Netreneur Prize Initiative launches search for “Africa’s Business Heroes”

Jack Ma Foundation announced today, 6th April 2020 n Addis Ababa has officially launched the second edition of the “Africa’s Business Heroes” (ABH) prize competition with applications now open to African entrepreneurs from all 54 African countries, as well as every sector, age group, and gender. Applications will also now be available in both French […]

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Hon Aponkye shares Koko to people of Adukrom Nima amid lockdown (Video)

– Advertisement – Disappointed Assembly Man of Adukrom Nima Ibrahim Issah Ampim aka Hon Aponkye is back again in the news headline, but this time around, fulfilling a promise he said to do when he gets into power as an Assemblyman. READ ALSO: Obinim finally replies Prophet Amoako Attah over death prophecy Hon. Aponkye, making […]

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Covid-19: Ghana needs total lockdown – Marrer Ghana CEO

The Chief Executive Officer of Marrer Ghana Limited and Susatgad Boat Building and Fishing Industries, Mr Novihoho Afaglo, has stated that the only way Ghana can contain the spread of Covid-19 is to go for total lockdown. Mr Afaglo said it is time for the government to consider a total lockdown, “if we really want […]

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Vincent Sowah Odotei’s appointment as Deputy Communications Minister revoked

The La Dadekotopon MP, Vincent Sowah Odotei has been relieved of his appointment as a Deputy Minister for Communications. “The President thanks Hon. Vincent Sowah Odotei for his services to the country, and wishes him well in his future endeavours,” a statement from the Presidency stated. Mr. Odotei has been replaced by Alexander Kodwo Kom […]

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Liverpool will NOT furlough non-playing staff as club perform dramatic U-turn

Liverpool chief executive Peter Moore has revealed the club have performed a dramatic U-turn on their decision to furlough non-playing staff. Moore penned a letter to the club’s supporters on Monday evening to clarify the situation, claiming ‘we came to the wrong conclusion’ after they came in for a huge backlash. The Premier League leaders […]

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Acting navy secretary trashes coronavirus aircraft carrier’s fired captain as ‘naive or stupid’

Thomas Modly, President Trump‘s acting Navy secretary, told sailors on the USS Theodore Roosevelt that their fired captain was ‘naive’ and ‘stupid’ for the missive he wrote complaining about the lack of help for the coronavirus-infested ship and then complained about the flak he was receiving for relieving Captain Brett Crozier of his duties.  Modly […]

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Africa will not be vaccine testing ground: WHO slams racist French medics

The World Health Organization boss has described as “racist” and a hangover from the “colonial mentality,” recent comments made by two French scientists suggesting a vaccine for the new coronavirus should first be tested in Africa. In his daily briefing on the pandemic, WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus stressed that all accepted protocols will be […]

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Coronavirus: Lagos discharges two patients, recovery tally at 31

Nigeria’s commercial hub of Lagos is at the center of the country’s coronavirus combat. Lagos has the highest number of confirmed cases (as at April 4) and the state government has continued to roll out multiple measures to deal with the disease. Lagos has in the past weeks suspended schools across the state – be […]

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Luxurious lifestyle of alleged Sakawa kingpin Stingo, Shatta Berry’s father

– Advertisement – One of the youngest stars making names for themselves in the entertainment circles in recent times is Shatta Berry, the TV Talent Kids Star. Shatta Berry is part of the current seasoned 11 competition and she is counted among the favorites in the reality show. SEE ALSO:  Shatta Berry puts her father’s […]

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Obinim finally replies Prophet Amoako Attah over death prophecy

– Advertisement – The founder and leader of Freedom Chapel International, Francis Amoako-Attah popularly known as ‘Senior Prophet’ days ago predicted doom for his colleague pastor this 2020. According to the Senior Prophet, Angel Obinim who is the Head Pastor of International God’s Way Church might lose his life this year. READ ALSO: Prophet Amoako-Attah […]

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Coronavirus: Countries’ plans to lift lockdown restrictions soon

As Britain and America start to draw up plans for life after the lockdown, they may look for inspiration from European countries where the coronavirus crisis has already showed signs of peaking.   Austria today became the first country to set out detailed plans for ending the standstill, with smaller shops re-opening on April 14 and […]

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Immigration Ladies Association donates sanitary items to Immigration Service

The Immigration Ladies Association (IMMILAC) has donated sanitary items to the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) for distribution to its Academy and Training School to help combat the novel coronavirus. IMMILAC was formed in December 2009 as an Association comprising all female officers of the GIS irrespective of rank to help raise the standard of discipline […]

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Government takes delivery of COVID-19 medical supplies from China

Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Shirley Ayorkor Botchway (MP) has taken delivery of COVID-19 medical supplies for Ghana and 17 other African countries. The items were presented to the Government on Monday, April 6, 2020, by the Chinese Government towards the fight against COVID-19. This delivery follows a similar one delivered by businessman […]

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The Open is cancelled for the first time since World War II amid coronavirus outbreak

The Open has joined the list of major sporting events that have been called off following the coronavirus outbreak. The R&A confirmed the cancellation on Monday afternoon, making 2020 the first year without golf’s most prestigious tournament since 1945, when World War II was ongoing.  This year’s competition was scheduled to begin on July 16 […]

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Coronavirus UK: Death toll hits 5,368 as 403 die in England

England, Scotland and Wales have declared 434 more deaths caused by the coronavirus today, taking the UK’s total to 5,368.  England accounted for 403 of the fatalities while Scotland and Wales independently declared 31 more deaths in the past 24 hours. The statistics are a ray of hope as the daily death count has fallen […]

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52nd African country confirms coronavirus cases: Sao Tome and Principe

Sao Tome and Principe became the 52nd African country to record cases of the COVID-19. The island nation confirmed its first four cases on Monday. Prime Minister Jorge Bom Jesus disclosed that the confirmation came after test results returned from Gabon. The development leaves Lesotho and Comoros as Africa’s virus free countries as of April […]

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Ethiopia coronavirus: major Addis market to relocate, 2 deaths as cases reach 44

April 6: Addis Abab to relocate main market, deaths recorded The Addis Ababa City Administration has announced that it is temporarily relocating a famous tarding center, the Atikilit Tera market to an open space as of tomorrow April 7. Atikilit Tera is reputed as the biggest fruits and vegetable markets in the city. Its population […]

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Apple is making 1 million face shields for medical workers

Crude oil slipped after OPEC and Russia postponed a meeting that could end a price war and reduce a supply glut that has driven oil futures to their lowest in decades. The meeting had been set for Monday, but is now scheduled for Thursday, an OPEC source told CNN Business. Saudi Arabia and Russia have been locked […]

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