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Check your privilege, Harry, before lecturing us from your McMansion, writes JAN MOIR

With every new development from his Californian base camp, with each fresh initiative that finds him strapping on his trusty crampons of wrath to scale new-found peaks of pique, I worry about Harry. I really do. He’s just so furious all the time! Whatever next for our little lost prince, as he negotiates what he […]

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EC replaces voter ID with wrong date of birth

The Electoral Commission has assured that all errors on voter ID cards will have the opportunity to be corrected during the register exhibition process. The electoral management body gave the assurance after replacing a voter ID with a wrong birth date which went viral amid the ongoing voter registration exercise which started on Tuesday, June […]

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I have COVID-19; but I was at Korle Bu isolation centre not ICU – Carlos Ahenkorah [Audio]

A Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Carlos Ahenkorah has clarified media reports suggesting that he was admitted at the Intensive  Care Unit  (ICU) at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital after contracting COVID-19. The Member of Parliament for Tema West says, although he had tested positive for Coronavirus, he was rather at the Hospital’s isolation centre receiving […]

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Voter ID: Suspected COVID-19 case recorded at registration center in Dansoman

The Assemblies of God Church Exhibition Registration Centre at Dansoman in Accra has recorded one suspected case of COVID-19. According to the Health Officer at the centre, the registrant who was seeking to register for the voter’s ID card had a high temperature and confirmed a feeling of general malaise. The Health Officer, Faustina Ohenewaa, […]

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SheThrives hub cushions women entrepreneurs amidst #COVID19 pandemic

The year 2020 will most certainly go down the annals of history as the most difficult and most challenging period ever for businesses and enterprises across the globe. For big multinational cooperations and small business, the devastating impact is the coronavirus pandemic has left a great many companies crawling on their knees with a majority […]

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I named my child ‘Manpi’ because I didn’t cum during the intercourse that produced her – Wanlov

– Advertisement – Wanlov the Kubolor has in an interview on the Afro Joint Show on Kingdom 101.9 Fm disclosed that he named his first child Manpi because he didn’t cum during the intercourse that produced her. READ ALSO: Akuapem Poloo has refused to honour our invitation – CID On the show with seasoned host […]

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Mark Zuckerberg told staff that Facebook is ‘not gonna change’

Mark Zuckerberg has told Facebook employees that the company is ‘not gonna change’ its policies on ‘hate speech’, despite an advertising boycott which has seen the company’s share price drop by $60 billion and wiped more than $7 billion from his personal wealth. The Facebook CEO addressed a staff town hall on Friday, in light […]

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Thinking about something unrelated helps me stay on longer during sex – Wanlov

– Advertisement – Musician and one half of music duo FOKN Bois Wanlov da Kuborlor has revealed that he has a special remedy that helps him last longer during sexual intercourse. According to the musician in an exclusive interview with Fiifi Pratt on Accra-based Kingdom FM, stated that he can last for more than 45 […]

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Election 2020: CDD begins compilation of key issues to shape parties’ manifestos

Panel members on the Manifesto Project organized by the Center for Democratic Development Ghana (CDD Ghana) have called on political parties in the country to design manifestoes that address critical developmental issues facing the country. The program was to propose research-based ideas to help shape and guide the manifesto promises which will be made by […]

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Royal Albert Hall will go bust next year without financial help

The Royal Albert Hall will go bust next year if it fails to secure millions in loans and donations, the chief executive has warned. Craig Hassall said lockdown has cast the cash-strapped BBC Proms venue into its most ‘perilous’ crisis yet as it approaches its 150th anniversary.  The dormant Kensington theatre has burned through £12million […]

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COVID-19: Medical Superintendents demand payment for services rendered

The Medical Superintendents Ghana has called on the government to pay health facilities, the cost of treating COVID-19 patients. The group also wants the establishment of a COVID-19 Health Facility Relief Fund to prevent public hospitals from collapsing. Dr. Joseph Kojo Tambil who is the President of the Medical Superintendents Ghana – the umbrella body […]

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Akuapem Poloo to lose custody of her son?

– Advertisement – Controversial social media senstation and actress Akuapem Poloo real name Rosemond Brown could lose custody of her seven(7) years old according to the Department of Social Welfare. Akuapem Poloo days ago shared a rauchy photo with her son to celebrate his seven birthday, though some social media users applauded her for her […]

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Metro Mass staff to embark on sit-down strike tomorrow over unpaid salaries

Staff of the Metro Mass Transport Limited (MMTL) have threatened to embark on a sit-down strike on Friday, July 3, 2020, over issues of unpaid salaries. A statement from the Senior and Junior Staff Union at MMTL said the strike will be in place until further notice. “Given the foregoing, the workers through the leadership […]

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Prince Andrew: More FBI pressure as Ghislaine Maxwell arrested

Prince Andrew is said to be ‘bewildered’ over the lack of response from US justice officials as the Royal Family brace themselves for new revelations after the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell.  Andrew’s six-month standoff with the FBI deepened after Maxwell was detained for allegedly helping to lure underage girls who were then sexually abused by Epstein. […]

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Coronavirus UK: Top medic says kids more at risk outside school

Hard-pressed parents juggling childcare and work were told to ‘control your teenagers’ tonight as the Government pushed ahead with plans to force schools to reopen fully in September. Deputy chief medical officer Dr Jenny Harries said that schoolchildren, especially older ones, were more likely to contract coronavirus by hanging out with friends than they were […]

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Re-imposition of COVID-19 restrictions still on the table – Oppong Nkrumah

Government is still considering its options in curbing the spread of COVID-19 in Ghana, according to the Minister for Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah. He was commenting on calls for localised lockdowns after the continued spike in COVID-19 cases which has put Ghana over the 18,000 mark for cases. “In terms of the possibility of the […]

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Akuapem Poloo to be banished from her home town

– Advertisement – The traditional ruler of Mampong Akwapim Apesemankahene; Nana Yirenkyi I has reacted to the viral unclad photo of Akuapem Poloo and her son. According to the revered traditional ruler, Akuapem Poloo will be banished from the Akuapem traditional land and will also be banned from using the name ‘Akuapem’. According to Nana […]

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Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime associate charged with enticement of minors

Prince Andrew’s legal team “will not be commenting” the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell, they told CNN after Jeffrey Epstein’s former girlfriend and long-time associate was arrested in New Hampshire earlier Thursday.  What is this about: The Duke of York faces allegations stemming from his relationship with Epstein, who died by apparent suicide in August 2019 […]

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GPRTU to petition Transport Ministry for an increase in fares due to social distancing

The Ghana Private Road Transport Union, GPRTU, says it will petition the Presidency through the Ministry of Transport, for an upward review in transport fares to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on the operations of members. The appeal follows demands by drivers for fares to be adjusted to cater for the revenue losses due to […]

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How Ghislaine Maxwell went from socialite to ‘sex-trafficker’

Ghislaine Maxwell grew up well versed in mixing with royals, politicians and moguls but her life of privilege came to an abrupt end Thursday as she was arrested and accused of recruiting victims for Jeffrey Epstein.  As the ‘favorite’ daughter of disgraced newspaper baron Robert she boasted an impeccable network of contacts and starry circle of friends.  […]

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Funny Face outdoors new big booty girlfriend who helped him through depression

Funny Face’s new girlfriend Funny Face has been through hell for the past two months and it appears to have ended. The popular comedian has found a new woman. It’s either Funny Face is just not lucky with women or there is something fundamentally wrong with him when it comes to women. SEE ALSO: Disgraceful […]

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Akuapem Poloo has refused to honour our invitation – CID

Akuapem-Poloo According to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, actress and Instagram video Vixen Rosemond Brown popular on social media as Akuapem Poloo has refused to honour their invitation. READ ALSO: CID invites Akuapem Polo over nude photo with her son On His B-day Akuapem Poloo was invited by the CID […]

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Financial service consumers cautioned against increased cyber-crime amid Covid-19

As more people rely on digital banking platforms to reduce human interface in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, some analysts in the some financial space have cautioned consumers to be wary of increasing cyber fraud. According to some observers of the financial sector, there was an increase in cyber fraud in Ghana during the […]

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Ghana coronavirus: 18,134 cases; Accra case load hits 10,000

Ghana is West Africa’s most impacted nation behind Nigeria, at a point in May 2020, Ghana led the regional case load. June has started with progressive lifting of more virus restrictions. President Akufo-Addo in his tenth address announced that whiles borders remained closed, some categories of academic institutions are allowed to resume, religious places can […]

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Funeral held for slain Ethiopian singer

The funeral of Hachalu Hundessa, the slain Ethiopian singer, was held Thursday in his hometown of Ambo, in the Oromia region. The singer, whose highly political lyrics expressed frustrations of the Oromo people, who have long considered themselves marginalised, was shot dead Monday night in Addis Ababa. His death immediately rekindled tensions. Demonstrations resulted in […]

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