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Akufo-Addo self-isolates after exposure to person with COVID-19

The President, Nana Akufo-Addo is on a 14-day self-isolation after getting exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. This was contained in a statement dated July 4, 2020, and signed by the Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah. “On the advice of doctors, the President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, is […]

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I can tell you exactly why Leicester had to go back into lockdown

My only surprise when the Government announced a local lockdown in Leicester last week was that it had taken so long. I have had grave and growing concerns that my city was heading for a severe Covid-19 outbreak because, since the end of April, lockdown here has been observed in name only. At first, when schools, […]

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Fadda Dickson storms Kwadwo Wiafe’s funeral grounds in a Ferrari

GHPAGE.com is the Leading Entertainment, news, sports, lifestyle, Buzz website today. GhPage.com delivers captivating and engaging entertainment, videos, and news that drives social conversations. It’s a place to stay up to date with trending content across a growing array of topics with most original content focused on African pop-culture. Stay tuned to discover the quirkiest […]

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Leicester police on patrol at stations as locked-down residents are told not to leave Covid-hit city

Residents in coronavirus-hit Leicester are stuck in their homes under strict lockdown tonight as hoards of merry drinkers around the rest of the UK flock to the pubs on Super Saturday. Thousands of revellers have already seized upon today’s first major easing of lockdown measures to enjoy their first pint since bars shuttered three months […]

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Lottery winners Steve and Lenka Thomson use some of their £105million jackpot to buy van and car

A couple who won £105million on the Euromillions lottery have reportedly splashed out on a second-hand van and a car. Steve Thomson, 42, and his wife Lenka, 41, said they didn’t want becoming overnight multi-millionaires to change them, and have refused to buy anything ‘too flash’. The couple and their two sons and daughter are also still […]

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Kroll deal: Acting A-G expresses satisfaction with Osafo-Marfo’s documents

Senior minister Yaw Osafo-Maafo The acting Auditor-General(A-G), Johnson Akuamoah Asiedu says he is satisfied with documents submitted by Senior Minister Yaw osafo-Marfo in the ongoing court over the $1million Kroll contract. The acting A-G in a document sighted by Starrfm.com.gh said “We wish to state that we are satisfied with the processes and therefore propose […]

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Former Ghana midfielder Derek Boateng advises Thomas Partey not to join Arsenal

Ex-Ghana midfielder Derek Boateng is not in support of Thomas Partey’s possible transfer to Arsenal. Arsenal have been the front-liners for the signature of the Ghana International. Partey, 27, is already serving his seventh year at Atletico Madrid where he has made a mark for himself, eventually attracting huge interest from the English Club. Reports […]

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KCCR appeals for replacement of COVID-19 testing materials

Authorities at the Kumasi Centre for Collaborative Research into Tropical Medicine (KCCR) want some of their testing equipment replaced. The centre is one of the leading centres in testing samples for COVID-19 in Ghana. According to the Director for the Centre, Prof. Richard Odame Philips, the rate at which test results are released, has been […]

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Kufuor opens up on ‘humiliating’ experience as prisoner at Ussher Fort

Former President, John Agyekum Kufuor has recounted his incarceration at the Ussher Fort Prison many years ago. He describes as humiliating, the 15-month period he had to be imprisoned together with other members of the Busia-led government after they were overthrown in 1972. Kufuor who was a young politician at age 34 and a deputy […]

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Sky Sports pundits deal fresh blow to BLM as they all ditch badges and wear ‘Kick It Out’ logos

Black Lives Matter badges were again absent from Sky Sports’ Premier League coverage – with most guest pundits on Soccer Saturday instead choosing to support football-focused anti-racism charity Kick It Out.   Host Jeff Stelling and experts Clinton Morrison, Paul Merson and Matt Le Tissier all donned the other campaign’s badges just days after concern was […]

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E/R: Armed robbers attack traders at Begoro

Scores of traders have been attacked by suspected armed robbers on the Begoro to Dedeso road in the Fanteakwa District of the Eastern Region. The traders were returning from the Begoro market to Mpeamu and Dedeso Communities. The incidence occurred Friday evening. About six vehicles and eight motorcycles transporting the traders were involved in the […]

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I’ll sue Kontihene over his cocaine claims -Kwabena Kwabena

Renowned Ghanaian hiplife artist, George Kwabena Adu popularly known as Kwabena Kwabena has reacted to claims made against him by veteran musician, Nana Kontihene. In an interview, the ‘Aso’ hitmaker revealed that Kontihene was not the one who discovered him, adding that he shouldn’t be described as Kontihene’s boy. He also revealed that Kontihene was […]

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NDC Flagbearer, Mahama meets former President Rawlings to discuss party issues

Former President and Presidential Candidate for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama has paid a courtesy call on the founder of the party, Jerry John Rawlings. The Saturday, July 4 visit was for the two ex-presidents to discuss party-related issues. No officials statement has been made concerning the details of the meeting […]

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Stanley Johnson offers to wear swimming trunks on his HEAD as he denies breaking lockdown rules

Stanley Johnson laughed off claims he broke lockdown rules by offering to wear his swimming shorts on his head as he emerged from his holiday retreat. The Prime Minister’s father has faced fierce criticism this week for flying to Greece but protested his innocence when spotted by reporters yesterday on return from an afternoon swim […]

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Medical Association mourns four members who died after contracting COVID-19

The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has expressed deep condolences over the death of four its members who have died after being infected with COVID-19. The first is a consultant physician and former Rector of the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons, Professor Jacob Plange-Rhule, who died in April at the University of Ghana Medical Centre […]

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Pioneering black actor Earl Cameron who appeared in Doctor Who and Thunderball dies aged 102 

Pioneering actor Earl Cameron CBE, who was one of the first successful black British actors, has died at the age of 102. Best known for his roles in Doctor Who, Thunderball and Inception, Bermudan-born Cameron made his first appearance on the screen in 1951’s Pool of London. Cameron lived in Kenilworth, Warwickshire, with his wife […]

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Expansion of COVID-19 treatment centre in Kumasi to be completed this weekend – GHS

Expansion works are ongoing at some health facilities in the Ashanti Region where persons with COVID-19 are being treated. This has become necessary due to the continuous surge in the country’s case count, which has now crossed 19,000. Recently, health officials in the Ashanti Region disclosed that treatment facilities had become full, a development that […]

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2020 Hajj cancelled, monies to be refunded to pilgrims by September

The Ghana Hajj Board has assured Ghanaian pilgrims that monies they paid for this year’s Hajj will be refunded by September following the cancellation of the 2020 pilgrimage. “We have received indication from Saudi Authorities that refunds would be processed by September 2020, which is after the local Hajj has concluded,” a statement by the […]

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Sad scenery as mother, Kwame Despite and others mourn Kwadwo Wiafe

Kwadwo Wiafe’s final funeral rite Among the many celebrities that have passed within the last five weeks is Kwadwo Wiafe and the family, friends, and sympathizers mourn him today. There have been very sad scenes as the family of Kwadwo Wiafe, the former Despite Media presenter had his remains laid to rest today, 4 July […]

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UK records 44 new Covid deaths – the lowest Saturday tally since lockdown began

Another 44 people have died of coronavirus in UK hospitals, NHS England has revealed. The total number of people to die after testing positive for COVID-19 in England is now 28,872, NHS England said.   The patients were aged between 45 and 99 years old and all had known underlying health conditions. It comes the same […]

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COVID-19: Carlos Ahenkorah’s campaign team member dies, two others receiving treatment

A member of Carlos Ahenkorah’s campaign team in the Tema West Constituency has passed on. He died on Thursday after he was rushed to the LEKMA Hospital at Teshie in Accra for medical attention. The deceased (name withheld), a ward coordinator at Lashibi, was among three members of Mr Ahenkorah’s campaign team in the Tema […]

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EC warns public against electoral offences in ongoing voters registration exercise

Ghana’s Electoral Commission has urged the public to desist from engaging in activities that undermine laws governing voter registration exercise in the country. It follows what it has observed to be electoral offences in the on-going nationwide mass registration exercise. Notable among the issues are attempts by some applicants to register at different centres other […]

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Police slam ‘disgusting inhuman thugs’ who pelted officers with bottles and threatened with knives

Police have branded a group of people attending an illegal block party in west London as ‘disgusting inhuman thugs’ after officers had bottles thrown at them and were threatened with a knife.    Officers came under attack with bottles after they tried to clear a ‘block party’ in Havelock Close, White City.  Taking to Twitter, the Southall […]

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Spain locks down an area with 400,000 people after spike in coronavirus cases

Spain’s Catalonia region has locked down a county of more than 400,000 people following a surge in coronavirus cases – just as Brits prepare to go there on holiday. The western Catalan city of Lleida and the rest of Segrià county will be under lockdown from midday today.  ‘We have decided to confine the del […]

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Memorial for dog with a racist name which died in 1902 is removed from graveyard 

The gravestone of a dog named the ‘N word’ based in Warwickshire has been removed amid the Black Lives Matter movement. The dog passed away in July 1902 and his memorial in Coombe Abbey Park, a popular cultural attraction, displayed his controversial name along with the date of his death. Following complaints made last year, […]

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‘You don’t beat a dead horse’ – Ursula downplays calls for Carlos’ prosecution

The Minister for Communications, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful disagrees with calls by many Ghanaians for former Deputy Minister of Trades and Industry, Carlos Ahenkorah to be prosecuted. Mr. Ahenkorah has seen the wrath of Ghanaians since Thursday after admitting to breaching COVID-19 protocols by visiting a registration centre despite being aware that he has tested positive for […]

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