Monthly Archives: April 2015

[PHOTOS] How JJ Rawlings has promoted African wear

JA Kuffour promoted African wear by instituting a national Friday wear. JJ on the hand promoted it by wearing it. Check these images of Jerry John Rawlings dressed in African wear on several occasions.

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The loves songs are too much, sing about development – Ambolley

Gyedu Blay Ambolley has asked Ghanaian musicians to sing about issues which will develop the country than the usual love songs. Ambolley at a press conference to launch ‘The Me In You’ reality show on Wednesday at Mensvic Grand Hotel in Accra said love songs are easy to write and sing and that has resulted in its abundance in the ...

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I will make history in USA – Commey

Commonwealth title holder Richard Oblitey Commey says he will make history in the United States of America (USA) when he mounts the ring against Bahodir come May 22, 2015 for the IBF Intercontinental lightweight championship. The Ghanaian International hope of winning a world title is on course after his explosive start to his professional career. After his overwhelming stoppage of ...

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Project Health Ghana gets Sponsorship from European Academy

European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (EAOHP) announced Project Health Ghana, a Ghanaian non-profit Organization, as the recipient of their 2014 Small Grant Fund. This funding will specifically support Project Health Ghana’s advocacy and public education on Workplace stress and its influence on health and    well being, the Workplace Stress-free Café. Project Health Ghana, renowned in Ghana for mostly ...

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Ghanaian artisans at Suame Magazine launch first car

The wait for artisans of Suame magazine to manufacture a car is now over, as the Suame Magazine Industrial Development Organization (SMIDO) has officially launched its first car. The ” SMATI Turtle 1″ car was made and assembled at the Suame Magazine ITTU by local artisans. Artisans comprising auto mechanics, electricians and welders amongst others, at the Suame Magazine; one ...

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45,000 extra teachers needed for universal basic education

About 45,000 extra teachers are needed to provide universal basic education in the country, a former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), Professor Jophus Anamuah-Mensah, has said. He was addressing the first annual Easter Forum on the theme: “Distance Education: Our hope for sustainable human capacity development in Ghana”, at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) yesterday. Currently, ...

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Adansi Citizens Interact with Adansihene in the US

Adansi citizens in the East Coast of North America hosted the Adansihene Opagyakotwere Bonsra Afriyie II at two separate town hall meetings to enable the Overload update the community on traditional and developmental issues in the Adansi. Addressing the Adansi’s onSaturday March 18, in Maryland, Nana Bonsra Afriyie II expressed his hope in the future of the Gold mining town ...

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ECG sued for placing meters outside homes

The Landlords Association of Nungua in the Ledzokuku-Krowor Municipality of the Greater Accra Region has sued the Electricity Company of Ghana for placing power meters outside their homes. The agitated residents are asking the court to set aside or quash the company’s policy to re-locate prepaid metres from homes onto street side poles. A writ filed at the High Court ...

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Prof. Yankah’s corruption claims baseless – Pratt

Managing Editor of the Insight newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr. has described as unfair, unfortunate and baseless, corruption claims made by the president of the Central University College, Prof. Kwesi Yankah, against some persons in government. Kwesi Pratt Jnr. said inasmuch as corruption has engulfed the nation, Prof. Yankah is not mandated to tag anyone as corrupt without empirical evidence. Mr. ...

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Chamber of Commerce counts on Exim Bank for SME revival

The First Vice President of the Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI), Dr. Prosper Adabla, has disclosed the Export-Import Bank that government plans to set up could just be the solution the private sector has been longing for, given the current economic situation. Speaking to the B&FT on the sidelines of an event that saw the induction of 25 ...

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