Monthly Archives: April 2015

I don’t regret Kotoko exit – Didi Dramani

A former coach of Asante Kotoko Mas-Ud Didi Dramani has opened up on his exit from the Porcupine Warriors, saying he does not regret leaving. Dramani has been largely quiet ever since he got fired by the Kumasi-based club, often declining to comment on the circumstances surrounding his exit. But in his first interview after leaving the Fabulous Club, Dramani ...

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AfDB provides additional $300m financial support to Ebola affected countries

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has announced an additional $300 million financial support to the three countries hard hit by the Ebola disease. The countries, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Liberia have been ravaged by the Ebola disease since it broke out. President of the Bank, Donald Kaberuka made the announcement at the ongoing World Bank-IMF Spring Meetings in Washington DC, USA. ...

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Bobbi Kristina Brown is ‘awake’ says father Bobby Brown at concert

Bobby Brown has said that his daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown is “awake” nearly three months after the 21-year-old was found unconscious in a bath. At a concert in Dallas on Saturday, Bobby Brown told the audience that “Bobbi is awake” and that “she is watching me”. Few details have been released about Bobbi Kristina’s health since she was taken to ...

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United bans researcher from flight after ‘joke tweet’

United said it was confident its systems could not be compromised but it still stopped Chris Roberts from boarding his flight United Airlines banned a security researcher from a flight after he tweeted that he might be able to hack the aircraft’s systems. Chris Roberts was due to fly from Colorado to San Francisco to talk at a major security ...

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African athletes dominate at the Boston Marathon

Ethiopia’s Lelisa Desisa has won the men’s race at the Boston Marathon and Kenya’s Caroline Rotich came first in the women’s race. Rotich took the title in two hours 24 minutes 55 seconds after a sprint finish with Ethiopia’s Mare Dibaba. Desisa’s victory at 2:09:17 was more comfortable and he crossed the finish line 30 seconds ahead of his compatriot ...

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Ghanaian security move to protect AngloGold Ashanti

Security agencies are on high alert at Obuasi in the Ashanti region to prevent reprisals on South African nationals working with AngloGold Ashanti. It follows the xenophobic violence in which several people including five Ghanaians have been confirmed killed. The Obuasi Municipal Security Council is worried illegal miners who are battling AngloGold Ashanti over closed concessions may attack officials of ...

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Diego Lopez: Muntari and Essien are not technically gifted

AC Milan goalkeeper Diego Lopez claims Ghana duo Michael Essien and Sulley Muntari are not technically gifted to be accepted by the club’s fans. But the Spaniard says the two are the most affable at the club. The Rossoneri fans have come down heavily on the two players who are expected to leave the club this summer. Muntari has withdrawn ...

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My sisters were angry I married Damilola – Chris Attoh

Love is a beautiful thing, they say. For Ghollywood actor Chris Attoh who got married to his Nigerian sweetheart Damilola Adegbite a few weeks ago, life hasn’t been same. He is extremely excited and proud to be a husband. Chris, however confessed that his sisters all over the world were angry over his choice of a life partner. “My Ghanaian ...

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Ghana organises roadshow on Eurobond

The Minister of Finance, Mr Seth Terkper, has begun a roadshow in his quest to raise another $1 billion Eurobond to support the country’s development agenda. Mr Terkper, who is leading the government delegation to the ongoing IMF/ World Bank Spring meetings in Washington, made a stopover in London for what is described as a ‘non-deal roadshow’ to showcase the ...

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Improved road network in Sekondi -Takoradi

The travelling public in Sekondi-Takoradi will heave a sigh of relief when ongoing road rehabilitation works on major road linkages in the twin city are completed. The roads which were once upon a time in very deplorable conditions are being given a facelift befitting the status of the city as an oil hub. The first phase of the rehabilitation works ...

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