Monthly Archives: December 2015

2016 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid saves gasoline – report

A report issued by AAA says that gas prices may just sink to a national average of below $2 per gallon for the first time since 2009. Looks like Chevrolet picked a terrible time to introduce the 2016 Malibu Hybrid. And that’s too bad, as this fuel-sipping hybrid delivers an excellent ride wrapped up in a sleek little package. The ...

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Anas will get corrupt pastors in the church – Pastor hints

General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God Church Dr Paul Frimpong Manso has hinted that Anas Aremeyaw will get hold of corrupt pastors in the church if he is to investigate them. Dr Frimpong Manso is bemoaning the level of corruption in the country despite the fact that 70 percent of the population in Ghana claim to be Christians. “70 ...

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Ghanaians in Canada Support the Boachie-Yiadom Sisters

…….to Rehabilitate their Ailing Mother in Toronto back from Ghana Stephanie Boachie-Yiadom on behalf of the Boachie-Yiadom sisters in Toronto has expressed their profound gratitude to all Ghanaians in Canada who spiritually and financially assisted them to bring their ailing mother, Barbara, 53, who was stranded in Ghana back to Toronto. She made mention of their gratitude during a formal ...

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Cancelling teacher trainee allowance best for nation – Ablakwa

The Deputy Minister for Education in-charge of Tertiary Education, Mr Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has said the removal of allowances of Teacher Trainees is in the best interest of teacher trainees and the nation. He explained that the allowances paid to teacher trainees were based on the quota allocated in the budget for the Ghana Education Service for the teacher trainees. ...

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Ghana 72nd on gold holdings ranking

Ghana is 72nd on the World Official Gold Holdings table compiled using latest data from the International Financial Statistics (IFS) of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for December 2015. The gold holdings table provides information on each country’s gold reserves and the proportion this represents of their total external reserves. Ghana is 72 out of 100 countries with 8.7 tonnes ...

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Cape Coast records few babies during Christmas

Twenty three babies made up of 11 males and 12 females were born in four health institutions in the Cape Coast Metropolis on Christmas eve, Christmas and Boxing Day. Ten males and seven females were delivered on Christmas Day, four males and three female babies were delivered on Christmas Day, whilst one male and two females were born on Boxing ...

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‘$250k school block not my birthday gift’ – Hanna Tetteh fumes

Member of Parliament for Awutu Senya West, Hanna Tetteh, has denied media reports that the Chinese government constructed and furnished a six-classroom block as a birthday gift to her. It was reported that the Chines Ambassador to Ghana, Sun Boahong, built the classroom block for Awutu DA JHS ‘B’ as a birthday gift to the MP who is also the ...

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Two contest Fiifi Kwetey in Ketu NDC primaries today

Members of the National Democratic Congress in the Ketu South constituency of the Volta region are going to the polls to elect their parliamentary candidate. The primary was put on hold last month, following a suit filed against the party by a disqualified aspirant, Jim Morti. An Accra High court, however, dismissed the suit last week, paving way for the ...

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Kwesi Nyantakyi rubbishes January 27 start date for league

Ghana Football Association (GFA) president Kwesi Nyantakyi has rubbished reports that the Ghana Premier League has been scheduled to start on January 27 According to him, all pending legal matters needs to be sorted before the competition commences. Reports going round in the media have emerged over the weekend that the organizers of the league, the Premier League Board (PLB) ...

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Guinea to be declared free of Ebola virus

Guinea is to be declared free of Ebola by the World Health Organization (WHO), two years after the epidemic began there. Guineans are expected to celebrate the landmark with concerts and fireworks. The disease killed more than 2,500 people in the country and a further 9,000 in Sierra Leone and Liberia. Sierra Leone was declared free of Ebola in November, ...

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