Monthly Archives: October 2016

How to Confess to Cheating on Your Partner

You may have done the wrong thing at the wrong time. But now that it’s past and over, find out about how to confess to cheating in love the right way. Confessions are tricky affairs. Before you even think of confessing, ask yourself if you really should confess to cheating. Sometimes, a confession can do more harm than good in ...

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Hawkers turn Kumasi Railways bridge into shopping mall

A footbridge linking the Kumasi Central Market to Adum and other parts of the central business district risk collapse if immediate action is not taken by city authorities to clear hawkers off the facility. The Kumasi railways footbridge, which was inaugurated in October 2013 to ease movement of pedestrians across the railway lines between Adum and Roman Hill, has been ...

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Atsu scores Newcastle’s winner against Rotherham

Ghana international Christian Atsu ensured Newcastle United managed a narrow 1-0 win over Rotherham United by scoring the solitary of the game for the Toons on Saturday afternoon. The Chelsea loanee negotiated for space on the left side of attack after receiving a pass from Jonjo Shelvey before sending home a beautiful curler in the 41st minute to win the ...

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GBC Workers Sack Directors

Workers of the state broadcaster yesterday embarked on an internal demonstration and in the process locked up the offices of some top management staffers after chasing them out.  DAILY GUIDE gathered that the Ag Director of Finance came to work yesterday morning but reportedly fled but the Director of Human Resource didn’t show up at work. The Director of Corporate ...

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US newspapers break with tradition to condemn Donald Trump

USA Today has become the latest newspaper to break with tradition by telling readers that Donald Trump is unfit to be President. Throughout its history, America’s only national daily paper has remained neutral, endorsing or criticising individual policies without ever recommending a candidate. And though the newspaper stops short of supporting Hillary Clinton, it has become the latest newspaper to ...

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Ambolley grabs two top awards

The good works of highlife musician Gyadu Blay Ambolley has attracted the attention of the international community. Consequently, the City of Philadelphia has awarded the lyricist and saxophonist for his immense contribution towards highlife music in the Diaspora. Prior to receiving the special award, the Ghanaian musician was interviewed on Voice Of America (VOA) on what goes into his music, ...

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Our public advocates and intellectuals failing this country!

The title of this piece, and the subject for today inferentially, came to me when I was listening to morning radio discussions on vexing public issues last Wednesday. I was struck by the deliberate ignorance of a majority of our public advocates and intellectuals on the basic meaning and implications of democratic government. It seems to me that condemning outcomes ...

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Mercy Asiedu to be Honored at the 6th Annual 3G Awards in NY

3G Media announces that Mercy Asiedu has been nominated to be honored at the 6th Annual 3G Awards in New York. The Kumawood Actress has accepted and confirmed attending. The Awards ceremony is in recognition of exceptional leaders and theircontributions to the Ghanaian and Global communities. It will be held on Saturday, November 5th, 2016 at the IGA (Inspirational Gospel ...

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2016 computerized placement has been smooth – GES

The Ghana Education Service (GES), says its preliminary evaluation of this year’s (2016) postings of Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) graduates, points to a massive success. The computerized system was introduced in 2005, to replace the manual mode of selection and placement of students in Senior High Schools, which had for many years created a number of challenges. Many parents ...

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CHRAJ’s investigation shoddiest work done in Ghana – Akomea

Communications Director of the New Patriotic Party says an investigation by the Commission on Human rights and Administrative Justice into President Mahama’s acceptance of a Ford gift vehicle was carelessly and unprofessionally done. Nana Akomea said the facts of the matter relating to the collection of the gift clearly show that the president received a gift which is a bribe ...

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