Human Interest

Businessman granted bail for GH¢5,126,000.00 fraud

Frank Kofi Frimpong, a businessman, has been granted GH¢4 million bail with three sureties by an Accra circuit court, for allegedly defrauding the Chief Executive of Ameen Scientific Herbal Hospital, Sheikh Dr. Amin Mohammed Bonsu, and members of the Ghana Muslim Mission. The accused, allegedly collected GH¢5,126,000.00 from complainants with the promise that he would pay them 100 per cent [...]

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3 drown after canoe capsizes

Disaster struck when three people, drowned at Ehyireso, when a canoe capsized on River Manfe, at Ehyireso, in the Prestea Huni Valley municipality of the Western Region. They drowned when they attempted to cross the river by canoe to Ehyireso, a cocoa growing area, about four kilometres away from Bogoso, to convey fermented cocoa beans for drying. The deceased, Nyiraba [...]

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Pressure on Thierry Henry  as Monaco go winless in six games

Pressure on Thierry Henry as Monaco go winless in six games

THIERRY Henry endured another miserable evening as Monaco manager after Edinson Cavani’s hat-trick ushered Paris St Germain to a 4-0 victory at the Stade Louis II. On a night when the linesmen came under scrutiny, Cavani scored twice inside 12 minutes – with both goals overturned on the video assistant referee system having been initially flagged for offside. Cavani used [...]

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Solari lands Real full job  … After bout of victories

Solari lands Real full job … After bout of victories

REAL Madrid director Emilio Butragueno has said the club are delighted with Santiago Solari’s spell in charge after the team posted their fourth consecutive win by beating Celta Vigo on Sunday. Madrid claimed a 4-2 victory at Balaidos and the expectation is Solari will now be given the job full-time, following a transformation in results. Four victories during his tenure [...]

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Welbeck return not clear

ARSENAL striker Danny Welbeck had an operation last Friday, a day after breaking his ankle in his side’s goalless draw against Sporting Lisbon, but it remains unclear how long his recovery will take, Gunners’ manager Unai Emery said on Sunday. Speaking after Arsenal’s 1-1 draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, Emery confirmed the England international needed [...]

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Federer stunned in straight sets

ROGER Federer’s hopes of winning a record-extending seventh ATP Finals title suffered a blow as Kei Nishikori stunned the Swiss great 7-6(4) 6-3 in their round-robin opener on Sunday. The 37-year-old began calmly enough but his usually smooth game began to fray towards the end of the first set and fell apart in an error-strewn second. Unsurprisingly the match ended [...]

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‘Children must partake in church activities’

‘Children must partake in church activities’

The Evangelist at Nsumia Church of Christ in the Nsawam-Addoagyiri Municipality, Edward Boakye has advised parents to allow their children to partake in church activities. Evangelist Boakye gave the advice during the Nsumia Church of Christ Children Day celebration at the weekend. It had the theme; “Make Children Active Partners in the Works of Ministry.” He said children should be [...]

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Business Dev. Ministry to raise funds for female entrepreneurs

Business Dev. Ministry to raise funds for female entrepreneurs

The Ministry for Business Development will hold a fundraising gala to support physically challenged female entrepreneurs to enable them establish or expand their business operations. The event scheduled to take place on Thursday, November 29, 2018 would seek to raise an amount of GH2million from individuals and corporate organisations. It would be chaired by the First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo. [...]

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Stakeholders brainstorm on Biosphere Reserves

Stakeholders brainstorm on Biosphere Reserves

The first national forum aimed at sensitising the public to provide the platform for stakeholders to brainstorm on Biosphere Reserves was held in Accra yesterday. Biosphere Reserves are special places for managing interactions between social and ecological systems including conflict prevention and the management of biodiversity. These are areas comprising terrestrial, marine and coastal ecosystems which promote solutions for reconciling [...]

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Change negative impression about Chinese

Change negative impression about Chinese

The Chinese Ambassador to Ghana, Mr Shi Ting Wang has urged journalists to help change the negative perception about Chinese in the country. He said China was ready to cooperate with Ghana in order to create a mutually beneficial relationship between the two countries. Ambassador Wang said this during the donation of items worth GH¢50,000 by the Chinese Embassy to [...]

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