• Akufo-Addo gifted Samuel Takyi a car plus $10,000• Samuel Takyi win bronze at the Tokyo Olympic Games• Each member of the team including the Technical team will receive $5,000
President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has promised to gift Ghanaian boxer, Samuel Takyi a car plus $10,000 following his exploits at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
• Daniel Yao Domelevo has reacted to the claims by Akufo-Addo that he has committed more to the corruption fight
• He says the claims are not backed by actions
• He said the government is rather good at rhetoric
Daniel Yao Domelevo has responded to President Nana Akufo-Addo's comments about how well his administration has been fighting corruption.
The Minority in Parliament has called on the Auditor-General to as a matter of urgency constitute an Audit team involving the services of a reputable international Audit Firm to immediately audit the processes leading to the supposed transfer and the expenditure of the GH¢600 million allocated to the Agenda 111 project.
The Minority in Parliament has called on the Auditor-General to as a matter of urgency constitute an Audit team involving the services of a reputable international Audit Firm to immediately audit the processes leading to the supposed transfer and the expenditure of the GH?600million allocated to the Agenda 111 project.
• 2 teenage boys standing trial for killing an 11-year-old have confessed to killing a pregnant woman too • Residents of Kasoa Coca Cola said they were taken aback when they heard the growing development • The 2 will reappear before court on September 20, 2021
Some residents of Kasoa Coca Cola have expressed shock at the new revelation made in court by the two teenage boys (Felix Nyarko, Nicholas Kani).
• The KEEA GES has responded to claims that a teacher has impregnated three girls from the same class
• The claim was said to have been made by a certain lecturer with the University of Cape Coast
• The story has since been denied and said to be without any basis
Ghana Education Service has denied the report that a teacher in the Komenda Edina Eguafo Abrem (KEEA) municipality has impregnated three girls in the area.
• Philip Amissah is the face behind Colourful Vision Artisans• About 30 people are on his payroll with 15 others working as apprentices• He painted GCB bank opposite the SSNIT parking lot in Accra, a VRA office, and now, one of the newly built dormitories of Ashesi University
A university graduate turned painter is now impacting the lives of the youth who are unemployed because of either academic issues or monetary problems.