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  • NPP Invisible Forces take over UNDP flats at Cantonments

    Posted April 18 by Pascal Adomako

    Some National Security Operatives and alleged Invisible Forces of the NPP are believed to have forcibly taken over the UNDP flats at Cantonments after abusing and assaulting the contractor of the redevelopment project. The contractor of the project is alleged to have been physically assaulted by th...

  • 47 Constituency Chairmen Declare Strong Support For Wontumi

    Posted March 2 by Pascal Adomako

    As members of the New Patriotic Party prepare to elect regional executives of the party, a team of 47 (forty seven) constituency chairmen from the Ashanti Region, have come out to declare their unflinching support for Mr. Benard Antwi-Boasiako. The move is to drive home the message that majority of...

  • Kwabenya residents clash with Police over robbers

    Posted January 26 by Pascal Adomako

    There was chaos at Kwabenya Thursday night as residents clashed with police officers over the lynching of some suspected armed robbers who attacked a boutique in the area. The charged residents had demanded that the police release the suspects who had been arrested to them instead of being taken to...

  • I’m busy fixing your mess – Akufo Addo tells Mahama

    Posted January 26 by Pascal Adomako

    President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has stated that he is busy fixing the mess and rot bequeathed to him by the Mahama government and does not have the time to orchestrate attacks on the former President. The President’s response comes after former President John Mahama on Thursday accused M...

  • Bawumia's 'Walewale herbs' would have been effective medication

    Posted January 23 by Pascal Adomako

    Deputy General Secretary of the opposition NDC, Koku Anyidoho says government's decision to seek medical treatment for the second gentleman of the land, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia overseas is ‘unreasonable’. He said the Vice-president would have been healed from any form of ailment faster in ...

  • Why Akufo-Addo was surrounded by empty seats at Weah’s investit

    Posted January 23 by Pascal Adomako

    A Senegalese-based reporter with AFP, Jennifer O’Mahony has taken to Twitter to hail Ghana’s President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for being punctual during yesterday’s investiture of former football star, George Oppong Weah as Liberian President. An image of Akufo-Addo surrounded...

  • Immigration service exploits job seekers

    Posted January 5 by Pascal Adomako

    Ghana is an interesting country; a lot of ordinary citizens engage in exploiting and scamming one another. It’s always a matter of “caveat emptor” when dealing with most Ghanaian. With the advent of cheap internet, it will be cost-effective and even convenient for anyone, especial...

  • SHS graduate, others arrested for producing fake drugs

    Posted December 24, 2017 by Admin2 .

    The Food Drugs Authority (FDA) in collaboration with the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, on Friday, arrested 22 suspected local aphrodisiac manufacturers in Accra and Kumasi. In Accra, 20 men and two women were picked up by police around Adabraka Sahara, the Kw...

  • Family of Lebanese ‘rapist’ ejected from Airport residence

    Posted December 7, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    The family of the Lebanese national, Haddad Rabih arrested on rape charges have been thrown out of their rented apartment at the Airport hills, Starrfmonline.com has gathered. The estate agency, according to Starrfmonline.com sources ordered the family to vacate the apartment even though they had f...

  • YEA under Mahama bought bicycles for GHC15,000 each – Sammy Awu

    Posted October 31, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    The Board Chairman for the Youth Enterprise Agency Sammy Awuku has disclosed that the agency under the erstwhile Mahama government purchased bicycles for GHC15, 000 each. According to him, many of such bicycles were procured for the district and regional coordinators of the agency. “Per our ...

  • NPP members more Ghanaian than others – South Africa High Commi

    Posted October 31, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    Ghana’s High Commissioner to South Africa, George Ayisi Boateng, has asserted that some citizens are more Ghanaian than others, hence deserve better treatment and immediate attention from his outfit. According to him, the “more Ghanaian” people, loyalists of the governing New Patr...

  • Corruption threatens government’s ‘Ghana Beyond Aid’ agenda

    Posted October 22, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    Economist, Dr. Ebo Turkson has underscored the need to exhaustively deal with corruption if government should be successful with its vision of creating a ‘Ghana Beyond Aid’. Dr. Turkson who largely agrees with the need to build a society which is less dependent on other foreign support ...

  • PPP is not my property – Dr. Nduom declares

    Posted October 22, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    Founder of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom says he is going to assume a new role of encouraging, supporting and educating the younger generation “to come to the frontline of our party”. “I am now part of the older generation,” he affirmed. Dr ...

  • ‘I’ll help teachers own homes’ – Nana Akufo-Addo

    Posted July 31, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    President Nana Akufo-Addo has said his government will shore up the lives of teachers by ensuring that they improve their careers and living standards. “For us also to make a success of our nation, we must pay attention to teachers. It is only a crop of well-trained, self-confident and conten...

  • PHOTOS + VIDEO: Gov’t Anti-Galamsey taskforce ready for action

    Posted July 31, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    The government has stepped up its fight against illegal mining activities as the Military prepares to deploy ten platoons to protect mining sites from the menace on Monday. The deployment today is the first phase of what is expected to a long-term campaign to protect mining concessions. The Lands ...

  • Probe Mills’ death – Family Head pleads

    Posted July 14, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    The maternal family of the late President John Evans Atta Mills has said it would support any attempt by the Akufo-Addo-led New Patriotic Party (NPP) government to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of the late head of state. Prof. Mills died suddenly on Tuesday, July 24, 2012 when...

  • HOT AUDIO: IGP places GHȻ10,000 bounty on Lapaz Cop killers

    Posted July 14, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    close range. Owusu was shot multiple times and was rushed to a nearby health facility by some members of the public but died shortly after. The Accra Police Command in a statement has said, Djibril is however in a stable condition. The suspects later snatched an unregistered Hyundai ...

  • Sole Commissioner findings on judgment debts unconstitutional-

    Posted June 23, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    The Supreme Court has ordered that part of the findings of the sole Commissioner of the judgment debt commission must be expunged from government’s white paper. The Court by a unanimous decision ruled that the findings of the Justice Yaw Apau Commission relating to the Alfred Agbesie Woyome a...

  • Supreme Court ‘quashes’ Ghana School of Law admission process

    Posted June 23, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    admission process, describing its current system as "unconstitutional." The apex court on Thursday said the system which requires applicants to take an entrance exam followed by an interview before admission into the school, violates Legislative Instrument (L.I) 1296. The L.I requires an applicant...

  • IMANI singles out heads of institutions for rot in public offic

    Posted June 18, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    against graft would make positive strides if heads of public institutions were proactive. Kofi Bentil says Ghana has a progressive anti-corruption regime, but heads of public institutions have consistently failed at using existing laws to ensure accountability. His comments on Saturday on Newsfile...

  • Gov’t begins engaging private sector for industrialisation driv

    Posted June 18, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    eGovernment has announced plans to begin rolling out the One-District-One-Factory programme with some 51 medium-scale factories. Addressing business leaders in Germany recently, President Nana Akufo-Addo said his government has begun partnering the private sector to implement the programme in a bid...

  • Nana Yaa Jantuah resigns from PURC

    Posted May 17, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    The Director of Public Relations and External Affairs at the Public Utility Regulatory Commission (PURC) Nana Yaa Jantuah has resigned over allegations of financial embezzlement. Her resignation takes effect November 11, 2017, according to her resignation letter to the Commission. Prior to announci...

  • How Did You Gain Entry Into Ghana? John Boadu Quizzes Jon Benja

    Posted May 1, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    Acting General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), John Boadu says the brouhaha surrounding the news of some MPs allegedly engaging in visa fraud is needless. According to him, he sees nothing wrong if the Members of Parliament use their position to sponsor their ‘close relatives&rsq...

  • Samira Bawumia, Mustapha Hamid win Personality of the Year Awa

    Posted May 1, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    The wife of the Vice President, Hajia Samira Bawumia has been named the Female Personality of the Year at the second edition of the Ghana Muslim Achievers Award (GMAA). The awards were organised by Sukra Concepts in collaboration with the Office of the National Chief Imam and Progressive Muslims la...

  • Local News Kufuor appointed Senior Grand Warden of UK Freemaso

    Posted April 28, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    Kufuor appointed Senior Grand Warden of UK Freemason LodgeDorcas Abedu-Kennedy - April 27, 20170Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has been appointed a Senior Grand Warden of the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE). He was on Wednesday appointed...

  • Thehajjjj The President’s conduct is contrary to article 35(5)

    Posted April 25, 2017 by Pascal Adomako

    Contrary to President Akufo-Addo’s pledge to “preserve, protect and defend the constitution” and to “do right to all manner of persons” regardless of their ethnic or religious background, appointments by the president so far indicates that he is far from sticking to his...

  • Mahama must halt 'evil, reckless' utility hikes - NPP

    Posted December 8, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    The New Patriotic Party has asked government to immediately halt the new electricity and water prices announced Monday, describing it as "sheer wickedness". Water saw a 67.2 per cent increment while electricity was pegged at 59.2 per cent; a drastic cut from the figures proposed by the service prov...

  • Brong-Ahafo is ready for national sanitation day

    Posted September 2, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    The Brong-Ahafo Region has been equipped with sanitation tools and equipment for the successful hosting of the 10th monthly national sanitation exercise slated for Saturday, September 5. Alhaji Collins Dauda, Minister of Local Government and Rural Development (LGRD) did the presentation to the Regi...

  • Total des perruques larges - La façon d'acquérir proportions?

    Posted September 2, 2015 by Bettyy Smith

    Dès que vous acquérez votre choix en ce qui concerne le choix de l'un des totaux de nombreuses perruques large de dentelle accessibles et en plus trouver l'ombre, la taille et aussi la texture / style à regarder ce qui concerne, il est crucial d'être en mesure d'apprendre ...

  • Dolly Parton - Perruques propos Probablement le plus connu Ruba

    Posted August 25, 2015 by Bettyy Smith

    Perruques Dolly Parton sont de plus fortement à la mode au cours des 10 années précédentes en raison du fait que beaucoup de dames bien connues ont commencé à porter chacun d'eux, par exemple Beyonce ainsi que Kelly travers Destiny Kid, Patti Labelle, Ashant...

  • We’ll fix ailing economy – Mahama

    Posted August 13, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    President Mahama has reemphasized his government intention to go along with the fiscal measures that will enable it tame Ghana’s ailing economy. Fiscal consolidation he says is taking shape to ensure government “brings back the macro-economy on track.” Speaking to State broadcast...

  • Apprenez à bien nettoyer la Perruques réelles au sein de Melbou

    Posted August 11, 2015 by Bettyy Smith

    Vous pouvez être investissez beaucoup d'argent sur des perruques ou même un certain nombre d'autres serrures alternatives sortes cependant l'échec de garder tous d'entre eux peuvent être au prix de beaucoup d'argent. Le fait même avec ce produit particulier est en fait...

  • Security expert counsels cool heads in Mahama's security breach

    Posted August 4, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    A security expert, Mr Emmanuel Sowatey, has called for calm as the country’s security machinery investigates a security breach at President John Dramani Mahama’s church where a gun man entered the church initially undetected. “One caution is that we shouldn’t rush in revolut...

  • GMA to Gov't: You must pay junior doctors

    Posted July 27, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) says it is in full support of the ongoing strike by some junior doctors across the country. The doctors have embarked on a strike to protest delays in paying them their salaries for the past eleven months. Currently, the agitating junior doctors have besieged th...

  • NDC is ruining the economy to punish Akufo-Addo - MP « PrevNext

    Posted July 24, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    Member of Parliament for Bantama, Henry K. Kokofu says the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) under the leadership of President John Dramani Mahama is "messing up" the economy for Nana Addo to suffer. Speaking on Peace FM's Kokrokoo, Hon. Kokofu noted that the Mahama-led government has resol...

  • Stan Dogbe: Mahama can’t sack CHRAJ boss

    Posted July 23, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    A Presidential Staffer, Stan Dogbe, has stated categorically that President John Mahama has no power to dismiss the CHRAJ boss Lauretta Vivian Lamptey, in spite of the numerous reports of financial misappropriation against her. Financial Analyst Sydney Casely-Hayford and Franklin Cudjoe, Founder of...

  • Our presidents have been lazy - Odike

    Posted July 19, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    Founder of the United Progressive Party (UPP) Akwasi Addai, also known as Odike has given assurance he will change Ghana's political status quo of non-performance and turn Ghana’s fortunes around if he becomes President. Mr. Addai was yesterday acclaimed presidential candidate of his party fo...

  • Mixed reactions from drivers on fuel price reduction

    Posted July 16, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    There are mixed reactions to the latest fuel price reduction which took effect this morning. Fuel prices have gone down at the pump between 10-15 percent. This follows the latest review of prices by Oil Marketing Companies in line with government’s deregulation policy. Per the new prices, p...

  • We will strike until our demands are met - State Attorneys

    Posted July 8, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    State Attorneys who begun a nationwide strike on Tuesday say they will only resume work if government shows clear commitment in addressing their concerns. The state attorneys on Monday laid down their tools to demand an increment and a harmonization of their salaries and benefits to that of circuit...

  • Talensi election will test NPP, NDC popularity – Akufo-Addo

    Posted July 6, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

            The 2016 flag bearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Akufo-Addo, has stated that the outcome of the July 7 Talensi by-election will determine the popularity of the two major political parties in Ghana. According to him, the NPP is ready to come back to power i...

  • Achimota Hospital records seven cholera cases

    Posted July 3, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    Achimota Hospital has confirmed seven cholera cases from January to June, this year without fatalities. Out of 17 suspected cases reported at the hospital only seven were confirmed through a rapid diagnostic test. Mr Michael Alexander Garr, Disease Control Officer at the hospital told Ghana News A...

  • Adding images to your Nwanwani.com Blogs

    Posted July 3, 2015 by Admin .

    STEP 1: Click on "Upload" Buttom and you will see "Upload image". From here, just click on "Browse" to select image from your computer or mobile device. STEP 2: After your click browse make sure to look for the image you want from your device or computer. When uploading you will see image b...

  • BULK SMS

    Posted July 2, 2015 by Kofi Anim

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  • Prisons could start rejecting convicted persons – Council

    Posted June 30, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    Chairman of the Prisons Council Pastor Stephen Wengam has raised concerns that the various prisons are likely to start rejecting convicted persons because the facilities are almost full. This situation, he said, if not checked, could adversely affect Ghana’s reformation and rehabilitation sys...

  • Work on Legon Teaching hospital progresses

    Posted June 30, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    Source: daily Graphic Ghana - Work on the $217-million University of Ghana Teaching Hospital (UGTH) is 65 per cent complete, with the facility expected to commence operations in January 2016, project managers have indicated. The 617-bed facility is expected to provide cutting-edge medical training ...

  • Stan Dogbe: Mahama can’t sack CHRAJ boss

    Posted June 29, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    A Presidential Staffer, Stan Dogbe, has stated categorically that President John Mahama has no power to dismiss the CHRAJ boss Lauretta Vivian Lamptey, in spite of the numerous reports of financial misappropriation against her. Financial Analyst Sydney Casely-Hayford and Franklin Cudjoe, Founder of...

  • Woman beheaded at Sukrong-Bethlehem

    Posted June 29, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    The hitherto peaceful environment of Sukrong-Bethlehem, a predominantly farming community in the Upper West Akyem District in the Eastern Region, was disturbed yesterday following the murder of a 63-year-old woman on her farm.   Madam Cecilia Agbah was allegedly murdered and her head severed ...

  • Ghanaian Prophet claims he has Ebola cure

    Posted June 29, 2015 by Pascal Adomako

    AFounder of Accra-based Jerusalem Pentecostal Church, Bishop Prophet Laud Sowatey Lomotey, says he has a cure for the deadly Ebola virus. The doubly-titled man claims God has revealed to him how the disease can be treated, although he won’t say what the cure is. He told Joy News’ Repor...

  • Condom color To detect STI

    Posted June 24, 2015 by Kofi Adomah Nwanwani

    A group of teenagers from London just invented a condom that glows when it detects an STI. The S.T.EYE condom is the brainchild of students Muaz Nawaz (13), Daanyaal Ali (14), and Chirag Shah (14), from London’s Isaac Newton Academy. They came up with the idea, which won top prize at the TeenTech ...

  • THE SCHOOL CALLED,LOVE!

    Posted June 23, 2015 by Rachel Engmann

    To me,LOVE is a school or humble institution.Why??Because,we get to go through both physical,spiritual n emotional training.Using myself as a case study,ever since i got2 the age to understand the meaning of love,i've really matured and grown stronger!Love is patient,kind,forgiving,natural,uncon...

  • THE CORNER STONE!

    Posted June 22, 2015 by Rachel Engmann

    As i lay on my bed deep in my thoughts,it dawned on me the reality in that adage that,"the stone the builders rejected shall turn into the corner stone".As a young lady with hopes n aspirations not knowing where to start from or how far life would take me,i jx kept going with the Lord as my Shepherd...

  • Headmaster buys sanitary pads for school girls.

    Posted June 20, 2015 by Kofi Adomah Nwanwani

    Headmaster buys sanitary pads for school girls. The Headmaster of Demonstration School for the Deaf, Basty Solomon Kwashie, has revealed that it is now common practice for him to supply girls in the school with sanitary pads monthly to prevent absenteeism. Mr. Kwashie said the practice is grad...

  • I'M NOT WHERE I WANT TO BE

    Posted June 20, 2015 by Rachel Engmann

    Since i turned from adolescence to adulthood,i've observed life very critically.The huge responsibilities as an adult makes me startle at times but then,i just keep my head up n take it 1day at a time.I believe in giving chances for people2 prove their worth.I am not where i want to be.Uno why?cs,i ...

  • The Former Telensi MP, Robert Nachinab Doameng Mosore appears i

    Posted June 19, 2015 by Kofi Adomah Nwanwani

    The Former Telensi MP, Robert Nachinab Doameng Mosore now known by the stool name Tongoranaa Kubilsong Nalebetan today appeared in parliament in full regalia. According to him his main objective as a chief is to bring development to his people. He called on parliament to be fast in enacting the ...

  • BECE leakage: 4 teachers arrested in A/R

    Posted June 19, 2015 by Kofi Adomah Nwanwani

    BECE leakage: 4 teachers arrested in A/R   Four teachers have been arrested in the Ashanti region for allegedly printing copies of yet-to-be written papers in the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination. The four are Emmanuel Opoku, 29 , Kwadwo Boateng 25, Kwadwo Danso, 34, and Boaten...

  • Pregnant woman kidnapped, forced into delivery

    Posted June 19, 2015 by Kofi Adomah Nwanwani

    Pregnant woman kidnapped, forced into delivery A Tema-based pregnant woman was on Thursday kidnapped and made to deliver her baby under duress. Rukaya Zakaria, who lives in the Kpone Katamanso community in the Greater Accra region, is reported to have been returned to her home by the kidnappers aft...

  • PRESS RELEASE DISTRICT ASSEMBLY AND UNIT COM

    Posted June 19, 2015 by Kofi Adomah Nwanwani

    ELECTORAL COMMISSION P. O. BOX M 214 ACCRA. ​​​​​​​​ 19TH JUNE, 2015. ...

  • Prosecuting Women Who Say God’s Name During Intercourse”-John H

    Posted June 19, 2015 by Kofi Adomah Nwanwani

    “Prosecuting Women Who Say God’s Name During Intercourse”-John Hagee “One of the things that the Bible has consistently denounced is the taking of the Lord’s name in vain. In fact, one of the Ten Commandments in the Old Testament states: “You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain,...

  • GIVE THANKS

    Posted June 19, 2015 by Kofi Adomah Nwanwani

    SEE THE MIRACULOUS WHEN YOU GIVE THANKS Jesus lived a life of thanksgiving. He always thanked His Father for what He had and for always hearing Him when He prayed. That was how He released miracles in His life. In the story of the feeding of the five thousand (John 6:1–13), Jesus’ attitude was...

  • Obaapa Christy Has Stopped The Gossipers - Hyebre Sesafo

    Posted June 19, 2015 by Admin .

    The Ghanaian Gospel iconic, Christiana love has undergone a metamorphosis to Obaapa Christy with a new album, that is explosive and contentious, controversial, disputable and debatable becausehere new album "Hyebre Sesafo" is really a "metamorphosis" and inflammable, to take you to another realms of...

  • My virginity

    Posted June 19, 2015 by Kofi Adomah Nwanwani

    It was a sad but interesting day. I was fasting for a breakthrough till it broke. More soon

  • ‘Wontumi’ Begins Flooding Ghana With Posters Of Nana Akufo Addo

    Posted April 5, 2015 by Admin .

    One person who has been consistent and never grown weary of ensuring Nana Akufo Addo’s presidential ambition comes to pass in 2016 is Mr. Bernard Antwi-Boasiako.He has begun an operation to flood the entire nation with posters of Nana Akufo Addo and Dr. Bawumia as we prepare for presidential e...