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Police urge calm over terror prophecy

The Ghana Police Service has asked the general public to remain calm in the wake of a terrorist attack prophecy by Prophet T.B. Joshua, the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations. The police issued a statement Monday afternoon assuring the public that the security agencies have jointly put adequate measures in place to forestall any terrorist attacks or ...

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Video: TB Joshua predicts ‘foreign attack’ on Ghana, Nigeria

TB Joshua

Popular Nigerian Prophet, JB Joshua, has asked members of his Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) to pray against planned ‘foreign attacks’ on Ghana and Nigeria. A 2:56s video culled from a live sermon on Sunday April 10 that aired on the Emmanuel TV channel shows the prophet urging thousands of his SCOAN congregants to begin sporadic prayers for the ...

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NDC damns research predicting a run-off victory for NPP

The ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) says it is unfazed by another research that has put the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) ahead of the umbrella family in the November 7 polls. Findings from a Senior Lecturer at the Statistics Department of the University of Ghana, Prof. Ezekiel Nii Noye Nortey, has revealed that none of the two political parties ...

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Govt’s next-term will advance socio-economic status – Mahama

President John Dramani Mahama has said Ghanaians should give him another term for his administration to implement a livelihood and income generating development programme to improve the socio-economic well-being of Ghanaians from 2017 to 2020. The President explained that: “No nation in the world could witness an accelerated development in the life of its populace without a conscious improvement in ...

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Dumsor likely to return in 2 weeks – Gov’t

The Ministry of Power has indicated that the country may fall back into another load shedding in the next two weeks. This news comes a few weeks after President John Mahama told Parliament in his state of the nation that his government had overcome the four-year old crisis following a fairly stable power supply since January. According to the Power ...

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Panama Papers exposé haunting Kufuor – NDC

Deputy General Secretary of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), George Lawson has described as inaccurate, account of former President Kufuor’s claim to have put up the Ho Polytechnic and Ho hospital as part of his achievements in the Volta region. According to him, President Kufuor goofed for saying he built the Ho Polytechnic while in actual fact the PNDC/NDC ...

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Over 100 school children on excursion involved in accident

Exhibition in Dansoman, Thursday. Scores of the children had cuts on their heads. They were on their way for an excursion to the Kasoa Mall when the brake of the bus they were travelling in for an excursion failed. “I was descending the hill when I lost control of the steering wheel. I didn’t want to go down the main ...

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Headmaster, 2 others arrested over WASSCE leakage

Three people including the Headmaster of Ascension Senior High School in the Ashanti region have been arrested over examination malpractices which have hit the country. The two others are a female Literature Teacher of the same school and a student. According to West African Examination Council (WAEC) officials, the trio attempted to sneak answers to candidates who were writing the ...

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I pity Kufuor – Asiedu Nketia

General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has lashed out at former President John Agyekum Kufuor over assertions that his government gave the Volta region more attention than the ruling party. President John Mahama recently accused the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) of doing nothing during the tenure of Kufuor, but the opposition has jabbed the president over his ...

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Unemployment tops list of concerns for Kumasi voters

Residents of Kumasi in the Ashanti region who participated in the Joy Ballot Box program voted massively for unemployment as the single most important issue to determine which of the political parties to vote for in 2016. According to the voters, their vote for a presidential candidate in the November 2016 polls will be dependent on the candidate who is ...

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We have created 400,000 jobs – Muntaka

Majority Chief Whip, Muntaka Mubarak says the National Democratic Congress administration led by President John Mahama has in the last six years created about 346,000 jobs and intends to create more when voted for in the November polls. He said the issue of unemployment is a global problem but the NDC government is working assiduously to ensure that the number ...

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Ghanaian-ISIS recruit faces prosecution

One of the several youth who announced their decision to join the terrorist group, Islamic State, is facing prosecution. Eliasu Alhassan was arrested upon his return to Ghana recently and has been detained by national security operatives. The national security has been on high alert after declaring that Ghana was vulnerable to terrorist attacks in the wake of attacks on ...

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Christians urged to beware of false doctrines

Apostle Peter Okoe Mankralo, the President of the Apostolic Church of Ghana, has bemoaned the increasing number of false doctrines in the country and entreated Christians to beware. A statement signed by Apostle Mankralo on Easter Monday, copied to the Ghana News Agency in Accra, said Christians were supposed to exhibit fellow-feeling for their neighbours and wondered if many were ...

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First Lady urges farmers to grow more for exports

Mrs Lordina Mahama, the First Lady, has urged farmers to cultivate more export crops to help increase their incomes and enhance national forex earnings. Addressing a durbar, at Sampa, a border town, in the Brong Ahafo Region, Mrs Mahama told the chiefs and people that earning more money from export crops would help to improve their living conditions. Describing Sampa ...

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