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Spiritualist Predicts Win for Akufo-Addo in November 2016 Elections

As the election campaign gathers momentum, people claiming to have spiritual powers – traditional priests, prophets and pastors, are refusing to sit on the...

60-Year-Old Woman Accused of Selling Roasted Human Flesh

A 60-year-old woman was nearly lynched at the Adabraka Market in Accra yesterday after she was accused of allegedly selling human flesh as meat. The...

Montie FM, Host, Panellists Face Supreme Court Today

Two political commentators who allegedly threatened the lives of justices of the superior court are expected to appear before the Supreme Court today to...

28 Suspected Armed Robbers Arrested in Accra

Twenty-eight suspected criminals have been arrested in three separate swoops in some parts of Accra. The suspects, aged 20 to 36, are believed to...

Rawlings Skips Konadu and Mahama to Endorse Akufo-Addo; Says He’s Not Corrupt

Former President Jerry John Rawlings has endorsed Nana Akufo-Addo’s posture of his incorruptible nature. According to him, it would be difficult for anybody to...

AU Launches All-Africa Passport Granting Visa-Free Access to All 54 Member States

As the European Union threatens to unravel in the wake of Britain's vote to leave, the African Union is pursuing a path of closer...

Concerned Women Protest Kennedy Agyapong’s Sexist Comments against EC

Accra, Ghana: On Tuesday, 12th July, 2016 over two thousand (2000) women in Accra will be marching in protest of Kennedy Agyapong’s derogatory and disrespectful...

Bin Laden’s Son Threatens Revenge for Father’s Assassination

The son of Usama bin Laden warned that Al Qaeda would take revenge against the U.S. for assassinating his father in 2011, according...

Government Will Complete KNUST Teaching Hospital – Mahama

President Mahama has assured that the government will step in to complete the construction of a teaching hospital for the Kwame Nkrumah University of...

Airport Union Workers on Strike, More Flights to Be Suspended

Unionized workers of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) have threatened to resume their strike if government fails to hand over the entire 640...