1 dead as ‘deadly’ gas explosion shakes Accra

At least one person has been confirmed dead with scores injured after a huge gas explosion from a filling station at Madina in Accra. Buildings shook after the blasts sent a giant fireball into the sky, forcing residents to flee for safety. Greater Accra Regional Police PRO, Afia Tenge reportedly told AFP “My whole building […]

Why NPP’s Northern Dev’t Authority is another SADA

The attempt by the government to replace the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) with the Northern Development Authority has more to do with politics than content. The NDA will not do anything extraordinary that a restructured SADA can’t deliver. The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) is seeking to glorify itself with the changes than looking […]

Don’t squeeze women’s breast like mangoes – Breast Care boss

The President of Breast Care International has entreated men to desist from acts that predispose the breasts of their women to danger. Dr Beatrice Wiafe-Addai said the way men squeeze the breast of women during sexual intercourse like mango or orange is harmful. She told Francis Abban on Starr FM Thursday, the breast is a […]

Azuma Nelson receives WBC Champion Award

Greatest African boxer of all time, Azumah Nelson has been presented with a WBC CHAMPION AWARD at the 55th Convention of the World Boxing Council (WBC). The ceremony was held last night Convention in Baku, Azerbaijan. Others honoured included Evander Holyfield, Bernard Hopkins and Kostya Tszyu. Azumah Nelson is a Ghanaian former professional boxer who […]

Akufo-Addo Tracker: How committed is NPP gov’t to passing RTI bill?

Ghana will not be able to pass the Right to Information Bill (RTI) if the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) does not do it. But at the moment it has not shown much commitment to passing it, despite the glamorous promise in its 2016 manifesto. The past regime made it clear it was not committed […]

It’s not leaked A-Plus, ACP Danquah convo, it is the CID cover up

Last year after the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) absolved then President John Mahama of any wrongdoing in the Ford Expedition saga, many people concluded the report had been massaged. Political critics were clear in their minds the anti-graft agency had been compromised into ruling in favour of Mahama because it was […]