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Two Professors Honoured For Their Contributions To Agriculture

Written by | December 11, 2018 | 0
Former Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast Professor Domwin Dabire Kuupole and a Clinical Microbiologist and a Lecturer at the University for Development Studies, Professor Juventus Benongle Ziem, have been honored by the Nandom District Assembly and the Nandom District Directorate of Agriculture, for their immense contribution to Agriculture in the Nandom District of the Upper West Region on the occasion of the 34th Farmers Day Celebration. They were both presented with a goods carrier tricycle each, Knapsack sprayers and other assorted farming implements. The two Fellows in academia have defied the erroneous impression that farming is the prerogative of illiterates and rural dwellers, by venturing into Commercial Farming in the Nandom District of the Upper West Region. Professor

CCC Pastor Advises Ghanaians To Have Faith, But Work Hard

Written by | December 11, 2018 | 0
Senior Pastor of the Calvary Charismatic Center, Atasomanso branch Pastor Sammy Aduama has challenged Ghanaians to add serious prayers to hard work in order to sail through the difficult times they find themselves in. According to Pastor Aduama, it is in difficult times that prayer of faith is needed for God to intervene and compliment the efforts of believers with miraculous breakthroughs. Speaking to this reporter to herald the church’s upcoming five day Revival, the CCC pastor noted that ‘this is the time we need to reignite our faith and hope against hopes as we put our hands to work, only then, will God intervene in our difficult situations’. The Revival begins from December 10 to 17th, 2018 under the theme ‘Daring Faith for Greater Works’. This is the first time in 2018, that

United Nations Secretary-General Appoints Hanna Serwaa Tetteh of Ghana as Special Representative to the African Union and Head of the United Nations Office to the African Union

Written by | December 11, 2018 | 0
Hanna Serwaa Tetteh United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres today announced the appointment of Hanna Serwaa Tetteh of Ghana as his Special Representative to the African Union and Head of the United Nations Office to the African Union (UNOAU). She succeeds Sahle-Work Zewde of Ethiopia to whom the Secretary-General reiterates his deep gratitude and appreciation for her dedicated service to the Organization. Ms. Tetteh brings to this position decades of progressively responsible experience at the national, regional and international levels, including well-honed skills in building consensus among stakeholders and knowledge of the Organization, in order to strengthen the partnership between the United Nations and the African Union in the area of peace and security. Currently the Director-General

Brong Ahafo: African Bicycle Contribution Foundation Distributes Its 340th Free Bamboo Bicycle

Written by | December 7, 2018 | 0
DORMAA AHENKRO, Ghana, Dec. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/Knowledge Bylanes — The U.S.-based African Bicycle Contribution Foundation (ABCF) recently distributed an additional 50 free bamboo bicycles, to under-resourced students in rural Ghana. This time, in its 11th distribution event, the Foundation contributed bicycles in the Dormaa District, Brong Ahafo Region, in Southwest Ghana. The Dormaa District distribution actually marks the second ABCF distribution in Brong Ahafo and brings the total number of bicycles contributed by the Foundation to 340. The Foundation’s fifth bicycle distribution event took place on July 26, 2017, in Amasu, in the same Brong Ahafo Region. According to Bernice Dapaah, the founder and CEO of the company, in Kumasi, Ghana, that manufactures the EcoRide bamboo

New Regions Gets GHc20m Each

Written by | December 1, 2018 | 0
Each of the six yet-to-be created regions will receive an amount of GHc20 million as seed capital if they sail through successfully in the upcoming referendum slated for December 27, 2018, Minister for Regional Reorganization and Development, Dan Botwe has said. According to him, the amount is to enable them put in place critical infrastructure for a smooth takeoff. “In anticipation, the 2019 budget and economic policy has allocated GHc20 million as seed capital per the new regions for the provision of critical infrastructure to enable the new regions to take off. So if they succeed, they have that one to start setting up and taking over their region,” Dan Botwe said at a press conference on Thursday. Government is seeking to create six additional regions namely; Western North, Oti, Bono

Dodowa Land-Guards Arrested

Written by | December 1, 2018 | 0
Seven persons (7) have been arrested by the Dodowa Divisional Police Command following a clash between land-guard and land-owner factions in the Shai Osudoku district. “As a result of that attack, some sustained injuries on their head and were bleeding profusely,” the Dodowa Divisional police Crime officer, Superintendent Reuben Dugah, told Citi News. This was in line with the account of Medical Superintendent of the Shai Osudoku Hospital, Dr. Ken Brightson, who first confirmed the eruption of violence on te premises of the facility to Citi News. The fight is reported to have been caused by a misunderstanding over some parcels of land located at Wodokum in Dodowa. Wounded persons from the clash were first transported to the Shai Osudoku Hospital for treatment. While medical professionals

Prime Minister Of St. Vincent And The Grenadines Donates Books To George Padmore Research Library

Written by | December 1, 2018 | 0
The Prime minister, Hon. Ralph Gonsalves, interacting with readers (Medical students) at the Padmore library The Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines, Dr Ralph Gonsalves, together with a five-member delegation has paid a visit to George Padmore Research Library on African Affairs, a division of Ghana Library Authority as part of a five-day state visit in Ghana. Deputy Resident Librarian of the George Padmore Library, Simon Teye received the delegation and briefed them on the history and essence of the Library as a research hub in the country. The delegation, which included the wife of the Prime Minister, was taken through the various departments of the Library and introduced to some rare collection of the great Pan Africanist, who the library is named after. The Prime Minister

Russia President, Vladimir Putin Says: Africa Is A Cemetery For Africans

Written by | November 23, 2018 | 0
President Vladimir Putin has called for politicians, high-ranking figures and their loved ones to return home to the “Motherland”. Photo: Getty   “When an African becomes rich, his bank accounts are in Switzerland. He travels to France for Medical treatment. He invests in Germany. He buys from Dubai. He consumes Chinese. He prays in Rome or Mecca. His children study in Europe. He travels to Canada, USA, Europe for tourism. If he die, he will be buried in his native country of Africa.

New Music: Sharon Stone – “ODI ME Ruff” (Prod. Tyga Beatz)

Written by | November 15, 2018 | 0
Rising Afrobeats singer Sharon Stone (Belgium) Base is finally out with her latest single, titled “ODI ME Ruff”.Produced by Tyga Beatz.. Enjoy the full song released under Sharon Records label listen & share your views with us.  

Farmer Threatens Ex-Lover

Written by | October 12, 2018 | 0
A District Magistrate Court in Enchi has remanded into police custody, a 34 year-old farmer for allegedly threatening to kill his ex-lover on four separate occasions. Kwaw Kwadu pleaded not guilty to causing unlawful damage and threat of death. Detective Sergeant, Joseph Kwadwo Agyare, told the Court, presided over by Mr Eric Baah Boateng that the complainant, in the case Regina Abeka is a farmer and ex-lover of the accused. He said a month ago, the accused who resided in the same house with the complainant at Kwahu, near Enchi, proposed love to her and she accepted but that a week later, the complainant’s mother saw the two and advised her daughter to quit as they were relatives. The prosecutor said Regina broke the news to the accused, who became offended and threatened severally to