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Kasoa: More Police Officers Deployed To Combat Robbers

Written by | October 4, 2017 | 0
The Central Regional Police command has deployed about forty officers to one of Ghana’s busiest and fastest growing towns, Kasoa, to complement the fight against the high crime rate in the area. In recent times, residents of Kasoa and its environs have complained about the frequent robbery attacks and called for increased protection from the police. Speaking to journalists at the launch of ‘Operation Hit Hard’ as part of efforts to foil the attempts of armed robbers, the Central Regional Police commander, COP Rev Neenyi David Ampah Banin, assured residents of Kasoa that their safety is guaranteed. “The Regional Police Command has noticed with concern the increasing crime rate in Kasoa and its environs and would like to assure residents and all stakeholders that measures are

These Lessons Will Make Your Life Better As A Single Mother

Written by | October 4, 2017 | 0
Erica Wyatt is a single mother of four children and knows at firsthand that raising your children alone is one of the most difficult challenges that you will ever face in life. She shares 4 lessons on familyshare.com, to help other single mothers. You are never alone. All too often the enemy comes to bring discouragement by telling you that no one understands your struggles and you are all alone in your quest to raise successful children. The word of God lets you know that God is ALWAYS with you. No matter what challenges you face or how hard things get in your life, always remember that God is walking right beside you. Deuteronomy 31:6 – Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.” 2.

Mahatma Otoo Gets Favorite Number 18 Shirt At Balikesirspor

Written by | September 7, 2017 | 0
Ghanaian international Don Mahatma Otoo has joined Turkish Side Balikesirspor On 2 Year Deal. As usual he will be wearing his favorite number 18 jersey Otoo has promised to lift the club and also try his best to rejoin the Black Stars of Ghana. The former Accra Hearts of Oak star was one time top scorer of the Ghana League and won the SWAG Goal King and Best Player. His fans in Mamprobi, Dansoman, Chorkor and James Town wish him all the best.

Ghana Successfully Kickstarts Paperless Port Transactions

Written by | September 3, 2017 | 0
Background In May 2017, the Vice President, Dr.MahamuduBawumia gave three directives at a port efficiency conference he organised to improve trade in the country. The directives included the removal of all customs barriers on the country’s transit corridor, a joint inspection by all regulatory agencies at the ports and a hundred percent paperless transactions at the ports. “Effective 1st September the ports of Ghana are going 100 percent paperless. Customs take notice GPHA take notice” The Vice President pronounced. He followed up with an official road map of the paperless process flow to guide the operators and agencies in the port clearance chain. Ahead of the implementation of the directives, the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, GCNet, West Blue Consulting, customs division of

I love expensive fashion – Zynnel Zuh

Written by | August 25, 2017 | 0
Beautiful actress and celebrated fashion star, Zynnell Zuh, has said she does not compromise on quality when it comes to choosing a fashion style. Speaking in an exclusive interview with News One on Tuesday about winning Ghana’s most stylish movie star of the year at the 2017 Glitz Style Awards, she said her style doesn’t come cheap. She always goes for expensive fashion, and that justifies her winning at the style award. “Yes, a bit expensive. I love quality and quality doesn’t come cheap,” Zynnell added. The ‘slaying’ icon beat three other top movie personalities like Joselyn Dumas, Jackie Appiah and Elikem Kumordzie to emerge Ghana’s most stylish movie star of the year at the award ceremony, which was held at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra on Saturday evening. She

Is Today’s Solar Eclipse End-of-Days Sign Described in Joel? You May Be Surprised

Written by | August 23, 2017 | 0
“The heavens declare the glory of Hashem, the sky proclaims His handiwork.” Psalms 19:1 (The Israel Bible™)   Illustrative: a total solar eclipse. (Shutterstock) A new approach to understanding Monday’s rare solar eclipse takes a historical look at the event, rejecting the usual “gloom-and-doom” atmosphere surrounding the eclipse and presenting it instead as a positive divine sign and cause for optimism. On Monday, a full solar eclipse will pass over the American continent from the northwest to the southeast. A truly rare event, it has been 99 years since a total solar eclipse has passed over the entire length and breadth of the continental United States, sparking excitement and speculation about the event’s spiritual purpose. A mystical book written 130 years ago in

Government Urged To Promote Tourism

Written by | August 22, 2017 | 0
THE PARAMOUNT Chief of the Kwamankese Traditional Area in the Central Region, Nana Idan Andoh X, has called on the government to ensure an aggressive promotion of cultural tourism to bring in more revenue to support the economy. According to him, there are so many benefits in the tourism industry which can generate more revenue for the country if the government takes a serious looking at them. He mentioned that there are so many tourist attraction sites in the Central Region, but people do not visit those places regularly because of the challenges they encounter when visiting those sites. Nana Idan Andoh X, therefore, appealed to the government to put in effective measures in place that would promote and develop the tourism industry in the country. The chief stated that though some investments

Anita Afriyie Begins Six Months Tour In USA

Written by | August 22, 2017 | 0
Gospel musician Anita Afriyie is on six months tour in the United States of America. The gospel diva who arrived at United state yesterday thrilled fans with her inspirational and spirit-filled songs in several states including the Rhode Island. Among the states she will be performing this week are Virginia, where she will be hosted by Bishop Adonteng Boateng of the Divine Word Ministries, Miami, New-York, Los-Angeles and other States where she has huge Ghanaian and diaspora fans. Whilst in the States, Rev Anita Afriyie is expected to also visit most Ghanaian community churches and share the gospel of Christ through music. In an interview with Ghanacreativearts.com, she acknowledged the warm reception she has enjoyed so far and how people are so familiar with the lyrics of her songs.

Sunyani to get two factories under one-district, one-factory project – MCE

Written by | August 22, 2017 | 0
Sunyani, the Brong Ahafo Regional capital, is likely to have two different factories under the government’s One-District, One-Factory policy, which is expected to be the main driver of the government’s industrialization programme meant to expand the economy and provide millions of jobs to Ghanaians. According to the Sunyani Municipal Chief Executive, Evelyn Ama Kusi-Richardson, following extensive stakeholder consultations with chiefs, opinion leaders, religious leaders and a cross-section of the people of the area, there could be a factory that would be dedicated to the processing of vegetables into powder for both domestic and industrial purposes as well as for export; and another factory that would process maize and possibly other cereals. Speaking at a Town Hall Meeting held at the

Afari Gyan bought Nissan Van for GH₵2.6k – AG report

Written by | August 19, 2017 | 0
The former Chairman of the Electoral Commission, Dr. Afari Gyan bought a Nissan Mini Van 2008 model for a meagre Ghc2, 676, the 2015 Auditor General’s report has revealed. The former Chair bought the vehicle after an auction on several vehicles were carried out at the election management body. The report also revealed that a Nissan Hardbody was also auctioned for only Ghc440. These revelations were made known when the members of the Electoral Commission, led by its Chairperson Charlotte Osei appeared before Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee. The vehicles according to Mrs. Osei were valued by the State Transport Corporation (STC) in 2013. The EC was also indicted in the report for its failure to account properly for cars disposed of and payment of GhC 18,785.10 without adequate supporting