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Reduce fuel prices to mitigate coronavirus impact – Otokunor to Akufo-Addo

The Deputy General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has expressed worry over what he believes is a wide discrepancy between the commitment of the president to reducing the impact of the novel coronavirus on Ghanaians and the feasibility of these pronouncements. While commending the government for the various impact mitigation interventions, Read More

Speaker Mike Oquaye recalls MPs from suspension

Speaker Mike Oquaye has recalled MPs to the House, three days after he suspended sitting indefinitely. In a communique to Members of Parliament, the Speaker invoked his rights under Order Six of the Standing Orders of Parliament. “I, Right Honourable Professor Aaron Michael Oquaye, Speaker of Parliament, do hereby direct that, the parliament of Ghana […]Read More

Transfer: Pogba chooses Real Madrid

Paul Pogba prefers a switch to Real Madrid over a stay at Manchester United or moving back to Juventus, AS reports. Pogba’s deal at Old Trafford runs through 2021. However, the Red Devils may be forced to sell the France midfielder this summer if he indicates he won’t sign a new contract. His agent Mino […]Read More

Xavi names only player greater than Ronaldinho

Barcelona legend, Xavi, has named the club’s captain, Lionel Messi as the only player in the world that is greater than Brazil legend, Ronaldinho. The Spaniard believes Messi has the edge over Ronaldinho because of his consistency. Xavi, who played alongside Ronaldinho at Barcelona, told Globo Esporte: “Ronaldinho is at the level of the best, […]Read More
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COVID-19: Menaye Donkor Muntari donates sanitary pads to needy women

The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sincerely Ghana Limited, producers and marketers of Sincerely Sanitary Pads, Mrs Menaye Donkor Muntari has presented 2000 pieces of ‘Sincerely by Menaye’ sanitary pads to needy women in the country. The donation was made through the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection at the weekend. […]Read More

COVID-19 cases in Ghana rise to 287

The total number of Coronavirus cases in Ghana has increased to 287. This means that 73 more cases have been added to the country’s case count as at 6th April 2020, 23:30. Total deaths and recovery remain at five and three respectively. The rise in the number of cases follows measures of enhanced contact tracing […]Read More