Please forgive us, we need the ‘Morli Koko’ now – Fans to Hon. Aponkye

Please forgive us, we need the ‘Morli Koko’ now – Fans to Hon. Aponkye

Nana Adabor Ibrahim Issah Ampim, a barber by profession also fondly known as Honourable Aponkye has remained the favourite of most Ghanaians; as they beg him to fulfill his campaign promise now even though he lost the district assembly elections. During his campaign, Hon Aponkye outlines how he’ll fund free breakfast for constituents with popular ‘Morli Koko’ or maize porridge which he emphasized as a fundamental human right of the people enshrined in the constitution to be given breakfast every morning. Some Ghanaians are looking forward for such a social…

Bawumia Donates 3 Months Salary To Combat CoronaVirus

Bawumia Donates 3 Months Salary To Combat CoronaVirus

Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has donated his three months salary to the Covid-19 Fund established by President Akufo-Addo to help the vulnerable infected by the virus and also the frontline health officers who are combating the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in Ghana. The Vice President’s donation follows the gesture by President Akufo-Addo when he announced the Fund in his address to the nation last night. Dr. Bawumia announced his support through a Facebook post on his wall which read; “To support the kind gesture by the President of directing…

COVID-19 Alleviation Programme: GHS1bn for SMEs, households – Akufo-Addo

COVID-19 Alleviation Programme: GHS1bn for SMEs, households – Akufo-Addo

President Nana Akufo-Addo has instituted a Coronavirus Alleviation Programme intended to lessen the economic burden on businesses and households as the virus ravages on. In his fourth address to the nation on Friday night, through which he announced a partial shutdown of the Greater Accra and Greater Kumasi as part of measures to contain the spread of the disease which has killed four people out of the one hundred thirty-seven confirmed cases so far, the President said: “Fellow Ghanaians, we are in this together, and the government will stand by…

Covid19: Ghana confirms 141 cases now, with death toll rise to 5

Covid19: Ghana confirms 141 cases now, with death toll rise to 5

Ghana has recorded four more cases, making 141 confirmed cases in all. The figures include 5 deaths and 2 patients who have fully recovered. Ghana Health Service made this announcements via their website on their official update page today, Saturday, March 28, 2020. “As of 14:00 hours on the 28th March 2020, a total of 2,519 persons have been tested for COVID-19 in Ghana. Among the tested, 1,276 (50.7%) were persons under mandatory quarantine with 1,243 (49.3%) from routine surveillance activities. Among all 2,519 persons tested, one hundred and forty-one…

Social Media trolls Wendy Shay for “Covid2019” tweet as she mourns Obour’s Father

Social Media trolls Wendy Shay for “Covid2019” tweet as she mourns Obour’s Father

Wendy Shay has picked the number one trending spot on social media’s micro-blogging platform, Twitter, for mourning Obour’s father and Bullet’s uncle.  Her tweet drew massive traffic on social media, with hundreds of messages trolling her for hashtagging Covid19 as “Covid2019”. See Post: Even though it was just a hasgtag, twitter users did not pardon her for the mistake and continue to bash her. Reality checks suggest that Wendy Shay is never wrong; Covid2019 is even used by WHO in most of their posts. Source: ghMediaHub.com

Coronavirus cradle Wuhan partly reopens after lockdown

Coronavirus cradle Wuhan partly reopens after lockdown

The city in China where the coronavirus pandemic began, Wuhan, has partially re-opened after more than two months of isolation. Crowds of passengers were pictured arriving at Wuhan train station on Saturday. People are being allowed to enter but not leave, according to reports. Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province, saw more than 50,000 coronavirus cases. At least 3,000 people in Hubei died from the disease. But numbers have fallen dramatically, according to China’s figures. The state on Saturday reported 54 new cases emerging the previous day – which it…

Pascaline Edwards shares beautiful photos as she celebrates her 50th Birthday

Pascaline Edwards shares beautiful photos as she celebrates her 50th Birthday

Famous Ghanaian actress Pascaline Edward shared beautiful photos today as she celebrates her 50th birthday. Pascaline who is a known for her fitness advocacy and fashion designing shared beautiful photos of herself on social media and funs can’t keep quiet. With a thankful heart, she wrote on her timeline “It hasn’t been easy bt it’s been really worth it n beautiful. Grateful that I’m alive, healthy n strong. I hat more could I ask for. Happy 50th to meeee”. Her flawless beauty has got everyone talking; people still don’t believe…

Coronavirus: Kwadwo Asamoah sends message to affected victims

Coronavirus: Kwadwo Asamoah sends message to affected victims

Inter Milan’s Kwadwo Asamoah has shown his support for the people of Ghana affected by the coronavirus. The pandemic has affected more than half a million people globally. Ghana has recorded 136 cases and four deaths, the second highest in the West African subregion behind Burkina Faso. Asamoah’s base of Italy has been the most hit in Europe with more than 80,000 cases and 9,000 deaths. The 31-year-old had recently narrated the ordeal in Italy, calling it “worrying and “scary”. “All my support and love to the people affected by…

Pope Francis offers coronavirus prayer from a strikingly empty St. Peter’s Square(+Photo)

Pope Francis offers coronavirus prayer from a strikingly empty St. Peter’s Square(+Photo)

In yet another surreal sight to emerge from the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Pope Francis on Friday delivered a blessing from a strikingly deserted St. Peter’s Square. It was a rainy Friday in Vatican City as Pope Francis delivered his Urbi et Orbi blessing amid the coronavirus crisis, which has left more than 9,000 people dead in Italy. The prayer the pope offered is usually reserved for Christmas and Easter, The Washington Post notes. It was streamed online, and the Vatican referred to this as “An Extraordinary Prayer in the Time of Pandemic.” “Thick…

JUST SAD: MORE THAN 50 DOCTORS IN ITALY HAVE NOW DIED FROM CORONAVIRUS

JUST SAD: MORE THAN 50 DOCTORS IN ITALY HAVE NOW DIED FROM CORONAVIRUS

More than 50 doctors in Italy have reportedly died due to complications from coronavirus as the country continues to struggle with the massive impact caused by the pandemic. A total of 51 doctors who tested positive for COVID-19 have succumbed to the disease as of Friday, according to CNN, citing the Italian Association of Doctors. Filippo Anelli, president of the association, had recently called for doctors in the country to be provided with more personal protective equipment (PPE), noting that the possibly preventable deaths have taken a heavy toll on the profession.…