Parts of Ghana shaken by earth tremor

Parts of Ghana shaken by earth tremor

Parts of Ghana have been hit by an earth tremor. This occurred a few minutes to 11:00 pm on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. Citi News understands that the tremor was recorded in parts of the Greater Accra, Central and Eastern Region. Some of the affected areas include Dansoman, Lapaz, Achimota, Gbawe, Weija, Madina, Nsawam, Koforidua, Swedru among others. Some Ghanaians in the affected areas took to social media to announce their experiences: source: citinewsroom.com

Medikal ignores Kennedy Agyapong’s advice, loses GHC20,000 on bet

Medikal ignores Kennedy Agyapong’s advice, loses GHC20,000 on bet

Despite the lengthy advice Medikal received from Kennedy Agyapong a week ago, he still placed GHC20,000 on the bet and lost. On June 13, the Assin Central MP hanged out with the hip-hop musician on the radio a week ago where he advised him to invest his money in real estate and stop spending on flashy lifestyles. The “Omo Ada” hitmaker, however, went contrary to the business mogul’s expert advice by placing a chunk of dough on a FIFA game and went on Twitter to cry for losing. “Lost ghc20,000 Fifa bet today,” Medikal revealed in…

5 ways to be romantic in a long distance relationship

5 ways to be romantic in a long distance relationship

If you really intend to make your long-distance work like magic, you can’t afford to not take these rules seriously. Being in a long-distance relationship could indeed be trying and difficult. There will be days when you’ll long to just be with your significant other, and nights when even video calls will not be enough to fill the void of their absence. Regardless of this though, you can still make the best of your relationship or marriage in your partner’s absence and the list below is just custom-made for you…

Two Ghanaian coaches to participate in FIFA coach educators’ online course

Two Ghanaian coaches to participate in FIFA coach educators’ online course

National U20 (female) Head Coach, Yusif Basigi, and Assistant Coach of the Black Satellites, Evans Augustine Adotey, will be participating in a FIFA Coach Educators’ Individual Mentoring programme. The two coaches participated in the FIFA Coach Educators’ Course (CEC) programme in 2018 and 2019 in collaboration with CAF. As part of internal capacity-building for member associations and the continuous professional development for the coach educators globally, FIFA is implementing the 2020 edition of the programme. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the current global situation where football activities are…

Louis Saha advises Thomas Partey to join Manchester United

Louis Saha advises Thomas Partey to join Manchester United

Former Manchester United legend Louis Saha has urged Ghana and Atlético Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey to join the club in the summer. The 26-year-old is enjoying his best season in LaLiga with Atletico Madrid and with his release clause set at just €50million (£43.5m), it is no surprise he is on the radar of several clubs. Partey, who has three years left on his contract has made 28 league appearances and scored two this campaign. “He’s a top player. He’s a defensive presence and a tremendous prospect. Whether he can…

Nana Aba removes fake DVLA number plate on her gifted Range Rover

Nana Aba removes fake DVLA number plate on her gifted Range Rover

Nana Aba Anamoah has been under severe criticism ever since DVLA stated that a GR 20-20 number plate on a Range Rover she received as a gift is fake. In a follow up to that story, a video has popped up online which shows that the celebrated Ghanaian broadcaster has removed the said number plate from the Range Rover before hitting the road with it. According to reports, the video, in which Nana Aba wore a white dress and could be seen stepping out from the passenger side of the car,…

“Isn’t it amazing they’re OK holding primaries, sharing NIA cards but acting as if churches’re covid-19 distribution centres?

“Isn’t it amazing they’re OK holding primaries, sharing NIA cards but acting as if churches’re covid-19 distribution centres?

Bishop Charles Agyinasare has expressed amazement that political parties are allowed to hold primaries in this coronavirus era while Ghana cards are also being distributed by the National Identification Authority (NIA) but church services have been limited to 100 people for an hour under strict restrictions and guidelines. In one of his virtual sermons, the founder of Perez Chapel International said: “This morning, I was chatting with Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams. He said: ‘You see; this coronavirus, it’s not just normal. It is a satanic agenda to make sure that people…

We’re disappointed; court would’ve benefited from our amicus brief – Cudjoe

We’re disappointed; court would’ve benefited from our amicus brief – Cudjoe

The president of policy think tank IMANI Africa, Franklin Cudjoe, has expressed disappointment with the Supreme Court’s dismissal of an amicus brief filed by the group and three other think tanks through which they sought to join a consolidated case in which the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and a Ghanaian citizen, Mark Takyi Banson, are asking the apex court to prevent the Electoral Commission (EC) from prohibiting the existing voter ID card from being used as a breeder document for compiling a new register. According to the bench, the amicus…

Group condemns Mahama’s NDC not accepting any “flawed election” comment

Group condemns Mahama’s NDC not accepting any “flawed election” comment

A Civil Society Group, Mass Action Committee has condemned former President Mahama’s warning that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) will not accept the results of  any “flawed election” come the December 2020 polls. The former president, who is also the flagbearer of the party, was addressing a flag-raising ceremony at the NDC headquarters at Adabraka in Accra to mark the 28th anniversary of the formation of the party and said the NDC would do its part to ensure that the country remained peaceful and the electoral process proceeded smoothly but cautioned that the…

Supreme Court verdict on NDC v. EC case tomorrow

Supreme Court verdict on NDC v. EC case tomorrow

Ghana’s Supreme Court will, tomorrow, Thursday, 25 June 2020, give its verdict on a case before it about whether or not the Electoral Commission can go ahead to compile a new voter roll without using the existing voter ID card as a breeder document. The seven-member panel of justices, presided over by Chief Justice Anin Yeboah, set the date on Wednesday, 24 June 2020 after dismissing an amicus brief filed by four policy think tanks through which they sought to join a consolidated case in which the National Democratic Congress (NDC)…