Covid-19: Underlying non-communicable diseases need strict attention – Dr. Da Costa

Covid-19: Underlying non-communicable diseases need strict attention – Dr. Da Costa

The Director of Health Promotion at the Ghana Health Service, Dr. Aboagye Da Costa has advised that persons with underlying Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) must be given serious and strict attention in this time of the COVID-19 pandemic. In its latest report, the Ghana Health Service announced six new deaths, raising the country’s Covid-19 death toll from 129 to 135. Three males and three females died in the latest report, two each from the Northern and Central regions, one from Oti and Western regions. Whilst one – a 44-year-old man from…

“Branding some Ghanaians as Togolese divisive, dangerous; it’ll explode in our faces one day”

“Branding some Ghanaians as Togolese divisive, dangerous; it’ll explode in our faces one day”

Bishop Charles Agyinasare has called our politicians, saying they must stop dividing the nation by branding a particular ethnic group as Togolese. “Our politics must stop dividing us. Politicians must stop polarising our country”, he condemned in his Sunday, 12 July 2020 sermon. “We used to be one country”, he observed, reminiscing: “In our boarding houses, we were bonded together: the Christian and the Muslim; the Ewe and Ashanti; the Ga and Dagbani or Frafra; the Dagaba and Nzema etc. We all stayed in one dormitory or hostel, so, we…

Verified: Agya Koo is NOT dead

Verified: Agya Koo is NOT dead

GhanaWeb can authoritatively report that news of Agya Koo’s demise which has been published by some portals and is in circulation is untrue. Agya Koo was reported to have died on Sunday, July 12, 2020, but checks by GhanaWeb revealed the actor is alive. In the era of fake news, GhanaWeb, after sighting the report, placed a call to the actor who subsequently answered and spoke to our reporter. It is not the first time a public figure has been reported dead without a verification.  In January 2011, Agya Koo…