Samini wins 2022 GIMPA SRC elections

Samini wins 2022 GIMPA SRC elections

Dancehall Artiste, Emmanuel Andrews Samini has been elected as the 2022/2023 President of the Students Representative Council (SRC) at GIMPA. The legendary Dancehall musician who is curently reading Business Administration at GIMPA polled 307 votes to win the election as against the 211 votes for his contender, Theophilus Quartey. Theophilus Quartey is a level 300 student of Finance who enrolled at GIMPA in 2019. Samini will now have Mabel Mensah as his Vice-president for GIMPA SRC. source: myjoyonline.com

Antoa should kill Wontumi, Maurice Ampaw… – Afia Schwarzenegger curses

Antoa should kill Wontumi, Maurice Ampaw… – Afia Schwarzenegger curses

Afia Schwarzenneger has laid curses on her alleged ex, Chairman Wontumi, and lawyer Maurice Ampaw for defaming her and labelling her as a liar. The video was posted on Afia Schwarzengger’s official Instagram account. According to her, the gods she mentioned should deal with Chairman Wontumi and Maurice Ampaw for lying against her persona. “Maurice Ampaw, maybe you didn’t ask about me. So go and ask your boss Chairman Wontumi. Chairman Wontumi says Afia is not a woman to have an affair with. Nana Antoa Nyimaa, Nana Abokyerewa, Nana Anyanta, as for…

Stonebwoy Pays Ghc 1,500 Tuition Fee For KNUST Final Year Student To Help Him Graduate From School.

Stonebwoy Pays Ghc 1,500 Tuition Fee For KNUST Final Year Student To Help Him Graduate From School.

Award-winning Ghanaian musician Stonebwoy donated 1,500 Ghc to KNUST final year students to help pay for the rest of the tuition. A student named Julius Mensah was about to lose his position as one of the KNUST graduates this year because he owes to school. Fortunately for him, the boss of the Berniton Music Group was just in time to save the situation and allow him to graduate too. Clearly, beyond the moon, Julius thanked him for sharing the information online and attaching a screenshot of the moment he received…

Apple announces buy now, pay later, among iOS 16 plans

Apple announces buy now, pay later, among iOS 16 plans

Apple is planning a buy now, pay later (BNPL) service as part of its new operating system, iOS 16. Apple Pay Later will allow users in the US to spread the cost of a purchase into four payments over six weeks, without paying interest or fees. It forms part of a range of new iPhone features, including the ability to edit iMessages and a feature intended to help people in abusive relationships. The features were unveiled at WWDC, the firm’s annual developers’ conference. BNPL services – which are currently unregulated…

Public sector workers can demand higher wages – Economist

Public sector workers can demand higher wages – Economist

Dr Patrick Asuming, a senior lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS), has justified the calls for higher wages by public sector workers. Public sector workers want an increase in salary by a margin not less than 19%, according to reports. The Economist stated that workers in the public sector have been worse off as their salaries have been crippled by the cost of living in the country. According to him, from January 2021 up to now, salaries of public sector workers have increased by 11% as against…

First son of Lighthouse Chapel’s Bishop Dag Heward-Mills dies

First son of Lighthouse Chapel’s Bishop Dag Heward-Mills dies

David Heward-Mills died aged 31 as a medical doctor in the US. He was a psychiatrist in Columbia, South Carolina and received his medical degree from Vinnica State Medical University Dr David Heward-Mills, the first son of the founder and presiding bishop of Lighthouse Group of Churches (UD-OLGC), formerly known as Lighthouse Chapel International (LCI), Bishop Dag Heward-Mills has died in the US, the church announced on Saturday. Heward-Mills died aged 31 as a medical doctor in the US. He was a psychiatrist in Columbia, South Carolina and received his medical degree from Vinnica State Medical…

Be smart, Stay in your lane – Shatta Wale to Black Sherif over comparison agenda?

Be smart, Stay in your lane – Shatta Wale to Black Sherif over comparison agenda?

Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale seems to caution Kwaku The Traveller hitmaker to focus on his game instead of people’s agenda to pitch them against each other. Shatta Wale advised Black Sherif not to be lured into the agenda people are pushing. In a video online, Shatta Wale pointed out the malicious intent of some people determined to diversify and torment artists. “Everything that they are doing to every artiste in Ghana has been noted down. But we’ve kept quiet. I didn’t come into music to compete with anybody. It is…

Businesses can’t cope; food inflation rising – Haruna Iddrisu tells Akufo-Addo

Businesses can’t cope; food inflation rising – Haruna Iddrisu tells Akufo-Addo

The Minority Leader in Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu has said the economy is not doing well under the watch of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. He said while speaking in Parliament on Tuesday April 5 that businesses are unable to cope with the harsh economic conditions. “Businesses cannot cope,” he said, adding that ” I see effort by the President to praise himself when he says he has constructed 10,000 km of roads. He simply could have said he put a flyover from Accra to Beijing that is 10,000 KM and probably we…

EOCO, Ghana Association of Bankers nab 4 in GH¢200,000 SIM swap fraud

EOCO, Ghana Association of Bankers nab 4 in GH¢200,000 SIM swap fraud

The Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) in collaboration with the Ghana Association of Banks, has arrested four (4) persons engaged in SIM swap fraud. Suspects, according to a representative of the Association of Banks, Mr. Ransford Nana Addo Jnr, were picked up at various locations in the country for colluding and illegally accessing the accounts of some Ghanaians from which they stole various amounts. It emerged that they managed to withdraw an amount of about GH¢200,000 in their modus operandi before their cover was blown and subsequently apprehended by…

GTA shuts down six ‘hotels’ in Kwahu ahead of Easter

GTA shuts down six ‘hotels’ in Kwahu ahead of Easter

The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) in the Eastern Region has closed down six hospitality facilities in the Kwahu enclave. The Eastern Regional Ghana Tourism Authority manager, Frederick Adjei-Rudolph, explained the exercise is part of its enforcement and monitoring exercise to ensure compliance to tourism regulations ahead of and during the 2022 Kwahu Easter Festival. “We do know that Easter celebrations at Kwahu is a peak period of hospitality operators to rake in, but we must also ensure value for money for tourists. About 27 facilities were earmarked under two categories: enforcement and…