Trump impeached for ‘inciting’ US Capitol riot

Trump impeached for ‘inciting’ US Capitol riot

The US House of Representatives has impeached President Donald Trump for “incitement of insurrection” at last week’s Capitol riot. Ten Republicans sided with Democrats to impeach the president by 232-197. But his trial in the Senate will not happen until after Joe Biden, a Democrat, is inaugurated as the new US president next week. Mr Trump, a Republican, is the first president in US history to be impeached twice. The Democratic-controlled House voted on Wednesday after two hours of impassioned debate as armed National Guard troops kept watch inside and…

President Trump blocked on Facebook and Instagram until transition is over

President Trump blocked on Facebook and Instagram until transition is over

The block of President Trump’s accounts on Facebook and instagram follows his supporters storming the US Capitol to protest, when Congress sat to affirm the president-elect of the united states of America. Facebook and Instagram took the decision following a video President Trump uploaded on his facebook page  asking the protesters to go home, yet continue to make false claims the election was rigged in favour of President-elect Joe Biden. The announcement concerning his accounts blocked, was made by CEO of facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, on facebook. He wrote; The shocking…

WhatsApp to stop working on millions of phones after January 2021

WhatsApp to stop working on millions of phones after January 2021

A new WhatsApp update will prevent the popular messaging app from working on millions of phones from 1 January 2021. Older Android and iPhone devices will no longer support the latest version of the app, forcing owners to either update their mobile operating system or buy a new smartphone.Any iPhone not running iOS 9 or newer, or any phone not running at least Android 4.0.3 – also known as Ice Cream Sandwich – will no longer be able to open or operate the Facebook-owned app. This means all iPhone models…

Covid-19: England, Scotland begin new lockdowns as cases rise

Covid-19: England, Scotland begin new lockdowns as cases rise

People in all of England and most of Scotland must now stay at home except for a handful of permitted reasons, as new lockdowns begin in both nations. Schools have closed to most pupils in England, Scotland and Wales, while Northern Ireland will have an “extended period of remote learning”. England’s rules are due to last until at least mid-February; Scotland’s will be reviewed at the end of January. PM Boris Johnson warned the coming weeks would be the “hardest yet”. It comes after the UK reported a record 58,784…

Nigeria has more pressing issues than Davido and Burna Boy – Yul Edochie

Nigeria has more pressing issues than Davido and Burna Boy – Yul Edochie

Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, has come down hard on Davido, Burna Boy and their fans. In an early Wednesday morning tweet, the son of Pete Edochie, a Nollywood legend, wonders if the two musicians or their fans would be ready to govern Nigeria, if given the opportunity to. ‘’This is the time to tackle the menacing issue of child molestation in our country. This is what we all should be tweeting about, not Davido & Burna boy fighting in Ghana. Na so una go take lead Nigeria if handed over…

Partey may struggle to adapt to physicality of Premier League–George Boateng

Partey may struggle to adapt to physicality of Premier League–George Boateng

Aston Villa U-23 coach, George Boateng, says adapting to the physicality of the Premier League maybe Thomas Partey’s big issue at Arsenal, as games come thick and fast. The 27-year-old central midfielder joined Arsenal from Spanish La Liga side, Atletico Madrid, where he states games are not as tough as in the Premier League.  The Ghana-born former Dutch international has hailed the exceptional abilities of the Black Stars deputy captain and believes he’d lead the Gunners to many victories. “He’s a good ball-winner, and I like his structure. He understands…

I’ll Refuse To Leave The White House On Inauguration Day – Says Donald Trump

I’ll Refuse To Leave The White House On Inauguration Day – Says Donald Trump

President Donald Trump has told advisers that he will refuse to leave the White House on Inauguration Day and has been throwing a massive ‘temper tantrum’ following his election loss, according to a new report.  It’s been six weeks since Trump lost the election and this week the Electoral College confirmed Joe Biden was the victor in the contentious presidential race.  Trump has pursued a slew of lawsuits to overturn the election result and has gone on Twitter rants claiming voter fraud in a bid to stay in office. Read Full Story source: daily mail uk

Kennedy Agyapong On Why He’s Glad Donald Trump Lost The US Election(+Video)

Kennedy Agyapong On Why He’s Glad Donald Trump Lost The US Election(+Video)

Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong says President Donald Trump lost the election because he ‘joked’ with COVID-19. President Trump lost the recently held election in the United States of America (USA) to Joe Biden.  Even though he (Trump) has refused to accept the results, citing fraud, Joe Biden is set to be sworn in as the 46th President of the USA. Speaking to this on Kumasi-based Hello FM, Ken Agyapong said he was praying for Trump to lose because he “has reduced America to the lowest…

President Trump returns to golf outing for second straight day

President Trump returns to golf outing for second straight day

President Trump again hit the links Sunday, teeing off in Virginia for a second straight day while the world waited to see if he would concede the election to Democratic challenger Joe Biden. Trump was photographed golfing at the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, dressed in dark hues save a white baseball cap. The president was also partaking in his favorite pastime on Saturday when major media outlets called Pennsylvania for Biden, giving the former vice president enough electoral votes to win the White House. As Trump returned to the White House later…

Trump declares himself winner of the US elections

Trump declares himself winner of the US elections

President Donald Trump has declared himself winner of the United States of America presidential elections. Though counting is still going on most battle ground states, Trump in a statement said he has won the elections and counting should stop. The Republican nominee also threatened to head to the Supreme Court to challenge the counting of mail-in ballots and absentee ballots in battleground states like Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Current projections by CNN has the Democratic nominee Joe Biden with 220 electoral college votes to Trumps 213 electoral college votes. The winning candidate…