By Kwaku Brakoku

News / Ghana News - 4 days ago

80-year-old mother, son burnt to death in Axim

Residents of Brewie in Axim in the Western region are in a state of shock after an 80-year-old woman and her son, 55, were killed in a fire outbreak. The two were burnt to death when the building in which they slept, caught fire in the early hours of Friday, July 21 between 1:30 – 2 am. According t...

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IGP appeals for logistical support from general public

The Inspector General of Police (IGP) has described as senseless, the recent killings of officers and has vowed to deal ruthlessly with all criminals in the country. David Asante Apeatu warned criminals to revise their notes, as the police will meet them squarely. Speaking at the passing out ceremo...

News / Ghana News - 5 days ago

PHOTOS: Krachi SHS old students build library for school

The old Students of Krachi Senior High School, Kete-Krachi, have built and furnished a library complex for the school. The Old students, who are known as Abrese, handed over the library, as well as books and furniture, to the school at a ceremony in Kete-Krachi over the weekend. Krachi Senior Hig...

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India musician plays guitar during brain surgery

An Indian musician played the guitar on the operating table to help doctors treat involuntary muscle spasms in his fingers. Abhishek Prasad was asked to play every time doctors "burnt" a circuit in his brain to treat what is commonly known as "musician's dystonia". The condition causes painful spas...

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'Planting for Food and Jobs' fertilizers being smuggled to Togo

File Photo. Fertilizers meant for distribution to farmers in the Volta Region as part of government's Planting for Food and Jobs programme, are being smuggled to the Republic of Togo. This was disclosed by the Volta Regional Minister, Dr. Archibald Yao Letsa, during the first Volta Regional Coordina...

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Front pages: Friday, July 21, 2017

Front pages: Friday, July 21, 2017 Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com Date: 21-07-2017 Time: 07:07:59:am Portrait of a guardian angel: How one man saved a boy’s life Latest Stories Bolt breaks 10 seconds for first time this season in Monaco win Chelsea confirm Alvaro Morata capture from Real...

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Peace Council calls for dialogue in Electoral Commission row

Rev. Prof Emmanuel Asante The National Peace Council is urging aggrieved staff of the Electoral Commission and the Commission’s Chair, Charlotte Osei, to commit their grievances to dialogue in order to quell further row. Chairman of the Council, Rev. Prof Emmanuel Asante, an escalation of the tensio...

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Ethiopian man is real-life hyena whisperer

Hyenas roam the streets of the ancient walled city of Harar in eastern Ethiopia every night, seeking scraps of meat to drag to the nearby caves. But residents are not afraid. A family chosen by the town to feed the animals is not daunted by the task despite the dangers that are associated with comi...

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GIS PTA hands over refurbished Pantang Ward to administrators

The Ghana International School (GIS) Parent Teacher Association (PTA) has refurbished and officially handed over the Women’s Ward 7 of the Pantang Psychiatric hospital to the administrators. The refurbishment is part of an annual ritual by the school to raise funds through donations by students, p...

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The world’s 14 most dangerous roads that take your breath away

Anyone who has ridden a roller coaster at least once knows the expression "to have your heart in your mouth." However, it’s unlikely this entertainment can be compared with highways built at an altitude of several kilometers over an abyss, in a lonely desert, above the water, or even below it. Bri...

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Impeachment petition against EC chair likely to fail- Lawyer

A private legal practitioner suspects the controversial petition seeking to impeach the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission may fail to see the light of day. According to Nii Kpako Addo the petition may suffer a capacity deficit and may be rejected by the Chief Justice whose responsibility it i...