No school for me, I make more money selling “hausa koko” than some workers’ salary

Amina admits that she herself would have liked to have completed school but remains adamant that early marriage is not an entirely terrible thing and says she makes more money from “hausa koko” than some workers’ salary

Wontumi and other NPP officials tussle over a property in Kumasi

Chairman Wontumi claims he has 99 years lease deal with Ezekiel Owusu Afriyie and not his company which was sold as a result of a judgement debt over the property.

Forget Mo Salah, Jurgen Klopp is Liverpool’s real star

No matter how you see it, Liverpool deserve to be in the Champions League final and despite Mohammed Salah’s impressive form this season, Jurgen Klopp is Liverpool’s real hero

Nana Addo nominates Naa Torshie Lamptey as deputy Special Prosecutor.

President Nana Akufo-Addo has nominated lawyer Mavis Jane Cynthia Naa Torshie Lamptey to deputise for Martin Amidu as Special Prosecutor.

2 former GIS staff fraudulently paid 89,000 Ghana cedis

Two ex-employees of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) in Koforidua in the Eastern Region were wrongfully paid a total salary of GHS89,789.68 for three months.

Images from Bugri Naabu’s accident and hospital visit

Northern regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party Daniel Bugri Naabu was involved in an accident in the early hours of Thursday, here are images from the accident scene and of Bugri Naabu in the hospital.

We are living in dangerous times under Nana Akufo-Addo – Joshua Alabi

Professor Alabi, who is also the former Board Chairman of SSNIT said the recent spate of armed robberies under Nana Addo’s government has put fear in people.

Bugri Naabu involved in accident, flown to Accra for treatment

The outspoken Chairman of the NPP in the Northern Region, Bugri Naabu is said to have been involved in the crash on his to Tamale from Damango where he met some NPP delegates to campaign.

Nana Addo will revoke appointment of N/R DCEs if Bugri Naabu loses

Shiraz has, among other things alleged that the president has threatened to sack municipal and district chief executives in the region should Mr Bugri Naabu not be elected.

TUC raises concerns over increase in number of casual workers

The Trades Union Congress is displeased about the increasing change of the status of Ghanaian workers in the private sector from permanent staff to contract or casual workers.