Day: February 2, 2020

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Mahama sets social media ablaze after Airbus bribery claims

Ghanaians on social media have taken former president John Mahama to the cleaners after Europe’s largest aerospace multinational, Airbus admitted that it paid huge bribes in order to secure contracts in a number of countries, Ghana, included under the erstwhile Mills-Mahama administration. The multinational company was fined £3 billion as penalties after a High Court […]

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Nominations For 2020 VGMA Closed

Nominations for this year’s edition of the annual Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) which opened on January 1 closed today, January 31, according to the organizers. By this announcement, Charter House, the organizers of the awards scheme will not be acknowledging any new entries for consideration for the awards. In a social media post the […]

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Policewoman, 3 Kids Killed In Gas Explosion Go Home Today

A burial service is being held this morning for the policewoman, Inspector Kate Abban, who died together with her three kids in a fire outbreak. The fire outbreak resulted from gas explosion in January 2020. The late police officer, DGN Online understands, had returned from church to prepare food for her family on Sunday, January […]

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Jubilee Goes Solar!

The entire Jubilee House — the seat of government — is expected to be powered with solar energy by the end of June 2020 if arrangements go according to plan. It follows the installation of a 912-kilowatt solar panel at the Presidency which commenced yesterday. The Minister of Energy, John Peter Amewu, made the disclosure […]

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Benin boxer John Amuzu collapses in fight against Wasiru Mohammed

Ghana’ WBO Global Super Bantamweight champion Wasiru Mohammed put up another splendid performance at the Bukom Boxing Arena on Friday night when he outclassed and out-punched Benin’s John Amuzu before sending him to the canvass in the fourth round to retain his title. Immediately after the fight, his corner-men called on Emmanuel Navarrette for a […]

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Airbus confesses paying bribes to Ghana during Mills-Mahama administrations

Airbus, Europe’s largest aerospace multinational, has admitted paying huge bribes in order to secure contracts in Ghana, under the erstwhile Mills-Mahama administration. Airbus was found guilty by a High Court in London and is to pay a fine of 3 billion pounds (£3bn) as penalties. Anti-corruption investigators, according to The Guardian Report, have described the […]

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Akua Donkor backs Jean Mensa on new voters register

Founder of the Ghana Freedom Party (GFP), Akua Donkor has waded into the controversy of the compilation of a new register for the 2020 elections. She said the Chair of the Electoral Commission (EC), Jean Mensa should simply be allowed to do her job. Speaking to Kumasi-based Akoma FM on Saturday, February 1, Akua Donkor […]

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NPP announced new voter register date first – Kofi Adams alleges

A former National Organiser of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Kofi Adams, is alleging that the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) is behind the move by the Electoral Commission, Ghana (EC) to compile a new voters’ register. He claims the NPP are in bed with the EC and that must come as a worry to […]

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Highlife musician Kofi B is dead

Ghanaian Highlife musician, Kofi B, has passed away. According to sources, the artiste died during the early hours of Sunday, February 2 Preliminary reports indicate that the ace highlife artiste had not been well for some time now. Kofi B, born Kofi Boakye Yiadom, was known for hit songs such as Mmbrowa, Bantama Kofi Boakye, […]

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Mahama sets social media ablaze after Airbus bribery claims

Ghanaians on social media have taken former president John Mahama to the cleaners after Europe’s largest aerospace multinational, Airbus admitted that it paid huge bribes in order to secure contracts in a number of countries, Ghana, included under the erstwhile Mills-Mahama administration. The multinational company was fined £3 billion as penalties after a High Court […]

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