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  • 1 month Kill me if I can’t cure COVID-19- Herbalist throws challenge to GHS Adom
    A Sefwi Essam-based herbalist in the Western North region, Mallam Musah Nipahiamoa, has thrown a challenge to the Ministry of Health and Ghana Health Service (GHS) to kill him if his herbal medicine doesn’t cure coronavirus Mallam Nipahiamoa, who is a herbal medicine expert in virus, bacteria and fungi, has appealed to the authorities to […] ... more
  • 1 month Inmate who robbed, raped 11 women re-arrested Adom
    A 24-year-old inmate, Abdulai Karim, who escaped from police cells in Sunyani has been re-arrested. Abdulai was alleged to have robbed and raped eleven women at different locations, leading to his arrest on February 23. He was charged and confined to Police cells at Sunyani in the Bono East Region only for him to escape […] ... more
  • 1 month None of our field staff tested positive for coronavirus in Eastern Region – NIA Adom
    The National Identification Authority (NIA) has debunked rumours on social media that three of its officials have tested positive for Covid-19 in the Eastern Region. Francis Palmdeti, the Authority’s Head of Corporate Affairs in a statement Monday said the news is not authentic and must be treated with the contempt it deserves. “The fake news […] ... more
  • 1 month NIA dispels rumour about its staff testing positive for Covid-19 in Eastern Region Adom
    The National Identification Authority (NIA) has debunked rumours on social media that three of its officials have tested positive for Covid-19 in the Eastern Region. Francis Palmdeti, the Authority’s Head of Corporate Affairs in a statement Monday said the news is not authentic and must be treated with the contempt it deserves. “The fake news […] ... more
  • 1 month Chinese province responds to discrimination claims on Africans Adom
    Tensions are running high in the Chinese city of Guangzhou over coronavirus rumours. According to community leaders hundreds of Africans remain unable to go home after being evicted from their homes and hotels over fears the coronavirus was spreading in African communities. The Guangdong provincial government has responded to concerns of discrimination by calling China […] ... more
  • 1 month Togbe Afede regrets clash between police and Ga traditionalists over coronavirus ritual Adom
    President of the National House of Chiefs, Togbe Afede XIV, has lamented over the clash between the police and a group of Ga traditionalists, who had gone to the beach to perform a ritual to ward off the Covid-19 pandemic in the country. The Paramount Chief of the Asogli Traditional Area, in a statement, said […] ... more
  • 1 month Covid 19: JoyPrime donates food to Kokomlemle residents Adom
    TV channel, Joy Prime, on Easter Monday, donated bags of rice to the people within the Kokomlemle environs, to put a smile on their faces. The channel did the donations through a door-to-door delivery with some of their on-air personalities. They took the opportunity to encourage people to stay home and observe all the prescribed […] ... more
  • 1 month Man who recovered from Coronavirus in Ghana shares his experience [Video] Adom
    A 51-year-old man, Mr Fred Drah, who recovered from the novel Coronavirus in Ghana has shared his experience to inspire families and patients undergoing treatment for the ailment. In an interview on TV3, Mr Drah revealed he contracted the illness from his friend who came to Ghana not long ago from one of the infected […] ... more
  • 1 month Joy Prime donates to people of Kokomlemle as part of their Covid-19 Series (Photos) Adom
    Joy Prime on Multi TV on Easter Monday donated bags of rice to the people within the Kokomlemle environs to put a smile on their faces this Easter.   This the channel did through a door-to-door delivery with some of their on-air personalities who took the opportunity to encourage them to stay at home and […] ... more
  • 1 month Check out what has happened to ‘strange’ kid discovered at Rev Obofour’s church Adom
    Recall about seven months ago, one of the church services of popular man of God, Rev Obofour of Anointed Palace Chapel in Kumasi saw one boy who was suffering from an unknown and strange health condition that had disfigured his whole being. The three-year-old kid, Solomon suffered that unknown condition right from birth. Due to […] ... more
  • 1 month Coronavirus: No NIA staff has tested positive Adom
    The National Identification Authority (NIA) has debunked rumours on social media that three of its officials have tested positive to Covid-19 in the Eastern region. ALSO READ: Coronvirus: 552 out of 566 have mild symptoms Coronavirus: Bill Gates hopes to reach 7bn people with potential vaccine Coronavirus: Govt outlines food distribution guidelines Francis Palmdeti, the […] ... more
  • 1 month Coronvirus: 552 out of 566 have mild symptoms Adom
    Majority of people who have tested positive for coronavirus in Ghana have exhibited mild symptoms. ALSO READ: DCE lashes residents for defying COVID-19 safety measures [Watch] Govt launches Covid-19 Tracker app Soldiers storm Labadi beach, sack scores of patrons [video+photos] This, according to Deputy Minister of Health designate, Dr Bernard Okoe Boye gives health workers […] ... more
  • 1 month YPN praises Akufo-Addo for interventions in dealing with COVID-19 Adom
    Young Professionals Network (YPN), a networking group that targets the young talented future workforce of Ghana, has commended President Nana Akufo-Addo for his swift approach and interventions in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic in Ghana. The group, which is made up of entrepreneurs, non-profit workers, bankers, attorneys, engineers and other professionals, believes the partial lockdown […] ... more
  • 1 month Coronavirus: Govt outlines food distribution guidelines Adom
    Government has directed all Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) to roll out plans for the distribution of food to the vulnerable in areas affected by the lockdown. ALSO READ: Soldiers storm Labadi beach, sack scores of patrons [video+photos] DCE lashes residents for defying COVID-19 safety measures [Watch] I’ve never said Akufo-Addo wears cheap clothes […] ... more
  • 1 month Police roll out lockdown challenge Adom
    The Ghana Police Service has announced plans to reward Ghanaians who will support and join the stay at home campaign over the coronavirus campaign. The security agency announced this in a tweet on Monday, April 13, 2020 as part of measures to encourage people to comply with the lockdown directives. Read other lockdown challenge stories […] ... more
  • 1 month Lockdown: Amadia Foundation presents food items to aged people living in Tema [Video+Photos] Adom
    The Chief Executive Officer of Amadia Foundation, Mrs Nana Ama Duodo, has donated items such as toiletries, bags of rice, drinks and other items to the needy residing in Tema and its environs. According to her, the kind gesture is to help in alleviating the hardship faced by majority of Ghanaians, especially aged people, in […] ... more
  • 1 month DCE lashes residents for defying COVID-19 safety measures [Watch] Adom
    The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Atwima Kwanwoma in the Ashanti region has lashed residents for defying the social distancing principle as part of measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in Ghana. The incident is believed to have taken place at a time residents gathered to pick up relief items being distributed […] ... more
  • 1 month Coronavirus: Account for relief package – NDC to govt Adom
    The Ashanti Regional branch of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is calling on the government to account for the coronavirus relief package to Ghanaians. A statement signed by Regional Communications Officer, Abass Nurudeen, said they won’t allow the government to shortchange Ghanaians in its fight against the global pandemic. READ FULL STATEMENT BELOW: THE […] ... more
  • 1 month Cecilia Marfo’s spitting into people’s mouth not a prophetic direction – Diana Asamoah Adom
    Renowned gospel musician, Evangelist Diana Asamoah, says Cecilia Marfo’s habit of spitting into people’s mouth for miracles is not a prophetic direction as she or others would want to believe. According to her, nowhere in the Bible was such an act performed. RELATED POSTS: You are spiritually bankrupt – Counselor Lutterodt slams Diana Asamoah for […] ... more
  • 1 month Coronavirus: Samira Bawumia’s message to ‘stubborn’ Ghanaians Adom
    Second Lady, Samira Bawumia, is warning of dire consequences if some Ghanaians continue to ignore safety protocols amidst the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. ALSO READ: Soldiers storm Labadi beach, sack scores of patrons [video+photos] Couple have s3x infront of Buckingham Palace amid lockdown COVID19: Study on chloroquine halted over risk of fatal heart complications […] ... more
  • 1 month Couple have s3x infront of Buckingham Palace amid lockdown Adom
    The United Kingdom is on a lockdown due to the deadly coronavirus as officials make efforts to stop the spread of the pandemic. The country is already among the hardest hit nations in Europe reporting of thousands of deaths and infections. But in the midst of all the crisis, a couple ignored all health warnings to stay […] ... more
  • 1 month Zebra gives birth to rare baby after mating with a donkey [Photos] Adom
    A zebra at the Chyulu Hills National Park in Kenya was recently found with a peculiar-looking foal by her side. It had stripes, but they weren’t dark and barely covered her body. When caregivers at the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, an animal rescue and rehabilitation organization, examined the foal up close, they were excited to discover […] ... more
  • 1 month Coronavirus: Tourists forced to write ‘I am so sorry’ 500 times over lockdown breach [photos] Adom
    Some 10 foreigners, who broke a coronavirus lockdown in an Indian town made famous by the Beatles, were forced to repent by writing “I am so sorry” — 500 times, officials said Sunday. The nationwide lockdown was imposed near the end of March, with residents permitted to leave their homes only for essential services such […] ... more
  • 1 month Jackie Appiah puts her plush sitting room on display (Video) Adom
    Ghanaian screen goddess, Jackie Appiah, has shared a video of her gold-themed living room on social media to the admiration of her fans. She is undoubtedly one of the richest celebrated actresses in the country, hardly do you come across her flaunting her riches. But in the video, she could be seen standing in the […] ... more
  • 1 month Soldiers storm Labadi beach, sack scores of patrons [video+photos] Adom
    Over 20 people have been sent back home by security personnel Monday morning when they arrived at the Labadi beach also known as the La Beach Resort in Accra. According to the security men, they had to apply force because some of them refused to go back home. The police say they will be there […] ... more
  • 1 month Lockdown defiance: Security forces raid Central Tongu market Adom
    Traders at the Mafi Kumasi markets have defied orders of the closure of two major markets in the Central Tongu District of the Volta region. The assembly had ordered the closure of the markets following the disregard of the social distancing protocol put in by the assembly. NDC stalwart loses relative to coronavirus Bishop Obinim’s […] ... more
  • 1 month Lockdown dairies: Girl ,15, commits suicide Adom
    A teenage girl in California killed herself after she reportedly struggled to cope with the state’s stay-at-home orders amid the coronavirus outbreak.  ALSO READ: Woman loses her entire family to coronavirus Covid-19: 9 cases in Volta Region imported – Minister reveals Diddy dances with Tiwa Savage live on Instagram; talks about visiting Africa [Watch] Jo’Vianni […] ... more
  • 1 month Drinking spot operator stabs customer to death at Wasipe Adom
    A drinking spot operator, Isaac Ofosu, 29, has allegedly stabbed his customer to death in Wasipe, a community in Bole district of the Savannah region. The victim, 25-year-old Kofi Gachewa, met his death over a misunderstanding that ensued between himself and the bartender. According to police in Bole, the suspect stabbed the victim with a […] ... more
  • 1 month COVID-19: Why Volta regional Minister fears more cases can be recorded Adom
    The Volta Regional Minister, Dr Archibald Letsa, believes the region may record more coronavirus cases if residents do not change their attitude towards the restrictive and safety measures. According to him, some residents do not even believe the disease is real. Dr Letsa’s comment follows the region’s confirmation of nine coronavirus cases; six in Aflao, […] ... more
  • 1 month Coronavirus’ genetic makeup traced back to US funded experiments on bats in Wuhan laboratories Adom
    Scientists have sequenced the COVID-19 genome and traced it back to bats found in caves in China’s Yunnan community. Bats from Yunnan were, however, used for coronavirus experiment at a Chinese laboratory which is now coming under scrutiny. And the lab at the center of scrutiny over a potential coronavirus leak has been using U.S. government money to […] ... more
  • 1 month Domestic violence cases surge in Africa amid Covid-19 lockdown Adom
    Some African countries are reporting of an increase in domestic violence cases during a period of lockdown to deal with coronavirus. With couples forced to stay indoor with partners without going out, many –women and men are falling victim to abuses. In Kenya, the Human Rights Watch reported of a 16-year-old Kenyan, who was held captive by […] ... more
  • 1 month Africans react to Melinda Gates’ ‘I see dead bodies in the streets of Africa’ comment Adom
    Africans have expressed outrage at comments made by Co-Chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates, Melinda Gates. The wife of the world billionaire, Bill Gates, in an interview with CNN, expressed worry over the continent’s inability to handle the COVID-19 pandemic should the disease reach its peak on the continent as has been the case […] ... more
  • 1 month Covid-19: Persons arrested for holding party, church service in Volta region [listen] Adom
    Over 40 people have been arrested in Dzodze in the Volta region for holding a party at a swimming pool. Volta Regional Minister, Dr Archibald Letsa, who disclosed this on Adom FM’s morning show Dwaso Nsem, Monday, said the people were arrested at a popular guest house in the area. He said the suspects were […] ... more
  • 1 month Covid-19: Melinda Gates says ‘dead bodies’ will be on streets in Africa [video] Adom
    Melinda Gates, wife of world billionaire Bill Gates, has claimed that developing countries including those in Africa would be badly hit by the deadly coronavirus pandemic. She told American news channel CNN that the African continent is set to suffer great consequences if the pandemic reaches a peak there in similar ways like in Europe, America and Asia. Melinda […] ... more
  • 1 month Chad president joins frontline combat to fight Boko Haram [Photos] Adom
    Chadian President, Idriss Deby Itno, joined the country’s soldiers in the frontline of the fight against Boko Haram terrorists in the country. Deby appeared in military fatigue last week as he led an operation to decimate the terrorists from Chadian territory. The operation codenamed ‘Operation Wrath of Bomo,’ came after terrorists dealt the heaviest blow […] ... more
  • 1 month COVID-19: VRA to close down Akosombo market to prevent spread Adom
    The Volta River Authority (VRA) is expected to close down the Akosombo and New Combine markets. A letter dated April 11, 2020 and signed by Akosombo Management Committee Manager, Vivian J. Yebuah gave the directive. “We wish to advise that the Akosombo and New Combine markets be closed effective 1:00 am Monday, 13th April, 2020 […] ... more
  • 1 month Covid-19: Hot meals costing GHC2m per day – NADMO reveals Adom
    Government is spending GHC2 million on the hot meals being provided for Ghanaians in the lockdown areas in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic in Ghana, National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO) has revealed. According to the Communications Director of NADMO, George Ayisi, each pack of food costs the State GHC5. Over 400,000 people are being […] ... more
  • 1 month Police arrest 29 in Mosque Adom
    The Accra Regional Police Command today arrested 29 persons in a mosque at Nyamekye Darkuman in Accra for breaching the social distancing protocol. According to the Command’s spokeswoman, Efia Tenge, the suspects said they had assembled for an Islamic marriage activity but were overwhelmed by the number of persons who turned up. ALSO: Coronavirus pandemic […] ... more
  • 1 month Stay away from all beaches – Police warn Adom
    The Ghana Police Service on Sunday warned henceforth any person found at any beach in Ghana will be arrested as part of measures to curtail the spread of the novel coronavirus. A statement signed by Superintendent of Police Sheilla Kessie Abayie-Buckman, Director of Public Affairs, explained: “In accordance with the Imposition of Restrictions Act, 2020 […] ... more
  • 1 month Coronavirus: Western, Volta regions record cases, total now 566 Adom
    The Western and Volta regions have become the latest regionS to confirm a case of COVID-19 in Ghana, the Ghana Health Service has confirmed. ALSO READ: Lockdown dairies: Fake journalist nabbed Coronavirus: Tema confirms two new cases Coronavirus: John Mahama writes on Day 14 of lockdown This brings the number of regions with recorded cases […] ... more
  • 1 month Coronavirus: Tema confirms two new cases Adom
    The Tema Metropolis has confirmed two new COVID-19 cases bringing to four the total number of cases seen in the harbour cum industrial city. ALSO READ: Coronavirus: Akufo-Addo extends ban on public gatherings to two weeks Lockdown dairies: Pastor, 4 others arrested at Lapaz Lockdown dairies: Fake journalist nabbed The Metropolis initially confirmed two cases […] ... more
  • 1 month Lockdown dairies: Pastor, 4 others arrested at Lapaz Adom
    A pastor of the Christ Apostolic Church at Abeka Lapaz in Accra has been arrested for defying the Presidential directive on public gathering. ALSO READ: Coronavirus: Pope calls for global solidarity in Easter message Lockdown dairies: Fake journalist nabbed Coronavirus: Akufo-Addo extends ban on public gatherings to two weeks Police personnel of the Tesano police […] ... more
  • 1 month Coronavirus: CWSA issues strict guidelines on free water provision Adom
    Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA) has directed all its regional directors and Water System Management staff to adhere strictly to presidential directive on provision of free water. Chief Executive, Ing. Worlanyo Kwadjo Siabi said the staff are to ensure implementation of the directive in the CWSA managed stand pipes in small towns. “All staff […] ... more
  • 1 month Lockdown dairies: Fake journalist nabbed Adom
    A man posing as a journalist of Accra-based Onua FM, owned by Media General Ghana Limited has been arrested. ALSO READ: Coronavirus: Akufo-Addo extends ban on public gatherings to two weeks Ghana records 8th coronavirus death Coronavirus: Pope calls for global solidarity in Easter message The suspect, Frank Basowa was nabbed after he failed to […] ... more
  • 1 month NaCCA boss applauds UG scientists; challenges other institutions to increase research into public health Adom
    The Executive Secretary of the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment has described as encouraging the news that scientists from the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research and the West African Centre for Cell Biology of Infectious Pathogens (WACCBIP) have successfully sequenced the genome responsible for the Covid-19 global pandemic. Dr Prince Hamid Armah who […] ... more
  • 1 month Coronavirus: Akufo-Addo extends ban on public gatherings to two weeks Adom
    President Nana Akufo-Addo has extended the ban on social gatherings in Accra, Tema, Kasoa and Greater Kumasi by two more weeks effective Monday, April 13, 2020. ALSO READ: Coronavirus: Three pastors sue govt Coronavirus: 3 more people test positive in Upper East Region Coronavirus: Check out Queen Elizabeth’s prophecy This is part of measures to […] ... more
  • 1 month READ: Why Bawumia thinks Ghana’s scientists are the best Adom
    Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has commended Ghanaian scientists working around the clock to fight the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. ALSO READ: Coronavirus: Ghana scientists obtain critical information for easy contact tracing Video: Why an old pauper is ‘smiling to her grave’ Coronavirus: Three pastors sue govt This comes after scientists, who work at the Noguchi […] ... more
  • 1 month Video: Why an old pauper is ‘smiling to her grave’ Adom
    An old woman in a deprived community of Saanbona in the North East Region life-long ambition was to sleep on a mattress said she can now ‘smile’ to her grave. Yaaya Kwanjit is a visually-impaired old lady is thankful the long wait for her wish has finally come true. ALSO READ: Coronavirus: 3 more people […] ... more
  • 1 month NCCE mounts coronavirus public education in Ashanti Region Adom
    The Ashanti Regional Directorate of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has mounted COVID-19 Public Education Campaign to ensure the public adhere to the preventive protocols. The NCCE COVID-19 Public Education Campaign is being undertaken with the Church of Pentecost, which has provided mobile cinema van to sensitise people within the Region. Mr Wilson […] ... more
  • 2 months Ghanaian nurse dies of Covid-19 [Video] Adom
    Freda Ocran, a Ghanaian nurse who worked as the former head nurse at New York City’s Jacobi Medical Centre has died of the Covid-19. Mrs Ocran is reported to have died on March 28, 2020. She was 50. Her son said she “gave herself undoubtedly to the church, to her work and to her kids.” […] ... more
  • 2 months Walewale residents under self-quarantine after possible contact with Covid-19 victim Adom
    Health authorities in Walewale in the West Mamprusi Municipal Assembly of North East Region have asked residents within a community where a Covid-19 patient died earlier this week, to self-quarantine after coming into contact with an infected remains. Results of the test conducted on the 21-year-old deceased, who had no travel history, came out positive […] ... more
  • 2 months Bizarre: Lady allegedly kills hubby for breaking blood covenant [audio] Adom
    A 30-year-old woman has allegedly killed her husband for breaking their blood covenant. ALSO READ: Coronavirus: Papa Owusu Ankomah tests positive Woman reveals what makes her reach orgasm COVID-19: Hospital, funeral players cry over congested morgue The suspect, Adwoa Duku, allegedly committed the heinous crime after suspecting her husband, Kojo Nyarko, 37, of cheating on […] ... more
  • 2 months Ghana loses renowned doctor to Coronavirus Adom
    Professor Jacob Plange-Rhule, the Rector of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, in the early hours of Friday succumbed to complications from COVID-19, at the University of Ghana Medical Centre, where he had been on a short admission. Dr Justice Yankson, the General Secretary of the Ghana Medical Association (GMA), confirming the news of his […] ... more
  • 2 months COVID-19 Trust Fund: More money in coffers as Amponsah Effah Pharmaceuticals, others donate Adom
    As the Board of Trustees for the COVID-19 National Trust Fund officially begin their work today after their swearing-in yesterday, more companies and groups including Amponsah Effah Pharmaceutical LTD have donated to the fund. The donations were done at the office of the COVID-19 National Trust Fund at the Jubilee House enclave; and the list […] ... more
  • 2 months Coronavirus: Papa Owusu Ankomah tests positive Adom
    Ghana’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland, Papa Owusu Ankomah, has tested positive to coronavirus. Joy News’ Baaba Tandoh confirmed this on Pulse Friday. The Head of Ghana’s Mission in the UK and Ireland since June 2017, is currently at the Intensive Care Unit of one of the Royal Hospitals, where he […] ... more
  • 2 months Coronavirus: Obinim commits GH₵2 billion to needy church members [audio] Adom
    Members of International Godsway Church will be smiling to the bank after their man of God says he has committed GH₵2 billion to support the needy during the coronavirus pandemic. ALSO READ: Woman reveals what makes her reach orgasm Coronavirus: CSIR assists with testing of cases Viral photos of Coronavirus tattoos hit social media Bishop […] ... more
  • 2 months Rector of College of Physicians and Surgeons dead Adom
    Prof. Jacob Plange-Rhule, Rector of College of Physicians of Physicians and Surgeons, has died. ALSO READ: Coronavirus: License of popular TV station in Zambian revoked! Covid-19: Rawlings’ special Easter message Coronavirus likely to force Ghana’s economy into recession – Prof Quartey He died Friday morning at the University of Ghana Medical Centre, in Accra, where […] ... more
  • 2 months Coronavirus: CSIR assists with testing of cases Adom
    The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, CSIR, is assisting with the testing of COVID-19 cases. ALSO READ: Shatta Wale gives out GH¢ 200 to 50 fans amid Coronavirus lockdown [Video] READ: Why Ghana’s coronavirus cases have shot up to 378 Joe Mettle opens up on marrying Berla Mundi While the Biomedical and Public Health […] ... more
  • 2 months Mother, two children burnt to death [photos+audio] Adom
    A mother, her one-year-old and eight months old children, have been burnt to death at New Takoradi in the Western region. Reports indicate the incident happened during a fire outbreak while she was bathing the children. According to the Deputy National Disaster Management Organisation Director of Sekondi Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly, David Owusu Nuamah, the incident occurred […] ... more
  • 2 months Rebecca Foundation presents relief boxes to Greater Kumasi Adom
    The Rebecca Foundation today presented two thousand boxes of relief items to the Mayor of Kumasi for distribution to the needy in areas affected by the partial lockdown, to curb the spread of Covid-19 in the country. The 2,000 boxes, which contained rice, cooking oil, milo, sugar, milk ,canned tomatoes and canned fish among others […] ... more
  • 2 months Zongo chief pledges food, relief items to subjects in lockdown Adom
    Chief of the Zongo Communities in Ashanti region, Sultan Umar Farouk, has pledged to support his subjects with food and other relief items until the lockdown is over. His decision comes at the back of government’s announcement of the lockdown extension on Thursday evening. For a start, about 1,500 families have received food and other […] ... more
  • 2 months Covid-19: US Embassy registers citizens to evacuate them out of Ghana Adom
    The United States Ambassador to Ghana, Stephanie S. Sullivan, has asked lawful or permanent United States (US) residents interested in potential Embassy-organised flight to register. Making the announcement on the US Embassy in Ghana Instagram page, the Ambassador said those who have not already enrolled on the Smart Traveler Enrollment Programme (STEP) should complete an […] ... more
  • 2 months COVID-19: Sweden refuses to lockdown, believes in its citizens to do the right thing Adom
    Much of Europe is still on coronavirus lockdown, with severe restrictions on movement and penalties for those who transgress. But not Sweden. Restaurants and bars are open in the Nordic country, playgrounds and schools too, and the government is relying on voluntary action to stem the spread of Covid-19. It’s a controversial approach, and one that’s […] ... more
  • 2 months Lockdown: I feed on food prepared for the vulnerable – Gender Minister Adom
    Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Cynthia Morrison, has revealed she has been feeding on food meant for the vulnerable in the areas under lockdown. Explaining her reason in an interview with TV3, she said it was to ensure the poor in the lockdown areas were being fed with good food. “My team and […] ... more
  • 2 months Oil producers agree to cut production by a tenth Adom
    Opec producers and allies have agreed to cut output by around 10% to counter the slump in demand caused by coronavirus lockdowns. The group said it would cut output in May and June by 10 million barrels to help prop up prices. The cuts will then be eased gradually until April 2022. Opec+, made up […] ... more
  • 2 months COVID-19: Hospital, funeral players cry over congested morgue Adom
    Authorities of the Bono Regional Hospital in Sunyani say the morgue in the facility is full and they are unable to take any more bodies. According to them, this is due to President Nana Akufo-Addo’s ban on all public gatherings including funerals. The authorities at the Bono Regional Hospital are lamenting that the families whose […] ... more
  • 2 months This Easter Goodwill message from Akufo-Addo will melt your heart Adom
    Christians around the world, who celebrate Easter, the commemoration of the death of Christ Jesus, would have been meeting together in sanctuaries to celebrate their salvation, as the Christian faith demands. The story, however, has a new narrative today as the world comes together in distancing from one another due to the outbreak of COVID-19. […] ... more
  • 2 months Coronavirus: Details about those who will enjoy electricity for free Adom
    President Nana Akufo-Addo has announced plans to absorb the electricity bills of low-income consumers in the country for April, May and June. ALSO READ: Coronavirus: 65 new cases confirmed, total up to 378 Infographics: Reason for Accra, Kumasi lockdown extension Akufo-Addo extends partial lockdown by one more week [Video] “We have decided further measure of […] ... more
  • 2 months Akufo-Addo trends on twitter; this is why Adom
    The hashtag ‘Nana Addo’ is trending number one on Twitter following President Nana Akufo-Addo’s sixth national address on measures his government has taken against the spread of the novel coronavirus. Many of the comments about the President’s address have sought to praise the President for his visionary leadership. ALSO READ: Akufo-Addo extends partial lockdown by […] ... more
  • 2 months Ghanaian boy with special needs killed by van in the US Adom
    A 13-year-old Ghanaian boy has died in Georgia, USA after he was hit by a minivan in Gwinnett County. Local police say Jecolia Karikari-Prempe, a child with special needs slipped out of his home and was later hit and killed by the minivan in Loganville. Jecolia’s mother tells the police she was taking a shower […] ... more
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