Ghanaian duo Alfred Duncan and Kevin-Prince Boateng were present at the Church of San Giorgio to bid farewell to US Sassuolo Patron Giorgio Squinzi.Squinzi died in Milan on Wednesday, aged 76, after a short illness.Family and friends gathered at Church of San Giorgio to pay their respects to the renowned business mogul.In addition to the many fans present, President Carlo Rossi, CEO Giovanni Carnevali, Mr. De Zerbi and Mr. Piovani also took part in the commemoration. Also present
Mr Frank Wilson Bodza, the Programmes Manager in charge the Democratic Governance at Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiDAF), has advocated the reduction of the presidential age to promote youth participation and inclusive democratic governance.
Dela Edem, a member of the Communication team of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has descended heavily on Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia for comments made following the increment of electricity and water tariffs.
"The way this government has been ruling the economy; I can tell you for a fact that even school prefects in JHS and SHS can rule this country better than Akufo-Addo," says Dela Edem, a member of the Communication team of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Ghana progressed to the semi-final of the 2019 WAFU Cup of Nations by edging a plucky Burkina Faso side 5-4 on penalties on Friday night.Captain Shafiu Mumuni drew level for the Black Stars B in the 39th minute after going down just three minutes in the match at Thies.The match opener was scored by Ilina Teindrebeogo.There were no goals in the second half and after the final whistle, the gameWatch how the Black Stars B won the lottery of penalties:?
Defending champions Ghana through to the semi-final of the 2019 WAFU Cup of Nations after a 5-4 penalty shootout victory over Burkina Faso on Friday night in Thiès.Both teams were tied at 1-1 after regulation time and needed spot-kicks to separate the two sides who were meeting each other for the second time in two months.The Stallions were first to get on the scoreboard as early as the 3rd minute through Ilina Teindrebeogo.But captain Mumuni Shafiu leveled things up for the Black
Ghana duo Bernard Tekpetey and Nana Ampomah were handed their first league starts for Fortuna Dusseldorf in the 3-1 defeat at Hertha Bertha on Friday night in the Bundesliga.Ampomah, who played his first match last week and excelled against Freiburg, was named in the starting XI by coach Friedhelm Funkel.But the winger could not fully impress and was replaced by Erik Thommy.Tekpetey lasted the entire duration of the match and picked up a yellow card in the 88th minute.
CAF President Ahmad Ahmad has made an impassioned appeal for industry to use football in Africa as the major vehicle to foster development, insisting it is the main tool that rallies the people on the continent. The leader of Africa's football governing body delivered the powerful message on Friday evening when addressing some 450 African and European leaders at a business summit held in the French city of Nice.Ahmad made the appeal when delivering the closing address at the
By Christabel Addo, GNAAccra, Oct.04, GNA - Mr Kwaku Agyeman-Manu, the Minister of Health, on Friday inaugurated the National Steering Committee and a Technical Working Group to facilitate effective implementation of the Health Technology Assessment (HTA) to inform decisions
By Dennis Peprah, GNAAccra, Oct. 04, GNA – Mrs Freda Prempeh, the Deputy Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, on Friday said Ghana cannot achieve the Sustainable Development Goal Four without appreciating and recognising the contributions of teachers.
By Albert Futukpor, GNATamale, Oct 04, GNA - Five Assemblies in the Northern Region have lauded the Youth Parliament project for helping them to know what their residents needs are, which informed initiatives and policies to addressing them.
By Team, GNATamale, Oct 04, GNA - The mass registration of citizens for the Ghana Card, scheduled to begin today, October 04, in the Northern, North East and Savannah Regions could not happen at most centres.
The senior military officer, Colonel Samuel Kojo Gameli, who is being held together with others for allegedly plotting to destabilise Ghana, has expressed disgust at the manner he has been handled by the State so far. According the officer, he has since his arrest on September 23 “been treated like a common criminal” and not …
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