Social Media: We’ve crossed the line – Consultant

Social media users in Ghana have been advised to adopt safety measures to protect the content they put up on social media. A social media consultant, Naa Oyoo Kumodzi criticized the practice where photos of...

UE/R: Muslims pray in kiosks amid Eid al-Fitr heavy downpour

For the first time from time immemorial, a heavy downpour has altered the traditional venue and the time scheduled for prayers to wrap up the abstaining month of Ramadan in the Upper East region,...

Sangy F’dn, partners renovate Autism Awareness Center

An award-winning NGO, Sangy Foundation, has together with the Assemblies of God Liberty Centre-Sunyani (AGL - Sunyani) and the Professional Christian Women’s Network (PCWN) given a face lift to the Autism Awareness Care and...

10 feared dead in fatal Winneba accident

Ten people are feared dead in a gory accident on the Winneba - Cape Coast highway in the Central region Monday night around 7:30pm. The accident occurred specifically at Okyereko in Gomoa West near Winneba. Several...

C/R : Chief orders corpse to be exhumed

Tension is mounting in the Assin Dansame township in the Assin North District of the Central region following an order by the chief of the town for a corpse to be exhumed. The chief, Nana...

Pray for me to govern with wisdom – Akufo-Addo

President Akufo-Addo has urged Muslims to pray to God for wisdom for him and members of his government, “that we may govern in accordance with His will.” The President also paid glowing tribute to the...

Be wary of destructive ideologues- Akufo-Addo to Muslims

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has urged all Ghanaian Muslims to be wary of ideologues who may pervert a beautiful religion like Islam for selfish and destructive ends. According to President Akufo-Addo, religion is a...

Ghana will be better – Akufo-Addo

President Nana Akufo-Addo has admonished Muslims to let the spirit of friendship and brotherhood during Ramadan continue to influence their relationship with all Ghanaians. He said he is hopeful “things will be better” in Ghana...