She added that when such men are down with stroke, they lose the opportunity to enjoy their wives, who become better people. "There are men who do not take care of their wives but use the resources to take care of side chicks. She went on further to say that, unlike women, men are very easy to catch when they are having extra marital affairs because they are not tactful about it. In another report, a marriage counsellor has cautioned women against giving money to their partners because it will make the men lazy. Kakyama urged men to let women consume their money so that they could continue working harder for more.
June 03, 2022 14:59 UTC
President of IMANI Africa, Franklin Cudjoe, has stated that the National Cathedral project absolves Ghanaians of two categories of debts - the spiritual and financial. "This Cathedral will wash away our debts - monetary and spiritual debts. Ablakwa published a letter alleging that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo through his Finance Minister had authorized the release of GH¢25 million for the construction of the National Cathedral. Attached to his post was a document dated March 31, 2022, signed by the Minister for Finance Ken Ofori-Atta with the title “Seed Money for the construction of the National Cathedral. “Authority is hereby granted you to release the sum of 25,000,000.00 (Twenty-Five Million Ghana Cedis) as additional seed money to the National Cathedral Secretariat for the construction of the National Cathedral for part payment of outstanding claims from RIBADE Limited,” portions of the document Ablakwa shared read.
June 03, 2022 13:50 UTC
General News of Thursday, 2 June 2022Source: www.ghanaweb.comMacky Sall, President of Senegal has arrived in Russia on an official visit upon the invitation of President Vladimir Putin. A Twitter handle dedicated to Senegal's presidency of the Africa Union, reported that Macky Sall and his delegation arrived in Sochi on evening of Thursday, June 2. "The President will meet his counterpart Vladimir Putin to convey the voice of Africa in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine: a conflict that weighs heavily on the continent’s economies. Reports indicate that President Sall will emphasise on the need to free grain stocks and fertilisers, the blockage of which particularly affects African countries. The statement also disclosed that the African Union had accepted the request from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to address a message to the African Union soon.
June 03, 2022 13:33 UTC
General News of Friday, 3 June 2022Source: www.ghanaweb.comIt was an unusual Friday morning along the GIMPA-Dzorwulu road in Accra when two cows that were fiercely engaged in a head-butting fight, blocked the road for a number of minutes. The cows: one all-white and the other black and white, for the period GhanaWeb’s lenses were there, moved between the middle of the road and the edge of the road, going about their fight. Several vehicle owners and drivers caught, in the morning traffic, ensured they were not too close to the animals, so as not to dent their cars. The spectacle made a number of passengers giggle and laugh, and while none of them went on record with GhanaWeb, a few of them casually joked about how the two cows might have been fighting over a heifer (a female cow). Watch how the two cows blocked off the road on the morning of Friday, June 3, 2022, below:Watch the latest episode of The Lowdown below:
June 03, 2022 08:41 UTC
Just about a week ago, the news went rife on the internet that Swedru-based Hiplife musician, Patapaa Amisty has parted ways with his German wife, Liha Miller. Following the emergence of the disturbing news on the internet, Patapaa granted an exclusive interview on Kastle FM to set the records straight once and for all. We don’t know what happened within these few days after negating the rumors that he has divorced his wife, Patapaa is now throwing tantrums on his Whatsapp status after seeing Liha in a pose with blogger Zionfelix. According to Patapaa, Zionfelix is the reason he doesn’t want to see his wife again. Sharing a picture of Zionfelix and his wife cruising in a car on his WhatsApp status, Patapaa captioned it as;“Is because of this guy I don’t want to see my wife again, he is the problem between me and my wife.”Zionfelix is currently in Germany ready to interview Patapaa’s wife Liha Miller.
June 02, 2022 13:25 UTC
General News of Wednesday, 1 June 2022Source: www.ghanaweb.comMP speaks on economic hardshipSpeaker questions MP’s appearanceSamuel Atta-Mills beard causes a stirThe Member of Parliament (MP) for Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abirem, Samuel Atta-Mills, has lamented the current economic hardship in the country. According to him, the economy is so hard that he is unable to afford a blade to shave his beard. His comment was after they failed to identify him when he got up to contribute to the review of the Order Paper with the Minister for Works and Housing, Francis Asenso-Boakye. Speaker Bagbin had asked, “the honourable member wearing the face mask, is that your beard?”To which Mr. Atta-Mills jokingly replied, “I don’t have money to buy a blade to shave my beard,” myjoyonline.com reports. The Speaker then responded, saying “okay, I understand your age.”
June 01, 2022 22:00 UTC
The Office of the newly elected Ashanti Regional Chairman of NPP, Mr. Bernard Antwi Boasiako popular known as Chairman Wontumi has debunked claims that je spent over GHC1 trillion in winning the election. He stated that it is never true that Wontumi spent such amount of money before winning the election. We wish to put on record that, Chairman Wontumi NEVER spent such amount of money to win the Regional Chairmanship contest. Just like all other aspirants, Chairman Wontumi provided means of transportation to delegates and that can NEVER amount to over ¢1 trillion. Mr. Duncan Opoku Boateng is one of the harding working team members for Chairman Wontumi but not the special Aide.
June 01, 2022 19:55 UTC
“However, in this case, the Service is of the view that the nature and character of the demonstration as intended, is inconsistent with the Public Order Act. Notification of special event(1) A person who desires to hold a special event in a public place shall notify the police of thatintention not less than five days before the date of the special event. (7) The Justice or chairman may make an order that the Justice or the chairman considers to bereasonably required in the interest of public defence, public order, public safety, public health, therunning of essential services or to prevent a violation of the rights and freedoms of any other persons.2. (2) A person taking part in a special event shall obey the directions of police officers safeguarding theproper movement of any other persons and vehicles and generally maintain order. (3) A person taking part in a special event shall act in a manner that avoids causing obstruction of traffic, confusion or disorder.
June 01, 2022 14:53 UTC
According to Otoo, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), George Akuffo Dampare, attacked Harriet Thompson, in a letter he wrote because he did not understand the comment the British envoy made in a tweet she shared about Barker-Vormawor arrest. “@GhPoliceService looks like your IGP failed English, yet wants to play English with the BHC. All the pages you wrote because you lacked understanding,” portions of the tweet shared by the journalist on May 31, 2022 read. Responding to the High Commissioner’s statement, Inspector General of Police (IGP) George Akufo Dampare, in a letter to the diplomat, said her tweet was made from a prejudiced or unapprised position. “Ordinarily, the Ghana Police Service would not have responded to comments such as yours, obviously made from either a biased or uninformed position.
June 01, 2022 13:35 UTC
General News of Tuesday, 31 May 2022Source: www.ghanaweb.comAn aide to former President John Dramani Mahama has chided Ghana's police chief for a strongly-worded letter directed an an international diplomat. Joyce Bawah Mogtari, described the IGP's letter as an international faux pas of humongous proportions in commenting on a post by Prof Stephen Kwaku Asare, alias Kwaku Azar. "If Jon Benjamin is free to talk about Ghanafuo then Harriet Thompson too must be free to do the same. An international faux pas of humongous proportions…"Dampare dominates news with letter to UK envoyInspector General of Police George Akuffo-Dampare has been in the news for the better part of Tuesday, May 31, 2022, after a four-paged letter signed by him was published by the Ghana Police Service. A four-paged letter from the Inspector General of Police, COP Dr. George Akuffo-Addo Dampare to the British High Commissioner has sparked conversation on various platforms since its realease.
June 01, 2022 09:52 UTC
But the letter from the Police, signed by Inspector General George Akuffo Dampare said she had overstepped her limits with the tweet. “It is clear from the reaction that it has not been received in the way that it was intended. A four-page letter from the Inspector General of Police, COP Dr. George Akuffo-Addo Dampare to the British High Commissioner has sparked conversation on various platforms since its release. The letter dated 20th May, 2022 addressed issues raised in a tweet by Harriet Thompson, the British High Commissioner to Ghana, regarding the arrest of #FixTheCountry Movement Convener, Oliver Barker-Vormawor. Below is the full letter as released and shared by the Ghana Police Service on their Facebook page on Tuesday, May 31, 2022:
June 01, 2022 06:23 UTC
One of Ghana’s youngest millionaires, Ibrahim Mahama the artist, has described his “name-clone” Ibrahim Mahama - the engineer, as one of the most generous people he has ever met. “Interestingly enough, for the first time, we met and it was interesting. I think that he’s one of the most generous people I have ever met and we had such beautiful conversations. Being only 35-years-old, Ibrahim Mahama’s works have travelled the world over. Ibrahim Mahama now earns millions of dollars from his works which have gone global.
May 31, 2022 18:07 UTC
“For the moment, we would recommend a Ghanaian saying that might guide you in your diplomatic engagements. TWI NEWSBut in the statement, and while attempting to give explanations on why this statement by Harriet Thompson contravenes on the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, 1961, Dampare put out some 15 questions to the British High Commissioner, seeking her responses. 9 - Do you know of any instances where Ghanaian diplomats in Britain have involved themselves in your internal affairs? 10 - Is there any particular reason why of all the people arrested daily for various offences in Ghana, you are especially interested in this person's case? See the full statement below:Catch up on the latest episode of People&Places on GhanaWeb TV here:
May 31, 2022 16:00 UTC
In this GhanaWeb feature, we take a look at some personalities who are non-politicians, or not in political leadership but command as much or even more power than the regular politician. There is no doubt that he is a man whose power and authority is unmatched in this country. Chief Imam, Sheikh Osman Nuhu SharubutuWithout much of an argument, the Chief Imam, Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu, is one of Ghana’s most iconic religious leaders, whose influence has lasted for many decades. Being the first Chief Imam in Ghana, appointed in 1993 under the tenure of the late Jerry John Rawlings, Sheikh Nuhu Sharubutu, recently celebrated his 100th birthday. Togbe Afede XIVOne of the other powerful traditional authorities in Ghana is the Agbogbomefia of the Asogli State, Togbe Afede XIV.
May 31, 2022 15:51 UTC
Frank Annoh-Dompreh the Majority Chief Whip, has advised his colleague on the Minority side, Alhaji Mohammed-Mubarak Muntaka to be measured in his criticism of the government in relation to the release of funds for Parliamentary business. Speaker Alban Bagbin, on Friday, May 27, stated that Parliament does not have the wherewithal to fund some of its operations. He attributed the development to the delay by the Ministry of Finance to release the needed funds to Parliament. Addressing Annoh-Dompreh's rebuttal, Muntaka explained that the GH₵25 million allocation for goods and services for Parliament was to clear arrears and that Parliament has not received funds this year apart from salaries. The Member of Parliament for Nsawam-Adoagyiri added that the delay in the release of funds and salaries is due to administrative reasons.
May 31, 2022 15:24 UTC