A Language of Flowers: A Deep Dive into Womanhood by Cynthia ‘Tasha’ Osajibenedict

In a world where the complexities of life, love, and relationships can often feel overwhelming,acclaimed author Cynthia ‘Tasha’ Osajibenedict offers a fresh perspective with her new book, ALanguage of Flowers. This modern guide weaves the timeless symbolism of flowers into a richtapestry of wisdom, addressing the big questions about womanhood and sisterhood thatresonate deeply with […]

Ghanaian Bus Preacher’s Dreams Dashed: Bank Closure Threatens Children’s Education

In Ghana’s capital, Accra, a mother’s unwavering determination to secure her children’s education faces a cruel twist of fate. Mrs. Wayewaa, a visually impaired bus preacher, tirelessly saved for years to fund her children’s future. However, those dreams now hang in the balance after she lost her entire savings when Excel-United Micro Finance (EMT) LTD […]

Ghana Inches Closer to Debt Relief: Official Creditor Approval for Restructuring Plan

Ghana’s efforts to restructure its international debt have received a significant boost with the approval of its plan by the Official Creditor Committee (OCC). This approval signifies a crucial step towards a more manageable debt profile for the West African nation. Fairness for All Creditors: Key to Approval The core principle behind the OCC’s green […]

NDC Calls for Chief Justice’s Resignation Over Controversial Judge Appointments

The National Communications Officer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi, has called for the resignation of Chief Justice Gertrude Torkornoo, accusing her of acting in self-interest regarding the selection of judges for the Supreme Court. Gyamfi criticized Torkornoo’s involvement, describing it as “self-seeking” and detrimental to the country’s interests. “What she has […]

“SSNIT Refutes Claims of Rejecting $200 Million Bid for Hotel Stake Amid Controversy”

SSNIT Denies Rejecting $200 Million Bid for Hotel Stake Amid Controversy Kofi Bosompem Osafo-Maafo, Director General of the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT), has refuted claims by Freddy Blay, former National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), that SSNIT rejected a $200 million bid from his son’s company, Spartan Ives, for a […]

Controversies Shake Ghana’s Justice System Amid AG and Chief Justice Scandals

Ghana’s justice system is once again under intense scrutiny following a series of controversial events involving key judicial figures. In the midst of ongoing concerns about the Attorney General allegedly coaching a witness without the presence of the defendant’s lawyer and subsequently refusing to resign, Chief Justice Gertrude Torkornoo has added to the national outrage […]

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