Author: Nana Yaw Cobbina

The Traditional leaders of Nii Koi Tsuruman community has lifted the ban on drumming and noise making in preparation towards their Homowo festival set to occur on . According to him, the ban of drumming and noise making is a(Nmaa Dumor) and the lifting (Nmaa Faa), thus planting and harvesting of the first maize in the year by the Ga-Dangme traditional leaders precedes the festival. The chief of Nii Koi Tsuruman, Nii Koi Tsuru II, said the success of this year’s rite is unique and foreshadows signs of victory and blessings in the coming year.…

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The ban on drumming and noise-making in the Adjen Kotoku Amoah man Traditional Area has been lifted with a call for Coexistence Among the families and the people for development and progress of Adjen Kotoku community. Speaking in an exclusive interview, Nii Amoah Okromansa VII of Adjen Kotoku Amoahman has made the call after the customary rite was performed to usher him into the Amoahman shrine and to lift the ban of drumming and noise making as a prelude to the Homowo Festival celebration. He appealed to the citizens to…

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Award-winning Ghanaian rapper, Gambo, has released  unarguably Ghana’s best wedding song for the year 2022. The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Unsung Act of The Year teamed up with fellow musician Kechi to release ‘Settle’, a true wedding banger. In ‘Settle’, Gambo continued his admired tradition of showcasing and marketing the beautiful side of Ghana to the outside world. https://youtu.be/mHehA_aL2xk ‘Settle’ encourages women to bring an end to the long years of waiting and acting as ‘house helps’ before being taken to the alter for marriage. Gambo believes women do not need to be…

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Menace of child labour has been a major challenge confronting Africa as a whole. “We all have to come on board to end child labour from the system”he mentioned. The International Labour Organization (ILO) launched the first World Day Against Child Labour in 2002 as a way to highlight the plight of these children. Which been observed on 12 June, the Day is intended to serve as a catalyst for the growing worldwide movement against child labour and provides and opportunity to gain support from governments, civil society, schools, youth and women’s groups as well…

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The President of the republic of Ghana H.E. Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo has commissioned a one hundred (100) mercury-free gold processing equipment, commonly referred to as Gold Katcha, at a ceremony held at the Independence Square, in Accra. According to him, his government is optimistic in supporting the community mining in any forms. As the name suggests, it is an equipment that extracts gold from the ore without the use of mercury, which has been the practice for several decades. This equipment, I am told, also has the capacity to recover over ninety…

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At a joyous celebration of the maiden yam festival, the fetish priest and also doubled as the pentocost elder in his private life know as Moses Quao now know as Great Komfo Togbe Eglee cautioned those who condemned cultural norms and describes it as satanic ritual are all ignorance cause in every lineage there is a Gods in each and everyone family. He urged the youth to know were they’re coming from before thinking about their future. According to him, when Jesus Christ was approached by his disciple about the currency he told them…

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Registration of new members are going on smoothly in many places, while others are selfishly behaving like there is no tomorrow for this party. Let me announce to such people that there are consequences to all these. If you are reported and suspended, you can not be part of the process, and when the disciplinary committee finds you guilty, sorry, you can’t contest. There is a reason why we are spending a much longer time on the branches, it is to make sure we get the basic unit of the party right. We are interested more in who becomes the…

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The Anidaso Parkinson’s Disease Foundation  (APDF) in partnership with Parkinson’s Africa (PA) has launched an awareness campaign on the Parkinson’s Disease (PD) in Accra. The three-day campaign, which will commence from June 1 to June 3, 2022 is in collaboration with Colonel Guy Deacon, a retired British colonel, CBE, who was diagnosed with the disease for the past 11 years.PD is the second most common neurological disorder in the world, and it is currently the fastest growing, with cases across Africa expected to rise dramatically in the coming years. On April 11, 2022 (known globally as…

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Marginalized groups in Ghana and the rest of Africa have been entreated to seek more legal education about their rights, freedoms and obligations under the law to enable them enjoy their basic human rights provided by the various national constitutions. The Coalition for Sovereignty, Integrity and Justice (CSIJ), and the Rastafari community in Ghana gave the advice in a joint statement to mark the first anniversary of victory in the court case between the two Rastafari youth and Achimota School in Accra, Ghana’s capital. It will be recalled that on…

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The Founder and the General Overseer of the Lord’s Parliament Chapel International Apostle Francis Amoako-Atta has cautioned that the Christians, Muslims and Traditional Rulers must emulate coexistence to help the country fighting the menace of terrorists attacks. According to him, there are three pillars that makes a leader, and they’re Peace, Provisions and Protection. He noted that the economic crisis in Ghana now government cannot fight it alone need for the churches to work closely with government to help calm down the situation. The most scaring part is when this terrorists employ our own youth in…

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The NPP is gradually producing people who see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil to lead this nation. It is not just an admission of their failures, but a tool to scam the people of Ghana. They don’t want to stand up to anything. Bawumia never spoke on E-levy, the momo tax he promised the people of Ghana that it will never be taxed. A wise man would have brought the nation up to speed with the realities of day, but certainly not NPP. Alan kyeremateng, who is planning to resign early next year to focus on…

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Network For Assin Development Supports Assin Dwenakyi School Information gathered indicates that approximately basic 18 Schools in Assin North Municipality in the Central Region are currently facing infrastructure challenges; which is making teaching and learning unattractive.  About 60% of these schools are studying under deplorable conditions. As part of efforts to help salvage the situation, the Network for Assin Development, a non-governmental organization has taken a giant move by donating 80 dual desks and educational materials,  to Dwenakyi DA Primary School in the Assin North Municipality. Presenting the items, the Executive Director…

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